LOCALS 2

 

Local Emigrants

Sample from www.Ellisisland.org

Relihan Family
Dora of Newtownsandes left in 1911 aged 30y, Mary A of Ballylongford left 1921 a20y, Bridget of Newtownsandes left 1911 a 29y,Mary of Duagh left 1915 a 24y,
Lizzie of Abbeyfeale left 1898, Mary of Listowel left 1895, Katie of Listowel left 1908, Kate of Listowel left 1901, Willie of Listowel left 1902, Bridget of Listowel left 1905, Michael of Listowel left 1909, Nora of Abbeyfeale left 1904, John of Listowel left 1907, Dora of Newtownsandes left 1906, Annie of Listowel left 1905,
Dan of Kerry left 1903.Jer American Irish of Listowel aged 50y on Lucia 1904,

Stack Family
Anne of Listowel left 1898
Anne of Newtownsandes left 1909
Bridget of Ballybunion left 1912
Bridie of Listowel left a 26 in 1921
Cissie of ? left in a19 in 1913
D of Tullamore left a 19 in 1903
Denis of Duagh left 1905 a22y
Edward of Listowel left 1899 a15y
Edward of Newtownsandes left 1909 a 22y
Edward of Lisselton left 1914 a 29y
Edward of Ballybunion left 1920 a 8y
Edward of Listowel left 1913 a 34y

Hanrahan
Denis of Newtownsandes left in 1904 a20,
Jerry of Newtownsandes left in 1898 a26,
Mary of Listowel left in 1903 a20,
John of Tralee sailed 1904 a 21.

Foley
Tomy left Queenstown on Lucania Sept 17th 1904,
Hannah of Listowel left 1909 aged 22,
Hannah of Lixnaw sailed 1905 aged 16,
Hannah of Tralee sailed 1898 a26,
Also on board Mgt & Belle Shannahan of Torberesn?
John Fitzgerald of Tralee a23y. Jer Relihan of Listowel American Irish a50y.

Kennelly
Cornelius of Utica New York arrived 1923 aged 63, Cornelius of Ballylongford arrived 1909 aged 23.

Keane
Cornelius Keane of Gortnaskeha left 1905 a25 on Oceanic from Queenstown,
Daniel of Listowel left 1903 a24, Daniel of Tarbert left 1907 a19, Daniel of Listowel left 1910 a36, Daniel of Ballylongford left 1901 a 23, Daniel of Listowel left 1904 a28,
Oceanic Local list from Liverpool / Queenstown April 1905
Con Keane Ballybunion a25, William a25Bridget a22 and Edward Behane a20 of Listowel, Mary Kelly a19 Gortnaskeha, Thomas Boland Kerry a23, Kathleen Clancy a22 of Kilrush,
Maurice Mc Elligott a26 of Listowel, William Cahill a23 of Brosna, Michael Leahy a20 of Listowel, Ellen Ambrose a16 of Newcastlewest, Mortimer O Sullivan of Tralee,

Daniel A Nolan of Plattsburg New York arrived 1916 a42, Daniel Andrew Nolan of Plattsburg arrived 1917 a43 no details of place of birth.

Maurice Woulfe left 1907 a22 of Listowel, Maurice Woulfe of Athea left 1909 a21.

Local list for Carmania from Queenstown Aug 1907.
Maurice Woulfe of Listowel a22, Wm. Madden of Ballyhahill a28, William Mullane of Newcastlewest a23, John O Leary of Castlegregory a28, Richard Wallace USA Citizen of Glin, John Noonan of Ballybunion a30, Matt Mc Mahon of Listowel a27.

Mahony
Mary of Ballybunion on Majestic Aug 1912. Mary of Bally? Left 1899 a28, Mary of Ballyheigue left 1911 a35, Mary of Bally? Left 1911 a15y, Mary of Ardfert left 1903 a56, Mary of Ardfert left 1924 a21, Mary of Tralee left 1900 a20, Mary of Glandore left 1903 a 19, Mary Bridget Mahony of Waterford left 1920 a25,
Mary Bridget Mahony of Newtownlands? born 13-5-1901 lived at Park Av New ? Social Security Index 1950.

Joseph Barrett arrived July 9th 1909 on Umbria.


Pat Dowd of Keil? Kerry left Queenstown in Arizona on June 13th 1893,Pat Dowd of Glinsk? left Queenstown on Carmania 8th April 1921 a 26y.

Bernard Ahern Abbeyfeale USA born left Queenstown on Nov 10th 1904 on Ship Oceanic, Bridget Ahern of Athea left Liverpool on Celtic March 19th 1923.

David Ruddle of Asdee Sept 2nd 1906 from Queenstown on Ship Celtic

Pat Kirby of Abbeyfeale 1903 a 21y, Pat Kirby of Ballyheigue 1915 a 25y. Pat Kirby of Listowel 1909 a 21y, Pat Kirby Do 1899 a 24y.

Carmody
John of Ballylongford 1920 a 23y, John of Listowel a 31y in 1920, John of Tarbert 1911 a 23y, John of Listowel 1912 a 22y, John of Ballylongford 1914 a 20y, John of Rockchapel a 18y in 1920, John of Listowel 1920 a a18y,

John Moran of Newcastle 1905 a30y, John Moran of Askeaton 1901 a23y

American Wall of Honour
Name and Panel number
Tom F Connell Lixnaw 087, Coleman O Connell of Limerick 318,
Mary O Connell Lyons of Mount Collins 265, Mary O Connell Stack 419,
John P & Catherine O Connell Ahern Athea 010, Ml J O Connell Tralee,
Pat & Susan O Connell Perryman 670, Tim Joe O Connor Newcastlewest 328,
Bridget Curtin O Connor Knocknagoshel 545, Margaret O Connor Brosna 545,
Michael & Ellie O Connor Causeway 626

Margo & Mary Leahy Sheehan Kerry, Dan Leahy Tournafulla 616,Julia Leahy Limerick 248, John Leahy Brosna 248, Nora Daly Leahy Knocknagoshel 248, John Leahy Lixnaw 248.

James J Barrett Kerry 029, Mary Barrett Fitzmaurice Kerry 141, Margaret Dowling Barrett Kerry 489, Denis J Barrett Kerry 489, Maurice & Mary Barrett O Connell Kerry & Mayo 626.

Peter & Annie Fitzgerald Causeway 141, Elizabeth Sullivan Fitzgerald Bailegaw ? Kerry 141, Catherine Fitzgerald Crean 092, Francis J Fitzgerald Sr. Ireland 141, Delia Cecelia Fitzgerald Ford? Kerry 141, Mary Fitzgerald & Family Deerpark Lixnaw 511, Pat Fitzgerald & Family Derry West Kerry 600, Catherine C Fitzgerald Fanning Kerry 658.
Sailed from Queenstown Aug 1904 on Lucania John Fitzgerald of Tralee aged 23yrs

Eugene P & Ellen O Connor Moran Kerry 301, John & Nora Moran Groark 517, John Joe & Anne Clancy Moran Kerry & Clare.

Nora Kennelly Conly Ballybunion 500, Eileen Kennelly Mc Gonigal Newtownsandes 285, Ted Kennelly Ballylongford 220, George Francis Kennelly Kerry 220.

