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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

CARLOW "ROLL-CALL"

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INFORMATION

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ADAMS / LEMONS /  FARLEY
Seeking ADAMS, John served in British Army in 1800's, LEMONS -and FARLEY
Michelle Wilson
Green Mts. of Vermont USA
mipaint@pshift.com

 

Alcock
Researching George Alcock b. circa 1790 and Anne Hawkins b. 1794.  Not certain whether they came from Co. Carlow, Wicklow or Wexford.  They emigrated to Ontario in about 1840.  Their son Richard Beecham married Frances Pollard from Hacketstown, Carlow.  Other children were Susana, Sarah, William Frederick b. 1824, Thomas Moody b. 1817, George, Maryanne.
Teralcock@aol.com
Agar
My Agars come from Knockulard, Carlow County.  James came to America in 1850/52.  His wife Eliza Whitaker with their 4 remaining children came aboard the Antarctica 2 years later.  Eliza and their oldest son, James Jr. died of ships fever.   Their daughter, Mary Ann was about 14 at the time and she took care of the 2 younger brothers until they arrived in New York to be met by the father, James.  Any information about this family would be appreciated
Joan

B

   
BELL
Researching the Bell family - specifically Ann and Mary with Father John protestants and farmers of Minaughrim and Clonegal with connections to the Sterne family of Clonegal and Riley family of Wexford. Ann and Mary born 1790 - 1800 Ann and Mary (with probably daughter Susannah Sterne) emigrated to Australia 1828, and 1838 respectively. Would like to make a connection between Mary Bell and Charles Sterne.
Thanking you for any information,
 
Marni Foote
09/2006
mbfoote@squirrel.com.au
BOWLES
John Bowles married to Ann Mills about 1799.  They lived Dunleckney, Co. Carlow from about 1808 to 1818, four children born there and then emigrated to Canada.  He would have been the shoemaker in Dunleckney.  They also had three children before Dunleckney but I don't know where yet.
His brother, Joseph Bowles, married to Ann Feltus (probably she was from Dunleckney) in Carlow town in 1808 where he was a shoemaker with a shop on Burrin Street.  He emigrated to Canada about 1830.
William Bowles, probably another brother, lived in Carlow town until dying there in 1886 at age 86.  Do not know his occupation for sure but he may have been a saddlemaker.  I believe he was married and had children but have not found any records to prove that yet.
The Bowles family was all from Ballickmoyler, co. Laois but had strong repetitive connections with Carlow town and Dunleckney from the mid-1700's.
In co. Laois were tenants of the Cooper family from Newtown, Co. Carlow which is near Dunleckney so the Coopers may have been their ongoing connection to that area.

Would be interested in any Bowles/Boles information from anytime and anywhere in Carlow.  My known information is posted at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~bowlesfamily/bowles_of_carlow.htm

