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Al Beagan's "Genealogy Notes" ©1996

 of Killinkere Parish, Co. Cavan

Last up-dated 4/1/2007


July 6, 1761 Thomon Mulloy of parish of Killicare (probably parish of Killinkere) et Marian Moy-- of this parish . Wit, Patricus Brady,Gerenuo Moyonagh et Joanne Mulloy. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

May 25, 1763 Thomom Farelly of parish Killeen et Brigita Healy. Wit. Mathes Healy, Jacobo Sheridan et Luca Healy. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

May 27, 1763 Patricum Birrine of parish of Killkeen et Susanna Cainhine of this parish . wit. Joanne Cainhine, Catharina ---ard, Bernado Gibny. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

June 13, 1763 Antonis Smith, vicor, wed Shomam Brady of the parish of Killanne et Annam McCabe of this parish Wit. Gulielma Smith, Joanne McCabe. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

June , 1763 Jacobum Moynagh et Catharinam Moynagh 3rd (cousins) consanguinitatis. wit. Christophors Moynagh et Anna Read of Killikeer parish et Catherinam --------- of this parish . Wit. Christophoro, Anna Reilly. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Feb. 17, 1764 _________parish of Killikeer et Cathrinam _______. wit. Bernardo ---------- et Nicholes Clercan. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Feb 20, 1764 Georg-- Fitzimons of parish of Killincare et Mariam Reilly this parish . Wit. Michaele Reilly, Cornenelio Maguire, Joanne Fitzsimons. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Jan 17, 1765 Antonio Smith, vicar, wed Andreoam Smith of the parish of Killane and Mariam Coyle of this parish. Wit. Carolo Fitzsimons, Patrico Coyle. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Feb. 4, 1765 Patricio Masterson, vicar of this parish et Joannio Makiernan, pastor of Killinkere wed Jacobum Coyle of this partish to Mariam Macdonnel of the parish of Killinkere. Wit. Patricio Mccabe & Andrean Smith. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

August 1769 Eugonis Macabe wed Alexandre- Plunkett of Killiker & Joanne Daly. Wit. Catha & Carolo Daly. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Feb. 1770 Thom: Roarke of Killinkeare wed Brigo Connell. Wit. Philipo Connell & Elisab: Rodan. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

Feb. 1770 Misailem Keirnan of Killinkear wed Annam Comay. Wit. Joanne Maclean & Philipo Comay. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

June 14, 1770 Flood wed Philipum Brady of Killinkare & Cathrinam Brady of Lorgan. Wit. Laurentio Brady & Patritio Smith. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134) Research interest of william.smith@spcorp.com

May (1765?) (This date is questionable, check the film) ------Farelly of the parish of Killeen _______ Brigida Healy____ Matheos Healy, Jacobo Sheridan & Luca Healy. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

May 27 (1765?) (This date is questionable, check the film) _________ parish of Killikeen et diocese Mi------ _______ Cainhine of this parish. _____anna Cainhine of this parish. Catharina Eirard, Bernardo Gibny. Catholic marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

1833 "TERRY Elizabeth born about 1833 county unknown - Father a policeman died between 1855 - 1865 -Mother Violette - Have a record of George TERRY 2nd class 1 Sept 1837County Cavan Post Town Virginia" Nancy Payst7@aol.com

Dec. 1842 Maria, vidua Farrally de Killakeer Deaths in Lurgan Parish (LDS film 926134)

The following records of the marriages of LOVES' from Carnalynch townland were extracted, by the local LOVE descendant contacted by Lyn Casey in 1970, from the records of the C of I Killinkere Parish Church:-

19.11.1846 Anne Love, (dau. of Samuel Love, Carnalynch) to John Fleming

14.12.1850 Elizabeth Love (dau. of Samuel Love) to William McCully

27.02.1852 Maria Love (dau. of Samuel Love) to George McQuade

16.06.1852 Anne Jane Love (a.24)(dau. of Samuel Love) to William Love (a.25)(son of John Love, Carnalynch)

13.12.1854 Thomas Love (son of John Love) to Eliza Kellett.

24.03.1855 Margaret Love (a.25) (dau. of John Love, Carnalynch) to Francis Soden (a.24)" Contributed by John Raymond raymond1@eis.net.au

July 5, 1856 "Phillipum Smyth & Elisebeth Carrol of Gallon (Killinkere?). P------- Smyth and Marie Carrol." (LDS film 926134 Catholic marriages in Lurgan Parish)

August 21, 1856 "Brien Sullivan & (no first name) Farrelly of Killeckeer?. Pat Farrelly & Ann -------.." (LDS film 926134 Catholic marriages in Lurgan Parish)