Griffin
Pat & Ellen Griffin O Leary Ballyheigue 668, Tom J Griffin Limerick 605, Catherine Griffin Ballybunion 605, Ellen Griffin Donovan Kerry 118, Margaret T Griffin Kerry 175, Mary Griffin Mc Kenna Kerry 286,

Grady
Mary Stokes O Grady Rathkeale 319, Dan Grady Kerry 604, James A & Mary Donnelly Grady Kerry 604, Mary A O Grady Hynes Kerry 522, Catherine O Grady Kerry 545, Tim J & Hannah O Grady Anglin Kerry 017, Denis J & Linda Attianese O Grady Limerick,

Died at Grosse Isle without relatives 1847
E Connell & sisters on Urania, Richard Griffin and brothers on Clarendon

Asylum for widows and children Toronto 1847/48

Matt Tierney a 14y sent to Dr Barton, Ellen Nash a 25y sent to W H Edward,
Hugh Tierney a 10y sent to James Johnson Wagon Maker,
John Gallivan a 16y sent to Richard Butler a Smith, Peggy Purcell a 7y sent to John Desmond, Kitty Casey a 12y to John Connor a Farmer, Mary Casey a 10y to Peter Ouster, Peter Kearns a9y to Michael O Connor a farmer,
Michael Kearns a 7y to Michael Noland a farmer, Pat Grant 13y to Chas Doherty a farmer of Toronto Town'p, Martin Grant a 6y to Joe Auger a Farmer, Anne Noon a10y to Tom Cunningham a farmer, John Noon a 10y to Do, Bernard Flaherty a 10y to John Callaghan,
14 million Catholics in USA 1910.
They had 5,000 Schools, with 1.4 million students, 400 Hospitals with .5 million patents per Year, 300 Orphanages with 50,000 children.

 

Peterborough Settlement
Ml Costelloe Listowel d aged 43y in 1826 his family went also to Canada.
Denis Shanahan a 33y and family of Listowel
James Stack a 25y died 1831, Mary Pope 16y of Listowel
John Kennelly a34y, Ellen 35y, Wm. 12y died 1825, Pat 8y, Jas3, John 1,
Of Kilbehenny Limerick

Cahill Family
Tom a38, Johanna a36, John a17, Michael a15, Mary a14, Johanna a9, Tom a4, James a1, all native of Listowel.

Maddingan Family
Owen a60, Michael a29 also called Bart Kennelly, James a27, Benjamin a24, Mary a22 married Bart Kennelly, Owen a20, Denis a18, Mathew a15, Bridget a13, all of Colemans Well Co Limerick.


Portland For Charlestown end of March 1803
Limerick Names
Charley Adams a48, wife Mgt 39y, Tom O Duyer 22y, Ml O Donovan 26y,
Mgt Fehilly 24y,Joe Fihilly 7y, John 3y, Mary 2y.

Jeanie Johnson index sample

New York
Moloney to New York
James to NY aged 12 in 1847, Jas a 21 in 1841, Jas a 23 in 1845,
Jas a 27 in 1847, Jas a 30 in 1849, Jas a 42 in 1840, Jas a 10y in 1840,

Michael a 26 in 1840, Ml 34y in 1847, Ml in 1845, Ml 20y in 1848,
Ml 24y in 1849,

Thomas 19y in 1842, Tom 17y in 1849, Tom 7y in 1849

New Orleans
James Moloney to New Orleans a 26y in 1849, Jas 22y in 1852,
Jas 1852, Ml 6y in 1851, Ml 8y in 1849,

Connor to New Orleans
Johanna age 31y in 1847, James a 23y in 1848, John a24y in 1847, John a 8y in 1847, James a0 in 1849, James a26y in 1850, John a 24 in 1850, John a 3 in 1850, All following are John, a40y in 1850, a22 in 1849, a26y in 1850, a3y in 1847, a21y in 1850, a23y in 1850, a22y in 1848, a25y in 1850, a25y in1847, a15y in 1848, a25 in 1848, a 27y in 1850, a20y in 1850, a12y in 1852, a8y in 1848

Joan Connor aged 40y in 1851 to New Orleans, Julia a11y in 1848, James a 27y in 1848, Johanna a 5y in 1857, James a18y in 1848, James a 27y in 1848, Jane a18y in 1849, James a 0y in 1849, James a 26y in 1850, Johanna a 31y in 1849,

Daly to New Orleans
John a24y in 1849, J a20y in 1849, Johanna a 10y in 1849, Judy a0 in 1849, Joseph a 35y in 1849, John a 9y in 1848, James a8y in 1848, John a 30y in 1850, Julia a 19y in 1849, John a 40y in 1848, John a 17y in 1848, John a 12y in 1850, John a 30y in 1849, J a35 in 1851, Jeremiah a 25y in 1851, John a 34y in1853, John a 15y in 1853, J a18y in 1852, James a 7y in 1859, Judy a 5y in 1853, John a1 in 1851, Joseph a 5y 1851, John a 20y in 1849, John a 26y in 1853, James a35y in 1848, James a0 in 1848, James a 24y in 1849, John a 22y 1849, John a 20y in 1852, John a 32y in 1852,

Daly to New York
John a20y in 1848, James a 30y in 1849, John a 30y in 1849, John a 50y in 1849, J a 8y in 1847, James a 34y in 1849, James a 18y in 1849, John a 20y in 1849, James a 24y in 1849, John a 50y in 1849, John a 34y in 1849, John a 35y in 1849, James a 25y in 1849, James a 28y in 1849, Jane a 15y in 1849, Julia a 12y in 1849, John a 7y in 1849,John a 9 in 1847, Julia a 30y in 1849, Johanna a 13y in 1847, John a 23y in 1849,James a 25y in 1849, John a 45y in 1849, John a 45y in 1849,

Griffin to New Orleans
John a 30y in 1848, John a 22y in 1850, John a 30y in 1849, John Continued, a26y in 1851, a24y in 1850, a25y in 1851, a 40y in 1848, a21y in 1852, a 40y in 1850, a 25y in 1848, a21y in 1850, a 20y in 1850, a 25y in 1853, a 6 in 1853, a 24y in 1847,

James a 19y in 1847, James a20y in 1847, Johanna a 5y in 1851, James a22y in 1851, Jane a 20y in 1853, Joan a20y in 1851, James a 20y in 1851, Johanna a 20y in 1853, Johanna a 20y in 1853, James a 0y in 1850, James a 25y in 1850, Jane a 7y in 1848, James a 12y in 1848, Johanna a 45y in 1851,

Hudson to USA
John a 21y in 1847, J a54y in 1847, James a 11y in 1847,

Hudson to New Orleans
William a 25y in 1849, William a 25y in 1850, William a22y in 1852, William a 55y in 1852,William a 22y in 1858, William a 33y in 1852,

Hudson to New York
All William Hudson, a 7 in 1844, a39y in 1846, a35y in 1844, a 51y in 1841, a14y in 1847, a22y in 1848, a33y in 1843, a24y in 1848, a32y in 1848, a30y in 1849,

John Kennelly to New Orleans a24y in 1848, James Kennelly Do a18y in 1851,

Kennelly to New York
J a34 in 1947,Johanna a20 in 1848, James a32 in 1848, John a28 in 1848, J a20 in 1848, John a35 in 1848, Jane a24 in 1848, Johanna a45 in 1847,

Stokes to New Orleans c1849
John aged 0y , John a35y, Joseph a44, J a30, John a 35y.
Stokes to New York c1849
James a23 , Joseph a21y, John a 9, Jane a4, John a24y, John a45y, John a24y, John a24y,James a28y,

Goulding to New Orleans c1849
John a40y, Jeremiah a25y, Julia Ann a13,

Goulding to New York c1849
Johanna a40y, John a14y, John a50y, Joseph a40y, James a16y, John a24y, Jane a27y,

Golden to New Orleans c1849
John a40y, James a16y, James a20y, John, a28y, James a23y,

Golden to New York c1849
James a22y, James a 13y, John a22y, John a9y, John a21y, John a62y, John a18y.


Ellis Island index sample continued
Bridget Mahony of Newtownsandes left 1913, Dan Mahony of Lisselton left in 1912.