Tom LaPorte
09/2006
tlaporte@mts.net
BOLGER / TUITE
Hi List,
this my particular Bolger family
Thomas BOLGER. Born in 1820 in Ireland. Thomas died in Ireland Borris County Carlow, on 25 May 1901; he was 81. Parents Martin Bolger and Mary unknown Thomas married Margaret TUITE. Born in 1833. Margaret died in Ireland Borris County Carlow, on 8 Oct 1922; she was 89.
They had the following children:
i. William (1860-1935)
ii. Patrick Joseph (1864-1940) Went to Australia
iii. Martin John (1866-1913) Went To Australia
iv. Mathew (1868-1939)
v. John (1870-1907) Went to Australia
vi. Mary Anne (~1870-)
vii. James (1875-1916)
If anyone has any connection or family info I would to hear from you, I am trying to find Thomas Bolger born 1820 mothers name and if he had any Brothers or Sisters. I would love any Tuite family info as Margaret Tuite born 1833 is all I have.
regards Tricia
Western Australia
tricks500@bigpond.com
BOLGER
Hi everyone,
I am researching my Bolger family from County Carlow, I have been helped by many on this list before and I thank you. My research has taken me back to my ggggrandfather Martin BOLGER born 1789
Borris County Carlow he died 8 sept 1865 Martin Bolger married a Mary unknown she was born 1781 and died 12 march 1832 they had Thomas Bolger born 1820 died 1901 Borris County Carlow he married Margaret TUITE she was born 1833 and died 8 Oct 1922 they had
1. William b.1860 d. 1935 married unknown Hatton
2. Patrick b. 1864 d. 1940 (went to Australia)
3. MARTIN b. 1866 d. 1913 Western Australia he married Mary Markham (she was from county Clare) (this is my ggrandfather)
4.John b.1870 d. 1907 (went to Australia)
5.Mathew b. 1872 d. 1939
6. Mary Anne b. 1873 married unknown DREA
7. James b 1875 d. 1916
I am trying to locate other family for the above names BOLGER - TUITE- HATTON- DREA
I have a lot of info on the Bolgers that came to Australia but would love to know more about the BOLGER's that stayed in County Carlow. The Bolger's that stayed in County Carlow are said to have lived in the family property in Borris in the 1901 census they are found at: Electoral district of Borris, Barony of Idrone East, Parish of Ballyellin, Townland of Ballytigilea. would like to know are any records available to see who was living at this address prior to 1901 trying to see if Thomas Bolger born 1820 had any siblings , as a 2nd cousin of mine has been to the family property and has
said that Martin Bolger and wife Mary are buried on family property 1865 . Any help would be appreciated on these families and theirs.
regards Tricia (nee Bolger) Miller
Western Australia
csherid@gis.net
BOLGER / HENNESSY
Simon Bolger born abt 1840
Ellen HENNESSY married Simon BOLGER abt 1863
I have Simon Bolger and Ellen Hennessy's children born in Kilkenny.
Simon seems to be very elusive and I haven't found many Bolger's named Simon either.
This is a huge brick wall for me and I have been trying to find information for over a year now.
Kristina
09/2006
candoit@xtra.co.nz
Byrne & Goss
Am looking for families Byrne and Goss.  John Byrne married Margaret Goss and
the only child I know of is my 2nd great grandfather, John Byrne born 1836 in County Carlow and christened by a Rev. Father Gham.  I think the name Gham might be Gahan.  If it is, in 1836, he was priest in the Rathvilly Parish, town of Tullow, so that might be were they lived. 
Irene Moss
BRENNAN/MORAN
Looking for anyone who might be related to the Brennan's of Woodland, Nr Ballickmoyler. Co Laois and the Moran's of Arles area of Co Laois & Carlow c1800's.
BRENNAN's
Martin, Mark, James, Edward, William, John, Michael, Annie, Ellen, Charlotte & Margaret.
Owen & Edward Brennan; one of them may have gone to North Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts c1850.

MORAN's (Carlow town & Laois)
James, Denis, Tommy, Lizzie, Jimmy, John, & Charlotte DOWNS. (nee Moran).
For More info go to: Brennan Family Tree
Michael Brennan
BRENNAN
Town of Tullow, County Carlow  James Brennan, born about 1770, married Kitty Donahue.
A son, Patrick born about 1800, baptized on March 20, 1801 in St. Patrick's Church, came to the US and settled in Ellicottville, New York; died 1893.
Patrick married Winfred Merriman, born about 1822 in Wexford County, died 1905 in Ellicottville, New York.
We have over 240 names on our family tree, spanning eight generations and will be very grateful for additional information. Please send information about these and any other family members to:
Ann Brennan Rosati 6621 Fish Brook Run Victor, NY 14564 USA
phone: 585.924-3744 email: abrosati@rochester.rr.com
Ann Brennan Rosati
BYRNE/BURNIE/ O'CONNOR/CONNOR
Looking for connections with these names in Bagenalstown and Ballyellen
Patricia in Sydney
BRENNAN / O'NEILL
Brennan, Edward, merchant seaman. Bridget O'Neill both from Downings, Tullow, Carlow 8 children moved to Auburn, NY abt 1850's
Kathryn L. Smith
BROUGHALL
My Carlow research interest is:
BROUGHALL, Maria c 1825 - 1896 (Died Australia)
BROUGHALL, James & Eliza
Maria's Australian records give her place of origin as Carlow Ireland.
Graham Down
BYRNE
I am interested in Thomas BYRNE my ggrandfather, born Sep. 25, 1835, in Rathvilly. Also his brothers Peter BYRNE, born Jan 1839, and Michael Byrne, born Aug. 26, 1841. The father may have been Edward BYRNE.
Gene Gribbin
09/2006
ggribbin@verizon.net

