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CADYG.KaedyCADY, Michael. Born c.1880, in Ireland. Parents Bartley CADY(?) and Mary CODDEN. Emigrated to the U.S.189(?).
CAGNEYJ.CagneyCAGNEY.From Rathkeale, Co. Limerick. No other data given.
CAHALANSCahalanJAMES CAHALAN c1800 m WINIFRED REAGAN cl800. Both born in Castlerea Roscommon Co Sons William c1829, James 1832, Patrick 1836, Thomas 1841
CAHALANEM.HayesCAHALANE, Cornelius. From Co. Kerry, near Tralee. Married Mary LAWLOR (born 1800). Children: John, born 1831, Daniel, born 1834, Cornelius, born 1837, Margaret, born 1839, and Michael, born 1845. John and Cornelius emigrated to the US, NH., and Midwest USA, in 1854.
CAHILLSeabhaccEllen, (FORREST in USA) b 1838? Co Cork m. Thomas JENNINGS b 1838 Co Mayo
CAHILLT.VitelliCAHILL, Patrick, born, c. 1792. Died, 13 March, 1874. His son, Mathew CAHILL, born 1833, married, Mary GRADY/GREADY. She was born, in 1840. Mathew, and Mary died, after 1901. Father and son, were both Blacksmiths, in Kilchreest, Loughrea, Co. Galway.
CAHILLA.StewartCAHILL. Mary Winnifred. born 1798, Kilfeakle, Co. Tipperary. Daughter of William and Mary(CAREY). Married Michael DWYER, before 1830. Emigrated with 4 children, Ellen, John, Mary and Timothy, 1847-49, to Ontario, Canada. Died 1878, Logan TWP, Perth Cty., Ontario.
CAHILLJ.CahillCAHILL, Maurice. From Duhallow barony, 1850.
CAINJ.GarnettCAIN. No further information given.
CALDWELLDSwiftJohn and Jennett. Somerset Co., MD, by 1688. From Ballybogan, Clonleigh Parish, County Donegal
CALHOUNJ.HeltonCALHOUN, Charles. From Belfast, 1800's. Watchmaker and repairer. Left Ireland, and lived with son Robert, in Pittsburg, PA.
CALLAGHANG.O'Callaghan(O)'CALLAGHAN, Edmond. Born 1820 in Killarney, Co. Kerry. Son of Daniel and Hanna. (Barry) O'CALLAGHAN, married in 1850 to Mary DONOGHUE. Emigrated to Victoria, Australia.
CALLAGHANC.Curry(O)CALLAGHAN, John Davis. Born c. 1759, in Co. Cork. Emigrated to the US., in late 1700'2, with his brother Dennis.
CALLAGHANA.PhilibenCALLAGHAN, Margaret. Born 1834, Co. Armagh. Daughter of John CALLAGHAN and Mary BOYLE. Married Robert MULLEN, born 1828 in Antrim, son of John MULLEN and Mary TONAR. Margaret and Robert were married at New Monklands, Scotland, in 1855. Children: Elizabeth, John, Edward, Mary, Robert, Michael, Patrick, Mathew, Henry (born Airdrie, Quillith, West Lothian). Daughter Elizabeth married Edward DOYLE, 1879, in Linlithgoshire. Children: Margaret, Catherine, Edward, Anne, Mary, Robert and Elizabeth (born Faldhaus). Anne Doyle married Michael PHILBIN, 1904 in Bannockburn. Emigrated to Gillespie, IL., 1908-1913.
CALLAGHANJ.CallaghanCALLAGHAN, James. Born 1796/98, City of Cork. Married twice, second time to Mary McMAHON, born Shanagolden, Limerick. They had several children. Emigrated to Australia, on the "Duchess of Northumberland", in 1836, then onto New Zealand in 1838. Children: Mary and Margaret (died in Shanagolden). They left a son James, behind with his Grandfather.
K.CallihanCALLAGHAN CALLAHAN. Cork? Settled in Pennsylvania, round the turn of the century. Later moved to Bay Village, Ohio.
CALLAGHANAlyse CallaghanCALLAGHAN. No further information given.
CALLAHANK.HeddenCALLAHAN, Patrick Jerome. Born 1859, in Cork. Emigrated to NY., in 1882. Married Margaret Teresa SHENNICK, also from Cork. Had two sons John and William.
CALLIGHANJ.RussellCALLIGHAN, John, married Mary THOMSON. They had a son, John CALLIGHAN born 1855/56. Moved to Glasgow, Scotland.
M.CalligyCALLIGMAY/CALLIGHY.Origin of family unknown. Later generations born in Co. Galway. Looking for any information re this name.
CALLINANB.CallinanCALLINAN. No further information given.
CALNANH.CalnanCALNAN, John Joseph Desmond. Born 1898, Cardiff, South Wales, U.K. Died 1971.
CALVEYA WillisCALVEY, Catherine. Married Daniel O'CONNOR, Cloonarara, Co. Sligo. Mother of Mary Ann, Margaret, James, Catherine, and Thomas.
CAMPBELLKTBorn 1801, died Marmora, Ontario 1874
CAMPBELLG.O'CallaghanCAMPBELL,Richardson and Bradshaw. Richardson born in 1801, and Bradshaw in 1813. Sons of William CAMPBELL, from Cavan Townland, Co. Leitrim. They married sisters Frances and Jane BRIGGS, daughters of Francis and Isabella (REID) BRIGGS. Richardson and family, emigrated in 1844 to Glen Innes, N.S.W.,Australia. Bradshaw and family, emigrated in 1840 to Lilydale, Victoria, Australia.
CAMPBELLC.DaughertyCAMPBELL. No further information given.
CAMPBELLJ.MoffattCAMPBELL, Anne. Born 1836, in Co. Sligo. Searching for birthplace.
CANAVANB.GlaserCANAVAN, David. Appears in Montreal, from Co. Cork, in 1845. Parents Denis and Bridget. Moved to NY, in 1851.
CANNIFnomJames Canniff born 1820 and Elizabeth Cain Canniff born 1822 from Ireland to Boston about 1850
CANNONS.CarberryBridget Cannon, b.c. 1832 in Clare and d. 1916 in Philadelphia, resided in a R.C. old age home in Germantown, Philly, with her sister Catharine Donnellan Carberry. She is buried in Holy Sepulchre and had four children. Seeking children, husband
W.CannonCANNON CANNING. Donegal, c.1737. Went to either Newfoundland, Halifax NS. or Prince Edward Island, Canada. Edward or Patrick? One, a sea captain died at sea, c.1840. He left a son Patrick, and a wife Mary Catherine CARDIFF. Patrick CANNON had 1 or 2 brothers, who died at sea, with their father c.1841, off the coast of Newfoundland.
CANTEYThomTeige CANTEY from Cork County married Elizabeth ca 1645 and both emigrated to U.S. ca 1650.
CANTWELLE.CantwellCANTWELL, Michael. Born Co. Offaly, c.1815. Married Margaret. Moved to the USA. Died in New Jersey, 1884.
CANTYM.KentyCANTY, Terance. No further information given.
CAPPYP.SmithCAPPY, Patrick. Co. Cavan. Married Bridget Clarke, of Corravilla. Their daughter Bridget came to Australia in 1880. Patrick and his brother John, listed as CAPPOGE in the Griffiths Valuation. Searching for roots in Castleknock, Louth or ?.
CARBERRYACDaniel Carberry immigrated to Penn from Co. Donegal in 1853 with his wife Margaret Gallagher
CARBERRYS.CarberryPatrick Carberry left Lakyle (Kilkishen), Clare with wife Catharine Donnellan in 1854 for Montreal, leaving behind (brother?) Peter Carberry and wife Margaret Roughan. Catharine with children made it to Philadelphia in 1866. I am researching those left behind.
CARBERRYC.WatsonCARBERRY, James and wife Bridget MANGAN from Mullingar and Killucan, Co. Westmeath. Children: Catherine (1867-1935), Annie (1861-1946), Elizabeth (1877-1942), Bridget, Michael, and James. Catherine, Annie, Elizabeth and Bridget came to the US., and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. Annie and Elizabeth became Nuns with the Ursuline Convent.
CARBERRYR.MaynardCARBERRY, Patrick Joseph. Born to Thomas CARBERRY and Mary (?), mid to late 1820's. Emigrated with his sister Mary, on the "Telegraph", and arrived in Sydney, Australia, in 1858. Born Kilfenora, Co. Clare. settled in Gulgong, in the Mudgee district of New South Wales.
CARBINEBarbaraMichael Carbine m. Catherine Clarke. Immigrated to NY with son Patrick 1846-1849. To Chicago by 1857. Died there.
L.BarbatoCARDIFF/ARDIFF. No further information given.
CARDWELLSJWilliam, b.1756 in Va. d.3/1/1838 in Bullitt Co., Ky. m. Famariah Hughes in Va. Need information on his father George? Cardwell who lived in Va.
CAREYJ CareyWilliam CAREY, MAYO, IRL > Coeymans, NY > Aurora, WI; 1810 - 1888
CAREYM.DonnewaldCAREY, John, from Drum, Co. Galway. John CAREY, emigrated to NYC., USA., c. 1911. His parents were John CAREY and Anne WELBY CAREY.
CAREYD.CareyCAREY, Simon. Born 1838-1843 in Co. Clare.Searching for his birth record, and his parents.
CARLETONR.WrightCARLETON. Northern Ireland. EARLS/HOGG/MacNEIL. Lived in Buncrana, Tipperary, Belfast, and Cookstown.
CARMODYMM BrandlThomas b c 1790 m Nancy GLEESON b c 1800 lived Ballinphantna townland, se Co Clare
D.L.StieberCARNAGHAN (CARNAHAN), James, born 19 October, 1692, Ulster Prov., Co. Antrim. Married Margaret JANNY. Children: James, William, Joseph, John. Emigrated to America c. 1731.
CARNAHANBess CarnahanCARNAHAN. Derived from O'Cearnachan, to Kernaghan, to CARNAHAN.
