Scenes from the historical market town of Abbeyfeale in County Limerick.




The opening sequence for this episode of ‘Hall’s Pictorial Weekly’ features a number of the inhabitants of Abbeyfeale in County Limerick. This mute footage focuses on the main road through the town, which is a hive of activity with people going about their daily business, including a bread deliveryman making a stop-off at a shop. His van bears the name Bácús Uí Néill.




Due to the fine weather, a number of passers-by are eating ice-creams and a little girl and boy sitting together on a step offer their Super Spilts to an easy-going Labrador dog.




A close up of an advertisement in a window shows the entertainment on offer in The Geraldines Lounge in Railway Road over the coming weekend.




The Reverend William Casey Memorial in the Market Square is also featured a number of times.  Father Casey was parish priest in Abbeyfeale from 1887 to 1903 and helped tenant farmers fight against their landlords.




This episode of ‘Hall’s Pictorial Weekly’ was filmed on 10 September 1977. It was broadcast on 19 September 1977. The producer/director is John Condon.




Frank Hall’s amusing and satirical series began on 29 September 1971 with the full title ‘Hall’s Pictorial Weekly Incorporating the Provincial Vindicator’ which became known as ‘Hall’s Pictorial Weekly’.




The series allowed Frank Hall to follow his own interest in the lives of viewers throughout the country.  Regarded as RTÉ’s flagship comedy show, it featured satirical sketches on current news stories and popular culture, as well as parody songs, comedy sketches, re-edited videos, cartoons and spoof television formats.




The show ran for nine series until 1980.














The following poem was written by James Dineen, son of

Charles Dineen and Johannah McCarthy and published in

the Stevens Point Journal, a daily newspaper in Stevens

Point, Wisconsin, in March 1909. Donald Dineen,

grandson to James, kindly submitted this poem.





In days of yore on Erin's Shore,

The sprig of green they oft had seen,

A Christian stood alone,

He gently plucked from Erin's sod,

A stranger in a pagan land,

To make the people understand

No friend to call his own.

The mystery of the living God.



Twas Patrick, fair, who landed there,

In Tara's hall he met with all

A youthful saint from Rome,

The Druids with ancient pride,

To plant the cross on hill and plain,

Who listened to the words he

Spoke and in each pagan home.

Of Christ, the crucified.



In fancy now we see him bow,

O, Erin fair, for ages there,

And kneel in silent prayer,

The victory Patrick won,

Yet none but God and Patrick knew

Was handed down on battlefield,

The homage offered there.

from Celtic sire to son.



From shore to shore he traveled o'er,

Though forced to roam, exiles from home,

That famed isle of green,

Though crushed by tyrant's hand,

No hand was raised to mar the saint,

They spread the faith St. Patrick gave,

No bloodstain there was seen.

To many a distant land.


Jas. P. Dineen. Custer, Wis., March 14, 1909


Don Dineen


A big Mistake

From Knockanure School pupil.


A big hot day we went out to play

The grass was nice and dry but I

Don't know why but we were throwing

Grass at each other then the teacher

Came out and we were suck in side

With each other and lines for

The night



John J Kennelly Cloth Hall d 29th Oct 1954 a 83yrs.

Mrs Morgan Sheehy Church St d 13-2-1929 a 42.

Br Ml Stan Kennelly b 1857 Kilbaha.

Fr Maurice O Hanlon Golden Hill .

Sr. Joseph Enright Wrexham d 14th Oct 1969.

Matt Kennelly Rockchapel d 24th Oct 1931 a 56.

Fr Tim Hanrahan Ordained Carlow June 1917.

Sr. Teresa Joseph Mc Namara Pres. Killarney d 22-1-1962.

Michael J O Connor San Diego made Domestic Prelate 17-3-1957.



Lisselton Churchyard

Tom Moran Tullamore 1865- 1948.

His Wife Margaret 1866- 1944.

Daughter Nora 1905-1924.

Chris Purcell Mevoo d 21-3-1978.

John Collins Tomb 1832.

Raymond Family Dromin House.

John Kennelly Lacca d July 1st 1966.

Mary Kennelly [Finerty] d 27-2-1967.

Paddy Barry d 4th July 1944 his Wife

Mary Foran d 28thOct 1944. Their Children

Jim, Pat, Moss, Norrie. Their Daughter in Law

Mamie Barry [Kennelly] d 14-1-1967 a 53.

Son Tom d 12-12-1972 a 20yrs.



Duagh Trades c1900

Batt Connor Post Master, John Connor Army Pensioner, Pat Langan Cooper, Jer Lyons Shopkeeper,John Keane Do , Nora Gun Do , Liz Stack Do, Cathy Lyons Do, Denis Broderick Boots and Shoes, Pat Fitzmaurice Shoe Maker, Matt Dillon Weaver, Ned Connor Carpenter,Pat Gaire Tailor, Fr Dillon PP, Fr Flynn CC, Dan O Connor Teacher, Ned Stack Do, 5 Catholic RIC Men.


Note John Sheehy born 1800 son of Pat and Rebecca Cronin Sheehy [ Farmers] John was tried in 1822 for Insurrection got 7yrs transportation . His brother Roger Sheehy was Married to Catherine Greney, Roger worked for his cousin John Sheehy of Screehan.


C1660 Fitzmaurice Families had 660 Acres in Kilmorna, 1230 in Illananeene,and 460 Acres in Rahonane.




1810 Pat Griffin leased land at Loughill.

Mr O Donovan of Kerry a teacher for his children.





Griffins who went to Trinity College Dublin

Henry 1802, Dan 1801,Henry 1837, John Nash Griffin 1841-58, Michael 1764, Murtagh 1746, Robert 1846, Robert 1859, Dan Nov 3rd 1793 Kerry, Murtagh 24th May 1744 Clare,


End 1700 to c1825 Griffins had land at Dooncaha Tarbert from Leslie. Bishop Henry Griffin of Limerick cousin of Griffins at Glenalappa.

Irish Catholic Benevolent Union Journal Edited by Martin Ignatious

Joseph Griffin . Called Griffins Journal later.









Some of them came from Wales c1690.

James Griffin 1730-1798 said to marry O Brien of Foynes Co Limerick. One of their sons Patrick md Ellen Geary having the eldest Peter in the Army Canada 1817 , William and Dan Doctors ,Gerald the Poet born Dec 12th 1803 -1840 who lived near Adare with his sisters and brother Doctor William for some years. Most of the family went in 1820 to Pennsylvania . Gerald's family lived in Co Clare for some time before moving to Limerick.



Gerald received the habit of the Christian Brothers 15th Oct 1838.Died June 12th 1840. Said to have been the 9th son.

Seven sons and six daughters survived.


In 1832 Gerald went to London to meet the Poet Tom Moore [1779-1852 ] with a proposal that Moore would represent Limerick.


1810 Pat Griffin leased land at Loughill.

Mr O Donovan of Kerry a teacher for his children.




The Library in Tralee Co Kerry have a book on Gerald will check his family tree.



Peter James Griffin Surgeon of Limerick his son Robert George Griffin Medical Officer Assam India md 1911 Ann Ruth Browning.


James Griffin JP Foynes died 1896. His wife Marie Sarah Hunt.


War Pensions 1800-1900

1131Tom & Joe Griffin . 1132 Joshua & Stephan Griffin.


1896 Memories of Mary Anderson De Navarro .

She was a Stepdaughter ? to Dr Hamilton Griffin . Claimed that his family had two farms in Indiana. Guilderoy Griffin also mentioned.





Griffin Families Moyvane

Andrew /Mgt Maher c1890.

Con /Liz Barrett c1840.

Dan / Nora Stack c 1930.

Dan / Mary Dore c1830.

Denis / Mgt Collins c1870.

John / Mgt Mulvihill c1830.

John / Joan Sweeney c1830.

John / Liz Leahy c1830.

John / Nora Connell c1840.

John / Nary Quinn c1840.

John / Mary Hayes c1845.

Maurice / ? c1880.

Ml / Joan Murphy c1830.

Ml / Ann Stack c1840.

Ml / Alice Enright c1840.

Wm. / Joan Connor c1840.

Petition to UCD


John Griffin of Gortdromagowna his father John worked on behalf of TCD c1728 . Employed as receiver of Rents.[1513 TCD]


Mce Kennelly Evicted 17th Century looking for renewal of Lease. [no 799]


Pat Connor, Dick Hudson, Charles Connor, Jim Gould , Mce Kennelly, Murrough Connor, Sands refused them a Lease.[808].


Mce Kennelly Farranvanna May 7th 1597 seeking renewal of Lease.



John Griffin Peachtree City GA 30269-1813.


Griffin Colonial Soldiers Virginia

Richard, Robert and William.


Murtogh Griffin Clerk of Common Pleas Dublin Ireland bought land near Killarney C1700. His Catholic heirs could not inherit the land so in his will of 1712 he ordered that the land was to be sold for their benefit.


1838 Fr Pat Griffin a of Limerick made first Bishop of Capetown. Educated Rome at Dominicans SanCemente.


Glin Volunteers 1782 Major Henry Griffin.


Griffin Doctors c1858 John of Kilkee, Laurence of Killarney.










The Founding Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel was born in Listowel, Co Kerry, Ireland on March 19,1846, the fourth child of Eugene (Owen) O'Sullivan and Margaret Nolan. He was one of nine children, two girls and seven boys.


He received his first education at Mr Leahy's School in Listowel and studied theology at All Hallows Major Seminary in Dublin. Fr O'Sullivan was ordained on June 24, 1871, in All Hallows Chapel by Bishop William Whelan, O.C.D., retired Vicar Apostolic of Bombay, India. Being ordained for the Diocese of Grass Valley, he left for California in August of 1871.


1871-1872 Pastor of St Joseph, Crescent City.

Founding Pastor of Immaculate Conception, Smartsville, California.

Assistant at St Mary's in the Mountains, Virginia City, Navada.

Second Pastor of St Mary's in the Mountains and Vicar General for Northern Nevada after the first pastor of St. Mary's, Father Patrick Manogue, was named Bishop of Grass Valley.

Pastor of St. Anthony, Mendocino, California.



The month of May, 1886, was to have a great influence in his life. On May 7 he became a United States citizen in ceremonies in Ukiah Superior Court, Mendocino County. On May 28 the Diocese of Grass Valley was transferred to Sacramento, and all the parishes along the coast as far north as Fort Bragg became part of the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Father O'Sullivan thus found himself a priestof this archdiocese.


Founding Pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Redwood City.



Father O'Sullivan was appointed Pastor of the Mission San Jose on June 15, 1896. However, he never served as pastor and there is a gap in our knowledge of his life until the beginning of 1898.


1898-1928 Pastor of All Hallows Parish in San Francisco.


Father Daniel O'Sullivan died on February 3, 1928 and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, where a large monument stands in his memory.



Deaths Lisselton Area


Mary Anne McKeown, Deerpark, Boyle, aged 81 years, d 11-1-1988

John Joe O' Sullivan, Kingsbury and late of Derry, Listowel.

d. 10-4-1979,aged 80 yrs.

John O'Hanlon, Ballydonoghue, d. 13-2-1986.

Hannah Doyle, Killorglin d, 23-2-1980, aged 80 yrs .

Sheila Enright, Ballyline, Ballylongford, d. 11-7-1987.

Elsie Keane, (O'Sullivan) Glouria, Lisselton. D. 16-7-1953, aged

50 yrs.

Nora Kissane, Kilgarvan, Ballylongford, d. 14-9-1961, aged 70 yrs

Denis Dowling (The Black) Coolbeha, Listowel, d. 20-7-1978.

James Quinlan, Deerpark, Lixnaw, d. 2-4-1971, aged 63 yrs.

Patrick Kelly, Coolard, Lisselton d. 21-5-1968.

Nora O'Sullivan Coilbee, Listowel, d. 15-10-1983, aged 98 yrs.

John Fitzgerald-Kennedy, Born 29-5-1917, d. 22-11-1963.

Annie Long, Guhard, Lisselton d. 14-11-1976.

John J. Kissane, Kilgarvan, Ballylongford. d. 4-3-1978, aged 81yrs.

Mary Christine Kelly, (nee Galvin) b. 15-12-1910, Glenderry, Listowel, d. 22-11-1975, in Canada.

Richard Lyons, Dirha East, Listowel, d. 13-2-1982, aged 71 yrs.

Mgt Dalton, Rahavanig, Ballybunion d. 3-2-1986, aged 90 yrs.

Mary O'Sullivan, Derry, Listowel d. 21-7-1949, aged 20 yrs.

Johanna Moloney, Larha, Asdee, d. 15-1-1965, aged 88 yrs.

Nora Kelly (Flavin) Coolkeragh, Listowel d. 20-7-1979.

Jack Flavin, Coolard,Listowel, d. 8-5-1988, aged 78 yrs.

Mgt Foley, (Walsh) Glouria, Lisselton d.10-4-1987, aged 50 yrs.

Michael Murphy, Lahardane, Ballybunion, d. 21-6-1976.

Mina Cantillon, Ballydonoghue, d. 11-3-1980. Aged 75 yrs.

Mort Daly, Knockane, Listowel, d. 25-11-1985.

Catherine Scanlon, Ballydonoghue, d. 24-1-1969, aged 83 yrs.

Brigid (Ciss) Linnane, Ballydonoghue, d. 7-10-1990. (nee Brennan).

Nora Dee, Ahanagran, Ballylongford, d. 14-5-1971, aged 82 yrs.

(Peggy Fitzgerald aunt).

Maureen Walsh, 8 Grattas Villa, Musgrave St, Limerick d. 8-4-1978,

Aged 56 yrs, b. Tullamore, Listowel.

Martin Walsh, Glouria, Lisselton, d. 20-5-1978. Aged 44 yrs.

Bridget Reidy, (nee Flavin) Ballyegan, d. 14-9-1973, aged 76 yrs.

Connie O'Connor, Glouria, d. 20-5-1978, aged 23 yrs.

Mary A. Appleby (Thompson) Ballydonoghue, d. 17-9-1973.

Elizabeth Walsh, Tullamore, Listowel, d. 11-1-1944, aged 96 yrs.

Bridie Quinlan (O'Mahony), Deerpark, Lixnaw, d. 29-7-1979

Aged 62 yrs.

Mce O'Sullivan, (Derry, Listowel) d. U.S.A. 16-3-1972.

Annie Helsey, Middlesex, Eng, d. 12-11-1987, aged 74 yrs

Fr Patrick Daly, Knockane, Listowel, d, 25-1-1984.

Dan Daly Shanagarry, Newcastlewest,. d.. 10-9-1985.

Eamon Walsh, Tullamore Listowel, d. 14-3-1990. (M.C.C.).

Nora Walsh, Ballyline, d. 29-4-1985. (nee Moloney).

Paddy Breen, Gullane, Asdee,d. 1-6-1987, aged 48 yrs.

Neilus Flynn, Foxfort, Causeway, d. 4-8-1987. Aged 78.

Bridie Daly, Church road, Lisselton, d. 13-6-1981, aged 65 yrs.

Mrs Mgt O'Mahony, Knockrour, E, Scartaglin, d. 22-3-1975.

Aged 65 yrs.

Mrs Mary E Walsh Ballyline d 13th June 1964 a76yrs Mother of Ned.

Ellen Madden Lr Kilgarvan Ballylongford d 30-12-1978 a 77yrs.

Lelia O Hanlon Ballydonoghue d 10th May 1981 nee, Appleby.

Mary O Sullivan, Derry Listowel died 3rd of the 12th 1940.

Mary Mollie Enright Lisselton died 25th of July 1982.

Patrick Horgan 41 Charles Street Listowel died 10th November 1978.

Brian Murphy Ballinglanna causeway died 7th April 1986 aged 71

Ellen Noone Arm Cashel Castlerea died 27th of May 1988 aged 92

William o Donnell Kilgarvan Ballylongford died 21st Oct 1987 aged 96

Patrick Flavin Tullahinell Ballylongford died 30th June 1980 aged 69

Mary Ann Walsh Tullamore Listowel died 31st October 1980 aged 83

Kitty Madden Kilgarvan Ballylongford died 17th January 1983

Elizabeth Cantillon Dromkeen causeway died 28th December 1970 aged 92 . Nee Mahony.

John Walsh Ballyline d 13th April 1934 a 59yrs. Neds father.

Dick Cremins Kew Melbourne d 16th Aug 1979 a 54yrs. Of Ballyd.

Sr. Ita O Sullivan Mercy Los Angeles d 15th Oct 1957 a65.Of Derry.

Maureen Culhane Glouria d 5th Nov 1982 a59yrs of NTS.

Tom Sullivan 31 Charles St Listowel d3rd May 1975 a81yrs [Derry]

Fergus Gilbert Lisselton d 30-3-1980 a 7yrs.

Edmond Sullivan Farnastack d 11th Nov 1978 a86yrs of Derry.

Ml Mc Loughlin 45 Roxboro Limerick d 9th July 1979 a63yrs.

Pat Sullivan Derry d 25th May 1933 a43yrs . [Toms].

Margaret Sullivan Derry d 30th Aug 1975 a83yrs.

Peter Mc Mahon Church Rd Ballybunion d 5th Sept 1982 a32.

Con Walsh Kilgarvan d 23-3-1968 a72yrs of Ballylongford.

Michael Mulvihill Ballydonoghue d 30th Oct 1976 a 26yrs.

Mgr Mce O Connor Clashmealcon d 10-12-1981 a 80 [Calif].

Tim Keane Glouria d17 June 1989 a c80yrs.

Josephine O Sullivan Murhur d 12th Aug 1990 a74yrs.

Pat Walsh Kilgarvan d 13th Aug 1977 a77yrs.

Minnie Moran Sullivan Charles St d 20th May 1981 a86yrs.

Sr. Jude Madden Redcote Convent Southhampton d 23June 1982.

Lena Gunn nee Walsh Lyre d 4-3-1980.

Mary Kissane Glouria d 11th Nov 1980 .

Nellie Riordan Glouria d 6th Sept 1981 a 61yrs.Wife of Ml.

John Linnane Ballydonoghue d 23rd-12-1973.

Ed Joe Walsh Tullamore Listowel d 23rd March 1967 a 79yrs.

Bridie M Corridan Drombeg d Sept 17th 1945 a 23yrs.

Gerald Fitzgerald Coolkeragh d 25-1-1982 a 88yrs.

John Quilter Ballyconry d 7th May 1986 a 76yrs.

Hanna Bunyon Knockenagh d 1st Oct 1989 a93yrs [Flavin].

Stephen Mahony d end July 1991.Born Ballyegan.

John Joe Kelly Ballydonoghue d 18th May 1991 a 35yrs.

Ml Fitzgerald b Limerick b 13th May 1840 d Kumara NZ on 7th Sept 1899 a 59yrs survived by wife and family.

Jane Dillon Lyre d 29-3-1974.

Fr John O Sullivan SJ Born 1861 d 19-2-1933 Rathfarnham Castle.

Tom F Hanrahan d May 20th 1930.

Mrs Bridget Enright Dromerin d 16-2-1947 a 86yrs.

Margaret Quilter Ballyconry d 30-4-1996 a84yrs.

Danny Lyons Derry Listowel d 27-4-1995 a78yrs.

Paddy Mahony Coolard d June 1st 1996 a 94yrs





William Ahern Direen died 10th Aug 1989 a 73yrs.

Nora Shanahan Direen d 16 May 1984 a 81yrs.

Michael Thornton Tenekilla Ballyhahill d 17th Aug 1967 a 50yrs.

William Thornton Kilbaha d 26 July 1970.

Miss Mary Thornton d Dec 20 1957. NY ?.

James Thornton born May 21st 1902 d June 17 1969.

Jack Adams Main St Glin d 30 July 1981 a 81yrs

Mary Christina O Sullivan Bunagara d May 10th 1969 a 27yrs.

Joseph Kevin Collins Ballymcave Rathkeale d 14 Aug 1981 a 25yrs.

Con Connell Kilbaha d Nov 30th 1975 a 100yrs buried Murhur Tomb.

Con Shine Kilbaha d 26th April 1968 a 52yrs.

Willie O Connor b Kilbaha d July 23rd 1966.

Annie Shine Direen d Jan 14th 1981 a 68yrs.

Tim Riordan Upper Direen d Dec 2nd 1973 a 88yrs.

Richard O Connor 9 Lisbeg Tralee d Aug 9th 1985. Of Kilbaha.

Jerry Hanrahan Kilbaha d March 16th 1974.

Mrs Mary Thornton Kilbaha d Jan 28th 1950 a73yrs.

Johanna Mc Auliffe Lower Athea d March 25th 1983 a 93yrs.

Donie Shine 95 Glengall Rd Kilburn of NTS d Jan 6th 1983.

Joe Vaughan Direen d Feb 27th 1966 a76yrs.

Julia Hanrahan Kilbaha d Aug 30th 1968 a 65yrs.

Mrs Hannah Dore Moyvane d Oct 15th 1954 a70yrs.

John Sheahan Kilbaha d Dec 5th 1953 a 18yrs.

Catherine O Connor Kilbaha d Jan 24th 1986 a 94yrs.

Mai O Sullivan Tenekilla Ballyhahill d Jan 19th 1988 a 79yrs.

Bridget Thornton Kilbaha d Oct 11th 1968 a 47yrs.

Mrs Margaret Thornton Kilbaha d Jan 17th 1953 a 87yrs and 9Mnts.

Tim Kennelly Kilbaha d 27-4-1955 a 73yrs.

Margaret Sheahan Direen d Sept 16th 1960 a 84yrs.

Miles Thornton d Aug 13th 1934 a 23yrs.

John Sheahan Direen d Sept 26th 1960 a 74yrs.

Mamie Thornton Kilbaha d Dec 20th 1957.

Mrs Margaret O Connor Glenalappa d June 10th 1954a 81yrs.

Annie Hanrahan Kilbaha d Aug 20th 1968 a 95yrs.

Mrs Mary Liston Lower Athea d 16-1-1975 a 69yrs.

Nora Mc Carthy Knocknacreagh Kilmorna d Oct 1st 1981 a 89yrs.

William Ahern Direen d 27-4-1959.

John O Connor Kilbaha d Nov 8th 1959 a 84yrs.

Ellen Sheahan Kilbaha d July 16th 1972.

Mrs Margaret Keane 37 Charles St Listowel d June 2nd 1959.

Hannah Ahern Direen d May 22nd 1978 a 65yrs.

Pat Shanahan Direen d April 6th 1957 a 83yrs.

Connie Mulvihill Athea d Oct 7th 1976.

Mrs Elizabeth Woulfe The Glen Cratloe d May 12th 1955 a 74yrs.

Sheila Shine Newtownsandes d Jan 10th 1944 a 23yrs.

Bridget Shanahan Direen d Aug 2nd 1958 a 85yrs.

Jer Connor Upper Athea d May 20th 1971 a 77yrs.

Tony Goulding Knockanure and London d March 14th 1972 a 35yrs.

Con Buckley Keylod d May 10th 1984 a 74yrs.

Josephine Lawlor Kilbaha d Dec 24th 1945 a 27yrs.

Pat Hanrahan Kilbaha d April 15th 1969 a 73yrs.

Rev Pat J Cunningham Moyvane b July 8th 1903 Ord 1929 d Nov 16th 1984.

Rev James F Cunningham Moyvane b 1913 Ord 1939 d Jan 17th 1966.

Pat O Connor Lisaniska d Nov 9th 1963 a 94yrs.

Pat Shine Kilbaha d Aug 11th 1980.


Daly Galvin

Fr Tom Daly d4-4-1966

Nancy d June 1st 1944. Photo Oxford Studio Brixton.

Msgr Pat Daly San Luis o Bispo Cal d 14th Nov 1966.

Mary O Donoghue Daly d 16-4-1960.

John Daly d 28-2-1956.

Dan Daly d 10th Sept 1985.

Fr Pat Daly d 25-1-1984.

Mary Foley Daly d 26th July 1987.

Jerry Galvin d 30-3-1979 a 93.

Ml t Griffin d 21st May 1903 a 22yrs . Ardfert.

Maureen Galvin Rathea d 6-2-1949.

Jane Galvin Rathea d 24-1-1955 , Mother of above.

Eileen Daly d 16-4-1988.

Murt Daly d 25th Nov 1985.







Richard Fitzgerald, Tarbert.

Robert Fitzgerald, Asylum Limerick.

John Fitzgibbon, Licence 1836.

Edward Fitzmaurice, Ballylongford.

Robert Fitzmaurice, Tralee.

Ulysses Fitzmaurice, Banna Ardfert.

Godfrey Goodman, Dingle.

John Griffin, Kilkee.

Lce. Griffin, Killanney.

William Daly Moore, Lic. London 1863.

John Murphy, Milltown.

Walter Wm. Murphy, Killarney.

Wm. Chapman Murphy, Croom.

Wm. D Murphy, Limerick Artillery Militia.

Miles O Brien,Newcastlewest.

David Morgan O Connell, Kilmallock.

Jer. Jas. O Connor, West Cove, Kerry.

John O Connor, Sandford House.

Wm. Arthur O Connor, Sandford House.

Kevin Izod O Doherty, Australia.

Tom Blood O Donnell, Kilrush.

Jer Jas O Grady, Ballygrange.

John O Halloran, Rathmore.

Dan O Connell Reardon, Ballinasloe.

David O Sullivan, Killarney.

Florence O Sullivan, Kermare.

Francis Pierce, Co Limerick.

George Pierce, Newcastlewest.

John Pierce, Harcourt, St., Dublin.

Robert James Pierce, Harcourt,St.,

Richard Power, Kilteely.

John Roche Rice, Tralee.

Redmond Roche, Castleisland.

Redmond Roche,Listowel.

Gabriel Thorp, Listowel.

Note 1851 house bought by Dr Thorp for £150.Sold by his widow 1877 to Fr M J Mc Donnell.

Francis D Mc Coy, Shanagolden.

Charles Mc Donnell, Glin.

John F Madigan, Rathkeale.

John Roche Hayes, Tralee.

Tom Hayes, Shanagolden.

Robert H Hunt, Australia.

Robert Hudson, Tralee.

Michael Hudson, Kanturk.

Robert Ponsonby Hudson, Youghall.

Arthur Ernest, Rathkeale.

Garrett Barry, Tralee.

Wm. Sealy Barry O Dorney.

Godfrey Goodman, Dingle.

John Bond Sullivan, Ballybunion.

Michael Stack, Listowel.

Tom Stack, Tralee.

Martin Shine Lawlor, Killarney.

Michael Lawlor, Tralee.

Wm. Hilliard Lawlor, Tralee.

D J Lyne, Limerick.

Hugh White, Ballingarry.

H Brady White, Pallisgreen.

George Wren, Ballylongford.

Wm. Foley, Kilrush.


Wm. Foley, Kilrush.

John Egan, Tralee.

James Donovan, Tralee.

David T Dore, Queenstown.

Wm. Pat Dillon, Ennis.

Michael Casey, Bruff.

Michael Kennelly, Grafton ,St.,

James Irving, Athy.

J J Hurley, Tralee.

Tom Homes, Rathkeale.

Pat Hogan, Ennis.

Ed. Hogan, Ballyvaughan.

Nicholas Harrington, Glenbeigh.

Tom and Richard Harold Castleisland.

William Hamilton, Tarbert.

Pat Keane, Annascaul.

Bryan J Kenny, Listowel.

John Kerin, Ardfert.

John Latchford, Tralee.

J Hudson, Taylor, China.

James Moloney, Clare.

W J Moylan, Rathkeale.

J L Nunan, Croom.

J A O Brien, Newcastlewest.

Ml.Stack Scanlon, Ballybunion+India.

