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red mail Daniel Deasy (Deasey, Deacy) Portlaw, Port Lach
I'm looking for a birth or baptism record for Daniel Deasy, who was born in Ireland in 1846 according to an unnamed "government record" that was used as a source on a family history site. His parents, Jeremiah Deasy and Mary Foley were married in Portlaw, County Waterford in 1838, so I am thinking Daniel may have been born in that area. They immigrated to the United States sometime before 1848.
red mail Phelan(Whelan) Quinn Mooncoin, Moin Choinn
Matthew Phelan b 1793 married Margaret Quinn 21 Nov 1817. Two children born in Ireland Catherine b 1 Apr 1819 and Thomas b 1824.Immigrated to Maine ab 1829. Then moved to Wisconsin. Looking for genealogy in Ireland. There are burials in cemetery in Mooncoin. Phelan was from Licketstown, Ireland. What is the name of the Catholic Church is Mooncoin? Where were the children baptized?
red mail Dermody Mooncoin, Moin Choinn
Looking for information regard's my g.g.grandfather Daniel Dermody born abt 1805,possible father Michael mother not known
red mail Corbett and Grace Turkstown
John Corbett (b. ca 1789 -1844) and Anastasia Grace (b. ca 1790-1873) lived in Turkstown near Piltown and Fidown, early 19th century. He died before Griffith's Land Valuation was taken - she with sons Dominick (1837), Patrick (abt 1829) immigrated to Taunton MA USA and appear in 1855 state census. Richard Corbett (1830) another son also immigrated and arrived in NYC 1851 and later went to San Francisco 1855 and then to Shasta Co. California as a miner in 1856. Other children or related children appear in 1860 US census with Anastasia -Ellen 1839 William 1841 Johanna 1843. Dominick went to St. Johnsbury VT where he married Mary Shea in 1867. I am descended from Dominick and Mary Corbett.
Thomas English of Mooncoin, Co. Kilkenny Mooncoin, Moin Choinn
Looking for information about Thomas English, who went to Newfoundland in the 1770's. Others in the family were John, James, Richard, and the widow of William-her first name is not given. They may have come from Mooncoin or Piltown.
Thomas English, Piltown, Kilkenny Piltown, Pilltown, Baile an Phoill
Looking for information about Thomas English, who went to Newfoundland in the 1770's. Others in the family were named John, James, Richard, and the widow of William-the widow's first name is not given. They may have been from Piltown or Mooncoin.
red mail power Portlaw, Port Lach
searching any info on Patrick (paddy)Power Family and Margaret(maggie) Maher family from George st portlaw
red mail Ellen Mackey Mooncoin, Moin Choinn
I am looking for information on Ellen Mackey, born 1831, in/near Mooncoin. She emmigrated to the U.S. sometime before 1851; she married Edward McCart(h)y in 1851 in Wisconsin. I would like information on parents and/or siblings. Thanks!
red mail John Holden born circa 1850 Tobernabrone
I am looking for any info on a John Holden who married Margaret Duggan and lived in the tobernabrone area of Kilkenny. He died around 1902 and had at least 8 children including Edmund Holden born 1897.
red mail hearnes of portlaw Portlaw, Port Lach
My ancestors were Thomas Hearne b. 1817 co.Waterford, his daughter Mary b.1845 Portlaw who had a daughter Mary Grant b.1868. (father Michael Grant.) there was also a brother, John b.1841 co. Waterford. any information about Portlaw or Hearnes in the area would be useful.

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