CARNEALA. LongPatrick CARNEAL who immigrated to Virginia from Ireland in the late 1700's. Also, there is a Townland in Antrim County called Carneal. If anyone has any information on this place or the people who live/d there. Other possible variations on the name are CARNAL CARNALL CARNELL
CARNEYJoeFrancis bc.1800 Fermanagh Co. IRL m. Catherine TAGUE from Tyrone Co IRL c 1830 dc. 1858
CAROLANTizCounty Monaghan, Sarah, daughters Julia and Margaret, son Francis, Sarah born 1790's lived in Drumbrackin
CAROLANM ANNSarah b. Drumbrackin, Monaghan about 1798, came to US in 1850's and lived in Georgia with daughter Julia and Margaret and son Francis
J.BraunsCAROLAN(IN), Julia and Cecile. Emigrated to the US., in 1892, settling in New York, as Nannies. Julia stayed and married Conrad George ANDES; Cecile returned home, possibly to Meath or Cavan.
CARRMichaelJohn CARR, married Anne ROE/REOGH, approx 1860, Possibly Drogheda Ireland.
CARRMichaelDrogheda, Co. Louth
CARRM.DunnCARR, James, Thomas, and John. From Annaghdown, Co. Galway. James married Mary FARTY (FAHERTY), in 1838.Thomas married Mary FORD, in 1837, and John married Honor WALSH, in 1840.
CARRS.BerendsenCARR, Ellen. Born c.1818, Ireland? Living in Co. Wicklow c.1845. Married William TRACY about that time. Emigrated to the US, sometime between 1845 and 1850.
CARRD.ParsonsCARR, James Snr. Married Johanna BROWN. Children: Catherine, born 1864, James, born 1862, and Patrick, born 1860. The children emigrated to LaSalle, then to Spring Valley, ILL. County of origin unknown. Seeking lineage.
CARRM.HarrisCARR, William and Margaret (LARRETT) Co. Tipperary, and then Carleton Co., ON., Canada 1835(?).
CARRELLJimDescendants of Timothy Carrell B. abt 1723 Ireland died December 5, 1786 buried St Mary's, Phila
CARRIGGSpoadaCARRIGG. Researching the CARRIG'S, from Co. Clare.
CARRINGTOND.ElliottCARRINGTON, Paul. Born c.1620, in Ireland. Married Sarah HOUGHTON, born c.1620. Dr. Paul CARRINGTON, born 1665 married Henningham CODRINGTON.
CARROLLJan FortadoCARROL, Denis. Came from Kildorrery, Co. Cork. Married Margaret KENNEDY in 1813. Probably had Ellen, Denis and Peggy. Had V.(for Veronica) Ann in 1819, Edmond in 1827, Mary in 1830, Catherine in 1832 and Anthony in 1837.
CARROLLCloudy 1750 to SC
CARROLLB WickhamHannah CARROLL, widow of a BRENNAN in Cork City c.1865
CARROLLA. Higgins TullCARROLL. Ireland. Then to Trespassey and St. John's, Newfoundland, 1780-1860.
CARROLLJ.BakerCARROLL, Mary. Born 1820 in Ireland. Married in 1835 to Peter PARKER. Children: Fannie, born 21 January 1837, in Ireland. John Henry, born April 7 1841, in Liverpool. Moved to USA. Settled in Frederick Co. VA>
CARROLLReneCARROLL, Rosana. Born 1812 to Arthur CARROLL and Mary DONNELLY, from Kilkenny. Rosana married Arthur MULLEN, also from Kilkenny. They had several children in the US.
CARROLLJ.OzmentCARROLL, Michael. Kilkenny.
CARROLLD.SheehanCARROLL, Thomas. Born 1870, Co. Roscommon. Also his sister Catherine, born 1875. They were the children of Thomas CARROLL and Catherine MORAN. Both emigrated, c.1890. Thomas was in Ozone Park, LI., in 1938. Catherine married John SHEEHAN, Essex Co., NY.
CARROLLE.BaxterCARROLL, Mary. Married Darby DUNN. Had one son William. Maybe from Limerick
CARROLLB.CorriganCARROLL, Catherine. Baptised, 1789 at Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. Daughter of Martin and Mary CARROLL, Catherine married Michael SHORTALL, at St. Canice's Catholic Church, Kilkenny City, on October 20, 1814. Their daughter Julia SHORTALL (1817-1905),emigrated to Australia, in 1839.
CARROLLB.CorriganCARROLL, Martin. Married Mary(?) BRENNAN, November 23, 1782, at Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.
CARROLLD.CarrollCARROLL, Owen. Married Catherine McBREEN. Last known in Iowa, c.1860.
CARROLLV.CapelsCARROLL, Roger C. Born 1849 in Ireland. Married Catherine RYAN, and raised a family in Syracuse, New York.
R.CarrollCARROLL McCARROLL, Patrick. Born c.1810, from Co. Tyrone. Emigrated to Newburgh, Orange Co., NYC., 1851. Married Susan GOUGH/McGOUGH.
CARAWAN (Modern)
J.McGowanPre 1800 - Co. Donegal and Ulster
CARSONS.SchultzCARSON, James (1828-1888), and Mary (ORR). Left Co. Tyrone, for Canada, c.1855.
CARSONK.LundellCARSON, Robert. Born Armagh, c.1760. Emigrated to America in 1787, and settled in Westmoreland Co., PA. Died in St. Louis, Missouri, in his 90's. His son was John CARSON Snr., who later moved to Rockport, Indiana.
CARTERS.PritchardCARTER, Patrick. No further information given.
CARTMILLC.LindsayCARTMILL, George and Jane. From Loughgall, Co. Armagh. George and Jane (McKITTRICK), married in 1830. Three of the known children were, George b.September 29, 1844, David b. September 8, 1851, and Elizabeth b.1854. These three children, came out to New Zealand, in 1874. Trying to find information, on the family, that remained in Ireland.
CARTYAMAdamsJames CARTY - b. abt 1865, Co. Wexford > imm. abt 1889, Phila. PA
CARTYV.CartyCARTY, Jeremiah. Born 1820? in Co. Roscommon. Married 8 January 1847, in Melbourne, Australia, to Catherine CUMMERFORD.
CASEYramarkerThomas, Kilgarvan in County Kerry m. Johanna SULLIVAN Mar 4, 1825 Children: 0. ?? 1. Dermot b Jan 13, 1830, Upper Lounaghan, 2. Patrick b Oct 12, 1833, Knockeens, 3. Michael b May 8, 1834, Gurteens, m Mary SULLIVAN ; > Lima, Allen County, Ohio 4. Daniel b July 13, 1836, Lounaghan/Mang., m Ellen SULLIVAN Nov 17, 1861, Kilpadder, > Lima, Allen County, Ohio between 1864 and 1870 5. John b May 26, 1837, Knockeens, 6. Julianna b Jan. 15, 1839, Gurteens, 7. Thomas b June 6, 1841, Knockeens, m Mary SHEA Sept 25, 1867, Lima, Allen County, Ohio 8. ??
CASEYS.GrievesCASEY, Michael. Born Drom, Co. Tipperary. Married Catherine RYAN, March 3, 1837. They had four children, Mary b.1839, Joanna b.1845, William b.1849, and Michael b.1850.
CASEYB.RichardsCASEY, Abner. Born in 1700, in Co. Tyrone.
CASEYC.BradfordCASEY, John. Son of Abner CASEY and Harriet GREEN. Married c.1716, Baltimore Co., USA.
CASHENL.GauntCASHEN, Peter. Born 1845 in Co. Cork. Died 1909 in Morrisonville. Married 1909, in Morrisonville, Illinois to Ellen KELLEY( born 1848 in Ireland, died 1915 in Morrisonville). Ellen's sister Jenny married a TRIHEY, in the Springfield/Viveron area, ILL. Peter's brother CASHEN/CASHIN. Jenny TRIHEY's children: Nellie (marr. Paul BURNS/BYRNES), Betty (marr. William FOSTER), Anastasha (Tasha) never married, and James (became a priest). Grandaughter, Jane married a SHEA.
CASHENL.GauntCASHEN, Peter. Born Co. Cork, married Margaret HARRINGTON. Children: Peter (1845, Co. Cork, died Ill. USA), Timothy (Co. Cork, Ire-Ill. USA), John, Mary, Margaret, Elizabeth-- all born in Ireland and died in the USA. Margaret came to America with children. Peter died in Co. Cork. Peter(the son) married Ellen KELLEY (born 1848, Co. Cork, died 1915 in ILL. US),in 1866, Springfield, ILL. They had 13 children: John, Mary, Thomas, James, Rose, Catherine, Peter, Aloysius, and Joseph.
CASSELLF.CassellCASSELL(S), James. Born in Ireland in 1865. Came to the USA in 1888, and settled in Paterson, N.J. He had a brother named Ned, who was a farmer, and stayed in Ireland. Need information re James, in Ireland.
CASSELLSFrank CassellCASSELLS. Born Tynan, Ireland c. 1865.
CASSIDYSeabhaccEllen b 1822? Ireland m. Patrick WARD b 1815 Ireland
CASSIDYJ. DuponPatrick CASSIDY, b. 1859 in Ireland. Emg. to US in 1880. Married Catherine MARTIN. Lived in Hartford, CT., then NYC.
CASSIDYK.CassidyCASSIDY, Joseph (1849-1928). From Newry, Co. Down. Son of Mike CASSIDY and Mary RAVEY. He came to NYC, c.1871. Siblings, who also came were Pat., Liz., and Mike.
CASSILSB JohnstonCassils family from County Armagh who emigrated to Canada sometime around 1850. James Cassils may have been born in 1822 in Armagh, or it may have been his father William who was born then.
CATHCARTR.CathcartCATHCART, William. Married Rebecca BARTHOLEMEW of Tullygarley, Ireland, in October 1815. Their son John, born April 4, 1816, married Jane MITCHELL of Tulleygarley.
CATONJ.BushCATON (KEATON/KEEGAN), John. Possibly born in Meath. Enlisted in Union Army 1863; war records show, only that he was from Ireland.
CATTERSOND.HemmingsCATTERSON, Michael. Born c.1707, in the Raphoe Diocese. Married Jean MITCHELL in 1733. The family includes, Catterson and KETTERSON descendants in Ireland and North America. Have a family tree of 500 names.
CAUGHLINS.RegoCAUGHLIN, Daniel. Born 1867 in WI., USA. Parents born in Ireland. Married Lena IRVINE/IRWIN/ERWINE, 1896-97. They had 5 children. Settled in eerie Co., PA. Disappeared after the late 1820's.
