"Eileen: Are you aware of this? It links to census information.
Matching Person (from family trees)
Michael SkiffingtonCandyce Lynne Wright
Birth: Abt 1823 - Ireland
Spouse: Mary Ann Quinn
1860 United States Federal…"
"Eileen. This is all I could find in the Ireland records. Anything look famiiar even though no Quinn appears?
Church Marriage Record
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"My Quinns are from Clonoe, Tyrone, and came to Philly, about 1870. I've dropped some money into Irish marriage data and I'll look to see what I have. For some reason the Skiffington/Quinn match sounds familiar."
"My Quinn line came from Armagh/Tyrone to Philadelphia in 1869 in the persons of Bernard Quinn, my GGGF, his wife, Elizabeth Murphy Quinn, and several children, including Arthur Quinn, my GGF. Any ideas? Trying to track them in Ireland and US."
"My Quinns came from Armagh/Tyrone to Philadelphia in the persons of Bernard Quinn, my GGGF and his wife Elizabeth Murphy Quinn and several of their children, including my GGF Arthur Quinn, to Philadelphia in 1869. I am trying to track the family in…"
"DNA works for both men and women to find matches. DNA is constructed differently for both, but matches work just as well. Can only trace something called haplogroups through male Y DNA, but women can learn as much as men from the analyses and…"
Hmm... my third gr-grandfather was John Quinn. He married Bridget Nancy Murphy. Their son John Patrick was born in Leghowney, and married Bridget Nancy Travers.
I know we're dealing with Ireland here and there simply weren't all that many surnames. But we already seem to be crossing with some same names here. I haven't found any connections to Armagh yet, but who knows?