March 8, 1859 "#49 Eugene Clarke of Killincer & Hanna Smith of Lismeen. Testes Bernard & Margaret Reilly." Marriages in Lurgan parish (LDS film 926134)

The following records of the marriages of LOVES' from Carnalynch townland were extracted, by the local LOVE descendant contacted by Lyn Casey in 1970, from the records of the C of I Killinkere Parish Church:-

 2.02.1864 Hannah Love (dau. of Samuel Love) to James Clarke

18.04.1865 James Love (son of John Love) to Elizabeth Boyle Contributed by John Raymond raymond1@eis.net.au

Feb. 17, 1872 "Atlanta Ga Febr. 17th 1872

Mrs. Patrick O'Reilly

 New York.

My dear Sister,

With a sad heart I write you these few lines to-day.

Poor Kate is no more! She died on board of the steamer which was to bring her to her new home. She began to feel unwell on

Friday with Cramp Colits; and in spite of all medical~efforts, grew worse and worse;until Sunday morning at 4 o'clock when

she breathed her last. We were then still at sea and I implored the captain not to bury her in the waves but wait till we

would reach Savannah. He complied at first with my request. We kept her body in ice for 24 hours, when I was informed

that it was no longer possible to keep her'on board. We then had the sad duty to perform to trust her last remains to the

bosom of the sea.

We were five days at sea, two days longer than usual. It was very rough.

To tell you what I suffer would be impossible. No words can depict the state of my feelings. I feel as though:I was demented

and hardly realize my wretched situation.

Your own feelings can better than anything else give you an adequate idea of this my terrible affliction.

Strange to say she from the very first moment we got on board apprehended some calamity and often said she never would

arrive alive on land. She, requested me to send you all her affects. I shall do so by express next week.

Good bye, my dear Sister, I cannot write more at present

Your unfortunate & affectionate Brother

Joseph Lanier

care 0f Christian Kontz

Atlanta Ga." Contributed by stevoo@patmedia.net

 

Sept. 17, 1873 "Thought this letter might interest you. It was written to my GGreat Grandmother Ann Trainor by her Brother Bernard in 1873.

Her last address was 1094 Pacific Street, Brooklyn, NY)

  The Following letter was Transcribed by Kate Reilly Beckelman, it was dated September 17 1873, Termon, Ireland:

 "Dear Sister

I take the liberty of writting these fiew lines to you hoping to find you and your husband and family in good health as this leaves us all in at present thanks be to god for his blessing bestowed to us all. Dear sister John OReilly wrote to me that he was talking to you which I was over joyed to hear from you been alive as james long told me that he was at your funeral which caused me to shead a many a tear thank God it was all false cosin catrine Traynor sent your adress to me as I wrote for it she told me to send it to Mrs OReilly and it leaves me uneasy to hear from you is your husband Patrick OReilly alive and if he is I hope you and him will Join in writting to me as soon as you get this letter as I think it as long as my life to hear from yous.

It is eighteen years ago since we parted and I wonder you never wrote to me since we parted and I did not know where to write to you and you know I thought more of you than all the sisters and brothers I had and will until deth. Let me know how is fransis O Reilly and his family and fransis Morgan and family and all my Unkles family that is there. I live still in my Unkles house I was taking in by coming home by mother and brother the gave me none of the land and coxed all the money the could from me first thank god I got a long well since and looks as well as when i left you and is contented with my family my daughter is married three years and happened in a good place and has two of a family the oldest a boy and the other a girl. let me know how many family have you there names

The blight came on the potatoes this year as usual. John O Reilly is in bad health this long time but he is something better. I was sorry to hear the death of Catrine May the Lord have mercy on her soul. Rev Father Terence is alive and well and has two curets we have a grand slated chapple. let me know is that country better or worse since I was there. It is my son that wrote this letter for me his age is fifteen years of age

  Bernard Traynor

I hope you will write as soon as you get this letter as I long to hear from you

No more at present but remains your affectionate brother till death-

  We join in sending our love and best respects to yous all

 

  Owen Traynor Sally Traynor

  Bernard Traynor"

Contributed by stevoo@patmedia.net

 

The following records of the marriages of LOVES' from Carnalynch townland were extracted, by the local LOVE descendant contacted by Lyn Casey in 1970, from the records of the C of I Killinkere Parish Church:-

 6.02.1877 Mary Love (dau. of Thomas Love) to William Ormiston

27.12.1901 Mary Anne Love (dau. of William Love) to Thomas Smyth

Contributed by John Raymond raymond1@eis.net.au

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