A H Stokes, Dingle.

Redmond Roche, Listowel +Castleisland.

Wm. H Pickford, Army.

Arthur Palmer, Newcastlewest.

Richard Windle, Cork.

George Minchin, Dublin.

Humphrey Minchin, Dublin.

Died. John O Callaghan, Ballybunion.1886 aged30yrs.

Maurice Spotswood, Cahirciveen.

John Spring, Tralee.

George Williams, Dingle.



Descendants of Michael O'Connor



Generation No. 3



3. MORGAN3 O'CONNOR (MICHAEL2, MICHAEL1) was born May 3, 1870 in Clonamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland, and died Abt. 1944 in Co. Kerry, Ireland (Lislaughtin Abbey). He married ELLEN EGAN Aft. 1890 in Co. Kerry, Ireland.



Listed in 1901 Census:




Heads of House -- 1901 Census 0838575 Aghavallen Parish Census:\\


John Sheehy Ellen White

John Staek Patrick Connor*

Anne Hogan Mary Kennelly

Timothy Holly Morgan Connor*

Edmond Holly John Coughlan

David Boyle Johanna O'Sullivan

Patrick Ryan Denis Carroll

Martin Patt Thomas Carroll

John Keane Daniel Bambury

Thomas Loughlan Anne Enright

Daviel Muloihill Michael Broder

John Healy Michael Carroll

Daniel White Nicholas Muloihill

Maurice Carroll Cornelius McElligott


Patrick Connor 40, Mary 30, Dennis 5, James 3



Constabulary District: Listowel

Sub District: Ballylongford

Barony: Irraghticonnor

Parish: Aghavallen

Townland: Cloonamon

1901, March 31st


Morgan O'Connor Head of Farmer RC Cannot Read 30 M Farmer Married Irish and English

Ellen O'Connor Wife RC Read & Write 27 F ---- Married

Irish and English

Thomas O'Connor Son RC Read 5 M Scholar Not Married

Patrick O'Connor Brother RC Cannot Read 25 M Farm Servant

Not Married

I believe the following to be a true return


Morgan X O'Connor



Built, Private Dwelling, 2 Offices & Farmsteads, 2 rooms, 2 windows in front, 3rd class of house, April 6th form filled out, Landholder: Morgan O'Connor

LDS #0838575



Birth Record:

Ballylongford, Listowel, Co. Kerry

No 164, Third May, 1870, Clonomon, Male,

Father: Michael Connor, Clonomon

Mother; Ellen O'Connor, Heafy


Farmer, Michael X Connor


Registered: Eight May 1870, Robert Taylor, Deputy





Children of MORGAN O'CONNOR and ELLEN EGAN are:

i. THOMAS4 O'CONNOR, b. August 7, 1898, Tullihinell Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. Aft. 1970, Co. Kerry, Ireland.


From a letter from Teresa Douglas, Chicago Illinois.


Uncle Tom was a carpenter and a great fiddler. He died after he had a stroke in the early 70's in Ireland. Uncle Jack took care of the small farm in Clounamon. It was 35 acres and had about 12 milking cows. They grew all their own vegetables. Aunt Ellie assisted him on the farm. Tom, Jack and Ellie were never married.


Their house was a long thatched house made up of a large kitchen and 4 bedrooms, a peat fire to heat the house and no indoor plumbing. There was an outhouse behind the house. The house was well-kept in my grandfathers time. In the late 60's, they ran into financial problems after they purchased feed and equipment for the cows on credit from the Sullivans of Ballylongford. The Sullivans eventually took the farm and gave them 5,000 pounds. Years later, Tom Sheehy bought the farm from the Sullivans for 20,000 pounds. Tom Sheehy is one of the biggest farmers in North Kerry and is married to Teresa Scanlon. Teresa Scanlon is a first cousin, once removed, of my fathers. (Patrick O'Connor)


When my parents married, my dad moved into the Gilhooly house, in Asdee, with his mother-in-law. This house is stucco built. This is the house where I was born and my brother, Albert, currently lives there with his family. It is well over 100 years old - but he has made many changes. He currently has a bathroom and central heat. It is on 3 acres and has about 100 feet of frontage. Albie is a supervisor at Kerry Co-Op in Listowel and is not interested in farming. To the north of the house, my father bought about 40 acres of land which he farmed and raised 4 of us on that farm. Now it is used by my brother, Morrie, for grazing drystock (cows that are not milking).


Morrie married Eileen Sweeny, on only child and he moved into her parents farm in Ballyconry - 6 miles northwest of Asdee. They live there with there 4 children and milk approximately 30 cows. My other brother, J.P. lives with his family in the Bronx, New York.



4. ii. MICHAEL O'CONNOR, b. July 22, 1899, Clonamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. November 21, 1955, Cleveland, Ohio.

iii. ELLEN O'CONNOR, b. August 8, 1902, Clounamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. Aft. 1960, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

iv. JOHN O'CONNOR, b. August 8, 1902, Clounamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. Aft. 1960, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

5. v. PATRICK O'CONNOR, b. October 29, 1905, Clounamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. September 4, 1967, Clounamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

6. vi. MARY ANN O'CONNOR, b. Abt. 1906, Clonamon Townland, Co. Kerry, Ireland; d. August 30, 1979, Cleveland, Ohio.







Moyvane/ Knockanure

Austin Shanahan Moyvane, died 1902 aged 62yrs Pres. Cork.

Stanislaus Kennelly, Kilbaha, born 1857 d 1950 . Pres. Cork.

John Louis Kennelly Kilbaha, born 1854 d 1880 Pres. Cork .

Wm. Patrick Shine Kilbaha, d 1906 aged 62yrs Pres. Cork.

Con Albon Shine Kilbaha, d 1923 aged 38yrs Pres. Cork

John Stack Turners Cross Pres. Cork.

Canice Collins Moyvane, went to St Lucia, d 1957.

Salvator O Mahony Moyvane, d 1976 aged 81yrs, Pres. Cork.

Justin Enright Pretoria, SA, d Sept 2nd 1952 aged 73yrs of Aughrim.

Br Thornton Aus. Grandson of Mike who was born in Kilbaha c1890.



Jerome Stack Carrueragh, Christian Brother Waterford, etc

Laserin O Connell uncle of Jerome ,b Lixnaw said to be gifted.

Hermes O Connor Beenbrack, De La Salle. ?

John Leahy Est. Nursery.

Tom Leo O Sullivan Trien, d 1931 aged 77, Pres. Cork.

Basil Hunt Gortdromagowna, d 30-12-1941. Pres.

His brother Jeremiah Cyril Hunt d 1963 aged 84yrs Pres.


Year 2000 ,Knockanure Millennium Bell: A Grant of £500 from Kerry County Council, Millennium Awards Scheme, towards the above is acknowledged through the good office of the Knockanure millennium group: Margaret Carmody, Eileen Kennelly and Sean Stokes. This Grant along with the local contribution meets the full cost of the installation



Br. Michael Canice Collins



Michael Collins was born at Glin Road, Moyvane, County Kerry on 13 May 1914, the third eldest of a family of eight. When he was eight years old, and his youngest brother only one, his mother died, leaving his father to rear the children on his own. Two of the children, Michael and Tim, entered the Presentation Brothers; James, a Redemptorist, became a bishop in Brazil; Pat, a Salesian Father, was Principal of Warrenstown Agricultural College; Maudie became Sister Mary Theophane, a member of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word in the USA.


Michael entered the Presentation Brothers at Mount St. Joseph, Cork on 20 February 1932 and made his final profession of Vows in 1937. He graduated from the National University of Ireland (Cork) with an honours B.Sc.. in 1940, and obtained the Higher Diploma in Education in 1941. He taught at the Presentation Colleges in Cork and Cobh and spent the last years of World War II teaching in Reading, England.


Following a request from Dr. Finbar Ryan OP, Archbishop of Port of Spain, the Presentation Brothers opened a new College in St. George's, Grenada, and took over the existing St. Mary's College in Castries, St. Lucia. Brother Canice was one of the group of three who went to St. Lucia, his companions being Br. Macartan Sheehy and Br. Lawrence Reynolds.


Br. Canice combined the duties of Superior of the community and Principal of the College. On the night of 19 June 1948 fire raged in the town of Castries, threatening to destroy it completely. Br. Canice persuaded the firefighting authorities to destroy all the old wooden buildings along one street which lay in the path of the flames, thus creating a firebreak. His initiative and leadership saved much of the town from destruction. An editorial in the local newspaper commended the Brothers for "striving to promote a spirit of initiative and cooperative action". Br. Canice's efforts both in education and in controlling the "Great Fire of 1948" were acknowledged in the King's New Year's Honours List of 1949 when he was awarded the MBE.


The number of students at St. Mary's had increased steadily and there was a growing demand for more places. The building however was old, small and in bad repair. Br. Canice negotiated the purchase of a large, vacant military barracks on a splendid site on the Vigie peninsula about two miles from the town. It was completely refurbished and the College was transferred there in 1952. It was now possible to accommodate over 300 pupils (the original student population was 80) as well as providing hostel and sports facilities. Br. Canice was an able sportsman and it was largely due to his enthusiasm and energy that the Inter-Island Tournament which schools in Grenada, St. Vincent, Dominica and St. Lucia hosted in turn was revived, having fallen into abeyance during World war II.


The Brothers also purchased a bungalow at Vigie which had been the Commanding Officers' quarters and this became the Brothers residence when their house in Castries was destroyed in a second fire in the town in 1951.


Br. Canice was appointed by the Governor of St. Lucia to the Education Board for the island and in 1955 he represented both the Archbishop of Port of Spain and the Government of St. Lucia at a conference in Kingston, Jamaica, on the setting up of the University of the West Indies. He was also vicar to the Provincial Superior, Br. Dunstan Curtin, at this time.


Br. Canice was a great community man, gentle, humble and self-effacing. He had a wonderful ability to inspire those who worked with him to share his enthusiasm and zeal. Calm and patient, he had a great sense of humour. He was a keen photographer and left a collection of transparencies recording scenes and events in St. Lucia. With his friend Fr.Jesse FMI he established a museum at St. Mary's to display numerous Arawak and Carib artifacts collected at various sites on the islands.


Br. Canice left St. Lucia for San Fernando, Trinidad, in 1956 and was appointed Superior there at the end of the year. For years he had suffered headaches from time to time, a problem he sometimes attributed to an old scalp injury he incurred in his youth when he dived into water that was shallower than he anticipated. Early in 1957 the pains became very severe and frequent. In March he left for treatment at a hospital in Beaumont, Texas, which was administered by the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, the congregation of which his sister was a member. An aneurism in the brain was diagnosed and though the surgery performed appeared at first to be successful Br. Canice died on 20 March 1957. He is buried in the cemetery attached to the convent of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word in Beaumont.


News of Br. Canice's death came as a great shock to the people of St. Lucia and many tributes were paid to him. The words of Br. Dunstan Curtin, who had been the first Provincial Superior of the Congregation in the West Indies and was a close friend of Br. Canice best summed up the loss felt by those who knew him:


"Brother Canice died young. Had he lived for a century he would have died young - far too young indeed , for the many that loved him."



The late Rev. Br. Michael Canice Collins - an appreciation by Br. Dunstan Curtin (1957)


A Concise History of the Presentation Brothers in St. Lucia 1947-1997 Brother De Lellis Sullivan,Golden Jubilee Magazine.


Gentlemen of the Presentation - Feheney, (Veritas 1999)



1877 Births, Listowel District and PLU, Vol. 10. Source: LDS film #255985

Surname Child Father Occ Mother Maiden DOB, 1877 Residence

Archer William William farmer Mary Farmer 5-Apr Ballinruddery

Boyle Mary Patrick blacksmith Catharine Griffin 21-May Listowel

Brennan Michael Michael shopkeeper Mary Rellihan 27-Mar Listowel

Brennan Charles Patrick laborer Johanna Sullivan 31-May Listowel

Brosnahan Bridget Michael laborer Mary Collins 10-May Dromin

Browne Catharine Daniel butcher Catharine Lynch 25-Mar Listowel

Browne Michael John butcher Bridget Connor 20-Mar Listowel

Buckley Patrick Michael laborer Julia Connor 1-Apr Duagh

Buckley Edward Jeremiah draper Frances O'Flaherty 26-May Listowel

Buckley Margret Jeremiah draper Frances O'Flaherty 26-May Listowel

Cain James James bridewell kp Catharine O'Sullivan 24-May Listowel

Carmody Patrick John shopkeeper Margret Liston 26-Mar Listowel

Carroll Julia none given Anne Carroll 18-Apr Listowel

Clifford Daniel Daniel laborer Kate Forhan 27-Mar Moynsha

Collins John John laborer Mary Cunningham 5-May Murher

Collins Jeremiah Thomas laborer Catharine Gearin 24-May Ballygowloge

Connell Timothy Timothy farmer Margret Kelly 23-Mar Ballymacjordan

Connor Michael Jeremiah farmer Ellen Mulvihill 27-Mar Knockane

Connor David Patrick farmer Mary Finnell 18-Apr Moyvane

Connor Hanora Batt laborer Honora Ryan 1-Apr Beenanaspuck

Connor Bridget Batt laborer Ellen Power 17-Apr Islandarry

Connor Michael Michael farmer Johanna Molyneaux 21-Mar Keylod

Connor Denis John shoemaker Catharine O'Brien 14-May Listowel

Connor John Patrick laborer Kate Healy 17-May Listowel

Connor William John farmer Catharine Broder 7-Jun Dromin

Connor Edmond William farmer Johanna Cunningham 24-May Kilbaha

Corridan Patrick Thomas farmer Ellen Dillane 22-Mar Foildarrig

Corridan Mary Timothy farmer Mary Walsh 28-May Knockmeal

Costello Mary Edmond laborer Bridget Power 1-May Beenanaspuck

Cronin none given Michael laborer Johanna Walsh 25-May Shrone

Cullinane Mary John laborer Mary Carroll 27-Mar Carrueragh

Dillane Mary Patrick farmer Mary Power 23-Mar Trineragh

Dillane Jeremiah John laborer Johanna Sullivan 1-May Shrone

Doody Thomas Jeremiah farmer Bridget Scanlan 4-May Coilagurton ?

Dooling Honora Maurice farmer Elizabeth Cronin 27-May Bunglashan

Doyle Patrick James laborer Mary Lynch 13-Mar Coolnaleen

Driscol Julia Timothy laborer Mary McGlynn 14-Apr Newtownsandes

Enright Thomas Daniel farmer Margret Lynch 14-May Beenanaspuck

Enright Catharine John P. draper Debora Hickie 2-Jun Listowel

Fitzgerald Margrett Michael horse trainer Mary Prindiville 8-Apr Listowel

Fitzgerald Mary John laborer Johanna Dooling 27-Apr Beenanaspuck

Flaherty Ellen James laborer Bridget Doyle 11-May Ahalahana

Flavin Mary Martin farmer Mary Curtin 11-Apr Coolaclarig

Gaire Patrick John tailor Bridget Hickey 4-Apr Duagh

Gaire Catharine Patrick tailor Mary Dillon 22-May Duagh

Griffin John Jeremiah weaver Ellen Connor 25-Apr Trineragh

Halpin Ellen James laborer Kate Reardon 11-May Knockadreen

Hanlon Honora Charles butcher Mary McCarthy 1-May Listowel

Harnett Anne Maurice laborer Mary Nolan 17-May Kilcarra

Hayes Patrick Thomas shoemaker Bridget Fitzgerald 20-Apr Listowel

Healy Mary Michael shoemaker Mary Sheehy 2-Jun Listowel

Hickey Denis John farmer Bridget Kelly 2-Jun Knockalougha

Hunt John James laborer Bridget Carroll 17-Apr Knockanure

Joy Patrick William laborer Johanna O'Donnell 29-May Ardydonaghan

Keane Michael Batt laborer Bridget McKenna 21-Mar Keylod

Kelly Catharine John laborer Mary Browne 17-Apr Tannavalla ?

Kelly Mary Thomas laborer Kate Kennelly 5-May Coolnaleen

Kieffe Johanna Michael laborer Mary Lyons 18-Mar Knockadreen

Kirby Margret Patrick shopkeeper Mary Stack 27-Apr Listowel

Kirby Johanna Michael farmer Margret Lyons 1-Jun Rylane

Lawlor Nance John farmer Mary King 26-May Cloonmackon

Lyons Maurice John farmer Vianna Shanahan 28-Apr Knockalougha

Lyons William John farmer Catharine Donoghue 6-Dec Foildarrig

Lyons Catharine James farmer Mary Moran 25-May Derry

McCarthy John Michael laborer Anne Fitzmaurice 1-May Meenanare

McCarthy Johanna Timothy laborer Mary Nolan 4-May Gortdromasillahy

McCarthy Eugene Patrick laborer Mary Heffernan 21-May Duagh

McCarthy Edmond John laborer Bridget Brick 20-May Coolnaleen

McCarthy Mary John laborer Bridget Brick 20-May Coolnaleen

McCauliffe Patrick John farmer Mary Keane 15-Apr Grogeen

McElligott Bridget Patrick cooper Ellen Carmody 10-Feb Listowel

McGrath John John pensioner Elizabeth Dillon 17-Mar Duagh

Molony Laurence Thomas farmer Kate White 15-May Foildarrig

Molony Honora Patrick laborer Ellen Walsh 25-May Beenanaspuck

Moore Bridget Edmond pensioner Honora Molony 27-Mar Listowel

Mulvihill Cornelius Cornelius farmer Bridget Dinneen 6-May Cloonbrane

Murphy Patrick Thomas laborer Bridget Griffin 11-Apr Billeragh

Nash Thomas Thomas laborer Ellen Kirby 1-Apr Newtownsandes

Nash Mary Michael farmer Margret Griffin 1-Apr Knockalougha

Nash Edmond James farmer Margret Joy 20-Mar Knockalougha

Nolan Ellen Mary Jeremiah cooper Honora Driscol 21-May Clievragh

O'Connor Margret Patrick farmer Julia Daly 4-Apr Coolaneelig

O'Leary Dominick Daniel mason Mary Costello 1-Jun Ballygowloge

Rellihan Denis Daniel laborer Mary Fitzgerald 31-Dec Beenanaspuck

Rellihan Mary John farmer Catharine Herlihy 7-May Knockadreen

Shea Mary Denis laborer Margret Stack 8-May Duagh

Sheehy Patrick Thomas farmer Johanna Molynessy 8-Apr Scrahan

Sheehy John Patrick laborer Anne Molony 18-Jun Knockadreen

Shine Mary Cornelius farmer Catharine Reidy 2-Apr Kilbaha

Shine Patrick Francis blacksmith Johanna Shine 18-Apr Beenanaspuck

Shine Mary Daniel cooper Bridget Collins 7-May Newtownsandes

Sullivan Michael John laborer Margret Barrett 10-Apr Knockane

Sullivan Johanna Maurice farmer Mary Griffin 8-May Duagh

Sullivan Johanna Timothy shoemaker Ellen Hederman 22-Apr Listowel

Wall Mary Anne Pierce steward Julia Horgan 13-May Kilmeany

Walsh Elizabeth John farmer Johanna Kelly 20-Mar Knockadreen

Walsh Honora John farmer Mary Kennelly 27-Mar Rylane

Walsh John William farmer Honora Sheehy 20-Apr Knockalougha



Thanks to Donna Shine for transcribing and sharing this research!


John Mulvuhill of Newtownsands .

6 yrs in USA departed from horsehead German county (chemung county) New York his sister Margaret Connell in new Orleans will he thankful for any information. Address to the care of N.W. Ryan Jackson st. 4th district, New Orleans.


Daniel and Patrick Dunford of Newtownsands .

Daniel was in Cleveland Ohio. Patrick sailed from Tralee on August 1851 for Quebec in the ship Nester.

Information thankfully received by Timothy Flahavan, Hedgeville Beekley V.A


1850 Boston Globe advertising looking for Relations


William Walsh of Inchamore . last learnt of was at Melville Mass . His son Edward Walsh would like the hear from him . Direct to Enoch train and co. 37 and 30 lewis wharf Boston .


Richard Stack from Knockanure left Ireland in November 1851 in the "David Cannon" for New Orleans . When last heard from was in Dearborn Co., Indiana. A few Lines addressed to his wife Catherine Murphy . Alias Stack care of Mrs. Griffin 119 twelfth street Louisville K.Y. Will he carefully attended to


William McAuliffe of Newtownsands . Who sailed from liverpool to Quebec in the ship "John Adams" on the 12th of September 1850. Any person knowing him will confer a favour on his brother by writing to John stokes McAulffe, Cavettsville Westmoreland co. P.A.


Dan Mangan of Newtownsands . Sailed from Limerick to Quebec about 8 yrs ago . When last heard of he was in Rochester New York . Should this meet his eye or any person acquainted with him a favour would he conferred by writing to his brother John Mangan Carpenter care of P.E Green cleveland Ohio.


Mary Mangan daughter of Pat Mangan and Ellen Mulvihill of Newtownsands . She left Ireland 4 yrs ago .Any information will he thankfully received by her father Mount st. Patrick C.W




Feedback NTS



I enjoyed your online newsletter and found it very informative. I have
been researching my family history for a number of years. My
grandfather, Patrick Windle was born in Glenagragra, County Limerick in
1884. According to information that I have his father, Michael Windle
and mother Anna Long were born in Kerry, as was his grandfather, Henry
Windle and Bridget Culhane. I have not had much success with the Kerry
Heritage Center in getting information on the Windle's in Kerry. The
Windle name is not that common in Ireland, for the most part it was only
in Limerick and Kerry. Do you know of anyone in Kerry who does family
research who might be able to help me?

I have information on all of my grandfather's siblings and I believe
most of his father's siblings. It appears that at least four of my
grandfather Patricks, aunts and uncles (sisters and brothers of Michael)
came to the US and died here. I do not know if there were any other
brothers and sisters of Michael that is what I am trying to find out.
The last sister of Michael was born in Limerick about 1855 according to
parish record information that I got from the Limerick Heritage Center.

Thank You
Marilyn Fannon



Jeremiah---I believe that the Margaret Kennelly born in 1836 you mentioned in your e-mail was my greatgrandmother---She named one of her sons Jeremiah ---my grandfather and he named his oldest son Jeremiah ---my father. It sounds as if the Jeremaih name may have been common in Kennelly and then Langan families. I wish I had known about you as I was in Askeaton and the area just two weeks ago ---I visited churches and burial grounds in Foynes,Askeaton, Shanagolden, and Rathkeal. Talked to langans and called Kennellys ---I reached Langans but no Kennellys were answering phones. I was in Ireland the last two and a half weeks of October and early November. So sorry I did not find you. hope you will continue to communicate with me. Regards Joseph Langan


Hi Jer,
Do you have the address for the Kennellys?
What kind of bells were found and what are they used
for? Thats really interesting..Id really like to have
more info on it if you could provide it. I would love
to put it in our "tales" on our family web page,
adding a "human" side, rather than all statistics..
And I still laugh about the Kennelly who moved so much
that he never took his dresser out of his horse cart!
sounds like me!!!
Do you know who he was or more abou him?
If you would like to add to our pages we will start on
the Kennellys we would love it.
Take care Jeremiah...
Cris M





I have a made a note of everything you have sent us on my computer and have the eviction details thank you.Can you receive and read a "WORD" document? I can then show you what I noted.

Appreciate your comments on the burials.Thanks.





Wow, more good information! I don't believe I have seen this. I have, however, found a marriage in Moyvane of a Tadgh Flaherty to Joanna Doherty, dau of Mathias Doherty of Ahalahana, on 2 Mar 1867. I show 8 children of this marriage baptised in Moyvane between 22 Dec 1867 and

21 Sep 1878. Any chance it could be the same couple?

When you find information such as this, please include the source of the information in as much detail as possible (i.e. parish register; land record; civil record of birth, marriage, death; manuscript; etc) and a page number or description of the document.

Did the source of this information cover a range of years that can help me narrow down when in the 1800s?

Thanks again for keeping your eyes open for me. I really appreciate it - especially if it relates to Kerry or West Limerick.




Hello again, haven't heard from you for a time. How are things ? Could you send me details of your latest find - please.

Did I tell you the marriage certificate of Thomas Mulvihill and Johanna Scanlon was found - at Alderney, Guernsey Islands !! If you are interested I will send the info. to you. Someone else in the Mulvihill family may benefit from it. Still seeking Patrick Mulvihill. He was ' sponsored ' although that isn't the word they used then. Thomas was the depositor Johanna didn't take up her option to do the same for a member of the family.

any news will help.

thanks and kind regards anne M.



Still hoping that I can receive some information with regard to MULVIHILL. Micheal and Ellen of Newtown Sandes town County Kerry Civil Parish of Murher Poor Law Union ( what does that mean ? ) Listowel. One of their children - Thomas married Johanna Scanlon in Guernsey Channel Isles and came to Australia as assissted passengers on the ' Mary Ann ' settling in Tumut New South Wales Australia. I have some details on them but would like more family history. Kind regards Anne M



I am doing research on my Kenneally line in my family

My great grandmother:

Mary Agnes Kenneally

born 10 August 1864 in London

died 16 February 1935 in NY

She first married George Pflug and then August Schumacher

Her parents are:

Michael Kenneally born abt. 1830 in Ireland

Sarah McNamara born abt. 1834 in Ireland

They married abt. 1856 in Ireland

Sometime between 1865 and 1873 they left Ireland went to Canada (I believe) and ended up in New York City.

I believe that Mary was one of 9 children and one of her siblings was named John born abt. 1865 also in London

Michael had a brother named Patrick who also came to New York City and 3 brothers, William, Charles, and Joseph who went to California from Canada.

If any of these make any connection in your family please contact me at _HYPERLINK ""__pnbbolte@worldnet.att.net_



> >Thanks for getting back to me. First that is one of my big problems...................I have no idea what part of Ireland they are from. So not knowing this I don't even know what towns or parishes to even look into. Supposedly they immigrated aboard the ship SS Baltic and that a daughter was born aboard ship. They named her Catherine "Baltic" after the name of the ship, But I have gone through all the passenger lists for this ship but have found nothing. So even this information may be a misnomer. I have check "soundex" listing for the name Kenneally but with no luck there. Sometime I think that maybe "pouf they appeared" in the US. (chuckle, chuckle)

> >Harry Stevens had a daughter Frances Stevens who married Virgial Kennelly. Harry's twin brother Howard was my great grandfather. My Stevens side of the family came from Maine, New Hampshire area. So it looks a though I can't help you. Darn I was in hope that I could. See the Kennelly that married a Stevens is from Illinois. I wish I could have been more help. Good luck.


Harry Stevens had a daughter Frances Stevens who married Virgial Kennelly. Harry's twin brother Howard was my great grandfather. My Stevens side of the family came from Maine, New Hampshire area. So it looks a though I can't help you. Darn I was in hope that I could. See the Kennelly that married a Stevens is from Illinois. I wish I could have been more help. Good luck.


Hello Jer,
Thanks for the reply...I have no iformaton as yet on
the Kennelly side of my family, except that my
greatgrandmother was margaret Kennelly, born in
Ireland about 1837,her parents were Cornelius(others
say Edmund and Cornelius are the same person) and
there is also a qustion as to the spelling of
Her mothers name was Mary Nestor.Margaret and Maurice
came to the US with ther children and homesteaded in
Platte Center Nebraska in 1877.
Margaret and maurice are buried at St. Patricks
Cemetery in NE. Maurice Sr. does not have a headstone
but Margaret does, however her name is spelled wrong
on it,it reads Langen rather than Langan.
We have begun a rough draft of a family webpage at
If any of this sounds familiar to you I would be ver
interested in knowing.
Thanks again for writing.