 

 

BYRNE / NOLAN
BYRNE from Ballyloughan, RC Parish of Bagenalstown.
NOLAN from Ballinrush, RC Parish of Myshall.
Charles BYRNE married Johanna NOLAN about 1815. Johanna was the daughter of Edmund NOLAN and Elizabeth DOYLE. Elizabeth was from County Wexford. Charles and Johanna had Honoria, Elizabeth, Mary and Thomas. Thomas was my ancestor and emigrated to the US in 1848. I have lots of info on this family. Johanna died 1822 and Charles remarried and had at least one child.
Debbie
BRENNAN Leighlinbridge - Townland Seskin Lower. Thimothy, James and Paul relocated to areas in and around Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario, Canada. Paul Brennan (abt 1801 - 1860) and wife Mary Walsh (abt 1801 - 1857). Married Sept 20, 1820, Leighlinbridge. I believe Paul remarried a Catherine shortly after his 1st wife's death. Parents to: Thimothy (1821-1906) (relocated abt 1849 to Fallowfield, Nepean, Ontario, Canada) married Anne Kennedy in 1854, Ottawa, Carelton, Ontario, Canada.
John Brennan b:1824
Michael Brennan b: 1826
Thomas b:1832
James: B:1832. Relocated to area around Ottawa, Carleton, Canada possibly in Fallowfield or Jockvale. May have also relocated to Gatineau Valley (Gracefield) near the border of Ontario and Quebec provinces, Canada.
Married Catherine Brennan (Robert Brennan & Catherine Brady), Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, 1858.
Johanna Brennan b: 1836
Paul Brennan (1839-1893) Joined British Army (1860-1873). Settled in Dublin in 1873 and then relocated to Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario. Married Mary Murray of Dublin in 1864. Bridget b:1842

Gail Nakayama (April 2012)
gewilks@yahoo.com
BYRNE
Hi
My Great grandfather Laurence Byrne was born 1890 in Rathvilly, his father Michael Byrne and mother Mary Gorman. I believe Laurence siblings to be Garrett, Marg, Peter, Annie, Bridget & Winnie, I have no further info about this family hit my brick wall, am waiting for info to come back from Ireland, I have been informed by a great aunt that the family still live in Rathvilly my grandfathers cousin Ned Byrne. For info Laurence married Catherine Murphy also from Rathvilly born 1891 daughter of John Murphy and Maria Dougan/Duggan, known siblings Jane, Mary, Marg & Jack.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Regard
Nikki
09/2006
tom.kerr@btinternet.com

 

C

   
CARROLL, WHALEN(WHELAN), SAGRIFF, BYRNS (BYRNES)
Looking for information on these folks from the late 1700's to the early 1840's in the Clonmore/Kilabeg area of Co. Carlow, and the Hillbrook/Kilquiggen/ Carnew area of Co. Wicklow.
Matthew Carroll-Ann Byrns (Byrnes) with children named James Baptism Sept 15, 1825 sponsers William Kelly and Margo (Margaret?) Byrne, Eliza, Matthew, John, Peter, Mary, Margaret & Ann
I don't know the order but all were born and bapt between 1818 and 1837 with Peter being bapt in Kilquiggen in 1837.  This is what I have to work with, more than some, less than others.
Thanks,
Denny Carroll
guscarroll@comcast.net

 