CAULFIELDM.WilsonCAULFIELD, Edward. A stone mason, b. 1796, in Ireland. Wife, may have been Margaret or Anna. Children: Mark b. Dublin, c.1822, Susannah, Johanna, Edward, Mary, and Margaret, all born in Brockville, ONT., Canada.
CAULFIELDB.CaulfieldCAULFIELD, James. Born 1818, possibly in Co. Tyrone. Came to NY.,c.1838. Married Catherine BRADY, also from Ireland. They had 4 children: Thomas, James, Peter, and Catherine. Lived in Manhattan, then in Brooklyn, they then moved to Long Island.
CAVANM.CavenCAVAN. Born Ireland. Went to Canada.
CAVAND.CaseyCAVAN, Michael. Born Co. Tipperary, in 1838, son of Thomas CAVAN and Nancy WILES. He emigrated to Canada, c.1857, along with his four brothers, William, Thomas, Denis and Patrick. They settled in the Thurso area. Trying to find which ship they arrived on.
CANAVANNReebKiltimagh, County Mayo
NReebGalway to Woolton, Liverpool, England to Phila., Pa.
CAVANAGHN ReebPatrick Cavanagh married Catherine Clark in Co. Galway. After first child was born they went to Woolton, Liverpool, England where they had 11 more children. Patrick's brother and he fought in the Civil War and both lived in Woolton. Patrick died circa 1882-84 and Catherine (Kate) who was a Seamstress took her family to Philadelphia to live.
CAVANAGHC.FeredayAnne CAVANAGH m. Michael DOLAN. Daughter Jane DOLAN b in Dundalk, Co. Louth, 1887
E. HollowPatrick. Sailed from Liverpool 18 Aug 1841 on the "Wallace" arriving Melbourne Australia 26 Nov 1841 Listed as (25) Labourer, and Mary (21) from Galway, Children born Victoria Patrick, John, Mary Ann, Mary, Honoria (Ann),Michael,Martin
CAVANAUGHM.DeCockCAVANAUGH, John and his wife Elizabeth FLANNERY. Searching for the date and location of their marriage. Probably in Kilkenny, and probably c.1830. Elizabeth's mother was Mary WARD (from Cork), and her father was Tom FLANNERY from Kilkenny. John's father was from Kilkenny, but his christian name is unknown.
CAVENEYW.SullivanCAVENEY. Family emigrated to Pennsylvania in the early 1800's.
CAWLEYA.GallagherCAWLEY, James. Born to Thomas and Nora (LYNN) CAWLEY, c.1865. Siblings included Thomas. Emigrated to Pittson, Luzerne Co., PA.
CECILFirstRigMD Late 1600's
CHAMBERSA.ChambersCHAMBERS, William. Married Margaret TYLER/TAYLOR. Children: Clark(e) CHAMBERS, baptised 1815, and a daughter Jane CHAMBERS, baptised 1817, in Clones, Co. Monaghan. Looking for information on Jane. Have full details on Clark's descendants.
CHAMBERSA.GriffithCHAMBERS, Isabelle. Born c.1802, from Co. Fermanagh. Came to the USA, in 1841. She arrived, in New York, with 3 daughters and 2 sons. The children were: Mary Matilda (born 1828), Eliza (b.1831), Ann (b.1822), James (b.1835), and Robert Henry (b.1839). The father, William or John Snr., came over at a different time, with the eldest son John (b.1826). It is believed that the father died in Pittsburgh, PA., within 3 weeks of arriving in the US. Isabelle and family moved in the 1840's, to Knox Co., OH. They were all on the 1850 census there, including John. John married Ellen COOK, in 1847, and Mary Matilda married George GIBBS in 1848.
CHAMBERSG.ChambersCHAMBERS, David, Thomas, James, Elizabeth and Sarah. Sarah left Ireland, in the late 1850's, and arrived in New York, on January 6, 1851. Seeking their place of residence in Ireland, and their parents names.
CHAMBERSR.RobertsCHAMBERS, Richard. A farmer in West Co. Cork. Wife's name may have been Mary TYNER. Their son Charles, born 1857, married Johanna MAHONEY. Charles and Johanna emigrated to Pennsylvania, in the early 1880's, with three children, Mary, Richard and James.
CHAMNESSM.SullivanCHAMNESS. No further information given.
CHAMNEYE.HalpinCHAMNEY, William. Born c.1800, in Ballymot, Co. Wicklow, to John(?) and Rebecca. Emigrated to Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, c.1832. Prior to emigrating, William married Jane ANNESLEY in 1826. Jane was from Ballinacor, Co. Wicklow.
CHAPMANjayceeThomas CHAPMAN m. to Mary MURPHY from Rosscommon, IRE. Settled in Centralia, Chatauqua County, NY abt 1849
CHARLEYM.BlackCHARLEY, Patrick and Mary Jane DYER. Born in 1840, and married in 1860, in LaSalle, ILL., USA. Trying to find place of origin. Fathers name possibly Michael. CHARLEYS were known to come from Antrim and Belfast, but this branch of the family believed to be from southern Ireland.
CHITTYD.GoldsmithCHITTY. No further information given.
CHRISTIANC.WaltzCHRISTIAN, Alma. Married Lloyd WILSON, Kanauha Co. Believed to be from Ireland.
CHRISTIEKM WilliamsonLancashire, UK (Liverpool)
CHRISTNERCloudy 1842 to PA
CHRYSTIEK WilliamsonLiverpool/Bootle/Great Crosby, England
CINNAMONDL. PeterCINNAMOND, (?). Born July 1, 1850. Lived in Crosshill, Crumlin, near Belfast. Had a daughter Sarah Jane, and a son, Henry. Sarah Jane married Tom MOREHOUSE.
CLABBYK.KimballCLABBY, James. He married Susan MURPHY. Known children are:Susan CLABBY, who married ?? FLYNN; and James CLABBY, who was born in 1831. He married Margaret NORTON, in England, and emigrated to America, c. 1870. He settled in Clyde, N.Y.
CLAFFYZ.NewellCLAFFY, Laurence. Born c.1800, son of John CLAFFY and Dorothy O'CONNELL, from Waterford. Emigrated to Canada/U.S., pre 1845. Settled in Syracuse, Waterloo, N.Y. A Catholic. Married Jane GIBSON, then Anne GIBSON. Some of the children settled in MN. Names of Laurence's siblings unknown, except for Kathryn.
Z.NewellCLAFFY, Lawrence. Son of John CLAFFY and Dorothy O'CONNELL, born 1818. Emigrated to New York State, before 1839. Possibly from Waterford.
CLAFFYZ.NewellCLAFFY, Lawrence. Son of John C. and Dorothy O'CONNELL. Born 1818, left Ireland c.1837, via Waterford. Originally in Offally/Westmeath.
CLAIRD.ClairCLAIR, Frank. Believed to have been born in Co. Cork, c.1860. Resided in SW., MO., USA., in the early 1890's.
buzzygirlThomas, from Cty. Galway to USA, 1879.
CLARKJanitaOwen, emigrated to Rhode Island, USA from Co. Cavin around time of Famine, lived in New York state
D HeseltonNo Data
S.RichmondCLARK(E) Philip. Name changed from O'CLERY. Born c. 1830's, in Co. Cavan. Married Bridget ROCK, from Co. Cavan, or nearby. Three children: Thomas b ?, James b. 1844 in Ireland, Michael b.1850 Chicago.
CLARKLoudonJames, boatyard labourer, from Down, Ire. Married Mary Ann Mcquilken. Had one son Arthur in Down and dau. Mary in Scotland abt. 1881
CLARKB.SmellowCLARK, Anthony. Came from Co. Cork(?). Had twin albino sons named John and Thomas, born in Ireland. Anthony die 3/10/1917, in Bayonne, NJ.
CLARKEM.GrayCLARKE, Mary. From Castlebar, Co. Mayo before 1900. Went to Chicago, Ill., USA.
CLARK(e)EN Garryroe, Killedan parish, Co Mayo, 1829 (Tithe Applotment)
CLARKEMars7Dennis and Joanne SHEA - son Patrick CLARKE b. 3 March 1761, Carland Parish, Co. Tyrone
CLARKEMimi7Patrick Clarke, son of Dennis Clarke and Joanne Shea b. 3 Mar 1761 Carland Parish Co Tyrone.
CLARKEF.G.WilsonEliza Jane CLARKE was born in Co. Tyrone, in 1834.She married William WILSON of Clogher parish, Co.Tyrone in 1853.
CLARKET.VitelliCLARKE, James. He was born, c.1800, and died, 10 August, 1885. He married, Harriet ---, born c. 1800. She died on the 21 November, 1870. They came from the Portumna area, East Co. Galway. They had one daughter, Elizabeth, born 1853. She married, John GLOSTER, from Kilchreest. Elizabeth died after 1901.
CLARKEJ.ClarkeCLARKE, Joseph. Born 4/8/1891, died 14/11/1942 in Belfast. Lived in Australia for a few years.
CLARKES.StevensonCLARKE, Thomas H.(HUNT). Born 1829.
CLARKEL.HewettCLARKE, Thomas, and daughter Ann. Believed to have arrived in Sydney, N.S.W.,Australia, c.1839, when Ann was 7 years old. Nothing known of any other family. Ann married at 16, giving Thomas's occupation, as a farmer, and her address as Murrurindi, N.S.W. According to registrations, they came from Co. Westmeath.
CLASBYA.Higgins TullCLASBY. Athenry, Co. Galway, then to Waltham, MA 1790-1900.
CLEGGLorrJoseph married Mary Watson c1833 Longford County Tyrone.
CLEGGSandyRobert CLEGG born in Co Down, Dec 28, 1844 to Robert born abt 1815 & Eliza CLEGG abt 1823. Family came to America about 1850-51. Siblings, Henry & Mary also born in Ire. All other children born in Pennsylvania.
CLEGGJ.LynchCLEGG, Thomas. Born c. 1814. Married Sarah McKNIGHT (McNEIGHT) Newry, Loughorne, Co. Down. went to America through New Brunswick, Canada. Then WI., MN., SD. Die 1887 in SD. Children: David, Joseph, John, and William CLEGG.