Thanks for the reply! I am really excited about this possibly resolving a long-term mystery about the Doherty who was buried in my family plot and who obviously is somehow related. It can also help me piece together the various branches of the Doherty family of North Kerry and West Limerick.

As to your references, I am not quite clear as to if these are printed books that Graham and Tossell authored, or are they surname submissions to


I would appreciate any clarification you may be able to provide. Thanks again!




Thank you so much for the information. I would appreciate any and all of the data you have on those wild Irish Patt girls. Do you know where I might be able to do research on Bridget's parents, John (B.1804) and Ellen Fitzgerald (B.1802) Patt? I need to find out if John had any brothers and then go and get data on them. I am trying to connect the Pattwells from Cork, (Justice Michael Pattwell, being the most famous) to the Pattwells in Tarbert. The Tarbert Pattwell's grandfather, Richard, was my grandfather's brother. However, there is a Michael Pattwell, who lives in Tarbert and is a cousin of the Justice So any help would be appreciated . By the way I liked your Kennelly page at Newtownsands.



Hello Jer,

Thanks for the reply...I have no iformaton as yet on

the Kennelly side of my family, except that my

greatgrandmother was margaret Kennelly, born in

Ireland about 1837,her parents were Cornelius(others

say Edmund and Cornelius are the same person) and

there is also a qustion as to the spelling of


Her mothers name was Mary Nestor.Margaret and Maurice

came to the US with ther children and homesteaded in

Platte Center Nebraska in 1877.

Margaret and maurice are buried at St. Patricks

Cemetery in NE. Maurice Sr. does not have a headstone

but Margaret does, however her name is spelled wrong

on it,it reads Langen rather than Langan.

We have begun a rough draft of a family webpage at

If any of this sounds familiar to you I would be ver

interested in knowing.

Thanks again for writing.


Okay I don't think or can I find where anyone in the family comes from Athea, Co Limerick Irl.


Harry Stevens had a daughter Frances Stevens who married Virgial Kennelly. Harry's twin brother Howard was my great grandfather. My Stevens side of the family came from Maine, New Hampshire area. So it looks a though I can't help you. Darn I was in hope that I could. See the Kennelly that married a Stevens is from Illinois. I wish I could have been more help. Good luck.



ID: I5080

Name: Virgil H. Kennelly

Sex: M


Father: Joseph Allen Kennelly

Mother: Maria M. Murry


Marriage 1 Frances Elizabeth Stevens


Gary Patrick Kennelly

Dennis Wayne Kennelly

Diana Lynn Kennelly



ID: I219

Name: Martin KENNELLY

Sex: M

Birth: in Ireland

Note: O'Cinnfeadlead The gaelic for all of the derivations of Kennelly, Kinealy etc., etc


Marriage 1 KISSANE b: in Ireland


Honora KENNELLY b: 1850 in Kerry County, Ireland





I recieved an email from you this morning but there

was nothing there except your email address...Im

assuming you wrote regarding a possible Kennelly

connection,my greatgrandmother was Margaret Kennelly

married to Maurice Langan Sr.

Please write again.




Thanks for the latest note. Actually I had submitted my name to this registry looking for Dohertys in Kerry.

I finally made contact with the individual who submitted the 1999 query to regarding the Newtown-Sandes Doherty family. We are currently sharing information and there may be some ties. The name Laurence is not real common in Kerry and I have found numerous Laurence Dohertys in the branches of my Kerry family. His James has a son and apparently a brother names Lawrence. I am working the family tree. I had located a James baptised about the right time in the Moyvane parish Registers to Thomas Doherty and Bridget Carmody.

Jer, did you ever write that article on the Doherty nuns? I am wondering if you could give me some help. I am trying to locate the "Motherhouse" for the Loreto Sisters to see if they have a picture or biographical information on the Doherty who became the Provincial. Do you know where the Motherhouse is located? An address?





Here is another reference to Moyvane (Ahalahana) in the same message board at - have you see it?


Looking for additional information on

Richard Carr b. abt 1823 who married Johanne Welshe born abt 1823

both died abt 1887

...their parents, where they were born, marriage date...and confirmation of their childrens names and birthdates.

I show

Catherine Carr b. 5 Nov 1846 at Ahalahana

Additionally we believe are the following:

Edmund, John, James, Richard Jr., Josephine, Bridget (1864)


Family tradition is that one brother was a priest, one a doctor and both went to mission field abroad...perhaps China, where one or both died due to a plague. We show a sister as mother superior of a convent. Not known which ones...or if these are the correct siblings.

Any info on the family appreciated


Dear Jer,

Very nice to have seen you and I enjoyed our discussions. Yes, I got Uncle Paddy's photo back.

Any ideas on my going back beyond my great grand parents viz. Edmund (Hill) Stack and Mary (O') Connor, Clar and Bryan Cunningham, Kilbaha married to --------------------------?

Mother never mentioned any brothers of her grand father Bryan, or did they have an argument!

On a Heritage Outing in West Clare to-day Paddy Nolan, a Kilkee Vet, now retired in Doonbeg tells me three of his ancestors, Liddane sisters from West Clare settled in North Kerry, having married three Stacks. He is not aware if the husbands were brothers or not. Paddy, who is 70, could possibly be talking of grand aunts at least. He has not got the Stacks' first names nor the townlands, so you may not find it too easy to trace the Liddane women, except by mere chance.




H Jer


Good to hear from you. Thanks for email.


I may not have emailed you but I have certainly spent quite a lot of time in your site. It is excellent!


Have found the odd bit of new info there too which has been great. Although not getting any further back with our northern County Kerry O'Connells We have recently made a connection with Melbourne links to the family after putting together a lot of BDM data I was able to get on line.

O'Connell from the Christchurch NZ line was in Melbourne recently and made the break through while she was there.


It was a bit like the amazing breakthrough we got by finding you.


Marie a nun went to a pottery course over there and stayed with other nuns and while there met a Presentation Nun home from overseas on holiday.To cut a long story short this nun turned out to be the gg grand daughter of John O'Connell born we believe Morgan John in 1847 and baptised at Ballybunion. He was a brother of PP James Hennessey O'C and a son of Jmaes O'C and Ann Hennessey of Lahardane (named in the flagstone details which you gave us).


We would still love to try and get back another generation but have no clues. Need the birth/baptism of an Edmund O'Connell born about 1775. Mary O'C wife of the Liberator had a brother Edmund/Edward who was in the Navy and was killed as a young man and I often wonder if he had any family? He would have been born in roughly the right area too. (Lixnaw?)


I can no longer afford to pay for research to be done and live away from decent record repositories but stay ever hopeful that something will pop up one day.From your records on site I do see where there were other O'C's producing children in Ballybunion area generally, at the same time as James and Anna so wonder if this indicates other members of one and the same family?


Would you like me to send you a copy of the early 'tree' as it stands? If so please send me your address again as I find it difficult to read.


Your help was so valuable and most appreciated I can assure you.


I have some queries and wonder if you can help please?


What does the fact that the family had a flagstone in Knockanure Churchyard indicate to you? The family questions whether this indicates burial there. Could it only be a Memorial and they were buried elsewhere? If they were buried there would it indicate to you that the family were originally closer to that part eg Newtownsandes as I believe they were rather than to Ballybunion. There is no indication as to where James senior of the family was born but Maurice my ancestor was born Newtownsandes and he is believed to be the brother of James.


As always any snippets are useful to ponder on.


Although the history drves me crazy at times trying to work it all out I keep coming back to it. Can't leave it alone for long!!





Today I was trying out Hennessy on Ellis Island site- I found a John Hennessy, Tralee travelling to his brother Denis Hennessy in Kansas. Thade Mahony & Mary Hennessy ( my g grandparents) second son was Denis- I presume this was the name of Mary's father.

Looking for Mahony or Hennessy on A ship List; Gypsey 23rdJune 1852 I found ; at TRALEE


Jerh Kennally 19 Lab.




Alexander Cunningham was born about 1800 at Ballyshannon, Donegal. We don't

know details of his crime but we do know his father filed a petition for

Mitigation of Sentence in 1824, requesting that he was "young and

inexperienced and easily led astray". Needless to say, petition not granted.


I do not have a passenger list for the Hooghley, unfortunately. Wish I did!

I do know it embarked 195 males, and there were 2 deaths on the voyage. The

ship arrived in Sydney on April 22, 1825. It was built at London in 1819,

master was Ptr. J. Reeves Corbyn, the surgeon was Rbt. Tainish. It had

departed January 5, 1825 from Cork, sailed via Rio, and therefore the voyage

was 107 days. This is from The Convict Ships by Charles Bateson.


When I look in the 1828 NSW census I do not find a Kennelly listed for

Hooghley. I do see a John Kennelly, Govt Servant, age 35, ship Mangles,

1822, life sentence, Catholic, stockman with HG Bailey at Moranballman and

also M. Kennally, a Mariner, no ship listed, with a notation that he died in



This doesn't really mean anything, because of the many spelling errors in the

census. If you want to send me more information, I will check for other

possibilities. For instance, our Edward Beecroft appears as Edward Baycroft.

So just let me know if you need me to do that!



Cheryl Murray



Thanks for replying.



Here is another reference to Moyvane (Ahalahana) in the same message board at - have you see it?


Looking for additional information on

Richard Carr b. abt 1823 who married Johanne Welshe born abt 1823

both died abt 1887

...their parents, where they were born, marriage date...and confirmation of their childrens names and birthdates.

I show

Catherine Carr b. 5 Nov 1846 at Ahalahana

Additionally we believe are the following:

Edmund, John, James, Richard Jr., Josephine, Bridget (1864)


Family tradition is that one brother was a priest, one a doctor and both went to mission field abroad...perhaps China, where one or both died due to a plague. We show a sister as mother superior of a convent. Not known which ones...or if these are the correct siblings.

Any info on the family appreciated


Take care!




My immigrant Kennelley ancestor was DANIEL who was b. in Ireland 24 Dec. 1775

and came through Cork seaport to Maryland. He m. 26 May 1803 in Hagerstown,

MD to Jane SHANNON. Daniel d. 13 Aug 1847 in Spring Mills, Centre Co., PA and

Jane d. 16 Jul 1862 also at Spring Mills. Jane was b. near Mercersburg,

Franklin Co., PA.

(At that time there was a dispute about the land and both MD and PA claimed

it, so sometimes the record states MD and sometimes it states PA.)

There son, ALEXANDER Kennelley was b. 8 Aug 1809 in Spring Mills and

d. 18 Jan 1884 in Reedsville, Mifflin Co., PA. He m. 16 Sep 1834 in

Reedsville to Rosanna CONLEY b. 24 Oct 1811 and d. 30 Nov 1891, Reedsville.

Alexander was a cooper. And, he is the one who changed the surname to KINLEY.

I have the records from the Kishacoquillas United Presbyterian Church

in Reedsville and from the cemetery there, along with the tombstone pictures.

I have a copy of his will and a couple of land transactions.

Their son, DANIEL KINLEY, b. 6 Oct 1838 in Reedsville and d. 20 Jul

1918 in Corsica, Jefferson Co., PA and m. on 9 Dec 1861 in Love's Mills,

Corsica, Jefferson, PA, d/o William and Letitia LOTT LOVE. Priscilla was b.

15 Jun 1838 in Love's Mills, Corsica Jefferson, PA and d. 13 Sep 1925,

Ridgway, Elk, PA. She lived with us for the last few years of her life.

Daniel was a 30 day soldier in the Civil War, as a Pvt. in Co. I, 8th

Regt PA Vol. Infantry. He was a farmer, and served as Tax Collector and Road

Supervisor for a no. of yrs. in Clarion Co. PA. He sold the farm at Day P.O.,

Clarion Co. and moved to Corsica about four years before he died. I have

wills, land records, newspaper articles, Civil War Pension records, obits for

both of them and death certificates. They are both buried in Pisgah Cemetery,

Corsica, Jefferson, PA. and were Presbyterians.

Since I was born and grew up in the same territory, I knew all of them

and have a lot of data (documented) for them.

Their daughter, Mary Jane KINLEY was my grandmother and she was b. 26

Dec 1866, Corsica, Jefferson, PA and d. 4 Feb 1960 in Bradford, McKean, PA

and she m. Jesse Edward Franklin SHERMAN on 5 Mar 1889 in Corsica, Jefferson,

PA at the Pisgah Presbyterian Church with Rev. Frank Britt officiating.

My real problem is finding out whether it was Daniel who immigrated or

his father who was b. c. 1755 in Ireland. There is a dispute as to which

Daniel is the immigrant ancestor.

Now, to the McMANIGLE family. That is through my father's line; his

mother was a McMANIGLE, d/o Robert. I would love to get back to who his

father is and, of course, maybe even further back. From another McManigle I

am told that his father was John McManigle and they came from Westmoreland

Co., PA. Most of those families emigrated there from Centre or Union

Counties, so I guess my work is cut out for me.





I enjoyed your online newsletter and found it very informative. I have

> been researching my family history for a number of years. My

> grandfather, Patrick Windle was born in Glenagragra, County Limerick in

> 1884. According to information that I have his father, Michael Windle

> and mother Anna Long were born in Kerry, as was his grandfather, Henry

> Windle and Bridget Culhane. The

> Windle name is not that common in Ireland, for the most part it was only

> in Limerick and Kerry. Do you know of anyone in Kerry who does family

> research who might be able to help me?


> I have information on all of my grandfather's siblings and I believe

> most of his father's siblings. It appears that at least four of my

> grandfather Patrick's, aunts and uncles (sisters and brothers of Michael)

> came to the US and died here. I do not know if there were any other

> brothers and sisters of Michael that is what I am trying to find out.

> The last sister of Michael was born in Limerick about 1855 .


> Thank You

> Marilyn






I'm very interested in your site as I'm doing a university project based on a chain migration of families from North Kerry to the district surrounding Mount St Patrick, Canada. Over 200 in all. Trying to pinpoint places of origin. Names include Kennelly, Lane, Mulvihill, Moriarty, Neville, Stack, Enright, Griffin, Hanrahan, McCarthy etc. So far just a few have been identified as being from Newtownsandes but now I've seen one of the pioneers on your web site, i.e. Martin Kennelly & Catherine Windle. Any suggestions, please? The couple came to MSP with kids (a son was named Mortimer) plus three sisters of Martin: husbands were John Hanrahan/Pat or Michael Hanrahan/ Green Martin Mulvihill. Would like to name the sisters.


Was also interested to see another local family listed in your extract from The Boston Globe: Mangan/Mulvihill.


Mount St Patrick Canada The Mountain Over 250 Kerry persons having migrated to our district I'd hog far too much space!

I just thought maybe you'd have more info on this particular Kennelly family - I 'm pretty sure they must be kids of Mortimer/Murtagh Kennelly.


About the piece in The Boston Globe: you'll be interested to know that Mary Mangan was found. She was married at the Mountain the following year.




Meanwhile, I have some of these names in my project except Daly. The problem from your point of view is that 1. We don't know the exact Kerry community of origin for all of them . Other Kennellys etc came at the same time from Glin.


Anyway, tell me what you think of these:

Martin Kennelly, son of Murtagh/Mortimer and Catherine of Newtownsandes, born c1807, came to Canada with wife Catherine Windle/Wingle; son Michael who married Bridget Madigan here; daughter Ellen who married John Holly here. Three daughters of Mortimer also came: Bridget, wife of Michael Hanrahan; Ellen, wife of John Hanrahan, and Catherine, who married "Green Martin" Mulvihill in Canada. Several children of Michael Hanrahan also came, and they married in Canada: Honora (Peter Dodge); John (Bridget Moriarty); Tim (Ellen Madigan); Pat (Catherine Sammon.)

There are still descendants of this family around here, some with different surnames. Lots of other Windles also came, from Glin.


Then we have Martin Kennelly, son of Con Kennelly/Bridget Burns, he married Mary McGrath here.


The Limerick ones were Dan Kennelly. born c1799 and his wife Mary Dunford. A number of their children also came to Canada, and other Dunfords.


The only Relihan I have is Bridget, wife of John Stack, but they were from Listowel.


We had a Bridget Maloney from Kerry who was married here in 1854 to John Bennett; I don't know who her parents were. There was a big gang of Maloneys at the Mountain but they were from Ennis in County Clare. Quite a few other people came here from Newtownsandes: names such as Mulvihill.


Where are you located?




Hi There, Thanks for sending the sites on the Kennelly Family. Where are you

located and who is your common ancestor? Mine is Daniel Kennelly, B.

12/24/1775, from County Clare and Cork before coming to America as a young

lad. Hope to hear from you, so that we can share. Thanks again.

Dorothy (Kennelly) Cote.....from Erie, Pa. USA

Thanks for the great information on Newtonsandes. Do you live in

> Ireland?



My grandfather, Hugh Goulding lived in Clounprohus, Newtonsandes. He was

> born in 1887.


> I found him in the 1901 census. He came to Chicago with a brother and

> sister in 1916 or so. His parents were Michael Goulding and Johanna

> Woulfe (her mother Bridget lived with them). I am not sure where to look

> for more information. I'd like to know if any Gouldings still live in

> the area. I'd love to know. Any idea where they'd be buried? What

> Catholic church I might write to for information on the family?


> Any help would be appreciated.

> Barbara






. I only know about those who came in a large group to Mount St Patrick, and in due course quite a few then migrated to the States when new land was opened up down there.


As far as the American visitors I mentioned, their ancestors were M. Mulvhill and Bridget McCarthy, (probably Michael or Martin) and there we are stuck. Several Mulvihill/McCarthy couples in our parish came from Newtownsandes and others from Glin but we don't know where this pair fit in.


I have completed my Kerry Chain project and have permission from the university to publish it.

However, I found so many possible connections with our West Limerick settlers that I am now looking at that subject and may publish all my findings in one book.





I don't think I'm related to anyone in Lisselton. Iam from Ballybunion, born

and raised there. In the USA 14 yrs. My Dad's family is from Listowel. My

Grandfather was the towns cobbler, which my Dad assumed. My uncle Jimmy

taught Irish Dancing in all, well most of the schools in North Kerry. It

could be possible that their is a relationship here, but I cant say.

Hope this helps you out.





I'm interested in buying a copy of the new book that's out detailing the

history of Moyvane and Knockanure.


My mother's family are from Knockanure, the O'Carrolls, schoolmasters of

Knockanure, and she'd be delighted to read about the town, which we've

visited many times.


thanks for any information you can provide,









I enjoyed your online newsletter and found it very informative. I have

been researching my family history for a number of years. My

grandfather, Patrick Windle was born in Glenagragra, County Limerick in

1884. According to information that I have his father, Michael Windle

and mother Anna Long were born in Kerry, as was his grandfather, Henry

Windle and Bridget Culhane. I have not had much success with the Kerry

Heritage Center in getting information on the Windle's in Kerry. The

Windle name is not that common in Ireland, for the most part it was only

in Limerick and Kerry. Do you know of anyone in Kerry who does family

research who might be able to help me?


I have information on all of my grandfather's siblings and I believe

most of his father's siblings. It appears that at least four of my

grandfather Patricks, aunts and uncles (sisters and brothers of Michael)

came to the US and died here. I do not know if there were any other

brothers and sisters of Michael that is what I am trying to find out.

The last sister of Michael was born in Limerick about 1855 according to

parish record information that I got from the Limerick Heritage Center.


Thank You




Morrisson Aus

Still hoping that I can receive some information with regard to MULVIHILL. Micheal and Ellen of Newtown Sandes town County Kerry Civil Parish of Murher Poor Law Union ( what does that mean ? ) Listowel. One of their children - Thomas married Johanna Scanlon in Guernsey Channel Isles and came to Australia as assissted passengers on the ' Mary Ann ' settling in Tumut New South Wales Australia. I have some details on them but would like more family history. Kind regards Anne M



Thanks for your great site. I am trying to find info on my grandmother who died in New York in 1912 when my mother was 3 yrs. Little is known other than she married my grandfather, MICHAEL GREANEY from Newcastle West, in New York City around 1907 in Resurrection R.C. Church. The only info is:

JOSEPHINE SANDES, born .c 1878-9 in Newtownsandes.

Her father may have been COL. OR CAPT. GEORGE SANDES.

Only other relatives in New York were CATHERINE SANDES d. 1920 and MARY SANDES.


I realise that the SANDES name relates to Protestant landlords, but do you know of any Catholic SANDES? Can you provide me with any source to research the SANDES family about 1878?


I've been to Ireland the last two years and may return within the next two. I've been researching my father's line (he was born in Limerick) EGAN and my mother's line GREANEY of Newcastle West and Athea.


Thanks again for your informative site and your anticipated reply.


Rosemary Egan Zimmer

Thanks, Jer, for your reply. I haven't been online much this week as I have been glued to the TV & in a state of grief. I was born & raised in New York City and most of my family lives there. By the grace of God, several of my close relatives were spared, but suffering post traumatic symptoms. My nephew who is in the elite Emergency Services Unit with the NYC Police Department was in Ireland on vacation when the madness occurred. He came home yesterday to find out many of his co-workers were missing/killed. My niece's husband works opposite the WTC and saw everything, he is suffering greatly. Forgive me my going on like this, but it is a catharsis. Back to relatives....


My grandfather, Michael J. Greaney, who was born & raised in Newcastle West, was the son of Cornelius Greaney of Athea and Johanna Flannigan of (still researching). Just last week I came across the article about Con Greaney of Athea and wondered if he is related. I still have Greaney relatives living in Newcastle West and am told by my nephew who visited last year that some relatives are in Athea. Most of my mother's Greaney relatives remained in Ireland - Dublin and Limerick mostly.


My father, John A. Egan, was born in Limerick City in 1903 in what used to be called Dixon's Lane (now Hyde Road) next to the railroad station. He was one of 13 children, 6 of whom died in childhood. He left Ireland rather quickly in 1921 during the Black & Tan times. Eventually, his parents & siblings also emigrated. His father, also named John Egan, originally came from Croagh, Co. Limerick, and his father was Thomas Egan from Ballyneety who married Mary McNamara from Liffane in Askeaton Chapel. My grandmother was Teresa Borough from Dixon's Lane. Her mother's line was Naughton/Sarsfield from Thomondgate. So you see, my relatives go way back in Limerick.


My parents are both dead, two grandparents died before I was born and the other two died when I was a child. Before my parents died (10 & 20 years ago), I did question them and got a little information, but they did not tell me much. It is only in going to Ireland and talking to other relatives that I started getting more of a picture of their lives. I have been obsessed in researching my family, but researching in Ireland isn't easy, especially when all my relatives seem to back hundreds of years.

Hi Jerry,


I am seeking information on D. H. and Ellen Minser Kennelley from Clinton

county, PA . They married 26 Feb 1887. I am especially interested in the

ancestors of Ellen Minser. Please contact me if you have these names.



S L Baker




On a Heritage Outing in West Clare to-day Paddy , a Kilkee man, now retired in Doonbeg tells me three of his ancestors, Liddane sisters from West Clare settled in North Kerry, having married three Stacks. He is not aware if the husbands were brothers or not. Paddy, who is 70, could possibly be talking of grand aunts at least. He has not got the Stacks' first names nor the townlands, so you may not find it too easy to trace the Liddane women, except by mere chance.




MarieEllen Havens


In Reply to: Maloney family tree

Yes, I have a lot of information on the Maloney's of County Clare which was prepared by an Aunt in 1920. I am hoping to connect my STEPHEN MALONEY born 1828, came to America 1844. Have been unable to connect him to all the information she had gathered for several generations back.

If you will contact me off line at, we will see if my information would be of any help to you. Marie





Still hoping that I can receive some information with regard to MULVIHILL. Micheal and Ellen of Newtown Sandes town County Kerry Civil Parish of Murher Poor Law Union ( what does that mean ? ) Listowel. One of their children - Thomas married Johanna Scanlon in Guernsey Channel Isles and came to Australia as assissted passengers on the ' Mary Ann ' settling in Tumut New South Wales Australia. I have some details on them but would like more family history. Kind regards Anne M


I'll have to take a look at my great-grandmother's picture to see if it can be copied clearly. I know she was an old woman when it was taken outside the cottage she lived in at Dromin Beesom where my cousin Cissie still lives and where my mother lived as a child for a few years when her mother died. I wrote this poem about my visit to that cottage taking a few liberties:


Mom's Irish Home


I've been to the cottage with a roof of thatch

And a trellis on which roses grow wild

On an old country road by a blackberry patch

Where my mother lived as a child.


'Twas her grandmother's house in Newcastle West

Rather modest with a greatroom and loft

But the riches I saw in the memory chest

Were of reveries silken and soft.


I divined I had lived there ages ago

My veins filled like a rill in a flood

And I swore I heard someone murmuring low,

"Sail on back on the tide of your blood."


Rosemary Egan Zimmer





I just happened to come across the family group sheet that my sister

gave me. This is what we have on the Griffins thus far:


Patrick Griffin father b. ? in Limerick d. 20 Jan 1836 buried St.

Francis Xavier cemetery, Friendsville, Pa

Ellen Griffin, b. May 1766 Limerick d. 11 Oct 1831 " "



Bridget Griffin White b.1787 Limerick d. 4 July 1851 Derwent Lake, PA

USA. also buried in family plot Friendsville\

spouse: Edward White


Mary Anne b.circa 1797 Limerick


Patrick Griffin, Jr. b. circa 1798 Limerick


Infant son


Infant son


Unnamed son








Daniel (physician and author of Gerald's autobiography) next oldest to



Gerald 9th son (that survived infancy , but 7th son in line of living

children b. 12 Dec 1803 Limerick d. 12 June 1843 Cork Ireland, Our Lady's

Our Lady's Mount. Poet, Author, Christian Brother


Anna M. b. 1805 d.1878 Limerick Irish Sisters of Charity Anna

immigrated to the US with her parents, but returned to Ireland after the

death of her parents. She entered the convent on 8 July 1838 and

was known as Sister Mary Baptist Griffin


Lucy b. 1806


Since most sources agree that there were at least 15 children. There

are still 2 more. This would make the 2 infants part of the 15. My

guess is that they were girls, since no son is mentioned after Gerald.


The Griffins arrived in Philadelphia on 24 May 1820 on the Brig "Free

Ocean". By chance I was married 160 years later to the day.


Will let you know if I figure anything else out. Let me know if this

meshes anywhere with your notes.



Hello from California!


Wow! The Griffin ancestors must be pulling some strings from above! My sister and I have been looking into this line since we started going through my father's papers, shortly after he passed away. They actually belonged to my Great Aunt Hortense J. White. He was busy working in Honolulu at the time and had to rush over to Los Angeles to clear out her apartment when she could no longer live on her own. At first we were disappointed because he only saved papers. Now that we have found out what they are, we are very grateful, that he had the presence of mind to do so.


Recently, we have been able to hook up with 3 other Griffin researches. One is here in California, one on the east coast in the Carolinas and the other in Notingham, England. We are trying to get something together where we share all information and perhaps accomplish more.


As for my situation, I have some of our papers and my sister has the others. I live in Northern California and she lives in the southern part of the state. We have an elderly mother that we both take care of, that lives up here, so she comes up about once a month. We also send things back and forth via email, of course. She is also on her way to visit both her daughter in Spain and then go to Ohio to help her son, daughter-in-law and new grandchild move into a house. She is able to do this with little expense, because her husband is a captain with a major airline. She has the info on the White aunts that entered ordered. I believe that nearly all of the girls that immigrated to American in the 1820's became nuns. One was fairly famous at the time for writing the first textbooks used in the US parochial schools. I have a copy of one of them about Mythology, published in 1876. It was written by C. A. White. I think she was a Catherine.



