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       County Galway Surname List (Caa-Czz)
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               Page last updated Thursday, 11 October 2012

Welcome to the County Galway Surname List. These Surnames are currently
being researched in the Galway area on the West Coast of the Republic of
Ireland. These surnames are listed with their researchers' e-mail or postal
addresses to assist in making connections with researchers with similar
interests.

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CADDY/CADY - See also KEADY

CADDY, Galway; 1800+, Mrs Jenny MacKay 165 Chapman Valley Road
Waggrakine Geraldton Western Australia 6530 Australia, jabol@wn.com.au

CADWELL - (My great grandfather- Thomas CADWELL was born in Galway in
1821 and moved sometime to England. I would appreciate any information at all
regarding any CADWELLs living in Galway. ), Paul Burr, burrhouse@screaming.net

CADY - (Patrick CADY and Cathrine DONU(?UN)ELLY resided @ Laurel
(?H?)(?I?E?) Galway Jan.21, 1866 Daughter Margaret married Peter HEINBOCK on
same day in Queen Co, New York witnessed by daughter Mary. Will be making my
2nd trip to Ireland and would like to find my relatives), Mary Harrigan,
Yramharr@aol.com

CADY (KEADY), West County Galway, RC parishes Galway City through
Kilcummin, 1800-1860s, (Matthias KEADY (or CADY) m. Catherine CURRAN in
Galway during the 1850s, immigrated to Portland Maine late 1850s with baby
daughter Mary, in 1870s to Minnesota. Possibly from Moycullen RC parish - line of
Matthias KEADYs there. Have much US data including photos.), Pat Cady Eaton,
d1eaton@comcast.net
CAFFERKY/CAFFERKEY - (Patrick CAFFERKY married Honor McHALE on
10th Jan. 1856 in Keel, Achill Island, Mayo. He was a scripture reader with the Irish
Church Mission. They had 13 children but I can only find 12. He worked in Galway:
Moyrus, Roundstone, Clifden and Streamtown 1860-1880. Children: Mary Ann,
Daniel, ?, Anna Caroline, Edward James, Clara Frances, William George, Elisabeth,
Olivia Laura, Edith Sophia, Irene Florence, Lydia Louise, Alfred Harold. Any info /
descendants appreciated.), Col Cafferky, colldoll@aapt.net.au

CAHALIN - (Martin CAHALIN born circa 1845/1848, Galway, married Mary
KILMARTIN, Clontuskert RCC, Kiltormer, Ballinasloe 1878, when living Ganaveen.
Parents may be Martin CAHALIN Snr., and possibly Ellen BURKE. Wanting to
confirm parentage and where born also any siblings.), Heather Baldwin,
HABaldwin@aol.com, 14 Cranborne Gardens, Upminster, Essex. RM14 2YT.
England.

CAHILL, Kilchreest, Loughrea, County Galway, 1700-1900, (Patrick CAHILL abt
1792-13 March 1874; Mathew CAHILL 1833-aft 1901 + spouse Mary GRADY
1840-aft 1901; Blacksmiths.), Tom Vitelli, chiappino@aol.com

CAHILL - (Thomas CAHILL m Sarah SKEHILL Gort Galway 17 Mar 1855 arrived
Moreton Bay Queensland Australia Jan 1856. Father of Thomas Patrick CAHILL and
mother Bridget O'LOUGHLIN.), Barbara Robinson, bro51909@BIGPOND.NET.AU

CAHILL, Annaghdown, c. 1860, (My great grandfather was James William CAHILL
son of Thomas CAHILL and Bridget FEENEY of Annaghdown and he left with his
brothers?/cousins? to seek gold in Australia and NZ. He married Ellen FORD
daughter of James FORDE and Mary CAHILL (any relationship?) before leaving
Ireland and they had a son, Thomas? whom they left in Ireland possibly with
grandparents.), Anne Devereux, jad@earthlight.co.nz

CAHILL - (Michael CAHILL, born around 1805, married Bridget. They had 4
children: Mary Ann, b.c. 1829 (m. Martin CONNORS), Martin, b.c. 1832 (m. Julia
Flaherty), Elizabeth, b.c. 1834 (m. Matthew FALLON), and Michael, b.c. 1838 (m.
Bridget Dunne). The family was in Lee, Massachusetts by 1852 and all children
except Mary Ann later moved to Wisconsin (Elizabeth and Martin to Stevens Point,
Michael to Waukesha). In his obituary in 1882, Martin is described as born in
"Balnamore, Galway," perhaps a reference to Ballinamore Bridge on the R363 west of
Ballyforan), Richard Sherman, rmsalp@gmail.com

CAHIRUN or CATIRUN - (I am trying to find out my gr.grandmothers surname it
looks like CAHIRUN or CATIRUN her first name was Catherine and she came from
Kerry to London between 1861 and 1865 her and my gr.grandfather were married in
Kerry he was Daniel O'SULLIVAN fron Cork, he was born around 1832 Catherine
1834 they went to London after the first born he was also a Daniel they went to live in
London and were at 38 Blue Anchor Alley London and had three more children my
grandfather being one of them.), Mauren Holden, tramp2@dcsi.net.au

CAIN - See also KANE, KAIN, KEANE
CAIN/KAIN/KEANE - (Looking for information on above family name in
Ahascragh and killosolan R.C parish Galway around 1850.), Tony Cain,
tonycain@fsmail.net

CALDWELL, Killybegs, pre-1860, Catholic, Rod Warnock,
rwarnock@ozemail.com.au

CALLAGHY - (Michael CALLAGHY or any CALLAGHY'S from County Galway,
Ireland. May have married Margaret KELLY whose parents were Denis KELLY and
Ann CONWAY.), Bunny, R018gt65@aol.com

CALLAGHY/CALLAGY/CALLIGY, Turloughalanger townland and Athenry
town, 1820-1880, Thomas Callaghy, tcallagh@sas.upenn.edu

CALLAHAN/COLAHAN - (Annie Mary CALLAHAN/COLAHAN, dau. Patrick &
Mary (CURLEY) COLAHAN, Ballinasloe. b. 1843. Married Michael F.
HANEY/HEANEY. Emigrated to Mass., then NYC.), Mary Nahon Galgan,
galgan@attglobal.net, 2910 Barkely Avenue, Bronx, NY 10465-2616

CALLAHAN/ COLLOHAN - (I am interested in the families of Thomas
HARDIMAN,born in Galway in the early 1800`s.He married a Bridget CALLAHAN
(or Bridie COLLOHAN) in 1860. They had 8 or 10 children who grew to adulthood
in Galway. Then most of them moved to the United States in the late 1890`s and one
Joseph Hardiman moved to Worcester, Mass.), Mary Holcomb,
holcombmary@hotmail.com, 2727 Mohawk Dr. Amarillo,Texas 79109

CALLAN - (Mary Elizabeth CALLAN born: March 9, 1861. Emigrated to America
with brother (William?)), galwayceol@verizon.net

CALLANAN, Aughrim/Ballinasloe, 1820's to 1850's, (Anne CALLANAN, born c.
1820. Sister of Matthew and Elizabeth CALLANAN. Married to Francis HILLARY
of Ballinasloe in the R.C. Chapel of Aughrim on 13 July 1837. Witnesses: John
Hillary and Letitia Smyth. Children: John, b. Nov. 1838 Godparents: John HILLARY
and Elizabeth CALLANAN; Francis b. June 1842 Godfather: Matthew CALLANAN;
Johanna b. June 1845 Godparents: John HILLARY and Margaret CALLAGY(?);
Maria b. Oct. 1847, Godparents: James FOX and Anne BURKE. All Baptisms took
place in Kilconnell or Aughrim R.C. Chapels. Anne CALLANAN HILLARY is
believed to have died around 1865 when her two daughters emigrated to the United
States. Johanna came to the home of her cousin John F. DUNN in New York City.
Maria went on to Santa Rosa, California. John HILLARY went into the British or
Indian Army. Frank stayed in Galway and became a school teacher. He married
Henrietta BENNETT in Aughrim and they had one child, Gertrude Ellenora
HILLARY, b. Jan. 1877 in Aughrim.) John Gill, jmgjpg@aol.com

CALLANAN, Kilconnell - Ballinasloe area, 1800s, Eibhlin, welbrigg@sympatico.ca

CALLANAN - (I am looking for family of James F. Callanan who migrated to the
USA in 1884 from Co. Galway Ireland. He brought His Wife Mary (BARETT) and
sons James, William, John and Daughters Cathrine (age 2) and Mary. If you can help
or direct me please let me Know.), Denise Kreilich grandnanny1@msn.com
CALLANAN - (I am hoping to find any connection to gg grandfather John
CALLANAN. He was born in Ireland but I dont know where. According to all the
records of surname locations Galway has/had one of the largest populations of
CALLANANs. My gggrandfather came to the US I am assuming, some time in the
1850's and was married in St. Louis, MO in June of 1857. On his marriage cert it
stated that his parents names were John CALLANAN and Mary CONNELL. His wife
was Mary Ann McCUE/McHUGH and her parents were listed as Patrick
McCUE/McHUGH and Mary DONAHOE. Mary Ann was also born in Ireland, but I
have no idea where. They had 5 children: John, Ellen, Patrick, Martin and Mary. Any
information anyone could pass along would be greatly appreciated as I have hit an
unbelievable brick wall.), Kathy B, kathy4610@hotmail.com

CALLANAN – (I am looking for any information concerning my grandfather,
Michael Joseph CALLANAN. He was born in Emlagh, County Galway on September
18, 1882. He was the son of Patrick CALLANAN and Celia CLARKE. I don’t know
when he left Ireland to come to the states.), Meg Cavanaugh, pmkcav@yahoo.com

CALLANAN – (James MARTIN and B. CALLANAN, Known children: Margaret
Henrietta MARTIN (b. abt. 1845 Galway, d. 1910 New York City), Veronica
Catherine MARTIN (b. abt. 1845 Galway, d. 1889 New York City). They immigrated
to the US in 1863.), Gay Castle, castleoaks@comcast.net

CALLERAN - (Catherine CALLERAN born Galway about 1863, to Thomas
CALLERAN and Kate CALLERAN (nee CALDYER). Catherine died in New
Zealand in 1917, she had been in New Zealand for 40 years at the time of death.),
Kirsty, kabba_kabba@excite.com

CAMEAN - (I am searching for the origin of the surname CAMEAN, from Province
of Connacht , in Ireland. Also CAMEAN in Inverness Scotland.), Beatriz Souto
Camean, basenji-dongato@hotmail.com

CAMBELL - (My Great Grand Parents came from Ireland. John MULHERIN and
Hannah CAMBELL born in Ireland. Son James Cornelious Mulherin and wife
Hannah Gildea both claim to be born in Ireland, James 1843 and Hannah in 1845.
Don't know what county but suspect Galway, Donegal or Mayo. Don't know if John
and Hannah came over for sure or when. James C. and Hannah were married and here
prior to 1867 as their oldest child was born in Stockton, PA. USA. Trying to find
where they are from as I am planning to visit next year.), Joseph Cavill,
JoeCavill@att.net

CAMPBELL, Galway, before 1862, Emma Bertram, maritime@itl.net

CAMPBELL - (Patrick CAMPBELL and Elizabeth KEARY (CAREY)
CAMPBELL; Child Maria born April 10, 1865 and registered in City of Galway
records. Looking for birth of Michael - younger brother circa 1870-71, who later
married Bridget GAHAGAN in the 1890s, Parish Caltra, Galway, who was the
daughter of Timothy GAHAGAN and Ellen Timothy GAHAGAN. Parish Ahascragh,
Galway, 1860s-70s.), Peg Campbell, peg823@earthlink.net
CAMPBELL - (Lewis Henry CAMPBELL born 1783 St.Nicholas Galway. Looking
for parents and siblings descendants. Any information on family and area will be very
much appreciated.), Ann Wiles, ann@hartingdale.com.au

CAMPBELL - (Patrick CAMPBELL b. 27 February 1883 M. Mary Josephine
McDERMOTT, 22 October 1910. His parents were William CAMPBELL & Bridget
Marooney, unknown. Her parents were Edward McDERMOTT and Margaret
EARNER.) , Bill Shanks, grumpbil@bigpond.net.au

CAMPBELL - (In Nashville, TN, USA there is a tombstone for: Daniel
CAMPBELL, Born in Co Galway, Ireland, Died Feb. 19, 1891, Aged 78 Years, and
Nora CAMPBELL, Born in Co. Galway, Ireland, Died August 25, 1905, Aged 86
years. I need ANY information on this line. I do have reference to Nora's maiden
name as FOGARTY with her father's name as Patrick FOGARTY.), Martha
Campbell, mlcwrc@bellsouth.net, Paris, TN, USA

CANAVAN - (Looking for any relatives whom are decended from the John NEE and
Bridget CANAVAN family of Cashal. Nine daughters were born to this union from
1865 to 1885. Hannah married Thomas CANAVAN; Winnifred, married John
JOYCE; Mary married Peter CANAVAN; Delia, married Martin KING; Margaret,
married Michael HENRY; Annie, married John MATHEY; and Barbara, Patrick
CLOHERTY. The family was in the fishing trade on Bertraghboy Bay, Co Galway.),
Tom Allen, tktc@netmdc.com

CANAVAN - (Ballynakill Parish 1850s-1890s. Michael CANAVAN married Bridget
RIBBON (daughter of Michael RIBBON and Bridget WELCH) on 11 Sept
1874...They had at least 4 children - Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Mary (Maria) and Patrick.
Michael died in 1880s and Bridget brought her children to MA/USA.),
Lizc719@yahoo.com

CANAVAN - (Betty CANAVAN of County Galway was married to Hugh
O'MALLEY and had two daughters, Honore born 1806, and Margaret born c 1822
and probably other children. Betty CANAVAN was said to be the daughter of John
CANAVAN and Mary LOWERY. John CANAVAN was said to be the son of
Michael CANAVAN and Honore BURKE.), Sally Gray, openc2@aol.com

CANAVAN - (I believe that my GG Grandfather Michael James CANAVAN born in
Tuam, Galway in 1851-2. James had two brothers, Edward J. CANAVAN and Patrick
J. CANAVAN. James came to the United States in 1870. He made his way out West
to Denver, Colorado and became one of the earliest members of the Volunteer Fire
Department. He then made his way to Leadville, Colorado where he had a large
tailoring establishment. He met and married Miss Mary WALSH {she was originally
from Claremorris, County Mayo}. He then came to Ouray, Colorado in 1888 and my
family has been here ever since. James went back to Ireland to bring his two brothers'
to America. Edward came to Ouray, while Patrick went to Evanston, Illinois. James
parent's names were Michael or John CANAVAN and Bridget GALLAGHER. I am
also looking for information on Patrick GANNON and Anna CANAVAN. Both of
them were born in Tuam, County Galway.), Michael Canavan, mcanavan@gwe.net,
Post Office Box 384, Ouray, Colorado 81427 USA
CANAVAN - (Searching for photographs of my Grandparents Katheleen and Martin
CANAVAN. My Father's name was Patrick CANAVAN, he had brother Martin,
Sisters, Maroy, Christine (married name McCABE) Beatrice Jane, and Kathleen.
Does anyone know anything about my extended family?), Linda Wallace,
wallacelin1@tiscali.co.uk

CANAVAN - (Patrick CANAVAN born 1837 in Ireland - probably Galway. Married
Catherine BURKE also of Ireland. Married approx 1869. Emigrated to Widnes, near
Liverpool. Four children, one of whom, Ellen, married Martin GIFF (born 1859 in
Galway near Ballinasloe) in 1883. They emigrated to America in same year.),
MJPG@TRIAD.RR.COM

CANAVAN - (Bartholomew & Bridget CANAVAN married Nancy COOKE &
Redman COOKE, respectively, in 1828, Moyrus, Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland.
Contact from anyone with knowledge of these couples would be appreciated.), Diane
Brennan, alnabroone@cox.net

CANAVAN, Liam (William) b. abt 1840 married Mary KANE IN 1860 Moyrus
Parish, Ardmore, Co. Galway. Many of their 10 children immigrated to Boston area
USA. Children: Mary died young. Brigit m. Patrick CANAVAN, other family. Patrick
m. Mary QUIRK of Craudwell, E. Galway, in Boston about 1902. [This is my family
line]. Coleman never married. Kate m. McDONOUGH. Una m. COUGARTY in
Ireland. Sarah. Thomas - granddaughter, Sally McKEUN [sp.?]. Maggie m.
MULKERN in Ireland, divorced, name returned to Canavan. Andrew m. unknown -
nine children :Thomas, Mary, Catherine, Margaret, Joseph, Helen, Anna ,
William,Barbara, [3 living in 2006: Helen, Joe and Bill].), Sue Canavan,
canavania@comcast.net

CANNAN - See also CANNON, KEENAN

CANNAN – Patrick CANNAN born circa 1811 Kinvarra Galway (father John). Son
Patrick born abt 1833 migrated to Australia 1851 on the Emperor. At that time his
father Patrick senior was already living in Australia on the Darling Downs in
Queensland . His mother Mary DUNN remained in Kinvarra until she migrated to
Australia in 1855 on the Exodus. Mary’s parents Timothy and Mappy (COYN) were
deceased at that time and her sister Winifred was living in Australia at Surrey Hills.
Winifred DUNN migrated to Australia on the Bolton in 1853. Warren Randolph,
randgen@mailcan.com, PO Box 373 Sunnybank Qld 4109 Australia .

CANNAN - (I'm looking for information on John CANNAN. His son Patrick
CANNAN was born 1811 in Galway and his grandson Patrick CANNAN born 1834
in Kinvarra. CANNAN is my grandmother's name.), Alan Francis. -
glenjohn@hotkey.net.au

CANNING – (Do you have any record of a family CANNING living in Galway in
the 1890's? The mother, Emily (b. 1853 in Barnsley, Yorkshire), left Galway between
1899 (when her eldest surviving son, Walter Herbert, died in Liverpool aged 18) and
1901 when her name and those of her other sons appear in the 1901 census in a
household in Toxteth Park, Liverpool. Emily's husband (first name unknown) died in
Galway in 1896 leaving her with seven sons at the time. The family left for Cape
Town in 1902/3.), James Gardener, jbgardener@btinternet.com

CANNON - See also CANNON, KEENAN

CANNON- (Michael CANNON born 1872 in Roscommon. Married Mary (Molly)
REILLY not sure of what year. Emigrated to New York 1901 or 1902.), Cathie
Dennington, CDenn9288@aol.com

CANNON - (Mary CANNON married Martin FORDE, had maybe 2 Daug Nora &
Winnie. Nora was born in Athenry in 1893.), Sandra Mullen, Ironpool@aol.com

CANNON - (CANNON Family early 1800's Galway Parents: Lorence and Judith
CANON (one "n" in middle). Children: Marcelin, Martin Ansil, John, Thomas, and
possibly Margaret. Male children spelled names CANNON. Martin Ansil (b. 1812)
married Marcelin's widow, Marie Woods. Marie and Marcelin had at least one
daughter together, before his death. (Marie and Martin Ansil show up in Ascension
Parish, Louisians Catholic Church records as of 1845, when their first child is born.)
John (b. about1820) married Catherine MAURIN (b.1834) (show up on 1860 census
of Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA) Both are listed as born in Galway. Thomas dies
in 1849 in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA and is listed in Church death record as
"a native of Rescomer (Roscommon) County". I am not sure where to look for these
folks in Galway. Any clue as to a starting place would be greatly appreciated! ), Heidi
D. Streetman, hstman@earthlink.net

CANNON - (John CANNON married Marjorie McBRIDE in Ireland, they had a
child, Susan CANNON, who married a Francis or John KENNEDY in Ireland. The
son of Susan Cannon KENNEDY, George F. KENNEDY, emigrated to US in 1869.
Seeking specific origin of CANNON’s, McBRIDE’s.) , George Kennedy,
gskennedy@comcast.net.au

CANNON – (I am in search of the CANNON Family of Inishbofin, Galway, Ireland.
Thomas CANNON b 1867 married Nora Agnes WARD. From what I understand
they had 3 children Mary M.; Mary B and John J. They all came to America and lived
in San Francisco, California. Any information on the CANNON Family of Inishbofin
would be greatly appreciated.), Pat Frey, pafrey@comcast.net

CANNON/CANNING – (My ggg-grandparents John born c. 1807 and Ellen born c.
1814 CANNON left Co. Galway between 1843 - 1849 with their 3 children: John
(1838) Patrick (1841) and Bridget (1843). Travelling with them was John's younger
brother Thomas CANNON (1821). They settled in Willenhall, Staffs and their family
grew with three more children in Staffordshire: - Mary (1949), James (1850) and
Edward (1857). From 1861 the family changed their name to FINON / FINAN /
FINING (depending which census you consult!). The younger generation re-located
to various towns including Chesterfield, Derbyshire and the Barnsley area of
Yorkshire. I would very much like to contact anyone else researching this family - we
have lots more information on this extensive family's whereabouts and descendants in
England but we've come to a brick wall regarding their origins in Ireland. Would be
happy to share what we've got so far.), S R Stamford,
athene[NOSPAM]@mayanmoon.freeserve.co.uk, Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this
e-mail address.

CANNY, Dunmore, c.1847, Cathy Day, bc-day@home.com

CANNY - (Bridget CANNY married Thaddeus BRENNAN 1836; lived in Dunmore,
town of Cloondergan.), Maryann, Daisy49@comcast.net

CANTRELL - (Jane CANTRELL of Taylor's Hill, Galway City. Born app.1860's.
Married Edward ROTHWELL of Ballinasloe, also lived atAughrim.13 Children.
Looking for dates parents, siblings, descendants and gen. info. She was my great
grandmother.), Dorothy Stewart, dodowarb@yahoo.co.uk

CAREY, Lands of Drum East in Rahoon Parish West of Galway City, 1860 - 1930,
(My grandfather, John Joseph Carey, emigrated to NYC in 1911 departing from
Queenstown on the White Star Teutonic. His parents were John CAREY and Anne
(WELBY) CAREY.), Mona Donnewald, DONNEWALD@prodigy.net,
http://pages.prodigy.net/donnewald

CAREY - (David CAREY and Mary (maiden name unknown)- perhaps FLOOD
1790-1850 son Richard FLOOD CAREY - named after his Uncle Rev Richard
FLOOD, b c 1818 Richard FLOOD CAREY married Maria Douglas OLIVER - dau
of Sir John OLIVER & Elizabeth BUMFORD of Hornsey Wood, Middlesex, UK, on
7 May 1840 in St Anne's Church, Dublin, then they emmigrated to Canada in 1841
Rev Richard FLOOD b 1795 in Galway County, grad Trinity College, Dublin; later
worked with Benjamin CRONYN in County Longford, then both came to Canada as
missionaries in 1833. Rev FLOOD became the 1st rector of the Parish of Delaware
where he died in 1865.), Marlene J Jackson, mjackson@ebtech.net, P O Box 5046
Petrolia, On Canada N0N 1R0

CAREY - (Michael CAREY Born 1840-1841 in Co. Galway. Emigrated to US from
Liverpool in 1861. Married Bridget THORNTON in Tippecanoe Co. Indiana on
2.14.66), Marjorie Carey Crowe, jcrowe@elpaso.net

CAREY, County Galway, Ireland, pre 1850, (I am looking for information on a John
CAVANAUGH who was born approx. 1790 in Galway, Ireland. He married Cicely
Ann CAREY. Their known children were: John CAVANAUGH born approx 1820
Galway, Ireland; Bridget Delia CAVANAUGH, b May 1823, Galway, Ireland; &
James Henry Cavanaugh b: 19 Feb. 1830 Galway, Ireland. The three known children
were in America by 1857 or earlier.), Jane Fagan, fagan@ipa.net

CAREY - (Bridget CAREY, born 1834, died Aug 1912 County Galway Ireland
married Thomas NOONE, born 1826, died May 1913 County Galway Ireland.
Daughter Winifred NOONE, born June 24,1873 County Galway Ireland. She was my
grandmother who immigrated to America about 1893.), John Franey,
Franeydkfraney@aol.com

CAREY – (I'm looking for two people from Galway County. Mary COYNE, born
1843, and Michael CAREY born 1837. Mary's father's name was John. They were
both born in Galway County and sailed to the USA, settling in Bellaire, Ohio. They
are my great grandparents and I'd like to know more about their roots in Ireland. My
husband's family also has roots in Ireland, County Cork.
Carol Hutchinson, clhutchinson@neo.rr.com

CARLILE, William CARLILE of Ballynahinch; immigrated to US in 1796, Jerry
Smith, jerrys@ns.net or 4341 U Street, Sacramento, California USA 95817

CARNEY/CAVNEY, Galway, 1775-1840, (Eugene CARNEY/CAVNEY m. Helen
McHALE in Galway - where/when? Their daughter Ellen was born in Galway ca
1805. She married James DIMOND and they were in Will Co., IL early in 1840, then
moved to Oak Creek, WI in 1840. They bought property in Oak Creek, WI in Feb of
1840. Both the CARNEY and CAVNEY names are in Oak Creek at the same time.) ,
Doris Blackburn Morley, ddacres@directcon.net

CARLOS, Galway, Ireland, 1800's, (Michael CARLOS, b 1865 Brooklyn NYC, NY,
USA or Ireland (likely Galway), d 1933. His parents (unconfirmed) were James
CARLOS; mother Mary DUFFY, both b ca 1845 Ireland. Michael CARLOS m Sarah
McKNIGHT (b ca 1871 Brooklyn, NYC,USA); had four kids, the only male of whom
was my grandfather Clarence CARLOS,b 1896 Brooklyn NYC, d 1959. Sisters of
Michael were Kate and Jane (maybe Genevieve) CARLOS.), Laura J. Shulman nee
Carlos, antique@lighthousewoods.com, 777 First Street, pmb 522 Gilroy, CA 95020-
4918 USA

CARNARNAN/CARNEARNON – (I have a Galway surname but am not sure what
it was originally. In the 1991 census the family called themselves CARNARNAN.
The family name died with the last male. When my ggg grandmother came over to
England from Galway in mid 1800s she went to live in Thornaby, Stockton on Tees.
On her daughters marriage cert to my gg grandfather her name was transcribed as
CARNEARNON which ended up over the years as CARNARNAN.), Jacqueline
Williams, jacqueline.williams2@ntlworld.com