CAVANAGH, KAVANAGH, CAVANAUGH, KAVANAUGH, KAVANNAH, 
I am searching for LAWRENCE CALVIN CAVANAGH, who died in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1920. His obituary stated he came from Ireland 60 years prior, so in 1860. He was born abt October 1837 in Ireland. His wife most likely provided that information. However, my mother, his granddaughter, said that family legend was that he came as a boy, that his parents died during the passage, that the ship went to the Grosse Ile quarantine station near Quebec, instead of to Halifax, their destination, because of disease. Another boy was said to have survived. They ran away from the French priests who were trying to assist them, worked in lumber yards in northern New England, and Lawrence Calvin Cavanagh eventually made his way to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, where relatives already lived. He had 8 daughters and no sons, so I cannot guess his father's name. He named his first daughter Mary Elizabeth, the second daughter Augusta, the third daughter was known as Frances Effie (but her name may have been Malvinah or Alvinah), then came Alice, Emma, Annie, Catherine, and Elinor. I am puzzled that a Roman Catholic family would choose CALVIN as his middle name. If anyone has women with any of these names,
especially Mary Elizabeth or Augusta, or has any information for Lawrence Calvin Cavanagh (any spelling), I would be very happy to hear about it.
Thank you in advance. Shirley
smith_shirley_ross@juno.com

 

Crawford
Crawford - Tullow - William Crawford born about 1846, reputedly in Carlow. Married Lucy Anne French (born 1850 in Monivea, Galway) in Ottawa, Canada in 1874. Parents listed as George and Margaret Crawford. William Crawford was a teacher in Ottawa. He moved to the Parry Sound area in Ontario shortly after his marriage and died in 1879 leaving his wife and two children.  There is only one Crawford in the Griffith's Valuation for Carlow and that is George Crawford living at The Course, Townland of Tullow in the parish of Tullowphelim. I think it is quite possible that this George Crawford is William's father.  I would love to hear from anyone with information or similar connections.  Marilyn
09/2006
lppm2003@yahoo.ca

 

Carr
Searching for the family of Eliza Carr, b. in Co. Carlow 8 Sep 1845.  Emigrated to Williamsport, PA, c1851.  Travelled with her father (possibly named William) and two brothers.  I find her first in Henry, Marshall Co. IL where she married James O'Malley.  They had son William (b. 1865) in Henry, son James B. (b. 1867) in Ottawa, LaSalle Co., IL, and then moved to Fairbury, IL where they settled permanently and had children Edward, Mary, Elizabeth Johanna, Matthew, Anna C., Ellen Gertrude, Grace and Peter.   I'd appreciate any information on this family.
Kathy Strickland
CARR
Eliza CARR was born in Co. Carlow 8 Sep 1845, names of parents unknown.  Her mother died in Ireland c1848.  She emigrated to the Williamsport, Pennsylvania area with her father and brothers about 1851. Married James O'Malley in Henry (Marshall Co.) Illinois on 22 Apr 1864.  Eventually settled and raised a family in Fairbury (Livingston Co.) Illinois.
Any help with this family is most welcome!
Kathy Strickland
09/2006
Strickkao@aol.com

 

Carr
It may be a long shot but the name Carr rang a bell. The father of George Bernard Shaw, of Carlow of course, was Thomas Carr Shaw which might suggest, as it then was a common (protestant?) custom, that his mothers' maiden name was Carr. Thomas Carr Shaw was born in 1832.
Bryan Clarke
CAREY / NOLAN
JOHN CAREY b abt 1855, p MICHEAL CAREY & ANNE.-----He married ALICIA  NOLAN  in CARLOW CATHEDRAL February 9/1875. residence GRAIGUE.  Witness Francis Donohue & Eliza Delaney.

Anybody know where he was Born???.
Mary (in Liverpool)
 
Mary Carey
CONNOR
Location Carlow Town (?) , Co. Carlow Date/s 1830s - 1890s
 
MAURICE CONNOR, born c1859 in Carlow, son of MARTIN CONNOR. 
Maurice married MARY ANNE DEEGAN in Carlow Cathedral on 29th May 1879, had 10 children.
MARY ANNE daughter of WILLIAM DEEGAN.
Thomas Cory
Thomas Cory
CALLEN
Devereaux ( diffrent ways have seen it spelled )
Callen / Callan, McBride, Doyle, Roache / Roach
 