I don't remember if I told you the exact connection that I have with the Griffins, so excuse me if I repeat. My great x 3 grandmother was Brigid (Bridget) Griffin White, Gerald's sister. She immigrated with her husband to Friendsville, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, about 3 years after her father and mother did, about 1823. (There is a website, by the way, for the little church the family founded there, let me know if you'd like the site).


Brigid's son, my grx2 grandfather was William Francis White. He married Frances (Fanny) Russell, also born in Ireland. She was an orphaned as a baby and adopted by her much older cousin, Stephen Russell Mallory. He was a US Senator from Florida and became Confederate Secretary of the Navy (Ironclads--CSS Virginia (Merrimack) vs the Monitor) during the Civil War. He raised Fanny in Key West, FL and Wm evidently discovered her on a business trip to the area. He married her in 1849 in Savannah, Georgia, and then headed for New York harbor (after gathering supplies) and headed off to be a merchant in the California Gold Rush. They settled in San Francisco for about 3 years and made enough money to buy a fairly large piece of property in Watsonville, Santa Cruz County and founded the church there, as well as the first frame house in the county (shipped as a "kit house" from Boston, said to be of Maine timber). The house still stands, in the middle of a huge strawberry field. It was obviously built by New Englanders who knew how to build both houses and ships.


Fanny and William's son was Stephen Mallory White, my great grandfather. He was the first native born Californian to serve in the US Senate. His major accomplishment, career-wise was fighting the Railroad tycoon, Colis Huntington and placing Los Angeles Harbor where it is today. He has a statue there and fairly recently, one of the new state-of-the-art pilot boats was named after him and Christened by my son, a great thrill for him. SM White married Hortense Sacriste (1/2 French, the other half O"Neill or O'Neal) and their son was my grandfather, William Stephen White. My dad was Stephen William Nolting White. My son is John Stephen, so you can see we've kept the name of the man who graciously took in my gg grandmother years ago.


It is said that the money from the sale of Gerald's Collegians was sent to PA to help start the family on their way here, so you can see why we hold a great debt to his generosity.


The man that I mentioned before in Nottingham thinks his connection is Daniel, Gerald's brother who wrote the bio of him. He has an inscribed book, passed down through the generations stating so. The one in California is looking for an elusive "Honora" Griffin. In his search, he has found out more about MY family than his so far, even a connection in Ireland, where someone there was wondering what happened to our branch of the family and found the Catholic Encyclopedia article, but not us. My dad was trying to do the reverse. He brought us to Ireland in 1968, but we were only able to stay a short while and the only connection we were able to find was Gerald Griffin St. in Limerick.





As for me, I ended up more than 1/2 Irish, the rest being English (my mom's family left England with nearly the first colonists about 1640 for Jamestown, VA, the first permanent English settlement here. Oddly enough, they left for Religious and Political reasons as well, as they were Quakers. I also have a small amount of French and German as well. The interesting mix is my son, who is half Italian .


No, I don't know anything about the Manley's of California. How are they related and what do you know about them so far? Supposedly, more Griffins made it to California than I released. Some are supposedly buried in the closest Mission Cemetery at San Juan Bautista. I just found this out and have not had the time to drive down there and check it out. It's only about a half an hour or so from here, so I plan to pop down there as soon as I have the chance to see what I can find. We did have mention of it in the family letters, but didn't know that they stayed in California and were buried so close. I have been to the mission more than a few time and wasn't aware of it. I always take visitors there because it is right on the San Andreas earthquake fault and is quite impressive, especially for those not used to earthquakes.


Let me know what, if anything you do know about the Manleys and I will attempt to see if I can add anything to it.


I don't know if the talent is inherited or not, but my son seems to be a natural at poetry. He's even been able to write poems for his French class. They just pop out without much effort at all. I was never good at it, so it has me baffled. My grandfather's brother, Gerald Griffin White, also seemed to have quite a talent. We have found stacks of his that were evidently read on major San Francisco and Los Angeles radio stations in the 1930's.


Must go. I have to pack early for the trip so that my nephew can spend the week with us when he comes. He's the same age as my son and the cousins only get to see each other once a year. My son is an only child, so they are like brothers.


Nice hearing from you. I really enjoyed your website, by the way. We are trying to get one up at this end. My son knows how to design them but we are in the process of upgrading our system. My husband is a systems operator for the county. We live in Silicon Valley, by the way, which explains why we even have a system at all. I'm aiming for an iBook, so that I can go off into my corner and not be disturbed while I'm doing my genealogy. The word I dread from the office is "OOPS!" The two are constantly upgrading everything and occasionally there's a BIG mistake. Of course they always blame it on the machine.


Thanks for getting in touch!














I'm taking a "shot in the dark" here, but would you know who I might

contact to try to do some genealogy research on the Mulvihill's born in

Newtownsandes in circa 1827?


thanks for any help you can lend!


Chris Robertson





Flavin Family


Yeah I got your email response. I don't know anything personal about my

Stack Lawlor cousins. All I know is that when all the families eventually

immigrated to the US and ended up in Delaware Ohio area, they stayed fairly

close together. They bunch (Flahavan/Flavin, Costello, Hanrahan, Stack,

Lawlor, O'Connor) were all living in the same vicintity and attending each

others funerals as the years went by.

I would love to be put in contact with the Costello family that you know

from Tullabeg--especially since the baptismal records at St. Johns, say that

my Costello were definitely from there. Please can you help me reach them

and are they willing to speak with me? are they interested in the genealogy

of our family?

You mentioned the Flavin family in Moyvane--can you pass my address to them

also? You are a great help. Thank you. Please let me know that you get

this email I have copied your response to me , below to help remind you.

Again thanks Jer, hope to hear from you soon



Kate Flavin was a great faction fighter supporter and may have been a bit of a

Poetess c1830.

Busy at this time keep reminding me and I will get back to you.









I enjoyed your online newsletter and found it very informative. I have

been researching my family history for a number of years. My

grandfather, Patrick Windle was born in Glenagragra, County Limerick in

1884. According to information that I have his father, Michael Windle

and mother Anna Long were born in Kerry, as was his grandfather, Henry

Windle and Bridget Culhane. I have not had much success with the Kerry

Heritage Center in getting information on the Windle's in Kerry. The

Windle name is not that common in Ireland, for the most part it was only

in Limerick and Kerry. Do you know of anyone in Kerry who does family

research who might be able to help me?


I have information on all of my grandfather's siblings and I believe

most of his father's siblings. It appears that at least four of my

grandfather Patrick's, aunts and uncles (sisters and brothers of Michael)

came to the US and died here. I do not know if there were any other

brothers and sisters of Michael that is what I am trying to find out.

The last sister of Michael was born in Limerick about 1855 according to

parish record information that I got from the Limerick Heritage Centre.


Thank You

Marilyn Fannon



Patt Family

Got your address from my cousin Susan Patt Spencer. I thought I'd contact you to see if you can shed any more information on the PATT clan from Kerry. The following is what I have so far:( I pasted this info from other messages)



I have located John PATT (B.1804 D.1874) who married Ellen FITZGERALD

(B.1802 D. 1872) in Kerry, Ireland, possibly in Letter or Littor or



> I also found that their son, Thomas, (B Dec. 22, 1841, D. ??), married

Mary KEANE (B.1846, D.5/25/1888); parents John Kane and Johanna Long) in Ballylongford

on Jan.22, 1871. John and Ellen also had a daughter Bridget born July 25, 1835, who

cared for Tom's youngest daughter Honoria when Tom's wife, Mary died in



Thomas and Mary had NINE CHILDREN, five sons and four daughters:


John-B. Mar. 2, 1873,D. Jun 6, 1935-accident in Canada;

Michael (My GF)-B. Sep. 17, 1874;D.Apr. 9, 1964,

Thomas-B. Mar. 31, 1876, D.??;

Richard-B. Jan. 14, 1878, D-??

Martin-B. Nov. 11, 1880, D. Aug 17, 1947.


The daughters were Catherine-B.8/25/1881, D.??;

Ellen-B.5/26/1883, D.??;

Mary- B.7/29/1885, D. ??;

Honoria-B. 4/2/1888, D.1973. Honoria married a Stephen Denihan in Kerry. I have found their descendants in the States.


John, Michael and Martin emigrated to the USA through Canada in approximately 1895. During their trip across "The Pond", the brothers decided to alter their surname from PATT to PATWELL for John and Martin and to PATTWELL for Michael. The reason: "Irish need not apply"


John, a.k.a. "Jack" PATT stayed on in Montreal and married Agnes O'Neill (B.???,D.Jan. 1, 1939)in St Anne's RC Church on Feb. 4, 1896.

They had SIX children- 3 sons and 3 daughters:


Mary-(B.Sep. 13, 1896, M. Jan. 15, 1926 to Peter CATALDO, D. Mar. 5,1963)

Alice-(B.??, M- to Peter CORDASCO in ??, D-??),

Thomas-(B-??,Married-to Lillian JONES in ??, D.-??),

TWINS- Gerald- (B. ?? D. -??, never married) and

Leo-(B.-??, Married to Ann THOMAS in ??, D.??)

Veronica - BMD-??)


Michael and Martin moved down to New York City and raised their

families. I have established contact with the children of the brothers who

emigrated to the U.S.A. and Canada and together we are looking for the

missing BMD information and the information on the family of John PATT and

Ellen FITZGERALD and their descendants and /or ancestors.


My goal is to determine how many other children were born to John and Ellen,

then follow those persons through. I am trying to establish connections to

the Tarbert, Tipperary and Cork Pattwells.


I hope that someone can advise me how to possibly find the ship the

brothers came across on and to find the town in which John and Ellen were

married and who their other children may have been. I have written and

received some information from the Ballylongford priest; I went through many

ship lists on the ISTG databases, I received some information from St Anne's

in Montreal, the National Registers in Dublin and from some search

companies. I still have some feelers out BUT I WOULD BE SO GRATEFUL for some

additional information. I hope someone can advise. Thank you, take care .




Brief History of the Diocese of Limerick, which was printed in the service booklet for the installation of Bishop Donal Murray in March 1996.


Though the shadowy figure of the seventh century St. Munchin is its patron, the Diocese of Limerick actually dates from the twelfth century when its boundaries were laid down at the Synod of Ráth Bressail. It is unlikely that any diocesan structure had existed prior to that time and the local bishops would have been members of the monastic communities in the area. While they would have had some prestige deriving from their office, it was the abbots who held power and were the administrators of the church system. The Vikings were primarily responsible for the establishment of a diocesan system in Ireland and the city of Limerick played a leading role in that development through the work of its first bishop, Gilbert. He was initially consecrated as a bishop for the city and subsequently took charge of the diocese when it was formed in the year 1111.

One of the most remarkable figures of our diocese is that its boundaries have not changed significantly since that time and were in turn based on an older territorial division, a Munster sub-kingdom ruled by the Ui Fidgente kings. On his death in 1145 Gilbert was succeeded by Bishop Patrick, who probably took his name at his consecration and may have been of Viking ancestry, as indeed Gilbert probably was. The next bishop, of whom we have record, is Brictius. He took part in the Synod of Cashel in 1172 and also represented Limerick at the third Lateran council in 1179. It is of interest that he travelled to Rome with St. Laurence O'Toole, the first canonised Irish saint.

The _HYPERLINK "bla-boo.htm"__Black Book of Limerick_, a manuscript transcription of various medieval documents relating to the diocese, provides valuable information for that period. In 1201 and enquiry was held into the ecclesiastical property of the diocese. The jury who conducted this survey was made up equally of Irish, Norman and Viking members indicating the cosmopolitan nature of the diocese at that time. This invaluable list of early thirteenth century churches is printed and discussed in _HYPERLINK "beg-his.htm"__Begley's history of the diocese_. In a taxation return for 1302 we learn for the first time that the diocese had been divided into deaneries and a proxy tax of 1418 gives another list of churches which affords a valuable comparison with the situation in 1201. It is to _HYPERLINK "ode-cor.htm"__Cornelius O'Dea_, bishop from 1400 to 1426, that we are indebted fort he two great treasures of the diocese, the _HYPERLINK "ode-mit.htm"__O'Dea Mitre_ and _HYPERLINK "ode-cro.htm"__Crozier_. He was also responsible for the compilation of the Black Book, which was returned to its rightful home in the diocese during the recent episcopate of the late _HYPERLINK "new-jer.htm"__Bishop Newman_. At the reformation Bishop John Quin, a Dominican priest from Kilmallock friary, accepted the limited changes of King Henry VIII, as his successor Bishop William Casey did the Lutheran system of Edward VI. Following the restoration of papal links under Queen Mary, Casey was dismissed and Hugh Lacy, a member of the prominent County limerick Anglo Norman family was appointed. He remained in office until 1571 when he was removed by Queen Elizabeth and William Casey was restored as the new Anglican Bishop. It is from this date that the final cleavage occurred and henceforth there were to be separate bishops for the Catholic and Anglican dioceses. Bishop Lacy died in 1580 and two years later the Holy See appointed Cornelius O'Boyle as bishop. He was then in Spain, where he appears to have remained until his death in 1597.

Limerick was without a bishop for a further twenty years until _HYPERLINK "art-cha.htm"__Richard Arthur_, who had been vicar general, was appointed. On his death in 1646 he was buried in Sr. Mary's Cathedral which had come into catholic hands during the Confederate wars of the 1640's. His successor, Dr. Edmund O'Dwyer, undertook a re-organisation of the diocese and his report of Rome in 1649 gives a valuable insight into the situation at that time. He survived the siege of the city by Ireton in 1650 and after the surrender escaped to Brussels where he died in 1654. The difficult period of the Cromwellian regime was succeeded by a more tolerant approach after the restoration of Charles II. In 1677 a new bishop, Dr. James Dowley was appointed. Two years later he sent an optimistic report to Rome on the state of the diocese. Education was flourishing with schools in every parish and a weekly sermon on Sundays. He established two confraternity in the city and visited each parish in the diocese and ordained priests regularly. Even during the brief persecution occasioned by the Popish plot scare he was not hindered in his episcopate and lived until 1658 which saw the catholic monarch James II ascend the throne. Dr. John O'Moloney was transferred from the see of Killaloe to Limerick in 1689 but he left for the continent before the 1690 siege and the administration of the diocese was, during the tumultuous period of the sieges and the treaty of 1691, in the hands of his cousin, Dr. Matthew Moloney and Dr. James Stritch, vicars general. The diocese was again without a bishop during the early years of the eighteenth century when much anti-Catholic legislation was passed by the Irish parliament. A new bishop, Dr. Cornelius O'Keeffe, was eventually appointed in 1720 and he managed to administer the diocese successfully despite the legal restrictions. In the 1780's, during the episcopate of Dr. Conway, a report to Rome on the state of the diocese shows that the church did not suffer as severely under the penal legislation as is often supposed. The diocese was divided into four decantes each presided over by a vicar forane who held a conference of his priests once a month. The forty parishes of the diocese each had a chapel with at least basic facilities and there was no shortage of priests. The mass rocks of popular folklore were clearly not the normal location for the Mass.

The chapels in the five city parishes were larger and more ornate. There were no convents of nuns and the report notes with concern the refusal of some clerical students to return to the diocese after their ordination at continental colleges. In 1825 Dr. John Ryan from Tipperary, was appointed coadjutor bishop with the right of succession to the elderly and infirm Bishop Charles Tuohy. The grant of Catholic emancipation in 1829 revitalised the church in the diocese and during the long episcopate of Bishop Ryan and those of his successors, bishops Butler and O'Dwyer, there were major programmes of church building, parish reorganisation, liturgical innovation and spiritual renewal. Their record of achievement and commitment to the diocese has been continued and expanded by their twentieth century successors-in our own time, by bishops Murphy and Newman-in the see established by Gilbert more than eight centuries ago. Thanks to Fr. John Leonard for this above.





14th April 1842

McLaughlin, Father Peter
Cleveland, Ohio

to Bishop John Baptist Purcell
of Cincinnati, Ohio

Thanks Purcell for his letter of the 7th, and promises to do what ever Purcell wishes. Expects to have about 50 for confirmation including those from Vermillion, Carlisle, Painsville, Cuyahoga Falls. However he must know the exact day of Purcell's visit because those living away from Cleveland lack means of conveyance. Suggests that Purcell and Father (Martin) Henni, the Vicar General stay a week at his house on Water Street. Wants Purcell to decide whether it is easier to go to Detroit or to Father DeGoesbriand's for the oils etc. Speaks of the fervor of the congregation at Avon, and of the laxity of the men at Vermillion Furnace. He will be in Liverpool on the 25th. The Germans in Cleveland are happy because they made their Easter duty. Speaks of the affair with Mrs. Golden. The bill as presented is for $1000. His lawyers Boten and Kelly have conferred with him and he has agreed to pay her $416. She has presented to them bills for other sundries about which McLaughlin asks Purcell what to do.
P.S. His congregation is all day laborers, even the boys and girls. They could pay their debts until they received this Golden one. Mr. Golden had agreed not to trouble them.

II-4-h A.L.S. 4pp. 8vo.



I am seeking information on D. H. and Ellen Minser Kennelley from Clinton

county, PA . They married 26 Feb 1887. I am especially interested in the

ancestors of Ellen Minser. Please contact me if you have these names.



S L Baker


My Kennelly's lived in Rochester, Monroe Co. Ny in the 1870's. They came to this country from Ireland, possibly Limerick abt 1864.



----- Original Message -----

From: Jer Kennelly


Sent: Saturday, February 03, 2001 8:05 AM


From Jack Kennelly


Subject: KennellyI'm not aware of any. However, my understanding is that my family originated in Kerry. I think my great-grandmother came to the U.S. from Kerry. JK


>>> "Jer Kennelly" <> 02/04/01 12:33PM >>>


Any relations in Co Kerry

JeJer -


Thanks for the info. You mentioned that you had more on Local

History. Is that on your site? If so, I didn't get the

connection, even though I've visited every page.


Speaking of visiting - my sister and I went to Knockanure 4

years ago. We hired P.J. Broderick in Listowel to take us

to the Slate House, and to the Valley of Knockanure, as well

as a churchyard full of Kennellys. We didn't make it to

what had been Dromlought, to our regret. I had a copy of

my grandfather's birth certificate, but hadn't at that time

found out where Dromlought had been (on the Ballybunion Road,

we were told) or we would have sought out the cemetery.


Others of my ggmother's family included:


Patrick Barry nephew

Tullamore, Ballybunion

County Kerry, Eire


Michael Barry nephew

Urlee, Liselton

County Kerry, Eire


Nora Walsh

Farranastack, Liselton

County Kerry, Eire


Heirs of Kittie Dowling, niece, deceased

"Ardaagrieve" Ballymacelligott, Tralee

County Kerry, Eire


Minnie Murphy niece

Dromerin, Listowel

County Kerry, Eire


These were names from the will of an older Patrick Barry,

my ggm's brother. I wish I could find out if these people

are still there, still living!


Are you in the USA or Ireland? Just curious.


Marie Brewer


Jer -


Thanks for the info. You mentioned that you had more on Local

History. Is that on your site? If so, I didn't get the

connection, even though I've visited every page.


Speaking of visiting - my sister and I went to Knockanure 4

years ago. We hired P.J. Broderick in Listowel to take us

to the Slate House, and to the Valley of Knockanure, as well

as a churchyard full of Kennellys. We didn't make it to

what had been Dromlought, to our regret. I had a copy of

my grandfather's birth certificate, but hadn't at that time

found out where Dromlought had been (on the Ballybunion Road,

we were told) or we would have sought out the cemetery.


Others of my ggmother's family included:


Patrick Barry nephew

Tullamore, Ballybunion

County Kerry, Eire


Michael Barry nephew

Urlee, Liselton

County Kerry, Eire


Nora Walsh

Farranastack, Liselton

County Kerry, Eire


Heirs of Kittie Dowling, niece, deceased

"Ardaagrieve" Ballymacelligott, Tralee

County Kerry, Eire


Minnie Murphy niece

Dromerin, Listowel

County Kerry, Eire


These were names from the will of an older Patrick Barry,

my ggm's brother. I wish I could find out if these people

are still there, still living!


Are you in the USA or Ireland? Just curious.


Marie Brewer Bob and Maria


r KennellyHello




Our lot live in New Zealand, originally from Ballyduff, Waterford.




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I didn't find anything relative to my research on your site, but that may be because I'm so ignorant of my forebears. I know they were from the district of Ballyduff, registrar's district of Listowel, according to my grandfather James Joseph Kennelly's birth certificate (10/19/1883). I keep hoping that someone will see my queries and recognize info that fits with something they know.





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Sorry I can't help with your Kennellys - mine are Shanagolden area, co



Best regards,


KateI'm seeking info on James Kennelly of County Kerry, Listowel area. He

married Catherine Barry, and left Ireland for Philadelphia, PA about 1886

with at least one child, my grandfather, James Joseph Kennelly, born October

19, 1883 in the parish of Dromlought, no longer in existence.


Any leads would be greatly appreciated.



Marie Brewer

Seattle, W


Hi Jer, 11-1-01

Great to correspond with you. I was originally put in contact with John through Adrian Kennelly in Australia and then John gave me your father's address. Looking forward to my trip in July.




Jer Kennelly wrote:




Thanks for the tip. Are you related to Dr. John Kennelly at the University of Alberta and Patrick Jeremiah Kennelly of Gortdromagowna, Moyvane whom I had some correspondence with in early 1999? I will be in Ireland in late July - two or three of my cousins and I are getting together in Bunratty, Co. Clare, to do some research.


Jer Kennelly wrote:


Hi GregTry ancestry .com . For Tom Kennelly born 1812 Michael born 1811 Limerick son of John and Hanora Fitzgeraldalso try the Cash family for more limerick Kennelly names . Some were transported to Australia early 1800.all Kennelly history welcome.Jer Kennelly


7-1-01 Peggy Kembel.

I got a message from you saying to contact you about knockanure. Can

you tell me more?


Peggy Stack Kimbell


Morrison Aus Scanlon + Mulvihill.

Hello Jer and thanks for the info. The Kennelly you mention is that a different or correct spelling of the Ellen Connell / Connolly / who married a Mulvihill we are looking for ? Do you know of a web site for the Catholic church in Guernsey ( i.e. similar to the page I found re. Newtonsandes ) I have a scanner but haven't had any success at the moment using same. The name we are looking for initially is MULVIHILL, but any info you send is greatly appreciated. With thanks Anne M




Writing book

Hi, Thanks for your e-mail. I tried to get to the Web and did for awhile,

but soon the notice came on that it was lost and not responding. Will try

again. What info or questions, etc. do you have? Would love to hear from you.

Dee Dupuis (DeLores Lyle-Lance Dupuis). My grandmother, Mary Jane, was a

Kinley. My gggrandfather, Alexander had the name legally changed from

Kennelley to Kinley (in Centre Co., PA). I have much data but want to fill in

some holes and add some human interest to the book.

On my father's side I have almost all Irish: Lyle, McManigle, Steele,

then a bit of Scottish, Graham. Need more info on the early Lyle family and

to which Lyle we tie into.

Again, thanks,


Still hoping that I can receive some information with regard to MULVIHILL. Micheal and Ellen of Newtown Sandes town County Kerry Civil Parish of Murher Poor Law Union ( what does that mean ? ) Listowel. One of their children - Thomas married Johanna Scanlon in Guernsey Channel Isles and came to Australia as assissted passengers on the ' Mary Ann ' settling in Tumut New South Wales Australia. I have some details on them but would like more family history. Kind regards Anne

Dee Dupuis



Ken Wales

Thanks for the reply. Irene Cash of is my cousin's daughter.

I have gotten as far back as that Wm Kennelly and am trying to find where

they lived in Wales and their parents. All I know is they came from South


Happy hunting for your family.

Dale Kennelly

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To: msdale <>

Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2001 11:15 AM

Subject: Re: Kennellys in Wales



> Newtownsandes ON-LINE,

> Try a site I found


> I found William Kennelly born 1855 Wales, Elizabeth Long, born 1855 wales.

> Hope it is of some help. E-mail for Kennellys of Limerick

> and Liverpool.


Jer Kennelly

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Message #15 Sunday, May 21, 2000

Subject: Names Handed Down


Posted by: Jo Kennelly NZ of NTS

Message: Maire


Christoper/Christina is a name that appears regularly in our family - my great great grandfather was Andrew, but from there on it goes:

Great grandfather = Christoper L'Estrange;

Grandmother = Christina L'Estrange/her brother was Christopher;

My Father = Christoper Charles Kennelly

My Brother = M. Christopher Kennelly


Jo Kennelly


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Message #57 Tuesday, August 15, 2000

Subject: Kennelly in Australia


Posted by: vikki kennelly

Message: I'm looking for my Great Great Grandfather Jerimiah Kennaly who immigrated to Tasmania, Australia from London in 1842 with his wife Sarah and two of their children Sarah Ann born/baptised 1837 and John Jerimiah born/baptised 1841. Jerimiah died at the age of 45 on 6 April 1864. My great Grandfather Edwin Arthur somehow changed the name from Kennaly to Kennelly.

I would really love to find out where my ancestors came from but I can't find any more info before 1836. If anyone can help with any info that would be great.


I have info from 1836 onwards in Australia and I am happy to share this with anyone that is interested


Vikki Kennelly


Message #55 Monday, August 14, 2000

Subject: Kennellys in Co Limerick


Posted by: Sharon Swanson

Message: Thank you very much! Do your records show any other births/christenings for this family? A marriage for John Kennelly and Johanna Connor or O'Connor? How did you obtain these records? I have not yet attempted any research in Ireland. Please feel free to email me at if you would like. Thanks again! Sharon









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Posted by: John KENNELLY

Message: My great-grandfather, Jeremiah KENNELLY died in Chicago on 08MAY1891. His death certificate states that he was born "in Ireland". No parents names are given. He married Margarett CARROLL, who died in Chicago on 20FEB1930. Her death certificate states that she was born "in Vermont". I have been trying for over 30 years to "find" Jeremiah. Can anyone help?



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Message #4 Monday, July 26, 1999

Subject: Cornelius Kennelly


Posted by: RC

Message: I looking for information on a Cornelius Kennelly born County KerrY Ireland in early 1800's. His daughter Hanora is my ggrandmother (married Buckley). Also had daughter Johanna (married O'Shea). Wife's maiden possibly Hayes.



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Message #4 Monday, July 26, 1999

Subject: Cornelius Kennelly


Posted by: RC

Message: I looking for information on a Cornelius Kennelly born County KerrY Ireland in early 1800's. His daughter Hanora is my ggrandmother (married Buckley). Also had daughter Johanna (married O'Shea). Wife's maiden possibly Hayes.


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Message #32 Saturday, April 08, 2000

Subject: John Kennelly (abt 1846)


Posted by: Jo Kennelly

Message: I am looking for information on my paternal greatfather - John Kennelly who was born in Co. Kerry abt 1846 or 1847. (Possibly born in Newtonsandes -now known as Moyvanne)


He arrived in New Zealand abt 1874-76 and was married at Greymouth, New Zealand, in 1880 to a Phoebe Johanna Smith, who arrived from Australia in 1877.


Virtually nothing is known of John life before he settled in New Zealand - his death certificate describes his father as being John Folan Kennelly, a hospital attendant and his mother as Bridget Kennelly (maiden name unknown). Enquires made of the Parish Priest at Moyvane disclosed that a John Kennelly married a Bridget Kirby in Moyvane (yr unknown) and they had seven children between 1842 and 1857. None was called John. This was the only record held at the time between a John Kennelly and a Bridget or Brigid at the relevant time. (We don't think this is our John)


There is some question mark over whether the details on John's death certifcate were correct. He may have been the son of Thomas and Hannah Kennelly (nee Forin) - Co. unknown.


