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red mail Jeremiah Cullen of Grangecon Hill #1 Grange Con House
Jeremiah Cullen wife Catherine and daughter Mary were living here in 1848 and immigrated from here in 1852 to Quebec where they continured to Dubuque Co. IA. In Grangecon they leased from Peirce O'Mahony. I believe Jeremiah to be related to the O'Mahony in some way. Peter Cullen Tynan Mahony a genealogist was from Dublin and his family were also in Grangecon. He has passed on now so I cannot contact him. He told me I would find the connection and let him know. I didn't know it would take 25 years. Peter has an ancestor Andrew Cullen of the area also. He is about the age of my Jeremiah with in a few years. I'd like to learn more about Jeremiah's parents and possibly Catherine's. Also were there more children. Mary married Michael Gilligan and had 7 children in Dubuque. Only one married my Great Grandfather Michael V. Any info on Cullens or Mahony's welcomed tia Marilyn
red mail Lewis\Deegan\ Cardiff\ Griffin Donard, Dun Ard, and Parish
My family name is Shannon but I have traced my family tree on my dad's side to the village of Donard/Studfield/Stratford in the mid 1800's.It would be great to hear from any likely relatives and to find out what my ancesters were like.The Lewis family, Thomas and his father Robert were famers, Thomas Deegan was also a farmer. Patrick Cardiff was a labourer
red mail Surname Plant Castleruddery House
I'm looking for a James or john Plant born 1844 married ellen Hanbidge born 1843 and moved to dublin 1902. I think he came from around Castlerubbery upper or lower in Donaghmore.


 
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