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Thanks Wayne for the hints for Troy. No help but I appreciate it just the same.
Thanks for the sites.
Hi there Pete
Try these sites for the Troy's
I am researching several families on my wife's Irish side. I am having difficulty finding their connection to the Irish mainland. Any help would be appreciated.
1) John Louis McCartney (spelled also as McCarthy in Louisiana records) was a sugar planter in South Louisiana. His wedding information from Louisiana states he was the son of Bernard McCartney and Alexia McCarty of Ireland. John was married in Assumption Parish Louisiana in 1867. From death record he was born about 1815 in Ireland.
2) Margaret Troy was born in Wisconsin in 1860. She is the daughter of James and Bridget Troy both of Ireland. James Troy was born around 1830 and Bridget around 1840.
3) Patrick Caufield was born in 1853 along with his sister Margaret 1857) in New York. His parents were born in Northern Ireland. The parents were Patrick and Catherine Caufield.
Any help on these lines will be appreciated.
As posted else where on this site I was sent this site:
Hopefully it may be of use to quite a few
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