John's death certificate indicates that he resided in New Zealand for 40 years. John would have been about 27 yrs at the time of his arrival. It is possible that he came to NZ via Australia, Canada or the USA.


John's oldest son was a Michael Thomas, but registered as Thomas, and his second son was John.


Look forward to hearing from anyone who might be able to help me with information on John or his parents - either John Folan Kennelly and Bridget Kennelly or Thomas and Hannah Kennelly (nee Forin)... Or, from anyone who might have useful tips on where to look next.


Jo Kennelly

New Zealand




John's oldest son was Patrick George


Message #25 Monday, March 06, 2000

Subject: Kennellys of Co.Limerick


Posted by: helen smith

Message: Looking for descendants of Johanna Kennelly who married a Patrick Hennessy in N.Y. late 1800's, also anyone with relatives born 1800's in Co.Limerick please contact me.


Message #17 Wednesday, February 09, 2000

Subject: Kennelly Kin of GA, IA, SD and MN


Posted by: Judy Emry

Message: I am searching for the descendants of Timothy Kennelly (1797-1870+) born in Ireland possibly in CO Mayo. He married Catherine O'Connor in Kerry CO, Ireland and removed to Bulloch CO GA about 1832-1858. They migrated with families to Decorah,Winnesheik, IA and lived in Burr Oak and Decorah until his death in 1870+. His issue migrated to Emery, SD from 1885-1895 then on to Albert Lea, Freeborn, MN. Related families are Enright, Doran, Hennessey, Shawnassie, McCabe, Ryan, Donovan and more. I have quite alot to share if interested.


1 Wednesday, May 26, 1999

Subject: Kennelly Family in Philadelphia


Posted by: Betty

Message: I am seeking information on the Cornelius Kennelly who was born in Ireland in 1834. Cornelius at the time of his death was Superintendant at Holy Cross Cementary, Yeadon, PA in 1905. During the 1870's there was a Thomas Kennelly, undertaker, located in what is now considered center city. Are these two connected in any



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Message #33 Sunday, December 05, 1999

Subject: Martin,Wm.P and Daniel Herbert - NY 1890''s


Posted by: Judy Herbert

Message: I am really stuck!

My grandfather, William Paul Herbert was born in NYC in 1892.

He had a brother Daniel, who worked for the fire dept. in either Brooklyn or the Bronx.

Their parents were Martin Herbert and Elizabeth Kennelly, of NYC. Probably born about 1870.

Both parents were out of the picture for some reason, when the boys were both young, and they were raised by aunts on their mother's side.

Daniel had no children, as far as I know.

William P. had a son, William Stephen (my dad) and a daughter Alice Elizabeth.

As you can see, this line dead ends for me. If you have any information, I would be very grateful. Thank you.




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Subject: Rachel Ervine


Posted by: Darlene

Message: Looking for info on the parents of my GGGGrandmother, Rachel Ervine Kennelly, b. 1835 in NJ. Her parents names were Peter Ervine and Maria Van Orden, but I need all other info. on them. TIA


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Message #37 Monday, July 03, 2000

Subject: Mulvihill


Posted by: Steven Cole

Message: Hello,


I've been trying to do some research on my

Mulvihill line for some time now. This is

basically all that I know right now. Can

you let me know what you think of what I have

so far.




Steven Cole


Descendants of Jeremiah Mulvihill


1 Jeremiah Mulvihill b: Abt. 1789 in Ireland d: 1861 in Kaladar Twp, Ontario

2 Patrick Mulvihill b: 1822 in County Kerry, Ireland d: 1890 in Flinton, Kaladar, L&A Co., Ontario

.... +Ann Conroy b: 1834 in County Louth, Ireland d: 1915 in Fliton, Kaladar Twp, L&A Co., Ontario

... 3 Catherine Mulvihill b: October 1853 in New York d: November 01, 1918 in Astoria, Clatsop Co., Oregon

....... +Orlando Alzona Cole b: August 24, 1852 in Fredericksburgh, L&A, Ontario, Canada d: January 23, 1935 in Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Oregon

... 3 Mary Ann Mulvihill b: May 04, 1854 in Picton, PE, Ontario d: January 07, 1922 in Stratton, Morely Twp., Rainy River Dist., Ontario

....... +Thomas Armstrong b: February 14, 1845 in Queen's Co., Ireland d: September 20, 1918 in Stratton, Morely Twp., Rainy River Dist., Ontario

... 3 John Mulvihill b: 1858

....... +Bridget Hunt b: Abt. 1868

... 3 Margaret Mulvihill b: 1859 in Prince Edward County

....... +Edward Nolan b: 1862 in Elzevir Twp

... 3 Julia Mulvihill b: 1861 d: September 26, 1883 in Flinton, L&A Co., Ontario

... 3 Jeremiah Mulvihill b: 1865 d: August 26, 1907 in Rainy River Dist., Ontario

... 3 James Mulvihill b: 1868

... 3 Edward Mulvihill b: 1869

... 3 Anastasia Mulvihill b: 1875 in Kaladar Twp, Ontario

....... +John McCauslin b: 1875 in Barrie Twp

2 Ellen Mulvihill b: 1813

.... +Jeremiah Kennelly

... 3 Eliza Kennelly b: 1862

....... +George Flanagan b: 1860 in Sheffield Twp



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Subject: adam windle please contract


Posted by: paddy windle

Message: My ggrandfather John Windle born in lreland

near or at Loghil county Limerick 1813.

he immigrated to Canada in 1848. looking

for his parent's or any relation of his.

there were 4 Windle's that settled in the

Ottawa valley near Renfrew Ont. I have the

parent's of Elizabeth Windle who married

John Dillon in Canada her parent's were

James Windle& Maraget Kennelly. these Windle's all were within a 2 miles radius.

I am trying to prove the three men & Elizabeth were brother's & sister they all

born in Ireland & all came to Canada in the




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Subject: Mary Ann(e) Casey, Co. Kerry, Ireland


Posted by: G. Kennelly

Message: I am hoping to find some information concerning my Grandmother, Mary Ann Casey, b. 1-oct-1882 or 13-oct-1884 in Castleisland. She married Daniel Kennelly, of Ballybunion, Co. Kerry. Any help is greatly appreciated!















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Subject: Haberacker


Posted by: dorothy cote

Message: Hi Dayle, I would love to know why this John Haberacker was at the wedding you speak of & where he was from. My 1st one in my family tree is Johaan Haberacker who came to the Colonies in 1727 and settled in Alsace, a little East of Reading, Pa. He had a son Johan, who had a son John that m. Elizabeth Rapp. Their daughter Sarah b. 1815 m. 1834, James Kennelly, in the Unreformed Lutheran Church. They lived in Gregg Twp. Penns Valley, Centre Co. Pa, Later moving to Mill Hall, Bald Eagle Twp. Clinton Co. Pa. & raised 8 children. James & Sarah were my g.g.grandparents. Do any of these names or places ring a bell? If not, I have a few other names that might. Would like to know the names of those that were married also those that attended the wedding. Dottie








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Madeline Cook, 80, of 477 Chicora Road, died, 5:20 p.m. Friday at

Butler Memorial Hospital.


Born July 1, 1919, in Braddock, Pittsburgh, she was the daughter of

Michael and Mary (Barry) Kennelly.


She was a member of St. Wendelin Roman Catholic Church in

Carbon Center.


She is survived by her husband, Francis Cook, whom she married

Oct. 22, 1941; one son, John Cook of Butler; two granddaughters; a

twin sister, Mrs. Howard (Kathleen) Truxell of Hudson, Fla., and

several nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by two sisters and one brother.


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KENNELLY John circa 1800 Kilcolman Limerick Ireland Married Mary Connors. Daughter Johanna emigrated to Aust 1854 and married John Dwyer BRIDGMAN also from Limerick





Connors from Ballybunion, Co. Kerry

Posted by: Laura O'Connor Date: January 11, 1999 at 12:13:46

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Michael Connors left Ireland in 1870 for NYC.

His wife, Ellen (Hartney) Connors followed the following year with two small children, Mary & Patrick.

A report from the Killarny Family History Center tells me Michael's parent were:

Patrick Connors & Johanna Kennelly.

Michael was one of six chidren born to them.

Place names connected to them are:

Ballyeagh, Doon, Ballylongford, Ballyduff, & Ballyconry.

His siblings were:

Sara (b. 8Nov1833), Margaret (b. 16Jan1836), John (b. 28Feb1838), Michael (b. 12Sep1840), Mary (b.5Oct1843), Honora (b. 27Aug1848)

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Posted by: Wayne Hannay Date: April 17, 1999 at 11:08:47

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James KENEALY (KENNELLY) was born and educated in Dublin Ireland. He was a Lawer and a Judge. Apparently he immigrated to America 1850 - 1870. Believed to have resided in either Erin or Hartford, Wisconsin. He married (unknown) FLYN.

They had at least one child:

William KENEALY born c 1850.

Willam (c1850) married Catherine MANNING

c 1870.

children: Ellen KENEALY


Catherine KENEALY

Elizabeth KENEALY



Mary Ann KENEALY b 1885 Ws. USA.

Mary Ann KENNELLY (1885) married John Edward

GRADY c1905.

children: John Cyril GRADY b 1910 Ws. USA

Clyd Leo GRADY b 1912 Ws. USA

Theo GRADY bc 1913 Ws. USA


Im looking for any information please..




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Cemetery Inscriptions

Listowel Area

Listowel Cemetery, Listowel

Kilshanane Cemetery, Irramore

Killury Cemetery, Causeway

Kilflynn Cemetery, Kilflynn

St. Brendan's Cemetery, Ardfert



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Listowel Cemetery, in Listowel

Mary Quinlan, died Feb. 17, 1961

Katherine O'Connor, died Feb. 9, 1963

Patrick Leen, died September 9, 1967

Jeremiah Leen, died April 18, 1970

William Leen, died July 22, 1979

Erected By her Loving parents

In Memory of Norah O'Connor

Who died April 5, 1925, aged 21 Years.


(In Same Plot As Above)

In Loving Memory of the O'Connor Family (of Cleandries)

Mary, died May 20, 1931

Hanoria, died Nov. 4, 1934

Henry, died Feb. 10, 1939

Thomas, died Feb. 28, 1944

Matt., died April 14, 1969

Tade, died Aug. 18, 1987

Nell (Nee McCarty), died December 11, 1994

(In Same Plot As Above)

In Loving Memory of Michael O'Connor (of) Cleandries, died Dec. 15, 1969

(and) his wife Ellen, died Jan. 17, 1993


In Loving Memory of William McCarthy, died Sept. 14, 1913

(and) Mary McCarthy, died Dec. 6, 1944

(and) Thomas Stack, died Dec. 30, 1950


In Memory of the O'Connor Family, (of) Cromartin, Ballyduff


Erected By Patrick O'Connor

To Himself and Posterity

May 1915


In Memory of the O'Connor Family (of) Lissycurrig


the O'Connor Family, (of) Knockane, Listowel


Denis O'Connor, Convent St., Listowel (D. 8-1935)

wife Elizabeth Mackessy (D. 5-1961)

Daughter Kathleen

their sons John Joe, Donnagh (Denis), Tom, Vincent, and Dick (D. 4-1986)


Very Rev. Martin O'Connor, Parish Priest (D. 5-31-1951, age 59)

Sister Mrs. Catherine Daly, 18 Market St. (D. 3-15-1966)

Daughter-In-Law Kitty Daly (D. 4-10-1995)


Edmond (Ned) O'Conor of Greenville (D. 11-9-1958, age 74)

Daughter Margaret Mary (D. 9-24-1921, age 2 1/2)

wife Ellen (D. 5-15-1989, age 99)

son-In-Law Vincent McDevitt (D. 8-20-1986, age 60)

(Edmond's) parents Edmond (Ned) and Margaret. and his brothers John and Nicholas.


Maureen O'Connor (D. 7-30-1965)

Timothy O'Connor (D. 3-21-1967)

Julia Mary Dowling (D. 9-17-1977)


Mary Relihan (Nee O'Connor), 89 O'Connells Avenue (D. 10-9-1995, age 80)

and parents Patrick O'Connor (D. 6-16-1960) and Mary (D. 5-7-1969)


Patrick O'Connor


Michael O'Connor of Seacliff, Ballybunion and Coolhera (D. 2-26-1961)

and Josephine


John O'Connor (Maurice) of Craughatoosane (D. 3-20-1967, age 78)

his wife Hannah O'sullivan (D,. 8-28-1990, age 91)

Thomas O'Connor of Craughtoosane, and Listowel (D. 2-6-1957, age 76)

his wife Ellen Carmody (D. 1-2-1958, age 72)

son Patrick (D. 7-1-1997, age 72)


Dr. Michael O'Connor, the Square, Listowel (D. 8-14-1957)

and Michael O'Connor (D. 12-10-1842, age 66)


Rev. M. O'Connor (Went With "B. 1857, D. 1914?)


Cornelius O'Connor (1849-1905)


Catherine O'Connor, 102 O'Connell Ave. (D. 2-6-1961)

Daughter Mary Walsh

Daughter-In-Law Maureen (D. 9-19-1949)

Michael O'Connor

his wife Mary

his brother John


John J. O'Connor of Ballylongford (D. 5-16-1946, age 46)

and Other Members of the O'Connor Family of Tanavalla


Very Rev. Denis Canon O'Connor, P.P.V.F., Listowel (D. 5-20-1928, age 68)


Michael O'Connor (1-8-1965)

Katie O'Connor (D. 5-25-1950)

son Dr. Roger O'Connor (D. 3-1-1960)


Patrick O'Connor (D. 5-20-1966)

his wife Jane (Kissane), D. 11-22-1990, age 92


Tom O'Connor

wife Mary (D. 9-20-1925

and son Edward (D. 1-20-1937?)


Dennis O'Connor (D. 3-3-1925)

son Batt (D. 7-1947)

Daughter Relia (D. 1971?)


Patrick O'Connor (Late of Duagh), 10-13-1891-11-2-1959, Buried In London

his wife Elizabeth Carmody O'Connor (Fogart), 37

and Mother Bridget Cooney Carmody (D. 11-11-1938)


Pauline Stack (D. 11-8-1985)

Herbert Hilliard (D. 4-9-1989)

Mary Josephine Stack (Dolly), D. 11-5-1987

All of 20 Church, Listowel.

and the Enright Family, 20 Church, Listowel


James Stack of Killocrim (D. 12-18-1957)

wife Hannah (D. 2-1-1957)

son John (D. 1-29-1986)

his wife Julia Purtill (D. 1-25-1994)


Edmond Stack (B. Dauch 1870, D. 7-29-1960)

V. Rev. James R. Stack, P.P., St. Peter's, Bradford (D. 10-10-1986)

Margaret Moloney of Ballybunion and Duagh (D. 12-8-1978)

William A. Stack (D. 2-7-1993)

Elizabeth Stack (D. 10-22-1955)

Joan Stack (D. 7-9-1959)


Michael Stack of Woodford, Listowel (D. 8-26-1991, age 87)

wife Mai Rosney (D. 1-5-1990, age 83)

Patrick Stack of Woodford, Listowel and Mallow Street, Limerick (D. 12-29-1957)

(and) brothers John Joe (D. 1977) and Tom (D. 1979)


Joseph B. Stack (D. 12-21-1946)

and Kathleen Devane Stack (D. 11-13-1939)


Patrick Stack (D. 8-16-1921)

Bridget Stack (D. 12-22-1938)


Edward J. Stack of Listowel (D. 10-8-1910, age 59 Yrs)


Maurice P. Walsh, Market St., Listowel (D. 8-17-1959

and his wife Hannah (D. 1-3-1973)


Elizabeth Walsh of Kilgarvin Ballylongford (D. 1-8-99)


Tom Walsh (D. 5-28-1939, age 54)

and wife Kathleen (D. 12-20-1971)


Mary Walsh of Palough (D. 1-25-1951, age 79)

her husband John (D. 3-1930, age 67)


Edmond Walsh of Tullamore (D. 12-27-1947)

his wife Margaret Keane Walsh (D. 4-30-1947)


Michael Walsh (D. 10-5-1932)

his wife Margaret (D. 4-28-1953)

and their children Dan, Josie, Jack


Jeremiah Walsh of Tallamore (D. 4-13-1970, age 78)

his wife Anne (D. 8-14-1971, age 68)


Patrick Lynch of Knockenagh (D. 6-22-1963)

and wife Nora (Nee Walsh), D. 4-9-1978


John Lynch (D. 9-13-1943)



Kilshanane Cemetery, Irramore

Erected By Patrick O'Connor:

Mary O'Connor (D. 1-5-1934, age 81)

Patrick O'Connor (D. 6-1942)

John (D. 6-1943)

Michael (D. 8-30-1900)

Gerald (D. 6-18-1979)

William (D. 5-19-1982)

Mai (D. 12-28-1983)

Edward O'Connor of Derrinduff Duagh (D. 12-24-1925), Buried In Abbeydorney.

his wife Nora (D. 9-7-1956)

Daughter Bridget (D. 2-20-1973)

(and) Julia O'Connor (D. 2-14-1973)

their son Cornelius (D. 2-13-1982)

(and) Joan Quinlan (Nee O'Connor), D. 11-5-1990)


Bridie O'Connor of Moyessa (D. 8-27-1958, age 49)


Mary O'Connor Doyle (D. 5-29-1978)

son Daniel

Husband Patrick Doyle (D. 10-1979)

his parents Daniel (D. 9-3-1939) and wife Catherine (D. 11-14-1950)

and Siblings Philomena and Margaret (Doyle)


Terence O'Connor, Late Petty Session Clerk (D. 10-1982?, age 80)


Ellen O'Connor Kennelly (D. 10-20-1959)

Husband Matthew Kennelly -- (Also See: Catherine Walsh Kennelly)

son Cornelius (D. 11-27-1984)


Patrick O'Connor of Dromclaugh (D. 101901945, age 84)

his wife Mary (D. 4-6-1956)

sons Jack (D. 12-1-1985) and Patrick (D. 12-15-1987)


John O'Connor of Dromclough (D. 5-2-1949)

his wife Catherine (D. 1-19-1960)

sons John J. (D. 5-12-1945) and Humphrey (D. 6-24-1964) and Daniel J. (D. 5-28-1970)


Rev. D. O'Connor (1825)

Edward (1927)

Humphrey (1935)

Humphrey of Knockoclane (D. 3-15-1982, age 81)


John Joe Somers of Irramore (D. 5-3-1963)

his wife Josephine (D. 10-1-1990)

sons sonny (D 12 Years) and Mossy (Maurice), D. age 9

and (Jj's) parents Edward and Mary


Christopher Somers of Knockreach (D. 4-26-1948, age 74)

his wife Margaret (D. 4-20-1964, age 42)

and son John (D. 11-26-1992, age 84)


Jack Somers of Dromclough, Listowel (D. 7-3-1945, age 69)

his wife Delia Scannell (D. 9-3-1968, age 81)

and Daughters Margaret (D. 7-8-1948)

and sons Jack Joe (D. 5-3-1943), Interred In North Africa, and Eddie (D. 11-2-1969) and Kevin (D. 4-5-1986)


Mary Agnes Stack of Irramore, Lixnaw (D. 2-2-1957, age 68)

and brothers Michael (D. 3-31-1961) and Jerome (D. 8-8-1965)

(Jerome's) wife Eileen (D. 5-23-1968)

Bridie Stack (D. 10-25-1976)


Daniel and Ellen Stack and Family of Knockamoohane


John Stack (D. 1897, age 53), Et Al


Catherine Kelliher Stack of Knockreigh, Lixnaw (D. 2-11-1954, age 87)

her husband Ned of Lissihane (D. 4-15-1930, age 68)

their Daughter Elizabeth (D. 12-30-1963, age 69)

their sons Paddy (D. 1-9-1969, age 67) and James (D. 11-16-1993)\


Garrett Stack of Irramor (D. 1940)

and Michael (D. 2-1947)


Edmond Sheehy of Clahane

and parents John Sheehy (D. 1930) and Margaret Stack (D. 1936)


Maurice Walsh (D. 1-31-1913)

Margaret Walsh (D. 3-20-1941)

Joseph Walsh (D. 3-31-1965)

his son Maurice (Mossy), D. 4-12-1986

Hannah Walsh (D. 12-1994)


Catherine Walsh Kennelly of Cortoclonane (D. 5-20-1952)

Husband John (D. 2-23-1973)

sons John Joe (D. 5-11-1988) and Dennis (D. 2-28-1990)


Timmie Kirby and Mary Kirby

(and) Dan Lyons and Mary Anne Lyons

(and) Liz Lynch of Mountcoal



Killury Cemetery, Causeway

John O'Connor, age 53 (D. 1941?)

Erected 1839: U.A. Conncubair

Irramore - 1819

Clasmealcon - 1860


In Memory of the O'Connor Families of Meenogahane. Erected By John O'Connor


James O'Connor


William O'Connor (D. 4-3-1961)

and Birdie O'Connor (D. 3-22-1982)

and Mrs. O'Connor, Banemore

In Memory of Husband John (D. 1-22-1876, age 55)


In Memory of Henry O'Connor (D. 9-30-1944) of Dromkeen West

and his wife Bridget (D. 9-9-1979)

and their Daughter Sheila (D. 1-21-1943, age 6 Years)

and Catherine O'Connor (Feans), D. 3-7-1967

and her husband Henry (D. 4-21-1971)


Pray For: Jordan O'Connor (D. 1951)

son William

brother Henry and Sister Nora


John O'Connor of Leigh, Ballyduff (D. 3- 23-1972, age 77

his wife Katie Woulfe (D. 2-16-1983)


Erected By Thomas O'Connor, Esq. For Himself and Posterity, 1854


In Memory of Bridget O'Connor (Nee McGarry) of Drumnacurra (D. 9-5-1954)

(and) Husband John (Chris) O'Connor (D. 1-10-1985)



Kilflynn Cemetery, Kilflynn


In Loving Memory of Cillia Tuomey (of) Kilflynn Village

died Oct. 25, 1980

(and) her Mother Mary O'Connor

died Dec. 19, 1933

(and) her brother Bernard O'Connor

died March 2, 1926


In Loving Memory of Margaret Somers (of) Keel, Kilflynn

died May 5, 1984, age 68 Years

(and) her husband John Joe,

died August 3, 1989, aged 75 Years

(On Separate Stone Resting On These: Maurice Somers.

(Also On Separate Stone Resting On These: Tim Somers (of) Keel, Kilflynn, July 1998.)


In Memory of Mary Lynch (of) Lixnaw, died Jan. 17, 1959

(and) her husband James, died Dec. 28, 1970

(and) their Daughter Josephine, died Dec. 13, 1987

(and On Pedestal of the Above)...

Erected By Timothy Lynch (of) Stack's Mountain

To the Memory of his children

Michael, Who died Nov. 10, 1918 (2 Years)

Nora, Who died May 7, 1920 (13 Years)


In Loving Memory of Michael Lynch (of) Stacks Mountain

Who died Sept. 6, 1938, aged 83 Years

Also of Bessie Lynch, died June 29, 1876

and Anne Lynch, died Jan. 1, 1888

Also his parents, brothers and Sisters.

(Added) Ellen Lynch, died July 30, 1962

(and) James Lynch, died Jan. 31, 1954

(and) Nora McElligott, died Feb. 19, 1954

(and) William Lynch, died Dec. 1, 1971


In Memory of Marcella Finn (Nee Somers) and Family

Richard Farmer, May 2, 1982

Mary A. Farmer, July 23, 1983

Marcella Farmer, Dec. 21, 1983


In Loving Memory of My Dear Husband

Edmond (Ned) Somers (of) Carrigcannon, Lyreacrompane

died Oct. 30, 1979, aged 61 Years.

"On his Soul, Sweet Jesus, Have Mercy."


In Loving Memory of My Dear Dad

Garda [Policeman] James Lynch (of) Reamore, died Nov. 4, 1968

(and) his Father Michael, died April 4, 1960

(and) his Mother Margaret, died C. 1910

"May They Rest In Peace."


In Loving Memory of James and Mary Lynch (of) Stack Mountain, Kilflynn)


In Loving Memory of John Lynch (of) Laccamore, Abbeydorney

died May 26, 1932

(and) his wife Hannah (Nee Collins), died May 26, 1950

and their sons, Baby Michael James, died Jan. 26, 1938

John, died May 26, 1973

(and, On the Tombstone's Base: "and Our Grandparents. Rest In Peace.")