CARR - See also KERR

CARR, (Martin CARR b.1845-50 m. Catherine QUINN, 11 or 13 children born
Ireland. Margaret m. a STRAUSS NYC, Nora m. Patrick CAMPBELL NYC, Nellie
m. a CLARKE, Mary m. Patrick McSHANE from Donegal, Thomas and Patrick m. in
NYC, Michael b. abt 1880 m. Delia RUANE from Balla Menlough. John remained in
Ireland m. a Ward from Skihanna, Catherine (or Kate) m. a CONWAY in Newbridge,
and William (Willie) m. Agnes DOOLEY remained in Tully. Aileen unmarried.
Possible 2 other children),Gurteen Caltra Ballinasloe, 1830-1850, Kevin Carr,
KC19567@aol.com

CARR - (Bridget CARR born Jan 1812 in Loughrea Parish, E.Co Galway. Bridget's
parents were Thady and Catherine CARR. She married John HOUGH/HOWE Oct
1836 in Tynagh Parish, E. Co Galway. They emigrated ca 1860 to USA. Known
children: Margaret b 1839 Killimor Parish, treananearla, Co Galway E.; James b 1840
Galway, married 1866 to Sarah DOLAN in NH USA; Michael b 1842 Galway, m
Margaret KELLY 1870 in NH; William b 1844 Galway, m 1876 to Bridget CONROY
in NH; John b 1850 Galway, m 1879 to Catherine KENNEDY in NH; Thomas b 1850
Galway; Peter b 1856 Galway, m 1Mary Muldoon, m2 Bridget Irwin in 1881 in NJ.),
donalene@aol.com

CARR, Knockbluff, Annaghdown, Co. Galway, 1830-1865, (James CARR and Mary
FARTY (FAHERTY) had children between 1838-1859: Thomas, Mary, Michael,
John, and Patrick. John immigrated to England but two other sons went elsewhere.
Any information appreciated.), Marian Dunn, marian@omantel.net.om

CARR - (looking for any info on Richard HUDSON (born approx 1827) who married
Harriet CARR in County Galway in 1857. Richard was a SC in the Irish constabulary
for 25 years from 1842. Several children...any information gratefully received on
either HUDSON or CARR side.), Sue Thomas in NZ, thomas.in.hope@xtra.co.nz

CARR - (Mary CARR Salthill, Galway Born 1835. Parents: Peter CARR and Honor
O'MALLEY emigrated to NZ 1862 on the "Pladda" married Michael FEENEY (of
Salthill, Galway) in Dunedin 1868. Any information regarding her parents or siblings
James (1833), Patrick (1838), Martin (1840) John (1844) Peter (1847)), D Little,
LittleD@xtra.co.nz

CARR - (Peter CARR, father Patrick CARR, mother Ann McGREORY; married
Bridget BOYLE. Immigrated to U.S.A.? Had a son, Bernard Joseph CARR, born in
Stockton, Pennslyvania, January 14,1858. Any help in finding Peter or Patrick would
be a great help! ), CTucker223@aol.com

CARR - (Maria CARR born Sept. 12, 1855 in county Galway married Thomas
Flanagan
in Toulon, IL, Sept. 28, 1876. Children were Edward b. 1877, Margaret b. 1879, Mary
Ellen b. 1886 and Thomas Michael b. 1889.), Mary Haas, maryhaas@swbell.net

CARR, Annaghdown, County, Galway, before 1834, (Ellen CARR, b. Abt 1817 ?
married to William TRACY Abt 1833. Their son, John, my ggrandfather, was born 5
June 1845 Wicklow, Ireland. Other children born to Ellen & John TRACY were:
Sarah 1834, Samuel 1835, James 1840, Mariah 1849, Thomas 1853, Eliza A. 1856, &
William 1859.), Sue Ellen Berendsen, ollieseb@aol.com, N 9129 County Rd I
Burnett, WI 53922 USA

CARR - (Bartley CARR m. Kate WALSH in Gurtleva, Galway. They had 13
children, one of whom was my Grandfather, William Francis, born in Gurtleva,
Galway in 1886.), DeerParkBk@aol.com

CARR- (A CARR (possibly Annie) born 2-2-1879. Married James DITCHFIELD.
Had five children; Dorothy, Annie, Mary, John and James. Interested in finding A
CARR's ancestors.), Sarah Kemp, Sarah@lilacladies.co.uk

CARR - (Michael CARR m. Ellen MULROONEY 1830. children John, Michael,
Julia, Bridget plus 2 other sons. 1850 Emigrated to Nova Scotia, Canada and then to
Bristol, Iowa, USA. John, born 1840, married Mary TUOHY in 1872. He died in
1909. The family lived in Headford county Galway. Looking for Michael's family in
Ireland. Michael, the father died in Ireland 1850.), Ruth, engnor3@aol.com
CARR - (Alexander CARR b. 10/10/1864 Ireland, possibly Co. Galway, not sure. He
somehow made it to Canada, particularly the Orangeville, Ontario, Canada region. He
married Annabell MONTGOMERY on Dec. 25, 1893 in the village of Hillsburgh,
Ontario, Canada. Annabell's father was Joseph MONTGOMERY, son of Samuel
Alexander MONTGOMERY, b. in Belnaclough, Co. Tyrone, Ireland. Samuel
MONTGOMERY was one of the original pioneer settlers of the Orangeville area.
Alexander and Annabell had two sons, Harry Livingstone Oswald and Joseph
Gordon. They were my great grandparents, and Joseph Gordon was my grandfather. I
know about Alexander and Annabell from the date of their marriage onwards, but I
know nothing about Alexander prior. I have also traced Annabell's family back to her
grandfather Samuel. I do know they had known each other since "Alexander was a
young boy" which prompts me to think he might have come to Canada with his
parents or as an orphan sometime in the 1870's. Any information or connections
would be greatly appreciated.), Wendy (Carr) Macdonald, carsoneb@sympatico.ca

CARR - (Searching for any information on Thomas CARR born Galway 1860 - 1870
(?) married Beatrice Maud O'CONNOR (From Cork ?) with India connection and
Rangoon.), Carolyn Hollins, carolynjhollins@aol.com

CARR - (I am seeking information on Stephen CARR, father of Honoria CARR
(born 1832). Stephen was reputably keeper of Menlo Castle, owned by the BLAKE
family. Honoria married John LEE on the 20th May 1851 at the Collegiate Church
of St Nicholas of Myra, Galway.), tonybarb@bigpond.net.au, or 121 Curtain Street,
Carlton North 3154 Victoria, Australia.

CARRICK - (I would like to know the names of any brothers and sisters of Daniel
BURKE, born 31st of December, 1827 in Gorth, County Galway. His parents were
Thomas BURKE and Marian Anne CARRICK. His grandparents were Tobias
BURKE and wife unknown and Daniel CARRICK and Bridget KNEA. I would also
like to know any dates of the family members listed above such as marriages, births
and deaths. Daniel BURKE was my great-great grandfather. It is said he came to
America in 1844 and landed in St. Johns, New Brunswick first. Then to Portland,
Maine.), Marianne Shields-Nordberg, bullhorn@naplesnet.com

CARRICK – (Stephen CARRICK b. 1831 Co. Galway, Ireland. Roman Catholic.
Parents Thomas CARRICK and Honor [Unknown surname] may have been members
of Oranmore Parish. Stephen worked on a ship, emigrated to U.S. around 1850s,
married Celia Beatty in Doddridge, West Virginia, US 1855, had 4 children: Thomas
(b. 1861), Julia Theresa (my great-great grandmother, b. 1862), Stephen (b. 1863),
and Martin (b. 1865). Stephen went down with a ship or boat according to family
legend but that is all we know--no one knows where, although his death was likely
1865-1869. Looking for any info on his family in Ireland.), Cathy Reese,
cathyreese@suddenlink.net

CARRIG/CARRIGG - (John Vincent CARRIG(G) was born c1839 in Gort, County
Galway, Ireland. John CARRIG's father was Thomas CARRIGG. John CARRIG left
Ireland by 1862, aged 23 for Capetown. After a short residence there he shipped by
the "South Australian", (Captain Payne) for Port Adelaide, South Australia, arriving
in 1864. John CARRIG's occupation was a tailor and a cutter. He was Roman
Catholic. He married on 13th January 1868 Julia Judith GILGAN (from Co. Sligo) in
Port Augusta,SA. They had seven children: Anthony Edward, John James, Julia Ann,
Teresa Rebecca, Francis Thomas, Gertrude Jane, and Joseph CARRIG. Any
information appreciated on John's parents or siblings.), X Mullen,
honeyhanni[NOSPAM]@hotmail.com Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
address.

CARRIGG - (Looking for information on John CARRIGG and his wife Bridget
HINES who were raising a family in Gort, Galway sometime from the 1790s to the
early 1800s. Bridget had another marriage to a Mr O'BRIEN (first name unknown).
There were three known CARRIGG children born to John and Bridget (1) William
Hines CARRIGG, born 1800, (2) Eleanor/Ellen CARRIGG who married James
LYNCH and Annie CARRIGG. These three children all immigrated to Australia and
settled in Gundagai, NSW. Bridget had three known O'Brien children (1) Edward
Hines O'BRIEN who also settled in Gundagai, NSW (2) Mary Ann O'BRIEN who
was a nun in a convent at Gort, Galway in 1855 and (3) another brother, name
unknown, who stayed in Ireland and raised a large family. This family may have had
connections to County Clare.), Marcia McIntyre, mcintyre_marcia@hotmail.com

CARROLL - (Mary M. CARROLL married Patrick RAFFERTY, looking for parents
of both, born about 1790's. They had a daugther Bridget who married Lawrence
McCARTY in who lived in Toomard, County Galway.), Cheryl Classick,
jettrink@one.net

CARROLL, Galway, 1850-1910, Phyllis Phillips, Phyllis@phillips.name

CARROLL - (John and Elizabeth CARROLL and their four children left Ireland
from Galway in late summer or early fall 1829. The names of the children: John,
Elizabeth Ann, Jane, Charles. William Joseph was born November 1829, aboard ship
soon after crossing into Canadian waters. Looking for any knowledge of where the
family lived before leaving Ireland.), K.D. Carroll, mobile_k@juno.com

CARROLL - (I am researching my CARROLL family of Headford. My great
grandfather Patrick CARROLL was living on Main Street in the 1856 Griffiths. My
interest now is the cemeteries of Donaghpatrick and Killursa. Any information
regarding cemetery listings on these two cemeteries would be most helpful to me in
finding my great grand fathers grave.), Teresa Michaelis,
teresamichaelis@bellsouth.net

CARROLL – (I am searching for records pertaining to Thomas CARROLL, Sr, born
approx 1798 in Dotybreau. He had sons Thomas CARROLL(born approx 1821) and
Patrick CARROLL(born approx 1826). At some point in time they emigrated to
Carleton, Ontario, Canada. I am looking for specific birth records for these relatives.
Also any previous generational information would be wonderful. I have the
Canada/US connection to share.), Kelley M. Gustaveson,
kelleygustaveson@hotmail.com

CARTNEY - See also COURTNEY

CARTY, Tuam, C1840, Denis Dalziel, nufced@amitar.com.au
CARTY, Ballinasloe, Galway, Ireland. Abt. 1813. I am searching information
regarding Patrick CARTY, born abt 1813 in Galway. Patrick married Hannorah
CLARK abt. 1833 in Calliaghstown, daughter of Gilbert CLARK and Mary CAHILL
(I haven't been able to locate this town, however Hannorah was also said to have been
born there). Patrick and Hannorah had about 7 children, son Patrick was born in
Ballinasloe, Galway, abt. 1840. Other children were Edward, Maria, Catherine, Mary,
Hannorah and Peter. Patrick senior and Patrick junior migrated to Victoria, Australia
in 1855 and the rest of the family followed in 1856. The family settled around
Buninyong. Patrick Junior, married Alice McILVENEY of Belfast on the 30 April
1873 in Melbourne, Australia.), Mike Mennen, mennen@primus.com.au

CARTY - (Partrick CARTY - Searching for date of death and burial where in Galway
city or Shantalla, Galway. Annie- (Bridget Or Agnes) CARTY, nee HOGAN:
searching date of death, where buried, Shantalla, Galway), Macar1@aol.com

CARTY - (Searching for information abt. John CARTY and Ellen PLUNKETT
whose children and brother Richard PLUNKETT lived in Dunamon, Glingsk-
Kilbegnet, Galway/Roscommon) from about 1800-1900.), Anita Carroll,
Macar1@aol.com

CARTER, William CARTER, Bohermore, 1860's, Sean Matthews,
flamemag@dircon.co.uk

CASEY, Derrylaphina, District of Gort, County of Galway, Period: estimate 1850,
1871, 1900, 1920, 1935, Claire Pinard, pinard@turbont.net

CASEY (CEASEY), Athenry area 1800-1860s, R. Elia, moocow@dfront.net

CASEY - (Margaret CASEY , Tuam,Galway, b. approximately 1850. Married Mike
LALLY, Had at least two children: Brigid b 1868, and Mary b 1870. Brigid sailed to
Boston in 1888 and married Mike CONCANNON. Am tracing the CASEY line, and
seek names of siblings and parents from 1820- 1900), Ruth Whln,
Ruthe_l@yahoo.com

CASEY - (Michael CASEY my Great Grandfather born Ballinasloe, (Ahascragh)
1889. Married in Dublin June 1916 to Bridget COONEY. Mother Mary, Father
Patrick or John), Michael Burke, mkeburke@hotmail.com 73 Belgrave Road
Aylesbury, Bucks HP19 3TN UK

CASEY - (Seeking info on Anna CASEY and Martin CONNOLLY parents of my
grandmother, Mary Marie born in Lettermore, County Galway,abt 1899, She is listed
on her marriage certificate as being 24 ys old (m. feb. 12.1923). She m. a Joseph
HITCHCOCK in Belmont, Mass. I believe Anna and Martin had at least one other
daughter and a son.), Diane Conti, dmconti@webtv.net

CASEY - (Ellen CASEY b. 1829 in Galway, Ireland. Married John or Michael
FOLEY of Sligo and migrated first to England, where their eight children were born;
then to America. Interested in any additional information on Ellen's parents,
ancestors.), Mike Foley, foleym002@hawaii.rr.com
CASEY - (John CASEY b. 1819 in Galway. Mother Bridget b. abt 1796. Emigrated
to Ontario Canada abt 1849. Siblings known were Mathew b. 1838, Margaret b. 1831,
and possibly Martin who had married Bridget Hennessey in Ireland. John's father had
possibly died in Ireland before emigration. Family history said he lived across the
River Shannon from his future wife Susan RYAN who he married in Canada. I have
been unable to find exactly when they emigrated or the town in Galway they were
from.), Joan Nugent, jnuge001@aol.com or jnuge@wccta.net, 516 D Avenue
Churdan, Iowa 50050 USA

CASEY – (I am searching for relatives by the name of CASEY. Margaret CASEY
was born 12/20/1896 and Anna Gertrude CASEY born 05/1905. The sisters came to
the US between 1906 and 1910. Their parents died shortly after their arrival and the
sisters were raised in St Patricks Orphange in Baltimore , MD. Anna was my
grandmother.), Kathleen Appleby Lassetter, kathleenlassetter@cox.net

CASSERL(E)Y, of Galway, 1795-1834, (I am searching for parents of Patrick
CASSERLEY of Galway. He married Mary CAHILL. They had a child Thomas born
1834 who married Mary O'Connell.), John Mahoney, jmsmahoney@iinet.net.au, 25
Whitemoss Turn, Waikiki, Western Australia 6169 Australia

CASSIDY - (Patrick Joseph CASSIDY b c 1844 Killeroran, Glaway m 20 Dec 1864,
NSW Australia.), Beryl Bauld, berylbauld[NOSPAM]@iprimus.com.au Delete the
[NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

CATHERS - (Samuel M. CATHERS and his brother George T. CATHERS),
Unknown IR county, Both born in 1820's, Marion Cathers, CathersM@aol.com

CATIRUN or CAHIRUN - (I am trying to find out my gr.grandmothers surname it
looks like CAHIRUN or CATIRUN her first name was Catherine and she came from
Kerry to London between 1861 and 1865 her and my gr.grandfather were married in
Kerry he was Daniel O'SULLIVAN fron Cork, he was born around 1832 Catherine
1834 they went to London after the first born he was also a Daniel they went to live in
London and were at 38 Blue Anchor Alley London and had three more children my
grandfather being one of them.), Mauren Holden, tramp2@dcsi.net.au CAUFIELD,
TiburonSt@aol.com

CAUFIELD - (Francis William CAULFIELD married ? went to America in 1850's
where Anthony CAULFIELD was born about 1857, family returned to Ireland, sons
Thomas and George went to S. Africa, Anthony to England.), Mrs. V.Hencken,
Ladyvav@aol.com

CAUFIELD - (John CAUFIELD born 1836/37 Tuam or close area married Bridget
went to England about 1860), SCHOFIELDBILLW@aol.com

CAULFIELD, County Galway, 1840's, (John CAULFIELD arrived in New Zealand
15th Feb 1863 and married Margaret CAULFIELD there, have some descendants for
them but looking for more information on family, parents brothers and sisters to John.
He may be related to Daniel CAULFIELD from Drumgriffin who arrived in New
Zealand 1861.) David L Cavanagh, dchester@adam.com.au, 10 Leslie McIntyre Ave,
Salisbury Downs, Adelaide, South Australia 5108.
CAULFIELD – (The sons of Malichi CAULFIELD and Marry FARRELL of the
Roman Catholic Parish of Ahascrah, County Galway were: Michael (b. 29 May 1841)
and James Joseph ( b. August 1846, and baptized 11 August 1846, by Father Richard
McLOUGHLIN of Ahascrah, County Galway). Michael left Ahascrah for England in
May 1858; and James Joseph left 4 October 1862. Their mother, Mary FARRELL,
was born in Elphin, County Roscommon; and she died in Ahascrah on 9 September
1862.), Robert Petrik, bob_petrik@yahoo.com

CAUSEY - (William CAUSEY, born County Galway, Selway, July, 1744.
Immigrated to Mississippi in America before 1809, when he married Susannah
JACKSON. Looking for any information as to parentage for William.), Linda
Nicholson, lindanick2@msn.com

CAUSEY, Leo Causey, leflora@vzinet.com

CAVANAGH, Galway, 1835-1861, Nancy Reeb, nreeb@prodigy.net,
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/e/e/Nancy---Reeb/

CAVANAGH - (Wishing to find parents and siblings of Patrick CAVANAGH &
Mary nee MORAN (daughter of Michael MORAN) Sailed from Liverpool 18 Aug
1841 on the "Wallace" arriving Melbourne 26 Nov 1841, Listed as Patrick (25)
Labourer, and Mary (21) from Galway, Ireland. Melbourne Directory 1846 Squatters -
Patrick CAVANAGH Merri Creek From Port Phillip Directory, Melbourne, 1847,
Page 70: CAVANAGH, Patrick, Settler, Merri Ck (near Somerton) From Port Phillip
Directory, Melbourne, 1851, Page 13: CAVANAGH, Patrick, Somerton Inn, Sydney
Rd., & farmer & land owner.), Ellen, hollow@alphalink.com.au

CAVANAGH, County Galway, Andrea Snoxall, asnoxall@mail.albury.net.au

CAVANAGH, Annaghdown Galway 1830s-1860s Looking for information on
Francis and Celily CAVANAGH nee FORD. They had the following children John
Francis bn. ca1833, William bn. 1835, Margaret bn. 1840, Thomas bn.1841, Michael
bn. ca 1841, Cecily bn. 1843. I have information on all children except Cecily,
looking for information on her and parents or any other children of Francis and
Cecily.), David L Cavanagh, dchester@adam.com.au, 10 Leslie McIntyre Ave,
Salisbury Downs, Adelaide, South Australia 5108.

CAVANAGH - (I have a Martin REDDINGTON in Griffiths land valuation record.
Martin rented land in the townland of Tonagarraun, Annaghdown. Martin went on to
marry a Bridget CAVANAGH. Martin died on 23 March 1889 in the townland of
Tonegurrane. he was a 84 year old widower and peasant. Martin REDDINGTON and
Bridget CAVANAGH had the following issue: Philip REDDINGTON was born on
the 9th of October 1835, James MORRIS and Honor LYDEN were his sponsors.
Philip married a Sabina FORDE on the 23rd of February 1863. Sabina was from
Crossroads. John CONCANNON and Margaret NEWEL were witnesses to the
marriage. Anne REDDINGTON was born on the 25th of October 1840 and her
sponsors were a John LENARD and Bridget FAHY. Honor REDDINGTON was born
on the 23rd of December 1843 and William GANAHAN and Mary DONELLAN
were his sponsors. All of the above leads to the LARNER/LARDNER Clan which
then make their way to Philadelphia.), Gene Blood, Ruddington1864@aol.com
CAVANAGH - (My great grandmother x 4 Mary CAVANAGH married Ralph ORD
at Ahascragh, Galway on the 4.9.1809. My great Grandfather X 3 George was born
there about 1820 although he had moved to Northumberland, England by 1841. He
was joined by his brothers John, Ralph and Thomas.), Honor Ord-Clayton,
Pattison904@btinternet.com

CAVANAGH – (I am researching my Great-great grandfather Patrick Joseph
CAVANAGH. He was born in July 1829, in Galway Ireland, according to US Census
and emigrated to America in 1851. I would like to know his parents' names and any
other information possible. He had a son named Martin, in the US.), Lucy Higgins
Sinkular, lucy_sinkular[NOSPAM]@ hustonandhiggins.com Delete the [NOSPAM]
to use this e-mail address.

CAVANAUGH - (James CAVANAUGH and Mary CONNOLLY lived in Carrick,
Co. Galway between approx. 1875-1895. Their children were: John (b. 1874), Bridget
(b. 1878), Margaret (b 1880), and Kate (b. 1884). The children emigrated to the U.S.
(first Pittsburg, then S.F.) in the 1890s.), Dugganlaws@aol.com

CAVANAUGH - (Patrick O'DEA est. 1867-1910, Wife Margaret CAVANAUGH
est. 1879-1910 are my greatgrandparents. Both were born in Galway, presumably in
south-western Galway.), Thomas F. Sullivan, tfsirish92@worldnet.att.net

CAVANAUGH, County Galway, Ireland, pre 1850, (I am looking for information on
a John CAVANAUGH who was born approx. 1790 in Galway, Ireland. He married
Cicely Ann CAREY. Their known children were: John CAVANAUGH born approx
1820 Galway, Ireland; Bridget Delia CAVANAUGH, b May 1823, Galway, Ireland;
& James Henry Cavanaugh b: 19 Feb. 1830 Galway, Ireland. The three known
children were in America by 1857 or earlier.), Jane Fagan, fagan@ipa.net

CAVENAGH – (Thomas CAVENAGH was convicted in Galway for being a
Whiteboy and sentenced with 25 others, to transportation to Australia, on 26th March,
1832. Thomas was married to Jane, and they had four children. I would like to be
able to read descriptions of the trial, and circumstances surrounding his arrest and
conviction. Does anyone know of how I could obtain that information?), Janice
Langan-Fox (nee Langan), seasidegardenacqua@yahoo.com.au

CAVNEY/CARNEY, Galway, 1775-1840, (Eugene CARNEY/CAVNEY m. Helen
McHALE in Galway - where/when? Their daughter Ellen was born in Galway ca
1805. She married James DIMOND and they were in Will Co., IL early in 1840, then
moved to Oak Creek, WI in 1840. They bought property in Oak Creek, WI in Feb of
1840. Both the CARNEY and CAVNEY names are in Oak Creek at the same time.) ,
Doris Blackburn Morley, ddacres@directcon.net

CHARLES, Galway 1850-1930, (Andrew CHARLES married Norah?. Father of
Violet b1899/1900, Kitty (Kathleen?), and Dolly (Dorothy?)), Belinda Rogers
farma_g@fastmail.fm

CHARLES - (We have a Michael CHARLES, born in Northumberland, England,
found in Odham Lancashire on the 1861 Census. We next find him in Oldham 1881
with three daughters and one son - all born in Galway. There is an entry with "Family
Search" saying he married a Sabina HOOPER. On the 1881 census - we have
Catherine 20 born Galway, Bridget 17 born Galway, Winifred 14 born Galway and
Patrick 12 born Galway. We do have a record of Sabina CHARLES death in 1874 in
Oldham Lancashire. All the above are "CHARLES" surname. Has anyone any
information on this family which would be in Galway between 1861 and 1874. ),
Trevor Bellamy, trevor.bellamy1@ntlworld.com

CHERRY - (I have a John,J oseph & Peter CHERRY who were living in Glinsk Co.
Galway in the 1841 census of which I have a copy. I cant seem to find John dying, but
Peter says his father sent for him when every one over there died. Joseph married
Catherine CARTER from Roscommon & emigrated to Massachusets where Peter
joined him.), Mary McCullough, cherrygen1@aol.com

CHEVERS, Killian House, Newbridge, Ballygar, Co. Galway, 1658-1936, Adrian
Wynne-Morgan, wynne_morgan@hotmail.com, 18 Tyrone Road, Thorpe Bay, Essex
SS1 3HF, United Kingdom

CHEVERS - (Looking for information on Patrick CHEVERS born around 1837 in
Allendarra ? Galway, possible parents Patrick CHEVERS and Mary KING. Left
Ireland about 1868 for Australia.), David Miller david@compleat.com.au

CHRYSTAL - (George & Anne CHRYSTAL, Laugh Cutra, Gort. c.1846), Bev
Thompson, bevthompson44@hotmail.com

CHURCHILL - (My gt mother Bridget CHURCHILL born 1834 in Galway. Her
father's name was Michael CHURCHILL and her mother's name was Mary
FARRELL. Bridget CHURCHILL moved to Dumbarton Scotland and married
Michael MURRAY in 1855 he also was born in Galway. They both died in
Scotland.), rhogfors@hotmail.com

CLAFFEY, Gort, Prior to 1890, J. Claffee, JCLAFFEE@prodigy.net,
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~camounts/indexc.html (For details on this Galway
family under USA State-Massachusetts at
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~camounts/ann_sts/ann_ma.htm