 

C A Hudson Queenstown 1903 on Cymris American
John Hennessy Ballybunion 1905 age 68y
Jeremiah Hennessy Lixnaw 1912 age 19y
Bridget Connell Abbeyfeale 1905 a31y
Denis Connell Abbeyfeale 1903 a 21y
Johanna Connell Listowel 1899 a 25y on Etruria
Catherine Galvin Listowel 1922 on Cedric
Alice Galvin Listowel 1922 on Cedric
Annie Galvin Tullamore 1910
Con Galvin Listowel 1909
John Galvin Abbeyfeale
John Galvin Listowel 1901
Jeremiah Galvin Listowel 1905
Mrs Johanna Flavin Listowel 1904 a38y US Citizen
Annie Flavin Glin 1912 a38y
Kate Flavin Tarbert 1906

On Board Oceanic 1912 from Queenstown the following
Michael Stokes Askeaton 30y
Patrick Liston Athea 26y
Mary Langan Athea 22y
Annie Flavin Glin 19y
Catherine Kirby Newtownsandes 22y
Bridget Connor Glin 17y
Margaret Kiernan Glin 21y
William Lynch Athea 24y
Laurence Moloney Ennistymon 21y

Celtic left Queenstown June 1920
Sample list of passengers

Michael Keys a 23y of Limerick
Ellen Horan a 47y of Tralee
Edward Carmody a 25y of Listowel
Bridget Mary Cullinane a 22y of Newcastle Tipperary
Mary Anne O Rourke a 20y of Limerick
Bridget Curtin a 19y of British Irish Hospital
John Cunningham a 21y of Glin
Jeremiah Duggan a19y Tralee
Michael Daly a 25y of Farrenfore
Hannah Duggan a 22y of Tralee
Ellie Fitzgerald a 20y of Cappalegue Kerry
Tom Shaughnessy a 25y of Glin
Peter O Dea a 21y of Kilmurry Clare
Mary O Brien of Ballyduff Ireland
Tom Organ of Liscannor
Mac Stanley 21y of Ballyhahill
Bridget Ryan a 20y of Limerick
William Strich a 28y of Killaloe
Kathleen Ryan a19y of Limerick
Pat M Roche a 19y of Rathkeale
John M Roche a24y of Abbeyfeale
Tom Brosnan of Ardfert
Nellie Weir a23y of Listowel
John Barrett a 17y of Newcastlewest
Bridget Wills a 25y of Newcastlewest
James Wren a22y of Tarbert
John Wills a 25y of Newcastlewest
Mary Anne O Rourke a 20y of Limerick
Mary Wills 10m of Newcastlewest
Margaret Carroll a 20y of Rockchapel
Agnes Barry a 25y of Limerick
Julia Carroll a 18y of Rockchapel
Arnold Shortis a 18y of Ballybunion
Katie Neville a 19y of Limerick
Lizzie Neville a 25y of Limerick
Margaret Ellen Drury a 20y of Moygara

Etruria from Queenstown 1907
Martin J Tierney, Glentane
Julia Whelan Newtown 16 yr.
Martin M Kennelly, Lenamore 24yrs
Kate & Mary Cotter of Youghal
James Hedley Tralee aged 20
Michael o Rourke Ahabeg 17yrs
Tom Murphy, Acres 20yrs
Denis Hickey, New Market 23yrs
Tom Riordan, 23 yr. Grouse Lodge
John Lehane, Cork
Ellen Leary, Tralee 27yrs
Hanoria O' Rourke, Tralee 51yrs
D O' ?, Tralee 18yrs
Nora Buckley, Abbeyfeale, 20

Caronia from Queenstown 1909
Lillie Cotter, Listowel 22yrs
Mgt E Spring Killimore 23yrs
Mary & Mary & Nora Casey, Limerick
Mgt Fitzgerald, Ballylongford 23yrs
Ellie Ryan, Ballyduff 17yrs
Katie Crotty Kilbaha 18yrs, Clare
Annie Shannon, Limerick 20yrs
Tom O' Brien, Lactlow 22yrs
Michael Collins, Barna, 22yrs
Mary O Donoghue, Limerick 20yrs
Delia Blake 33yrs, Carrigaholt
Ellie Deloughery? Causeway, 21yrs
Lillie Cotter, Listowel 22yrs
Mgt Spring Killmore
Jeremiah M Kennelly, Tarbert 32yrs
Mary Casey, Limerick 28yrs
Catherine Crean, Camp
Julia A Morrissey Lisserhaul? 17
Con Doherty, Moylish, 20yrs
Mary Casey Limerick 1yrs 6months
Hannah Crean, 20yrs Camp
Annie Shanahan? Limerick 20y
John Seery Cloghan 28y
Lena Gilhooly Mohill 21y

Australia
James O Connell born Shanagolden 1837 son of Pat and Killeen Married Joan Kieley a dau of Philip Kieley born c 1838 died 1909 Richmond Victoria
Maurice O Connell of Athea Born c 1837 arrived NSW 1864, he got reference from D Harnett Glin.
James Madigan reached Sydney with his father and family in 1848.
Johanna Eagan of Athea born c 1780 wed Michael Walsh of Coolcapagh in 1805.

Michael Fitzgerald born 1811married Margaret Griffin b c1819 a daughter of Tom and Mary Culhane Griffin of Co Limerick.

Pat Griffin b 1757 died c 1838 wed Mary Burns.

James Griffin b1793 Shanagolden wed in 1814 Mary Sheahan went to Australia 1839.

Mary Moore b c1789 Shanagolden a daughter of Richard Moore and Ellen Windle [she died Victoria 1859] Mary married Michael Fitzgerald b c1787 Shanagolden.

John Tierney of Timple Athea wed in 1860 Mary Danaher who was b c 1830.

David Dower b c 1789 Shanagolden died c 1850
Robert Dore in Gortgloss 1788
Ned Dore b c1800 wed Nora Leahy c1840 [Gortgloss and Newcastlewest]
John Dore b 1808 wed in 1832 Elizabeth O Connor [Gortgloss]
Mce Dore b 1820 Gortgloss died San Francisco 1895,


A Connecticut historianCatalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of

Connecticut, compiled by Royal A. Hinman, Hartford, Conn., 1852.27 mentions Cornelius Connor and links him with one Philip Connor, an emigrant from Ireland to Virginia in 1634, who became a man of great prominence in Kent County, Maryland, and according to some genealogical data furnished to me by one of Philip Connors descendants,Mr. Philip S. P. Conner, late of Rowlandsville, Md., son of Commodore

 

Conner, commander of the American fleet at the siege of Vera Cruz in the war with Mexico.28 Philip Connor was of the OConnors of Ardee Castle, County Kerry, Ireland. Jeremy Connor appears in Exeter town records on October 10, 1664, and probably received a grant of land on that date, although he was not so recorded until January 31, 1681. Three of the sons of Cornelius Con-
[p.94]
nor of Salisbury also located at Exeter and one of them, Cor-
nelius, received grants of land there in 1700 and 1702.
Jeremiah Connor and Anne Gove were married at Exeter on
July 3, 1696, and had four sons: Jeremiah, Jonathan, Philip
and Samuel, and two daughters, Anne and Hannah, all born
at Exeter between 1697 and 1709. The marriages of their four
sons are also recorded; they were the fathers of twenty-eight
children; and, as we are informed by the town historian, the
family has produced in several generations men of prom-
inence.Bells History of Exeter.29 In New Hampshire records twenty-nine Connors
are listed among those who received grants of land, or whose
names appear in the State Papers, at various times in the
eighteenth century, and to the present day this family, which
undoubtedly sprang from the Irish OConnors, is well repre-
sented in New England. In this connection, it is of interest to
note that another large family of New Hampshire Conners
are descended from one David OConnor, who with two
brothers came from Ireland about the middle of the eight-


