"Byrne (var. Byron) I'm looking for the Irish origins of my paternal grandparents: Henry Murphy and Sarah Byrne Murphy. My father used to say they were from County Cork, but I have yet to find any facts. Sarah Byrne Murphy (b.1866 - d.1929) was…"
"Hello everyone, my name is Catherine!
Missouri is a link in my Irish-immigrant grandparent's story. Henry and Sarah Murphy emigrated from Ireland (Cork?) in ~1881. They had one (surviving) child Mary E. Murphy b.1886 (IL). Henry and Sarah…"
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"Well, there wasn't much love lost between my father and his sisters. He was the youngest and most of the sisters were married and had (large) families by the time he was born. Everyone of my father's generation is long dead, and these 1st…"
"Summer 2008 I was in Denver for a national dance competition, then in Berthoud visiting my sister-in-law. I arranged a day trip to Fort Morgan to visit the genealogy room at their little museum. My paternal grandparents had a homestead nearby around…"
"I have a copy of the Italian birth certificate of my maternal great-grandmother's second husband, Pasquale Nigro, born FEB 7, 1857 in Viggiano, Basilicata Province. From what I can translate (I don't know Italian), his father's name…"
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"Hello my Byrne ancestor is my paternal grandmother: Sarah J. Byrne Murphy. She was born in 1866 (1867?) in Cork County, Ireland. She emigrated with my grandfather, Henry Murphy in 1881 (1882?). I don't know where they entered the US, but there…"