CLANCY - (I am trying to find any information on a Michael CLANCY and Ellen
O'NEILL. Michael was born about 1831 in Limerick, Ireland, and Ellen O'NEILL was
born about 1833. They married and left for Australia arriving in 1855 on the Warren
Hastings, which landed in Port Adelaide. At the time Michael stated his occupation as
a Plumber. They brought out two children with them, Cath born about 1854 and
Patrick born about 1855. That is virtually all I know of this couple prior to their living
in South Australia. Ellen died in 1873 at the age of 39 and Michael remarried a Mary
VOS in 1874, and he died in 1886.) Jenni Cotton, jennicot@hotmail.com

CLANCY - (Would be interested in any information on John CLANCY born Rahoon
Galway around 1840. He joined the 1st. batt. 9th. foot on 5.6.1854), Peter Reddick,
peter@reddick4112.fsnet.co.uk

CLANCY - (Michael and Margaret CLANCY (maiden name SCANLON) left
Spiddle Galway in the 1850/1860s travelling with children to Melbourne Victoria
Australia. I have information regarding them when they settled in Australia but other
than a marriage date and the town (Spiddle), Michael's parents Peter CLANCY and
Bridget DONOGHUE and Margaret's parents James SCANLAN and Bridget
CURRENT do not have anything else. Can anyone help me?), Joy Wendt,
ajwendt@bigpond.net.au

CLANCY – (Owen CLANCY, Son of Martin & Mary (CURRAN) CLANCY
originally from Barna, Galway. Born 1823 in Galway and died 1892, buried at Holy
Cross in Malden. The parents Martin & Mary lived at Athens St. in So. Boston.
Owen married Catherine FEENEY (daughter of Edward and Hannah (FLAHERTY)
FEENEY). I came across some information about his brother John, he married
Hannah FLAHERTY. Someone has written a history Our CLANCY Heritage, by
Catherine P. CUDDY in the 1970’s. It is noted the information is held with The
DOYLE and GALLAGHER families. I would like to get in contact with the person
who has the information.), Diane Balogh, galwaygirl[NOSPAM]@indy.rr.com Delete
the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

CLANCY/MacCLANCY/GLANCY - (Catherine CLANCY married a one Patrick
FEENEY came to Maryland USA in 1866 from Spiddal, County Galway, Ireland.),
Maureen Moore, ODubhGhaill@gmail.com, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-
bin/igm.cgi?db=agatha_1&I11.x=38&I11.y=13

CLARK - (Alice CLARK married Thomas DYAS. They had 3 daughters, Lucy,
Alice (1819-1892), and Eliza (1808-1883) in Mountshannon County, Galway,
Ireland.), Lara Hamer, lara.hamer@telus.net, British Columbia, Canada

CLARK/CLARKE - (I'm trying to find out any information on my Great Great
Granddad Martin CLARK(E). According to the census he came from Galway (but no
info on which bit ). His father's name was John and he married Bridget CONNOR at
St Chads Catholic Cathedral in Birmingham, Warwickshire, on the 24th June 1866. I
can trace him in Birmingham but I don't know when he arrived there or where in
Galway he was from.), Justine Rose, Justine.Rose1@ntlworld.com

CLARKE (Honorah born C.1816 Ahascragh to Australia 1841) Colleen Gould,
rgould@gil.com.au, MS 2213 Lowood, Qld., Australia 4311

CLARKE, Galway, 1840-1861, Nancy Reeb, nreeb@prodigy.net,
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/e/e/Nancy---Reeb/

CLARKE, Portumna, Co. Galway, 1839-1895, Church of Ireland, Elizabeth W.
Knowlton, KnowltonEW@Compuserve.com

CLARKE - (Thomas CLARKE (born circa 1833 in Milltown Co. Galway) moved to
England Circa 1855. He married Mary MITCHELL of Williamstown Co. Galway in
1856, and the Marriage Certificate states that Michael CLARKE was Thomas's father.
Mary MITCHELL's mother, Catherine of Williamstown, appears as living with The
Clarkes's in the 1871 Census of Eastoft Lincs. She is a Widow aged 75. In the 1880's
Thomas' son John married Mary Ellen CLYNES, and only family hear say advise me
that the CLYNES came from the Tipperary area - though this is not confirmed. Any
information about the CLARKE's of Milltown and the MITCHELL's of Williamstown
would be welcomed.), Sharon Clarke, sclarke09@hotmail.com

CLARKE - (siblings/parents? Mary CLARKE (d.1882 NYC) & Michael CLARKE
(d.1889 NYC) Galway emigrants, Relatives Julia CLARKE, John CLARKE,
d.1950’s.Ballinasloe,Clarke’s Hill, Castle Blakesney(?). Property left to KEENES.),
E.McQuiston, emcquist@yahoo.com, 139 Alden St. Syracuse NY 13210 USA

CLARKE - (Looking for any information about my grandmother Julia CLARKE
who died in Galway in 1933 or thereabouts. She married James KENNEDY in
Killimor and had a bother that married a girl from Killimor called HAYES. She had 8
children my father was next to the youngest Catherine who died as a baby aged
approx age 6months. My father was Thomas Michael KENNEDY.), Jules,
jfkennedy3@msn.com

CLARKE - (Bridget CLARKE born in January 7, l888 in Moylough Galway.),
RCCDOLL@aol.com

CLARKE - (This is the first time I have found both surnames of my married great
great grandparents on one Irish site. His name was Daniel O'CONNELL, born about
1837, all I know is in Ireland. She was Annie CLARKE, born about 1841, in Ireland.
Her parents were James and Margaret CLARKE. She may have had a brother named
James also, who came to the US. They married in NYC in 1859; I have the family
Bible that began with their marriage. They lived the rest of their days in NYC. Annie
died at 52 in 1893; Daniel died at 61 in 1898. I do not know where they were from in
Ireland, and this may be a long shot, but it is the first site that shows both last names.),
Barbara, YHS66@aol.com

CLARY - (We are looking for my 11th Great father John CLARY who is believed to
have come from Ireland. He landed in Annapolis Maryland USA in 1677. We do not
have the ship name or point of origin but the Captain's name was TAYLOR. Ancestor
John CLARY Believed to have come from Ireland in 1677.), Kenneth W. Clary,
kwclary@airmail.net, 233 Garner Adell Rd. Garner Texas 76088-7190
http://home.att.net/~backacre

CLASBY, Athenry to Waltham MA in 1855, DATULL@aol.com

CLASBY - (My gggrandfather Michael COONEY was born 1818 in Castlegar.He
married a Julia CLASBY around 1845 possibly in Athenry.Came to America to the
Port of New York April 20th 1847 on the ship Albion out of Galway harbor with son
John COONEY who was 2. They went to Springfiled Mass first before settling down
on a farm in Kingston NY. Michael had a brother John born 1815 in Castlegar. He
married a Bridget GREANY 1846 in Castlegar and came to America in 1850 and
settled down on a farm in Kingston NY. Looking for any COONEY, CLASBY,
GREANY relations.), Joe Carey, JAustinCarey@roadrunner.com, 6 Meadow St APT
22 Clinton NY 13323., USA

CLASBY - (I am looking for connections to Martin CLASBY born about mid 1820's
in the tiny hamlet of Polough near Kinvara, Co. Galway. His father was John
CLASBY and his mother Mary FAHEY. Martin had at least two sisters and his father
John was a farmer. Martin arrived in Australia about 1859 then returned to Ireland for
a visit to his family in the 1880's before sailing back again to Australia. I am trying to
research the family history. ), Kalyani Lawry, k_lwry@yahoo.com.au [This e-mail
address is out of date - please advise updated details]

CLASBY, Athenry to Sharon, Canton and Waltham, Massachusetts - (Researching
John CLASBY, b. ca 1771, married to Bridget ? and residing in Athenry. Their son
Stephen CLASBY (b. 1802) married Bridget HESSION and moved to Sharon, MA
around 1848.), Amy Higgins Tull, DATULL@aol.com

CLEARY- (Martin John CLEARY married Margaret MURRAY - 14.9.1908 in
Peter's Wells, or John CLEARY married Mary REILLY - 19.8.1879 in Peter's Wells.
With 16 other brothers and sisters over 2 generations. From Doire Bhui, Derrawee,
Peter's Wells or Chevy Chase near Gort (to the east/southeast) in Southern Galway.
Time from 1850 to 1910. Family members emigrated to Brisbane, Queensland,
Australia; Perth, Western Australia; and Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA.), Philip Lauchs,
Philip.lauchs@bigpond.com

CLEARY - (Patrick Joseph CLEARY was born in Knockmoyle 6/12/1877. His father
was Edward CLEARY and his mother was Bridget FAHY. He came to US in 1901,
leaving from Queenstown (Cobh) and sailing into Philadelphia. He later settled in
Indianapolis IN, where he lived until he died 11/17/1952. A sister, Catherine, also
came to US and settled in Cleveland OH. A brother, Edward (I think) stayed in
Ireland and lived in Knockmoyle. His daughter Maisie (Mary) married Edward
PAGE. She died but Eddie still lives there. Mary and Eddie had one son, Michael. He
lives near Loughrea. Patrick married Delia FINNERAN in Indianapolis IN in 1917.
They had 2 daughters, Mary Elizabeth (b. 4/26/1918) and Kathleen Rita (b.
1/24/1921). Delia was from Croghan near Boyle in Co. Roscommon. If any one
knows of Bridget FAHY's parents, I would appreciate any information. I think her
mother's maiden name was TOOMAN.), D. Gaither, WordsWoman@aol.com

CLEARY, Moyglass, Up to 1860, (Thomas CLEARY, his wife Julia, and his four
sons emmigrated to Wisconsin, USA, in the mid 1800's. The sons, M H, Joseph,
Frances, Thomas, John Lawrence, all did well. John fought in the American Civil
War; enlisted in the union army underage, 15 years, using the alternate name John
CLARK. John is my wife's ggf.), Kennard Scribner, kscribner1@earthlink.net, 209
Dogwood Drive, Loveland, Ohio 45140 USA

CLEARY, Kilbeacanly (?), Galway, Ireland, (Patrick CLEARY (farmer) married
Mary RUANE about 1862. They had a daughter, Bridget born 1863 who married
Martin KENNEDY 11th January, 1893 in Brisbane, Australia. Another daughter Kate
CLEARY was a witness to Bridget and Martins wedding.), Jenny & Des Leitch,
jenndes@bigpond.com, http://jenyjo.tripod.com

CLEARY – (Margaret CLEARY, daughter of Edward CLEARY of Derrygoolin,
born 1854, married Edward HAYES 22 Jan 1883, was living in Derrygoolin with her
family on the night of the 1911 census and died in Derryvonlan. I’m seeking
information about her parents and grandparents.My information to date comes from
the census record and the inscription on the HAYES family gravestone in Clonyard.
However, although the CLEARY family was living in Derrygoolin (as noted on
Margaret and Edward’s marriage certificate), they don’t appear to have been buried in
Clonyard Churchyard.), Siobhan Hayes, Siobhan.hayes@talk21.com

CLEAVES/CLEVES - (I would just like to know if anyone has ever come across the
surname CLEAVES or CLEVES? I have been told my gr grandmother came from
Connemara her name Mary CLEAVES or CLEVES born 1863 possibly went to
England in the 1860s. Have found her in 1891 and 1901 U.K. Census but not in 1881
Census.), Ann Beresford, aberesford_52@hotmail.com

CLINTON, Fohanagh, 1800-1850, J.J.Kenny, jjkennyjr@sbcglobal.net, 8343
Gentlewood Court, Houston Texas, 77095

CLINTON - (Edward Henry PICKLES married Jane CLINTON and had son
Theodore Reginald PICKLES. Both Edward and Jane were in Galway around 1898
when my grandfather was baptised. He was a Sgt in the royal engineers.), Steve
pickles, theodore.pix@tiscali.co.uk

CLINTON, Fohengh and Aughrim, 1780-1855, (John CLINTON married Catherine
MOONEY in Galway Co., Ireland before 1841; emigrated to Boston about 1855/57
with several children.), Barbara Bailey bbaile@bellsouth.net

CLISHAM A.K.A. FORBUS, County Galway and Bangor, Maine U.S.A. 1823-
1850, (I am interested in finding information about my GGF whose name is John
CLISHAM and also known as John FORBUS, he used both name's interchangeably in
Ireland and the U.S.A. He was raised to the best of my knowledge as an orphan in the
County Galway and was a native thereof and emigrated to the U.S.A. sometime prior
to 1850.), Andrew McNicol Clisham, trapperpack@cs.com,
http://genforum.genealogy.com/clisham/ 120 Old County Road, Hampden, Maine
04444

CLOGHERTY/CLARITY, Connemara district of County Galway, (Peter John
CLARITY, born 1819 married Catherine Annastasia FEENEY born c. 1820. Son
Peter CLOGHERTY born June 2, 1841 in Galway. The family immigrated to the US
in 1846-49, first to Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, settling in Minnesota.).
Surname in the US is CLARITY.), Ann and Mike Hammer,
amhammer@hotmail.com

CLOGHERTY - (Peter John CLOGHERTY, born 1819, who married Catherine
Anastasia FEENEY. Peter's youngest daughter Delia is my great grandmother on my
mother's side. Delia married Patrick COSTELLO and their daughter Genevieve was
my grandmother), Richard C. O'Connor, roconnor12@comcast.net

CLOHERTY - (My grandparents were born in Ireland, Christopher in County
Galway about 1847 and Mary COSGROVE about 1849 (county unknown). They
emigrated to the United States and lived in Phila., PA. in 1880. I have no information
as to when they emigrated or where and when they were married. John and Thomas
CLOHERTY may have been brothers of Christopher. Christopher and Mary had 13
children: Mary b. 1871, Ella b. 1872, Patrick b. 1873, Katie b. 1875, Margaret b.1877,
Katherine b. 1880, Elizabeth b. 1882, Ann b. 1884, John b. 1886. Regina b. 1888,
Joseph b. 1889, ????? b. ???, & Thomas Francis b. Apr. 17, 1892, d. Sept. 10, 1961 in
Phila. John CLOHERTY & Elizabeth HURLEY were godparents for Thomas Francis.
I believe all the children were born in the US. Thomas Francis married Margaret
MURPHY Sept. 1, 1930 in Phila. Margaret was b. 1893 in Pomeroy, County Tyrone.
Thomas and Margaret had two children, Thomas Joseph d. Jan. 1997 and Marguerite
Paula.), jagnew1733@aol.com

CLOHERTY /CLOUGHERTY - Galway, maybe Cliften or Spiddel, (Coleman
CLOUGHERTY or CLOHERTY sailed to Boston at age 13 via Liverpool on the ship
"Shirley" in August, 1852. This surname seems to have disappeared off the face of the
earth even though there are thousands of 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th generation Irish-
Americans in and around the Boston area.), Jeannie, pickers@cjeans.com [This e-
mail address is out of date – please advise updated details]

CLOHERTY/CLOUGHTY - (Looking for Ancestors of Nicholas CLOHERTY
born Connamara Galway abt 1800 married Hannah McHUH One child I know of is a
son John married Emma DICKER they migrated to Australia in the 1970's .I am
looking for CLOHERTY's/CLOUGHTY'S prior to Nicholas.), Marion Key,
ckey@bigpond.net.au

CLONAN/CLONIN, Galway (possibly the Aran Islands), 1840s-1880s, (looking for
any information concerning John CLONAN (CLONIN) who married Sarah FAHEY.
They had at least 3 children: John, Michael and Sally.), Richard Clonan,
rclonan@hotmail.com

CLOONAN, TiburonSt@aol.com

CLOONAN, Inishshark 1800 to present, Margaret Downes, Emwdownes@attbi.com

CLOONAN, for Killanin, Moycullen parish, County Galway, Annie Gegan,
gegan@cal.net

CLORAN, (Mary CLORAN dau of Patrick, farmer, and Ann (BARK or BURKE)
Mary came to Victoria, Australia in 1854), Leigh Miller, leighmiller52@gmail.com

COATES - (Catherine COATES, residing in Kiltormer 1836, married James
BUTLER about 1837, first five children baptised in Kiltormer 1838 through 1849.
May be related to Patrick COATES, Bridget COATES, and Anna COATES, as these
people stood as godparents to her children. Immigrated to America about 1856.), Judy
Dear, kenjudydear@comcast.net

COATES - (My Great-Great-Great-Grandfather enlisted in the 19th regiment of Foot
at TUAM in Sep 1825 on his 18th birthday, and stated he was born at Eyrecourt. The
1824 Pigot's Irish Directory states that the population of the town was about 800, and
that there was a Samuel COATES, farmer, living in Coates' Lane, Eyrecourt at that
time. He was still living there in 1846. I am interested in contacting any-one who
might be connected to George Coates 1807-1853, who served with the 19th until
1848. He joined the Pensioner Corps, and migrated with his family aboard the
"Pestongee Bomangee" as a Pensioner Guard in 1852, arriving in Hobart Town in late
1852. Unfortunately he died in March 1853, as a result of amoebic dysentery he
picked up years before at Barbados in the West Indies. He named his children,
Charles, Christina,Margaret, Mary Ann, Luke, and Abigail, so these names may be
siblings.), Warren Turner, tadhgh50@hotmail.com

CODIRE (CODYRE/CODYER/CUDDYER) - (Thomas CODIRE born abt. 1828.
Emigrated from Galway City area to Boston, Mass., USA in 1850's. CODIRE also
spelled CODYRE, CODYER, CUDDYER), Linda Codyer, Arhoo@aol.com

CODYER/CODYRE - (My family emigrated in the 1850's from Galway. My great-
great grandfather Thomas CODYRE had his name changed to CODYER. I believe he
was from County Leitrim.), Paul M. Codyer, Codyer48@cs.com, 16 Phillips Street,
Newton, MA 02466 USA

CODYRE - (I am interested to hear from anyone who shares, or knows anything of,
the rare Galway name, CODYRE. I have information on CODYRE, which I am
happy to share with anyone else that shares this name. Am interested in any time
frame. The name CODYRE is found in and around Galway City.), Janet Codyre,
janetcodyre@yahoo.co.uk

CODYER - Just a novice at this; however, I would be interested to connect with
anyone who could give me more information on my rare family name. I am related to
Thomas CODIRE. My father was Edward CODYER; my grandfather was Raymond
Codyer and my grandmother was Elizabeth (HENNLEY) CODYER all from
Waltham, Massachusetts.), Carolanne Codyer, hennley@metrocast.net

COEN, Co Galway, 1830-1850, Bob Gilliver, bobgill@mbox2.singnet.com.sg [This
e-mail address is out of date]

COEN - (Bridget COEN, b. 1790 to Patrick COEN and Margaret Finnerty O'BRIEN,
m. Edmond O'DEA 1818, em. 1848, d. 1865 MA.), Annaghdown, Cummer, Lackagh,
1800-present, Edward J. O'Day, ed@oday.net, 162 Misty Lake Dr. Murphysboro, IL
62966, USA

COEN- (John COEN and parents immigrated to New Jersey, USA when John was 4
months old. They came from Gort I think.), Tom D'Auria, tdauria@midsouth.rr.com,
http://www.dauriancestry.com

COEN, Ballyglass townland, Parish, Ardrahan, Co. Galway, >1800, Richard Herbert,
herbert.r@xtra.co.nz, PO Box 2961, Wellington, New Zealand

COEN, Kinvara, Late 1800's, Joseph C. Coen, askcojc@aol.com, 429 Sandman Drive
Kure Beach, North Carolina 28449 USA

COEN, Kilchreest, possibly Gort, elsewhere (Michael LARKIN, ca. 1820-1910;
married Mary COEN of Gort; may have come from Gort himself; lived in Kilchreest;
ten children; one to Queensland, AU, ca. 1880;seven to USA ca. 1880-1900; three
remained in Kilchreest. Looking for information on origins of Michael, Mary COEN,
their ancestors.), Richard Larkin; rwlarkin@aol.com, P. O. Box 40, Ayer, MA,
01432-0040,USA
COEN - (Owen CUMMINS and wife, Bridget CUMMINS (Nee COEN) lived in
Oranmore, County Galway, Ireland. Their children immigrated to the U.S. beginning
in 1907. John J. CUMMINS, born 1881, came to Ellis Island and on to San Francisco,
Ca., USA in 1907. His sisters followed: Annie CUMMINS (married Martin FOLEY)
in 1912 with cousin, Mary HYNES from Oranmore, and Catharine COEN from
Ardrahan, Galway. Also Margaret CUMMINS and Mary Celestine CUMMINS.),
Theresa, Jammers4@aol.com

COEN - (Sarah, Timothy and Margaret COEN of Anbally, Tuam Ireland, immigrated
to Pittsburgh, PA 1903, 1909), Mguering@stargate.net

COEN - (Trying to locate birth place, parents and/or siblings of Darby Joseph COEN,
born Ballinsloe area c. 1849, parents John and Bridget COEN. Possibly Lurgan Beg
or Drumatober. Father raised or trained horses. Emigrated to US c. 1866 on ss
Louisiane or Louisiana. His brother, John, born c. 1857, immigrated c. 1871. Both
brother settled in Janesville area, Rock County, WI. Darby married Margaret
SULLIVAN Oct. 1875; John married Bridget FEELEY Nov. 1878. Darby died 1919;
John 1909.), Marilyn Schultz, schultz4831@wi.rr.com

COFFEY, Ballinasloe 1800-1850 Rebecca Erickson, becky.erickson@midstatesd.net

COFFEY - (Looking for information on a COFFEY family that lived in Caltra (near
Ahascragh). The children moved to America around 1850 and spent time in the Great
Lake regions of that state. The children were Patrick (b. abt 1832), Thomas (b.
unknown), Michael (b. unknown), James Thomas (b. 1840), Mary (b. abt. 1841),
Ellen B. (b. 1844). It is believed that both parents died before the children moved to
America, that Thomas came to America first, and that James, Patrick, Mary, and Ellen
came to America together. It is not known when Patrick moved to America.), Tom
Coffey; TomCoffey_Ancestry@hotmail.com

COFFY - (I am trying to find information on Patricius COFFY. Christened 3 Feb
1841 Ahascragh And Killosolan, Roman Catholic, Galway, Ireland. Parents are
Joanne COFFY and Maria CARRIG.), Sharon Tate, sharon1@midwest.net, 305
Timothy Lane Carterville, Illinois, USA 62918-1919

COGHLAN - (My great great great grandparents Luke and Ellen COGHLAN
emigrated to Australia from East Galway (Ballinasloe) in 1853. Lukes parents were
John and Catherine COGHLAN, Ellens parents were John and Catherine NEVIN
(formerly LARKIN) One of their sons Patrick COGHLAN was my great great
grandfather.), Bryan Coghlan, coghlanroofing@primusonline.com.au

COGHLAN - (Margaret Dolan born circa 1799 daughter of Catherine COGHLAN
and Thomas COGHLAN. Area mentioned is Eyrarcourt, Ballinaslowe, Clonfert 10
miles south east of Ballinaslowe. Margaret DOLAN nee COGHLAN had a brother
Cornelius who became a priest and also a brother Patrick that was a priest. She
married John COGHLAN (COUGHLAN,COGLIN), he died somewhere before 1841.
Her children are Margaret born c1822, Celia/Cecilia, Mary Ann, James and possibly a
Catherine.), Maureen, maurbug@ozemail.com.au

COLAHAN - See also CALLAHAN, COLLAHAN
COLAHAN - (I am looking for information on PATRICK COLAHAN born
Connaught approx 1837. He emigrated to Australia about 1866 and married Mary
Anne Kearney.), John Montgomery from Australia, monty@acay.com.au

COLAHAN - (Margaret COLAHAN born about 1820-21 Lawrencetown, Galway in
Clonfert Parish. Father John COLAHAN Mother Hessy (Esther) HUGHES. A known
brother was Patrick who died Australia. Margaret married Peter EGAN and emigrated
to Australia in 1838.), Rhonda, rhonda01[NOSPAM]@alphalink.com.au Delete the
[NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

COLAHEN - (William COLAHEN, son of Timothy COLAHEN and Miss
MARTIN.born in Ballinasloe about 1817.married Elizabeth GARDINER or
GARNIER. Children, James, Elizabeth, William, Phillip, Annie, Teresa. John
immigrated to Australia via New York on the "Albioi" 1856.Settled in Ballarat.), Nola
Roughjton, nolaanddoug@omcs.com.au, 31 Rutledge St., Coolangatta Qld. Australia
4225

COLE - (The COLE family were closely associated with the railway in Tuam where
Richard COLE was station master. Richard COLE was born 1841 and married
Charlotte MODDLER of Adare, Co. Limerick in 1877. They were both descendants
of the Palatine settlers who had come to Ireland in 1709 from Germany and who lived
in the Adare/Rathkeale area of Co. Limerick. They had six children, Elizabeth b.
1879, John b. 1881, Edward b. 1884, William b. 1885, Charlotte b. 1887, Richard b.
1889. Edward, Charlotte, and William all married members of the Jelly family from
Tuam.), Jane Leslie, janeleslie@iol.ie

COLEMAN, Clifden, 1800-1850, Ray Ison, r.l.ison@open.ac.uk

COLEMAN - (James COLEMAN born circa 1828-1830 Bootmaker/ Journeyman
Cordwainer married Catherine O'BRIEN around 1850. Moved to Manchester UK
beginning of 1850's James was Bootmaker all his life, he died in1900's. Children John
born 1853/4, Mary Ann (my Gt Grandmother), born 1859 and William 1866. I would
like to find the 'Irish' family of James and Catherine.), Gill Rice,
gilliandavies@lineone.net

COLLINS, Cummer Galway, 1860, Bernard M J Major, bmajor@dircon.co.uk

COLLINS, Ballinduff, Headford, 1800 - 1900, Mary Allen, Jallen43@aol.com

COLLINS - (William COLLINS born 1824/1829 in Galway. Died in 1858/65 in
Australia. Married 22nd April 1849 to Harriett HOLMES in Adelaide, South
Australia. They had a son, John ( Jake ) COLLINS born 30th Sept 1853/54 at Daisy
Hill, Amherst, Avoca District, Australia.), Sally Collins, dscollins@optusnet.com.au

COLLINS - (John BRODERICK and Elizabeth COLLINS of Masonbrook,
Loughrea. Their daughter's was Veronica BRODERICK born 1919. Any information
on relatives with either of these surnames in any time frame would be appreciated.),
Tony Vivian, tvivian@smartchat.net.au
COLLINS - (County Galway. 1830s-1860s. I have information on Mary COLLINS
daughter of Michael COLLINS and Margaret GLEN, looking for more information on
family, decentness of Mary nee COLLINS and William CAVANAGH in New ealand
or brothers and sisters in Galway.), David L Cavanagh, dchester@senet.com.au, 10
Leslie McIntyre Ave, Salisbury Downs, Adelaide, South Australia 5108.