Name Age Born* Arrived Passenger
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1 Aeane, Manora 23 1876 1899 view view view view view
2 Ahern, Daniel 24 1885 1909 view view view view view
3 Ahern, James 21 1881 1902 view view view view view
4 Ahern, Johanna 18 1887 1905 view view view view view
5 Ahern, Patrick 21 1891 1912 view view view view view
6 Ahern, Patrick 24 1888 1912 view view view view view
7 Backley, Denis 22 1876 1898 view view view view view
8 Barrett, Patrick 21 1892 1913 view view view view view
9 Barry, Hannie 23 1898 1921 view view view view view
10 Barry, Michael 23 1891 1914 view view view view view
11 Brandon, Bridget 25 1881 1906 view view view view view
12 Brandon, Daniel 21 1892 1913 view view view view view
13 Brandon, Daniel 22 1893 1915 view view view view view
14 Brandon, Jeremiah 24 1897 1921 view view view view view
15 Brandon, John 25 1899 1924 view view view view view
16 Brandon, Lizzie 22 1882 1904 view view view view view
17 Brandon, Patrick 27 1897 1924 view view view view view
18 Brassie, Mary 21 1878 1899 view view view view view
19 Brassil, Bridget 21 1877 1898 view view view view view
20 Brassil, Norah 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
21 Bree, Fred. M. 43 1873 1916 view view view view view
22 Bresnan, James 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
23 Brosnan, Kate 20 1882 1902 view view view view view
24 Buckley, Catherine 11 1898 1909 view view view view view
25 Buckley, Cornelius 17 1891 1908 view view view view view
26 Buckley, Edward 32 1868 1900 view view view view view
27 Buckley, Hanna 16 1893 1909 view view view view view
28 Buckley, Mary 21 1888 1909 view view view view view
29 Buckley, Pat 20 1881 1901 view view view view view
30 Buckley, Patrick 24 1882 1906 view view view view view
31 Bunce, John 22 1887 1909 view view view view view
32 Carmody, Mary 19 1905 1924 view view view view view
33 Carr, Annie 20 1901 1921 view view view view view
34 Ann Carr, Mary 23 1893 1916 view view view view view
35 Anne Carr, Mary 22 1886 1908 view view view view view
36 Carr, Michael 22 1898 1920 view view view view view
37 Casey, Mary C. 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
38 Casey, Sylvester 19 1882 1901 view view view view view
39 Collins, Bridget 24 1897 1921 view view view view view
40 Collins, Daniel 23 1883 1906 view view view view view
41 Collins, Hannah 21 1899 1920 view view view view view
42 Collins, James 23 1897 1920 view view view view view
43 Collins, Jer. 26 1884 1910 view view view view view
44 Collins, Jeremiah 26 1884 1910 view view view view view
45 Collins, John 26 1878 1904 view view view view view
46 Collins, Katie 22 1876 1898 view view view view view
47 Collins, Margaret 20 1883 1903 view view view view view
48 Collins, Margt 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
49 Collins, Michel 20 1879 1899 view view view view view
50 Collins, Thomas 22 1881 1903








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51 Collins, Timothy 26 1894 1920 view view view view view
52 Connell, John 25 1877 1902 view view view view view
53 Connors, William 23 1879 1902 view view view view view
54 Cronin, James 19 1885 1904 view view view view view
55 Cronin, James 19 1885 1904 view view view view view
56 Cronin, Kate 32 1872 1904 view view view view view
57 Cronin, Thomas 22 1891 1913 view view view view view
58 Culhane, Ellie 18 1893 1911 view view view view view
59 Culhane, Hannah 20 1887 1907 view view view view view
60 Culhane, Hannah O. 27 1889 1916 view view view view view
61 Culhane, Hannie 20 1884 1904 view view view view view
62 Culhane, Johanna 20 1902 1922 view view view view view
63 Culhane, John 26 1880 1906 view view view view view
64 Culhane, Katie 24 1879 1903 view view view view view
65 Culhane, Patrick 22 1898 1920 view view view view view
66 Cunningham, Hannah 19 1896 1915 view view view view view
67 Cunningham, Maggie 17 1898 1915 view view view view view
68 Dineen, Patrick 21 1882 1903 view view view view view
69 Doody, Maurice 16 1889 1905 view view view view view
70 Driscoll, Bridget 18 1890 1908 view view view view view
71 Driscoll, Jeremiah 26 1883 1909 view view view view view
72 Driscoll, Julia 21 1879 1900 view view view view view
73 Driscoll, Kitty 18 1894 1912 view view view view view
74 Driscoll, Thomas 22 1882 1904 view view view view view
75 Driscoll, Timothy 23 1889 1912 view view view view view
76 Driscoll, William 20 1888 1908 view view view view view
77 Dunford, Thomas 28 1875 1903 view view view view view
78 Dunne, James 27 1897 1924 view view view view view
79 Dunne, Michael 24 1887 1911 view view view view view
80 Egan, Maggie 19 1887 1906 view view view view view
81 Enright, Bridget 18 1885 1903 view view view view view
82 Enright, Bryan 23 1887 1910 view view view view view
83 Enright, David 23 1901 1924 view view view view view
84 Enright, Hannah 22 1879 1901 view view view view view
85 Enright, James 24 1882 1906 view view view view view
86 Enright, John 24 1879 1903 view view view view view
87 Enright, John 26 1885 1911 view view view view view
88 Enright, John 28 1881 1909 view view view view view
89 Enright, Mary 23 1888 1911 view view view view view
90 Enright, Mary A. 20 1884 1904 view view view view view
91 Enright, Pat 24 1886 1910 view view view view view
92 Enright, Thomas 21 1886 1907 view view view view view
93 Euright, Hannah 19 1887 1906 view view view view view
94 Faley, Bridget 20 1881 1901 view view view view view
95 Feeley, Annie 40 1864 1904 view view view view view
96 Feeley, Catherine 9 1895 1904 view view view view view
97 Feeley, Ellen 3 1901 1904 view view view view view
98 Feeley, William 17 1887 1904 view view view view view
99 Fennell, Johanna 26 1882 1908 view view view view view
100 Fenry, Bridget 30 1874 1904 view view view view view









