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red mail Owen Smith and Mary Keenan Cruisetown
Traced my Irish Smith ancestors back as far as Owen Smith, birth unknown, who married Mary Keenan in Drakestown, Ardee, Armagh Parish, County Louth on 5 April 1768. While their daughter Peggy was born there in 1772, all of his other children: Andrew 1773, Mary 1775, James 1779, Ann 1784, Philip and Nichs 1786 and John 1789 were all born in Cruisetown Parish, District of Nobber, Diocese of Meath, County Louth. Owen himself died on 2 March 1824 in Muff, Nobber, Meath. Would like to get birth date for Owen -- and possibly names of his parents.
red mail Reily/Moore Termonfeckin, Tearmann Feichin, and Parish
I am looking for any descendants of Owen Reily of Termonfeckin area. He was a farmer in "Cnoc an Doctor" in the mid 1800's He was the father of my greatgrandmother Catherine Reilly who married John Eugene Moore in the little church at Sand Pit on August 4, 1887. He was the son of James Moore, and Mary Maguire of Belcotton
red mail Rose Brabazon M William Eccleston 16 August 1686 Termonfeckin, Tearmann Feichin, and Parish
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red mail Thomas Leech Termonfeckin, Tearmann Feichin, and Parish
Thomas Leech, b. 1825, Termonfeckin, Co. Louth son of Joseph Leech and Anne Hoey of Termonfeckin Emmigrated to US in 1847 as Thomas LEACH, married ANNE BRADY in 1865, Providence, RI, died 1882 in Providence, RI.

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