In Loving Memory of Michael Stack (of) Fahavane, died Jan. 6, 1987

(and) his Sisters Margaret, died Dec. 25, 198__

(and Hannah, died Jan. 9 [Year Obscured In Photo]


In Loving Memory of Edward Shanahan (of Fahavane, Kilflynn), died June, 19__ (age 67)

and his brother Michael, died June, 19__ (age 65)


In Memory of Philip Quinlan

[Death Date Obscured In Photo]




St. Brendan's Cemetery, Ardfert

Hanna O'Connor, Mother (of) Knockenaugh, died July 19, 1943

Thomas O'Connor, Father, died June 8, 1944

Daniel O'Connor, Father, died Jan. 26, 1934, age 73

Thomas O'Connor , died Jan. 13, 1935, age 80


Catherine Kavanaugh , wife, died March 15, 1948

Michael Kavanaugh, Husband, died 4-Nov-1957

(Nephew) William O'Connor, died Sept. 17, 1966

(Niece) Jacqueline O'Connor, died Jan. 8, 1972


Thady Sweeney (of) Ballinprior, Ardfert, died July 1, 1958, age 82

Michael Sweeney, brother, No Date

Bartholomew Sweeney, brother

Mary Ann O'Connor (Nee Sweeney), Sister


Denis O'Connor, Husband, (of) Tubrid, 1866-1956

(and) Hannah O'Connor (Nee Kirby), wife, 1877-1960


Patrick O'Connor, died Nov. 26, 1873, age 19

(and) Edmund O'Connor (of) Ardfert, died March 3, 1894, age 60


Erected By William O'Connor In Loving Memory of his sons

Bartholomew O'Connor, son, March 1915

Michael O'Connor, son, died March1919, age 8


Erected By Husband John Stack

Ellen Stack, wife, died March 16, 1938, age 69

(and) Richie, died June 28, 1984, age 77


Seanie Stack, died Oct. 22,. 1949, age 11

(and) Maura Stack, died Jan. 2, 1958, age 23


M. Stack (of) Ardfert, died Nov. 7, 1957

Helena Stack, died March 1962


Maurice Nolan, died Aug. 26, 1931, age 84


Erected By son, John Nolan

Bridget Nolan, Mother, (of) Kilgulbin, died May 5, 1912, age 60

Charles Nolan, son, died May 3, 1912, age 24

Patrick Nolan, son, died Dec. 6, 1957, age 71

John Joseph, Nolan died April 1924, age 1 Year 3 Months

John James Nolan, died Dec. 12, 1959, age 29

John Nolan, son, died Sept. 11, 1967, age 85

Nora Nolan, Daugher-In-Law, died Aug. 1, 1960, age 66




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Anon, "Tercentenary Commemoration of the Siege of Limerick: Souvenir Book", The

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Anon, "An impartial narrative of the most Important engagements which took place

During the Irish Rebellion in 1798", second edition with additions and corrections. South New Berlin N Y, Levi Harris, 1834, 277 pp, card binding. £55


[Anon (ex.)], " With the I.R.A in the fight for freedom". The Kerryman, Tralee, no date disbound copy, 238 pages. £12


Anon, "Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook, Easter 1916 Issue", compiled by the "Weekly Irish Times", Dublin 1917, 258 pp, rebound, illus. £100



Ballyheighue Youth Club, "Our Heritage Explored" (history of Ballyheighue), 1973, 23 pages, booklet. £10


Béaslaí, Piaras, "Michael Collins and the making of a new Ireland", Dublin: The Phoenix Publishing Co. Ltd., 1926, 2 Vols.., pp. 458, 484, photographic illustrations,

frontispiece loose. £160


Brady, Edward, "Ireland's Secret Service in England". The Talbot Press Ltd., Cork, N.D. (C. 1925), hinges loose, very scarce. Sold


Broker, Timothy, "Sraid an Mhuilinn" - A History of its People, by its People, for its People", Part 1, Timothy Broker, Milstreet, no date (c. 1940), paper cover, 56 pp. £25


Carthy, James, "Ireland from Grattan's Parliament to the Great Famine" (1783- 1850). Fallon, Dublin- 1957, 180 pp., illus, small mark on T.P., otherwise good

condition. £25


"Catholic Emancipation Centenary Record", Dublin 1929, card cover, 96 pages, quarto, illustrated, front hinge weak. £55


Clarke, Philip, "Omagh Prisoner, the Writings of Volunteer Philip Clarke, IRA", 1955. Publisher unknown, paper cover, 56 pages,

illustrated. £25


Collier, W.F., "Marcus Ward's History of Ireland for Schools", eighth (revised) edition

Belfast: Law, Stevenson & Orr. N.D. (c. 1880), 288 pp, map, some illustrations. £45


Comyn, David (Ed. and trans.), "Keating's history of Ireland", Irish Texts Society, Nutt, London 1902, 1908, 1908, 1914, 4 Vols., pp. 237, 425, 387, 483. £250


Cronin Sean "Own Red Blood: The story of the 1916 Rising", Wolf Tone society Dublin 1966, card cover, 66 pages. £12

D'Alton, Rev. E.A. "History of Ireland, From Earliest Times to the Present Day", 6 Vols., approx. 250 pp. per volume, illus., stain on boards of Vol. 1. £75


Forester, Margery. "Michael Collins. The Lost Leader", Sphere Books, London, 1972,

370 pp., illus. £15


Fowler, Joseph H., "Chapters in '98 History", St. Giles Bookshop. London 1938. Limited edition (12 pamphlets bound together), approx. 50 pp., lacks front and rear fe.p.'s. £25


Fox, R.M., "Years of Freedom. The Story of Ireland, 1921-1948". Trumpet Books, Cork, 1948, 40 page booklet. £12


Gibson, Charles B. "Historical Portraits of Irish Chieftains and Anglo-Norman Knights", Longmans, Green London, 1871, 416 pp., Blind-Stamped decoration on board. £95


Haverty, Martin, "The History of Ireland, Ancient and Modem". Duffy, Dublin & London, 1872. Engraved Frontispiece, 774 pp. £65


Haverty, Martin, "The History of Ireland, from the earliest period to the present time New York, Thomas Kelly, 1882, 871 pp, index. Lacks front fep. Scribbling on rear EP's and last page, half calf. £95


Hayden, M. and Moonan, G.A., "A Short History of the Irish People from the earliest times to 1920", Dublin 1921, 58-0 pp., maps. Binding rubbed, front hinge weak, some

pencilling. £40


[Another copy] Lacks TP and Preliminary Map, Binding rubbed, hinges weak, some

pencilling. £30


Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. 1, 1968 - Vol. 14,

1981. £280


Joyce, P.W. "A Concise History of Ireland, from the Earliest Times to 1837". Eleventh edition, Gill, Dublin 1903, 312 pp,

inscription on t.p. £45


Ketelbey, MA., "History Stories to Tell", second series, London , Harrap, 1939, 249

pp. £20


King, J. & E., "The History of County Kerry", London: J. King revised 3rd edition, N.D., very scarce, library binding and stickers on EP's. Paper slightly browning, 338 pp.



MacAirt, Sean (Ed. & Trans.), "The Annals of Inisfallen", Dublin: Institute for Advanced

Studies, 1951, 596 pp. £45


Macardle, Dorothy, "The Irish Republic; a documented chronicle of the Anglo-Irish conflict and the partitioning of Ireland with a detailed account of the period 1916-1923". Preface by Eamon De Valera, Fourth Edition Irish Press Ltd., 1951, 1045 pp, hinges weak, piece of paper stuck in p. 343. £35


Macardle, Dorothy, "The Irish Republic", 4th Edition, 195 1, dj, includes a collection of

Newspaper cuttings. £35


McGuire, Maria," To Take Arms A Year in the Provisional IRA". Quartet Books,

London, paperback 154 pp. £15


McHugh, Roger, (Ed.), "Dublin 1916" (Anthology), Arlington Books, London,

1966, 399 pp, dust Jacket. £45


MacManus, Francis, "After the Flight. Eyewitness Sketches from Irish History, 1607-1916", The Talbot Press, Dublin, 214 pp, dust Jacket. £35


MacManus, Seamus, "A Short History of the Irish Race", Browne & Nolan, Dublin, N.D.

(c. 1930), 165, 178 pp. £30


McNally, Robert S.J., (Ed.), "Old Ireland", Gill & Son, Dublin, 1965, 259 pp, dust

Jacket. £20


MacThormaid, Brendan, "Deathless Glory", privately printed, Dublin 1966, card covers, 59 pages, illustrated. £90


Maxwell, W.H., "History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798, with Memories of the Union and Emmet's Insurrection in 1803", 10th edition, George Bell, London, 1877. Illustrated by Cruikshank, 477 pp, binding rubbed, front hinge very weak, 1 plate Missing. £120


Meehan, C.P. (Ed.), "The Rise, Increase and Exit of the Geraldines, Earls of Desmond ... Translated from the Latin of Dominic O'Daly, O.P." Second edition, Duffy, Dublin, 1878,

290 pp., decorated cloth. £125


Moran, Cardinal Patrick, "Historical Sketch of the Persecutions suffered by the Catholics of Ireland under the Rule of Cromwell and the Puitans", M.H. Gill, Dublin, 1884, 480

pp, decorated cloth gilt. £75


Moran, Most Rev. P.F, "Historical sketch of the persecutions suffered by the Catholics of Ireland under the rule of Cromwell and the Pumtas", Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1884, 480 pp., half calf, gold tooling on spine, marbled e.p.s.



O'Connor, Kevin, "The Irish in Britain", Sidgwick and Jackson, London, 1972, 188

pgs, illustrations, dust jacket. £15


O'Donnell, Patrick, "The Irish Faction Fighters of the 19th Century", Anvil Books,

Dublin, 1975, paperback, 192 pp, inscribed by author on t.p. £15


O'Suilleabhain, Michael, "Where Mountainy Men Have Sown", Anvil Books, Tralee, paperback, 186 pages, lacks title page, text coming away from binding. £12


O'Connor, Mathew, "The Irish Brigades", Dublin, Duff, 1855, 464 pp. Text taped in upside--down relative to binding, lacks front free end paper, very rare. £120


O'Curry, Eugene, "Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland in 1855 and 1856", Dublin: Hinch and Traynor, 1878. 722 pp., hinges very weak, binding rubbed and a bit stained, 26

Facsimile illustrations, index. £125


O'Donnell C.J., "The Irish Future, with the Lordship of the World", Cecil Palmer,

London, 1931. 270 pages, some illustrations, ex- convent library copy. £20


O'Donovan, John, "The Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, from the earliest period to the year 1616", second edition, six volumes plus index. Hodges, Smith & Co., Dublin 1856, Ex_-Library Set, Rebacked, Good Condition.



O'Malley Emie, "On Another Man's Wound", Anvil Books, Dublin 1979, Paperback, 342 pages.


O'Murchadha, Diarmuid, "The History of Crosshaven and the Parish of Templebreedy", Cork Historical Guide Committee, 1967. Card covers, 91 pages, illustrated. £15


O'Riordan, Sean, "Antiquities of the Irish Countryside", 4th edition. Methuen, London, 1968, paperback, 108 pp., illustrated. £12


Power, Conor, "Ardmore: Its Founder and Early Christian Memorials", 1931, 32 page booklet. £12


Power, Rev. P., "Prehistoric Ireland: A

Manual of Irish Pre-Christian Archaeology",

Mellifont Press, Dublin, 1925, paper covers,

107 pp. £18


Rossa, J. O'Donovan, "My Years in English Inns", Anvil Books, Tralee, 1967.

Paperback, 240 pages, poor condition. £12



Russell, Charles, "New Views on Ireland: or Irish Land: Grievances: Remedies", London, MacMillan & Co., 1880, 217 pp. £235


Simpson, W. Douglas, "The Historical Saint Columbia", Milne and Hutchinson, Aberdeen. Second edition, 1927, Quarto, 177 pp. illustrated. £75


Spindler, Karl, "The Mystery of the Casement Ship", Anvil Books, Tralee, 1965,

Paperback, 221 pp. £16


Stokes, George T., "Ireland and the Celtic Church: A history of Ireland from St. Patrick to the English conquest in 1172", third edition, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1892, 358 pp. £55


Woodham-Smith, Cecil, "The Great Hunger", four square books, London 1964

paperback, 429 pages. £12


Wheeler, H.F.B. and Broadley, A.M., "The War in Wexford" (1798 Rebellion), London & New York: John Lane, 1910. Illustrated, map 343 pp. £125




Came across your almost year old message. C2000. My grandmother Anna (possibly Hannah) Marie Dalton came to USA 1890's from Abbeyfeale, along with her sisters Mary, Kate and Ellen. Appear to have landed in Philadelphia. Anna ended up in upstate New York after a few years. They left a brother John in Ireland, we think.Unable to find any info in the Abbeyfeale area about this family. Anna was born about 1874 to Michael Dalton and Katherine Stack. Does any of this information fit with anything that you have?




Lary (Lowery) b 1837 and James Dougherty b 1843 left Newtowne Sandes (Moyvane) with their parents after 1843 and ended up in Picqua,Ohio where the parents died. They were raised by an aunt in Union City, Ohio and served in the Civil War. There is a family rumor that they left for political reasons following an uncle who left earlier. The dougherty name is a North one and uncommon in Kerry.

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I am Terry, descended from Bryan McMahon b. 1831 or 1837 who came to New Zealand circa 1855, and married Margaret Devane in Australia on Dec 17, 1866. Bryan had brothers Patrick, John and Owen, and daughter Ellena b. Jan 13, 1839 and another daughter. John m. Ellen Tangnay on May 22, 1864. All are believed to have left Co. Kerry (Molahiffe, Mile Height or Ballyseedy areas), some to the USA and some to Australia for the gold rushes. Bryan's father was Thade (Timothy) who m. Margaret Hannafin. He had brothers Jermiah (Darby) who d. April 16, 1857, and who m. Mary Murphy who d. Jan 31, 1878; Terence who m. Johanna Murphy Jul 14, 1839; Owen who m. Catherine O'Sullivan; Denis; Brian who m. Catherine Enright; Charles who m. Ellen O'Sullivan and Daniel. Their father was Terence who m. Margaret Moriarty and he d. Dec 10, 1840. His brothers were John who m. ? Flynn; Owen who m. Nora Stack in 1810; and Timothy who was a half-brother. Their father was Darby (we believe it could have been Dairmaird or Jeremiah) who d. 1778 and who m. firstly M. O'Sullivan the mother of Timothy; darby m. secondly Eleanor O'Mahony who was mother to the other three. Darby had 9 sisters whose details are not known. Darby's father was John McMahon who m. Catherine Moriarty. John's brothers were Brian, Jeremiah, Timothy and Terence. John would have been b. circa 1710. His father was Terence who was b. circa 1680. We believe he was one of four brothers who came to Co. Kerry from Co. Clare, and he settled in Molahiffe. Two of the others are believed to have gone, one to Knockanure (north of Listowel in Co. Kerry) and one to Kilmoiley. A fourth went to Co. Limerick, where one line included the French connection through Jean-Baptiste de MacMahon (John MacMahon) b. 1715. Terence stayed in the Molahiffe area, and his grandson Darby (and probably Terence and his son also) are buried in the ruins of the old Molahiffe abbey near the church at Fieries.


Someone in the area may have better knowledge of the graves and their inscriptions. We would dearly like to hear from anyone with this knowledge. We would also like to hear from anyone with any interest in any of the people mentioned above. Unfortunately the older records in the Molahiffe parish were destroyed by fire, but the family were Catholics, and leased land for potato farming. Terence's G/G/Grandson Jeremiah (Darby) leased land at Bushmount off Daniel C. Coltsman, and Jeremiah himself sublet land to Timothy Cahill. This was in 1853.


Please send all information/inquiries to me at and we can swap information. We believe we came from the Co. Clare MacMahon/McMahon family who descended from the O'Brien Kings from



August, 1846
William BARRY seeks information on his father, James BARRY and wife
Margaret MCGENNIS, who left Castlemain, parish of Kiltallah, about the year
1830. When last heard from he was in Wells County, Illinois.
He had two children (John and Mary) and was a smith by trade. Please
address information to his son William BARRY who lately came from Ireland
care of Patrick Griffin, Harlow Street, Bangor, Maine.

Copyright Ray and Christi Davis.
Blank rows are used to distinguish one grave site from the next.

_PRIVATE__Last_First_Relation_From_DOB_DOD_Age_Comments___________Dowling_John__Banna__10-Oct-1953_____________Mc Carthy_Denis_husband___19-Feb-1891_52___Mc Carthy_Mary_wife___Jun-1920____Flaherty_Edmond_husband___Jul-1924____Flaherty_Hanna_wife___Mar-1942____Flaherty_Mary_daughter___Jan-1960____Flaherty_John__Banna__21-Jan-1967__loving memory of dear father__Flaherty_Catherine____9-Aug-1987__loving memory of dear mother__O'Sullivan_Catherine____5-May-1970____O'Sullivan_Edmond (Eddie)__Banna West__5-Dec-1994_75_____________________O'Connell_Ellen____30-Sep-1914_75_____________________Kelliher_Patrick_husband_Banna__1-Nov-1924____Kelliher_Elizabeth_wife___28-Feb-1961____Lennon_Hanna M (nee Kelliher)_daughter___8-Jun-1961____Kelliher_Patrick____29-Jun-1977____Kelliher_Margaret_Ptk's wife___22-Feb-1986____Kelliher_Rita____11-Jun-1983______________________Lawlor_Catherine_mother (nee Harty)___25-Nov-1954____Lawlor_Eugene_father___12-Oct-1962____Lawlor_Richard_son___15-Dec-1963____Lawlor_Noreen_daughter___26-Apr-1979______________________Griffin_Patrick____15-Dec-1955_76_loving memory of the Conway family of Banna Mountain__Griffin_Molly (nee Conway)____22-Feb-1968_63_____________________Murphy_Daniel__Liscahane__21-Sep-1944____Murphy_Catherine_mother___1923____Keane_Annie (nee Murphy_sister___no date____Murphy_Daniel____9-Feb-1973______________________Mc Elligott_Mary____5-May-1922_40___Mc Elligott_John____3-Jan-1925_61_____________________O'Connor_Patrick____26-Nov-1873_19___O'Connor_Edmund__Ardfert__3-Mar-1894_60____________Nunan_Thomas J__Ardfert__11-Feb-1961_80___Nunan_Mary__Village__3-Oct-1968______________________Flynn_Patrick_husband__1836_1920____Flynn_Bridget (nee Stack)_wife__1846_1931____Flynn_Margaret_daughter__1889_1903____Flynn_Maurice (Moses)_son__1883_1955____Kelly_William_son-in-law__1882_1979____Kelly_Hanna (nee Flynn)_daughter__1887_1982______________________Brick_Michael _husband___27-Nov-1943____Brick_Mary_wife___17-Aug-1952____Brick_Catherine_daughter___6-Jun-1920____Brick_Hanna_daughter___8-Aug-1939____Brick_Patrick_son___17-Jul-1949____Brick_Bill_son___20-Jul-1967____Brick_Tom_son___Oct-1988____Brick_Nora_dau-in-law___20-Feb-1960____Brick_Hanna____27-May-1992____Brick_Michael_son___6-Jan-1981______________________Healy_James_husband_Lerrig__14-Jan-1954____Healy_Nora_wife___21-Jul-1967____Healy_Christy_son___23-Jun-1932____Healy_Patrick_son___27-Jul-1972____Corridan_Margaret____21-Mar-1982____Corridan_Patrick____8-Jun-1957______________________Rice_Dominick____11-Jan-1866_14_erected by their father Justice __Rice_William Francis____22-Dec-1868_14_Dominick Rice of Bushmount____________________Nelan_Catherine_wife___date illegible__wife of John Nelan____________________Costello_Annie____2-Apr-1910______________________Duhig_James_husband_The Square, Ardfert__no date____Duhig_Margaret_wife___no date____Duhig_Hanna_daughter___no date____Mc Crohan_Chrissey (nee Duhig)_daughter___no date____Mc Donald_Bridie (nee Duhig)_daughter___no date____Duhig_David_son___no date____Duhig_Son_son___no date______________________King_William_son___27-Sep-1915_15_erected by father, Thomas King__King_Nora_mother___Feb-1947____King_Margaret____8-Feb-1958____King_Brian____1-May-1978____King_Kathleen____10-Apr-1989______________________Horgan_Mary_daughter_Tubrid, Ardfert__19-Mar-1914_33_erected by her loving brothers Patrick & Michael Horgan__Horgan_Catherine_mother___28-May-1918_73___Horgan_Michael_son___23-May-1953____Horgan_Pauline (nee Murphy)_dau-law___11-Aug-1967__wife of Michael__Horgan_Dan_grd son__13-Feb-1931_5-Nov-1987____Horgan_Patty_grd son__11-Feb-1924_22-Feb-1995__buried in Dublin__Copyright Ray and Christi Davis.
Blank rows are used to distinguish one grave site from the next.

_PRIVATE__Last_First_Relation_From_DOB_DOD_Age_Comments___________Lyne_Thomas__Banna__23-Nov-1939____Lyne_Margaret_mother___27-Apr-1968______________________Dowling_Denis__Graigue__6-Apr-1967_55___Dowling_Daniel____11-Sep-1913____Dowling_Jane____1-Oct-1948______________________O'Regan_Mary____1915____O'Regan_Josie__Baltovin, Ardfert__28-Feb-1958_33___O'Regan_Peter____1-Sep-1981__Josie's husband____________________Griffin_Martin D__Lerrig__9-Nov-1924____Fitzgerald_Catherine____10-Dec-1958____Fitzgerald_Liam__Ardfert__11-Apr-1991_67_____________________Mc Elligott_Ellen_mother___4-Aug-1911_56_erected Michael P McElligot, Ardfertoughter__Mc Elligott_Richard_father___7-Aug-1913_62____Mary Ellen_daughter___29-Jan-1941_____William_son-in-law___30-Jul-1969____Mc Elligott_Mickey Pat_son___Jul 1946______________________O'Connell_John_husband___5-Aug-1911_39___O'Connell_Mary_wife___21-Mar-1943____O'Connell_Michael_son___3-Feb-1955____O'Connell_John _son___26-Oct-1966____O'Connell_Mary Ann_daughter___11-Jan-1995______________________Lyne_John__Carahane, Ardfert__11-Apr-1913____Lyne_Winifred____14-Jun-1954____Lyne_Michael____23-Mar-1978____Lyne_Margaret_wife of Michael___15-Feb-1995__wife of Michael, erected by their 8 children____________________Nolan_Bridget_mother_Kilgulbin__5-May-1912_60_erected by son, John Nolan__Nolan_Charles_son___3-May-1912_24___Nolan_Patrick_son___6-Dec-1957_71___Nolan_John Joseph____Apr-1924_1yr 3mos___Nolan_John James____12-Dec-1959_29___Nolan_John_son___11-Sep-1967_85___Nolan_Nora_dau-in-law___1-Aug-1960_66_John's wife____________________Sheehy_Edmund_father_Ballinorig, Causeway__7-Aug-1955_65___Sheehy_Timothy_son___17-Mar-1950_21_____________________O'Connor_Bartholomew_son___Mar-1915__erected by__O'Connor_Michael_son___Mar-1919_8_William O'Connor in loving memory of his sons____________________O'Connell_Morgan_father___16-May-1912_67___O'Connell_John_son___9-Mar-1913_25___O'Connell_Eileen____13-Feb-1915_53___O'Connell_Nancy____10-May-1939____O'Connell_Minnie____23-Oct-1984____O'Connell_William__Doon, Tralee__6-Apr-1956____O'Connell_Mary____19-Jul-1990__William's wife____________________Crosbie_Annie_daughter___17-Oct-1911_25_erected by father Patrick Crosbie____________________Ryle_Michael_cousin ___Nov-1910_50_erected by cousin Thomas Griffin__Ryle_John_cousin ___Nov-1911_53_erected by cousin Thomas Griffin__Griffin_Thomas_cousin _Clune__8-Apr-1967____Griffin_Nora__Ardfert__22-Dec-1978______________________Gurnett_Ellen_sister___13-Mar-1944____Gurnett_John_brother___30-Apr-1946____Gurnett_John_John's son___30-Aug-1988__erected by loving wife & family Ballyrobert____________________King_Catherine__Ardfert__23-Dec-1979____Collins_Michael____3-Feb-1908_75_Catherine Collins loving memory of her husband__Hogan_Mary Ellen____30-May-1967____Hogan_Patrick____15-Oct-1973__Mary Ellen's husband__Collins_John__Ardfert__29-Dec-1984____Collins_Nora (nee Hillee)__Lerrig__15-Feb-1957____O'Leary_Nora (nee Collins)____14-May-1960____Collins_no given name_father___3-Feb-1946__by son, Reverend__Collins_no given name_mother___7-Jun-1940__Thomas F. Collins____________________Egan_Mary_wife___9-Feb-1908__erected by husband, Maurice Egan__Egan_Solomon Patrick____no date____Egan_John Thomas____no date____Egan_Maurice__Ballin-clemesig__24-Aug-1953____Egan_Lena__Ballyheigue__16-Nov-1983__Maurice's wife____________________Donovan_Sir Henry_father_Tubrid & Seafield__1879____Donovan_Frances Mary_only daughter___17-Jun-1938____Donovan_Henry Brendon____16-Jan-1956_68___Donovan_John____12-Apr-1864_83___Donovan_Catherine_John's wife___22-Feb-1882____

Unknown Colson.

Child of Elijah Culver and Nancy Scott is:

_PRIVATE____HYPERLINK "" \l "CHILD459266"__27__i.__Maria Culver, born 1815; died 1889; married David Younkin 1837.__

58. Patrick Kennelly, died Abt. 1849 in Ireland. He married 59. Ellen Nolan.

59. Ellen Nolan, died 1838.

Child of Patrick Kennelly and Ellen Nolan is:

_PRIVATE____HYPERLINK "" \l "CHILD590338"__29__i.__Ellen Kennelly, died 1885; married John Dundon__









12 Nov, 1999 UPDATE














MARTIN 21 MAY 1871 1880 ?? NORA KELLEHER DIED 1926






























MARTIN & NORA SETTLED IN COHOES, N.Y. IN THE LATE 1880'S or early 1890's..


NORA , DIED - 14 Oct 1948, COHOES, N.Y. Arterio Sclerotic Heart Disease. Some records or family also call her Homora, Honora, or Hannera Kelleher, or Johanna Keller.


* Date of birth and death per copy of death certificate.

** Some family sources put their places of birth in County Cork.

*** Date of birth unsure. Date and cause of death per death certificate.




























* Date of Birth per birth certificate shows 20 Nov 1892. Some family sources have claimed actual was 19 Nov.



































Beryl O'Gorman











December sees the publication of yet another book by Greensborough author Mary Jahne. Mary has written a biography of her Uncle Ted McGrath who died in WW2 as a result of atrocities in Changi Prison.


From Red Gums to Bamboo: Cpl EP Mcgrath VX45041 2/29th Battalion AIF is being launched on Boxing Day at the family farm in south western Victoria which was Ted's home until he left to go to war. Published of course by WORDWEAVERS.




