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William Crowe County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
I am searching for anything on a William or George Crowe. William was born about 1819 and his son George was born Mar 16 1847 in Mog Ireland. George died in Markdale Ontario where he and his spouse Christina Lived. I cannot find much in Ireland regarding this William and George but I know there is baptism record for George in Mog Ireland but cannot find it.
Holland/Wilkie family County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
I am researching the family of John Holland married to Mary Wilkie in County Monaghan in about 1817. Applotment Books record John and son William in the hamlet of Griggy, Donagh. John and his sons William, Joseph and Alexander together with William's wife , Elizabeth (nee Mitchell) moved to Kilmarnock, Scotland in 1846.
red mail Collins/Donnelly/Connolly County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Looking for information about Felix Collins born Monaghan around 1824 to James and Mary Ann Collins nee Donnelly. Married Alice Connolly in Monaghan around 1846.
red mail John Moore and Elizabeth McMahon County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Seeking information on John Moore and Elizabeth McMahon, married in County Monaghan, possibly Clones. They had at least one child when they left, by ship, for Saint John New Brunswick, Canada about 1840. They had several other children there. Child born in Ireland was a son, Benjamin.
Carlisle, Hall County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Am seeking information on a Hugh Carlisle who married Martha Hall in 1883
red mail James Clinton in Co. Monaghan, 1825? County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
I am looking for information on James Clinton born around 1825 in Co. Monaghan. He was married to Rebecca Conway; they seem to have left for the U.S. in 1847.
Henry Clark. County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Hi , I am looking for any information on Henry Clark born about 1795 in county Monaghan,and died in Glasgow in 1855. He was married to Catherine Drum.They Left County Monaghan ,and went to live in Glasgow.Their son Henry Clark was my gtgt grandfather,he married Jane Mullen in st Francis's chapel in the gorbals.Any information would be apprieciated. Joan.
red mail Plunkett County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Thomas Plunkett born Monaghan in 1775 c, enlisted in the Army 1803 and after serving in Malta, semi retired to NSW Australia in 1823.
Reilly County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Seeking information on Ann Reilly (or O'Reilly), born Monaghan about 1835, parents Francis and Ann Reilly. Francis born about 1784, Ann born about 1797. Ann married James Grennan in London in 1851
red mail Gartlans County Monaghan, Muineachan, MOG, County, (Province of Ulster, Ulaidh)
Looking for information on the Gartlan family who owned & operated a distillery in Carrickmacross in the late 1700s/early 1800s. James Gartlan lived in Monalty House (just outside Carrickmacross) from about 1825 (it had been previously lived in by Henry Ruxton & Normsn Steele, Bath agent) ; Gartlans continued to live there until 1930.

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