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O'Brien Surname from southwest County Cork, Ireland

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O'Brien Surname from southwest County Cork, Ireland

Discussion group for anyone researching the O'Brien surname in southwest County Cork, Ireland

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Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2018

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O'Brien, O'Neill, Limerick

Started by Jackie O'Brien Mar 28, 2012.

Looking for information on John O'Brien 1 Reply

Started by Michelle McGee. Last reply by Austin Charles O'Brien, Jr Dec 16, 2011.

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Comment by Linda L Ebersole on September 6, 2009 at 1:05pm
Elissa Kester - I am new to Genealogy Wise and I don't know how to contact you so I am putting in a comment.
Please contact me. Ruedenauer2@aol.com
we can discuss my findings and yours.
are you in the USA - we could just talk if you are.

Linda
Comment by elissa kester on September 6, 2009 at 3:38am
Linda, You don't say where in Ireland ... which area of Cork? your O'Briens are from. My 2x great-grandfather Daniel had a brother called John born about 1829 at Ballygrace, Churchtown, Co Cork... My Daniel emigrated to London but I don't know what happened to his siblings. Maybe they went to the USA. They don't seem to have stayed in Ireland.
Comment by Linda L Ebersole on September 4, 2009 at 10:52pm
Hello, My name is Linda and I have been researching the O'Brien Family name for 19 years. I have gone back to my 5th great grandfather John O'Brien. I have pretty well got 9 of my 10 lines up to date. I am trying to find all the descendants of Tadgh Mor ( Big Timothy) He had 10 children that I know of. I have most of the lines current 2009 but still need alot of work done on the descendants living in Ireland. We have been 8 generations in Goulones. I hope to hear from someone who can work with me, trade information and enlarge our trees.
Comment by elissa kester on August 15, 2009 at 5:02am
I doesn't sound like there is a connection there ... it's such a common name! Daniel went to London in the 1860s and most of his descendants are still in the UK. Later generations moved to Australia, New Zealand, Canada. I'm curious to know what happened to Daniel's siblings as the family are no longer in Ballygrace
Comment by Barbara Walsh on August 14, 2009 at 8:47am
Elissa - my O'Briens are from the Lisheen area, southwest of Skibbereen in southwest Co Cork. Don't know of anyone who went to Australia. Two of the O'Brien daughters went to New Zealand in the 1880s.
Barbara in St. Louis, Missouri USA
Comment by elissa kester on August 14, 2009 at 2:27am
I am researching the following descendants of Charles O'Brien and Ellen Costello married 1820s, Ballygrace, Churchtown Co Cork (not SW strictly speaking but not far away) ... John, Johanna, David, Daniel and Charles... I have traced Daniel to the present day but would like to know what happened to the others.
Elissa, Western Australia
 

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