COLLINS - (Barthelemy COLLINS of Kinvarra, County Galway entered the U.S. in
1846 according to naturalization papers. Married Ann DONOHOE/HUE of Newkey,
County Clare. Settled in New Orleans, LA where son John BARTHOLOMEW was
born January 20, 1850. JB married his cousin, Rosenna COLLINS, the daughter of
Barthelemy's brother Thomas COLLINS and Mary DEVER/DEVETT. JB graduated
from U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and retired as Commodore.), Anne Nemeth-
Barath, mrsnb@comcast.net

COLLINS - (Mary (Ann) COLLINS, left Ireland on S.S. Lucania, arrived NYC 5
May 1906. Born ?24 Jul 1886?, in Ballymoe, on River Suck, border of Co.
Roscommon to Martin COLLINS and Mary SCHALL. Paternal grandmother ?Mary
NOONAN? Looking for her ancestry, family burial plot.), Edward Frank,
edlfrank@msn.com

COLLINS - (Martin COLLINS born 1840? at Liddikin. Married Kate DUG(G)AN of
Carrabrowne in Ireland: her Father; John, Mother Catherine (BURKE). To New
Zealand 1860s. Marriage and ancestors sought pre-1860.), Gavin Yates,
gavinyates@xtra.co.nz, 98 Patterson Terrace, Halswell, Christchurch 8003 NZ

COLLINS - (Henry COLLINS m. Mary KEADY, date unknown. They were living in
Suckeen, Galway City, in 1894 when my grandfather Thomas COLLINS was born.
Any information about the location of Suckeen and any family connections would be
appreciated.), Sheenagh Collins, sheenagh_collins@hotmail.com

COLLINS - (Dominick COLLINS born 1870. In 1881 Census was enlisted in
Manchester Regiment on troopship "Lumna" bound for India. Married and living in
Lancashire in 1901 Census. Dominick’s parents were Michael COLLINS and Mary
MULNY/MULRY.), Joan Harrison, myserendipity4@hotmail.com

COLLINS – (Looking for information on the parents of either of the people listed
below: John F. GRAHAM, b. 24 Jun 1816, Galway, Ire m. Maria COLLINS b. March
1818, Galway, Ire emigrated to US in 1865 and settled in Lowell, Mass.), Janet
Madera" jmadera127@yahoo.com

COLLOHAN - See also CALLAHAN, COLAHAN

COMER, Moycullen, County Galway 1800 +, Patricia Concannon,
PATCON123@aol.com

COMMONS - (Patrick COMMONS and wife Mary? (CONCANNON). In The 1871
English Census moved To Leicstershire England: Patrick COMMONS, Head,
Married, Age 41, Male, Born Ireland, Occ: Coal Miner. Mary COMMONS, Wife,
Married, Age 38, Female, Born Ireland, Occ: seamer(stress). Mary COMMONS,
Daur, Unmarried, Age 17, Female, Born Whitwick, Occ : Seamer(stress). Thomas
COMMONS, Son, Unmarried, Age 15, Male, Born Whitwick, Occ: Coal Miner. John
COMMONS, Son, U, Age 9,M, Born U.S.A Occ: Scholar. Henry COMMONS,Son,
U, Age 7,M, Born " ". Mike COMMONS, Son, U, Age 5,M, Born Whitwick. Sarah
COMMONS, Daug, Age 3, F, Born Whitwick. Eliza COMMONS, Daug, Age 1, F,
Born Leicester.), Vicky Commons, vicky@vcommons.freeserve.co.uk

CONABOY - See also CONBOY

CONABOY/CONBOY/CONNABOY/CONOBOY, Leenane, Co. Galway or
Derrypark, Co. Mayo, 1850-1900, Richard Conoboy, riton@comcast.net, 165 S. 46th
St. Bellingham,WA 98229

CONACUR, Creggs, colleeng@bigfoot.com, http://www.jps.net/colleeng/

CONAUGHTON - See also CONNAUGHTON

CONBOY - See also CONABOY

CONBOY, Ballymoe, Co. Galway, (Occupation: Shepherd born: 1891, died 1986
(Maternal grandparent) Am interested in researching great grandparents but have no
information - time frame would be around 1850 - 1900.),
christinahaynes@hotmail.com, Moss Cottage, 80 Oxford Road, Gloucester GL1 3EE
U.K.

CONCANNON, Salahoona/Spiddal/Moycullen, County Galway 1800+, Patricia
Concannon, PATCON123@aol.com

CONCANNON - (Ellen, Brierfield, Abbeyknockmoy. Born abt 1834, died
1886.Married Thomas DOLAN), Anne M. Adams, aadams@execpc.com,
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/d/a/Anne-M-Adams/index.html

CONCANNON - (Ann CONCANNON born 1831 in County Galway, town unknown
parents John and Mary CONCANNON.), 1831-1855, Ed Corrigan,
edmund.corrigan@mailexcite.com

CONCANNON - (Searching for information about John CONCANNON, his brother
James (emigrated to California c. 1900) and 2 or 3 sisters. John, a civil servant, was
born c.1870, married Edith DURRANT in West Indies, children John (married Ursula
FOUNTAINE), Mary Lorna aka Mollie, Patricia Denise (married COLLINS) and
Martin McHugh.), Undine Concannon, umconc@bigfoot.com

CONCANNON - (Thomas CONCANNON was from Dunmore, Tuam, Galway. His
parents were Michael CONCANNON and Honoria CUNNINGHAM. He married
Mary Julia RYAN. Mary RYAN's parents were James (A Shoemaker) and Margaret
(DALEY) RYAN. Thomas and Mary had 11 children. Five of them (Honoria,
Margaret (my great grandmother), Bea, Kate and Joseph) came to the U.S. around the
turn of the century (although I've yet to find out how they got here.)),Nanci Bushner,
glad48@aol.com
CONCANNON - (I am searching for Martin CONCANNON's ancestry. He was born
in 1834 and immigrated to America around the 1850s. He married Honora RELIHAN
in Norfolk, Virginia in 1859. He changed his name to "CANNON" in the mid 1860s.
He had three sons: Charles: B 1860, D 1900; Maurice: B 1863, D 1950 and Michael:
B 1865, D 1910. His death notice in 1896 listed his parents as Charles
CONCANNON and Catherine O'CONNOR.), John M. or Ila A. Cannon,
jmcannon1@verizon.net

CONCAR - (I am researching the surname CONCAR - over the last century and
before in the Turloughmore Abbeyknockmoy, Coolarne and Monivea areas of
Galway.), Mrs Marie Purtill, mariemollycat@aol.com, 19 Studley Road, Torquay,
South Devon TQ1 3JN, England

CONCAR - (CONCAR was the maiden name of my paternal grandmother, Nora
DOONER.), Janice Dooner Lynch, JDOONLYNCH@aol.com

CONEELY, Kilroe, Spiddal, Co. Galway, 1855-1870, (Trying to find information on
my grandmother Honora (Nora) CONEELY.), Tom Walsh, moesie@email.msn.com,
3 Ferguson Rd. Wilmington,MA 01887

CONLEY - See also CONNOLLY, CONNEELY, CONNELLY

CONLEY, City of Galway, Prior to 1875 or coming to the USA, E. Gensch,
ggensch@nconnect.net, 4977 Birchwood Dr., Hwy NN West Bend, WI 53095 USA

CONLEY - (I am looking for information about Annie (CONLEY) O'TOOLE. She
was born July 23, 1873 to Gregory and Annie (KING) CONLEY in County Galway.
She moved to the U.S. before she was married. I am looking for information for her
parents and any siblings she may have had and what church they belonged to.), Anne
Noga, anoga@yahoo.com

CONLEY (CONNOLLY) - (Stephen CURRAN (CURREN) born in Spiddal
1826(?)1827 and married to Mary CONLEY (CONNOLLY) born in Bearna (Barna)
1836 both of County Galway. They lived in Dedham and Norwood Massachusetts had
six children that lived into their old age and brought many young men from their
home area over and found jobs for them and had them as Boarders according the U.S.
Census.), Anne Maini, AnneMaini@webtv.net

CONLIN, Michael CONLIN, Beagh, Kilconly, 1898, Kevin Keeley,
kelouth@btinternet.com, 6 Amanda Drive, Louth, Lincolnshire, England LN11 0AZ

CONLON (could also be CONLAN) - (Searching for any information about Mary
Anne CONLON, born 1852 in County Galway - not sure what town. Parents were
John CONLAN & Bridget TULLY. Mary Anne CONLON married Daniel Henry of
Co. Tyrone in Victoria, Australia in 1874. Unsure of exact date they emigrated to
Australia. They are my paternal Great Grandparents and would appreciate any
information.), Antoinette Henry, antoinette_henry@hotmail.com

CONLON - (Peter J.CONLON my paternal Grandfather was born in Milltown,
Galway between 1885 & 1892 - immigrated to the USA via Canada about 1910. I
would sincerely appreciate any information), Peter Conlon, peterconlon@cox.net,
Santee, California

CONNARE - See Also CONNAIRE, KANAR

CONNARE, Any, Derrybrien, Killeenadeema, Loughrea, 1800's,
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlgalway/connare.htm

CONNAIRE, Any, Derrybrien Killeenadeema, Loughrea, 1800's,
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlgalway/connare.htm

CONNAIRE (CONIRY, CONROY), St Brendan's, Eyrecourt, Ballinasloe, Galway,
1850 -1900, (Patrick QUIRKE born 1852 married Mary
CONNAIRE/CONIRY/CONROY born 1856 at Saint Brendan's Church, Eyrecourt,
Ballinasloe, County Galway. They had 5 children: Agnes, Molly, Theresa, Thomas
and my grandmother Elizabeth Frances QUIRKE born 6-20-1884. Elizabeth
emigrated to New York City in 1902 with her parents. The older children stayed
behind in Eyrecourt. I have no information on Patrick QUIRKE or Mary CONNAIRE
before their marriage.), Maureen O'Donnell Young, moonchildsaint@yahoo.com

CONNAIRE - (John CONNAIRE born in 1810 in Galway), Loughrea area, Caitriona
Lang, cat@hls.co.uk, http://www.liphook.co.uk/connaire/index.html

CONNAIRE - (Patrick CONNAIRE, Derrybrien, Co. Galway, 1800's. b. 3-17-1867,
parents-John CONNAIRE and Cecily BURKE (farmers) siblings-Honora b. 1858
(married Pat WARD, Slievemore), Mary b. 1859, Bridget b. 1864, Thomas b. 1871,
Margaret b. 1875, Michael b. 1877), 4carpenters@ameritech.net

CONAUGHTON - (Mary CONAUGHTON born about1840/50 married Thomas
MacDONOUGH and had one daughter Catherine born 1870 Oranmore, Galway.
Catherine was my Grandmother who moved to Australia where she married John
BAKER in 1890 at Adelaide.), John Warnock, twojays@tik.com.au

CONNAUGHTON, Loughrea to Waltham MA in late 1800s, DATULL@aol.com

CONNAUGHTON (CONAGHTON, CONNORTON, etc.), Williamstown Co
Galway, John CONAGHTON (Sp on 1866 Marriage Record)- Married to Catherine
DONELLY on 12 Feb 1866 at Williamstown Co Galway , Age is listed as 19 in
1866.Townland - CARRENDERRY- Father Michael CONAGHTON- John later
emigrated to NY where he died. c. 1900), CovellN@aol.com

CONNEELLY/ CONNEELY - See also CONNOLLY, CONLEY, CONNELLY

CONNEELLY/CONNELLY/CONNOLLY – (I am inquiring about a Michael
Patrick CONNELLY, I am unsure of his birth date, I know he married a Mary
DONELON born 1861 on 4.1.1900 in Dunmore. They had a son who was born on
2.27.1901 in the hamlet of Carnisseer Ireland outside of Dunmore. Mary and her son
immigrated to the United States in 1906. Any information about this family would be
helpful.), thepricefamily1998@netzero.net
CONNEELY - Patrick CONNEELY and Mary CONNEELY of Bunnagippaun, Co.
Galway (near Oughterard in Civil Parish: Kilcummin) had a daughter, Margaret
CONNEELY, born Aug 27, 1846. Margaret CONNEELY married
Patrick KELLY on Feb 13, 1873 in Oughterard, Church of the Immaculate
Conception. Witnesses: Patt SULLIVAN and Mary CONNEELY. Their children
(with their baptism dates) are: Mary K/Mara (b.Mar 25, 1874); Patrick
(b.Oct 31, 1875); Anne (b. Mar 25, 1877); Martin/John (b.Nov 19, 1878, sponsors:
Pat SULLIVAN & Mary LYNCH); Margaret (b.Oct 17, 1880); Daniel (b.Jul 27,
1882); Bridget (b.Mar 9, 1884); Joseph (b.Mar 7, 1886, sponsors: Pat JOYCE & Anne
MELIA); Catherine/Kate (b.Oct 14,1888), Oughterard/Lough Corrib area, Kathy
Martin, kathymartin@rocketmail.com

CONNEELY - Connacht Galway, Di Dowling, baddowling@vision.net.au

CONNEELY- (Any from the villages of Eararna,Killeany,or Kilronan in the Aran
Isles,co. Galway. 1800 to present day), Catherine O'Neill, cathoneill@aol.com

CONNEELY, Galway City, (I have traced my Great Grandfather Patrick
CONNEELY as being born in Galway City about 1855-1860. He was married to
Mary Anne LOYDE in 1879 and I have found a record for this. Also on this record it
states his father as being Patrick CONNEELY and the two witnesses as being 1)
Patrick GALLAGHER and 2) Mary CONNEELY. Shown on the 1901 Galway census
there are four children Mark CONNEELY aged 8yrs (my Grandfather who became a
CONNELLY on his move to England in the early part of the Century), Martin
CONNEELY aged 11yrs, Catherine CONNEELY aged 13yrs and another Patrick
CONNEELY aged 17yrs. At the time of this Census the family were living at No 4
Forbes Lane, Galway City. I also know that at one point about 1893 the family were
living at an address in Eyre Street, Galway City. I would appreciate any information
anyone may be able to offer about the family.), Clive Connelly,
cliveconnelly@hotmail.com

CONNEELY (CONNELY) - (Margaret CONNEELY (CONNELY) born in 1845 in
Ireland (Father's name James). Married Patrick H. HANNON (Born abt 1833 was the
son of Patrick Hannon and Margaret Feeney (sp?). Their children included Anna,
Michael, Patrick Jr., Katherine, James and Mary. It is believed they lived in
Lettermore or Tiraanfhia (Teerne). Would like to communicate with anyone that has
information regarding this family.), Peggy Hannon Heitz, pheitz@msn.com

CONNEELY/CONNOLLY, Spiddal/Kilroe, 1850's, (Interested in the family of
Bartly CONNEELY, born approximately 1836. In 1866 he married Anna CURRAN
and lived in Kilroe.), Karen Frederick, kfrederick@brynmair.com

CONNEELY/CONNOLLY - (Searching for any information on Festus
CONNOLLY from the Clifden or Renvyle area of Co. Galway. He married Bridget
GIBBONS abt 1842. Two of their children were Honor Ann b.1844 and Michael b.
1848. The family emigrated to Michigan.), Donna Hutchings, hutching@erols.com

CONNEELY/CONNOLLY/CONLEY – (Frank WALSH (born before 1856) in
Galway. married Bridget CONLEY, CONNOLLY or CONNEELY. (CONNEELY
shown on birth certificate, but I have also seen her name written CONLEY or
CONNOLLY) also born before 1856 in Ireland. Their children which may all have
emigrated to the U.S. were: Martin, Michael, Peter, Thomas, Francis (Frank),Coleman
Patrick (died before 1927, Portland, Maine), John, Julia, Bridget born 24 Jul 1876
Kilro-East, Spiddal, Galway, Ireland. d. 22 Feb 1943, Portland, Maine. (This is my
grandmother. Her name shown as Delia WELSH in the Certificate of Landing
document. Arrival: 05 May 1899, Boston, Massachusetts. Departed from: Glasgow,
Scotland 23 Apr 1889. Arrived: 05 May 1889, Port of Boston, Massachusetts; (re
Immigration: US Certificate of Landing document - SS Peruvian sailed out of
Glasgow, Scotland – I have copy of this certificate.) She is shown as Delia WELCH
after this.), Margaret WALSH (only one to retain the original WALSH surname
because she emigrated yo the United States at a later date than her siblings) b. 31 Oct
1885, Kilro-East, Spiddal, Galway, Ireland; d. 24 Oct 1978, Portland, Maine.),
Patricia (Duffy) Terho, patterho@comcast.net

CONNEELY/CUNNEELY - (CONNEELY/CUNNEELY Family Of Williamstown
- north Co Galway - farmers and merchants.), Christine Mills Christine@cbrak.co.nz

CONNELL - See also O'CONNELL

CONNELL - (My grandfather John CONNELL was born in Galway but moved to
Yorkshire, England with his brother Patrick. He married there had seven children.
There are still cousins in Galway (Michael). That's all I have.), Sheila Borchers,
crikey70@yahoo.com

CONNELL/O'CONNELL - (Michael CONNELL/O'CONNELL born c.1840
married Cecily McHUGH in old RC Church, Clifden - 2 Nov 1860. They had 7
children - Peter, Thomas, Anne, Cecilia, Michael, Mathias and John (Jacko). They
emigrated to Wednesbury, Staffordshire, in 1877 (where Jacko was born.) Cecily
McHUGH was baptised in Ballyconneely in 1842. Her parents were Matthew
McHUGH and Margaret DUANE. Any CONNELLs or O'CONNELLs of Connemara
or other west of Ireland origin and/or with links to McHUGH or DUANE.),
bwedginton@aol.com

CONNELLY - See also CONNOLLY, CONLEY, CONNEELY

CONNELLY - (Bernard and Bridget (EGAN) CONNELLY, Emigrated c 1843 to
NYC then to Ulster County, NY - worked as a quarryman in bluestone quarry.), Greg
Burns gburns@rcc.com, 400 River Avenue Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 8742 USA

CONNELLY, TiburonSt@aol.com

CONNELLY - (Eneas CONNELLY, son of Mark CONNELLY and Honora
STANFORD was born in Nov.1871. He married Mary FINN 0n the 24th of July
1897. They had nine children, Honoria 1898, Mark 1899, Patrick 1901, Michael 1903,
Eneas 1905, Martin 1907, William 1909, James 1911, Mary 1915. Patrick was my
Grandfather, he died approx 1950 in an accident in Lincolnshire, England. Mark ran
the farm in Cullane, Ballindine, Co.Mayo on the border with Galway until his death in
1969. His son, Mark, now runs the farm. I believe some of the children went to the
states but I cannot find any more information.), Paul Connelly,
paul.connelly@masoncom.com
CONNELLY - (I am interested in the name of Patrick CONNELLY (farmer) married
Bridget MOLETTI, Poiredmond, Williamstown, Co. Galway 1897/1899. They had 9
children.), Eileen Donlon, nanee@bigfoot.com

CONNELLY - (Daniel CONNELLY born in Galway Feb. 2, 1860. He became a
school teacher there. In the 1880's he immigrated to USA and settled in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania and went to work for the Pennsylvania Railroad. He was naturalised as
US citizen January 16, 1889. Where can I get information regarding his birth or
certification to become a teacher? I don't know who his parents were or if he had any
siblings.), Steve Turner, sgt1@flash.net, 8765 Ferndale Rd. #166 Dallas, Texas USA

CONNELLY - (Desperately seeking info on John CONNELLY Jnr born 1811 circa
Galway? son of John and Bridget CONNELLY Galway. John Jnr married Elizabeth
KING at Saint Augustus Manchester 1845 he was a widower, I need to know where I
can find out more about them?), Derek Roberts, derpal@btinternet.com

CONNELLY, Clifden GALWAY, 1842, (JULIA CONNELLY BORN 1842
CLIFDEN GALWAY MARRIED JOHN HENRY WEBB 1862 in Ballarat Victoria
Australia died Yarra Bend Asylum 1868 Come up against that brick wall again can
anyone help no idea of her parents or siblings or when she came to australia),
side_winder@iprimus.com.au,
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ajs51/index.html

CONNELLY - (Looking for information on my great grandfather Coleman
CONNORS from Rosmuck county Galway Ireland was married to Bridget
CONNELLY she was the daughter of Thomas and Ann Mannion CONNELLY. They
had several children: Coleman, Thomas, Bridget, Patrick, Michael, John and
Stephen.), Karen Connors, KAREN22460@aol.com

CONNELLY - (I'm trying to back track my great grandfather the only info I have is
the following if it is any help. Martin CONNELLY born Galway 1836 or 1839 an
assisted immigrant arrived Hobart Town Tasmania aboard the "Startled Fawn" 1855.
He was a railway overseer on pipline project. Married Frances Fanny COURTENAY
In Hobart Town Aug 12 1873.The family relocated to Victoria then to New South
Wales. I'm not familiar with the county so where in Galway he was born I'm not
sure.), Ross Connelly, rocon@austarnet.com.au

CONNELLY - (I'm looking for information on John CONNELLY born: abt. 1882
Ireland, Immigration: 28 Apr 1904 to Ellis Island USA, Married: Delia FAGAN.
Delia FAGAN born: abt. 1884 Ireland, Immigration: 12 Oct 1905 to Ellis Island USA,
Married: John CONNELLY. They had six children: Joseph, Mary, Julia, John, Francis
and Margaret. They went to Bronx New York USA and he worked with the New
York Police Dept.), Ben Beard, brbeard@comcast.net

CONNELLEY - (I am looking for info on my great grandfather, Patrick Francis
FALLON, born on January 6th, 1838 in either County Galway or Mayo. Patrick
emigrated to the states sometime between 1856 and 1866. He settled first in
Flemingsburg, KY and later in Sherman, Texas where he died in 1928. He had known
relatives in Dunmore in 1931 who were sons of his sister Cecelia FALLON (born
1846, died in Ireland 1930). The son’s names were James, Michael and William
CONNELLEY, all living in Dunmore in 1931. Patrick’s parents were William
FALLON and Margaret CONNORS, both born about 1818 in Ireland. He had 5
siblings in addition to Cecelia who were all born in Ireland and emigrated later to the
states. They are Tobias ‘Tobe’ FALLON b. 1847; Margaret FALLON b. 1849;
Mary E. FALLON b. 1854; John J. FALLON b. 1858; and Delia J. FALLON b. 1861.
I am trying to establish birthplaces or residences in Ireland for any of the above, and
also any descendants of the CONNELLEY brothers. Most likely all of the above are
from around the Dunmore area or nearby County Mayo.), John Dent,
john.dent@tiscali.co.uk

CONNELLY (CONNEELY), Rusheny, Oughterard, 1875 - 1910, (I am looking for
information on the CONNELLY (CONNEELY) family of Rusheny, Oughterard.
Patrick CONNELLY married Bridget COYNE and had the following children:
Thomas, Patrick, Bridget, Julia, Kathleen, John, Margaret, Ellen. Bridget, John,
Kathleen, Julia and Ann immigrated to the USA in the early 1900's and settled in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.), William M. Henry, wmhenry106@aol.com

CONNELLY/CONNOLLY, Area of Galway Ireland, Time sphere 1780 to 1850,
Derek Wm Roberts, derpal@btinternet.com

CONNERS/O'CONNER - (Margaret CONNERS b. 1821, Parents Bartholomew and
Bridget (DWYER) CONNERS or O'CONNER), City Galway, Rick Keane,
rkeane@means.net

CONNERY (CONNAIRE, CONROY), Townland: Abbey, Parish: Woodford (RC),
1810-1846 -> Warrington Eng. ->1854 -> NYC - 6th Ward (1877), Brian F. Callahan-
taquin@ibm.net

CONNIFF, Athenry area 1800-1860s, R. Elia, moocow@dfront.net

CONNIFF - (John CONNIFF (or possibly Thomas) who emigrated to Shelburne
Falls, Massachusetts from Athenry, probably a publican, married to Mary Dunne from
Waterford, three children), BRyanspans@aol.com

CONNIFF - (Researching Bridget CONNIFF born circa 1807, daughter of Patrick
CONNIFF and Bridget GERRAGHTY, probably from Tuam. Married Thomas
Hession in Tuam 1826 before coming to Australia in 1841. Also had a brotherThomas
CONNIFF who went to the USA circa 1850.), Denise, denrei@optusnet.com.au

CONNIFFE - (Patrick, Julia, Honora and others migrated from GALWAY probably
in the early to mid 1800s. Julia and daughter Honora lived in Charleston and Colleton
County South Carolina.), Chuck Hanberry, CHanberry@aol.com

CONNOLLY - See also CONLEY, CONNEELY, CONNELLY

CONNOLLY - (I am a relative of Catherine CONNOLLY of Dunmore or Tuam (b.
19/7/1866, d. Aug? 1935). Left Ireland aged 16 in 1882 for Australia. Met future
husband on boat Thomas GANNON of Tuam or Dunmore (b. 9/1/1856, d. ?1935).
Married aged 19. Catherines siblings were Michael (Aus), Mary (Aus), Thomas (U.S),
John (U.S), Edward, Honor and Brigette (all Ire). I am particularly interested in
contacting relatives in Ireland and U.S.), John Ashwell, jmash77@hotmail.com

CONNOLLY - (John/Patrick CONNOLLY [various spellings] born Galway prob
Oranmore 1820 married Margaret ???? date unknown. 1st son Morgan born circa
1846 2nd Maurice b. 1848 3rd Edward John b. 1851 All born Galway. The family
were in Staffs England on the 1861 census.), Margaret Grundy,
margaret@tollgate39.fsnet.co.uk, 39 Tollgate Drive Stanway Colchester Essex CO3
5PE

CONNOLLY -(Martin Joseph CONNOLLY b. Nov. 1873 Galway Isle (Became a
U.S. citizen in 1900) and brother Patrick (b.aprox. 1876), and their father Martin (b.
aprox. 1843) came to Pennsylvania sometime in the 1800's. Galway, Mid 1800's, Liz
Smith, las2u@concentric.net

