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Knockrath, and Parish County Wicklow
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red mail Byrnes of Laragh Laragh, An Laithreach
I would love to hear from anyone who thinks they might have Patrick Lacey and Esther Byrne(s) of Laragh, married around 1830, on their tree. They and their children John, Winney, Biddy, Hugh, Mary Ann and Peter came to South Australia in 1854 before crossing the border to Melbourne, Victoria.
red mail FREWEN/Fraughan Trooperstown
Andrew Frewen b.c1806 of Trooperstown, Wicklow d.1866 married 1830 Ellen CULLEN b.c1808 d.1895 emmigrated to Australia 1853 with their children Mary 1831, Andrew 1834, Bridget 1836, Elizabeth 1838, Thomas 1845, Margaret 1846, Ellen 1847 and John 1849.
red mail Rochford Family Laragh, An Laithreach
John Rochford & Mary Holt had a son named Thomas Rochford who was born at Laragh around 1824. He married at Annamoa in 1848 to Ann Barry the daughter of Christopher Barry & Ann Byrne. The Barry family lived at Brockagh opposite the Rochford farm at Killalane. The Barry family were Stonemasons as well as Farmers. The Rochfords lived at Killalane or Laragh East in Glendalough - Wicklow - Ireland. This family are descended from a Jane Rochford through oral traditions came to Ireland from France in the 1780's as a Widow with her two sons - Thomas and John. She is buried in the Derrylossary Church Yard in 1792. Thomas Rochford and Ann Barry along with two of her sisters came to Australia in 1852 aboard the ship Marshall Bennett.

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