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red mail THOMAS ALFRED SMYTH Ballyhooly, An Baile Atha hUlla, and Parish
Thomas was born in Ballyhooly 25th December 1832. His father also Thomas was a landowner and young thomas worked on farm until emigrating to USA in1854 settling in Philadelphia. He became a famous general during the American Civil War and was wounded & died in Delaware in 1865 aged 32yrs. A book is now being written about him and as little is known about his life & family, any information regarding his early years, education etc,, would be appreciated. Thank you
red mail Castletownroche Gillespie Rourke family Castletownroche, Baile Chaisleain an Roistigh, and Parish
Researching the Gilespie family from Castletownroche who lived there mid 1800s and the Rourke family who they married into. Would love to hear from anyone doing the same and to swap information etc
red mail Hennessy/Magner Killavullen, Cill an Mhuilinn, Killawillin
Michael Hennessy (b1838) married Margaret Magner and had Michael, Elizabeth, Thomas, David and Bartholomew (all baptised in Killavullen parish, Co Cork). The family moved to Rhymney, South Wales, and had John (my great, grandfather), Ellen, Richard, William and Patrick.
red mail Balleyhooly Ballyhooly, An Baile Atha hUlla, and Parish
my great great great grandfather . Michael Callaghan ( D.o.B. @ 1821) married Honnora Swiney in the parish of Boherbue in the 1830's/40's, and they had three children, including my great, great grandfather William Callaghan, before leaving the county of Cork - as a young couple with 3 dependent children - during the famine of the 1840's. They settled in S.Wales UK, and added to their family. and I am interested in contacting anyone researching the same village or name.

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