CONNOLLY - (Mary CONNOLLY married Patrick ROONEY. They had a daughter
named Helen (born 1881 in Athenry), Athenry, County Galway, Sandra Ware,
sangew@bellsouth.net

CONNOLLY, Cloonfayne, Dunmore 1880 >, Mike Duffy, mike_bx38@prodigy.net,
PO Box 38 Bronxville NY 10708-0038 USA

CONNOLLY, Portumna, Co Galway 1855. Michael CONNOLLY was born 10 Dec
1855 and immigrated to Australia in 1875. Who did he leave behind?), Fiona Cassidy,
c.cassidy@mailbox.uq.edu.au

CONNOLLY - (Patrick CONNOLLY married Barbara NEE about 1868-1870, In Co.
Galway.On 2/2/1870 their son Patrick Edward CONNOLY was born. He emigrated to
US. and became a citizen in 1895.), Carol Fricke, jsfly@apollotrust.com

CONNOLLY - (Lawrence & Catherine HYNES ,Pollagh, Co. Galway 1850-60's,
children: Thomas, John, Michael, Catherine, Bartholomew, Martin.), Lorraine
McMahon, lorrainemcmahon@hotmail.com

CONNOLLY - (Thomas CONNOLLY (b. April 1855, Galway, Co. Galway) married
Alice QUINN (b. 1858, Galway, Co. Galway.) Parents (prior to emigration aft. 1883)
of Thomas (b. abt. 1878), Helen Gertrude (b. Nov. 1880), and Nicholas (b. Feb.
1883.) Family lore says Alice QUINN'S older sister (Mary E. QUINN, b. April 1855 -
- emigrated to America abt. 1880) and brother (Nicholas QUINN, b. Nov, 1853,
emigrated to America abt. 1884) joined an uncle (John ALLYN Sr., b. Apr. 1822) in
Benton County Indiana, barbspan@aol.com

CONNOLLY, TiburonSt@aol.com

CONNOLLY - (Margaret CONNOLLY married to Thomas GLYNN. Co. Galway
Kinvara Parish, Diocese of Kilmacduagh. Daughter Brigid (Delia) was born 1879.
Have no info on Margaret, looking for dates, parents.), Kathleen Spivey,
spivey@bellatlantic.net, 261 Marigold Court, Toms River, NJ 08753 USA
CONNOLLY - (James CAVANAUGH and Mary CONNOLLY lived in Carrick, Co.
Galway between approx. 1875-1895. Their children were: John (b. 1874), Bridget (b.
1878), Margaret (b 1880), and Kate (b. 1884). The children emigrated to the U.S.
(first Pittsburg, then S.F.) in the 1890s.), Dugganlaws@aol.com

CONNOLLY - (I am seeking information regarding my grandparents Bartholomew
CONNOLLY and Mary Bridget COLLINS aka Minnie COLLINS. they lived in
Galway in the latter part of the 19th century. they had eleven children of whom my
mother was the eighth and the third daughter. I know my grandfather appeared in the
1901 census as the head of household. I am fairly certain they were both born in either
Galway or the county of Galway, my grandmothers maiden name was COLLINS
daughter of William COLLINS and Mary DOHERTY both of Galway. Any light on
the subject would be most welcome.), Sheilah Cangley, sheilahcangley@hotmail.com

CONNOLLY - (Seeking info on Anna CASEY and Martin CONNOLLY parents of
my grandmother, Mary Marie born in Lettermore, County Galway, abt 1899, She is
listed on her marriage certificate as being 24 ys old (m. feb. 12.1923). She m. a
Joseph HITCHCOCK in Belmont, Mass. I believe Anna and Martin had at least one
other daughter and a son.), Diane Conti, dmconti@webtv.net

CONNOLLY - (Bartholomew CONNOLLY of Barnaville, Ballinasloe, Co Galway.
His son John CONNOLLY with his family emigrated to Australia in 1841 and settled
in Queensland where the family is well documented.), Carolyn Nolan,
Carolynmnolan@aol.com

CONNOLLY - (Patrick CONNOLLY born 1800-1843.Galway; arrived in Australia
1800-1843. Married Sarah O'NEILL (ONEALE)in 1843 NSW Australia. Could also
be connected with the surname BURKE.), Tonita Lawrie,
tonita@universe500.fsnet.co.uk

CONNOLLY - (Martin CONNOLLY, born 1870 in Tuam, Galway; father Patrick
CONNOLLY; emigrated to Middlesbrough, England by 1893.), Megan Smith,
megansmith@sympatico.ca

CONNOLLY - (I am trying to find any information on Johanna CONNOLLY with
her birth registered in the district of Loughrea in the union of Loughrea in the County
of Galway in 1885. Apparently it was actually February 16th, 1885, Kelly's Lane
Loughrea. Apparently her father was Peter CONNOLLY, a shoemaker, from Kelly's
Lane, and her mother, was Mary Anne CONNOLLY, formerly McTIGUE. Mary's
mother, or grandmother, was apparently present at the birth. Her address is listed as
Moore Street, Loughrea. Apparently this was all registered, I guess Johanna's birth, on
the 16th March 1885. I think she may have been my grandmother who emigrated to
Australia. I would love to hear from anyone who might be able to throw some light on
this for Me.), Trish Lamb, trishbartle@msn.com

CONNOLLY - (My great grandparents, Patrick CONNOLLY b: abt 1853 and
Bridget (WELCH/WALSH) Connolly b: abt 1857 were from Carna, County Galway,
Ireland. Do not know when they emigrated to Minnesota, but one source indicates
they married after arriving in Minnesota. They had three children: Thomas born 1882,
my paternal grandfather, Bartley Joseph born 1884, and a daughter Anne born
December 1886 and lived at 127 Cayuga according to the St. Paul City Directory of
1884-1885. Sometime after Anne's birth the family travelled to Oregon then while
Patrick sought work, Bridget and the three children returned to Ireland for a brief
period to stay with family in Carna. According to a book "A History Yours in Sports"
by Don MacWilliams the family left Ireland and moved to Portland Maine about
1894. Thomas became a policeman in Portland. Bartley was a member of a group of
American fighters who travelled overseas three times. He held three championships.
He married Agnes Josephine LAMONT (daughter of William and Mary (GODFREY)
Lamont), September 1910. His parents were shown as deceased on his marriage
license. He retired from boxing in 1913. Anne married Coleman SULLIVAN of
Boston who was also a police officer. Anne died 1933. My grandfather, Bartley, died
in Portland, May 1962. I've had very little luck tracing this lineage as my parents
divorced when I was quite young. Does this family sound familiar to anyone. Does
anyone visiting the forum have information on Patrick and Bridget's lineage?), Denise
Savage, dennim57@yahoo.com

CONNOLLY - (Looking for info on Anna CONNOLLY born in Co. Galway, 1890's
possibly near Clifden. Mother's maiden name might have been GOLDEN and her
fathers first name is believed to be Valentine. Emigrated to Chicago around 1918 and
lived with brother Patrick. Married Thomas SHEERAN in Chicago around 1921.),
Cis, Barnmeen3@aol.com

CONNOLLY- (Seeking information on the family of Catherine Agnes CONNOLLY,
believed to be born about 1902 in Carna, County Galway, immigrated to the USA in
1924. Parents believed to be Patrick CONNOLLY and Bridget KENNEY.), Frank D
Jurenka, fdavidj@comcast.net

CONNOLLY – (Timothy Patrick CONNOLLY b abt 1867 in Oughterard, lists his
father on Massachusetts marriage cert as Thomas CONNOLLY, mother was Bridget.
He married Mary CONNOLLY (same last name, from Clifden?), after they came to
US separately in 1890. He was a Stone Mason who settled in West Roxbury, Mass.
Looking for who were left behind.), Jim Casadevall, jcasadev@msn.com

CONNOLLY /CONNEELY - (Searching for any information on Festus
CONNOLLY from the Clifden or Renvyle area of Co. Galway. He married Bridget
GIBBONS abt 1842. Two of their children were Honor Ann b.1844 and Michael b.
1848. The family emigrated to Michigan.), Donna Hutchings, hutching@erols.com

CONNOLLY/CONNELLY - (Martin CONNOLLY b.c.1843 m. Ella b. abt.1832
Martin Joseph CONNOLLY b. Nov 1873, Patrick CONNOLLY b.c.1876), Galway
Isle, Liz Smith, Las2u@concentric.net

CONNOLLY (CONNELLY) - (Patrick CONNOLLY (CONNELLY) b. 1853
Spiddal, County Galway, m. Bridget WALSH (WELSH) b. ca 1857. Living in
Ramsey County, Minnesota 1884-86. Bridget had a brother, Mark, living with them in
1885. Moved to Portland, Maine ca 1900. Both deceased by 1910 when their son, my
grandfather, Bartley Joseph CONNOLLY, married Agnes LAMONT d/o Wm.
LAMONT and Mary GODFREY, in Portland, Maine. Trying to locate information on
Patrick and Bridget's Irish roots.), denni57@yahoo.com or Denise@edurostream.com,
529 Sugarbush Circle, Frederick, MD 21703
CONNOLLY/CONNELLY/CONLEY/CONNALY, etc., Connemara, Galway,
(Michael, Simon with wife Margaret, John and Martin emigrated to Illinois, USA
with mother Mary c1854.), Philippa Schrader, PhilippaS@aol.com

CONNOR, TiburonSt@aol.com

CONNOR, Tuam, Co. Galway, (Searching for Descendants of Larry/Lawrence
CONNOR and Eliza MERNA (b. 1872). They had at least two children, Edward and
Mary CONNOR.), John Merna, mandjmerna@juno.com

CONNOR - I'm trying to trace my Great Great Grandmother Bridget CONNOR's
origins in Galway. She was born there about 1846/7 and moved with her parents Ann
and Martin to Birmingham, Warwickshire before 1850 as her sister Mary Ann was
born in Brum in about 1850. She married Martin CLARK(E) at St Chads Catholic
Cathedral, Birmingham on 24 June 1866. I can trace her in Birmingham from 1851
but I'm interested in finding out about where in Galway she came from.), Justine
Rose, Justine.Rose1@ntlworld.com

CONNOR – (My great-great-great-grandparents - Andrew and Catherine CONNOR -
Came from County Galway to the US around 1849. He was born about 1820 and she
about 1826. I found a marriage record for 1844 of Andrew CONNOR and Catherine
CONELL in Annaghdown. I need to find out their parent's names as well as exactly
where they lived in Annaghdown so I can visit in September 2012.), Steve Chandler,
schandle@nycap.rr.com

CONNOR (O'CONNOR, CONNORS, CONNERS) - (Miles CONNOR
(O'CONNOR, CONNORS, CONNERS), b. 1815 Aran Islands, son of James and
Katherine (NOONAN) CONNOR, brothers Patrick, James, and Anthony. Emigrated
to Boston, MASS in 1841 with brother Anthony. Married Mary Ann Lee in Boston,
1849, children Miles, Mary, John and Thomas-all born in Boston. Seemed to have
cousins (Bartley, Miles and Mary) who were children of Matthias and MARY
(CONNELLY) CONNOR, who emigrated to Boston in 1834.), Bob Page,
paymy@aol.com, 40 Cherry Street, Danvers, MA 01923-2820. [This e-mail address
is out of date]

CONNOR(S) - (John CONNOR(S) m. Mary DARMODY in Dunmore, county
Galway in Feb.1852.Witnesses were Patrick CONNOR(S) and Honor KNIGHT. No
parents were named, 2 daughters, Margaret b. 1862 and Ellen b. 1867 emigrated to
USA abt 1885. Looking for more family and place of birth of above named. All
possible sources of info here have died.), E. Carla Skiffington,
T.Skiffington@worldnet.att.net, 68 Pine St.Freeport, Maine USA 04032

CONNORS - (Joseph CONNORS sailed on the Eliza from County of Cork, Ireland
on 10 May 1832 as a convict to Sydney, Australia, aged 22. Crime - Whiteboy. Native
Place - Galway. On the same ship and convicted of same crime was Patrick
CONNORS who may have been a brother. Information is known of Joseph and his
descendents since his time in Australia. His second marriage in Australia was to
Hannah COWLEY or CONNOLLY from Tuam. Trying to make the connection back
to Ireland -possibly record of his birth, parents' names for instance, where parents may
be buried.), Liz Rowe, lizrowe@bigpond.net.au, 7 Mackinlay Place Winthrop 6150
Perth, Western Australia

CONNORS (Norah CONNORS born Galway Feb 6 1894, father Michael
CONNORS, mother Ann BUSCH. Norah had a brother Patrick CONNORS and a
sister Celia CONNORS. The children immigrated to the US - date unknown. Much
later, Ann Busch CONNORS immigrated to the US. Norah married in Frank Silver in
Connecticut.), Ellen Ade, honora402@msn.com

CONNORS - (Margaret CONNORS born circa 1810. She married Patrick
SHEEHAN in Galway circa 1828. Children were John born circa 1830, Catherine
born circa 1833, Luke born circa 1835, Patrick, Michael born circa 1838, Peter born
circa 1840, Martin born circa 1842. Margaret, Patrick and the children emigrated to
Australia aboard the "Mangerton" in 1852. We believe Margaret may have died on the
voyage as we are unable to find a death record and Patrick remarried in Australia.),
Kaylene Dunn, dunnfamily@cnl.com.au

CONNORS - (I am researching the ancestry of Mary CONNORS, born Easter 1794,
probably in Galway, to John CONNORS & Bridget FOLAN.), Denise Gorham,
denise.gorham@lfhi.com

CONNORS - (Looking for information on my great grandfather Coleman
CONNORS from Rosmuck county Galway Ireland was married to Bridget
CONNELLY she was the daughter of Thomas and Ann Mannion CONNELLY. They
had several children: Coleman, Thomas, Bridget, Patrick, Michael, John and
Stephen.), Karen Connors, KAREN22460@aol.com

CONNORS - (Timothy CONNORS b abt 1812 near Oranmore, Towngrove, Galway
parents Bartholomew CONNORS and Catherine SULLIVAN married Mary
FINERTY 8 July 1841 Church of Rome Towngrove, Galway.), Jenny Wood,
jenny@antiquity.com.au

CONNORS - (Thomas CONNORS, born about 1849 in Galway. Parents Thomas
CONNORS and Mary GLENN - Married Mary GRADY/GREADY in Lynn, Mass.
16 Sep 1875. Mary GRADY was from Kilcolgan Parish, Galway), Judy Lubinski,
judy@mail.manti.com

CONABOY - See also CONBOY

CONABOY/CONBOY/CONNABOY/CONOBOY, Leenane, Co. Galway or
Derrypark, Co. Mayo, 1850-1900, Richard Conoboy, riton@comcast.net, 165 S. 46th
St. Bellingham, WA 98229

CONOD - (I am searching any information regarding the CONOD family. I have
information regarding my Gt/Gt/Grandparents niece, Ann Marie CONOD, aged 13
years, born perhaps in Kingstown. This information was obtained from the 1851
Census records for the BASKERVILLE family, Herefordshire, U.K. Any information
on this surname appreciated.), Jason HARRISON, JASONHARRO@AOL.COM,
Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia
CONRAD - (Thomas CONRAD b. 1833 in Galway to John CONRAD and Bridget.
Thomas settled in Lee, Massachusetts in the early 1850's. He married Bridget
McLAUGHLIN (b. 1837 in Galway) on July 18 , 1857 in Lee, MA . She was the
daughter of Lawrence and Mary McLAUGHLIN from either Moylough or Killian.),
Juliet McGowan, JULES.MCGOWAN@juno.com

CONROY - (Variously called Stephen or John, apparently arrived in Australia aged
about 6years. m. Bridget TOOHEY/TUOHEY/TUOHY in Australia), County
Galway, 1800-1890, Chris Jefferys, ohagan@merlin.net.au, 9 Philip Terrace Mount
Barker South Australia 5251

CONROY - (Michael CONROY of Claddaghduff), 1800's, N. Sterling,
dsterlp@aol.com

CONROY - (Martin CONROY born 1876, Mason Island, Galway. Married Barbara
RIDGE born 29 May1879, Culleen, Carna, Galway died 20 July 1918 Boston,
Masachusetts, USA), Kathleen Langdon Gillis, babage@comcast.net

CONROY - (Thomas CONROY/CONRY was born in Nympsfield, Cong, Co. Mayo
March 1865 to Thomas CONRY & Mary COSTELLOE, had a brother James older.
Believe he came to Brooklyn, NY cc 1886, he married to Mary
FLAHERTY/FAHERTY, from Annaghdown, Galway Feb 1889 in Brooklyn, NY and
they had 7 children. He worked the Brooklyn docks, and some of his in laws also did.
He is said to have died in an accident on the docks cc 1901.), Ed Conroy,
timlorr@ptd.net, 123 Buckeye Lane, Milford, Pa.18337 instead of 6 Dale Rd,
Monsey, NY. USA

CONROY - (I am Kathleen CONROY daughter of Marcus CONROY (b:1904) in
Cambridge OH. My Grandparents were Michael Joseph CONROY & Julia JOYCE -
both born in USA -- Julia's parents were also from Galway -- Great Grandparents
were Coleman CONROY (b: 1846) & Sarah Penelope BRENNAN (b:1850) -- both
from Galway -- They immigrated to US in 1868 -- Great-great-grandparents were
Patrick Conroy & Mary CONNELLY (no dates available) My branch of the
CONROY family is planning a Millennium 2000 Reunion in Galway and would
appreciate any info on long-lost relatives -- places to go and things to do in the area.
Most of us have never visited Ireland previously.), Kathleen Conroy,
KTConroy@aol.com

CONROY, Galway, 1770-1800, (Looking for Thomas CONROY, born about 1778,
parents Jon CONROY & Ann CHRISTIE, Thomas was in the 17th Foot. Came to
Australia on the "NILSDALE" 1832. With wife Hannah REDFORD and two
children, Ann born Hull England, John born Galway Ireland. They settled in New
South Wales, then Queensland.), June Frances Sparreboom, ruspar@in.com.au, 6
Jarvis Street, Stafford Heights, Brisbane, 4053, Queensland, Australia.

CONROY - (I am researching two families in Eyrecourt CONROY and STANTON
from 1830s-1900's. Stephen CONROY son of Mary STANTON and Thomas
CONROY Eyrecourt Co Galway born approx 1858 emigrated in 1870s to Brooklyn
NY. He had two marriages; first name unknown, second to Mary DALTON from Co.
Limerick in 1898 Brooklyn New York. Daughter Ellen CONROY. Stephen
CONROY died in 1904.), Julie, salein@eircom.net

CONROY- (Seeking any information on Hugh CONROY who married Catherine
JOYCE in Co. Galway around December 1857. They later moved to Glasgow,
Scotland.), Maurice Doherty, madoh@ix.netcom.com

CONROY - (James F.(Frederick/Francis) CONROY born Mount Carmel Ireland
James F. CONROY married Margaret?? Born in Bolton.Lancashire. They had five
children William, Thomas, James, Jane, Ellen all born in Mount Carmel. Found on
1901 Liverpool Census.), Carol, car5lyn@aol.com

CONROY - (My father was Robert Willliam CONROY from Rostullis, Woodford,
Co. Galway. His siblings are: Nora, John, May, Lily, Frank, Jimmy, Patrick, Tommy,
& Michael. His parents were William CONROY (from Rostullis, Woodford) &
Elizabeth McLAUGHLIN (From Portumna, Co. Galway). William CONROY (Circa
late 1800's?) had many brothers that left for New York area that we have no
information on.), therufs@cascadeaccess.com

CONROY, Connemara, (I am researching the family of Martin CONROY born about
1861 in the Connemara area of Galway. He married a Bridget KANE I think in
Galway before settling in Jarrow Co Durham from about 1886. Their children were
Michael born c 1886, Martin born 24/8/1888, John born c1890, Phillip born c 1893,
James born c 1896, Mary A born c 1898, Kathleen born c1900. In the 1901 British
Census Martin's household also listed a Phillip CONROY aged 26 occ ships platers
labourer born Ireland, Patrick CONROY aged 20 born Ireland occ Ships Platers
Labourer (both boarders) & Patrick KANE aged 20 born Ireland occ Ships Platers
Labourer (visitor).), Joy Conroy, jlconroy@bigpond.com, 10 Murray Street, Ettalong
NSW Australia

CONROY - (I am looking for my maternal great grandparents. My grandmother is
Margaret CONROY. Her parents were John and Bridget, maiden name Duane. They
were farmers in Doohulla,Clifden, Galway.), Chris Doyle, khyrohn84@yahoo.com

CONROY - (John O'SHANNESSY was from the Woodford area of Galway, Ireland.
His family was sponsored to Australia by his wife's brother, Richard CONROY. John
and his family arrived at Point Henry, Geelong, Victoria, Australia on the "City of
Manchester" 11 JUL 1854 at the age of 48, Parents listed as Michael
O'SHAUGHNESSY and Mary BRODERICK. Married Bridget Conroy 1836 Galway.
There are 4 children listed arriving including my Great Grandmother Mary Ellen
O'SHANNESSY born 1840. I would like to hear from any Relatives and would also
ask of what RC Churches would have been in Woodford at this Time.), Kevin Egan,
pkegan4@bigpond.net.au

CONROY – (I am looking for lineage on my Great Grandfather Patrick CONROY
who married Mary Ann ANDERSON (I think in the US because she is from Illinois).
I recently found his Declaration of Naturalization in Hebron, Nebraska. It says that he
was born Nov 5, 1860 and he was born Poulton Lee Fyld, Lancashire England. I
believe that he was an In Door Farm Servant at Fairfield Farm in Poulton Le Fylde.
The Civil Parish was Hardhorn with Newton. I would be so grateful if I could find
more info, such as why he was born in England, rather than Ireland, etc.), Judy
Corliss, mjjkska@yahoo.com

CONRY - (Patrick CONRY born 17 March 1829/33 in County Galway to Patrick
CONRY and Margaret MURPHY, married Mary Anne BURKE in 1868 in Boston,
mother Margaret wrote letter to Patrick in the USA on April 9, 1868 from Castlegar
Parish. Where is Castlegar Parish? East or West?? Would like to know more about the
family in Ireland. Letter also mention friends of Margaret as P. Bourke, his wife and
daughter Biddy who had become Mrs. NOLAN.), Larry J. Purcell,
dollar13@juno.com

CONRY - (Looking for information on my GrGr Grandfather, Patrick MURRAY, he
was born about 1839, Dunmore Co.Galway. He married Margaret CONRY born abt
1837 and they lived in Bishop St Dunmore, I believe they had a lodging house. They
had a son John Murray (My Gr Grandfather) who married Mary BRENNAN from
Tuam, I am unsure if there were other siblings. I am interested in hearing from others
researching similar names in the vicinity of Dunmore/Tuam.), Ann,
durbridgela@bigpond.com

CONWAY, 1800 to 1863, (Michael CONWAY b. c. 1829 m. Catherine WELSH b.
abt. 1829 in Galway, Ireland.), Peggy Finney, peggy.finney@worldnet.att.net,
http://home.att.net/~peggy.finney/McClafferty.html

CONWAY – (Edward CONWAY b. abt 1824, Co. Galway listed in 1861/1871
England Census St. Luke's London, with Wife : Agnes CONWAY nee TRACEY also
born in Galway. Children: Mary & Thomas CONWAY. Looking for Edward's
parents in Co. Galway.), M. Foster, Genesnoopy@aol.com

COOGAN - (My Grandmother Emily Elixabeth COOGAN, born 1883 (probably in
Galway City). Moved to England probably around 1896), Mike Robotham,
mikeoftintine@yahoo.ie, Tintine, The Rower, Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, Ireland

COOK, Thomas and Mary, b. 1820's, Co Galway, children Mary, John, Mary, Patrick
COOK emigrated to USA- Northern California abt 1886), Brett Crosson,
kirsgen@hotmail.com

COOK - (Sylvester Ambrose COOK, born February 15, 1870, Galway. Parents John
COOK and Marian (JOYCE) COOK, immigrated to Belmount county Ohio 1884.
May have had a uncle Thomas COOK who also immigrated to Ohio.), Regis Cook,
Regis_Cook@compuserve.com, 15651 SW 210 street Miami, Florida 33187

COOK/COOKE - (John B. COOKE (d. Oct 1923) m. Georgeanna Marshall (d. Aug
1935). Children: Walter H. b. 1871; Mary R. b.1872 (ms. STOCKWELL); Jack M. b.
1873; Alfred E. b. 1878; Daisy b. 1879; Blanche E. b. 1883; Grace I. b. 1885, Ethel
La TOURETTE b. 1888. Family lived in Dobbs Ferry N.Y., buried in Moravian
Cemetery, Staten Island, NY. John B. possibly came from Ireland; his parents
possibly were James COOKE and Mary BURKE. Contact from anyone with
knowledge of this would be greatly appreciated.), Diane Brennan,
alnabroone[NOSPAM]@cox.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address
COOK/COOKE - (Margaret COOKE and John DONOHOE of Connemara 1880’s.
Their children born 1886-1896 were: Agnes, John, Redmond/Raymond, Joseph,
Walter, Margaret & Mark. Emigration 1903/1904 to Portland, ME, Chicago or
Boston. Contact from anyone who has knowledge of this family would be
appreciated.), Diane Brennan, alnabroone[NOSPAM]@cox.net Delete the
[NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

COOKE, Claddagh, 1800-2000, John Cooke, cookie5@eircom.net [This e-mail
address is out of date]

COOKE, Clontuskert, 1800-1900, Darina Cooke, darinacooke@oceanfree.net,
http://www.geocities.com/clontuskert_ie

COOKE, Kylesalia,Kilkieran, Co. Galway, (Parents of John COOKE, married Maria
JOYCE 1881),Freda Cooke, seanfred@ihug.co.nz, C/o P.O. Main Road, PAPAROA,
Northland 0585, New Zealand.

