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red mail mckenna
Bernard Mckenna was born in Newtownhamilton circa 1877. I think he mioved to Scotland with a brother when he was about 7 years old after they were orphaned. his parents were Francis ( a farmer) and Ellen Mckenna. cant so far find any more onfo
red mail Richard and Eliza
Richard married (his cousin?) Elizabeth in NewtownHamilton 08/08/1856. His father was John Carson and her father was James Carson; both fathers were carpenters. They seemed to have moved about Monaghan, Crossmaglen and Newry as well as NewtownHamilton. This was also by Great Grandfather. Was wondering about any siblings?
red mail Barber Mcmullen
In the 1830s, Alexander Mcmullen was farming a plot at Townland Tullyvallan near to Newtownhamilton. Nearby were plots farmed by Thomas and son Adam Barber. Alexander Mcmullen had married a Sarah Barber and I believe that these groups were related. Any information about these people would be appreciated. The Mcmullen family went to the Second Newtownhamilton Presbyterian Church.
red mail Gilliland-Innes(Ennis)
Wanting any information relating to Charles Gilliland and Helen(Ellen) Innes(Ennis) who were married in Newtonhamilton in 1854. They later moved to Scotland where the name was changed to Gilliand, had 5 children, immigrated to New Zealand in 1874. The eldest child Sarah (b.1856) never came to New Zealand nay information on her would also be greatly appriciated.
red mail Philip and Catherine Farley
I'd like any available information about Philip (Phillip?) and Catherine Farley. They apparently owned an inn or grocery/hardware store in Newtownhamilton. We believe that one of their sons was John Murphy Farley, Cardinal of New York (b. 1842). The Farleys would be our great, great, great grandparents. We'd like background info on them (parents, origins, etc.) and confirmation of the Cardinal being their son. Thank you. (Dec. 13, 09)
red mail Patrick John O'hare
Patrick John O'hare son of Patrick and Catherine Tierney born 1868 migrated to USA New Jersey and we believe was an inventor of the O'hare gunsight. He died in 1939 at Maplewood NJ. He had 3 sons Marin, Francis &Charles. Ohare. His sister Teresa migrated to Melbourne Aus in 1887 on the Iberia and married Samuel Hamilton from Castleblaney, son of John Hamilton and Sarah Jane Rainey. John Hamilton migrated to NZ in 1863 and set up businesses with his five nephews, Gilmer, from Broomfield. Sarah Jane moved to Newtownhamilton and lived with her daughter Sarah and husband Alexander Burns. Her occupation was a Draper. Any information on the USA O'hares or Irish connections most welcome.
red mail Lonsdale jackson
I'm trying to discover information about Joseph Jackson & Mary Lonsdale m 1827c in Ireland,. They immigrated to Australia on the 'Heráld'arriving 15 Jul 1841. There ages were 30 & 25. There were 4 children Thomas, John, William & Jane. Joseph stayed in Ireland. On shipping they are from Altnamackan Armagh & parents were Joseph & Marth Jackson & Thomas Lonsdale & ???

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