CLEMENTSD.ClementCLEMENTS, William. Born c.1800, in Lurgan, Co. Antrim. Emigrated to Ontario, Canada, prior to 1828. Had brothers John, Edward, James, possibly Joseph and Robert. He was in Hamilton, Ontario by 1835, and married Elizabeth WATSON, c.1827. He also owned property in Burford Township, Brant County, Ontario, which he bought in 1836. His children's names were Jane, George Charles, Benjamin, John and William WATSON.
CLENDENENJ.ClendinenCLENDENEN, Joseph. Born c.1790. William Joseph CLENDENEN, born c.1821, came to Australia, c.1850. He was from Co. Derry.
CLEVELANDDirk2Richard, b. c-1555, Suffock, ENG. - d. 4 May 1626, ENG
CLIFFORDEugcliffNo data
CLIFFORDT.ShawCLIFFORD, Michael. Married to ? PAINTER. They had three children, John, Eleanor, and Catherine. Came to America c. 1750. Wife died on voyage over.
CLIFFORDP.KingslandCLIFFORD, Richard Harry. Born in Ireland, April 12, 1850. His parents were Patrick CLIFFORD and Mary or Delia Josephine ST. LEDGER (LEGER), believed to be from Co. Down.They emigrated to the US., when Richard was 3-7 months old, c. July or November, 1850. Believed to have lived in NY. Siblings: Patrick, Delia, Anna, and Mary, all born in Ireland. Richard ran away from home at the age of 14, and again at 17 years. He never returned. He became a Scout, his nickname being Curley. He married Emily A. CORSON, daughter of Eli CORSON and Sarah RAFFERTY, on July 7, 1877, in Dennison, Iowa. He died in 1922 in Beaver County, OK., and buried in Forgan Cemetery.
CLIFFORDJ.CliffordCLIFFORD, Patrick. Left Cork, in May 1847, possibly on a ship called the "General Greene". He had a son Michael, born March 20, 1847. This boy emigrated, alone, at the age of nine, to the US. They were together again in Oconto, Wisconsin, until 1876, when Michael moved to Mapleton, in Blue Earth County, Minnesota.
CLIFFORDC.ReckCLIFFORD, Michael, and his wife Ellen SUGRUE, from Coarabeg. Valentia Island, Co. Kerry. Two known children, Michael and Julia, born in Kerry, in the 1860's. Emigrated after 1868, to Connecticut.
CLIFFORDA.CliffordCLIFFORD, Patrick. Born c.1837, in Kerry. Married Ellen (Maiden name unknown), born c.1839, in Kerry. Emigrated to Wales, year not known. By 1881, according to the census, were living in Merthyr Tydfill, Glamorgan, Wales, and had 9 living children: John, Brigit, Patrick, Michael, Thomas, Daniel, Catherine, Edward and James. Thomas went to the USA, Pittsburgh, PA., prior to 1894. He married Mary LYONS in 1894, and had at least 5 children. Any information on the CLIFFORDS in Kerry, Patrick and maiden name of Ellen, would be welcome.
CLIGGETTA.McDougallCLIGGETT, James. Born in Mallow, Co. Cork, c.1832. Married Helena PYNE, 1863, in Mallow. They had 4 children: Patrick, John, Catherine and Julia. Would like to find any descendants of John, who married Catherine HAYES, in 1887. They had 6 children: Ellen, William, Margaret. Julia, Catherine and John.
CLINCHC.FeredayJohn CLINCH b. in Dublin (d1874) Children William b1851 d. 1891; James; John; Albert; Martin; all born in either Bray or Dublin. John CLINCH junior was in the 2nd Border Regiment married Annie Morris.
CLINTOND.GiulianoCLINTON. No further details given.
CLOAKEB.FarrellCLOAKE. No data given.
CLOGHESSYE.RoskyCLOGHESSY, Mary. From Clogheen, Co. Tipperary. Married Denis RICHARDSON, from Scart, Ballylooby, Caher, Co. Tipperary. They had a son Jack(John).
C.CLOHERTY/CLOUGHERTY. Came from Connemara. One boy went to Boston MAS., alone, aged 13.Searching for parents, siblings, descendants, and which town they came from.
CLOONANM.DownesCLOONAN, Patrick. Married Bridget KILCOYNE, c.1862 in Inishshark, Ireland. They had at least four children: John (b.1864), Female(b.1865), Thomas(b.1867), and Martin (b.1870). Inishshark is a small island off the west coast of Ireland, near to Inishbofin.
CLOONANMary AndrewsCLOONAN. No further information given.
CLOONEYR.DaileyCLOONEY (CLUNEY), John. Married Ann Bollard in Aghaboe Parish, Queens Co., in 1836. John, had brothers by the names of Martin, Lawrence, and Thomas. He emigrated to the US., c.1857, and settled in Pennsylvania. John and Ann had two children, Thomas and Jane, both born in Ireland.
CLOUDCloudy 1690 to VA
J.CloughertyCLOUGHERTY/CLOHERTY. No data available.
CLUFFR.CluffCLUFF. Name, origins, how they came to England and Ireland, and any known heraldry.
CLUGSTON(E)DouglasesArchibald b 1779 Mar. Mary Shaw b 1781. to Isle of Man between 1807 and 1813. Two known sons James b Ireland in 1807 and Archibald b. IoM
CLUNEE.HalpinCLUNE, Bridget. Born, c. 1815, in Tulla, Co. Clare. She married William Richard HALPIN. They farmed in the Tulla area.
CLUTED.AdleCLUTE, William, Co. Cork, married Ellen HURLEY.
CLYNEP.WoodCLYNE. In Ardagh/Moydow, Co. Longford, 1800-1820. Then to Brooklyn, New York, during the famine.
CLYNESConroyCLYNES. Believed to have gone from Ireland, to England, 1851. Settled in Manchester.
COADYS.CoadyCOADY, Edward. Born August 12, 1885 in Co. Cork. Married to Mary Ellen MILLS. Children: James Joseph, born December, 1909, John, born August, 1911, Joseph, born June, 1912, Rose Leona, June, 1929, and Mary. Edward's parents were John Patrick Coady and Anna DOYLE (COADY).
COADYP.CoadyCOADY, John. Born 1879. Married Lizzie SWEENEY in 1903, Cashel, Tipperary. His father was Michael COADY, born (?) Married Ellen POWER.
COCHRANH.GrahamCOCHRAN. Born in the early 1800's, in New Ross, Co. Wexford. He was a watch and clock maker in New Ross. His son Samuel, born 1857, was also a watch and clock maker. He was born in New Roos, but moved to Howth, outside Dublin, and worked for John MORTON Jewellers, in Nassau Street, Dublin, for 57 years (confirmed by firm). He is buried in Howth graveyard.
COCHRANE KarenJoseph Cochrane came to USA in 1885 with his wife Margaret and 6 children, Lillian, Annie, Madge, Marie,Will and Jack. Probably lived in the city of Coleraine, County of Antrim.
COCHRANEP.CochraneCOCHRANE. No further information given.
COCHLANNordinChristopher COCHLAN bc1825, son of Thomas Coghlan, to ON Canada c1848, m Maria, had Richard; Robert 1856 (children born ON, MB, SK); Alfred 1861 (children born Deloraine & Melita MB); Thomas 1862 (children born Deloraine & Melita MB and descendents to Stavely AB); Ann c1864
CODYE. HollowMary b about 1800 Moyglass Tipperary Ireland married Thomas Kelly
CODYR.DemersCODY, James. Born 1849, Inistiogue, Co. Kilkenny. Married Mary BRADY. Died in 1910, Kilkenny City.
CODYS.NewboldCODY, Patrick and Mark. Went from Co. Wexford, to Prince Edward Island, Canada, c.1815.
COENS.WrightCOEN, Maria, married to Michael McNALLY, a shoemaker, living in Ballina, Co. Mayo. Information wanted on parents and marriage details.
COFFEYJ.NortonCOFFEY. From Westmeath.
COFFEYM.GrosbeckCOFFEY, John. Son of Denis, born 1826, in Killorglin, Co Kerry. Married Mary ROBERTS (b.1843, Killorglin) in 1860, and had nine children, including Mary (b 1861, never married), Bridget (b 1864), married James REILLY, moved to NY), Julia (b 1866), Patrick (b 1872) and Margaret (b 1880, lived with parents until they died (c.1902, in Killorglin), then emigrated to NY and married John HOOOCK and had 5 children.)
COFFIELDR CoffieldNo Data
COFFYH.KamineCOFFY, John Randolph. Married Margaret Annie HORAN, c.1892. Children: Arthur, Alice, George, William and Catherine.
COGGINSM.WaibelCOGGINS, Michael. Married Mary BURKE. Had a son named Michael Patrick COGGINS.
COGHLANNordinThomas COGHLAN lived at Islandwood townland, near Cloughjordan town, Modreeny parish, North Tipperary. He had 17 children. Christopher, Robert. other possible children (from Modreeny parish records) are James & Jane chr with Robert 1830, Sarah & Margaret chr 1834 and Hannah chr 1839. Family story says a son went to Australia, another to South America and at least 2 to Canada.
COGHLANNordinRobert COGHLAN, son of Thomas Coghlan, b c1826-1881, m 1854 Ann(e) HAUGHTON/HOUGHTON c1826-1903, had *Richard 1855-1928 (to ON Canada 1875 to SK c1911); Sarah 1856-1941 m BC WILLIAMS & stayed Cloughjordan; Thomas 1858-1933 (to ON Canada); Christopher 1861-1913 (to ON Canada); 4 sons no children
COLBERTPatrick ColbertCOLBERT, Patrick. Born c.1841, in Ireland, area unknown. Married Mary FITZGERALD/FLYNN, born c.1835, in Ireland. They were married in Wales, U.K. Sons were James (1857), Michael F. (1864), John (1868) and Edward (1870). Searching for information on all except John.
COLEMANR.RiebelJohn Coleman born abt 1865 emigrated to U.S. and settled in Scranton, PA. Date unknown but between 1880 & 1900
COLEMANW.SullivanCOLEMAN, Patrick. Married Margaret MELVIN. Daughter Winifred COLEMAN, born c, 1852, emigrated 1895.
COLEMANB.CorriganCOLEMAN, George (c.1767-1798). Married Mary CORRIGAN(c.1772-1847), on Mardh 16, 1790, at Co. Carlow. Their daughter Mary married George COPE.
