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red mail O'connor/Reynolds Lisheen
James and Mary O'connor (nee Reynolds) left from Cork on the Birman in 1840 to settle in South Australia. Any information would be greatly appreciated though most especially looking into exactly where in Ireland they were from and relations who remained in Ireland. Jennifer
red mail Paradise House Ballynacally
My family was born on the Paradise House land also, at the time of Thomas Arthur, if any of you come across Patrick Cleary and Bridget Torpy's records both born 1804c could you please pass the information on to me. I would greatly appreciate it.
red mail looking for mcmahons Paradise House
my great-great grandfather Patrick McMahon was born on the Paradise House land in 1851, father was Edmund. We are looking for details of Edmund's parents, and wondered if there are records that old.
red mail McMAHON and LYNCH in Breaghva West Co Clare Breaghva
John McMAHON and Mary LYNCH married circa 1830. Their daughter Bridget, born 1837 emigrated to Australia, married Michael GORMAN and settled in the Maitland area. I suspect there were other McMAHON family members already there but haven't been able to prove it. From the Tithe Applotments I believe John's father may have been Patrick. He's at Breaghva in the 1820s. Any information gratefully received.
red mail Thomas Rice Henn Paradise House
The son of Thomas Rice Henn, the owner of Paradise House. Born Dublin 2nd November 1949. He was educated at Windermere and at the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich 1866. He joined the Royal Engineers as a Lieutenant on 7th July 1869. He served in India and Afganistan and fought in the second Anglo-Afgan war, being present at Bolan Pass and at Kandahar. He was Killed while covering the retreat at the battle of Maiwand on 27th July 1880 , aged 30. His fellow officers erected a memorial window in Rochester Cathedral.
red mail Paradise House Paradise House
Richard Henn, eldest son of Sir Richard Henn the Lord Chief Baron, settled at Paradise 1685. The property, Paradise House, passed down the Henn family till another Richard Henn and children died without issue. Then it passed from Richard's wife, Mary, to Thomas Arthur her brother. It remained in the Arthur family for about 30 years. In the mid 19c it was bought by Thomas Rice Henn who was a distant cousin of the last Henn owner. It remained in the Henn family until it was burnt down in 1970.

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