Name Age Born* Arrived Passenger
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101 Feury, Catherine 30 1886 1916 view view view view view
102 Feury, Joseph 2 1914 1916 view view view view view
103 Fitzgerald, Josephine 20 1887 1907 view view view view view
104 FitzGerald, Margaret 21 1877 1898 view view view view view
105 Fitzgibbons, Delia 49 1867 1916 view view view view view
106 Fitzmarris, James 23 1878 1901 view view view view view
107 Fitzmaurice, Bdgt. 19 1885 1904 view view view view view
108 Fitzmaurice, Patk. 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
109 Fitzmaurice, Patrick 22 1880 1902 view view view view view
110 Fitzmaurice, Richd. 21 1882 1903 view view view view view
111 Fitzpatrick, Patrick 32 1872 1904 view view view view view
112 Flaherty, Denis 22 1878 1900 view view view view view
113 Flaherty, John 25 1879 1904 view view view view view
114 Flaherty, John 25 1880 1905 view view view view view
115 Flavin, Peter 24 1888 1912 view view view view view
116 Flynn, Maurice 20 1890 1910 view view view view view
117 Foley, Mollie 22 1876 1898 view view view view view
118 Foran, Michael 39 1862 1901 view view view view view
119 Golding, Margaret 19 1884 1903 view view view view view
120 Goulding, Bridget 17 1891 1908 view view view view view
121 Griffin, Mace 19 1882 1901 view view view view view
122 Griffin, Maurice 19 1882 1901 view view view view view
123 Guiney, Timothy 22 1882 1904 view view view view view
124 Gydengs, Edward 22 1885 1907 view view view view view
125 Hackner, James 19 1882 1901 view view view view view
126 Hanrahan, Denis 20 1884 1904 view view view view view
127 Hanrahan, Jerry 26 1872 1898 view view view view view
128 Hanrahan, John 22 1882 1904 view view view view view
129 Hansahan, Timothy 20 1891 1911 view view view view view
130 Harrington, Mary 25 1874 1899 view view view view view
131 Harrington, Mary 25 1874 1899 view view view view view
132 Harrington, Matthew 19 1904 1923 view view view view view
133 Haurahan, Denis 20 1884 1904 view view view view view
134 Heffernan, Johanna 24 1898 1922 view view view view view
135 Keane, Madge 20 1886 1906 view view view view view
136 Kearney, Ellie 23 1880 1903 view view view view view
137 Kearney, Ellie Maria 18 1898 1916 view view view view view
138 Kearney, Marianne 20 1903 1923 view view view view view
139 Kelly, Michael 22 1891 1913 view view view view view
140 Kenneally, William 21 1889 1910 view view view view view
141 Kennedy, Daniel 30 1872 1902 view view view view view
142 Kennelly, Ellie 19 1883 1902 view view view view view
143 Kennelly, James 21 1888 1909 view view view view view
144 Kiely, Jeremiah 26 1888 1914 view view view view view
145 Kiely, Mary Ann 19 1885 1904 view view view view view
146 Kiely, Michael 33 1869 1902 view view view view view
147 Kirby, Catherine 22 1890 1912 view view view view view
148 Kirby, Deborah 21 1895 1916 view view view view view
149 Kissane, Kitty 22 1887 1909 view view view view view
150 Komeley, Nora 33 1879 1912 view view view view view

 



Republican and a past pupil of St. Brendan's, Jerry Lyons, who was killed near Knockanure in 1921 having surrendered to British soldiers at Gort an Ghleanna.

I found this about Maurice Hennessy aged 26 died at Tralee barricks on 30th of August 1846 after a fight in the barricks, he just collapsed acording to his brother he was 8 months in the army and a married man and native of Listowel.
He died from heart arrest caused by passion. Michael was his brothers name.



DEATH has taken place of Sr. Johanna Leahy of the Daughters of Mary and Joseph she was born at Beenanasbig on the 23rd of November 1916 to Tim Leahy and Bell Danaher of Glenagore, her siblings include Tim, Paddy, Tom, Dan, Philip, Betty, Bea and Josie.. Sr. Johanna went to Athea National School, went by train from Kilmorna to Secondary school in Lixnaw from September 1932 to July 1934; attended the Convent of the Ladies of Mary, Scarborough, Yorkshire completed Leaving Cert in July 1936; came home July 1936 till she entered Noviciate of the Ladies of Mary, Forest Hill, London in February 1937 where she made First Profession in September 1938, Johanna continued her noviciate in Belgium at Noviciat des Dames de Marie, 140 Rue Edith Cavell, Bruxeiles'38-‘39; returning to Forest Hill, London August 1939 for Final Profession; sailed for America in 1940 to the convent at Rancho Palos Verde's, California. Sr. Johanna Leahy died at the convent of the Daughters of Mary and Joseph, 5300 Crest Road, Rancho Palos Verde's, Laos Angeles, California 90275 and was laid to rest on Monday18th of September 2006.

 

 

 

NORA KELLY

 

The untimely death of Nora Kelly nee Kennelly occurred in Nenagh General Hospital on April 26th 05. Her husband Liam, the Kelly and Kennelly family maintained a 24-hour vigil at her bedside. In the beginning hopes were high of her recovery but the end came suddenly. Nora was active and full of life prior to her admission to hospital. Nora was the youngest of a family of 11 children born to Patrick Kennelly and Mary Daly of Gortdromagowna Moyvane.

Nora was a former student of the Presentation Convent Listowel. Nora went on to further her education in Tralee Dublin and London. She was a fluent French speaker. A month before her death she was successful in an interview for Assistant Principle in the Civil Service. Her work colleagues held Nora in very high esteem. This was very evident by their presence both at the Church and the funeral home.

 

There were many facets to Nora's life- her love for Liam, her family, friends, GAA and life in general.

Nora and Liam got married in Knockanure Church only 14 years ago Nora was proud of her roots and during her wedding speech she said ‘Kelly was a shorter version of Kennelly'.

She was a loving caring wife, and a soul mate to Liam. Their quality time was spent travelling both in Ireland and abroad; some of the countries they visited were Croatia, Medugorje France, and Monacco. Nora and Liam visited their family in America and Canada also.

Nora and Liam gave a summer holiday to two Chernobyl children; she introduced them to the community in Nenagh and her family in Knockanure and gave them an opportunity to see the beauty of Ireland.

 

Nora was and will continue to be an inspiration to us all. Her legacy and memory will remain in the heart of Liam and her family whose lives she touched in an unforgettable way Nora loved reminiscing of times past with her family and always dwelled on the positive side of life, she lived for the day. It is this, which will keep her memory fresh long after her death. Nora took 6 weeks leave of absence to return home to care for her father who needed constant care before he passed away on February 17th last. Nora had a special bond with her father been the youngest and she treasured the opportunity of caring for him. Nora was versatile like her father, who was attending night classes and carving marvellous pieces of bog oak up to his 89th year.

 

Nora was a great communicator and a good listener. Her wonderful warmth was evident to all who met her. Nora was a beautiful lady with a smile so radiant in love to each of us.

She was one of the most down to earth fun loving and genuine people one could hope to meet. Nora had a great interest and respect for people. She was approachable, hospitable, and loyal and had a kindly word for all. She had a natural ability to get on with all age groups, she took delight in being with people, she loved the ‘bit of crack' and when she was in a group the crack was mighty' Her contribution to any gathering was significant. Her humour and warm personality won her many friends who will miss her greatly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nora's personality has revealed itself through her passion for sport. She spent many happy hours watching and attending Gaelic games. She was ardent supporter of her favourite team the Kingdom. Nora proudly wore the Jersey and the Cap; the Flag was proudly displayed in her car. Nora had a great love for musicals, drama, dancing, walks in the countryside and mountain climbing in her travels both in Ireland and abroad.

 

Her profound love and appreciation of life in all its forms was evident, by her love of flowers, trees, and shrubs. In May of last year she was up at 04.30 and joined a local group to hear the dawn chorus. Nora lived her life to the full.

 

She was deeply religious and was an active member of the parish in Puckane community.
Nora had the special gift of reflection and prayer, - each morning she prayed for every member of her family and Liam's family and for special members of the community who were sick.

 

Nora you will forever sit on our shoulder and guide us in our daily lives. You will remain in our hearts, we will always miss you, and we have so much to be proud and thankful for. May God hold you and love you until we all meet again. Fill the lonesome spots in our hearts with your love, as you did so many times while you were here on earth.

 

Nora is survived by her husband Liam, her sisters, Mary Rose, Rita, Eileen and Joan, brothers Jer, John, Mort, Pat, Tom and Stan, aunts Peg, Noreen Joan and Mary in England, sister in- laws and brother in -laws, her nephews, nieces, father and mother in law, Liam and Ann.

 

Requiem Mass for Nora Kelly was celebrated at Puckane Church, Nenagh on Friday April 29th by Fr Slattery PP Puckane among the con celebrants were Fr Lucid PP Moyvane, Fr Tommy O Hanlon cousin, Fr Walsh, Cannon Horgan, Fr Burke, Fr Whelan and Fr Cullen. Mourners came from all parts of Ireland and abroad to pay their last respects.

