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red mail Cross William and Johanna Murphy Ballinhassig
Looking for information on either William or Johanna who were married in Ballinhassig in 1842. Would like to find information on parents or other relatives.
red mail McCusker Mahoney and McNamara in Ballincollig area Ballincollig, Baile an Chollaigh
I am looking for distant relatives that may be familiar with my great grandmother, Hannah McCusker (b 1869 in or around Ballincollig/Ovens area, Ireland) to parents, Hugh McCusker and Hannah Mahoney. Hugh McCusker's Parents were Hugh and Catherine McNamara. Hannah Mahoney's parents were Denis and Catherine. Hannah emigrated to the United States abt 1882 where she married Cornelius Collins in Cambridge, Massachusetts and lived her life in Boston area until her death in 1961. She had siblings: Hugh, Denis, Catherine, Mary, Rose, Edward, Timothy, Margaret, Agnes and Sarah. Her children were: Mary Agnes, John Joseph, Hugh Edward, Hannah Elizabeth, Margaret J, and Rose Helena. If you have any information about Hannah McCusker's or the family she left behind in Ireland, I would be very happy to hear from you. Thank you.
red mail DUGGAN Abbey View, near Cork
Looking for DUGGAN that migrated to East Tennessee(Sevier Cty) Hugh Duggan who married Margaret Dunn. They had a son who was born on a ship sailing to America.
red mail Christopher Tennant Moss and Eliza McCartney/Macartney marriage 1852 Carrigrohane
Christopher is my husband's great grandfather on his mother's side, he was killed in the Crimea in 1855, then in 1860 Eliza McCartney Moss remarried a Robert Metcalf. The children of the marriage William Tennant Moss and Marion McCartney Moss both came to Aust and married here William 1879 in NSW, and Marion in QLD in 1877. The PROBLEM is that their marriage details for Eliza give a different father (a James William McCartney) (maybe he was known as just William! than the one told us "down the line", hence the spelling, as Sir William Macartney had 5 daughters one of whom was Eliza, and he has been the accepted father of her (from The Peerage). I have a copy of a copy of a letter from a John Taylor (Sir William's valet/Manservant?) fom "Line Fort" 29 July 1867 to Mrs Metcalf (Eliza) telling her of Sir William's last few days died July 1867 at the "Glebe", how he prepared the body of Sir William for burial etc and where he was buried "in poor Mr Harry's grave" whose remains were not in the least disturbed! I have an Ancestry marriage of Chrisopher T Moss to Elizabeth Georgiana Macartney (father named once again as James William Macartney - owner of the Ancestry Tree's spelling). Can anyone shed any light on Christopher's wife and family, the wedding, his mother Eliza McCartney Moss then Metcalf? If Eliza was Sir William's daughter wouldn't there have been something printed in the paper of the time? Dale
red mail allen Abbey View, near Cork
allen family came from cork mid 18oo's. John Allen (born 1857) married Emma lanned up in deptford (south london/kent) had two boys Robert Richard Allen born 1882 and Richard Allen born 1890. Any one who has a family connection here please get intouchwe want to HEAR FROM YOU!
amberson family Ballincollig, Baile an Chollaigh
seeking information on margaret jane amberson born 1897 fathers name robert amberson she married a english soldier in ireland between 1917 and 1920 then they moved to essex in england can anyone help on the amberson family in ireland
red mail Mary Robinson Ballincollig, Baile an Chollaigh
Further to the Mary Paine entry, wife of Wiliam Lacey. The baptism records in Grosse Ile, Quebec of her eldest son William Lacey gives her maiden name as Mary Robinson. Later census gives her birth as about 1819 in Ballincollig. Her husband was in the Royal Artillery joined up 1834 and by 1840 he was in Quebec, then went to Ireland. England and then Malta. Any info on Mary Robinson would be most welcome.
red mail Barry Abbey View, near Cork
William Barry was my great grandfather born i believe in Inchigeelagh County Cork in 1835.He married a Mary Johnston/johnson in or around 1861 & their first child Michael was born there in 1862.Between 1862 & 1864 they moved to England Birkenhead Cheshire & then had four more children who's names were Patrick born 1864, William born 1867,Elizabeth born 1869 & finally Mary (Polly) born 1873. I would be really grateful for any info on this family as I have got real problems tracing them in Ireland. Many Thanks Brenda
red mail Mary Paine Ballincollig, Baile an Chollaigh
I am looking for a Mary, wife of William Lacey Royal Horse Artillery, she was born in Ballincollig about 1819 and went with William to Quebec and had 2 children in 1840 and 1842, then Woolwich and had 2 more then Dublin had 1 more and then Charlemont and had 1 her last child was Mary Paine Lacey born at sea on HMS Resistance en route 1852 from Cork to Malta where the birth was registerd. But I can find no record of her birth or marriage and do not know her maiden name but hope that Paine as a second name is a clue. Any help much appreciated.
red mail Cotter family Inishcarra
I am looking for my husband's relations. They lived in Innishcarra, Co. Cork. Their family name is Cotter and they had a son Timothy or Tim. Tim had friends named Billy Heeley, Tommy Hanley and Joe Moore. Tim lived in Willenhall, near Wolverhampton around 1945/46. Tim would have been born sometime between 1900 and 1912

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