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O'Riley of Cavan County

Started by William D Riley Jun 25, 2019. 0 Replies

Cavanagh

Started by Meg McLaughlin. Last reply by Meg McLaughlin Oct 22, 2018. 2 Replies

Dean Family History from Southern Ohio

Started by Meredith Locke Apr 6, 2016. 0 Replies

Healy's from county Cork Ireland and the USA emmigrated 1912

Started by Annemarie. Last reply by thomas patrick burke Nov 2, 2015. 17 Replies

Gilhooly and Harris

Started by charmaine rosa Mar 16, 2015. 0 Replies

Brennan family and Wheylan

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Comment by BARTON JAMES BREEN on June 14, 2022 at 12:32pm

Hello. My Breen Family is originally from County Armagh and the Townlands of Clonroot and Drumard (Jones) near Battle Hill and Rich Hill in what is today Craigavon, Northern Ireland. My family was Church of Ireland. Other names associated are Ruddell, McCann, Preston, Pierson, Jackson and McFadden.

Comment by J Day on December 10, 2019 at 1:42pm

Hi Jan and Loralee,

I've been here a while but haven't had much luck finding connections. The names I'm working on (some are for other nationalities) are:

Day, Dunn  Ferla Winski 

Presner Dugan Hejnar 

Brennan KISIELESKI Hooven 

Bates Cannarella Perliman 

Winterberg Waltz Gorman Craig

Connell  Giardina McCarthy McGee.

Jan

Comment by Janette Marie LaBarr Levenson on December 9, 2019 at 8:03pm

Hello, my name looks long but I go by Jan to keep things simple. I have just joined this group so I may need a bit of time to figure things out. In the US, my Irish ancestors surnames are Burns and Farley. I know there are different spellings of both names. I've only seen my 2nd great-grandfather's name spelled as Burns but I know this is more common in Scotland and that there are various Irish spellings such as Byrns. However, my 2nd great-grandmother's name is more questionable regarding the true spelling. Her name was Sarah Jane Farley in many US records such as census reports but the other possibilities are Farrelley (in Ireland) and Farrell in Ireland and the US. She, at least, was said to have come from County Louth. My Irish family has kept me up many nights so if anyone has any suggestions, I'd be happy to hear them. This is my introduction. Thank you.  

Comment by Loralee Wellington on May 21, 2019 at 10:51pm

Hello,
I am researching the following Irish and Scots-Irish surnames:

MCCREIGHT, MCMICHAEL, PEARSON, MCCLUNEY, KERRIGAN, (Sligo) MORAN (Sligo), PLOVER (Galway), NOONAN (Teermaclane, Co Clare), O'BRIEN (Co Clare), KEARSE (Teermaclane, Co Clare)



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Comment by J Day on December 31, 2016 at 9:27am

Surnames are Day and Dunn

Comment by Colin Larter on July 8, 2015 at 3:32pm

I have Irish ancestors by the name of Rafter who came to Queensland Australia

 

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