A guard of honour was provided by her work colleagues from the civil service and the GAA.

The local choir sang the hymns, the community provided refreshments for the large numbers who attended the removal. The funeral cortege took the coast Road and Nora was laid to rest in Knockanure, Old Churchyard. If only Nora could see the beautiful ever-changing views on that day.

 

May God have mercy on her gentle soul.

 

Local events: Parnell visited Kilmorna on Sunday January 18th 1891 he was born in 1846. Sr. Mary Berchmans Kennelly of Knockanure entered the convent on 20th January 1906 she died in Brentford in 1959; J. J. McNamara B. Agric. Science gave a talk to Knockanure Macra on 21st January 1956 on his visit to Denmark in 1954 at the time 60% of total agricultural production was consumed by the Danes, 27% of the population got their livelihood from agriculture, 90% of agricultural exports went to England.

 

 

 

Jan 5 -06 Notes

SCHOOLS: Because of the shortage of teaching posts several teachers set up their own Secondary Schools in the 1930's and ‘40's. Catholics Secondary Schools were set up in Abbeyfeale, Tarbert, Glin, Newcastlewest and Castleisland to name a few, the annual fee for a student was £9 to £12 per year. The Principal of Colaiste Mhuire which was established in 1937 in Abbeyfeale was Miss Catherine Woulfe, who studied under Dr. Douglas Hyde. This year it is 40 years since O Malley's free education bill.

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS to Mary Collins who celebrated her 100th birthday on January 18th 06 Mary was the second of six children born to John and Elizabeth Collins of Direen, Athea. Mary did her teacher training in Scotland where she taught for some years, returning home to teach in Kilbaha, Clash and Athea. Mary's centenary party was held at Dromore Nursing Home and was attended by Cannon Kelly of Athea and her nephews, nieces, friends and relations

 

Kerryman of 1940; Death took place of Mother Genevieve Sheahan aged 77 years and 56 years in religion she was a sister of the late Fr Peter Sheahan of Newtownsandes and Fr Denis Sheahan of Manchester Diocese, death also of Mrs William Cahill of Knocknisnaw;


Feb. 10th 1906 Kerryman
Mr M J Nolan Vice-Chairman of Kerry County Council fired on near his house in Newtownsandes;

Feb 1906
Funeral of Fr John Foran PP, Prior at Listowel, he was predeceased by his brother Fr William who died in Australia, survived by brothers and sisters, principal celebrant of Mass was Rev Coleman Sweeney nephew, Fr Foran was buried in the family grave at Murhur.
Marriage of Michael Buckley son of the late Mr T Buckley of Knockane and Mary Bridget Nolan daughter of Mr M.J. Nolan of Moyvane House, her uncle Mr M.J. Moore attended;

 

Kennelly

We found my grandfather's baptismal records at the church in Moyvane. He was born in the Ahalahana townland. His parents are Martin Kennelly and Hanora Callaghan. Their children (and their baptismal dates) are as follows:
Mary B., Oct. 2, 1894
Michael, January 26, 1896
Margaret, June 4, 1898
Joanna, May 18, 1901
Rosanna, July 14, 1903
George (our grandfather), Jan. 24, 1907

 

 




Hi to all on the list. I have just not long joined and I would like to post
a message in hopes that someone can help me. I have a letter which was
dated 11 April 1892 CLONLEHARD The context was that grandfather ( Patrick
KIELY) died the 21st. August 1891 and his funeral went to KNOCKANURE he had
a hearse to take him there and a fine oak coffin etc, etc, I don't know
where this Cemetery is in relation to Knockanure or what. I managed to get a
picture of the are a on the internet but I am still in the "dark" as to whre
it is. Also another area was mentioned in the letter GLENDRAUGH. Where is
this place. I have a name of the family that lived in this place JAMES
DALTON he married Margaret K KIELY who is/ was the daughter of the person
who is buried at KNOCKANURE.
If there is someone out there who may be able to help me I would be very
pleased. Thankyou for any help



> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Subject: [KER] Re: IRL-KERRY-D Digest V01 #86
> Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 08:44:52 EDT
> From: FabMimi123@aol.com
> To: IRL-KERRY-L@rootsweb.com
>
> I am a descendant of John Hanrahan and Catherine O'Connor who lived in
> Tarbert.
> Anyone researching that family? Mimi
>
> Tara-Leigh O'Connor---what a pretty Irish name!
>
> ______________________________
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Subject: Re: [KER] Re: IRL-KERRY-D Digest V01 #86
> Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 10:21:19 -0700
> From: "Cathy Patterson" < cpatt@earthlink.net>
> To: IRL-KERRY-L@rootsweb.com
>
> Mimi,
> My great grandmother was Ellen HANRAHAN. She was the daughter of Denis
> Hanrahan and Mary ENGLISH. I don't know her siblings names. They were from
> Ballybunion.
> Cathy
> -----Original Message-----
> From: FabMimi123@aol.com < FabMimi123@aol.com>
> To: IRL-KERRY-L@rootsweb.com < IRL-KERRY-L@rootsweb.com>
> Date: Wednesday, May 02, 2001 5:45 AM
> Subject: [KER] Re: IRL-KERRY-D Digest V01 #86
>
> I am a descendant of John Hanrahan and Catherine O'Connor who lived in
> Tarbert.
> Anyone researching that family? Mimi
>
> Tara-Leigh O'Connor---what a pretty Irish name!
>
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> Subject: [KER] Searching for O'Connor family from Knockanure, County Kerry
> Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 12:28:13 -0700
> From: "Tara-Leigh O'Connor (Livesey)" < TOConnor@accountantsplus.com>
> To: IRL-KERRY-L@rootsweb.com
>
> Hello -
>
> I am new to genealogy - I am trying to research my husband's paternal family
> line - O'Connor. I believe that they resided in a town called Knockanure in
> County Kerry. All of my information is hearsay. Any additional information
> and dates would be most helpful.
>
> Cornelius O'Connor (b. 1800 d. 1878) who married Margaret Leary (b. 1811 d.
> 1876)
>
> One of their many children was James O'Connor (d. 1924) who married a
> neighbor, Mary Hunt.
>
> They had 13 children
>
> Dr. John O'Connor (b. 1863 d. 1948 in San Francisco) immigrated to San
> Francisco - One of the founders of St. Francis Hospital in San Francisco.
> Don't know who he married - but had 3 children Dr. John Jay O'Connor, Dr.
> Vincent O'Connor and Dr. Gerald O'Connor
> Michael O'Connor (b. 1864) immigrated to Alaska - became a mayor of a town
> in Alaska. Don't know who he married but had one adopted child - Pauline
> O'Connor.
> Cornelius O'Connor (b. 1866 d. in Tralee)
> Dr. James Hunt O'Connor (b. 1/3/1869 d. 2/2/1948 in San Francisco)
> immigrated to San Francisco - One of the founders of St. Francis Hospital
> in San Francisco. Married Nellie Fallon and had 3 children - James Francis
> O'Connor, Pauline O'Connor and Florence O'Connor
> Margaret (Maggie) O'Connor (d. 1932) - Sisters of Mercy, General Hospital
> Honora (Nora) O'Connor (b. 1871). Married a man with the last name of Carr.
> Marion O'Connor (b. 6/21/1876). Married John Godfrey. They had 5 children
> - John Godfrey, James Godfrey, Cornelius Godfrey, Edward Godfrey and Thomas
> Godfrey.
> Annie O'Connor (b. 1878 d. in Dublin, Ireland) Sisters of Mercy, St.
> Michaels Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
> Dr. Thomas O'Connor (b. 1881 d. in San Francisco) immigrated to San
> Francisco - One of the founders of St. Francis Hospital in San Francisco.
> Married a woman named Alice.. Had 2 children - Aileen O'Connor and Desmond
> O'Connor.
> Bridie O'Connor (b. 2/2/1884 d. in Dublin, Ireland) Sisters of Mercy, Matter
> Hospital
> Jeremiah O'Connor (b. 1886 d. 1921 in Knockanure, County Kerry). He married
> Ellen Keane. They had 5 children - Mary O'Connor, James O'Connor, John
> O'Connor (Listowel - owner of O'Connor Pharmacy), Michael O'Connor and
> Josephine O'Connor.
> Elizabeth O'Connor ( 7/2/1887). She married James Godfrey. They had 7
> children - Father Edward Godfrey, James Godfrey (Dublin), Thomas Godfrey,
> Larry Godfrey, Nancy Godfrey, Jerome Godfrey and Mary Godfrey.
> Nellie O'Connor (b. 1889)
>
> Tara-Leigh O'Connor



is www.donaldmiller.com Health site



World's top maths genius jobless and living with mother
By Nadejda Lobastova in St Petersburg and Michael Hirst