COOKE- (Michael & Mary Ellen COOKE Born 1800? Family home Keave,
Ballymacward, Woodlawn. Co. Galway. 18 children, 11 boys and 7 girls. Some
immigrated to England, some to the USA. I am the daughter of Mary Josephine
COOKE. would love to hear from anyone who knows of the family or there
whereabouts.),Tricia Turner, tricia2004@tiscali.co.uk

COOLAHAN, Ganaveen, Ballamnach, Ballinsloe. Far East end of Galway, 1825-
1880, Tracie Kroeker. jtkroeker@home.com

COOLEY - (I am researching my 4xGreat-Grandfather, Jacob COOLEY b.1792c,
possibly around Tuam and Gort. Jacob was transported as a convict from England to
Australia onboard the LARKINS, 22 Nov 1817.), Christine Larcombe,
clarcombe@yahoo.com

COONEY, abt. 1850 Keelogues, colleeng@bigfoot.com,
http://www.jps.net/colleeng/

COONEY - (My gggrandfather Michael COONEY was born 1818 in Castlegar.He
married a Julia CLASBY around 1845 possibly in Athenry.Came to America to the
Port of New York April 20th 1847 on the ship Albion out of Galway harbor with son
John COONEY who was 2. They went to Springfiled Mass first before settling down
on a farm in Kingston NY. Michael had a brother John born 1815 in Castlegar. He
married a Bridget GREANY 1846 in Castlegar and came to America in 1850 and
settled down on a farm in Kingston NY. Looking for any COONEY, CLASBY,
GREANY relations.), Joe Carey, JAustinCarey@roadrunner.com, 6 Meadow St APT
22 Clinton NY 13323., USA

COONEY - (From Galway. My GGF Bernard COONEY settled in Vermont (CA
1845-50). His wife was Cecily NALLY. Their children were: Owen Eugene or
Agean, Thomas, Catherine , all born in Ireland. I would like
to know their town of origin.), Jane Cifranic, janegotnet@aol.com
COONEY - (Thomas Edward COSTELLO- I'm looking for Information on my gggg
grandfather. Thomas Edward COSTELLO was born around 1827 in Dunmore. He
married Honora McDERMIT. She was born around 1831 in Ireland, I do not know the
township or county. I do not have any information on them immigrating and believe
they died in Ireland. One of their sons's was also named Thomas Edward COSTELLO
born 3-17-1853 in Dunmore. According to his obituary, he immigrated to the US at
the age of 17, which would be 1869 through New York and settled in Iowa. He
married Margaret COONEY, daughter of Michael COONEY b.1813 and Margaret
Tierney b.1824 both of Tipperary City Ireland.), johnandstacyburkett@earthlink.net

COONEY - (Nora COONEY born 31 July 1869 Village of Conrower, Oughterard
County Galway to a Roman Catholic family. Her father's name was Edward
COONEY; her mother's maiden name was GALVIN she had two sisters (names
unknown). Looking for any information on her parents or siblings.), Kimberly Alter,
butifglas@comcast.net

COONEY - (I am looking for relatives of Michael GRANEY 1838-1885. He lived in
Galway, came to Boston MA, USA in 1870 with his pregnant wife Winifred (nee
COONEY) the settled in the Cambridge area and had 3 more children, Thomas F.
(1870-1932) William (1875-1945) and Mary (WALSH) (1878-1931). Thomas is
buried in the Cambridge Cemetery. William and Mary are buried in Mt. Pleasant
Cemetery in Arlington, Mass. Would love to find some cousins out there, or more
info on the COONEY's and WALSH's.), Francie Ryl, FraRyl@msn.com

COPPINGER - (Norah COPPINGER, wife of Michael FLEMING, gardener. Their
daughter,
Margaret FLEMING, born 1842 GALWAY, arrived Melbourne, Australia c. 1857.),
Lyn McLeavy, lynm@trump.net.au

COPPINGER - (I am trying to trace my family tree and would like any information
on the following people: John COPPINGER born 1826 CORMACOO ? and died
1880 Cormacaugh West. Patrick COPPINGER born 1854 Cormacaugh West died
1933. William COPPINGER born 1886 Tiaquinn died 1949 Gorteen. Who did they
marry and on what date, Did they have any children if so full names and dates of
birth.), Margret Coppinger, mecoppinger@yahoo.co.uk

CORBETT - (George CORBETT & Honora NEVIN/NAVINS), Galway, mid 1800's,
N. Sterling, dsterlp@aol.com

CORBETT - (Luke CORBETT, b. ca. 1800, lived in Clifden area, Co. Galway.
Known children, Peter, b. abt. 1842, Bridget, b. abt. 1839, and Michael b. abt. 1836.
Luke CORBETT m. Bridget KING. To our knowledge this couple remained in
Ireland. We are sure there are children other than just these three. Peter CORBETT m.
Margaret HOLLERAN, b. Ballyconneely, IRL and immigrated to Manchester,
Hillsborough, NH. We know of four known Corbett relatives, three of whom settled
in Lynn, MA. They were the sons of Martin CORBETT. One of these sons, Martin,
m. Barbara O'MALLEY, also of Galway. The fourth son of Martin lived in NYS,
name unknown. I have a website of baptisms/marriages (church records only, no civil
records) beginning in 1838 covering only the areas surrounding Clifden and
Ballyconneely. Cut-off Dec 1899.), Cynthia Corbett, cynthiacorbett@earthlink.net,
http://www.geocities.com/galwaycorbett/index.html

CORBETT - (Am searching for anyone with a RIDGE male married to a CORBETT
female, both from Co. Galway near Clifden. This couple came to the US and settled in
NYC. They had least two daughters and had CORBETT relatives living in Lynn,
Essex, MA in the early 1900s for the two girls visited them and are remembered.
Other relations would have been MITCHELL, McHUGH, O'MALLEY, and
HOLLERAN, possibly GLYNN, KING, and O'NEIL all from Co. Galway. Sorry so
vague, but I have no real information.), Cynthia Corbett,
cynthiakcorbett@hotmail.com

CORBETT, Oranmore, (Thomas CORBETT born 1804 app died 1882 Dublin
married Mary & or Bridget b:?, d:? Children: Anne 1834, Mary 1835, & John 1940.),
Gail Nettle, gailnettle@hotmail.com

CORCORAN, Tuam Co. Galway, 1770-1860, Catholic, Penny Gordon,
pjmg2@primus.com.au

CORCORAN - (Looking for realatives of John CORCORAN born in 1869 in
Galway-died in 1947 in Boston, MA. Married Maryellen RILEY born in Galway
1870 and died in1947 in Boston MA. They had four children: Mary Ellen, William
1900, Margaret 1894 and George Patrick 1905.), davedianemac@worldnet.att.net

CORCORAN - (I am not sure but Edward CORCORAN (circa 1795) or his son
Matthew CORCORAN (circa 1831) may have originated from Ballymoe, Castlerea
Co. Galway. I am trying to confirm this through baptismal records in the Church of
St. Croan. Today I am mailing a letter to the Church.), Rosemary Eacobacci,
reacob@aol.com, 100 Grandview Rd. Suite 203 Braintree, MA 02184 USA

CORCORAN - (William CORCORAN moved from Williamstown, Galway to
Carrowduff, Co. Roscommon some time after 1901 - possibly as a result of the
Congested District Board. I believe his wife was called Mary, and he had five children
that I know of - Johnny, Tom, Bridie, Bea and Hanora (my grandmother). I would like
to know about the CORCORAN family before they moved to Roscommon.),
molly_james@hotmail.com

COREY/CORRY/CORREY - (Anthony COREY/CORRY/CORREY. His
tombstone states that he is of County Galway Ireland. He married Bridget LYONS.
They were in Pennsylvania by about 1860. Any info or clues would be appreciated.),
Joy dixon at joydix1007@aol.com

CORLESS, Roscahill, Killannin, County Galway 1800+, Patricia Concannon,
PATCON123@aol.com

CORLESS - (I am researching my family's past and I know my great grandfather was
Michael CORLESS who came from Ireland to the USA (New York City) in 1882. He
was born, I believe, in January 1865. I don't know if he had any brothers or sisters. In
the USA in 1885 or 1886 he married Louisa McLOUGHLIN who was also born in
Ireland in March of 1867. ), James J. Corless, corless5@ntplx.net, Plainville
Connecticut USA

CORLESS - (I am looking for INFORMATION ON MY ANCESTOR MICHAEL
CORLESS. HE WAS MARRIED TO BRIDGET DEVINE (Deviney) and I believe
they resided in Loughrea, in Galway. Michael was born in 1830 and died in 1872.
Bridget died in 1894. They had 8 children: Catherine (b. 1856) who married George
Welby; Patrick (b 1858); Michael Francis (b. 1860) who immigrated to USA (c.
1876); Mary (b. 1862) married a Christian STRONG (daughter: Katie STRONG);
John (1864-1901), William (b. 1866) married Teresa DUVENAN (6 kids: Janey,
Teresa, Michael, Mary, John, William); Bridget (b. 1868) married Hubert MOORE;
and Thomas (b. 1870) That is about all I know. All of Michael and Bridget's children
remained in Ireland except for Michael F. who immigrated to Ohio to live with a
brother of Bridget DEVINE.), EH8477@aol.com

CORLISS – (I am researching my great great grandfather Mortimer CORLISS, who
was born in the Parish of Rahoon (which was a separate parish near the town of
Galway) Galway County, in June 1819 to Kate (Catherine) and Paul CORLISS. Paul
CORLISS was born between 1780- 1800 in County Galway -unknown where as
parish registers only began after 1800. Kate CORLISS - maiden name was FAHEY
was born in the same period of time as her husband and no parish records are
available again for her. Paul was a bootmaker. I do not know anything about their
lives apart from my great great grandfather Mortimer, becoming a tailor. However on
June 26th, 1841, 24 year old Mortimer joined the British Army at Athlone Barracks,
Athlone, Co. Westmeath. His attestation describes him as a well built man of five
foot and eleven and a quarter inches. He had large blue eyes and dark brown, wavy
hair, and a fresh complexion with no distinguishing marks or scars. He was sent to
serve in Barbadoes after a year. After his return, he married his Irish born wife,
Hannah CASHMAN who lived at Dover with her parents. They moved to Woolich
Barracks and were sent to New Zealand in 1854 to serve in the Royal Artillery. They
survived a fire on their ship in the mid Atlantic Ocean by guano ship which rescued
them and took them to St. Helena. They eventually returned to England and were
ordered to sail to NZ a second time on another ship. They had a large family in New
Zealand and never returned to England or Ireland. Some of their children had high up
positions in the government departments in New Zealand. There are many
descendants of this family now in NZ. I would like to know more of the early history
and names around the time of Paul and Kate CORLISS.), Helen Solomons,
contact@borninourhearts.org.nz

CORLIS/CORLISS/CORLESS - (My GGG grandfather Patrick CORLIS and his
brother Charles and their families arrived in Sydney Australia on the ship SUSAN 25-
3-1841. While I have some of their history I am always searching for more info on the
family. Their parents were Michael CORLIS and Margaret CONNER. They all came
from the TUAM area Co Galway.), Ray Corliss, ccorliss@tpg.com.au

CORLISS (or CORLESS) - (From Ballycahalan and Drummnalough, Parish of
Kilbeacanty, near Gort. My ggfa Michael (b.ca 1828) married Mary STEPHENSON
in 1861 Children were Anne Mary, Thomas, James, Bridget, my gfa John Joseph
CORLISS who came to New York and Kings Counties in 1899, Luke, Catherine,
Ellenora, Michael, Edward, Agatha. At least the last two also came to NYC.), Joe
Ryan, jryan@olympus.net

CORMICAN - (My g g g grandfather,James CORMICAN and wife Ellen lived in
Galway, Parrish of Abbeygormigan, Cappanaghten townland,in a house with 61
acres.Their son,James, born 11/30/1854 in Ireland, married 1877 in Canada, died in St
Paul,Mn 05/28/31.), Sharon L Turk, DTurk31916@aol.com

CORMICAN - (Reasearching in Oranmore and Cloughalahard, Clarinbridge areas.),
Jack Keating, jkeating@mediaone.net

CORNWALL - (Eliza CORNWALL married Thomas FINNEY of Currakreen
House, Tuam c 18.4.1823. Emigrated to Australia 8.10.1872.), Roz Benson,
bossybootswa@dodo.com.au

CORRALL, all, all, Stephen John Corrall, steve.corrall@cwcom.net

CORRIGAN - See also KERRIGAN

CORRIGAN/KERRIGAN - (Mary dau of Helen ACTON & Patrick CORRIGAN
(sometimes spelt KERRIGAN) migrated to Australia & NZ about 1870/1873.),
Margaret, culroy@hotmail.com

COSGRAVE - (James COSGRAVE and his wife, believed to be Mary Kathleen?
Had a son William James COSGRAVE. The 1881 census gives him born in Ireland
1854/55. Census doesn't give county, but it is understood that the family originally
came from Connemara.), Rosy James, reaj@hatpeg.freeserve.co.uk

COSGROVE, County Galway, 1810-1850. (Specifically Peter COSGROVE), Mary
Lowe, mmfor2@uswest.net

COSGROVE - (Any list of COSGROVE family in Ballyglunin, Ballyamona, Tuam?
My g-grandfather was Martin S. b1836.), Dennis W. Cosgrove, dwcos@mediaone.net

COSGROVE, Crumlin, Galway, (My grandfather Myles COSGROVE (1895)
married Mary or Maryann MAHER of Ballymacward, Galway. His parents were
Michael & Mary and his siblings were twin sister Delia, Mary, Martin, William, Pat
& Peter. He left Ireland settle in Boston area then New York area.), Maureen,
RJKINS@aol.com

COSGROVE, Killerin(?) near Tuam, Galway c1800 - 1870, Audrey King,
apk@optusnet.com.au

COSGROVE - (Looking for info on the COSGROVE's of Ballyglunin, Co Galway.
My Grandfather was William COSGROVE, parents Michael COSGROVE and Mary
TARPEY. Siblings are Myles, (married Mary Anne MAYER), Delia, (Married John
BURKE) Peter, Patrick and Mary (married Paddy FORDE). Family links include
BURKES/QUINN.), Bkellyshome@aol.com
COSGROVE - (Peter COSGROVE c1800 Wife Catherine were in Litchfield UK. in
1846 Children inc Anne Thomas Michael + six other girls.), Pat Davis,
brucedavis@impulse.net.au

COSGROVE - (Looking for info on Peter COSGROVE from Ireland. Married to
Mary ? from Ireland. Had a daughter, Mary Elizabeth in 1878 in Brooklyn, NY. She
died in 1928.), Rich Van Manen, vm1211@prodigy.net

COSGROVE - (I am trying to obtain a link between my greatgrandparents and their
ancestors in Ireland. They are William COSGROVE, born circa 1847 in County Mayo
Ireland and listed in the 1881 census as living in Earlestown Lancashire in Viaduct
Street with their family. Also his wife Eliza, born circa 1846 in Galway
Ireland.William worked at the colliery in Golborne.), John Cosgrove,
jmejsajc@hotmail.com

COSGROVE - (Henry COSGROVE born 1823 in Galway, Ireland. Had a wife
Mary, also from Galway. Had at least one child, named Catherine, in 1857 in
Leicester, England.), Rachel Johnson, johnsongenealogy@comcast.net

COSGROVE - (I am searching for the family of Thomas COSGROVE, born about
1798 in Meelick, County Galway. He married Ann, born in 1801, maiden name
unknown. They had at least three children, Patrick, born about 1828;Mary, born in the
30's, and Thomas born in 1842. Immigrated to Baltimore in late 1840's.), Jim Dowdy,
jdowdy@atlanticbb.net

COSGROVE - (I am looking for Thomas COSGROVE born Galway about 1813
married Bridget ? around 1850.They move to Staffordshire in the 1850, there first so
John was born in Wolverhampton in 1852 .They have large family, but I am looking
for Michael COSGROVE born 1861 in Galway.), Jeff Butler,
pateena@iprimus.com.au

COSTELLO/E, Tuam, 1800-1880, (John COSTELLO/E born 1828 in Tuam. His
mother was Celia but I do not know his father's name. I do know that John
COSTELLO/E had a daughter born around 1857 named Maria Bertha (Mary)
COSTELLO/E), J. Curran, kevjen@alphalink.com.au

COSTELLO - (My father was Patrick COSTELLO from Ballynahoun[?], a few
miles outside of Galway. His father was Martin Edward COSTELLO. On my many
visits to Ireland, I found many Costellos around Galway, but only one relative, now
living in my father's family home. I would be interested in any info on either my
mother or father's family if available. His mother was Ellen COSTELLO. Her name in
Irish was YING or McGINN in English. My mother came from Loughenbeg [?] near
Galway. Somehow when her older siblings came to America, they adopted the family
name of KING.), Martin Costello, joanbd@aol.com.

COSTELLO, Ballynakill near Woodford, 1800 to present, Trish Gray,
trish.gray@nareg.com.au, 35 Gilles Cres. Beacon Hill NSW 2100 Australia

COSTELLO - (Martin COSTELLO was born c1835 Parish Clonrush, Co. Galway.
Parents U/K. Arrived NZ. He enrolled as a Military settler on 4 Sep1863 at Dunedin
NZ. He was a tailor by trade. Also on 25Aug1863 he married
Ellen KEHELY at catholic Chapel, Dunedin, NZ. They had 6 daughters. Martin died
11Aug1875 at Oakura NZ. Ellen then married Sydney MADGWICK, had 7 more
children, she died of post partum haemorrhage on the birth of
her 13th child in 1891.), Vicki Smith, vjsmith@alphalink.com.au

COSTELLO - (My Great Grandmother was Bridget "Delia" COSTELLO b. 1/6/1885
in Co.
Galway to Thomas and Mary (CAREY) COSTELLO. Looking for any info.regarding
Thomas, Mary and any other children they may have had.), Sheila Governale,
sgovernale@csdnr.lhric.org

COSTELLO, Galway and Spiddal, (Margaret A. COSTELLO b. May 27, 1866, in
Galway. Her sister, Bridget (Delia) COSTELLO b. Feb. 25, 1870 in Spiddal. I am
seeking information on their parents, James COSTELLO and Ann MALIA . Margaret
came to America in 1883 and settled in Portland, ME. Delia also came to America.
Any information would be appreciated.), Betsy Murphy, marym@ccpl.carr.lib.md.us

COSTELLO - (Mary COSTELLO, mother of Mary Jane HOLTON or HALTON,
married John HALTON. Very few leads on dates or places. Mary Jane gives Galway
as birthplace on her Australian marriage certificate.), Roslyn Teirney,
rteirney@tassie.net.au

COSTELLO - (Katherine (Kate) COSTELLO, Galway Born ca. 1840 emigrated to
NZ 1862 on the "Pladda" married John FEENEY (of Salthill, Galway) in Dunedin
1866. Any information regarding her parents or siblings would be appreciated.), D
Little, LittleD@xtra.co.nz

COSTELLO - (I'm looking for relatives of a Thomas Abraham COSTELLO born
about 1860 who married a Mary McDonnell . They Lived Taylor's Hill or Prospect
Hill in Galway and I understand he was a tobacco merchant. I think his father was a
William COSTELLO. Quite a few of their children had Joseph Mary as part of their
name, eg. Joseph Mary Aloysius COSTELLO, or Mary Joseph Patrick
COSTELLO),Frances Burt [nee Costello], Gisborne , New Zealand,
pwburt@xtra.co.nz

COSTELLO - (Searching for geographical location of family Marc(us) COSTELLO
m. Mary GEHERTY (?). Brothers may have been John and Thomas. Left Ireland
c.1838-40, when a daughter Margaret was born in Schenectady, NY USA. An
important family name is Timothy (Father's name????). The family settled finally in
Belfast, NY where they were important cheese producers. I'm leaving for Ireland to
Co Galway on 29 March 2000.), Frank Devlin, DEVLINFRANK@prodigy.net

COSTELLO - (Looking any information on John COSTELLO born abt 1860 in
Galway Co. Father's name John COSTELLO, mother's Bridget DOWD. John in
Barnsley, Yorkshire, UK about 1880, married Mary Ann O'DONOGHUE 1883 in
Barnsley. Immigrated to NJ Aug 1892, Mary in 1893 with children. In Ocean Co, NJ
1892?- 1900+.In Brooklyn 1920.Died in Brooklyn, NY,1932, buried Holy Cross
Cemetery. Brothers Darby born c 1867, with John in 1891 Barnsley,Thomas witness
at dau. Sarah's bapt 1888 Barnsley. Children born in Barnsley (Mary, Sarah, John,
William), children born in US Frances, James, Edward, Joseph. John may have been
with brother Thomas in New Jersey.), Edward Allen, eallen2385@hotmail.com

COSTELLO - (Catherine COSTELLO born Kilkelly ? c1850, Galway. Parents: John
COSTELLO, Mother: Julia GALLAGHAN), Beth Page, sandybee@cobweb.com.au,
P.O. Box 396, Gawler 5118 South Australia

COSTELLO, Tuam Co Galway, 1800-1853, Barbara Corrigan,
barcor@bigpond.com, PO Box 35 Mawson ACT 2607 Australia

COSTELLO - (Mary COSTELLO (1813-1902) daughter of John COSTELLO and
Mary O'BRIEN married Henry PRENDERGAST 1.2.1832 at St Mary's R/C Tuam Co
Galway. Migrated to Australia 1854.), Barbara Corrigan, barcor@harboursat.com.au

COSTELLO - (Looking for family of Richard Henry COSTELLO born abt 1842, in
Galway, supposed to have come to Australia with a brother, (possibly named John).
Richard went to Tasmania, Australia, and the other brother unknown. They never saw
each other again.), Ruth Ridley, reridley10@optusnet.com.au

COSTELLO - (James COSTELLO d.18.Mar.1917 in Ramsey Co., St. Paul.MN
Married Julia FOLAN from Spiddle (Án Spidéal). Nine (9) children, first six born in
Keeraun #1 => Bridget Delia COSTELLO, b.02Feb.1868, d.14.Jun.1942.), L. J.
Swendner, Jr., swede@wizwire.com

COSTELLO - (I have a lost lamb, Edward COSTELLO b. May 1838 who emigrated
to New York City in 1853. Where was he born? Who were his parents? His Aunt
Mary COSTELLO married Mathew HIGGINS of Claremorris, County Mayo, in 1823
and left him a nice legacy when she died childless in 1889. His first cousins wrote to
him from the William COSTELLO & Sons Tobacco Company at 10 High Street,
Galway City, during the 1880s and 1890s. He named his first son William and his
second son Edward.), Maureen Costello, maureen1024@yahoo.com

COSTELLO - (GG Grandfather, William Patrick COSTELLO, was born in Ireland
in 1823. William, a coach painter, emigrated to England (around the 1840s) and
settled in Claines, Worcester. William's father was Patrick COSTELLO whose
profession was that of agent. I believe that the family may have come from Portumna,
Galway. I do not know whether or not the rest of William's family emigrated or
remained in Ireland.), Stuart Mills, ilyria30@yahoo.com

COSTELLO, 1800 to 1840, (Patrick COSTELLO, Agent. Son William Patrick
COSTELLO b.1823, Coach Painter who settled in Worcester, UK.), Stuart Mills,
ilyria30@yahoo.com

COSTELLO - (I am looking for information on my GGGF Michael COSTELLO &
the McDONOUGH & SULLIVAN & LYDON families. Michael unknown date of
birth d 1879 in Minnesota, married Bridget McDONOUGH b. 18 Aug 1825 in
Lettermore, Galway. D 24 May 1902 in Kellog, Wabasha, Minnesota Her Parents
were Patrick McDONOUGH b1819 Lettermore d5 Apr 1916 in Wabasha MN,
Mother Julia LYDON b 1824 d 1909, Patrick's parents: Bartholomew McDONOUGH
& Celia SULLIVAN. Appreciate any information anyone may have.), Brian Costello
bcmcjeep@msn.com

COSTELLO - (Thomas Edward COSTELLO- I'm looking for Information on my
gggg grandfather. Thomas Edward COSTELLO was born around 1827 in Dunmore.
He married Honora McDERMIT. She was born around 1831 in Ireland, I do not know
the township or county. I do not have any information on them immigrating and
believe they died in Ireland. One of their sons's was also named Thomas Edward
COSTELLO born 3-17-1853 in Dunmore. According to his obituary, he immigrated
to the US at the age of 17, which would be 1869 through New York and settled in
Iowa. He married Margaret COONEY, daughter of Michael COONEY b.1813 and
Margaret Tierney b.1824 both of Tipperary Cty Ireland.),
johnandstacyburkett@earthlink.net

COSTELLO - (James COSTELLO and Margaret KELLY who had at least three
children, Delia and Edward who immigrated to the U.S. and another brother who
remained in Ireland to work the family farm. Delia was born on March 30, 1883.),
John Higgins, higgins22@msn.com

COSTELLO - (Seeking Information on family of Johanna COSTELLO, born about
1815, married to John SHEA and listed in 1870 US Census as a widow living in
Syracuse, NY. They had three children that I know of, Patrick, Anastasia, and
Margaret all of whom were born in Ireland.), rjshea1@aol.com

COSTELLO - (Elizabeth COSTELLO, b 1835 m Martin LOWRY, b 1828.), Pat
Dill, dillp[NOSPAM]@algorithms.com Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
address.

