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red mail Joseph McNeill
Looking for info on Joseph Mc Neill. Born about 1837 in Cootehill. Was a constable for R.I.C. 1856 1885. Married Jane Morrow 02 Aug 1876. Died 24 Feb 1886.
red mail Reilly/Murphy
Looking for details of James and Lizzie Reilly of Church Street, Cootehill, Co Cavan they married in 1909. They had three children Annie, Thomas and Susan. Annie married Henry Murphy (originally from Castleblaney, Monaghan I believe) and they had at least 9 children. Annie left the family and I am trying to find out what happened to her and where she went. She is my great grandmother. Thanks for reading.
Frank Simmons
Frank Simmons followed his brother Thomas to New Zealand about 1905. Frank never married and died in Wellington in 1950. He was cremated at the Karori Cemetary
Thomas Simmons
My Grandfather Thomas Simmons was born in Cootehill Co Cavan about 1879 and come to NZ 1900.
red mail Reilly/Brady
Rose Reilly married Owen Brady b.d.1788-1874, Cootehill area, Cavan. Their dau. Mary married Simon Cusick. Any info on the Brady and Reilly families from 1700-1800. Thank you Margaret
red mail Lendrum family
Looking for information about the family of Robert & Eliza Lendrum, from Corbeagh, outside Cootehill. They married in Cootehill on 9th December, 1864. Robert & Eliza Lendrum had 8 children :  Catherine, born in Co. Cavan on 2nd November, 1865 (she married Hugh Cochrane -- a native of Co. Cavan, and a Constable in the D.M.P. -- on 31st December, 1894, in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Rathmines ; she was living at 30 Lr. Mountpleasant Avenue, while he was stationed in the barracks in Chapelizod. He was born in 1868, in Dartry, Knockbride, Co. Cavan, was appointed to D division (reg no. 9524) in the DMP on 18th October, 1889, transferred to E division on 11th January, 1895, and to F division on 30th April, 1903 (he was promoted to Sergeant). He was pensioned on 28th February, 1913 at a rate of £51-7s-6d per annum. Catherine died in late 1900, probably giving birth to her daughter, Gertrude)  Eliza, born in Co. Cavan on 23rd January, 1867 (married Fred Sherriff)  Mary, born in Co. Cavan on 7th March, 1868 (married Fitzgerald & Beattie)  Susan, born in Co. Cavan on 10th August, 1869  Thomas, born in Corbeagh, Co. Cavan on 15th June, 1871 (He married Elizabeth Crampton, the eldest daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Crampton (Crampton family.doc), of Fortgranite, Co. Wicklow, on 28th February 1899 , in Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow. At the time of their marriage, Thomas was a carpenter living in Palmerstown, Kill, while Elizabeth was living in Fort Granite, Kiltegan. They lived in the Gate Lodge of the Earl of Mayos Palmerstown Demesne in Johnstown, Co. Kildare, where Thomas continued to work as a carpenter. Whilst living in Palmerstown, Elizabeth and Thomas had three children : Christina Elizabeth (1900), Eveline (Evelyn) (1st April, 1903), Robert (1905). Sometime between July 1905 and May 1907, they moved down to Johnstown village to a two-storey house (the former R.I.C. barracks  see RIC Barracks Johnstown - home of Lendrums.doc) beside a row of cottages, opposite the John Devoy Hotel. Behind this house Thomas Lendrum started up a sawmills. They were in Johnstown for between 12 and 15 years ; while there they had four more children -- Crampton (1907), Edith (1909), William (1913) & Gertrude (1915).  William, born in Corbeagh, Co. Cavan on 18th May, 1873 (married Mary Ann Middleton)  Margaret Anne, born in Co. Cavan on 13th May, 1876  Sarah, born in Co. Cavan on 9th November, 1878 (in mid-1908, she married Hugh Cochrane, widower of her sister, Catherine, who had died in late 1900) Robert died in late 1891 in Cootehill, Co. Cavan ; his wife, Elizabeth, died on November 27th, 1904, at 4 Upper Mount Pleasant Terrace, Ranelagh, Dublin (her widowed son-in-law, Hugh Cochrane, and family, and her daughter, Sarah, were living there).
red mail MCGAHAN
Philip MCGAHAN born 1848/50 Ireland died September 1915 in Cootehill. His father was possibly named John born approx 1824 Looking for any information on the MCGAHAN family. Info: 104 years ago: March 1904. Cootehill Ploughing Competition, Mr. Phillip McGahan, Shubliss, obtained first place, winning a drill plough. The second prize, a horse hoe, went to Mr. James Carragher, Teevnee. The ploughing match was held under the auspices of the Cootehill Agricultural District Committee. The weather was most unfavourable with snow falling throughout the entire day, yet attendance was large and much interest was taken in the various competitions. The field was kindly given for the occasion by Mr. Thomas Woods.
red mail Looking for Irish family members
I'm looking for relatives of Thomas Casey who was a police constable in the RIC and also of the Igoe family. Michael Igoe was a farmer. The families ived in COunty Cavan and Longford.
red mail donnelly family
I am looking for details of Donnelly family, mother Marianne Fitzpatrick, father William Donnelly, children, Rosie, May, Kathleen, William, John, Anniemarie (Nancy) who lived in Bridge Street,Cootehill, in the 1920's. I am the daughter of Nancy.
red mail Carolina N/r Newbliss Cootehill
Hi, I'm looking for any information on the townland of Carolina near the town of Newbliss which is a few miles from Cootehill. My Great great Grandfather William Lee and Great Great Grandmother Mary Jane McKeon were married in St John's church at Kilcrow in 1852. Five of their children were born in Carolina. Any related information would be greatly appreciated. Dave

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