COLESB.ColesCOLES, Thomas. Married Henrietta Maria Briscoe, c. 1734, in Co. Dublin. Their son William Temple COLES, was born in 1735. Wm. Temple COLES, emigrated to the USA, c. 1754. Settled in NC. Interested in the COLES family in Ireland.
COLLC.LucasCOLL, Florence, Peter and Vincent (siblings). Emigrated to the Bronx, New York, c.1900. Family originated from Gaoth Dobhair, Co. Donegal. Florence married James REDDAN, and had one son, Michael (born 1917).
COLLETDirk2Henry, b. 1833 ON, CAN d. 1897, Lower Nicola, BC, CAN
COLLIGANC.DavisCOLLIGAN, William. Arrived in this country (?), c.1828, with his brother Bernard and sister Mary, aboard the "Josephine", which left Belfast 30 April, 1828.
COLLINSJ.G.MillerCatharine (b. 1793 Ballyhooley, Cty Cork, Ire; d. 12 Nov 1867 Mt Pleasant, IA) Sp: Edmond DeROCHE, Jr.
COLLINSBudLLimerick, Broadford, Knockglas, 1700-1800's married into Macarthy and Fitzgerald families
COLLINSD McBratneyprobably Cork
COLLINSMM BrandlMichael b c 1770 m Bridget DONNELLAN b c 1770 Co Clare or Galway or Limerick
COLLINSP.HendewichCOLLINS, Martin. Born 1830/1. Married Catherine JENNINGS, born 1835/6. Children: John, Mary, Annie, Margaret, Thomas, Patrick b. 1881. Mary married Michael TUCKER in 1882.
COLLINSD.SheehanCOLLINS, Jane. Born 1827/28, in Keeloges, Oola, Co. Limerick. Emigrated to Clinton, NY., c.1848. Married James SHEEHAN, in 1852. They had 6 children. Died in 1876. She had a sister Mary, born c.1823, also from Limerick. She also emigrated, c.1848, to NY. Married John CONWAY, 1850, in Keeseville, Essex Co., NY.
COLLINSR.RipleyCOLLINS, John. Born 1836, in or around Kilcolman Parish or Shanagolden, Co. Limerick. Married Bridget KINNELLY, born 1833, in Ardagh, Co. Limerick. Her parents were John KINNELLY and Deborah BYRNES.
COLLOPYS.HuffstutlerI am looking for information on Michael COLLOPY, born abt 1846 probably in Limerick. He emigrated to the USA around 1860. He worked for the railroad in Iowa and Minnesota. He married Mary DOYLE in about 1867, possibly in New York.
COLWELLV.WildeCOLWELL, John James. Born c.1820 to 1845, in Northern Ireland. Emigrated to Canada. Married Mary Elizabeth GLENN, c.1855 to 1860. Children were: John, Joseph, Robert, William, Mary, Elizabeth and Matilda.
COMERFORDGRappEllen, born Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, abt. 1830 Emmigrated to US 1849. Married John McGeary, lived in Heckscherville, Schuylkill County, PA. Had five children: Kathryn, William, Ellen, Mary & Patrick.
COMERFORDC.ComerfordThimas Leo, possibly had a brother William. Parents names were Wiiliam and Mary (Hogan). Thomas apparently was born/raised CA. 1890's in Hell's Kitchen section of NYC. He married Anna Clark. They had three sons (Owen, James and Charles) and one daughter (Anna).
COMPTONA.WilkesCOMPTON, Henry. Married Mary Kate VESEY. Came from Co. Roscommon.
CONALTYM.WiebeCONALTY, George. Born c.1843. Married Harriet HARTLEY. Resided County of Lancaster, England. Had four sons: George (c.1874), William (c.1877), Walter (born October 2, 1883), Edward (c.1885). Walter moved to Canada in 1911.
CONBOYG.HodgsonCONBOY. Co. Mayo and Co. Roscommon.
CONBOYDoreen GuerrieroCONBOY. No further information given.
CONCANNOND.LUNDYCONCANNON, Lawrence C. 1872-1925. Married Agnes KNIGHT, 1877-1975, from Cork. Daughter of William KNIGHT and Abigail ?.
CONCANNONG CorcoranGeorge CONCANNON,dob about 1827 pob Donegal,Ireland; parents James and Cecelia; brothers Edward,Patrick Joseph,Thomas abd sister Catherine; married Isabella SWEENEY in Wilmington,DE about 1950; nine chilren born in Phila,PA.
CONCANNONP.ConcannonSeeking CONCANNONS from the Spiddal, Salahoona, Furbo, Barna and Minna areas of Galway. This is west of Galway city along the Galway Bay coast. Also interested in CONCANNONS from the Aran Islands.
CONDONR.CondonCONDON, Richard. Cork, 1841.
CONDONM.CorleyCONDON, Bridget. Married Patrick BURKE, Carrick On Suir. They had 14 children, including, John, Molly, Ann, Margaret and Honoria. Molly came to the USA first, then Ann and Honoria.
CONGERR.CongerCONGER. No further information given.
CONLANM.HeywoodCONLAN, Bernard. Born, c. 1760, in Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone. Married a Mary McCAULEY. We know of three sons, Patrick, Edward (b. 1789), and Charles (born 1791). There were also two daughters (names unknown). Looking for other children, who perhaps, married and emigrated to the USA, or Canada. Edward and Charles, were transported to Australia, arriving in 1815.
CONLEYR.ParryCONLEY, George and Eliza, nee ADDEY. Emigrated to New Zealand in 1877, on the "Waitangi". George came from Loughall, in Co. Armagh, and Eliza from Lisneany.
CONLEYW.KeownCONLEY, Leander. Born c.1820, Burke County, NC. His father was William (Bill) CONLEY.
C.StoweCONLEY, James Bruce. Born c.1815. Married Sarah LOVELAND, in Florence, New York, in 1837, Later moved to IL., and NE. The CONLEY/CONLEE surname came from Dublin Co.,Ireland.
CONLINS. RaybornResearching JOHN STUART CONLIN, born in Belfast, Ireland 5 May 1830/1831. Believe father's name was PATRICK CONLIN, mother's name FRANCES (?). He married ANNA (?) about 1848. Educated by private tutor and was apprenticed to Archibald McBriar, famous lithographer in Belfast. Looking for parents, any siblings, wife's maiden name.
CONLONR.PierceCONLON, Farrell. Married Winifred Tymon, Co. Sligo, in 1833.
CONLONP.FolkersCONLON, Thomas. Born c. 1783, in Ireland. Married Mary ??, born c. 1785, also in Ireland. They emigrated to Johnson District (now Grenville Co., Ontario, Canada), in 1823. Their children were: Bernard, Margaret, Thomas, Patrick, Michael, Ester, and James. The children were born in ONT., between 1825 and 1863.
CONLONM.CONLONCONLON, Thomas. Born 1830, in Athlone, Co. Westmeath. Died 1916, in Emmetsburg, IA., USA. Married Anne MULDUNE, born 1836, also in Athlone. Married at Morris, Illinois. Anne died 1924, at Emmetsburg. One of their ten children was Michael, born Co. Westmeath, 1832, died June 16, 1922. Married Mary JENNINGS, born Co. Westmeath in 1839, and died June 13, 1907. Both buried at Emmetsburg, IA., USA.
CONLONonmsCONLON. From Bessbrook. Co. Armagh, and perhaps Monaghan.
CONNAUGHTONB ConnaughtonBallymoe co. Roscommon
CONNAUGHTONA.Higgins TullCONNAUGHTON. Kilconickny, Co. Galway, 1790 onwards.
CONNEELYK.FrederickCONNEELY, Bartley. Born c.1836, Kilroe, Spiddal. Had a daughter Julia, born February 3, 1875.
CONNELLL.CrawfordCONNELL, Terence. Born December 24, 1806, in Mountmellick, Queens (Laois) Co. Parents were Richard M., and Mary BYRNES CONNELL. Siblings were Daniel and Mary.
CONNELLANW.HardingCONNELLAN, John. Born 1822, in Kilmaley, Co. Clare. Married Ellen GREENE, born 1832, also in Kilmaley, on the 20/5/1855. Selected land at Watchem, Victoria, Australia in 1875.
CONNERS.HerdCONNER. No further information given.
CONNICKSuzCatherine b. 13 May 1847 Ireland d. 20 May 1909 Astabula, Ohio m. ca 26 Feb 1867 Geauga Co, Ohio. Robert F. Sidley b. 17 May 1847 Thompson, Geauga Co, Ohio. (daughter of Andrew Connick & Catherine Collins)
CONNOLLYP.TaylorCONNOLLY, Eugine. Born 1866, place unknown. Married Mary TAYLOR, 1887, Bethnal Green, London.
CONNOLLYS DysartSylvester Thomas CONNOLLY and Mary Ann DEGNAN immigrated with son Patrick b. 1863 where in IRL, in 1864/65 to Erie County, PA. Moved to Beaver Co., PA after 1870. Children born in PA: Catherine Agnes b. 1868, Erie Co., Michael b. 1869, Ellen and Martin (twins) b. 1870/71, James b. 1874, Elizabeth (Lizzy) b. 1878, Beaver Co., PA. One more daughter, Mary Ann was b. 1866 somewhere in "O".
CONNOLLYE. HollowCatherine b Roscommon transported as per ship Diamond Sailed from Co. Cork Ireland arrived Sydney 29 March 1837 married James Whiteside 1844 at Bathurst N.S.W.
CONNOLLYJ.ConnollyCONNOLLY, William. Married Julia O'BRIEN. Children: Richard Dennis, and Leo. lived in Pittsburgh, PA., area. Richard Dennis married Cecilia Frances De Sales MOONEY. He died in 1945, Julia in 1955.
CONNOLLYR.NobleCONNOLLY, Sarah Anne, 1870, Aghaveans/Scrabby, Co. Cavan.
CONNOLLY ConnollyCONNOLLY, Patrick. Born Ireland, c.1809. Emigrated to Quebec, Canada, with wife Bridget MacKIN (MARRIED C.1835), c.1840.
CONNOLLYL.MeeCONNOLLY, Margaret. Tried in Co. Down, August 1804. A vagabond, who received 7 years transportation to Sydney, Australia. Held at Co. Down gaol until she sailed to Sydney in 1809. A native of Co. Down, known as Connaught Peg.
