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Kilmurry, Cill Mhuire, Parish, County Clare
 
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red mail McInerney/Neagle Sixmilebridge, Droichead Abhann O gCearnaigh
Looking for information on James McInerney and his wife Catherine Neagle (or Nagle) who are listed in Sixmilebridge church baptismal records as parents of James McInerney born on the 15th November 1829. Younger James (b. 1829) married Ann Molony (sp?); they had 12 children in Cloughlea, Sixmilebridge, County Clare. - Eric
red mail O'NEILL in Clare area Sixmilebridge, Droichead Abhann O gCearnaigh
Searching Henry ONEILL - no known county/townland. Possibly Clare. Six Mile Bridge rumored. Immigr. to US 1848 and marr. Anna J. KNOWLES. Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Irwin/Carroll families Sixmilebridge, Droichead Abhann O gCearnaigh
I am looking for any information on the Irwin and Carroll families of Sixmilebridge, Ballyliddane West area. They lived there from at least 1800 until 1915. Margaret Carroll was born in 1850's and married Thomas Irwin. Margaret Carroll had at least one sister Catherine Carroll and brothers Michael and Thomas Carroll who moved to NY and worked for the Erie RR. They lived in Hornell, NY. Any info would be appreciated!!
red mail O'Brien and Hourigan Sixmilebridge, Droichead Abhann O gCearnaigh
Researching O'Brien & Hourigan from around sixmilebridge area, please contact me so we can help each other with this. James


 
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