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Bridget Bergin 1826-1908 married Thomas Murphy 1815-1915 Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Thomas was born in County of Carlow. Bridget in County of Kilkenny. They had 13 children, the first John 1845-1917 was born in Aghaboe, Laois, Ireland. The others were born in Perth County, Upper Canada. I know lots about their descendants and would be pleased to share. Hoping someone can tell me more about this couple and their ancestors.
Cuffes Grange Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Trying to find family of James Nugent born c1860 Ballycallan district of Kilkenny, possibly Cuffes Grange. Married Bridget Hearne 1891 Ballycallan RC Church, Bridget fronm Knockavalla, Kilkenny. One of there offspring Mary married Michael Clancy early 19th century.
Dalton Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Trying to find any body who might have information or knowledge regarding Dennis Dalton a RC Priest, born early part of 20th century, possibly from the Kilkenny City district.
Brunton Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Looking for anybody who may know a family from Kilkenny City called BRUNTON, according to the 1911 census of Ireland they resided in James Street, Kilkenny City. Fathers name Patrick mother name Christina, several children.
red mail Johanna (Judith) Maria OSHEA/SHEA B 1838-9 Kilkenny Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Hello I have a descendant named Johanna Maria OSHEA/ SHEA. Johanna was born 1838-9 Kilkenny Ireland. Johanna was mis-transcribed as Judith on the ships list of the "Nashwauk " (which crashed and sunk just off landing in South Australia in 1855). A Mary Oshea/Shea of Kilkenny was also onboard. Both girls were sent out to Australia as Irish Servant Immigrants in 1855. Both girls had requested Sydney. By 1859 Johanna and the mounted police trooper John Bentley (who helped rescue all the Irish immigrant girls in the ship) were situated in Sydney. From Sydney Johanna and John were posted to firstly Stuart Town then Rockley then Bathurst then Hartley and they had 10 children along the way. Johanna resided in Mount Victoria and two of her sons ran two seperate farms in Little Hartley for many years. Johanna lists Michael Oshea/Shea (farmer of Kilkenny) as her father on her certificates here in Australia (mother Unknown). Johanna was 16 when she arrived in SA in 1855. She had requested Sydney so I am wondering if she may have had relatives nearby? Sandra (Wollongong NSW)
SAWYER CLARK Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Trying to track down details of Ann SAWYER born about 1827 in Ireland. Her father was Daniel SAWYER, mother unknown. She married Henry CLARK around 1846 in Kilkenny, Ireland. He was there as a soldier with the Staffordshire 64th Foot regiment and had just joined up from Holbeach. They had one child Edward Henry CLARKE who was born in Tipperary Ireland abt 1847. Henry died (cause unnkown) in Ireland in Nov 1847. Ann then married Joseph GULL on 19 Jun 1849 in Whaplode, Lincolnshire (near where her first husband was from). She is listed as a widow on their marriage certificate. She and Joseph (along with her son from her first marriage) then emigrated to Australia in 1852. I am interested in any details on the SAWYER or CLARKE side. Thanks Lis.
red mail James Mahony Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Looking for information on James MAHONY, born 17/08/1859, Goosehill, Kilkenny City. Baptised St Canice's. Parents Michael MAHONY, Margaret MORAN. 1901 census - accountant, living at 44 Upper Patrick St with father, and wife Mary. 1911 census - living at house 27, Blackmill St with wife Mary, 40, son Michael, 6 (only record I can find is for Michael James, 1907), and relative Julia BRADY, 65, single, seamstress. They had been married 11 years. Marriage records for 1900 indicate James married Mary WHYTE or STAPLETON (have yet to get a copy of the record). Any further information much appreciated.
O'Meara family Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Hi. I am trying to find any connection for a Patrick ( possibly ) William O'MEARA B. around the late 1800s early 1900s, Patrick / Ws father was also called Patrick if i have the correct one from the 1911 Census he was B. Abt.1856 but where ? The 1911 Census shows his wife as Marianne married 12 years but only 2 children which means that Patrick married again at around 43 years of age. The 1901 Census shows his wife then as Annie B. Abt 1872. Could any one out there help point me in the right direction.
red mail Kenna From Kilkenny Kilkenny, Cill Chainnigh
Kate/Catherine Kenna b C 1847 Ballyoskill Kilkenny. Parents John Kenna and Mary (Kelly) Catherine migrated to Australia from Plymouth England C 1870.
red mail Thomas Dunne & Mary Egan from Johnswell Johnswell
Looking for any information on the family of Thomas Dunne and Mary Egan who were married Dec 1, 1817. Thomas is listed as being from Carigeen. They had nine children James C, Michael John, Patrick, Thomas, John, Catherine, Mary, Richard and Laurence. James C married Ellen Croak, both from Ballasalagh, on 2 Nov. 1846 and emigrated to Newport, Vt. USA in 1848. His brother Thomas emigrated with Ellen and her daughter in 1849. According to baptism records for Thomas, John, Mary, and Catherine they lived in Kilderry and they lived in Johnswell for the remainder of the baptisms. All the children emigrated to the US at unknown dates. It is know that Mary Eagan emigrated to Canada according to a bible entry. It is unknown if Thomas emigrated. Ellen Croak was the daughter of John Croak and Bridget Coogan. She was baptized 28 Oct 1828 in St. John's Parish. We have extensive information on all these people in the US and Canada and would like to find more about the family in St. John's Parish, Kilkenny.

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