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County Wexford, Loch Garman, WEX, (Province of Leinster, Laighin)
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red mail Pettigrew or Heldren - Wexford, Enniscorthy
Looking for information on my great-aunt, Agnes Black PETTIGREW, born at Templeshannon Quay, Enniscorthy in 1882. I believe she married a HELDREN (or Heldron??). The Pettigrew family moved on to Barntown Castle and lived there until around 1958. Any information would be much appreciated. Jennifer
red mail John James Ogle Moore
Further to my previous posting, I am now searching for information on a possible ancestor of my Moore line. His name is John James Ogle Moore; father was also John James Ogle Moore, Mother was Anna Wilhemina Casey. Wife: Susan Griffith. By the death certificate of JJO jnr, his birthplace is listed as Dublin Ireland. Would love to find out what line he is from. He died in Kew Victoria in 1906 aged 70 years.
red mail Anastasia Byrne
Looking for Anastasia Byrne. She comes from a family of 10. She was born in County Wexford, I have been trying to locate her for many years. I am just hoping someone out there can help me.
red mail William Butler.Wexford,Ireland.
I am looking for families,connected to William Butler,born 1825,Gory,Wexford.Ireland William Married Ellen Close.1857. Father of William Butler,is George bUTLER ,Mother is Ann Colburne. From Jean.
red mail Meaney, Andrew
Andrew Meaney was born in Wexford around 1829/30. His occupation has been listed as Master Mariner. Andrew migrated to Australia and on 20-05-1854 was married to Bridget Maher at St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney. Andrew and Bridget had 10+ chn. After Bridget died in 1874, he married Mary Ann Buckley. They had two children. He died in Sydney four years later on 29-10-1878 aged 49 years. Any info re his parents would be appreciated.
I have come to that famous Brick Wall and my hopes are fading in finding out anything on the Moore's of Ireland. My g/g/g/grandfather was George Ogle Moore. He was MP for Dublin city from 1826-1832. He was born in Wexford Ireland in 1770 and died in Bath Sommerset in 1847. He married Elizabeth Armstrong in Amargh in 1800 and they had several children. Their eldest son John, came to Australia in 1852 with his family and servants, which leads me to believe the family must have been rather wealthy. Also with them was Mrs Moore's sister ( Miss Jones). Also looking for information on George's parents- John and Maryann Moore.(they were cousins) Maryann was the daughter of William and Frances (nee HODSON) Moore of Wexford. I have no information on John or how he fits into the family of Moore's, but would love to find out. Hoping someone can be of assistance to me.
red mail Sinnott
Searching for Sinnott family of my Great Great Grandfather William Sinnott born about 1825 and of his brother Nicholas born in 1810. They migrated to Newfoundland and lived in Kilbride which is now a part of St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
red mail Patrick Murphy
Seeking information about Patrick Murphy who married Anne Mernagh probably about 1890 to 1894.They had one son, also Patrick, born July 1895.Patrick senior was said to have been drowned in a boating accident while fishing. His widow later married John Molloy, plumber.
I am looking to find my gt grandfathers family who were from Ladies Island in Wexford. His name was Stephen Murphy. My gt grandmothers name was Mary Murphy (formerly Sinnott)Stephen would have been born around 1875 and Mary around 1876. Any info would be appreciated. Thank. Diane
red mail Kehoe
Kehoe. Does anybody out there have any information about the Kehoes of Connagh or the Hantons of Stonehouse?

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