Patrick / Peter Callen came to America and settled in Mauch Chunk township, Carbon Co., Pennsylvania in 1849/1850. Thomas Deveraux came in 1864 to Carbon Co., Pennsylvania. Patrick / Peter Callen's daughter Margaret Callen married Thomas Devereux in Carbon Co., Pennsylvania. Bolth are buried in Missouri, but died in Fremont Co., Colorado. Margaret in Canyon City, Fremont Co., Colorado. These families are shown in Carlow, and in Louth counties of Ireland. On Margaret Callen's side 1 of her ancestors was a McBride. 1 of her daughters remembered a grandmother or great aunt who was a McBride.
RAILRIDER503@aol.com
Cowman
Looking for Cowman, Hayden from Borris, County Carlow
Judyduffy@aol.com
Clarke
I am hoping to trace the parents of Simon/Simeon Clarke (my GGF) who was in
business in Carlow where he married Elisabeth Wilson in 1817 at St. Mary's Church of Ireland. I have a lot of information about him (mill owner, Carlow militia, churchwarden, Griffiths valuation etc) but not the key point of where he was born and who were his parents. Also looking for information on the four eldest of his eight children:
John b. 1818
Robert b. 1821
William Alexander b. 1825
Henry b. 1830
His other children were:
Henrietta b. 1832 m. -- Brown, Dublin
Charlotte b. 1836 m. Rev Horlock in England
Richard Wilson Houghton b. 1840 my grandfather
Elisabeth b. ? m. Walter Bagenal Gurly, Dublin
Bryan Clarke
Newbury
Bryan.Clarke@btinternet.com

 

CUMMINS / GREEN
I'm looking for any information on the following family:

1. George Cummins, appears in the 1825 and 1832 Tithe Applotments, living in Castlemore, Parish of Fennagh, Co. Carlow. He had at least two sons: (there may also have been George and Patrick, and daughters)
2. Owen Cummins, my ggg-gfthr, b. abt 1803, d. 1873 in Castlemore; mar. 1836 Ellen Green in RC parish of Ballon. Their children all baptized in RC Ballon:
3. George b 1837, Mathew b. 1840, Mary b. 1842, Patrick b. 1845, Jane b. 1847, Bridget b. 1849, Annie b. 1851, Michael b. 1854, Lawrence b. 1856, James b. 1858, Ellen b. 1861 Several of children moved to USA - New York City; Providence, Rhode Island; Fall River, Massachusetts
2. Michael, lived in Castlemore, wife unknown. Children:
3. Patrick m. Mary  (probably) George m1) 1858 Rose Thorpe, m2) 1867 Eliza Nurse; they lived parish of Baltinglass, Cos. Carlow/Wicklow; ch: Michael b. 1868, Patrick b. 1869, John Stephen b. 1871, Mathew b. 1873 m. 1911 Mary Eustace, George b. 1875, Eliza b. 1877 m. 1902 Michael Eustace, James b. 1878 m. in Taft, Kern Co., California, USA. Nellie Except for James, I think all others stayed in the area of Rathoe, Carlow and Castledermot, Kildare
I'd be most happy to share info with anyone with a connection. Have lots on the families in USA.

Sue Clement Visit our websites - Southern New England Irish Families
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ussnei/
- Cummins Families in County Carlow, Ireland
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cummins/
Sue Clement
CUMMINS
George CUMMINS and his wife Margaret (maiden name unknown).   George first appears in the RC parish register in Tullow in 1770, as a baptism sponsor so I would estimate his birth about 1740s. I think their first child was born 1785. Margaret may have a connection to the Maher family. They lived in the townland of Castlemore, attended the RC church at Ratthoe, part of Ballon parish, and also had connections to Tullow.
Children:
Bridget CUMMINS, b 1785; m. Stephen AUGHNEY of Roscat
Mathew CUMMINS, b. 1787, nothing known after 1816, no marriage found
Ellen CUMMINS, b. 1789; m. Denis DELANY of Tobinstown
Margaret CUMMINS, b. 1791; m. Timothy MURPHY, ? of Baltinglass
Michael CUMMINS, b. abt 1798; m. Mary KEHOE or KAHER
Owen CUMMINS, b. abt 1803; m. Ellen GREEN
Also interested and have lots of info on other CUMMINS families in Co. Carlow.
 