(Filed: 20/08/2006)

 

A maths genius who won fame last week for apparently spurning a million-dollar prize is living with his mother in a humble flat in St Petersburg, co-existing on her £30-a-month pension, because he has been unemployed since December.


Grigory 'Grisha' Perelman


The Sunday Telegraph tracked down the eccentric recluse who stunned the maths world when he solved a century-old puzzle known as the Poincaré Conjecture.

Grigory "Grisha" Perelman's predicament stems from an acrimonious split with a leading Russian mathematical institute, the Steklov, in 2003. When the Institute in St Petersburg failed to re-elect him as a member, Dr Perelman, 40, was left feeling an "absolutely ungifted and untalented person", said a friend. He had a crisis of confidence and cut himself off.

Other friends say he cannot afford to travel to this week's International Mathematical Union's congress in Madrid, where his peers want him to receive the maths equivalent of the Nobel Prize, and that he is too modest to ask anyone to underwrite his trip.

Interviewed in St Petersburg last week, Dr Perelman insisted that he was unworthy of all the attention, and was uninterested in his windfall. "I do not think anything that I say can be of the slightest public interest," he said. "I am not saying that because I value my privacy, or that I am doing anything I want to hide. There are no top-secret projects going on here. I just believe the public has no interest in me."

He continued: "I know that self-promotion happens a lot and if people want to do that, good luck to them, but I do not regard it as a positive thing. I realised this a long time ago and nobody is going to change my mind. "Newspapers should be more discerning over who they write about. They should have more taste. As far as I am concerned, I can't offer anything for their readers.

"I don't base that on any negative experiences with the press, although they have been making up nonsense about my father being a famous physicist. It's just plain and simply that I don't care what anybody writes about me at all."

Dr Perelman has some small savings from his time as a lecturer, but is apparently reluctant to supplement them with the $1 million (£531,000) offered by the Clay Mathematics Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for solving one of the world's seven "Millennium Problems".


Grigory as a student


The Poincaré Conjecture was first posed by the French mathematician, Jules Henri Poincaré, in 1904, and seeks to understand the shape of the universe by linking shapes, spaces and surfaces.

Friends say that evidence of Dr Perelman's innate modesty came when - having finally solved the problem after more than 10 years' work - he simply posted his conclusion on the internet, rather than publishing his explanation in a recognised journal. "If anybody is interested in my way of solving the problem, it's all there - let them go and read about it," said Dr Perelman. "I have published all my calculations. This is what I can offer the public."

Friends were not surprised to learn that he was living with his mother. The Jewish family - he has a younger sister, Elena, also a mathematician - was always close. One friend, Sergey Rukshin, head of St Petersburg Mathematical Centre for Gifted Students, gave Dr Perelman his first break as a teenager.

At 16, he won a gold medal at the 1982 International Mathematical Olympiad, with a perfect score of 42. He was also a talented violinist and played table tennis. It was after gaining his PhD from St Petersburg State University that Dr Perelman first worked at the Steklov Institute, part of the Russian Academy of Science. Later, he worked in America before returning to the Steklov in 1996. Its rejection of him, three years ago, devastated Dr Perelman, said Mr Rukshin.

Although the two old friends still discuss life, music and literature, they no longer talk about maths. "It has become a painful topic for the doctor," said Mr Rukshin




Hello, Jer!
I came across the following two entries on Ancestry.com in the Chicago
Irish Families database. Do you have any information on either of them?

1) Windle, James Husband of Nora (nee Dougherty), father of Harry Windle,
brother of Henry and Timothy, native of Newtown Fands [Newtownsands], Co.
Kerry. Funeral from his late residence, 3600 Union ave. to Nativity Church
thence to Mt. Olivet cemetery. --April 28, 1903 (1)

2) McAuliff, Lawrence At 625 W. 43rd st., husband of the late Ellen (nee
Curtin), brother of Patrick, John, Timothy, Michael, and Bridget, Mrs.
Catherine Dore, and Mrs. William Joyce, Mrs. Mary Dougherty. Native of
Knockshure [poss Knockanure], Co. Kerry. Funeral from St. Gabriel's church
to Mt. Olivet cemetery. --Oct. 7, 1902 (1) [note: thus, Mrs. Mary Dougherty
would have a maiden name of McAuliffe].


Collected by Lewis C1830

MURHIR, a parish, in the barony of IRAGHTICONNOR, county of KERRY, and province of MUNSTER, 4 1/2 miles (S.) from Tarbert; containing 2978 inhabitants. This parish is situated on the river Gale, and on the confines of the county of Limerick; it comprises 7664 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act, consisting chiefly of coarse "pasture land; there is a large portion of bog, also some arable land, producing tolerable corn crops. It chiefly belongs to Trinity College, Dublin. The principal residence is Moyvane, the property of Baron Foster, now occupied by Mr. Enright. The parish is in the diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe; the rectory is impropriate in Anthony Stoughton, Esq., and the vicarage forms part of the union of Aghavallin. The tithes amount to £143. 1. 7., of which £95. 7. 8. is payable to the impropriator, and the remainder to the vicar. In the R. C. divisions it is part of the union or district of Newtown-Sandes, a village in this parish, (which see), where the chapel is situated.


Please Print photo at end of page only

Thanks Jer Kennelly

 

 

Files various

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.

 

Unknown Colson.

Child of Elijah Culver and Nancy Scott is:


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:


Ellen Kennelly, died 1885; married John Dundon

Wallace and Kanely union Corburgh Can

First Name: Margaret Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Co. Kerry, Ireland Date of Arrival: Nov 12, 1920 Age at Arrival: 29y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Baltic Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0012

First Name: Margaret Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Nov 12, 1920 Age at Arrival: 34y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Kaiserin Auguste Victoria Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0030

First Name: Mary Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Sep 24, 1913 Age at Arrival: 19y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Oceanic Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0019


First Name: Nora Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Sep 28, 1912 Age at Arrival: 33y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Cedric Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0018

First Name: Nora Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Sep 28, 1912 Age at Arrival: 40y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Cedric Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0013

First Name: Annie Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British, Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Oct 29, 1908 Age at Arrival: 24y Gender: F Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Adriatic Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0010


First Name: J. Martin Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: Gt. Brit., Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Jun 12, 1923 Age at Arrival: 23y Gender: M Marital Status: Ship of Travel: City of Sparta Port of Departure: India Manifest Line Number: 0001

First Name: Edmond Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: British-Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: May 30, 1912 Age at Arrival: 25y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Majestic (1890) Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0018

First Name: Patrick Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: Irish Last Place of Residence: Listowel Date of Arrival: May 25, 1901 Age at Arrival: 27y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Lucania Port of Departure: Queenstown Manifest Line Number: 0008


First Name: Eward Last Name: Kennelly Ethnicity: Grt Brit Irish English Last Place of Residence: Listowel, Ireland Date of Arrival: Mar 19, 1902 Age at Arrival: 19y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: Teutonic Port of Departure: Liverpool Manifest Line Number: 0015

 

 

Abbey Guest Book

 

 

 

HomecomingJanuary 20, 2011

 

Hi Everyone!