Abbeyfeale Valuation 1850








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Griffith's Valuation



Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42 & 51

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Richard ELLIS


1a Michael ENRIGHT - H,O,L(85)

1b Timothy BRODER (from Michael ENRIGHT) - H,G

1c Denis TOOMY (from Michael ENRIGHT) - H

2a Church & Yard

3 Reps Wm Fuller HARTNETT - L(1)

4a Patrick LEAHY - H,O,L(108)

5a William MURPHY Jr - H,O,L(4)

5b Patrick HANLEY - H

6 Patrick HANLEY - L(5)

7a William CROWLEY - H,L(9)

8a Patrick SULLIVAN - H,O,L(41)

9Aa Denis CONNELL - H,O,L(49, incl 9Ab, 9Ac)

9Ab Michael CONNELL - H,O,L

9Ac Patrick CONNELL - H,O,L

9B Denis CONNELL, Michael CONNELL, Patrick CONNELL - L(11)

10a Timothy ROURKE - H,O,L(69, incl 10b)

10b David ROURKE - H,O,L

11 Reps William MURPHY - L(7)

11a Patrick HARTNETT (from Reps Wm MURPHY) - H,G

12Aa Reps William MURPHY - Dairy, H, O, L(101)

12B Reps William MURPHY - L(14)

12Ab Maurice COLLINS (from Reps Wm MURPHY) - H,G

12Ac Michael MOLONEY (from Reps Wm MURPHY) - H,G

13a Daniel COLLINS (Timy) - H,O,L(31)

14a Patrick COLLINS - H,O,L(30)

14b Edmund COLLINS (from Patrick COLLINS) - H

15 Daniel COLLINS - L(23)

16Aa Daniel COLLINS - H,O,L(19, incl 16Ab)

16Ab Cornelius KILMARTIN - H,L

16B Daniel COLLINS, Cornelius KILMARTIN - L(15)

16Ac Johanna PEIRSE - H,G

17a Ellen LANE - H,L(24)

18a John O'DONNELL - H,O,L(95)

18b Jeremiah WREN (from John O'DONNELL) - H

19a Patrick SULLIVAN - H,O,L(83)

20A Patrick SULLIVAN, John O'DONNELL - L(30)

20B Patrick SULLIVAN, John O'DONNELL - L(17)

21a Patrick SULLIVAN - H,L(17, incl 21b)

21b Cornelius HEALY (from John O'DONNELL) - H,L

22Aa Honoria COLLINS - H,O,L(25)

22B Honoria COLLINS - L(3)

23a Thomas COLLINS (Timothy) (from Honoria COLLINS) - H,O,L(34)

23b Vacant (from Thomas COLLINS (Timothy) - H

24a John DALY - H,O,L(37)

25 Denis LANE & Eneas LANE - L(9)

25a Vacant (from Denis & Eneas LANE) - Herds, H

26Aa Michael COLLINS - H,O,L(26, incl 26Ab)

26Ab Daniel COLLINS Jr - H,O,L

26B Michael COLLINS, Daniel COLLINS Jr - L(9)

26Ac Daniel COLLINS (from Daniel COLLINS Jr & M. COLLINS) - H

27a Daniel COLLINS (from Honoria COLLINS) - H,L(22)

28a Johanna COLLINS - H,O,L(49)

29a James COLLINS (from Honoria COLLINS) - H,O,L(38)

30a Julia ROCHE - H,O,L(49, incl 30b, 30c)

30b Johanna COLLINS (Patrick) - H,L

30c Margaret ROCHE - H,L

30d Vacant (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O

31Aa Michael FOLEY - H,L(13, incl 31Ab, 31Ac)

31Ab Johanna FOLEY - H,L

31Ac Timothy FOLEY - H,L

31B Michael FOLEY, Johanna FOLEY, Timothy FOLEY - L(24)

32a John FOLEY - H,L(5)

33a Patrick FLINN - H,O,L(70)

33b Vacant (from Patrick FLINN) - H

33c Vacant (from Patrick FLINN) - H

34a Denis CONNELL (from Honoria COLLINS) - H,L(30)




(listed as #27 of Abbeyfeale West townland)

Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Richard ELLIS


Main Street

1 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Building, G

2 Richard COLLINS, James Dennis - H, Ball Court

3 Vacant (from Jeremiah MOORE) - H,G

4 Thomas KEANE - H,G

5 Mortimer MURPHY - H,G

6 Michael GEANY - H,O,G

7 Joseph SMITH - Building Ground, G

8 Co. Limerick Grand Jury (from John CURTIN) - Courthouse & Yard

9 John MOLONY (from Justin McCARTHY) - H,O, Sm. Yard

10 Vacant (from Justin McCARTHY) - H,G

11 Justin McCARTHY - G

12 Daniel COLLINS - H, Sm. G

13 Daniel COLLINS - G

14 Michael NOLAN (from Daniel COLLINS) - H, Sm. G

15 William QUIRKE - H,O,G

16 William QUIRKE - G

17 Matthew O'DONNELL (from Wm QUIRKE) - H, Yard

18 Matthew O'DONNELL (from Wm QUIRKE) - G

19 Vacant (Reps Patrick QUIRKE) - H,G

20 Reps Patrick QUIRKE - G

21 Justin McCARTHY - H,O,G

22 Nicholas BROWNE - H,G

23 Patrick KEEFFE - H,O,G

24 Patrick BRODER - H,O,G

25 Catherine HARTNETT - Ruins, G

26 Constabulary Force (from Charles BIANCONI) - Police Barracks,

O, Yard

27 Michael GALWAY (from Charles BIANCONI) - H,O,G

28 Captain Hartland McMAHON (from Charles BIANCONI) - O

29 Charles BIANCONI - O, Yard

30 Mary COLLINS - H

31 Maurice WOULFE (Reps Timothy COLLINS) - H, Yard

32 John SULLIVAN (from David LEAHY) - H, Yard

33 David LEAHY - H,O, Yard

34 Michael DANAHER (from Anne O'DONNELL) - H

35 Johanna CULHANE (from Anne O'DONNELL) - H

36 John BRODER - H

37 Denis HEALY - H

38 Mary SULLIVAN (from John FITZGERALD) - H

39 Cornelius CULHANE (from John FITZGERALD) - H

40 Vacant (from William MANN) - H

41 William MANN - H

42 R.C. Chapel (in ruins) and Graveyard

43 James DALTON (from Edmond HARTNETT) - H,G

44 Patrick HAYES (from William E. HARTNETT) - O, Sm. G

45 Patrick HAYES - H,O,G

46 Patrick HAYES - H,G

47 Patrick HAYES - Building Ground, G

48 Patrick BRODER (John) - H,O,G

49 Mary GAVIN - H

50 Vacant - H,G

51 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - G, Waste

52 Patrick HAYES - O,G

53 Reps William MURPHY - Pound

54 Reps William MURPHY - O

55 Reps William MURPHY - H,O,G

56 Ellen QUILTY (from Patrick MOLONEY) - H,O, Yard

57 John CURTIN (from Patrick MOLONEY) - H,O, Sm G

58 Jeremiah FORD - H

59 Patrick MOLONEY (from John MOLONEY) - H

60 John MOLONEY - H, Sm G

61 Joseph SMITH (from Reps Daniel TOOMY) - H,O, Sm G

62 Patrick NEIL (from Michael TOOMY) - H,O, Sm G

63 Thomas LEAHY - H,O, Sm G

64 Daniel KEEFE (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H,O, Sm G

65 Vacant (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H,O,Y

66 Andrew ROURKE (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H,O, Sm G

67 Vacant (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H,O, Yard

68 John FITZGERALD (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H

69 Daniel LEENS(?) (from David LEAHY) - H,O,G

70 Denis & Mary COLLINS (from David LEAHY) - H,G

71 Patrick BRODER (Cashel) (from David LEAHY) - H,O, Yard

72 Patrick BRODER (John) - H,G

73 John AHERN - H,O,G

74 Maurice COLBERT (from Patrick BRODER (John) - H,O,G

75 Michael ERAGHT (from Patrick BRODER (John) - H,O,G

76 Patrick McCARTHY - H,O,G

77 Michael FITZGERALD - H,O,G

78 Richard COLLINS - H,O,G

79 Denis O'DONNELL (from Patrick MOLONEY) - H,O,G

80 Anne O'DONNELL - H,G

81 Justin McCARTHY - O,G

82 Mary CARIN (from Justin McCARTHY) - H, Yard

83 James FETTIN (from Justin McCARTHY) - H

84 Justin McCARTHY - Building Ground, G

85 Justin McCARTHY - Building Ground, G

86 Johanna SCANLAN - H, Sm G

87 Thomas READY - H,G

88 Jeremiah SULLIVAN - H,O,G

89 Maurice GRADY - Ruins, G

90 Maurice GRADY - H,G

91 Richard WALSH - H,O,G

92 Richard WALSH - Ruins, G

93 Maurice MOLONEY - H, Forge, G

94 Patrick ENRIGHT (from Thomas LEAHY) - H

95 Thomas LEAHY - Building Ground, G

96 Bartholomew LANE (from Thomas LEAHY) - H

97 Maurice FITZGERALD, William ENRIGHT - H,G

98 Michael SULLIVAN (from John AHERN) - Building Ground

99 Patrick BRODER (from John AHERN) - H,G

100 Margaret AHERN - H, Forge, G

101 Thomas Carroll - H,G


New Chapel Street

1 Bartholomew SCANNELL (from Patrick MAHONY) - H, Yard

2 William CONNORS (from Patrick MAHONY) - H

3 Daniel QUINLAN (from Patrick MAHONY) - H

4 John LYONS (from Patrick MAHONY) - H,O, Sm G

5 Michael HOGAN - H

6 Charles BIANCONI - Stack Yard

7 Michael GALWAY - G

8 Thomas MOLOWNEY - G

9 Daniel O'DONNELL - H,O,G

10 Daniel O'DONNELL - G

11 Rev Thomas CARROLL, P.P. - R.C Chapel, Yard

12 Michael HARTNETT - H, Sm G

13 Patrick HISTON(?) (from Michael F HARTNETT) - H

14 Stephen DUNLEVY (from Michael F HARTNETT) - H, Sm G

15 Patrick MOLONEY - H,O, Yard


Old Chapel Street

1 John FINN - H

2 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Ruins, Sm G

3 Michael LYNCH - H, Sm G

4 Mary CONNORS - H, Yard

5 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Ruins, Yard

6 Michael MULCAHY - G

7 John DELANE (from Timothy McCARTHY) - H,G

8 Timothy McCARTHY - H

9 Michael MULCAHY (from Timothy McCARTHY) - H, Sm G

10 Maurice HARTNETT - Building Ground, G

11 James BABBINGTON - (Building Ground, G?)

12 John HARTNETT (from James BABBINGTON) - H

13 John FITZMAURICE - School House

14 Joseph BRODER - H

15 Maurice HARTNETT - Building Ground, G

16 Patrick MURPHY - H, Sm G

17 Vacant - H, Yard

18 Maurice HARTNETT - H,O, Sm G

19 Vacant (from Maurice HARTNETT) - H

20 Martin DILLON (from William DILLON) - H

21 William FORDE - H,O, Sm G


Off Old Chapel Street

1 Vacant (from Humphrey SULLIVAN) - H

2 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Ruins, Sm G

3 Bridget COLLINS - H, Sm G

4 (Patrick?) REARDON (from Maurice BROWNE) - H

5 (illegible) - H, Sm G

6 (illegible) - H, Sm G


8 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Ruins, Sm G


Bridge Street or Tralee Road

1 Patrick HAYES - O,G

2 Michael DILLANE (from James AHERN) - H,G

3 Daniel SHEEHAN (from James AHERN) - H

4 Michael JONES - H,O,G

5 Laurence HARTNETT (from Ellen McCARTHY) - H,G

6 Ellen McCARTHY - H,G

7 John COLLINS - H,O,G

8 Patrick HICKEY (from John COLLINS) - H

9 Vacant (from Thomas COLLINS) - H,G

10 Timothy MURPHY - H,G

11 Catherine CURTIN (from Timothy MURPHY) - H

12 Laurence COSTELLOE - H, Forge, G

13 Board of National Education (from Timothy COLLINS) - School

House, G

14 Vacant - Fever Hospital or Old Court House

15 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - L


Under "Exemptions" -- Killeen Burial Ground for Children (see

Abbeyfeale West)

-- R.C. Chapel (in ruins) and Grave Yard (see Abbeyfeale Town)

-- R.C. Chapel and Yard (see Abbeyfeale Town)





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Richard ELLIS


1A Maurice HARTNETT - L(1)

1B Maurice HARTNETT - L(1)

2 Patrick QUIRKE - L(1)

3a Jeremiah LEAHY - H,L(1)

4a Daniel KEEFFE - H,L(3)

4b James HARTNEY (from Daniel KEEFFE) - H

5 Michael GALLWEY - L(9)

5a Peter WRIGHT (from Michael GALLWEY) - H,G

5b Michael TOOMY (from Peter WRIGHT) - H

5c Catherine KENNEALLY - H

6A David LEAHY - L(17)

6Ba David LEAHY - O,L(17)

7 David LEAHY - L(19)

8a Mary COLBERT (from David LEAHY) - H,O,L(25)

8b David LEAHY - H

8c John ERAGHT (from David LEAHY) - H,G

9a John CROWLEY (from David LEAHY) - H,L(1)

10 John CONNORS (from William SAVAGE) - L(23)

11a John O'SULLIVAN (from William SAVAGE) - O,L(11)

11b Vacant (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H

12a John O'SULLIVAN - O,L(3)

12b Ellen DEE (from John O'SULLIVAN) - H

12c Patrick SCANLAN - H,G

13 Thomas CARROLL - L(2)

14 Jeremiah SULLIVAN - L(3)

15a Patrick HAYES (from Reps Wm Edw HARTNETT) - O,L(19)

16a Patrick HAYES - O,L(79)

17a Patrick HAYES (from Mary RELEHAN) - Herds, H, O, L(52)

17b Cornelius KILMARTIN (from Patrick HAYES) - H

18 Cornelius KILMARTIN (from Patrick HAYES) - L(1)

18a Michael CONNELL (from Reps Wm Murphy) - H,G

19 Reps William MURPHY - L(6)

20 Patrick LEAHY - L(10)

21 Richard ELLIS (In Fee) - Plantation(6)

22a Thomas LEAHY - O,L(40)

23a Thomas FITZGERALD - H,O,L(62)

23b Johanna BRODER (from Thomas FITZGERALD) - H

23c John BROWNE (from Thomas FITZGERALD) - H,G

24a Eneas LANE - H,O,L(62, incl 24b)

24b Denis LANE - H,O,L

24c Margaret MURPHY (from Eneas & Denis LANE) - H

24d Maurice FLINN (from Eneas & Denis LANE) - H

25a Eliza DALTON - H,O,L(137)

25b Vacant (from Eliza DALTON) - H

25c Michael BRODER (from Eliza DALTON) - H,G(1)

26a John TOOMY - H,O,L(64)

26b Vacant (from John TOOMY) - H

26c Vacant (from John TOOMY) - H,O

-- Burial Ground for Children




Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-34, 35, 42, & 43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Edward S. O'GRADY


1a Denis DALY - H,L(57)

1b Maurice COLLINS (from Denis DALY) - H

2A John BRODER - L(19)

2B John BRODER - L(5)

3a Mary BRODER - H,O,L(27)

3b John BRODER - H,O,G

3c Cornelius BRODER - H,O,G

4 Cornelius BRODER - L(45)

5A Cornelius BRODER, Michael HUNT - L(10)

5Ba Cornelius BRODER - H,L(101, incl #5Bb)

5Bb Michael HUNT - H,O,L

5Bc Daniel SHEEHAN (from Cornelius BRODER & Michael HUNT) - H,G

6a Denis MURPHY - H,O,L(99, incl #6b)

6b Timothy MURPHY - H,O,L

7a Arthur KEEFFE - H,L(1)

7b Bridget KEEFFE (from Arthur KEEFFE) - H,G

8a Cornelius KEEFFE - H,O,L(49)

9 Cornelius KEEFFE, Michael FORD, Patrick KEEFFE - L(11)

10a Patrick KEEFFE - H,O,L(43)

11a Michael FORD - H,O,L(39)

11b Daniel BRODER (from Michael FORD) - H

12 Patrick HARTNETT (from Cornelius KEEFFE, Pat KEEFFE, Mich

FORD) - H,L(3)

13a Cornelius CUSACK(sp?) - H,O,L(43)

14A Denis McAULIFFE - L(16)

14Ba Denis McAULIFFE - H,O,L(135)

14Bb Thomas SHEA (from Denis McAULIFFE) - H

14Bc Mary DALY (from Denis McAULIFFE) - H

15a John BRODER (from Reps Timothy COLLINS) - H,O,L(4)

16A Reps Timothy BRODER - L(4)

16Ba Reps Timothy BRODER - H,O,L(35)

17A Denis McAULIFFE - L(6)

17Ba Denis McAULIFFE - H,O,L(37)

18a Laurence HARTNETT (Kate) - H,O,L(42)

19 Laurence HARTNETT (Kate) - L(22)

19a Vacant (from Laurence HARTNETT (Kate)) - H,O

20 Maurice CAHILL - L(27)

20a Vacant (from Maurice CAHILL) - H,O

21A, 21B, 21C Maurice CAHILL - L(7,1,1)

21Da Maurice CAHILL - H,O,L(33)

21Db Vacant (from Maurice CAHILL) - H

22a John QUIRKE - H,O,L(75, incl #22b)

22b Timothy LYONS - H,O,L

22c Thomas TOOMY (from John QUIRKE & Timy LYONS) - H

23a Michael QUIRKE - H,O,L(70, incl #23b)

23b William QUIRKE - H,O,L

24 William QUIRE, Michael QUIRKE, Patrick COLLINS - L(10)

25a Patrick COLLINS - H,O,L(57)

25b Denis COLLINS (from Patrick COLLINS) - H

26Aa Michael QUIRKE - H,L(75, incl #26Ab)

26Ab Mary QUIRKE - H,O,L

26B, 26C, 26D Michael QUIRKE, Mary QUIRKE - L(0,1,1)

26Ac Michael MOLONEY (from Michael & Mary QUIRKE) - H

27Aa Michael CONNORS - H,O,L(80)

27B Michael CONNORS - L(4)

27Ab Vacant (from Michael CONNORS) - H

28a Cornelius CURTIN - H,O,L(13)

28b Thomas COLLINS (from Cornelius CURTIN) - H,O,G

29 Denis SHEEHAN - L(4)

29a Vacant (from Denis SHEEHAN) - H

30a Denis SHEEHAN - H,O,L(13, incl #30b)

30b Margaret SHEEHAN - H,O,L

31 Timothy COLLINS, Johanna DONOHOE - L(39)

32a Patrick COLLINS (Timothy) - H,O,L(11)

33a Patrick DILLANE - H,L(9)

34a Catherine DOODY - H,L(10)

34b Vacant (from Catherine DOODY) - H

35a Joseph SMYTH - Herds, H, O, L(19)





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-35 & 43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Colonel FITZGIBBON


1a John WREN - H,O,L(32)

2a Catherine COTTER - H,O,L(39)

3 Catherine COTTER, John ROCHE - L(24)

4a John ROCHE - H,O,L(42)

4b Joseph WOULFE (from John ROCHE) - H,G

5a David ROCHE - H,O,L(74, incl #5b)

5b Michael ROCHE - H,O,L

6a Edmond LEAHY - H,O,L(75)

7, 8 Edmond LEAHY - L(17,23)

8a Daniel CROWLEY (from Edmond LEAHY) - H,G

9a Daniel REARDON - H,O,L(67)

9b Michael WOULFE (from Daniel REARDON) - H

10a Mary LEAHY - H,O,L(89)

11a Patrick CONNELL - H,O,L(53)

12a Michael GALVIN - H,O,L(48)

12b Timothy MOLONEY (from Michael GALVIN) - H

13 Michael GALVIN, John ENRIGHT, John CURTIN - L(15)

14a John CURTIN - Herds, H, O, L(83)

15 John CURTIN - L(60)

16a John ENRIGHT - H,O,L(23)

17a John HARTNETT - H,O,L(38)

18a Patrick TOOMY - H,O,L(27)

19a John TOOMY - H,O,L(37)

20a Ellen LEAHY - H,O,L(66)

20b Vacant (from Ellen LEAHY) - H

21a John LEER (from Ellen LEAHY) - H,L(1)

22 Honoria LEAHY - L(19)

23,24 Edmond ROCHE - L(17,24)

24a Vacant (from Edmond ROCHE) - H

25 Michael LEAHY, Michael CONNOR - L(18)

26 Timothy DONOHOE - L(26)

27 Daniel MURPHY - L(26)

28 John HARTNETT - L(41)

29 John REARDON - L(34)

29a Denis AHERN - O







Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Colonel FITZGIBBON


1a John CURTIN - H,O,L(85)

1b John SULLIVAN (from John CURTIN) - H,O,G

2a Edmond LEAHY - H,O,L(17)

3a Edmond LEAHY - O,L(34)

4a Edmond LEAHY - Herds, H, O, L(88)

5a Honoria LEAHY - H,O,L(64)

5b Catherine CONNORS (from Honoria LEAHY) - H

6a Michael LEAHY - H,O,L(29, incl #6b)

6b Michael CONNORS - H,O,L

6c Catherine ROCHE (from Michael CONNORS, Michael LEAHY) - H

7a Edmond ROCHE - H,O,L(24)

8a Edmond ROCHE - O,L(29)

9a Timothy DONOHOE - H,O,L(7)

9b Mary DONOHOE - H,O,G

10 Mary DONOHOE - L(25)

11a Daniel MURPHY - H,O,L(42?)

12a John HARTNETT - H,O,L(16)

12b Jeremiah REARDON - H,O

13a John REARDON - H,O,L(17)

14a Denis AHERNE - H,O,L(37)








Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-51 & 52

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified):

Reps Sir Henry B. HAYES


1Aa John DUGGAN (from Philip CONNELL (John)) - H,L(8)

1B,1C,2 John DUGGAN (from Philip CONNELL (John)) - L(8,4,2)

3Aa Philip CONNELL (John) - H,O,L(36)

3B Philip CONNELL (John) - L(6)

4Aa Philip CONNELL (John) - H,O,L(32)

4B Philip CONNELL (John) - L(4)

4Ab Vacant (from Philip CONNELL (John)) - H

5 Philip CONNELL (John), John CONNELL (Thomas) - L(129)

5a Philip CONNELL (John), John CONNELL (Thomas) - Herds, H

6a John CONNELL (Thomas) - H,O,L(45)

7 John CONNELL (John), Patrick LANE (from John CONNELL (Thomas))

- L(6)

8a Patrick LANE - H,O,L(21)

8b Vacant - H

9A Thomas CONNELL (John) - L(2)

9Ba Thomas CONNELL (John) - H,O,L(38)

9Bb, 9Bc Vacant (from Thomas CONNELL (John) - H

10Aa Philip CONNELL (David) - H,O,L(34)

10B Philip CONNELL (David) - L(9)

11a David CONNELL (Thomas) - H,O,L(53)

12a Denis O'CONNELL M.D. - H,O,L(255)

12b, 12c Vacant (from Denis O'CONNELL M.D.) - H

12d Maurice READY (from Denis O'CONNELL M.D.) - H,G

13a Michael BUCKLEY (from Denis O'CONNELL M.D.) - H,L(2)

14A, 14B Johanna CONNELL - L(28,16)

14a Vacant (from Johanna CONNELL) - H

15a Johanna CONNELL - H,O,L(59, incl #15b)

15b Denis CONNORS (from Johanna CONNELL) - H,O,L

16 Denis CONNORS (from Johanna CONNELL) - L(5)

17a Arthur KEEFFE (from Johanna CONNELL) - H,L(5)

18a William REARDON (from Johanna CONNELL) - H,O,L(4)

18b Margaret O'DONNELL (from Johanna CONNELL) - H

19 James CONNELL (Daniel?) (from Johanna CONNELL) - L(2)

19a John BARRETT (from Johanna CONNELL) - H,G

20a James CONNELL (from John CONNELL (Patrick)) - H,L(12)

21 Denis BARRY (from John CONNELL (Patrick)) - L(21)

22a Philip CONNELL (Thomas) (from John CONNELL (Pat)) - H,L(38)

22b Vacant (from Philip CONNELL (Thomas)) - H

22c Daniel FEALY (from Philip CONNELL (Thomas)) - H,G

22d Mary Sweeny (from Philip CONNELL (Thomas)) - H

23a John CONNELL (Patrick) (from Court of Chancery) - H,L(42, incl

#23b & #23c)

23b Michael BARRY (from John CONNELL (Pat)) - H,L

23c Patrick GRADY (from John CONNELL (Pat)) - H,L

23d Honoria CONNELL (from John CONNELL (Pat)) - H

24 River Feale(6)





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-51 & 52

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Patrick HAYES


1 Patrick HAYES (from Rev A. NIXON) - Mountain & Meadow(338,

incl #1 below)

1 Maurice O'DONNELL, Jeremiah SULLIVAN, Michael CONNORS, Denis

DALY, William MURPHY - Mountain & Meadow

1a Vacant - H

1b Daniel BUCKLEY - H

2 Daniel BUCKLEY - L(2)

3a Maurice O'DONNELL - O,L(47)

3b,3c,3d Vacant (from Maurice O'DONNELL) - H

4a Maurice O'DONNELL - H,O,L(40)

4b Denis MURPHY (from Maurice O'DONNELL) - H,G

5a William MURPHY - H,O,L(45)

6a Denis DALY - H,O,L(80, incl #6b & J. SULLIVAN)

6b Michael CONNORS - H,O,L

Jeremiah SULLIVAN - L

6c Hugh COLLINS (from Denis DALY & partners) - H

6d Anne BUCKLEY (from Denis DALY & partners) - H

7a Jeremiah SULLIVAN - H,L(38, incl D. DALY & M. CONNORS)

7 Denis DALY - L

7 Michael CONNORS - L

7b Michael CONNORS - O

7c Thomas ROCHE (from Jeremiah SULLIVAN & partners) - H

8a Patrick HAYES (from Rev A. NIXON) - H,O,L(123)

8b Daniel CALLAGHAN - H,G

8c Ellen McCARTHY - H,G





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42, 43, 51, & 52

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Patrick HAYES


1a John HEALY - H,O,L(39)

2 John HEALY, Patrick CONNORS, Daniel CONNORS - Mountain Land(60)

3A Daniel CONNORS - L(2)

3Ba Daniel CONNORS - H,O,L(46)

4a Daniel CONNORS - H,O,L(54)

5Aa Patrick CONNORS - H,O,L(8)

5B, 5C, 5D Patrick CONNORS - L(1,6,32)

6A Martin DALY - L(3)

6Ba Martin DALY - H,O,L(58)

7A Denis CONNELL - L(3)

7Ba Denis CONNELL - H,O,L(43)

7b Vacant (from Denis CONNELL) - H

8A Denis CONNELL - L(7)

8Ba Denis CONNELL - H,O,L(40)

9A Daniel HEALY - L(10)

9Ba Daniel HEALY - H,O,L(41)

10A Daniel LANE, Patrick LANE - L(8)

10Ba Daniel LANE - H,O,L(46, incl #10Bb)

10Bb Patrick LANE - H,O,L

10Bc Ellen MURPHY (from Daniel & Patrick LANE) - H

10Bd Edward FITZGIBBON (from Daniel & Patrick LANE) - H,G

11A Patrick FITZGIBBON - L(8)

11Ba Patrick FITZGIBBON - H,O,L(40)

11Aa John CONNORS (from Patrick FITZGIBBON) - H,O,L

12Aa Timothy CASEY - H,O,L(79)

12B Timothy CASEY - L(2)

13A Timothy CARROLL - L(6)

13Ba Timothy CARROLL - H,O,L(52)

14A Patrick CONNORS (Martin) - L(30)

14Ba Patrick CONNORS (Martin) - H,O,L(64)

15a Patrick HAYES (Rev A. NIXON) - H,O,L(70)

16 River Feale(12)







Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-52

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Mary HARTNETT


1a Denis McAULIFFE - O,L(133)

1b James KELLY (from Dennis McAULIFFE) - H,O

2a Patrick MURPHY - H,O,L(123)

2b Vacant (from Patrick MURPHY) - O

2c Edward KEEFFE (from Patrick MURPHY) - H,O

3a Patrick HARTNETT - H,O,L(147)

3b Patrick WALSH (from Patrick HARTNETT) - H,G

3 Burial Ground

4A Edmond BARRY - L(16)

4Ba Edmond BARRY - H,O,L(50)

5 Edmond BARRY, Denis BARRY - L(68)

5a Edmond & Denis BARRY - H,O

6A Denis BARRY - L(9)

6Ba Denis BARRY - H,O,L(43)

6b Mary HARTNETT (from Reps Sir Henry B. HAYES) - H

6c Vacant (from Denis BARRY) - H

7A Cornelius BRESNAHAN - L(3)

7Ba Cornelius BRESNAHAN - O,L(48)

7C Cornelius BRESNAHAN - L(5)

7B Denis MAHONY (from Cornelius BRESNAHAN) - G

7Ca Denis MAHONY (from Cornelius BRESNAHAN) - H,O

8 Mary HARTNETT (from Reps Sir Henry B. HAYES) - Cragwood(20)

8a Maurice HARRIGAN - H,O,G

8b Michael HARRIGAN - H





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42 & 43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified):

De Courcey O'GRADY (in Chancery)


1a Rev Thomas CARROLL - H,O,L(22)

1 Rev Thomas CARROLL (from Denis McENIERY) - G

2a Timothy COLLINS - H,O,L(58, incl 2b, 2c)

2b Cornelius COLLINS - H,O,L

2c Bartholomew COLLINS - H,O,L

2d Ellen COLLINS (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - H

3Aa Denis McENIERY (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - H,O,L(15)

3B Denis McENIERY (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - L(5)

Patrick SULLIVAN (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - G

4Aa Daniel CONNORS (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - H,O,L(16)

4B Daniel CONNORS (from Timothy COLLINS & partners) - L(6)

4Ab Honoria ROCHE (from Daniel CONNORS) - H

4Ac Cornelius BOHEN (from Daniel CONNORS) - H,G

5Aa John LYNCH - H,L(18)

5B John LYNCH - L(1)

5Ab Thomas LYNCH (from John LYNCH) - H,G

6A John McENIERY - L(1)

6B John McENIERY - L(16)

6Ba Vacant (from John McENIERY) - H

6Bb Timothy COLLINS (from John McENIERY) - H,G

6Bc Margaret CONNELL (from John McENIERY) - H

7a John McENIERY - H,O,L(35)

8a Maurice WARD - H,O,L(17)

8b Bridget DALY (from Maurice WARD) - H,G

9a Thomas AHERNE (from William CROWLEY) - H,L(2)

10a William CROWLEY - H,O,L(20, incl 10b)

10b Patrick CROWLEY - H,L

11Aa Timothy COLLINS - H,O,L(22, incl 11Ab)

11Ab Mortimer DONOHOE - H,O,L

11B Mortimer DONOHOE & Timothy COLLINS - L(8)