Sue Clement
Visit our websites
Southern New England Irish
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ussnei
Cummins Families in County Carlow, Ireland
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~cummins/
09/2006
sneirish@comcast.net
CLOWRY/BERTWISTLE
Looking for dependents of KATHERINE CLOWRY married to RICHARD BERTWISTLE .  Died in TOLEDO OH USA. They had a son named CLARENCE b in MICHIGAN.
Charlene Fick
Cuddy
Hi Folks,
I am starting to research my family name, Cuddy, who came from Tullow Street in Carlow Town and I can go back to 1880 but the trail stops there. The family business were tailors and they ran the business from 45 Tullow street , Carlow town. If anyone has any additional information I would be delighted to hear from you.
Regards,
Pat
Pat.Cuddy@ul.ie

 

Corcoran
Hi, I am relatively new to the list and have been enjoying the wealth of  information that everyone is sharing. Our links to Carlow include John Corcoran (born 1804 or 1814 - we have conflicting information on this) who married Bridget Kavanagh in 1849 in Leighlin Bridge. They came to America to Ohio around 1850. We believe that Bridget may be the daughter of Patrick and Mary Kavanagh. John, we believe is the son of Hugh and Alicia Corcoran who are buried in Leighlin Bridge. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Laura Corcoran
09/2006
gotbeef@verizon.net
 

D

   
DORAN
Hi All
I'm researching Matthew Doran from Carlow but I can't locate him on any records.  Enclosed is all I have. Can the Carlow Genealogy Project identify what townland /parish he came from and any lead on family line?  He came to US with second wife and two children.
 
1 Mr DORAN
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Children: Matthew (?1803-1863)
1.1a Matthew DORAN*[1], GG Grandfather Birth: ? 1803, Co Carlow, Ireland[2],[3],[4]  Birth Memo: 1860 Census uses ca 1805 - Co Carlow from Naturalization Certificate. Death: 16 Dec 1863, Lenox, MA[4] Death Memo: St Mary's Cemetery, Lee - 鄭t age of 60 Burial: St Mary痴 Cemetery, Lee, MA  Occ: Farmer.  In 1850 Census in Lenox. Can稚 find in 1840. In 1860 only
Matthew, William 18, and Catherine13 in Census.  Naturalized June 1856 at age 殿bout 58. Birth would have been 1798 vs
1803.[1]
William may be middle name.  Naturalized 6/4/1856 at Lenox Court of Common Pleas.
Spouse: Ona UNK  Birth: ? , ? Wexford  Death: ca 1829, Co Carlow  Death Memo: Died in Childbirth.  Marr: 1828, Wexford, Ireland
Children: Bridget (ca1928-?)
Other spouses Catherine UNK
1.1a.1 Bridget DORAN Birth: ca 1928, Co. Carlow Death: ? , Lenox, MA Spouse: Daniel 泥an SHEEHAN Sister Tanya indicates a 典homas Sheehan
Children: John
Daniel
Nellie
James
----------------SECOND WIFE--------
1.1b Matthew DORAN* (See above)
Spouse: Catherine UNK, GG Grandmother  Birth: ca 1803, Co Carlow , Ireland Birth Memo: Was 47 in 1850 Census.
Death: ? 1860, ? Lenox/Lee[5],[1] Catherine was Matthew痴 second wife. Her sister Ona was Matthew痴 first wife and had the first child Bridget. Catherine had one son in Co Carlow, Michael; five others in US. Marr: ca 1830, Wexford Or Carlow
Children: Michael (1832-1892)
Ellen 哲ellie D (?1837-?)
Rose Anne (1840-)
William (1843-?)
Margaret Ellen (1845-1903)
CATHERINE (KATE) (1846-?1917)
Other spouses Ona UNK
1.1b.1 Michael DORAN, GG Uncle Birth: 10 Sep 1832, ? Co Carlow, Ireland[6]
Birth Memo: 1832 from marriage record; Death: 18 Apr 1892, ? Where[7] Occ: Labourer
1870 Census living in Lenox - 6 children - age 40
Lime Burner
1880 census has only Michael, Mary and Henry. Naturalized; June 1856. Spouse: Mary MURPHY Birth: ? 1832, Lenox, MA
Birth Memo: From Marriage record. Age 22. Death: ? , ? Where[7]
Father: John MURPHY
Mary痴 Father John Murphy
Marr: 17 Dec 1854, Pittsfield, MA[8]
Children: Mary Jane (1856-?)
Elizabeth A 鏑izzie (1858-?)
Ellen (1860-?)
Ann (1862-?)
Catherine (Kate) (1864-)
Henry (1867-?)
William
 