COSTELLO - (My great grandfather, Patrick COSTELLO, age 3, arrived in NYC on
November 27, 1848 on the Ivanhoe out of Liverpool with his mother, Mary (nee
DALTON) COSTELLO, age 30, occupation servant, and Edward COSTELLO, age 1.
His death certificate of 1918 lists his father's name as Michael. But Michael was not
on the Ivanhoe. The family history is that the COSTELLO's came from Galway. Of
the over 300 people on the Ivanhoe, over 200 listed there occupation as servant,
including a Mary DALTON, age 17, occupation servant. This is an unusually high
number. I know that some landlords in clearing the land paid for passage to America
for tenants, including servants, en masse. Does anyone know of such mass passages to
America from Galway in 1848? ), William E Taylor, William.E.Taylor@state.or.us

COSTELLO - (Maggie (Margaret) COSTELLO, b. 15 Oct. 1863 in Galway,
daughter of Martin and Mary FOLAN COSTELLO emigrated to Maine and married
James MAY. Would like info on her parents and siblings. One sister, Nora
COSTELLO emigrated to Maine also. Maggie died 7 May 1942. At that time she had
a sister Mary FOLAN of Galway.), Shannon May, may@megalink.net

COSTELLO - (I am looking for information about my great grandfather Miles
COSTELLO. He came to Argentina in 1845 and I don't know anything about our
family in Ireland.), Fabian Costello, fabiancostello@hotmail.com, Argentina
COSTELLO - (Looking for Winifred Josephine COSTELLO, b. 1896 in Tuam, Co.
Galway, Ireland d. 1980 in Massachusetts. Immigrated to Boston, Mass. to meet
Robert Howard PEASLEE who she married in 1926. Had 3 children, one still living
today. She was a mail order bride. Looking for any information on her parentage and
siblings.), Kimberley Peaslee, soxfan518@yahoo.com

COSTELLO - (Looking for information on John J COSTELLO b. abt 1848 in Co
Galway. Father was Patrick COSTELLO, mother may have been Maggie CLERY.
John J emigrated to US before 1870 and married twice in Maryland, his occupation is
listed as "spinner" in cotton mills. By first wife, Rebecca, had children: John J,
Maggie, Minnie, Mary A, Walter and Alice Agnes. His second wife was Mary
KEADY and they had sons, Lawrence Philip and James Thomas. John J also possibly
had a brother, Patrick b. 1842 in Ireland. Patrick also worked in the cotton mills in
Baltimore and was married to Agnes, had son George P.), Mary Swanger
Courtemanche, cour4612@bellsouth.net

COSTELLO - (I'm looking for any details on a Martin COSTELLO b1824 and his
wife Mary CURRAN. He was originally from Galway but moved to Lancashire,
England somewhere between 1851 and 1855.), Rachael, Rachael@baz101.f9.co.uk

COSTELLO - (Looking for information on Patrick COSTELLO & Catherine
NAUGHTON. Son Edward born Nov. 29, 1884, Salahoona, Spiddal, Co. Galway.
Siblings Margaret who immigrated to Portland, Maine and James who stayed in
Ireland. Edward immigrated to US in 1907, said last residence was Ballintigant,
Spiddal. Edward married Margaret LYDON in June 1912 in Norwood, Mass.
Edward died March 1980 at age 95 in Norwood, Mass. Brother James was still living
in family home in 1980 in Ireland. Appreciate any information on this family anyone
may have.), Jackie Kiley, harrykiley@verizon.net

COSTELLO/COSTELLOE - (Looking for family of Winnie (FORDE)
COSTELLO of Galway, possibly lived in California. She had a sister Nora (FORDE)
McHUGH. I believe they were from Athenry, Galway. There parents were Martin &
Mary (CANNON) FORDE), Sandra Mullen, Ironpool3@msn.com

COSTELLO/COSTELLOE – (Looking for descendants in US and IRE of Michael
J. Costello, born in 1886 and immigrated to NY in 1906 and who died at age 28,
Michael was son of John Costello and Bridget Bourke who married in 1879 in
Milltown Parish, Galway. AND Michael's widow, Ellen Mitchell Costello, born in
Dunmore Galway in 1885, died in 1918 flu epidemic leaving orphan son John M.
Costello, my father. Michael had siblings Thomas Costello and Mary Fergus who
lived in Jersey City, NJ but lost touch with.), Victoria Costello,
vicostello@sbcglobal.net

COTTINGHAM - (Researching Martin COTTINGHAM b. 25 Nov. 1863 in Galway
Co. (don't know the town yet) His parents are William COTTINGHAM & Margaret
HENIS or HENIN. Martin came to Chicago, IL., Cook Co. in 1882 and married
Agnes L. Scott and they had the following children: Albina M. b. Jan 1888, James S.
b. Nov. 1888, Agnes L. b. June 1891, William b. Mar. 1893, Margaret b. June 1895,
Alice b. Aug. 1896, Isobel b. 1899), Cidney Engberg, Wheaton, IL.,
ENG110@aol.com
COTTINGHAM, 1863-1882+/-, (Martin COTTINGHAM, immigrated in 1882 to
Chicago, IL. b. 25 Nov. 1863 in Rinvyle, Galway. His parents were William
COTTINGHAM & Margaret HEANUE), Cidney Engberg, Eng110@aol.com

COUGHLAN - (Seeking information on Martin ROURKE who married Margaret
COUGHLAN and had child Anna baptized 24 Apr 1843 Ballymacward. Other
children included Martin of Chelsea, MA, John of Charlestown, MA and Thomas of
Medfield, MA), mrofitz@juno.com

COUGHLAN (COUGHLIN) - (Looking for information on the parents (and
pedigree) of my GGG Grandfather, Richard COUGHLAN, born about 1745 (place
unknown). Contrary to his parent's wishes, while attending Edinburgh University,
Richard took passage on a Boston trader and came to America. For this he was
disinherited. He landed in Boston sometime between 1760-1770 and married Sarah
PEACOCK from Hardwick (Worchester Co), MA. I believe Richard's father was also
named Richard and his mother's given name was Esther (LESLIE?). Any help in
tracing this COUGHLAN (aka COUGHLIN) line would be greatly appreciated.),
Peter Coughlan, huskerfan@starpower.net

COUGHLIN, Tuam, C1840, Denis Dalziel, nufced@amitar.com.au

COUGHLIN - (Hanorah (Anna), m. John REAGAN. Said to be an accomplished
dancer. John immigrated to U.S. in 1849-1850. Hanorah and their two red-headed
daughters immigrated in 1853. Both daughters died at sea.), Galway, Pre-1853, Susan
Galvin, sgkg@alaska.net, 8621 Pluto Rd Anchorage, AK 99507

COUGHLIN - (Arthur J. COUGHLIN, Born 1846 In Portumna. Served in British
Territorial Army and was posted to the Kyber Pass in India. After Marriage had six
children and immigrated to Canada in 1915.), John Coghlan,
j.j.coghlan@sympatico.ca

COUGHLIN - (Looking for information on Simon COUGHLIN of Lavagh, civil
parish Killallaghten, Galway. Records at RC parish Cappatagle indicate possible
brothers Bryan, John and possible sister Bridget. Patrick of Lavagh burial in
Ballymacward parish register 1808 probable father as Simon, Bryan and John all
named son Patrick. Simon's daughter Margaret/Mary married Martin ROURKE.),
mrofitz@juno.com

COULEHAN – (Martin COULEHAN born 1832 emigrated to America (state of
Maryland) in around 1836.), Rebecca Smiley, rebecca.smiley@live.com

COULEHAN/COLAHAN/COOLAHAN, Meelick, Clonfert Parish, 1805-1850
(Emigrated to USA 1850, details unknown.), Frank T. Gerkin, fgerkin@ac.net, 28
Lasswade Drive Pinehurst, NC USA 28374

COURTNEY - See also CARTNEY

COURTNEY, Killcarney, Galway, 1891, (Margaret Mary COURTNEY, born in
1891. One official US document states her birthplace as Killcarney, Galway, Ireland.
Her father was William COURTNEY and her mother was Mary O'DONNELL.
Margaret came to the U.S. and settled in the Boston Massachusetts, area when she
was 16 or 17 (that's what she told us) to avoid an arranged marriage. ), Stacey Cimino,
scimino@imany.com

COURTNEY - (Looking for ancestors/relatives of Ellen COURTNEY. She was born
Aug 17, 1846. She was orphaned at the age of 12(around 1858). Two years later she
went to USA. In 1866 she married John GRIFFIN, also from Galway, in New Jersey.
John was born Nov. 15 1843. He left his parents behind around 1863 to go to USA.
They had 6 children, one that died at the age of 20. All I know of Ellen(my great great
grandmother)in her childhood years was that she was baptized in the Roman Catholic
church when she was an infant. My family tree starts with Ellen and John. I have no
info of the COURTNEY/GRIFFIN families before they came to USA.), April,
amills520@yahoo.com

COURTNEY/CARTNEY - (Searching John COURTNEY son of James
COURTNEY and Mary MURLAY born circa 1848 in Galway. Emmigrated to NSW
Australia 1884. Married Mary NULTY/NOHALTY 1886.), John Hill,
dijohnhill@hotmail.com

COWAN - (Nora COWAN born Eyrecourt, Co. Galway approx.1835 and died 1878,
Kingstown, Dublin. Nora Cowan married Samual ALLEYNE, sometimes spelled
ALLEN. B.1832 Tipperary Town. Their children were William B.1860, and Ellin
B.1862. Both were born in Queens. it is possible Sam was in the British Army prior to
1865 when he went to the U.S. to join the Union Army during the Civil War.),
Deb/Tim Nowell, d_nowell@shaw.ca

COWAN, Galway, 1800+, (Looking for William COWAN and his children Fredrick,
William (b 1833), Louisa in or around Monivea , Galway.), Colleen Hodgson,
chodgson@stardate.bc.ca

COWEN, Galway, 1839-1870, Richard Herbert, herbert.r@xtra.co.nz, PO Box 2961,
Wellington, New Zealand

COX - (My Grandfather Michael J. COX was born in Galway in June of 1883. His
father's name was Bartholemew and his mother's maiden name was LINSKEY.
Michael J. COX came to Boston, Massachusetts about 1908 and he married Bridgit
CROWE also of Galway City.), James Cox, jim63@attbi.com

COYE - (Researching COYE 's from Derryhoyle, Craughwell area of Galway), Jack
Keating, jkeating@mediaone.net

COYLE, Loughrea, Galway, 1800's, Elaine Tillquist Pavone,
the_pavones@compuserve.com, 4441 Coles Drive Columbus, IN 47201,
http://www.gencircles.com/users/pavone/5/

COYNE - See also KINE, KYNE

COYNE, Parish of Ross, Co. Galway, 1800-1860, Maureen Kilcullen,
mkilcullen@ireland.com
COYNE, Caherlistrane, Tuam, Colleen Gilligan, colleeng@bigfoot.com,
http://www.svpal.org/~colleeng/connacht/frame.html

COYNE, Maam area, Co. Galway, 1850-1900, Richard Conoboy, riton@comcast.net,
165 S. 46th St. Bellingham, WA 98229

COYNE, 1830s to1910, (Searching for colaterals of Peter COYNE of
CLOON.tl.CLEGGAN,parish of Ballynakill.married Anne KING in early 1860s.
Came from a large family. Had a large family,one son and 7(?) daughters most of
whom emigrated. Some married locally-McEVILLY, MURPHY,O'TOOLE are some
names of husbands of daughters. John, the son emigrated to Australia in the 1880s.
(Peter Coyne died, I think, in the decade 1900-1910), Michael Coyne,
mjcoyne@xtra.co.nz, 1/1080 Beach Rd. Torbay,Auckland New Zealand.

COYNE, Ballyveane, Galway, (My grandmother Delia (Bridget) COYNE (1890)
lived also in Clonbur, Mayo with relatives believe their name was Loftus. Siblings
were Mary, Ellen, Katie, Michael & Pat.), Maureen, RJKINS@aol.com

COYNE - (ggparents Michael and Mary COYNE (formerly COYNE) Farmer Clifden
Galway. My g/father Thomas born November 1865 emigrated South Shields U.K. in
his early teens. Were there any other family brothers, sisters etc.), Tom Coyne, tom
coyne@blueyonder.co.uk

COYNE - (William COYNE of Ross Parish, County Galway. Emigrated to US in
1860's after first going to England in 1850's. Wife was Julia Joyce MALINE
(MALIN?) Settled in Hubbard, Ohio. Born Dec 1806. Also seeking information on
his sons Thomas (1844) and Patrick (1856).), William O. Brahler, Jr.,
brahler@lakeerie.edu

COYNE, Glennamaddy, County Galway, 1855-1882, Luke Johnson,
terreri31@hotmail.com

COYNE, Mayo, (Looking for Anthony COYNE, born 1856 or 1857. He emigrated to
U.S. lived in Kentucky, then Ohio area.), karenn85@earthlink.net

COYNE, Galway, 1800-1850, Darcy (Coyne) DeRosia, dderosia@quixnet.net,
Washington State

COYNE, Lettermore, 1850-1880, (Need info on parents of Coleman J. Coyne b.1880,
emigrated to USA ca. 1906. Parents Anthony COYNE and Mary McDONOUGH
(McDONAGH?)), ReidBecky@aol.com

COYNE - (Thaddeus COYNE, somewhere in Diocese of Tuam; b ca May 1840
possibly to Thomas COYNE and Mary MALLEY. Emigrated to NY 1854. No
definitely known family with him but had relative Michael (brother or cousin?); other
possible relatives Matthew, James, John.), Timothy C. Coyne,
roots.man@verizon.net, 1006 Cromwell Rd., Wyndmoor, PA 19038-7420 USA

COYNE - (Michael COYNE born in County Galway, Ireland, May 5 1814; came to
America in 1836 and settled in Canada. Michael married Cecelia McFADDEN around
1840. Three children; Michael, Martin and Bridget were born near St. Catherines,
Welland County, Ontario, Canada. The family moved to Wisconsin around 1850
where three additional children were born; James, John and William. ),
fredsix@dotnet.com

COYNE - (Dominick COYNE born County Galway 1840, settled in San Francisco,
California around 1868, worked as shoemaker. Married Catherine RYAN, also born
County Galway 1853, not sure where they were married, Ireland or California. They
had children, Elizabeth, Nellie, Clara, Edward, John, Mary, Alice, Irene.), Madelyn
Bechini, Boots1233@worldnet.att.net

COYNE - (Looking for any information on Michael and Catherine (FOLAN)
COYNE from the Ballinakill area of County Galway. They had several children Mary
Agnes COYNE, Bartley COYNE, Bridget COYNE, Nora COYNE, Margaret
COYNE, Anna COYNE, Patrick COYNE, Twins Martin COYNE, and Catherine
COYNE. Mary married Patrick CONNORS, Bridget married Coleman CONNORS,
Margaret married Michael CONNORS (Patrick, Coleman and Michael were
brothers). Anna was married to Thomas FLANAGAN. Patrick was married to
Barbara McDONOUGH, Nora married John ODONNELL, Bartley was married to
Anna TOUGHEN, Catherine was married to Michael CURRAN.), Karen Connors,
KAREN22460@aol.com

COYNE - (Margaret COYNE b 4 Sept 1881 Co. Galway, Ireland (Possibly in Tuam)
d 19 August 1959 Bellaire, Belmont, Ohio, USA Parents possibly Thomas COYNE b
January 1840, Ireland and Nellie O'TOOLE b & d in Ireland. I have no further
information, and I would like to connect with someone who knows this family.),
Jenny Lee, famfinder@msn.com

COYNE - (I am searching for any information on Martin & Mary COYNE (nee
WALSH) possibly Clifden Co Galway. Known children Thomas, born circa 1824 &
John Joseph born 1834. Thomas married to Biddie of Clifden. Both came to Western
Australia in 1853. Martin was my g.g. Grandfather.), Ross Watson,
rjwatson@bigpond.com

COYNE - (I am looking for information on the parents of Matthew COYNE born
1839 who emigrated to England (Birkenhead), he married Anne McLAUGHLIN (b
1841). His father was Matthew also, mother unknown, but she had a farm and ran a
public house in MoyCullen. The younger Matthew had 4 brothers and 1 sister: -
James emigrated to America, Michael carried on the farm, Patrick emigrated to
America but returned in 1906, Edward emigrated to Scotland, probably Dundee and I
have details of some descendants. Julia emigrated to Scotland and married Owen
FLAHERTY, again I have some details.), Theresa Marsden, marsdent@ntlworld.com

COYNE - (Seeking any information on my great grandfather Thomas COYNE. He
was born, according to the 1881 census for England, somewhere in Galway around
1836, his father was called Patrick COYNE ,a farm labourer. Thomas married Maria
GRAY [from Roscommon] in 1862 in Leigh, Lancashire England.At this time they
lived in Tyldesley, Wigan and later they lived in Farnworth, Bolton, all in Lancashire,
England. Thomas died in 1898 and Maria died in 1894.I have not got much
information on their early life in Ireland would like to connect with anyone who
knows anything about these people.), Martin Riley, jan.costa1@btopenworld.com

COYNE – (Looking for any information on my great-grandmother. Catherine
COYNE, married Michael (Patrick) FOLEY around 1890. They had at least 2
children. My grandmother, Bridget Agnes FOLEY, b. 9 Nov. 1892 in Culleen, County
Galway. They also had a son Patrick (Michael) b. 1890-1895. They may have had
other children who did not survive. Bridget can to the US about 1911. She married my
grandfather Roderick MARTIN in October of 1920. She returned to Ireland for a short
visit in 1921. Possibly when Patrick was killed by a bull and/or to visit her mother.),
mbrandimarte@aol.com

COYNE – (I am looking for any information on my great-great grandfather, Thomas
Emmett COYNE. He emigrated from Ireland and ended up in Ohio , US when he was
14. I am guessing his birthdate to be between 1850-1865. Thanks for any
information.), Traci DeFelice, jdefelice@carolina.rr.com

COYNE – (I'm looking for two people from Galway County. Mary COYNE, born
1843, and Michael CAREY born 1837. Mary's father's name was John. They were
both born in Galway County and sailed to the USA, settling in Bellaire, Ohio. They
are my great grandparents and I'd like to know more about their roots in Ireland. My
husband's family also has roots in Ireland, County Cork.
Carol Hutchinson, clhutchinson@neo.rr.com

COYNE – (I am looking for the parents and siblings of my gr-gf Patrick Francis
COYNE, born August 1852, in Hedford, County Galway. He left Ireland in 1873, and
settled in Portland, Maine. He died in 1939.), Robert Keniston, rwkwhtn@aol.com

COYNE – (I’am interested in finding information about my great grandfather Martin
COYNE who was born in Ireland in 1857 and immigrated to Pennsylvania in the U.S.
in 1889. His wife’s name was Mary COYNE (COLLINS) also born in Ireland in 1862
also immigrated in 1889 with her husband.), Martin Coyne,
thehoneyhole@ymail.com

COYNE(KYNE), Castlegar/Oranmore, 1850 - 1900, Dave Robertson,
daverob@globe.net.nz

COYNE/KYNE - (Looking for info on COYNE formerly known as KYNE of
Clonbur, County Galway.), MAGSTAT@aol.com

COYNE/KYNE, of Kilnalag (just outside Williamstown) north Co Galway, (Pat and
Nora (his cousin, also nee KYNE from Tonregee across the border in Co Mayo)
KYNE married in 1863 and settled in Kilnalag. Had a large family. Some emigrated
to Boston area of the US others stayed in Ireland. Would love to hear from anyone
researching the same family.), Christine Mills, christine@cbrak.co.nz

CRADDICK, Galway, Any time, any parish, Dennis A. Craddick,
CRashhup@aol.com, 826 Eisenhower St., Janesville, WI. 53545 USA.
CRADDOCK, Galway, Any time, any parish, Dennis A. Craddick,
CRashhup@aol.com, 826 Eisenhower St., Janesville, WI. 53545 USA.

CRADDOCK, County Galway, Andrea Snoxall, asnoxall@mail.albury.net.au

CRAIG - (Looking for parents of Patrick CRAIG, born 1825-1830 in Galway,
Ireland. Later married Margret, also of Galway. They appear to have lived in
Roscommon and Leitrim counties before appearing in the 1881 Guiseley, Yorkshire,
England census.) Cynthia Richardson, CCRMailbox@aol.com

CRAMPTON – (I am looking for descendants and/or relatives of the CRAMPTON
family of Co. Galway & Dublin most notably descendants of The Very Reverend
John Fiennes Twisleton CRAMPTON (1817-1888), Provost of Kilmacduagh,
Prebendary of Kilteshill & Rector of Aughrim.), Ryan Kriste, Ryan@Kriste.co.uk,
www.kriste.co.uk

CRAUGHWELL, (Meelick, Eyrecourt), County Galway, 1800 - present, Maureen
O'Brien, obrienm@global2000.net

CRAUGHWELL, Ahascragh (Galway ) Crown Estate of Irvilloughter, May / June,
1848, (Thomas CRAUGHWELL and his sisters Hannah and Mary along with his
brother Patrick left Ashcragh in May/ June of 1848 for Galway and sailed on the Sea
Bird for Quebec. They arrived in Quebec in July and possibly New York some six
weeks later.), Ambrose Craughwell, MAREBOSE@AOL.COM

CRAVEN, Tuam, County Galway, pre-1870, (Patrick CRAVEN, born Tuam abt
1845, parents ? CRAVEN & Helen SILKE. Emigrated to Portland, Maine, USA with
cousins John & Thomas SILKE & John HESSIAN unknown date, probably late
1860's.), Steve Delaney, sdelaney@vpr.net

CRAWFORD - (John CRAWFORD born C1821 Gort, County Galway. Moved to
Manchester app 1845 (later married Mary Jane KEARNEY), Barbara Sanderson,
babs46@sanderson46.fsnet.co.uk, 29 Kings Road, Long Ditton, Surrey KT6 5JE,
England

CREAGAN (also GREAGHAN), Cloonshiven (sp?) Galway, 1840 <backwards,
Maureen Cabais Ayala, moezart88@aol.com

CREAHAN, Moniva, County Galway, 1700's to Present, Mark West,
westy3736@aol.com, 3736 W. Sherbrooke Drive Mequon, WI 53092

CREHAN/CREHEN - (Mary CREHAN/CREHEN daughter of John and Catherine
(nee CAHILL) born approx 1836 in Galway. She had a brother James (born approx
1834) and sister Catherine (born approx 1835). All siblings immigrated to Australia in
the 1850's.), Tanya Barnes, tanjezbarnes@bigpond.com

CRIBBINS - (Searching for any information on John CRIBBINS, b.1809, from
Renvyle area of Co, Galway on Drumcoggy, Co. Mayo. He married Mary Ann
CUFFE , b 1812. Emigrated to Ontario, Canada in about 1841. They are on the 1850 /
1860 / 1870 Michigan census at Port Huron, MI. They had three children born in
Ireland, John, Michael, Elizabreth, three born in Canada, Frederick, Edgar, Emily and
three born in Port Huron, Michigan, Harold, Egbert, Ann.), Jim Connelly,
seamusco@sbcglobal.net

CRISHAM - John CRISHAM born in Tuam Galway (Barnaderg, Tygreenan). He
came to America in the
1900s. If anyone has any information on the CRISHAM clan in Galway please email
me.), Kathryn McClung, rmcclung@sprintmail.com

CRISHAM - (Mary CRISHAM, b. 1847 Clunfish near Tuaam, Co. Galway, d. 8 Aug
1913 . ( Her Mother was Mary HIGGINS.) Married John KYNE, b. 18 dec 1847
Headford, Co. Galway, Ire and immigrated U.S. 1856.), Stephen Odell, ccinder@c-
zone.net, 910 Grouse Dr. Redding, CA 96003.

CROCKWELL (CRAUGWELL) - (I am interested in my ggggrandfather Peter
CROCKWELL (CRAUGWELL) who came to the US in 1848. I read that some
CRAUGHWELL's came through Quebec, Canada on the ship Seabird in June of
1848. I was wondering if there was any relationship. Peter CROCKWELL was
married to Winafred FLANNERY c. 1830's. The children's names were Patrick,
Mary, Bridgett and Delia. Patrick was born 1844. I have been told that the first born
child is usually named after the grandfather. Could Peter possibly have a brother
named Michael who was married to a Winnie NOONE (born 1816)? I know Michael's
father was Patrick and mother was Catherine. These are the people that came through
Canada as mentioned above on the Seabird. I have been told that my ggggrandfather
came here to the US in 1848. I'm looking for a connection to this family or any other
you may have.), Michael Foster, IronArm1@webtv.net, 431 County Route 6
Clemons, NY 12819 USA

CRONIN - John O'GRADY married to Margaret DARCY married in Killeenadeema
in 1870, John passed in Loughrea, Margaret took all but one of her children to New
Jersey. The one child that stayed was Patrick O'GRADY married to Mary MORAN,
he passed on in 1917 in Loughrea.) Also looking for information on Mary WALSH
who married John O'Grady, he was from Loughrea and she was from Kenmare in
Kerry Co. They were married in New Jersey USA. Mary WALSH's parents were
Florence WALSH and Catherine CRONIN, Married in 1873 in Killarney. Any info
would be helpful.), Rosie O'Grady/Tombyll, RTombyll@hotmail.com

CROSBY, Timothy or Honora CROSBY, 1800-1880, D. Scrivens,
David@scrivens33.freeserve.co.uk

CROSBY - (Seeking info on Thomas Joseph CROSBY, b.circa 1854 parish
Menlaugh. Married Margaret HESSION, date unknown. Her family was from Tuam.
A relative, John HESSION had a building business in Roscommon in the 1940's.
Would appreciate an address if anyone knows where the Parish Menlaugh records are
currently kept.), Kathleen Kernberger, kkern@napanet.net

CROSDALE - (William CROSDALE born about 1795 in Woodford,Co Galway.
Had a son Patrick (b) 1815 also Woodford.Patrick married Mary Ann LAMBERT.)
Colleen Hooson, hoos@kooee.com.au
CROUGHAN - (Peter CROUGHAN, supposedly from Galway, married Margaret
HYNES. They emigrated to Brighton, Mass. in the late 1840's. Children: Patrick,
b.1825; John (?), James, b. 1831; Charles, Ellen.), Michael Rudy,
MichaelR@ipa.edu.sa

CROWE - (Partick Joseph CROWE, Cloon Dorreghan,Dunmore,Galway,Ireland,
1876. Parents Micheal CROWE & Nellie (Eleanor) CAREY), Albert Olthaus,
alberto@worldnet.att.net

CROWE - (Ellen CROWE, born Turloughmore, Galway, on 24 Dec 1864. She was
the daughter of Martin CROWE and Julia WALSH. Any correspondence about them
would be very much appreciated.), Kathleen Metterville, kmett@comcast.net

CROWE – (I am interested in information about Patrick CROWE (b 1847, d. 29 May
1882), who was married to Bridget MANNION, (b 1859) of Briarfield,
Abbeyknockmoy, Co. Galway. They had at least two children, Sarah CROWE (b 12
Jan 1877) and Martin CROWE (b. 1876).), Thomas Burns,
wendell_four[NOSPAM]@yahoo.com Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
address.