CONNOLLYC.TrayersCONNOLLY, Benjamin Thompson. From Draugheda, Dundalk(?).
B.BeanCONNOR/O'CONNOR, Patrick. Born March 13, 1812, in Roscommon, Ireland. Married Katherine CAIN, in Kentucky.
CONNORE WatsonEllen Connor, b1848, Co. Wexford, married Philip SULLIVAN, b1840, Co. Cavan, in 1866 in Chicago, Illinois.
CLannomMargaret CONNOR/CONNER and David BREEN. Parents of John BREEN and ???
CONNORB.SmithCONNOR, Elizabeth, born c. 1814, in Dublin. She went to Liverpool, England, where she had some trouble with the law, and was transported to Australia, arriving on September 7, 1835. She apparently had a tattoo, "POTHCJJL", on her upper left arm.
DonaCONNOR/O'CONNOR, Michael, born 1862, in NH., to Mi. and Abbey. Reside in 1870, with sister Mary O'CONNOR MURRAY, in NH.
DonaCONNOR/O'CONNOR, Michael. Born 1815-24, probably in Castleisland, Co. Kerry. Married Abbey/Deborah BRADLEY, before 1838. Need information on siblings, parents, marriage, and births of each.
DonaCONNOR/O'CONNOR, Nora/Hanora. Born 1838, in Portduff, Castleisland, Co. Kerry, to Mi. and Abbey. Need details of her marriage, and death in Ireland.
CONNORC.O'QuistCONNOR, Samuel. A farmer from Banagher, or Learmount, Co. Derry. Married Sarah EWING, at St. Colombs Cathedral, in 1857. Samuel died in 1868.
CONNORR.KaneCONNOR. Looking for the christian name of Mrs. John O'CONNOR, Ballycastle, Co. Mayo. She was the daughter of William KANE and Mary NOON. Known siblings: John, Patrick, James and Mary. Emigrated to Scranton, Pennysylvania, in the 1890's. She was alive in the late 1920's. Looking for her, and any family.
J.MagnerCONNORS/CONNELL. No further information given.
CONNORSJ ConnorsTimothy, b April, 1795 Enniscorthy County Wexford to Patrick Connors and Mary Tobin.
CONROYT.SheridanCONROY, from the West of Ireland. No other information available.
K WilliamsonLiverpool/Bootle/Great Crosby, England
CONROYT.JenningsCONROY, Winifred, 1820-1913, daughter of Michael and Sarah. Married Thomas JENNINGS, 1818-1886, Co. Mayo. They had ten children. Winifred, went to the U.S.A., in 1888, and died in Baltimore.
CONROYT.SnyderCONROY, Patrick. Born 1871, in the town of Coolfin, Co. Galway. Lived in Hinsdale, MA., USA, till his death in 1943.
CONROYConroyCONROY. Went from Ireland to England, c.1851. Settled in Manchester. Mark CONROY served in the First World War.
CONSIDINEK.JohannsCONSIDINE, Bartholomew. Born 1870's. Married Mary Ellen BREEN (1877-1973). From Co. Clare and NJ., USA c. 1890's.
CONVEYM.ThomasCONVEY, Patrick. Emigrated to US, through Canadian port, in 1846.
CONVERYConvery No information.
CONVERYM.BryanCONVERY, Patrick. Born c.1822.
CONVERYR.LeeCONVERY, Michael. Born March, 1834, in Ireland, to James C.CONVERY and Elizabeth O'NEIL. Michael was a javelin thrower. He worked for Patrick O'CONNER, in his stable. Michael became involved with Patrick's daughter Mathilda Myria O'CONNER, and they fled her father and went to America. Mathilda's mothers name was Anna CASSIDY. They fled to America c.1858, settling in Vincennes, Indiana, in the year of 1859.
CONWAYDickPatrick Said he left Ireland January 5, 1839 from Co Cork first record 1860 in Cincinnati, Ohio
CONWAYM.JohnsonRichard and Mary Fitzgerald CONWAY of Kilkenny, Ireland. Came to America in early 1850's. Known children include: Francis, James, Catherine, Thomas, Elizabeth and Mary. Settled in Waseca, MN abt. 1858. Related to Cullitons of Kilkenny, Ireland.
CONWAYA.CarneyCONWAY, Michael (born c. 1865) and wife Betsy FERGUSON, both from Co. Mayo. Settled in Scranton, PA. Had 12 children, all born in the early 1900's.
CONWAYD.Henderson-O'NeilCONWAY, Catherine. Date of birth unknown,place Dungannon?, Co. Tyrone. Married Peter O'NEIL (O'NEILL), born January, 1873 in Dungannon. They had a daughter Mary. Peter died when Mary was a young child. Catherine then married McNEILL, in Lanarkshire, Scotland, where she remained.
CONWAYNReebKinaffe, Swinford, Co. Mayo
CONWELLJ.WilliamsCONWELL, Daniel. Born Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, c.1859. His father was John, who emigrated to New Brunswick, probably from Donegal. Daniel's father married Susan McGONIGAL or DONOGHUE, in Ireland.
COOGANM.CooganCOOGAN, William. Married Mary MALONE. They had 5 children: Mick (b.February 19, 1824), Larry B. (b. March 8, 1829), William (b.January 6, 1832), John (b. October 20, 1834), and Mary (b.March 18, 1838). All born in Balief, Urlingford, Co. Kilkenny.
COOKKelmo - Co. Leitrim
COOKK.CrossonCOOK, Thomas and Mary, born 1820's, Co. Galway. Children Mary (DUNNE), Patrick, John, San Francisco, CA. USA.
COOKER.NobleCOOKE, Eliza. Married William NOBLE, in 1853, at Gortermone/Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim.
COONEYCloudy 1841 County Kilkenney, IRE
COONEYL.CooneyCOONEY. Related to COOMBES, and apparently originated in Scandinavia.
COOPERKelmo 1753 - USA
COPELANDV.CopelandCOPELAND. Down. No other information available.
COPINGERC.FisherCOPINGER. Co. Cork. No other information given.
COPPINGERCoppingerCOPPINGER. Came from Cork and Galway. Went to the USA.
CORBETT.WilliamsCORBET, Edmund Edward. Born January 1, 1821 or 1827, in Ireland. Married July 4, 1846, in Rathcormack, Co. Cork, to Jane Baylor HANAN, born June 16, 1823.
CORBETTJoeLittle Data
CORBETTI.DominikovichCORBETT, Roger. Born Waterford, 29 June 1829. Parents were James and Mary (CONWAY).
CORCORANSmithMargaret E. CORCORAN b. 1863, IRE, came to US 1871, m. Wm. H. O'DONNELL. Lived in Somerville, MA. d. before 1907. Children: John, Andrew,George, Henry, William, Mary Blanche, Margaret & Anna (d. age 4.)
CORCORANB.O'BrienMichael Corcoran b.Ireland-- married Mary Frederick b Germany. children: Julia b1857; John b 1860 Itasca, IL;Jeremiah b 1862; Mary b 1863; Hannah b 1865
CORCORANG.CORCORANJohn CORCORAN, dob about 1829, pob Kilkenny, Ireland; married Anna STACK in Old St. Joseph's Church,Philadelphia, PA; They had 3 children: John Martin, Catherine and Joseph Aloysius.
CORCORANF.AndersonCORCORAN. From Kilteevan, Co. Roscommon.
CORCORANJ.BurkeCORCORAN, Philip. Married Mary SMYTH of Loughduff, Co. Cavan, c.1770. They had at least one child, Margaret, who married Philip HOURICAN, of Dunbeggan, Co. Longford. They had 12 children between 1811 and 1848.
CORCORANT.WesterholmCORCORAN, James. Married Mary GUILFOYLE. They had a daughter, Bridget, born December 10, 1894, Ossory, Parish of Callan.
CORCORANgbCORCORAN, Philip. From Co. Longford. Married Mary SMYTH, from Loughduff, Co. Cavan, c.1800. Their daughter Margaret married Philip HOURICAN, from Dunbeggan, Co. Longford, in 1838. They had 12 children between 1839 and 1863. All remained in Ireland.
CORDNERC.Geddis-KennedyCORDNER, Elizabeth. Married Andrew GEDDIS, 1862, in Co. Armagh. Moved with child to the US., in the late 1800's. Looking for family. Father was from Boconnell.
CORKM.DixonCORK, George. He had a brother, John, and an unnamed sister. Maryland, US., c.1770. Note in Bible, says George CORK was the first CORK, born in the US. These children were orphaned in Maryland, and raised by a German community. Looking for parents, ports of departure and arrival. There was said to have been a Lord Cork, with 10 children, at this time.
CORLIESL.BeesonCORLIES, George. Supposedly born in 1654, on Dugan Street, Dublin. Quaker family who emigrated to America.
CORRIGANMB LeinenbackBalleycroy, Co. Mayo 1770-1800
CORRIGANK.DuffyCORRIGAN, Michael. Co. Tyrone 1791-July 7, 1859, Mara, Ontario. Married Rosa NUGENT, 1793 Co. Tyrone-December 28, 1856, Mara, Ontario.
CORRIGANB.CorriganCORRIGAN, George Cope. Born c.1790, and died prior to 1852. Married Mary COLEMAN in Co. Carlow(?), c.1815 and lived in Dublin, where he worked as an Officer at Trinity College.
CORRIGANB. CorriganCORRIGAN, James (1789-1860). Married Alice TOMLINSON (1793-1872), at the Church Aghade, Leighlin, Co. Carlow. Emigrated to Tasmania, Australia in 1832.
CORRYLWhitfordBorn: 6 September 1825, Newtownards, Co Down, IRL; Died: 19 July 1910, Galt, Ont, CAN; Married: James Schofield [6 April 1817-6 May 1903]
N.JewelCORSBIE CROSBIE. Carnmoney, Co. Antrim. Connections to ROBINSON or ROBSON family, as well as the QUIREY family.
COSGROVES.TupperCOSGROVE, Mary. Married George LOCKART, in the 1820's. Lived at Lisnalea, Co. Armagh, and attended Mountnorris, Presbyterian Church.
COSTELLODickMichael or Honora nee DorseyCame from Co Tipperary to Cincinnati, Ohio prior to 1870. Daughter Mary born at sea C. 1840.
