Finally getting back to you. I was in NY again a couple of weeks ago but found nothing for Catherine Flynn. Have you been on the website cmcrp.net? I has a lot of valuable info and may be of some help. Also RootsIreland.com can help but…"
I should have gotten back to you much sooner, I apologize, Due to the weather Iwas not able to get to Albany this time around. I plan to go up again in July and will go then. Don't give up hope as I will check the records for you…"
"You are welcome. I will contact you to let you know what I find or do not find. Once we find where they are buried, I can always go there during the warmer months when I visit my family and take pictures of the stones or plots. I will contact you…"
Thank you for being willing to help me out. I don't think they would have been buried in Valhalla since they were all living in ?Brooklyn and the rest of the family is divided between Holy Cross and St. John's.
The three year span will really help. The death record I got was for my Grandmother. She died in CT in 1951 and it did list her birth place as Limerick, Ireland. Of course one of my great aunts or uncles gave that information to the funeral…"
Yes, I belong to Ancestry. I have gotten death records but have never gotten one which states the county in Ireland. I have tried marriage certificates an was abl to find the Irish county for one o my great grandfathers. If you could, I'd…"
I do hope to make it up there and will look for death records. If you get a record it should state where in Ireland they were born. Are you a member of Ancestry? They have census records and death records that may be of help to you. If you…"
"Hi, Thanks for your response but I don't believe there is a connection. My Catherine came to the US before 1860 and she was born in 1830 or so. She did have a brother named Daniel who ws born in Ireland around 1835. Other than that, I…"
Do you know if Catherine had a brother John? My GGrandparents came to US in 1885 and moved to Mamaroneck NY. His name was John Sullivan and my ggrandmother was Catherine Lynch Sullivan. They had 10 children. I know there were many Sullivans…"
My great great grandmother, Catherine Sullivan Flynn, was born in Ireland around 1830. She immigrated along with at least one brother, Daniel, around 1850 or so. She probably came with more family than that, but I'm not sure. She married Phillip Flynn in Brooklyn around 1858 and they had about 7 children. During the Civil War, they lived in Philadelphia but relocated to Brooklyn after the war. Her brother, Daniel, remained in Brooklyn and served in the Civil War. I would like to know…See More
"My gr-gr-grandfather, Phillip Flynn and his wife Catherine Sullivan Flynn lived in Phila. from approx. 1860-64. THey were born in 1830 in Ireland...lived in Brooklyn from around 1850 till their move to Phila. They had two daughters, Mary and…"
My great -great grandfather, Marquardt Bohl(born in 1818) left the Baden region in 1854 and settled in Brooklyn, NY. He served in the 52nd regiment NY during the Civil War and I'm pretty sure there was another relative who also served. I have been able to learn that the Bohl's originally came out of Switzerland into the Baden region around the early to mid 1700's. I would like to be able to find out whether I have any living relatives there but am not sure as to how to progress. Any suggestions…See More