CULLEN, East Galway, 1800 - present, (Specifically in area of Ahascragh.
ggggfather, William CULLEN b1822 Co Leitrim who lived in Ahascragh as a boy
and married local girl Rosetta McCORMICK (Mother Catherine) William joined 44th
Regiment of Foot and it is known that his intention was to return to Ahascragh in the
1860's after retiring from the Army. Wife and children brought up in the parish. Did
the family stay here - Are they any local records held in the Parish which might
determine further family details - christening, marriage, death? Any photos available
of the village / graveyard inscriptions etc ? Any local history or family details most
welcome.), Mike Cullen, mike.cullen@ntlworld.com

CULLINAN(E)/CULLEN - (My g-grandfather John MURPHY b 1834 to either
Catherine CULLINAN(E) or Helena CULLEN & Timothy MURPHY. John settled in
Nova Scotia, Canada. ), Frances Kemp, iris@nbnet.nb.ca

CULLINAN, Galway, Roundstone, Clifden, Tuam. Alice Mathews,
axm15@po.cwru.edu

CUMMINGS - (Roger CUMMINGS was born approx 1847 in Rathangan, Co.
Kildare. I know of one sister--Sarah. I do not know when Roger left Ireland, but he
was in Boston in 1872.), Barbara Piringer, barblp1@juno.com

CUMMINS, Ballymacward, Co. Galway, about 1800 to 1900, Kathy Cummins,
rockgirl@mindspring.com

CUMMINS - (Owen CUMMINS and wife, Bridget CUMMINS (Nee COEN) lived in
Oranmore, County Galway, Ireland. Their children immigrated to the U.S. beginning
in 1907. John J. CUMMINS, born 1881, came to Ellis Island and on to San Francisco,
Ca., USA in 1907. His sisters followed: Annie CUMMINS (married Martin FOLEY)
in 1912 with cousin, Mary HYNES from Oranmore, and Catharine COEN from
Ardrahan, Galway. Also Margaret CUMMINS and Mary Celestine CUMMINS.),
Theresa, Jammers4@aol.com

CUMMINS - (John CUMMINS born around 1885 married Elizabeth REGAN around
1905,they had a son in 1913 Patrick CUMMINS, who came over to England late
1930's. Patrick is my grandfather and I'm trying to find anything out about his family
who lived in Ballinasloe, Galway.), Darren Cummins, raydaz@btopenworld.com

CUMMINS - (Patrick F. CUMMINS of Oranmore Co Galway and Bridgit Anne
GILL of Kilronan Inis Mor Co Galway were married in San Francisco California June
22, 1863 at Saint Mary’s Church by Fr. Thomas LOGAN. Witnesses to the marriage
were Carl McCARTHY and Lara GILL: so say the church records. Patrick and
Bridgit had nine children: two names unknown; Thomas (my great grand father),
John, Edward, Patrick, Annie, twin sisters Elizabeth and Catherine (who liked to spell
it Kathryne and was known as Kate). Around 1880 the family name was changed
from CUMMINS to CUMMINGS. With the exception of John, all rest at Holy Cross
Cemetery Colma California. Bridgit passed away February 24, 1903 (60 years 10
months) while Patrick passed away Ju ne 9, 1908 (74 years 11 months). Patrick’s
father was Bartholomew Cummins of Oranmore Co Galway. Several of Patrick’s
siblings (brothers and sisters) numbers and names unknown came to San Francisco
after the famine. The same can be said of Bridgit’s family members. We know of her
cousin (and contemporary) Patrick GILL and suspect that Lara GILL is a family
member. Bridgit was a cousin of Fr. Peter YORKE (the San Francisco Archdiocese is
located at 1 Peter C. Yorke Way in memory of the good deeds of Fr. YORKE). As a
young man (late 1890’s) my grand father Frank L. Cummings attended Saint Peters
School in San Francisco and knew Fr.YORKE. The CUMMINGS Dairy Farm was
only a couple of blocks from St. Peters on Alaba ma Street. My great grand father
Thomas CUMMINGS worked at the dairy. Following a serious injury with a horse
drawn milk wagon, he took up work in a shoe store. A teamster during the Earthquake
and Fire of 1906, my grand father had much knowledge of family history.
Unfortunately he passed away in 1968, having given us many years of family history
but not all the fine details to make the records we would like to have.), William A.
Whiteley, wawhiteley[NOSPAM]@comcast.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-
mail address.

CUNNIANE - See also CANNAN, CANNON, KEENAN

CUNNINGHAM, Ballinasloe, colleeng@bigfoot.com, http://www.jps.net/colleeng/

CUNNIFF - (From the Athenry area. John CUNNIFF who was probably a publican
emigrated to Massachusetts finally settling at Shelburne Falls in the western part of
the state. His wife's name was Mary DUNNE, probably from Waterford, and they had
four children.), BRyanspans@aol.com

CUNNIFF - (Martin J. CUNNIFF from Athenry born 16 Oct.1846 sailed to NY in
1866 and made his way to Watertown/Waltham, MA. He married Mary Louise
NORTON, also of Galway, but married her in the US. Very interested in his family
prior to US.), Ann-Marie Cunniff, amcunniff@comcast.net
CUNNIFF, Ballymoe, (I have been searching for my fathers family in Galway ,
Ballymoe. His name is Michael CUNNIFF, my father John was born in 1896 and had
2 brothers Bernard and Thomas and sister Mary.), Michael Cunniff,
mcsabu@hotmail.com

CUNNIFFE - (John CUNNIFFE b. abt 1853, sister Maria, b. 1840 (married to John
O'BRIEN) died in childbirth in townland of Brackloon, parish of Clonfert in 1867.
John emigrated to US in 1873 with his mother Ann ?, b. abt 1821 and 2 O'BRIEN
children. John killed in mines, Centralia Pa 1905. Name now spelled KENNEFF.),
Tony Kenneff, kenneff@dejazzd.com

CUNNINGHAM, Loughrea, Galway, pre 1880, Leonie Foley, Jam84@aljan.com.au,
84 Dandaraga Road Brightwaters NSW 2264 Australia

CUNNINGHAM - (James CUNNINGHAM b. 1807 at Rahoon & his wife Ann.
Private in the 51st Regiment arrived in Western Australia 25Jun1840. James was the
son of Thomas and Mary CUNNINGHAM nee FOARD.), Debbie Cunningham,
gdtmc@iinet.net.au

CUNNINGHAM - (Patrick CUNNINGHAM 1786-1850 buried at Kilcoona, Galway.
Brothers were Michael (of Goldenpark) and James (Bohercoill). Patrick married a
CURRAN; had sons Patrick, James, John, Michael and daughter, Kate. James was
born in 1810 and may have immigrated to New York about 1835.), Kathy Parker,
kmparker@prodigy.net

CUNNINGHAM, Co. Galway (maybe Town of Ballinasloe.), About 1865 +/- 15
years, (Mary CUNNINGHAM who married Daniel O'BRIEN. They had 3 daughters
that I know of: (1) Mary O'BRIEN who married James RYAN (married about 1900);
raised their 9 children in Clonfert; (2) Bridget O'BRIEN (1888-1957) who immigrated
to America in 1913 with her sister Katherine; married Martin WATERS in 1920; (3)
Katherine O'BRIEN who immigrated with her sister Bridget to America in 1913;
never married.), tmck.johnson@worldnet.att.net

CUNNINGHAM - (Michael CUNNINGHAM married Bridget/Bridid and his son
Martin CUNNINGHAM born in 1859 -1864 period. Believed to be around the
Tuam/Kilkerrin area. Martin moved to Warrington and may have also had brothers in
that area - Michael jnr is one of them.), Lynda Malone, malonelynda@hotmail.com

CURLEE, Townland of Gortnalone-North, near Attymon, Galway, (Ellen (Nellie)
CURLEE married John QUALTER in the 1860's. They remained in Ireland and had
two sons, Patrick (b. 1867) and Martin (b. 1870), who both emigrated to the USA in
the 1890's. Whatever became of Ellen and John QUALTER, and when did they die?
Who were their parents and when/where specifically did they marry in the 1860's?),
Fatscher@aol.com

CURLEY, Townland of Gortnalone, Civil Parish of Clonkeen, District of Athenry,
Galway, (Ellen (Nellie) CURLEY married John QUALTER in the 1860's. They
remained in Ireland and had two sons, Patrick (b. 1867) and Martin (b. 1870), who
emigrated to the USA in the 1890's. Whatever became of Ellen and John QUALTER,
and when did they die? Who were their parents and when specifically did they marry
in the 1860's?), Fatscher@aol.com

CURLY/CURLEY – (Mary CURLY arrived in Australia (Sydney) on 13 February
1841 on board the "Jane Gifford". Also on board was Mary's sister Honorah. Mary
was 21 and Honorah was 16. They both could read but not write. Their father,
Malachi, was a servant and widower living in Ahaseragh which is about 10 kms. from
Ballinasloe in Galway. Mary is described as a laundress and Honorah as a farm
servant. They were both assisted immigrants.I believe Mary married Michael
BRENNAN although there is no evidence of this as yet.), Joan Hickey,
hickeygj@xtra.co.nz

CURLEY - (John CURLEY Born circa 1833 in Kiltartan County Galway. Married
Honora NELLY in Feb. 1857.),
Peter Burgheim, tubby@squirrel.com.au

CURLEY - (Anthony P. CURLEY - born in Co.Galway 1870 and later emigrated to
and married in Chicago. His brother's name was Martin.), David Carron,
dcarron@aol.com

CURLEY - Ballyaneen, Gort - (Looking for descendants/relatives of 3 brothers,
Thomas b 1861, Michael b 1868, Patrick b 1869, all emigrated to US late 1800's, to
Everett, MA, Dorchester, MA, Bridgeport, Ct, respectively. Parents were John
CURLEY & Catherine GEAGAN, had 2 brothers remained in Gort, 7 sisters, 2 died
in infancy, 4 emigrated to NZ, 1 remained in Gort. Also looking for
descendants/relatives of 2 brothers Malachy and Michael, emigrated to Boston, MA
and also Father Frank Curley who moved to Florida with mother, Mary CURLEY
(maiden name unknown), Ruth Carr, Killomoran@digistar.mb.ca

CURLEY - (Michael CURLEY (a Tailor) born Aug.3,1830 in Rahoon,Co. Galway.
He arrived in Boston on Oct.20, 1850. Became a citizen on Oct.30,1858. Resided at 6
Commercial Ct., Boston MA in 1866.), Brian Reynolds, reynolds@ll.mit.edu

CURLEY, (CURLEY’s and MELLODY’s of Menlough (Killascobe)), Martin
Curley, martincurley@ireland.com

CURLEY, - (Hugh CURLEY b. abt. 1794 Ireland married Bridget unknown b. abt.
1802 in Ireland. Their son named THOMAS HUGH CURLEY was born in Ireland
about 1827. By 1850 they were in Ontario, Canada. We do not know when they came
to Canada. Thomas married Susanna EVERSON in Canada. Their first child was born
in 1851 in Canada. They later moved to the State of Michigan in the United States. In
the 1851 Ontario, Canada census they had a 10 yr.old male child named Francis
MATDAM living with them. We don't know who this child was but wonder if it
could have been a relative. We are assuming that Bridget and Hugh are the parents of
Thomas since they lived in the house with them and their ages would have been right.
Hugh and Thomas were Stonemasons by trade.), Debbie Bert,
debbiebert@ameritech.net

CURLEY - (My name is Marion Crawford and I am a descendant of Ellen CURLEY
WASHINGTON. Ellen CURLEY was born in Massachusetts, as was her sister, Mary
Ann CURLEY. Mary is the oldest, born in 1823 in MA. I do not know the name of
their father but I do know that he was born in Galway County and his wife was born
in the U.S. This wife died and he remarried. I do not know either of their names. Both
girls moved to Canada, Mary probably in 1848 and Ellen in 1851. Ellen had a set of
twin girls in December of 1853 by her husband Abraham WASHINGTON. Mary had
seven children by John McDOWELL as shown on the 1851 and 1861 Census for
Essex County Ontario, Malden Township. The father was in the shipbuilding business
and he was somehow related to the father of James Michael CURLEY, the Mayor of
Boston. In fact I am told he was the cause of the family moving to the U.S. and
settling in Boston. The census records list Ellen's religion as Roman Catholic, if that
will help. She gave birth to ten children, one of which was my Great Grandmother
and she gave that child several names, Maria, Martha, Sophia, Bari, Mundy, Clickett,
Washington. I may not have the spelling correct but the sounds are there. Her first two
were named Angeline and Emmaline, there were two other girls, Mary Elizabeth and
Susanne. The boys were Abraham, James, Michael, Thomas and Edward Daniel.
Mary named her children William, John, Simuel, Samuel, Daniel Benjamin and Mary
Ann. The name ALONZO is also prominent in this family. I do remember seeing an
Alonzo CURLEY in the 1830 or 1840 Census in Boston.), Marion J. Crawford,
MJCrawford@prodigy.net, Detroit, MI 48207

CURLEY, (I'm searching for siblings (or any other information!) about the
following: Thomas, CURLEY B. around 1816 in Galway, probably around
Ballinasloe; married Ellen TRACY in Kilcloomey Parish, Ballinasloe in 1834;
emigrated to Australia where he died in 1874.), Kate Vines,
silkworm@netvision.net.il

CURLEY - (I am looking for information on William CURLEY born December 15,
1814 and his wife Catherine NEWTON born December 18, 1822. This couple had 15
children: Robert, Willliam, Jane, Elizabeth B, Kate, James, Thomas, John, Michael,
Sarah, Francis, Maria, Daniel, Frank and Arthur. These children were born between
1841 and 1866. William and Catherine emigrated to Canada. I'm not sure if all of the
children were born in Canada or not.), Glenda, gmcurley@shaw.ca

CURLEY - (My ancestor Bridget CURLEY arrived in Sydney New South Wales on
27 January 1815 on the ship "Marquis of Wellington" she was not a convict but a free
person. She was born in 1795/1796. On her death certificate in 1865 her father was
stated to be Thomas Curley, Farmer. Galway.), Tom Nunan, nunan@paradise.net.nz,
1 Hadfield Place, Paraparaumu Beach, New Zealand.6010

CURLEY - (Patrick and Anne, possibly siblings. Anne CURLEY, born about 1810,
Galway, Ireland married Michael WARD, born about 1811, Galway Ireland. Do not
know if they married in Ireland or in USA. By about 1835 they were living in
Baltimore, Maryland. By 1850 they were living in Sugar Creek Township, Vigo
County, Indiana, where they settled for the rest of their lives. Patrick CURLEY, born
about 1811, Galway, Ireland, married Catherine. By 1835 they were living in
Baltimore, Maryland. They later - by 1850) - moved to Fairview Township (adjoining
Sugar Creek Twnshp), Vigo County, Indiana, where they settled for the rest of their
lives. Both of these lines married into my COATES & BUTLER lines (of Kiltormer,
Galway) in Indiana circa 1895.), Judy Dear, kenjudydear@comcast.net
CURLEY - (Stephen CURLEY born sometime between 1805 and 1817 in Co
Galway. (Perhaps the Aran Islands according to 2 obits.) Married Bridget FOLEY say
before 1835 in Ireland. Four children, Margaret b. abt. 1836, Mary, b. Jan. 1840;
Patrick, b. 1 Feb 1842; and Hugh, b. abt. 16 Mar 1846. The family arrived in Boston
about April 1847 and resided there until 1858-1863 when they moved to Gloucester,
MA. Stephen d. at Gloucester 2 Dec 1866. Margaret m. John CURLEY at Boston, 30
Aug 1855 and d. 7 Jul 1898 at Lynn, MA. (John was lost at sea in 1885 and Margaret
moved from Gloucester with 3 of her sons to Lynn.). Mary m. Daniel MORRISON of
Nova Scotia at Boston, 10 Apr 1857. They moved to Gloucester by 1860. Daniel was
lost at sea in 1879 and she d. 22 Mar 1917 at Gloucester. Patrick m. Margaret FOLEY
(b. Ireland) 19 Jan 1865 and d. 13 June 1916 at Gloucester. Hugh m. Mary Alcutt of
Boston 19 Jan 1867 at Gloucester. He d. 12 Sept 1906 at Gloucester. Mother Bridget
FOLEY CURLEY lived with the Morrisons and d. 18 Oct 1891 at Gloucester.
Children of John and Margaret were Bridget, Margaret, Mary, Sarah, Catherine,
Michael, Stephen, John, and Edward, all surnamed CURLEY. Children of Mary and
Daniel MORRISON were: Stephen, Mary, Bedelia, Daniel Susan, Patrick and
Stephen, again. Children of Patrick and Margaret were: Sarah, Stephen, Delia, and
Margaret (my grandmother). Children of Hugh and Mary were: Bridget, Joanna, Mary
Ellen, Stephen, Hannah, William, Margaret, and Patrick. I also have additional info
about other Curley families of Gloucester, MA before 1900.), Diana,
diananel@gmail.com, 2717 N. River Rd. Yellow Springs, Oh 45387, USA

CURLEY - (Thomas CURLEY, son of Huge and Bridget CURLEY, was born in
1827 in Ireland and came to Canada and married there. Thomas and wife Susanna
moved to Michigan about 1853 or 1854. Huge was born abt. 1794. Family lore says
they came from the Tuam area. Records show that Thomas and Susanna were living
in Chinquacousy Township, Ontario, Canada in 1851. Later records show that
Thomas and Susanna were living in Paisly, Bruce Co., Ontario in 1865 when they
signed papers to quit-claim Susanna interest in the estate of her father. (Info from Carl
Everson). The 1851 Chinquacousy Census, District 4 page 199 shows that Thomas
and Susanna also have Thomas's parents in the house, Bridget and Hugh. There is also
a boy named Francis MATDAM (or MADDEN) born in Ireland that is only 10 years
old living with them. I have no idea who this boy is. It also shows that Thomas and
his father are both stone masons, and that they all live in a frame house that is 1 1/2
stories. Would love to exchange info with others researching this line.),
debbiebert@ameritech.net

CURLEY – (John CURLEY who lived in Cregg, near Oughterard, Galway from
about 1850 and had at least one son Michael J. CURLEY m. Bridget GIBBONS in
1874 and lived with him in Cregg. John and Michael were shoemakers. Michael &
Bridget had ten known children: Mary, Anne, John, Patrick, Michael, Thomas,
Josephine, Julia, Peter, Margaret. All children emigrated to the USA, most settling in
Boston, Mass. area. Bridget's father was Patrick GIBBONS. John's wife may have
been named Julia.), P. Curley, curraveha2@gmail.com

CURLEY – (Looking for information on the following from the 1851 Census in
Ireland: John CURLEY aged 60, Judy aged 50 and married in 1817. Children:
Thomas Aged 20 who lived in Cloone, Gort, Co Galway, Michael Aged 17, John
Aged 15, Honora Aged 22, Mary Aged 21. Any information on the siblings of
Thomas would be appreciated. This information was taken down by Michael
CURLEY c1901 before he emigrated to the US.), Maura Flood,
magzerflood@eircom.net

CURRAN - (Saragh McHUGH , born approx. 1833, died 1925 in Ballycasy
(Headford) Galway. Married John CURRAN in 1852 and Mary, John Henry, Michael
P., Michael, Saragh, Mathias, Margaret, Dennis Francis, Mathias. Children baptismal
records found in Caherlistrane. Looking for CURRAN'S and McHUGH'S. The first
Mathias died at 3 years. Margaret became Sr. Simeon. Dennis Francis CURRAN
b.1874 was my g-father.), Barbara Heaton, bkh95@aol.com

CURRAN, Delia and Michael CURRAN, Beagh, Kilconly, circa 1896 & 1898, Kevin
Keeley, kelouth@btinternet.com, 6 Amanda Drive, Louth, Lincolnshire, England,
LN11 0AZ

CURRAN, Spiddal, 1840's, (I am looking into finding further information on two
families of CURRANs. One being Anne CURRAN, born about 1842 (married to a
CONNEELY in 1866), daughter of Patrick CURRAN. The second CURRAN I'm
interested in finding more about is William CURRAN, son of Michael and Bridget
CURRAN, born about 1870. Both sets of CURRANs were reported to be in the
Spiddal area.), Karen Frederick, kfrederick@brynmair.com

CURRAN, Carrick West (Cornamona),1850's, (Michael and Margaret CURRAN
were from Cornamona, Co. Galway. Had their children approx. 1878-1894 in
Cornamona, Bridget<Sarah<Mary<Edward<Michael<Patrick all the children came to
America, landed in New York, then on to Pittsburgh, then settle for good in Chicago.
Bridget married James J. WALSH. Mary married Patrick HOWARD.), Jo,
Jo@mooreinternet.com

CURRAN - (My lineage of FORD is from Athenry, Martin FORD b.1861 and
Married a Dalia CURRAN. They immigrated in 1887 to Boston through NY. They
stayed for a period of time in Watertown before moving south to Philadelphia. Martin
had one brother I know named John who immigrated in 1883 to Watertown Mass with
his wife Ellen nee FLAHERTY. I am seeking any information about the Ford
FLAHERTY or CURRAN families of Athenry Circa 1860.), Richard Hackett,
rhackett@g1440.com

CURRAN, West County Galway, RC parishes Galway City through Kilcummin,
1800-1860s, (Matthias KEADY (or CADY) m. Catherine CURRAN in Galway
during the 1850s, immigrated to Portland Maine late 1850s with baby daughter Mary,
in 1870s to Minnesota. Possibly from Moycullen RC parish - line of Matthias
KEADYs there. Have much US data including photos.), Pat Cady Eaton,
paeaton@comcast.net

CURRAN - (Michael CURRAN was born 3 Apr 1816 and died 10 Sep 1878. Anne
O'HERN (AHEARN, AHERN, OHEARN) was born 5 Jan 1820 and died 20 Mar
1890. Michel and Anne were married 25 Jan 1840. They had a least one son, Edward
CURRAN b. 1 Aug 1845. Edward immigrated to the US ca 1872. Edward married
Anna SMITH/SMYTHE in Amhert, Ohio. They had the following children: John
Francis b. 1875; Edward Patrick b. 1878; Mary Anna b. 1880; William James b. 1886
and Francis Joseph b 1891. The name Michael may not be accurate since none of his
grandchildren were named Michael.), Marie Plummer,
meplummer[NOSPAM]@earthlink.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
address.

CURRAN - (b.1848 married Annie PRYCE b.1865 .............both from Clifden
Connemara. They met and married in Renton Dumbartonshire Scotland and had 12
children .... Barbara, Mary, Bridget, John, Patrick, Philip, Mark, Martin and Thomas.
Some died in childhood - they both died in Dumbarton within 10 days of each other in
1930 and are buried in Dumbarton Cemetery. Looking for any CURRAN or PRYCE
family background in that area of Ireland. There are also cousins ANTHONY and
MALACHY.), Anne Cunningham, jamanne@can.rogers.com

CURRAN - (I have run into a brick wall in my genealogical search in Ireland. I can't
seem to get back farther than my great-grandparents, and that's only because their
names appear on my grandparents' birth certificates. Everything I know about any of
my Irish-born relatives is from two Irish birth certificates (my grandparents) and my
grandmother's Certificate of Landing in the U.S. I cannot seem to find anything new
about any of my Irish ancestors. 1st Generation: Michael DUFFY was born Abt. 1840
in Ireland, and died in Ireland. He first married Sally HERWARD. She was born Aft.
1841 in Ireland, and died in Ireland. Two of their children were: (i) Michael b. 21 Sep
1861, Dooghta Faire, Oughterard, Galway, (ii) Mary, b. 14 Aug 1866, Ireland (I
know nothing about her – not even sure she belongs to This Duffy Family.) He then
married Bridget CURRAN (born 1863) in Ireland. Children: John Francis DUFFY, b.
01 Jul 1880, Clifden, Ireland. d. 21 Dec 1961, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA. (He
married Mary MC HUGH, 30 Sep 1903 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in Sacred Heart
Catholic Church); Michael Joseph DUFFY (my grandfather), b. 03 Mar 1887,
Dooghta Faire, Oughterard, Galway, Ireland; 1887; d. 19 Jun 1950, Portland,
Cumberland County, Maine (He married Bridget/Delia WELSH/WELCH (upon
immigration, her name was changed by immigration officials from Bridget WALSH
to Delia WELCH) 16 Apr 1907 in Portland, Maine in St. Dominic's Catholic Church.
She was the daughter of Frank WALSH and Bridget CONLEY. She was born 24 Jul
1876 in Kilro-East, Spiddal, Galway, Ireland; died 22 Feb 1943 in Portland, Maine);
Martin DUFFY, b. Abt. 1888, Ireland; Ann DUFFY, b. Abt. 1890, Ireland; Bridget
DUFFY, b. 1893, Ireland; Marie (or Mary) DUFFY, b. 1900, Ireland; John DUFFY,
b. 1902, Ireland.), Patricia (Duffy) Terho, patterho@comcast.net

CURRAN – (I am searching for ancestors who left Ireland in the late 1870's: Thomas
Joseph CURRAN (b. about 1847, m. about 1874) who came to America in 1878,
arriving October 22 of that year. His wife, Catherine/Katherine cCHUGH, (b. about
1854) followed in 1880 with their daughter Bridget (b. about 1875/1876). I know
nothing more about them. According to Bridget's marriage license in Iowa, she was
born in "Croughbey, Ireland"...which I cannot find in that spelling, and am not sure
how it might be spelled.), Lisa Zimmerman, birthwarrior[NOSPAM]@yahoo.com
Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

CURRAN (CURREN) - (Stephen CURRAN (CURREN) born in Spiddal
1826(?)1827 and married to Mary CONLEY (CONNOLLY) born in Bearna (Barna)
1836 both of County Galway. They lived in Dedham and Norwood Massachusetts had
six children that lived into their old age and brought many young men from their
home area over and found jobs for them and had them as Boarders according the U.S.
Census.), Anne Maini, AnneMaini@webtv.net

CURRAN/CURREN - (Looking for information on Mark (aka Matthew) CURRAN,
born 1860 in County Galway. Death certificate shows parents as Larry CURRAN &
Mary MELLET. Mark immigrated to United States before 1886. Married Winnie
O'TOOLE in St. Paul, MN, USA.), Cynthia Curran, Cyndi1C[NOSPAM] @aol.com
Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.

CURRIE/CURRY, Galway County (unfortunately no town name), about 1858, John
Moodie, moodie@key.net.au, 20 Tom Albert Place, Sawtell, New South Wales,
Australia 2452

CUSACK - (I am looking for information on May (Mae) BURKE who married a man
named CUSACK around 1890. I understand they had three children and lived on a
farm "below Loughrea". (I'm assuming that means south) I think a daughter's name
may have been Mini. May (Mae) had brothers Thomas, Edward, Martin and two who
immigrated to Australia.), Anne Burke, kj.burke@earthlink.net



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