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Grandfather Naas, An Nas, and Parish
I am researching my family history my grandfather was a horse trainer I believe at the time he was at mountprospect stables married to a Mary Feeny,their son John Sean Lenane was a jockey I believe he died from a heart attack,their other son was Matthew Lenane he died in 2013 he had stables in Rathtgan and was married to a Mary also a daughter Margaret Philomena Lenane there are other children but not sure of their names any information would be much appreciated thank you.
red mail Carr/Dowling Families in Naas, and/or County Kildare Naas, An Nas, and Parish
I'm searching for any information regarding these two families. I'm specifically interested in learning who Esther "Essy" Dowling and Martin Carr's parents were. Their Children were Dennis, my 3rd ggrandfather who came to America 21 Aug 1846 and married Mary E. O'Brien in Salem, Massachusetts 14 Oct 1849. Dennis' siblings were John, James, William, Michael and Edward. Martin was buried in Nass (cemetery unknown) in 1868, and Esther's sibling may have been Peter or Charles but this is just an assumption based on Tithe Applotment books. Esther was buried in Naas in 1871, cemetery also unknown. I'd like to find out where they are buried and as stated above would like to determine who their parents were and possibly locate any family that might still be living in the area. Thanks so much for any information provided.
red mail James Clarke Wilkinson Naas, An Nas, and Parish
Sailed to Australia with a brother George in 1870's , settled in Isisford Queensland and married Sarah Murray ( nee Fitzmaurice from previous marriage) and then became publican of the Royal hotel in Eromanga Queensland . He fathered 7 children , all girls except one boy , my grandfather Silas James . He died age 46 years old on the verandah of the Royal from alcoholism , his deaf mute daughter beside him . he was married age 27 on the 27/4/1892 . I am trying to track his brother who crossed over to New South Wales joined the Redfern mail exchange in Sydney early 20th cent . The birth cert I hold registers " CURRAGH " as district of birth.
red mail Sarah Hume and Family Naas, An Nas, and Parish
I am looking for info on Sarah Hume born c1831. Her father was William Hume and she had a brother William. Sarah married Henry Kells of County Cavan, Tomreggan in 1847 at Seapatrick Down, Ireland and emigrated to New Zealand
red mail Naas Martin Connections Naas, An Nas, and Parish
I have two great aunts MARY ANNE MARTIN and BRIDGET MARTIN both born in Dublin to JOHN MARTIN & MARY KING....I want to find out if they are the same Mary Anne Martin who died in Nass in 1926 and Bridget Martin who died in Naas in 1947.
red mail Ephraim Farrell, Pawnbroker Naas, An Nas, and Parish
Hi We are researching the family of Ephraim Farrell, a pawnbroker who lived in Naas, Kildare and married in Booterstown, Dublin. We are very happy to share what we know already in the hope that we can both learn something from each other. We have since found his wife's 2nd marriage and her death, plus, her parents. We hope to hear from anyone researching this family.
red mail Michael & Catherine McGrath (nee Tracey) Naas, An Nas, and Parish
I am researching my family tree and am seeking information on my gg grandparents, Michael & Catherine McGrath (nee Tracy). They were married in Naas on 8 January 1851. The witnesses on their marriage record were James Hearns and Mary Anne Tracy. Michael was a bootmaker and they emigrated to Victoria Australia sometime between 1851 and 1861 and had 9 children - Teresa, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, Patrick, Caroline, John, Charles, Charlotte and Henry. The first four children were possibly born in Ireland. Seeking any information.
red mail Richard John O'Hara Naas, An Nas, and Parish
My Father was born on March 25, 1941 in Naas Kildare to Richard and Bride. He had 4 brothers Michael(Mo), Patrick(Biff), Joe, Noel(Pole) and 3 sisters Lily, Anne and Maureen. They lived on St. Albans Road. My Nans maiden name was Hughes and I know she had brothers and sisters and that some of my Fathers relatives still reside in Naas. Mike & Martin Hughes. Any one who may have known my father and could lead me in the right direction as to my family tree would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Deverall Naas, An Nas, and Parish
My great grandmother Jane Deverall came from Nas and married my great grandfather, John Staples, in 1872. He was at the Curragh camp 11th infantry. If this means anything to anyone please get in touch.
red mail James & Mary Murphy 1881 Naas, An Nas, and Parish
My g.g grandfather lived in Deptford St. Paul at the time of the 1818 census. The census showed children: Richard & Margaret. James is shown as having no occupation. Can anyone tell me was there any significance or connection to Ireland for the Deptford area? The same family also had strong connections in C. Kildare in Ireland.

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