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red mail Mount Eland Ballyragget, Beal Atha Ragad
Mount Eland is the name of the estate just outside of Ballyragget where my ancestors, the Mossom family, resided from the middle 17th century till around 1870. The Mossom's were MP's representing Kilkenny in the Irish Government prior to 1800. One of the Mossom daughters married a Montmorency and they resided there till the earl 1900's. The house and grounds were still intact when I visited in 2007.
KEEFFE/O'KEEFFE Durrow, Daru, and Parish
ANy details welcome of Margaret dau of Lawrence O'KEEFFE & Hanora/Honora nee BRYAN or Lawrence/Laurence & his wife or any other siblings please. Their dau Margaret was reputedly born Durrow c1838. TIA, Marion
red mail David Mercier of Durrow and Abbeyleix Durrow, Daru, and Parish
Looking for information on Mercier family. David Mercier had a mill in Durrow. Also a business in Abbeyleix. He lived at Erkin Lodge Durrow at time of his death in 1860s.He had at least 9 children, one son, maybe more, established business in Belfast. Were Methodist, Church of Ireland family. First wife was Catherine Dobbs of Abbeyleix, second Caroline Turpin from Dublin. (Her mother was Ann Maurice of Oakhill, Abbeyleix.)Eldest daughter, Jane, married John McMahon in Abbeyleix RC church in 1854, second daughter was probably the Emma Bailey buried in Oakvale cemetery , Stradbally.


 
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