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  1. Peagum family

    I am interested in finding more about my Peagum ancestors from Limerick (probably the city, though it could be the county). Unfortunately all I have right know is the name of an individual, Emily Peagum, born 10 Feb 1866 to 10 Feb 1867, the name of her father, John, and the fact that she later...

    Started by Noldorin‎, 29-03-2018 11:53 PM
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    Mary Dwyer was convicted in 1849 of larceny from Thomas Farley in Limerick, she was sent to Tasmania where she married my gr gr grandfather. Trouble I am facing is Mary was a widow at the time and had one child James Dwyer, her papers mention her mother and siblings (mother Bridget, siblings...

    Started by mjkisxo‎, 12-02-2015 7:56 AM
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  3. DWYER - Limerick

    Hi sorry I have already put one posting here, but thought I would refresh with some new info. Mary Dwyerb abt 1819 was convicted in Limerick 1849 I have her papers and it states she was a widow with one child......but I'm not sure if she was convicted under her maiden name or married name. The...

    Started by mjkisxo‎, 19-08-2008 1:33 AM
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  4. Fitzgerald - Limerick

    Looking for the marriage of John Fitzgerald (possible father Patrick) b abt 1833-1835 probably around Cappagh who married Ellen Hartigan abt 1855-1857. They had one child born there Margaret before immigrating to Australia around 1857-1858 many thanks karen

    Started by mjkisxo‎, 16-11-2008 10:20 PM
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  5. Christopher O'SULLIVAN, b Co Limerick, c1891

    Christopher O'SULLIVAN would be a great-uncle; he was my Irish grandmother's older brother. They were two of the fifteen children born to Peter and Mary O'Sullivan. Mary's maiden name was GRIFFIN, and she was much younger than Peter. They lived at Castleconnell and there seems to have been some...

    Started by thewideeyedowl‎, 12-12-2013 9:23 PM
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  6. Fennell in Limerick

    Hello all I am trying to find out if a couple who died in Limerick are my ancestors. My great-grandmother Catherine Fennell, I believe, was born in Birr, Offaly as far as I can tell, as there is a baptism in 1858 to a Michael Fennell and Catherine Keefe in that parish. Catherine emigrated to NZ...

    Started by annewilson‎, 30-11-2012 3:04 AM
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  7. Norah Kiely DOB 9th June 1918

    My mum Norah Kiely was born in Limerick she had several brothers and sisters, Bill, Chris, Kitty, Mamie, Patrick, Bridie (she emigrated to USA with Romeo) Jack. She married Patrick Campbell in Northampton in 1944 and they had 4 daughters. Can anyone remember her or her family. Does anyone know...

    Started by patally‎, 12-09-2011 6:09 PM
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  8. Wink Hussey family from Limerick

    Hello I know its a long shot but I am looking for any other descendants from this family. In particular Thomas Hussey b 1830 who came to England in 1850s. The family lived in Whitechapel, London. Regards Sam Hussey

    Started by samhuzz‎, 22-10-2006 8:06 PM
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  9. Tyne and Lane families Limerick Ireland

    Lookin for any iformation about the Tyne and lane families of Limerick Ireland... thomas Tyne Married Catherine lane and had at least one son Patrick James Tyne (1854 approx) ... Patrick ultimately moved To hamilton ontario canada and married catherine Sullivan .. any information would be greatly...

    Started by Boru‎, 03-02-2011 12:12 AM
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    COUREY : GEDDES : GIBBBONS : MCGINN : RYAN I am the G Grandson of John Edward Gibbons born Limerick Ireland christened 4th June 1860 St Michaels Lim. he was an only child to Martin Gibbons and Mary Ryan arrived Australia about 1861 John married Martha E (Annie) Geddes (daughter of Thomas Geddes...