 

My name is Lauren Fealey and I’m from New York, but I am currently spending a semester studying in Spain. My grandfather and I always talked about visiting Abbeyfeale and the places where his mother grew up, but unfortunately he passed away before we could do so together. Now that I am in Europe, I am trying to complete that dream and visit the town where my family is from.

 

I was hoping to get some travel information and to figure out the best way to get to Abbeyfeale. I will be in Dublin on the 17th March and hope to travel on the 19th. I know there is a bus to Limerick but am not sure how to go from there. Any information would be useful and much appreciated!

 

Thanks in advance!

Lauren Fealey

 

Across the miles with Fr. Bill LaneDecember 29, 2010

 

My daughter, Kristi, and myself visited Fr. Bill Lane, brother of Abbeyfeale’s Jim Lane, in Federal Way, Washington on December 19th at his retirement home. He was in great form and we both admired a Christmas Card with a statue of Fr. Casey in the town square. It was great to speak of our family connections that cover Canada, USA and Ireland. At the leaving he extended a blessing for a safe drive home and for his family and friends.

 

 

Kirby FamilyDecember 26, 2010

 

My great-grandfather is Timothy Lyons Kirby and was born in 1875 to Michael Kirby and Margaret Lyons in Ireland, I believe County Kerry. He married my great-grandmother, Margaret T. Cleary who was born in Ireland, in Buffalo, NY abt 1910-1911. He had a brother Patrick b. 1880 according to the 1910 Census of Buffalo, NY, but is listed as Daniel in my great-grandfather’s death notice. Both Patrick and Timothy came to the U.S. from Ireland in 1903. He had a sister Nellie Kirby born in Ireland about 1895 that was the wife of Cornelius Reilly and at the time of my great-grandfather’s death in 1939 lived in Michigan. There is also another sister Mary Kirby who was born in Ireland abt 1878 and married a Charles Lewis and and at the time of my great-grandfather’s death in 1939 lived in Michigan. Interested in hearing from any friends or relatives e-mail d.warren@roadrunner.com

 

CorrectionDecember 26, 2010

 

The correct email for John Joe is:

erinvandewalle@gmail.com

 

John JoeDecember 26, 2010

 

I have been trying to get in touch with John Joe Foley. If he could contact me at the given email address I have news he would want to receive. Thanks for your assistance.

erinvandewall@gmail.com

 

Merry Christmas Kilconlea!December 21, 2010

 

Happy Christmas to Mike & Ita Harnett and family of Dromtrasna South; Matthew & Nono O’Connor and family of Kilconlea Lower; and Mary ”Denny Ann” O’Connor and family of Kilconlea Lower.

 

CANADAGAADecember 17, 2010

 

Warm hello to Uncle John, Jimmy and Pat O’Keeffe, to cousins John Paul and Tommy O’Keeffe, to my dear Grandma Nora O’Keeffe as she celebrates her 95th birthday and remains strong as ever. I wish the Fitzgibbons and Lanes of Abbeyfeale all the best along with the Halpins of Duagh. I plan to visit Fr. William Lane this Christmas in Washington State, brother of Jim Lane.

A Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year in 2011!

John O’Flynn

Secretary of the Canadian County Board of the GAA

North Vancouver, BC Canada

canadagaa@gmail.com

 

Abbeyfeale AncestryDecember 15, 2010

 

Merry Christmas from the USA!

 

My poppy, Daniel Cronin, was born in Abbeyfeale in approximately 1902 AD. He had two brothers, namely Timothy and Cornelius. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find out more about my ancestry in Abbeyfeale? Possibly forward me local church names and telephone numbers. Also, if you know of a better way to investigate my ancestry then contacting a church or churches that would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to e-mail me at: neil@thunderguns.com

 

In advance, thank you very much! And, happy holidays!

 

Mann FamilyDecember 4, 2010

 

Wanted to add my e-mail address:

 

mikepmann@yahoo.com

 

Mann FamilyDecember 3, 2010

 

Would love to hear from anyone in the Mann family in Abbeyfeale. My father Thomas Mann emigrated from there in the 20’s. Have always wanted to connect. Before he passed on he talked about Mann’s Market and that there was family still around. Love to hear from you. Thanks.

 

O’DONNELL FAMILYNovember 17, 2010

 

Please can the person enquiring regarding the O Donnell family please contact itanolan@hotmail.com

 

Dempsey/Lynch/RiordanOctober 1, 2010

 

Hi, Looking for any information on the Dempsey family. My Great grand father Jeremiah Dempsey had married Mary Lynch in 1880 in Abbeyfeale before migrating to the US. His parents were John Dempsey and Ann Riordan.

 

O’Donnell Family?September 27, 2010

 

I’m searching for descendants of a John (1868) and Ellen (Ellie) (1871) O’Donnell who lived at #17 in Caher (Hayes) in 1911. They had at least fiive children: Julia Maria (1900); Maurice (1902); Martin (1903); Lizzie (1906); Denis (1908)

 

Looking for Harnett Family ReunionSeptember 21, 2010

 

In 2011 we Harnett’s from Philadelphia, PA. USA hope to visit Abbeyfeale. We also hope to meet as many Harnett’s as possible. We must be related. I am looking at August 2011. If Harnett’s are interested in a reunion, please contact me

harnett.joe@gmail.com

 

Thanks!

 

msSeptember 7, 2010

 

Hi everyone

 

I am wondering if anyone who reads this may be able to help me. In the early 1980s i met a soldier from abbeyfeale called joseph he was camping with a group from the curragh army camp in curracloe co wexford it was at a show in hotel singer on the night was red hurley.he was tall with dark hair and we danced and chatted and i arranged to see him there next evening. However unfortunately i could not get there i dont even have his surname all i can remember is the above information i have tried other methods of contacting him but to date i have had no luck. If would really love to make contact with him if anyone can help.

 

O’Keeffe family?September 7, 2010

 

My grandmother was an O’Keeffe from nearby Meenscovane, or Knocknagoshal. Couldn’t find the place when I was there last month.

Hiow do I find other O’Keeffe’s that might be related?

 

Mr.August 30, 2010

 

My family comes from Abbeyfeale and i am interested in locating information on any Broderick families that i may be related too.

 

Jim Furlong (1950s)August 14, 2010

 

I’m seeking info on family friend Jim Furlong. Last known details were from 1950s when he worked either as a pharmacist or pharmaceutical rep in Limerick, Tipperary etc. Was a friend of Ryan publicans (my cousins) in Tipperary town. Lost contact with him and his family so any later news would be appreciated. Thanks.

 

Hannah Flaherty (Joan)August 3, 2010

 

My mother (Hannah) was born in Abbeyfeale. She moved to Stockport, UK. My children ask me about their heritage and I realise how little I know. Her mother was Sarah (nee Gouran) and her grandfather Thade (Timothy) wrote ballads. When I was 6 I visited Abbeyfeale with her and stayed with some of her friends (Mary Jo Enright and Nora… I think). SHe had lovely friends too in Moynsha (Peg). Any info would be welcome… she spoke of her hometown often.. you were all well-loved by her.

 

 

 

I have been trying to get in touch with John Joe Foley. If he could contact me at the given email address I have news he would want to receive. Thanks for your assistance.

erinvandewall@gmail.com