COSTELLOIrish EyesJames, m. Catherine Power/s. at least six children: Mary(eldest)-DOB: 02-22-1868, Alice DOB: 04-22-1869,Josephine DOB: 12-11-1883, Bridget, Ellen, and Anne. No brothers were listed in my grandmothers obituary. Mary, Alice, and Josephine immigrated to California, USA. According to her death certificate she would have entered the US around 1886.
COSTELLOB.CorriganCOSTELLO, Mary (1813-1902). Married Henry PRENDERGAST, (1812-1867), February 1, 1832, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Tuam, Co. Galway.
COSTELLOS.OliverCOSTELLO, Mary. Born Co. Wicklow, 1852. Father, James (a stonemason) and her mother Mary (CULLEN). Arrived in Australia, in 1869. Married James OLIVER, in 1877. They had 6 children. Died July 30, 1909. Need birthplace and information on parents.
COSTELLOM.CostelloCOSTELLO, Thomas F. (1830) and Mary FARRELL (1831), Co. Mayo. Five children: Mary, Helen/Ellen, Catherine, Patrick(1870) and Thomas(1873).
COSTELLOP.KnowltonCOSTELLO, John and Margaret, nee KELLY. Born 1800. Children include: Catherine born 1832, Hanora born 1839, Margaret born 1832, (married Michael O'MEARA, in Ohio). these children born in the area of Tullabeg, (near Ballybunion). Others related to the above: Edward, Ellen, Julia and Jerome, all in Cincinatti, Ohio, in the early 1900's. the COSTELLO's emigrated c.1850.
COSTELLOM.CostelloCOSTELLO, Owen, Thomas, James, possibly Michael and Joseph. Originally from Co. Leitrim. In Hazelton, PA., USA., in the late 1800's. James served in the Civil War, and was naturalised in Pottsville, Schuylkill Co., in 1865.
COSTELLOEC.CostelloCOSTELLOE. No further information given.
COTTERMargeCornelius Cotter, husband of Agnes and father of Margaret (1884). He was an estate gardener. Lived in the 1870s in Ireland or Scotland.
COTTERR.DonovanCOTTER, Peter. East Co. Cork. Arrived in Canada, 1850, and settled in Clarke,Twp., Ontario. He and wife Mary had a son Patrick, born in Ireland, died in Ontario, January 1, 1945, aged 102 years.
COTTONN.CottonCOTTON, Edward John. Born 1829. Married Rosina Harriott LOWE in 1852. Their first child, John Lowe, was born September 20, 1853 in Kilkenny. Two more children were born, names, places and dates unknown, then Florence C. January 28, 1865, in the Whitehouse District, Helena Shaw, September 9, 1866, Marion Arnold May 22, 1868, in Shankill and Mabel Septima July 2, 1869, in Belfast. Edward John was still alive in 1894, and was a Church Warden at St. Patrick's Anglican Church, Jordanstown in 1870 and then in 1892-94. He developed the railroad and tourism, as manager of the Waterford and Central Ireland, R.R., 1853-57, and later NCC, in N. Ireland.
COUGHLING.VitaleCOUGHLIN. No further information given.
COUGHLINN.NeelyCOUGHLIN, Daniel. Born c. August, 1839, in Ireland. Parents unknown. Daniel emigrated to the NYC area, and settled in Yonkers, New York. He appears to have married twice: (1) before 1864, to Nora O'BRIEN and (11) c. 1877, to Bridget (___). Children of Daniel and Nora, born in New York, included Julia and Ellen. Children of Daniel and Bridget included Joseph.
COULLN.McLeodCOULL. A member of this family is believed to have left Ireland for Australia in the 1890's, and then moved on to New Zealand.
COULEHANFT GerkinJohn, b.Melick, Co. Galway 1805, m. Ellen Whelan, emigrataed to US 1850.
COULTARTJ McPhersonLooking for marriage of Charles Coultart(Handloom weaver)& Agnes Scott before 1820, birth of daughter Catherine Coultart circa 1820 Ireland, Catherine married Daniel McInnes in Glasgow Scotland 1843.
COULTERB ParkerCounty Antrim N. IRL
COUNIHANj pendletonJohn b. 4/15/1829 in county Kerry. Came to Boston Port U.S. in 1851. Possible names of parents: James, Edward, Daniel, Annie, Mary.
MB Leinenback1800>now, Catholic Parish of Keel, Castlemaine, Co. Kerry, (Dingle Peninsula)
COWANjcCounty Down, IRL to PA,USA to NC to TN 1700-present
COWANlccCounty Down, IRL to PA,USA to NC to TN 1700-present
COWDINR MadsenLooking for Ephruim M Cowdin, born about 1820 in New York. Surname thought to be from the Old Irish--O'Caomhain.
COWZERJ.MooreCOWZER. In Donnybrook and Dublin. Moved to Scotland (1800-1900). Name origin unknown (Ireland possibly).
COXjim2Capt. James G. c. 1650 IRL to DEL c.1700
COXjim2Anne c. 1714 DEL
COXG.MartinCOX, Robert. Died 1649. Ballynoe, Limerick.
COYLEJ GEARYPatrick born Pollatomish ? married Anne NOONE
COYLEB.CorriganCOYLE, Mary. Married Dan MURPHY in Belfast. They went to Pennsylvania, USA, then back to Ireland, then to Australia. They had 11 children.
COYNEL.GreaneyCOYNE. Ballyveane Clonbur, Co. Galway, before 1901.
COYNEM.BechiniCOYNE, Dominick. Born 1840. His wife, Catherine RYAN, born 1853. They were both born in Co. Galway. They died in San Francisco, Catherine in 1899, and Dominick in 1906.
COYNEW.CoyneCOYNE, John. Born 1814, in Galway. Married Mary McMAHON, born 1823, in Roscommon. Emigrated to New Orleans, in 1848, from Liverpool. They had 5 children, born in the US. Died 1878.
COYNEG.MartinCOYNE, Luke. Born 1765. Married Margaret McNALLY. Newport, Co. Mayo. Family names: John, James, Bernard, Martin, Catherine and Bridget.
CRAIGM.BarrettCRAIG, James. Born Co. Antrim., c.1856. Married Margaret McILROY.
CRAIGD.TaylorCRAIG, Jane. Married John HAVERN, in the mid 1850's. Children: James, Margaret, John and Elizabeth. Births registered at Dunmurry.
CRANNYK.CranneyCRANNY, Michael. Married Mary DOYLE. They had a daughter, Mary, born 1839, in Kilkenny. They moved to Australia. Michael was a Tailor.
CRAWFORDA.HerbertCRAWFORD, Jean. Married Francis? HERBERT, in the early 1840's. He died in the Crimea, and Jean shortly afterwards. Children: Mary Ann and William. They were raised by Thomas CRAWFORD (Grandparent), in Bush(e)ly Park, outside Dublin. Mary Ann was taken to Australia, by a HERBERT uncle. William ran away, aged 12.
CRAWFORDK.O'DonnellCRAWFORD. No further information given.
CRAWLEYR.EarleCRAWLEY CRAWLY CROLLY, William Patrick (Mat). Lived in Dundalk, Co. Louth in the late 1700's, and early 1800's. Lawrence CRAWLEY born c.1820, emigrated from Dundalk to the U.S.
CREAGHJ.BroxtermanCREAGH, John,born c. 1795,Ireland, died KY, USA. Married Ann in Ireland or MD. Ann born c.1800, in Ireland. Children born in MD: John CREAGH, c.1820, Richard, c.1822. Richard married Nancy TRUE, 1848 Mercer Co., KY.
CREAGHP.DolanCREAGH, from Crea Castle, Doneraile, Co. Cork. George Washington Brasier CREAGH, married the daughter of Rev. Bartholomew PACK, and Barbara HARTY, in 1822.
CREAMERN.TimpanelliCREAMER, Patrick. Born 1837, in Ireland. Emigrated to America by 1859. Married to Bridget GILDEA/GILDAY. Children: Thomas and Mary. Parents, Patrick and Mary (?). Seeking ancestors/siblings.
CREANS.CreanCREAN. Father Patrick, Ireland, then to NY in 1922. Grandfather, Joseph M., Ireland and NY., c. 1922. His brothers were: Desmond, Dominic, and James. Sisters: Josephine, and Gertrude. Lived in Belfast, roots believed to be from Sligo.
CREANORE.CranerCREANOR, Charles. Married Catherine BRENNAN, Strabane, 1874. Emigrated to Pennsylvania, 1874.
CREELMANS. COSTELLORobert m. Martha Gault, Camus, Macosquin, Derry - had sons Robert [to America] James & Thomas to Australia 1840's - Hugh stayed in Derry - they had sisters who stayed in Derry.
CREHANJoeLittle data
CRILLYA.SwaffordCRILLY, Thomas King. Married Mary Ann CRONIN. Left Co. Derry, in 1863.
CRIMMINSM.GrayCRIMMINS, John. From Mountcollins, Co. Limerick. Married Katherine. Children: John, M.J., Patrick, and Margaret. Emigrated to USA c. 1880.
CRINNIONEN Co Louth, c.1800, 1760 and 1766 religious census
CRITCHLEYB.HeywoodMichael CRITCHLEY, is believed to have come from Co. Wexford.He and his wife Margaret, and their eight children emg. to South Australia. Michael preceded the family. Margaret and family arr. on "Marshall Bennet"in Feb. 1852.Michael was a farmer.
J.ButterworthCROAN/CRONE, John. Came from Co. Down. Born c. 1830, and left Ireland, c. 1850.
CROKERoots2FindNo data given
CRONINL.ThomopsonCRONIN, Mary. From Killarney, Co. Kerry. Married Maurice RIORDAN.
CRONINM.TracyCRONIN, James and Johanna(O'LEARY). From Tralee, Co. Kerry. James CRONIN was born on December 11, 1812, and Johanna was born on November 1, 1814. They were married in 1839, at Tralee? Moved to Groton, MAS., USA., where some of their children were born. They then moved to Maple Grove, Wisconsin, where they both died. They came to the USA., via Boston, in June of 1842.
CRONOLLYLouiseCRONOLLY. No further information given.
CROSBYC.WitterCROSBY, Catherine. Born c.1855. Married James KELLY. They had a daughter, Florence.
