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Michael (Higgins) Nier
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Aiken, ALLEN, Antelli, Bertone, Bonavita, BREEN, BRIGLIN, Champlain, CHESHIRE, Chevallereau, Clarke, Conlin, Connors, Cook, Des Chalets, DOYLE, DRAKE, Dunnigan, Eisenhauer, Elliott, Gilliam, Goodwin, Gottry, Grogan, Harris, Healy, HEFFERNAN, Hervagault, HIGGINS, Hoffman, Hogan, Iachine, Iles, Jacquet, Jansenn, Keller, Le Roy, Leo, Lynch, Mackey, NIER, Palmenteer, Pelletti, Relyea, Rost, Russel, Sgro, Snowden, Sulfridge, Sullivan, Sutton, Toal, THURBER, Van Keuren, Van Vechten, Van Vliet, Vroman, Weaver, Whiting, Yerry
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA (NY, NJ, MI, PA), Ireland (Carlow, Wicklow, Cork) , England (Yorkshire) , France, Netherlands, Canada, Germany
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
New York State; Monroe County, NY; Steuben County, NY; US Census
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
A dare by one of my cousins.

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At 7:39pm on August 22, 2011, Mary Dooley said…
Hi Michael, I may have an Allen connection but don't have very much information yet.  My great grandmother was Maria Allen from Carlow, who was born c. 1871. The irish census forms of 1901 show very few Allens in Carlow at that time, which is why I'm thinking there's a possible connection.
At 8:45pm on January 27, 2010, Sherril Edward Bilky Jr said…
According to the cemetery headstone Mary Briglin Draper was born in 1804 and died in 1891, She married George Draper in NY, I have not found any Marriage info on them but they are both buried in Old Ingleside Cem. George and Mary's Daughter, Nancy Ann Draper married Reuben Stowe and moved on to Iowa with Rueben Stowe's parents and Brothers
At 9:03am on January 25, 2010, Sherril Edward Bilky Jr said…
I am also from Edward and Harriet Snowdon Briglin, I Am from their Daughter Mary Briglin who married George Draper and then thru their daughter Nancy Ann Draper who married Rueben Stowe, I am looking for any info on this Briglin line mainly Edward and Harriet Parents back in England, I am new to family research and just starting to learn all of this..Thank you again
At 9:18pm on January 23, 2010, Sherril Edward Bilky Jr said…
I am looking for any Info on the Briglin family in Steuben county NY
At 8:37am on November 21, 2009, Jim Avery said…
Hi - Any Higgins in the Syracuse NY area? They married into my Byrne / Burns family.
At 6:42pm on August 11, 2009, Jenna said…
Sounds good. Once the Conlins made it to Missouri I have them well documented if you get to that point.
At 6:39pm on August 10, 2009, Jenna said…
Michael, I see you are researching a CONLIN line. My husband's family has CONLINS from Roscommon Ireleand that ended up in Missouri, any connection?
Thanks,
Jenna
At 9:12am on July 21, 2009, Mike Yegwart said…
Many Thanks

My Martin LEO was probably born in Tipperary, in 1848 and married Bridget KEOGH in Galway in 1869: if that helps. (14 children)

Mike
At 8:02am on July 21, 2009, Mike Yegwart said…
Thanks for the reply Michael,
I understand your not chasing down that line, but have you a name for the late Irish LEO, and if possible, a place of birth.

What we have is quite well documented, but there is a rather large brick wall to knock down.

Cheers

Mike
At 5:01am on July 15, 2009, Mike Yegwart said…
Hi Michael,

I have LEO interests in Tipperary & Galway, Ireland in the 19th century? They then moved to Manchester, England. Subsequently some went global.

Kind regards

Mike
 
 
 

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