Thanks
Jack Keating
jkeating2@comcast.net
DOYLE/CONROY 
My G-Grandfather, Michael Doyle was born at Ballykealy in 1816, son of Michael and Mary Dowling/Doolin. He married Mary Conroy, of Ballymogue, at Ballon, in 1843. Michael and Mary, with son, Michael, emigrated to America in 1846, settled first in New Jersey and in 1850 moved to Winchester, Illinois. Two of Michael's brothers, James and Hugh emigrated about 1849 to New York and settled in Westminster, Maryland. I can account for most of the descendants of Michael and Mary, but have lost the trail on the Maryland branches. At least one sister, Mary Katherine, also emigrated, and settled in Winchester after marrying Francis O'Brien. A brother, Yhomas remained at Ballykealy and died there in 1869. Michael's other three brothers and two sisters are not accounted for at all.
 --Pat--
JWDoyleJr@aol.com

 

DOYLE/CONROY/LECKY
DOYLE of Ballykealy Townland near Ballon.
CONROY of Ballymogue Townland near Ballon.  Mary Conroy married Michael Doyle at Ballon in 1843.
LECKY of Ballykealy Townland.  The Leckys were a Quaker family of prominent Carlow gentry.  John James Lecky built Ballykealy House about 1831. Ballykealey Country House & Restaurant, Ballon, Co. Carlow, Republic of Ireland,  "The Real Doyles lived at Ballykealy house and had a farm at the back of it" per Father MacSuibhne in Ballon and Rathoe (P.112).  The Doyles and Leckys were related through the marriage of Thomas Doyle and Mary Lecky at Kilconner in 1776, per IGI.
 
JWDoyleJr@aol.com
DEEGAN/ DOYLE/NOLAN 
Hi
Looking for Charlotte and or Harriet Doyle, Married my Gt Gt Grandfather Patrick Deegan in Dublin, possibly around 1860-65c.... Charlotte/Harriet were supposedly from County Carlow.
Patrick Deegan born in Laois.... My Gt Grandfather (son) was born in Dublin in 1873 and it shows Harriet Doyle as his mother.... the other children were Patrick Daniel and Catherine.
The family moved to Salford, England when my Gt Grandfather was a young boy. Could be looking between 1878 to 1888. Possibly found on the 1891 England census but mother is down has Charlotte Doyle??????? Mr Gt Gt Grandfather and Grandmother Thomas and Julia Nolan both born 1845c and could possibly be from Tipperary...Both moved to Enlgand, not sure when?
Only information I have.
Mandie
AMANDAN8@aol.com

 

DOYLE / LILLIS
John Doyle & Bridget Lillis (her father was Patrick Lillis mother Bridget Kinsella), John & Bridget were married in the Chapel of Bagenalstown in 1869, and lived in Ballymoon, also lived in Bagenalstown, Carlow, Ireland. John Doyle and Bridget Lillis had several other children. The brothers of John Doyle were Patrick Doyle, born 1872, Joseph, born 1874 in Kilcarrig, a Hugo/Hugh, Peter, and James.
Any help is most appreciated. Thank you.
Elaine Marchisi
10/2006
emarchisi@gmail.com
DUNNE
Patrick Dunne marr. Catherine Roach/Roche sometime 1830-1833 in Bunclody, Newtownbarry, Carlow... they immigrated to Canada, Smith Falls, Lanark County, Ontario sometime in the late 1840's. they had 6
children I know of:
Thomas, 1834
Patrick, 1837
James, 1840
Michael, 1843
Margaret, 1845
Ann, 1847
Patrick died in 1850 according to an obit of one of his sons.. was when his mother Catherine moved the family to Wellington County, Burrell Line, Peel Township...
Anyone else looking at this family?
Carol
radford2@bellsouth.net