    Started by chappell‎, 01-03-2006 11:09 AM
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  11. Quaid Quain Fitzgibbons Fitzgerald Ryan Sullivan Moylan families - Limerick

    I would love to hear from any of these families in the Limerick area. Towns= Fedamore, Croom , Crean , Bruff , Manister etc I have William Quain/ Quaid(b. 18 Jan 1839-Croom) married to Kate Fitzgibbon (s) (b.8 Jan 1841- Bulgaden ) They married on 3 Feb 1867 in Bruff Limerick. William's...

    Started by Jay Webb‎, 07-10-2008 10:12 PM
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  12. Parish registers for Rathkeale Limerick

    Would anyone know where I might find out where the Parish registers for Church of Ireland in Rathkeale Limerick might be held. I have an entry for a baptism for Amos Pettit Parents Moses and Anne Pettit date 09 Dec 1845 this has been transcribed on Pilot. familysearch.org on Batch no C700591...

    Started by pettitmee‎, 07-06-2010 9:53 AM
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  13. MULQUEEN/MASSY in Limerick, County Limerick.

    Looking for any information about JOHN MULQUEEN c.1880 , married DEBORAH MASSY c.1880, both buried Clarina Cemetery. Deborah is descended from the Baronet - but on which line. They had many children born in Limerick: Thomas 1886, John 1888 (both died at birth), Deborah 1895-, Michael 1899- went to...

    Started by Rob Faulkner‎, 11-05-2010 7:45 AM
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  14. Irish Trade Directories.

    Hi, does anyone know if Trade Directories are available for Ireland for the period 1868-1872. I am looking for information on a relative, John Darcy, who was a feathermonger in Limerick in 1870. Thanks, Richard.

    Started by redclover‎, 07-12-2009 9:16 PM
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  15. 1891 Lookup - POSSIBLY Limerick

    Hi, I'm back again! I'm trying to find 1891 census details for Abel & Catherine Troth. They married in Limerick 1890 (details kindly provided by another BG member) although details say ARTHUR and not Abel. Their eldest daughter Mary E. was born in Limerick 1891. Abel was b1868 - Bromsgrove,...

    Started by LittleSpark‎, 14-10-2009 11:30 AM
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  16. POSSIBLE Irish Marriage

    Hi, Can anyone please help me find a marriage for Abel Troth to a Catherine Kenna around 1890? 1911 Census shows Abel & Catherine living in Silsden, Yorkshire - Catherine's brother, Michael Kenna is also shown - so from this we know that Catherine's maiden name was Kenna. Both Catherine &...

    Started by LittleSpark‎, 23-09-2009 8:40 AM
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  17. Unhappy The hayes family limerick

    am looking for any information on michael hayes born 184 Limerick, father john hayes ... all i know is that a sibling was probably a priest and one had committed a murder .. two oppsoite ends of the spectrum! please can anyone help...this is all the info i have other than michael came to london...

    Started by Debs0458‎, 24-10-2007 7:55 AM
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  18. Carroll & Murphy Co Limerick

    I have just received my GGrandparents marriage certificate and would like to trace children of the marriage and also siblings of the couple. Unfortunately I must have two of the most common names in Ireland. Jeremiah Carroll & Mary Murphy married on Feb 28th 1905 in the RC chapel at Bruff,...

    Started by Joanna Bastyan‎, 09-06-2009 9:40 AM
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  19. Useful site

    There are some Limerick obituary details (19th century) at: http://www.limerick.ie/Library/LocalStudies/ObituariesFuneralNoticesfromtheLimerickChroniclenewspaper/ Also, the Limerick City Council Archives has online minute books, including a variety of correspondence to and from the Council,...

    Started by Browneyes‎, 06-04-2009 2:36 PM
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  20. Post O'Brien & Hayes

    Kennedy O'Brien & Catherine Hayes had 3 children in County Limerick Thomas abt 1837 Mary abt 1840 Catherine abt 1844. All three children came out as adults to Australia. Thomas remained single we believe and died 50yrs in Benalla Victoria Mary married William Skelton - no children and died...

    Started by SuzTemple‎, 04-04-2009 2:21 PM
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