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red mail Grandparents Stradone, Sraith an Domhain
Eliza Brady and Patrick smith from Cavan had 4 children between 1870 and 1880 all boys James,Bernard,John, and Patrick , any information about this family would be much appreciated
red mail fitzpatrick Lisreagh
Looking for information on Patrick Fitzpatrick married to Bridget Smith. Living in Lisreagh in 1820's to 1860's. Son Andrew and most of his brothers moved to California in 1850's. One son, Owen remained in Lisreagh. Daughters were still living in Lisreagh in early 1900's on family farm. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Mc Evoy, James Lisreagh
James McEvoy lived in Lisreagh, Cavan when he married Catherine Donohue of Glancurran on 13 June 1892. Both fathers witnessed the marriage and their names wMcEvoyere James Donohue and James Mc Evoy. James that married Catherine appears to have been an only child. We are unable to locate his birth record or his mother's name.
red mail lavey Lavey
Henry/ Eliza baptised R.C. 21 March 1861. Parents: Daniel Henry/Matilda Agnew. Sponsors: Ross McQuillan and Biddy Agnew. Did Daniel Henry come from Draperstown and was his first wife Mary O'Kane?
red mail Colvin Lavey
Looking for decendents of Colvin or the Reilly family related to Colvin's who lived in Lavey mid 1800's. John Colvin married MaryAnn Reilly and had several children some of who went to America and others who went to Australia.


 
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