CROSSD.LiggettCROSS, Thomas and Margaret. From Lowertown, outside Dungannon, parents of John, born 1832. Seeking a connection between this family, and the numerous CROSS families of Killyman Parish, Co. Tyrone.
CROSSANS.DrainCROSSAN, Arthur. Born c.1819, in Girvan, Ayrshire, or Ireland. Married Sarah HANLON c.1842. Daughter: Agnes 1842, Mary 1845 and Sarah 1845, found on the 1851 Dalry, Ayrshire Census, living with their Grandfather, James HANLON.
CROTTYP.CrottyCROTTY, Martin. No other data available.
CROWINT.JonesCROWIN. Mary. Born Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, in 1843. Died c.1912, in South Wales, U.K. Married James DEMPSEY, from Waterford. He was born in 1841. Mary had a sister, who went to live in America. Both were very young, when they left Ireland.
A.SmithCRU(I)SE, Thomas, born c.1795 in Lusk, Dublin. Convicted of highway robbery, and transported to Australia in 1817 on the"Pilot".
CrillJames CROOKSHANKS, b.c 1797 Dublin, IRL. Married Catherine, b.c. 1803. 7 children: Robert, John, James Jr., Isaac, William, Ann, Samuel
CRUMBLISHD.ConningCRUMBLISH RENWICK. Looking for marriage information, mid to late 1800's. Had 3 daughters Mary, Annie and Nancy. Believed to be from the Donegal area. The family went to live in Scotland, before their daughter Mary was born.
CUDDIHYM BilesCUDDIHY No data given
CUFFENReebKiltimagh, County Mayo to Chester, Pa.
D.Martin SutherlandCULL/COLL, John, born in Bruree, Co. Limerick. Emigrated to NY., lived in Buffalo. He and his wife Susan DIXON, returned to Ireland (Kilmihill, Co. Clare) with youngest daughter, Margaret. They lived and died there. John was a cousin to Eamon de Valera, through his mother, Catherine COLL. Susan's mother was Mary RYAN. Seeking John's parentage, and COLL relationship particulars.
CULLJ.CullCULL. Co. Cork(?), in the early 1700's.
CULLENjcullenIRL> ?? >Michael b.? Chester,Mass, Son John Francis b.1899
CULLENPBuckmanMary CULLEN, wife of Edward CUSHMAN I, mother of Edward CUSHMAN II, in County Antrim in 1830
CULLENjayceeThomas CULLEN Mary BURKE--1850-80--PA,-USA. Had 13 children. From Wexford, IRE, son of Michael
CULLENPBNEdward CULLEN, born c. 1833 in Sydney, Australia, to James CULLEN, mother unknown. James was a stonemason.Edward married Jane HARRISON on August 8 1853, at St. Matthew's Church, Windsor. N.S.W. They had thirteen children.
CULLENS.GrievesCULLEN, George. Born c.1792 in Co. Wicklow. A Coachman. Married with two children. Transported to Australia in 1826. Remarried to Johanna WALTER 1853.
CULLENJ.PandoCULLEN, Thomas. Arrived with his brother James, on the "Linden", in New York, in 1849. Settled in Mass./Rhode Island. Died in 1882, Tom on November 18, 1881. Married Mary WIGGINS, in 1863. Trying to find where they came from, in Ireland.
CULLEYB.BornemanCULLEY, James. Emigrated from England, to Newry, Co. Down, mid 18th century. Most of the family remained in Newry, but grandson, Robert, went to Dublin. He went into banking, with the Bank of Ireland.
P.CullinaneCULLINAN CULLINANE. Lismore, Co. Waterford.
CULLYJ.CanfieldCULLY, James. Born c. 1843. Married Anne, born c. 1833. Both are buried in Tullyallen, Co. Armagh.
CULLYS.DelargeCULLY, Thomas. Born c.1831, in Co. Armagh. Married c.1860, to Catherine KEE/KEYS, born c.1836, in Co. Armagh
CUMBERRobynElizabeth bc:1783 London ENG
CUMBERTOND.McDermottCUMBERTON, Christopher. Born 1906. His father was a carriage driver.
CUMMINGSJ.CummingsCUMMINGS. Married Sarah POLK. Looking for family and the County he came from in Ireland.
CUNNEAE.CunneaCUNNEA, Patrick and Isabella (BROWN(E)). His son James left Kilcar, Co. Donegal, for the US in 1846. Became a prominent banker in the State of Illinois. Other related surnames, McHUGH and GLACKIN.
CUNNINGHAMC.DompkowskiCUNNINGHAM, Annie. Born 1860-79, in Cork. Married Willis LANDRY of N.B. Canada. Moved to MASS. Had 5+ children. Died 1913, Norwood, MASS. She had a sister Minnie.
CUNNINGHAMA.RossCUNNINGHAM, Margaret. Born May 12, 1822, in Omagh. Went to Toronto, CAN., in 1846.
CUNNINGHAMK.WebberCUNNINGHAM, James. Arrived in New York City, April 1851. His application for Citizenship, says he was aged 26, and born in Co. Tyrone. Looking for family in Ireland.
CUNNINGHAMC.ImmonenCUNNINGHAM, Hugh and Nancy. Left Ireland 1830-31, for Canada, with 3 children: John, Samuel and Thomas, and two brothers. Looking for place origin.
CUPPLESP DickeyIsabelle ancestors/siblings born c1780 married Andrew Lackey(ie) in Bainbridge, Co. Down. They had ten children all born in Bainbridge: Robert b1803, John b1805, James b1808, Andrew b1811, Alexander b1816, David b1819, Hamilton b1826, Elizabeth b1830, Mary, Samuel b1839
CURLETTLaLaTTEliza (born prior to 1790), Inch, County Down
CURLEYL ParkerPeter, from Killarney,County Kerry according to oral history. He came to the U.S. c1861 with his wife (unknown name who gave birth to Catherine on the trip from Ireland, then died), and daughter Mary about age 9. They settled in the town of Franklin, Warren county, Ohio.
CURLEYP.BurgheimCURLEY, John. Married Honora NELLY in Ballyaneen, Co. Galway, in 1857. They had six children, one of whom, came to Australia, in 1880. Trying to locate information, re John's parents.
CURLEYC.Van HookCURLEY, Thomas F.Born in Roscommon, c. 1799-1801. Married Mary CARROLL. They had five children, including: Thomas (Jnr.) and Elizabeth. The whole family, including Thomas Jnr's. wife, came to NYC., in June 1848.
CURRANACDaniel Curran immigrated to Beaver Meadows, Penn in 1860. He was born in 1845 in Co. Donegal
CURRANnonieMichael Curran born in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Came to New York around 1900.
CURRANR CarmanPeter b.1802 @ Rathdrum, Co.Wicklow, IRL, d.31 May 1874 @ Vic., Australia [parents Patrick CURRAN & Bridget FINN - details ?] Marr. 30 Aug 1831 @ Rathdrum to Bridget KAVENAGH b.16 Feb 1795 @ Rathdrum, d.? Rathdrum? [parents: Patrick Kavenagh & Margaret ?]
CURRANS.MarleauJames Andrew CURRAN b.1866 in County Clare, Ireland d.1946 in Ohio. Wife was Martha J. WOODGEARD. Known siblings of James, were Charles, Patrick, John and Mary.
CURRANM.KnieriemCURRAN, Mary. Born c. 1891, in or near Spiddal, Ireland. Parents, James CURRAN, and Mary KINE/COYNE. One known sister, Elizabeth. Mary emigrated to Boston, about 1912 . She married Patrick WALLACE, in 1913, in Boston.
CURRANS.CurranCURRAN, Cornelius. Believed to have come from Curran, Co. Cork.
CURRANK.FrederickCURRAN, Anne. Born c.1842. Daughter of Patrick CURRAN. Also William CURRAN, born 1860, Spiddal. Son of Michael and Bridget CURRAN.
CURRANK.MinderCURRAN, Thomas. Born May 23, 1821, and died May 23, 1885. Married Mary POWERS, born October 12, 1824, and died January 26, 1899. Buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Tampico, Whiteside Co., IL., USA.
CURRENM.CurrenCURREN, John. Married Johanna SULLIVAN, c.1867, in New Hampshire, USA.
CURRIES.OliverCURRIE, Daniel. Born 1815, in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. Father William, and mother Elizabeth (TORBIT). Married in Scotland to Janet Welsh DAVIDSON, 1836. Died 1882 (Ayrshire?). Need parents marriage, and birthplace of both parents.
CURRYE. HollowMary born about 1780 m William May in Co Meath about 1810
CURRYD.BrewingtonCURRY, Sarah. Born c.1811, near Enniskillen. Married William SWITZER, in Ontario, Canada.
CurtainNo data given
CURTISKelmo 1803 - Bugbrooke Northamptonshire
MathAceEdward, b.c1800, m. Mary CULLEN before 1829/30. Known Children (Edward, Jane, Daniel - see below) born in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, possibly in Belfast area, or Shankill parish.
MathAceEdward: b. 12 March, 1830, Cty Antrim, NIR. Emigrated mar 1851. Landed in NY, Nov. 12, 1851 according to naturalization record. m. Mary SAVAGE, Jan.1854, Boston, MA. d.29 Jan 1821, Dorchester, Suffolk Cty, MA. USA.
MathAceJane: born 1832, possibly went to Canada with mother, father and Edward in 1833, but have not proven same family.m. Ellis, On CAN.
MathAceDaniel: b.Cty Antrim, 30 April 1838, m. Bridget O'Neil, probably in NIR, Landed in NY June, 1866 according to naturalization records. d.29 Jan 1910, Milton, Norfolk Cty, MA. USA.
CUSHMANPBuckmanEdward CUSHMAN II, born 1830 County Antrim, US in 1851, name CUSHING since 1870. Landed NY, settled in Boston, MA.
E.Cusick-ArmstrongCUSACK CUSICK, John. Born prior to 1859. Had 3 children, with a Mary KEOUGH. Children:Edmund, Mary, and ?
CUSICKM.CusickCUSICK, Daniel. Co. Mayo or Co. Cork, in the mid 1800's.
CUTHBERTGuy ColbertCUTHBERT, Robert. Born in Ireland. Emigrated to Canada c.1830/1845. He was in Regiment #89 of Foot, Battalion #2 of Princess Victoria.

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