11Ac Honoria DONOHOE (from Mortimer DONOHOE) - H

12a Ellen ERAGHT - H,L(27)

13Aa Bartholomew COLLINS - H,O,L(35, incl 13Ab)

13Ab Bridget COLLINS - H,O,L

13B Bartholomew COLLINS & Bridget COLLINS - L(7)

13Ac Ellen GLEESON (from Bridget COLLINS) - H

14Aa John B COLLINS - H,O,L(29)

14B John B COLLINS - L(6)

15Aa John B COLLINS - H,L(43)

15B John B COLLINS - L(10)

15Ab Margaret ERAGHT (from John B COLLINS) - H,G

16a Cornelius CURTIN - H,O,L(14)

16b John HARTNETT (from Cornelius CURTIN) - H,G

17 Cornelius CURTIN & David LEAHY - L(8)

18a David LEAHY - H,O,L(18)

19A, 19B David LEAHY - L(4,14)

19a Vacant (from David LEAHY) - H

19b Edward SCANLAN (from David LEAHY) - H

20 David LEAHY, Cornelius CURTIN, John CONNELL - L(1)

21A John CONNELL - L(5)

25Ba John CONNELL - H,O,L(11)

21b Vacant (from John CONNELL) - H

22A John DALY, Daniel REARDON - L(1)

22Ba John DALY - H,O,L(69, incl 22Bb)

22Bb Daniel REARDON - H,O,L

23A, 23B Jeremiah SULLIVAN - L(1,3)

23Ca Jeremiah SULLIVAN - H,O,L(19)

23Cb Vacant (from Jeremiah SULLIVAN) - H

24A David COLLINS, John COLLINS - L(2)

24Ba David COLLINS - H,O,L(45, incl 24Bb)

24Bb John COLLINS - H,O,L

24Bc Vacant (from David & John COLLINS) - H

24Bd Mary FITZGERALD (from David & John COLLINS) - H

25Aa John FLINN - H,O,L(21)

25B John FLINN - L(40)

25a John ROCHE (from John FLINN) - School House

26 John FLINN, John COLLINS - L(21)

27a John COLLINS - H,O,L(34)

27b Patrick FLINN (from John COLLINS) - H

27c Jeremiah AHERNE (from John COLLINS) - H

28A Matthew WREN - L(5)

28Ba Matthew WREN - O,L(14)

29a Matthew WREN - H,O,L(23, incl 29b, 29c)

29b John WREN - H,O,L

29c Laurence WREN - H,L

30a Reps (of) William MURPHY (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O,L(56)

30b Maurice COLLINS (from Johanna COLLINS) - H

31 Maurice COLLINS (from Johanna COLLINS) - L(1)

32a John DEE (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O,L(64, incl 32b)

32b Denis DEE (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O,L

33a Maurice McKASSEY (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O,L(60)

34 Maurice McKASSEY - L(28)

34a Patrick REARDON (from Maurce McKASSEY) - H

34b Honoria ERAGHT (from Maurce McKASSEY) - H

34c William ERAGHT (from Maurce McKASSEY) - H

34d Mary CROWLEY (from Maurce McKASSEY) - H

35 Maurice McKASSEY - L(27)

35a Vacant (from Maurice McKASSEY) - H

36a John ERAGHT (Darby) - H,O,L(47, incl 36b)

36b William ERAGHT (Darby) - H,O,L

36c Mary DONOHOE (from John & Wm ERAGHT) - H

37a Patrick SCANLAN (from Johanna COLLINS) - H,O,L(40)

38Aa Patrick KEEFFE - H,O,L(19, incl 38Ab)

38Ab Thomas KEEFFE - H,O,L

38B Patrick KEEFFE, Thomas KEEFFE - L(32)

38Ac John KEEFFE (from Patrick & Thos KEEFFE) - H,O,G

39 Thomas KEEFFE, Patrick KEEFFE - L(5)

40a Patrick KEEFFE - H,L(5, incl 40b, 40c)

40b Bridget KEEFFE - H,L

40c Catherine SHEA - H,L

40d Vacant (from Patrick KEEFFE) - H

41Aa Patrick McCARTHY - H,O,L(22)

41Ba Patrick McCARTHY - Herds, H, O, L(21)

41C Patrick McCARTHY - L(6)

41Ab Vacant (from Patrick McCARTHY) - H

42A William LEAHY - L(15)

42Ba William LEAHY - H,O,L(121)

42Bb Vacant (from William LEAHY) - H

42Bc Vacant (from William LEAHY) - H

42Bd Vacant (from William LEAHY) - H

43Aa Daniel FLANAGAN - H,O,L(30)

43B Daniel FLANAGAN - L(40)

43Ab William HAUGH (from Daniel FLANAGAN) - H,G

44 William HAUGH (from Daniel FLANAGAN) - L(2)

45Aa James FITZGERALD - H,L(31, incl 45Ab)

45Ab Thomas LENIHAN - H,O,L

45B James FITZGERALD, Thomas LENIHAN - L(6)

45Ac William MANLY (from Thos LENIHAN & Jas FITZGERALD) - H

46a Daniel KINNEALLY Jun - H,L(105, incl 46b, 46c, 46d, 46e, 46f)

46b John CASEY - H,O,L

46c Thomas COLLINS - H,L

46d Denis SWEENY - H,L

46e Denis COLLINS - H,L

46f Patrick HARTNETT - H,L

46g Terence McMAHON (from David KINNEALLY Jun) - H,G

46h Mary BUCKLEY (from David KINNEALLY Jun) - H

46i Widow BROWNE (from David KINNEALLY Jun) - H,G





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Colonel FITZGIBBON


1Aa Maurice HARTNETT - H,O,L(83, incl 1Ab)

1Ab David HARTNETT (from Maurice HARTNETT) - H,O,L

1B Maurice HARTNETT - L(5, incl 1B below)

1B David HARTNETT (from Maurice HARTNETT) - L

1Ac Philip ERAGHT (from Maurice HARTNETT) - H,O

1Ad John CONNORS (from Maurice HARTNETT) - H,G

2a John HARTNETT Jun - O,L(88)

2b Mary HARTNETT John (from John HARTNETT Jun) - H,G

3a John HARTNETT - H,O,L(103)

4a John HARTNETT - H,O,L(141)

4b Vacant (from John HARTNETT) - H

5a Bridget SULLIVAN - H,O,L(37)

5b Maurice HARTNETT Jun. (from Bridget SULLIVAN) - H,G

5c Catherine SULLIVAN (from Bridget SULLIVAN) - H,G

6Aa William HARTNETT (Kate) - H,O,L(39)

6B William HARTNETT (Kate) - L

6Ab Denis HARTNETT (from William HARTNETT (Kate)) - H

7a Patrick SULLIVAN (Kate) - H,O,L(33)

8a Patrick HARTNETT (John) - H,O,L(39)

8b Timothy CASEY (from Patrick HARTNETT (John)) - H

9a Maurice MOORE - H,O,L(32)

10a Jeremiah SULLIVAN - H,O,L(30)

11(a) Patrick HARTNETT - H,O,L(12, incl 11(b) below)

11(b) Timothy HARTNETT - H,O,L

12a James FITZGERALD (Patrick) - H,O,L(47)

13a James FITZGERALD (James) - H,O,L(52, incl 13b)

13b Edward FITZGERALD - H,O,L

14a John CURTIN - H,O,L(91)

14b Michael WALSH (from John CURTIN) - H,O,L

15A, 15B John CURTIN - L(14,6)

15Ba Vacant (from John CURTIN) - H,O





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified):

Reps Viscount GUILLAMORE


1 John HARTNETT - L(84)

1a Vacant (from John HARTNETT) - H

2A Julia KEEFFE - L(13)

2Ba Julia KEEFFE - H,O,L(60)

2C Julia KEEFFE - L(77)

2Bb John KEEFFE (from Julia KEEFFE) - H

2Ca Daniel CROWLEY (from Julia KEEFFE) - H,G

3a Maurice HARTNETT Jun. - H,L(13)

3b John HARTNETT (from Maurice HARTNETT) - H

3c William SHANAHAN (from John HARTNETT) - H,G

4a Philip LYONS - H,L(10)

5a Timothy SEXTON - H,O,L(10)

6a John WALSH - H,L(11)

7a James McENIERY - H,L(4)

8 Daniel LEAHY (Maurice) - L(45)

8a Vacant (Daniel LEAHY (Maurice)) - H,O

9a Daniel LEAHY (Maurice) - H,O,L(83)

9b Richard MARA (from Daniel LEAHY (Maurice)) - H

10 Daniel LEAHY (Maurice) - L(2)

11a Mathias QUILTER - H,O,L(45)

12 Mathias QUILTER, John FITZGERALD - L(25)

13a John FITZGERALD - H,O,L(80)

13b Patrick FITZGERALD (from John FITZGERALD) - H,O

14a Maurice HARTNETT (John) - H,O,L(4)

14b Vacant (from Maurice HARTNETT (John)) - H

15a Thomas COLLINS - H,L(7)

15b Michael ROCHE (from John FITZGERALD) - H,G

16a Denis CULLINANE - H,O,L(31)

16b Vacant (from Denis CULLINANE) - H

16c Vacant (from Denis CULLINANE) - H, Sm G

16d Patrick HARTNETT (from Denis CULLINANE) - H

17a Patrick FITZGERALD - H,O,L(43)





Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-43 & 52

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified):

Reps Viscount GUILLAMORE


1A, 1B Maurice HARTNETT - L(24,5)

2A Michael HARTNETT (Wm) (from Daniel LEAHY (Maurice) - L(3)

2Ba Michael HARTNETT (Wm) (from Daniel LEAHY (Maurice) - H,O,L(22)

3a Michael HARTNETT (Wm) - O,L(21)

4a Patrick CURTIN - H,O,L(50)

5a Johanna DONOHOE - H,O,L(150)

Patrick FITZGERALD (from Johanna DONOHOE) - G

6a Catherine BARRETT - H,O,L(61)

7 Catherine BARRETT, Patrick CURTIN, William FITZGERALD - L(151)

7a Maurice MURPHY (from Catherine BARRETT & partners) - H

8a William FITZGERALD - H,O,L(59)

8b Vacant (from William FITZGERALD) - H

8c Cornelius MAHONY (from William FITZGERALD) - H,G

8d John McCARTHY (from William FITZGERALD) - H

9a David LEAHY (Maurice) - H,O,L(126)

9b Michael BARRETT (from David LEAHY (Maurice)) - H,G

10 Honoria LEAHY - L(47)

10a Vacant (from Honoria LEAHY) - H

10b Bridget MARA (from Honoria LEAHY) - H

11a James McCARTHY (Simon(?)) - H,L(20)

12 Denis CULLINANE - L(47)

12a Vacant (from Denis CULLINANE) - H

13 Denis CULLINANE - L(4)

14 Julia KEEFFE - L(6)

15a Eugene MAHONY - H,L(15)

16a James McCARTHY (Denis) - H,L(21)

16b Vacant (from James McCARTHY (Denis)) - H

17 Reps (of) Viscount GUILLAMORE (In Fee) - L(74)






Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42 & 51

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Cunningham ELLIS


1 Edmond FORD (from Earl of Listowel) - L(2)

2a Thomas CARROLL - H,L(28)

3a Timothy HARRIGAN - H,L(31)

3 Burial Ground

4a Francis NELLIGAN - H,O,L(44)



4d Patrick CONNORS(?) (from Francis NELLIGAN) - H

4e Edward FITZGERALD (from Francis NELLIGAN) - H,G

5a Timothy CASEY - H,O,L(33, incl 5b)

5b Michael CASEY - H,O,L

5c Timothy GEANY (from Timothy CASEY) - H

6 John CONNORS - L(19)

7A John CONNORS - L(20)

7Ba John CONNORS - H,O,L(40)

7Bb Jeremiah LYONS Jun. (from John CONNORS) - H,G

7Bc Maurice DILLANE - H

8 Maurice DILLANE - L(25)

9 Richard PRENDERVILLE - L(3)

10A Cunningham ELLIS (in fee) - L(2)

10B Cunningham ELLIS (in fee) - Plantation(5)

10C Cunningham ELLIS (in fee) - L(4)

10a Michael CARROLL - H

11a John COLBERT - H,O,L(31)

12a William COLBERT - H,O,L(39)

13 Reps William MURPHY - L(28)

14 James McINIERY - L(24)

15a Henry MORGAN - H,L(1)

16a John CONNELL - H,O,L(51)

16b John KEEFFE (from John CONNELL) - H,G

17 Rev Edward NORMAN - L(58)

18a William FLINN - H,L(17)

19 Philip COTTER, Reps William MURPHY, Thomas FITZGERALD - L(1)

20a Philip WOULFE - H,O,L(47)

21a Maurice QUIRKE - H,O,L(26)

21b Mary CONNORS (from Maurice QUIRKE) - H,G

22a Honoria GLEESON - H,O,L(29)

22b Edward GLEESON - H,O

23a Edmond CONNELL - H,O,L(28)

24a Jeremiah CONNOR - H,O,L(22)

25a Timothy CONNORS - H,O,L(49)

25b Timothy PIGOTT (from Timothy CONNORS) - H, Forge, G

26 John MURPHY - L(7?)

27 River Feale(31)






Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42 & 51

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Cunningham ELLIS


1a Reps William MURPHY - H,O,L(38)

2a Catherine HEALY - H,L(17)

2b Honoria CONNORS (from Catherine HEALY) - H

3 William MAHONY - L(19)

4a John SHEEHY - H,O,L(69)

4b John SHEEHY Jun. (from John SHEEHY) - H

4c Patrick SHEEHY (from John SHEEHY) - H

4d Patrick O'DONNELL - H

5a Patrick O'DONNELL - O,L(58)

6a Matthew O'DONNELL - H,O,L(36)

6b Peter HEALY (from Matthew O'DONNELL) - H

6c Honoria QUIRKE - H,O

7 Honoria QUIRKE - L(23)

8a Philip COTTER - H,O,L(85, incl 8b)

8b Richard COTTER - H,O,L

8c Vacant (Philip & Richard COTTER) - H

8d John DOODY (Philip & Richard COTTER) - H

8e William MAHONY - H,O,G

9 Philip COTTER, Reps Wm. MURPHY, Thos. FITZGERALD - L(63)

William FLINN - G

10 William FLINN - L(20)

11a James McENIERY - H,O,L(72)

11b Patrick ROCHE (from James McENIERY) - H, Sm G

11c Richard COLLINS (from James McENIERY) - H,G

12 Rev Edward NORMAN - L(1)

13a John MURPHY - H,L(47)

13b Widow MURPHY (from John MURPHY) - H

13c Vacant (from John MURPHY) - H

14a William COTTER - H,O,L(50, incl 14b)

14b James COTTER - H,O,L

15a William HARTNETT - H,O,L(57)

16a John LANE - H,O,L(45)

17a Honoria HARTNETT - H,O,L(83, incl 17b)

17b Maurice HARTNETT - H,O,L

18a John HARTNETT - H,O,L(17)

19 River Feale(6)







Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-42 & 43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified):

Matthew BRITT & Daniel HARTNETT


1A, 1B John COLLINS - L(7,2)

1Ca John COLLINS - H,O,L(27)

2A, 2B, 2C Arthur KEEFFE - L(0,0,2)

2Da Arthur KEEFFE - H,O,L(22)

3a John MURPHY (from John HARTNETT) - H,L(3)

4A, 4B, 4C John HARTNETT - L(5,1,1)

4Da John HARTNETT - H,O,L(19)

4Ba Vacant (from John HARTNETT) - H

5A, 5B John HARTNETT - L(3,22)

5a Patrick COLLINS (from John HARTNETT) - H,O,G

6A John HARTNETT - L(12)

6Ba John HARTNETT - O,L(60)

6Aa Cornelius CURTIN (from John HARTNETT) - H

6Ba Mary SHEA (from John HARTNETT) - H

7Aa Garrett PIERCE (from John HARTNETT) - H,L(25)

7B Garrett PIERCE (from John HARTNETT) - L(4)

8a Patrick CONNORS (from John HARTNETT) - H,O,L(28)

9a Catherine DOODY (from Reps of Wm HARTNETT & partners --

hereinafter written "W H & part.")- H,G(1)

9b William MURPHY (from W H & part.) - H

9c Daniel HARTNETT (from W H & part.) - H,G

9d Ellen DOODY (from W H & part.) - H,G

10 Reps of Wm F. HARTNETT, Reps of Daniel HARTNETT, Reps of Wm

HARTNETT (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - L(25)

10a Lawrence WREN (from W H & part.) - H,G

10b Bridget COSTELLO (from W H & part.) - H, Sm G

11 Reps of Wm HARTNETT (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - L(30)

11a Vacant (from Reps of Wm HARTNETT) - H

11b Jeremiah NEVILLE (from Reps of Wm HARTNETT) - H

12a Reps Wm HARTNETT (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - H,O,L(46)

12b John BUCKLEY (from Reps of Wm HARTNETT) - H

12c John SCANLAN (Reps of Wm HARTNETT) - H,G

13 Reps of Wm HARTNETT, Reps of Daniel HARTNETT (from Matthew

BRITT & partners) - L(5)

14a Reps of Wm F HARTNETT (from Reps of Matthew BRITT & partners)

- H,L(40)

14b Vacant (Reps of Wm F HARTNETT) - H

14c Vacant (Reps of Wm F HARTNETT) - H

14d Michael NEALE (Reps of Wm F HARTNETT) - H

14e Michael DOODY (Reps of Wm F HARTNETT) - H

15Aa Reps of Daniel HARTNETT (from Matthew BRITT & partners) -


15B Reps of Daniel HARTNETT (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - L(2)

15Ab Vacant (from Reps of Daniel HARTNETT) - H


15c Patrick HARTNETT (from Reps of Daniel HARTNETT) - H

16A, 16B John CONNORS (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - L(30,9)

16Aa Vacant (from John CONNORS) - H

17a John CONNORS (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - H,O,L(20)

17 David LEAHY (Daniel) (from R. ELLIS) - L (Strand)

18 John CONNORS, Mary CONNORS (Michl) (from Matt. BRITT &

partners) - L(5)

19 Mary CONNORS (Michl) (from Matt. BRITT & partners) - H,O,L(9)

20A Danl SCANLAN, Mary CONNORS (Pat) (from Matthew BRITT &

partners) - L(5)

20Ba Daniel SCANLAN (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - H,O,L(33,

incl 20Bb)

20Bb Mary CONNORS (Pat) (from Matthew BRITT & partners) - H,O,L

21Aa Michael BUCKLEY - H,O,L(58, incl 21Ab, 21Ac)

21Ab Timothy SCANLAN - H,O,L

21Ac Jeremiah BUCKLEY - H,O,L

21B Michael BUCKLEY, Timothy SCANLAN, Jeremiah BUCKLEY - L(5)

22 Jeremiah BUCKLEY, Timothy SCANLAN, Michael BUCKLEY, Daniel


23A, 23B Catherine COLLINS (from Earl of DUNRAVEN) - L(1,3)

24a Michael TOOMEY - Herds, H, O, L(87)

25 Michael TOOMEY, John CONNORS - L(1)

26Aa Michael TOOMEY - H,O,L(93)

26B, 26C, 26D Michael TOOMEY - L(8,3,5)

26Ab Timothy BUCKLEY (from Michael TOOMEY) - H

26Ba Vacant (from Michael TOOMEY) - H,O

27 John McAULIFFE - L(10)

28a John McAULIFFE - H, O, Tuck Mill, L(17)

29A, 29B Patrick FITZGERALD - L(0,1)

A,B Matt BRITT, Danl C. HARTNETT (from Viscount SOUTHWELL) -


30Aa Patrick FITZGERALD - H,O,L(34)

30B, 30C Patrick FITZGERALD - L(1,3)

31A, 31B, 31C, 31D Matthew BRITT, Daniel C. Hartnett (from

Viscount SOUTHWELL) - L(15,5,2,4)






Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-34 & 42

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Earl of DUNRAVEN


1a Denis CONNELL - H,O,L(35)

2a Michael CONNELL - H,O,L(52)

3 Catherine COLLINS - L(261)

3a Vacant (from Catherine COLLINS) - H,O

3b Denis LANE (from Catherine COLLINS) - H,O

4a Catherine COLLINS - H,O,L(167, incl 4b)

4b John NEALE (from Catherine COLLINS) - H,O,L

5 Michael TOOMEY (from Matthew BRITT & Daniel C HARTNETT) - L(1)

6A, 6B John HARTNETT - L(7,119)

6a Daniel BUCKLEY (from John HARTNETT) - H,O

6b Joseph BUCKLEY (from John HARTNETT) - H,O

7A Patrick BRODER (John), Wm BRODER - L(8)

7Ba William BRODER - H,O,L(99, incl 7Bb)

7Bb Patrick BRODER (John) - Herds, H, O, L

7c Widow LYNCH (from William BRODER) - H

7d Edward BROWNE (from Patrick BRODER (John)) - H

8a Patrick BRODER (John) - Herds, H, O, L(144)

8b William BRODER (Patrick) (from Patrick BRODER (John)) - H,O

9Aa John McCARTHY - H,O,L(19)

9B, 9C John McCARTHY - L(2,1)

10 John McCARTHY, Francis McCARTHY - L(3)

11A Francis McCARTHY - L(5)

11Ba Francis McCARTHY - H,O,L(21)

11Bb Ellen McCARTHY (from Francis McCARTHY) - H,O,G

12 Maurice HARTNETT - L(6)

13a Maurice HARTNETT - H,O,L(76, incl 13b)

13b Timothy HARTNETT - H,O,L

14 Timothy HARTNETT - L(5)

15A David ROCHE, John HARTNETT - L(13)

15Ba John HARTNETT - H,O,L(67, incl 15Bb)

15Bb David ROCHE - H,O,L

16a John BARRETT - H,O,L(38)

17a James HARTNETT - H,O,L(62)

17b Vacant (from James BARRETT) - H

18 James BARRETT, John BARRETT, Edmond FITZGERALD - L(24)

19a Edmond FITZGERALD - H,O,L(47)

20 Edmond FITZGERALD, James BARRETT, John BARRETT, Timothy


21A Philip CONNELL - L(1)

21Ba Philip CONNELL - H,O,L(20)

22A John BRODER (Cashel) - L(1)

22Ba John BRODER (Cashel) - H,O,L(29)

22C John BRODER (Cashel) - L(4)

22Bb Vacant (from John BRODER (Cashel)) - H

23 Julia TOOMEY, Honoria TOOMEY - L(15)

24 Honoria TOOMEY - L(51)

25a Julia TOOMEY - H,O,L(118)

25b Honoria TOOMEY - H,O

25c John DORE (from Thomas TOOMEY) - H,G

26a John BRODER Jun - H,O,L(59)

26b Johanna BRODER (from John BRODER) - H,G

27a Patrick BRODER - H,O,L(62)

27, 28 Patrick FITZGERALD (from Matthew BRITT & Daniel C

HARTNETT) - L(1,0)

29 River Feale(4)






Civil Parish: Abbeyfeale

Map Ref: OS-34, 35, 42, & 43

Immediate Lessor (unless otherwise specified): Rev. R. BATEMAN


1a Timothy McCARTHY (from Patk HAYES & executors of the late Wm

HARTNETT, hereinafter "HAYES & HARTNETT") - H,O,L(78, incl 1b)

1b Bartholomew O'BRIEN (from HAYES & HARTNETT) - H,O,L

1c John McCARTHY (from Bartholomew O'BRIEN) - H

2A Patrick AHERNE (from HAYES & HARTNETT) - L(14)

2Ba Patrick AHERNE (from HAYES & HARTNETT) - H,O,L(56)

2Bb Daniel BRODER (from Patrick AHERNE) - H

3Aa Denis COLLINS (from Patrick HAYES) - H,O,L(42)

3B Denis COLLINS (from Patrick HAYES) - L

3Ab Michael CARMODY (from Denis COLLINS) - H

4A John FENNELL (from Wm HARTNETT) - L(4)

4Ba John FENNELL (from Wm HARTNETT) - H,O,L(48)

5a James MAHONY (from Wm HARTNETT) - H,O,L(47)

6A 6B Bartholomew O'BRIEN (from Wm HARTNETT) - L(2,6)

6Ca Bartholomew O'BRIEN (from Wm HARTNETT) - H,O,L(18)

7A Timothy O'BRIEN (from Wm HARTNETT) - L(3)

7Ba Timothy O'BRIEN (from Wm HARTNETT) - H,O,L(16)

8A Jeremiah ROURKE (from Timothy MURPHY) - L(1)

8Ba Jeremiah ROURKE (from Timothy MURPHY) - H,O,L(37)

9 Margaret BRODER (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - Meadow(5)

Jeremiah ROURKE (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - Meadow(1)

Ellen DOODY & Daniel CONNORS (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - Meadow,


10a Margaret BRODER (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,L(79)

10b Thomas BRODER (from Margaret BRODER) - H

10c John BRODER (from Margaret BRODER) - H

11A Margaret BRODER - L(4?)

11Ba Margaret BRODER - H,O,L(37)

11Bb Timothy MURPHY (from Margaret BRODER) - H,O,G(1)

12A Daniel COLLINS - L(12)

12Ba Daniel COLLINS - H,O,L(58)

12Bb Margaret McCARTHY (from Daniel COLLINS) - H,G

13a Richard HARTNETT - H,O,L(38)

14a Daniel T. HARTNETT - H,O,L(39)

15A Daniel MURPHY (Michl), John MURPHY - L(3)

15Ba Daniel MURPHY (Michl) - H,O,L(89, incl 15Bb)

15Bb John MURPHY - H,O,L

15Bc Mary HICKEY (from Danl & John MURPHY) - H,G

15Bd Thomas CONNORS (from Danl & John MURPHY) - H,G

15Be Michael CULLINANE (from Danl & John MURPHY) - H,G

16 Mary HICKEY (from Danl & John MURPHY) - L(1)

17Aa Daniel CONNORS (from Danl & John MURPHY) - H,O,L(92, incl


17Ab Ellen DOODY (from Danl & John MURPHY) - H,O,L

17B, 17C Daniel CONNORS, Ellen DOODY (from Johanna O'CONNOR) -


17Ac Patrick FITZMAURICE (from Daniel CONNORS) - H,O

18a John CONNORS (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L(50, incl 18b)

18b Richard CONNORS (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L

19A John RELEHAN (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - L(1)

19Ba John RELEHAN (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L(63)

19Bb Mary DOODY (from John RELEHAN) - H,G

19Bc Daniel MURPHY (from John RELEHAN) - H,G

19Bd Vacant (from John RELEHAN) - H

20A Ellen CONNELL (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - L(5?)

20Ba Ellen CONNELL (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L(46)

20Bb John FORD (from Ellen CONNELL) - H,G

20Bc Patrick COLLINS (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H

21 Daniel MURPHY (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - L

22 David DORE (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - L(1)

23a Daniel REARDON (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L(72)

23b Vacant (from Daniel REARDON) - H

23c Vacant (from Daniel REARDON) - H

24Aa John REARDON (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L(16)

24B, 24C John REARDON (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - L(43,5)

24Ab Daniel COLLINS (from John REARDON) - H

John RELEHAN (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - G

25a Timothy GALVIN (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,L(37, incl 25b)

25b James GALVIN (from Johanna O'CONNOR) - H,O,L

26 Timothy MURPHY - L(2)

27 Rev. R. BATEMAN (from Viscount SOUTHWELL) - Fair Green(2)

27a Vacant - H

27b Vacant - H

27c Michael HEALY - H

27d David DORE - H

27e Honoria DORE - H,G

27f Nicholas BOURKE - H

27g Ellen DORE - H