 

DARCY / MURPHY/
HOLMES / BYRNE
My surnames are as follows:
DARCY--Rathneegerath, Drumfea, Knockadrane, Myshall R.C. parish
MURPHY--the same
HOLMES--the same
BYRNE--the same
These four families intermarried during the early 19th century and the lines become quite confused. My ancestors, Murt Darcy & Catharine Murphy, were married in Myshall R.C. Church (probably Drumfea Chapel) in 1835 per parish record.
Darcy females married into the Holmes and Byrne lines, about the same time.

Michael:
Tom Reed reporting in from New Castle, Delaware, USA. Still working on DARCY and MURPHY, but am also chasing collateral STAPLETON relatives as well. Query: the surname "D'arcy" doesn't show up on the 17th century list of original Carlow landholders - could it be that the Darcy family groups moved to Carlow sometime after Cromwell confiscated all the land from another county, say Kilkenny, Wicklow or Wexford there the surname is quite common.
Please note my E-mail address change; tjreed@mail.widener.edu
09/2006
Tom Reed
DOYLE/MCDONNELL
Peter Doyle married Ellen (Eleanor) McDonnell in Clonegal (?) abt 1830.
They came to Chicago in 1848.  Their children were - Eliza, Mary, Ann, James, Bridget and Austin.  All born in Ireland except Austin who was born in Chicago. Peter was the son of James Doyle and Ann Burns.  Ellen McDonnell was the daughter of Austin McDonnell and Eliza Byrne.
Eileen Beales Johnson
DORAN / DOYLE
Do you have anything on a John DORAN born 26 Mar. 1800 in Borris - or on his parents Philip DORAN, born in Ireland and Mary DOYLE born Ireland?
Gayle Fuller
DONNELLY / COSTIGAN
Looking for any DONNELLY names in Ballinakill, Co. Laois and Carlow Town.  I have a John DONNELLY (shoemaker) and family in Carlow between c. 1830-1848.   He married Elizabeth COSTIGAN 1826 at Ballinakill. Looking for the baptism of his eldest son Patrick DONNELLY about 1826-1830.
Jane Coop
Doyle / O'Connor
Seeking info on John O'Connor and his wife Bridget Doyle from Clonmore Parish, Ballyduff, County Carlow.  Bridget was born @ 1820 and she and her children (without John) ended up in Portland ME on May 22, 1873.   Bridget and John's children included Patrick, Henry, Catherine, Edward (his name changed to Connor) who remained in Portland, and Michael, James, Timothy and John who moved to the Boston area.  Bridget's sister, Catherine, also emigrated to Portland and married a Mr. Melaugh.
hanks
Susan in GA
neodane@alltel.net

 

DORSEY
I am researching the ancestors & siblings of Murt DORSEY (a/k/a DARCY) b. 1814 in Rathnageragh, d. 1883, Washington Co., NY, USA, 1883 and Catherine MURPHY his wife b. ca. 1812 d. 1886 Saratoga Co., NY USA. Related families may include BYRNE and STAPLETON.
T. J. Reed
New Castle, Delaware, USA
tjr0001@mail.widener.edu

 

Delaney
Looking for Peter (Patrick) Delaney and wife Ann from Carlow circa 1820. Immigrated to Manchester/Warrington prior to 1841.
Terry Hill
09/2006
babas_baubles@sympatico.ca
 
Donohoe/Mahan
Thomas Donohoe (O'Donoghue) born c 1810 Carlow
Wife Hanorah Mahan born c 1815 Carlow. Son Thomas born c 1838 John born c 1843. Alice born c 1846 Came to Ontario c 1850
ヌharlie
DOWLING Edward Dowling Graigcullen, Killeshin, Carlow Deceased March 11, 1969 K.dowling@roadrunner.com This is my grandfather on my fathers side. I would like to find out his parents names. I have a number of relatives here in the states from Carlow. I can send you their names if you would like. Thanks very much for any help you can offer. -- Sincerely,

Kevin M. Dowling

Kevin M. Dowling
 

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