DEATH: Ellen Orman nee Kennelly of Caheranne Village, Tralee, Co. Kerry and formerly San Antonio, Texas and Finuge, Lixnaw, (peacefully on 23rd October 2017 in the loving care of the Incarnate Word Sisters, nurses & staff at Carrigoran House, Newmarket-on-Fergus), beloved wife of the late Warren and dear sister of Sr. Imelda (Moore Abbey, Monasterevin) & Jim (Bayonne, New Jersey). Sadly missed by her loving family, her stepson Stan, stepdaughter Kaye, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives and many friends.

 

Reposing at The Gleasure Funeral Home, Tralee on Thursday from 7 to 8 pm. Removal at 8 pm to Irremore Church, Listowel, arriving at 8.30 pm. Requiem Mass on Friday at 11.30 am. Interment afterwards in Kilfeighney Cemetery, Lixnaw.

 

Vincent Saporita from Villa Ridge, Missouri

 

 

 

Researching STACK, HANRAHAN, AND LILLIS families. Garrett Stack, his wife Johanna Hanrahan, and 11 children sailed on the Christopher Columbus in 1849. They sailed from Liverpool to New York. Garrett's father was Robert Stack. Johanna's father was Patrick Hanrahan. Passenger list shows Garrett50, Johanna46, Robert22, Joan19, Patrick17(My ggrandfather), John15, Michael13, Johanna11, Garrett9, Mary7, Ellen5, Cathe4, Judy2. One daughter remained in Ireland. Patrick Stack(my ggrandfather) was born in Tullihinell, Barrylongford parish, County Kerry on 5/11/1828. The 1851 census shows the family in Canada, in Wellington County, Garafraxa Township. This is near Fergus and Guelph, about 75 kM west of Toronto. It shows Garrit53, Johana46, Michael18, Garrit14, Mary12, Elinor10, Cathrine8, Julia6. Patrick and his family settled in East St. Louis during the Civil War. Would appreciate hearing about any of these families.

 

Presentation Brendan Kennelly

 

https://youtu.be/sGM-qvd7I3M

 

 

 

Brendan Kennelly

 

https://youtu.be/e21jHKofvyg

 

RELATIONS 1

RELATIONS: Trying to track down some more of my grandfather, Timothy Lyons, Moyvane roots. His mom was Margaret (Maggie)Connell, she was born in 1866 in Keloid, and went to the US & met & married Thomas Lyons, from Ballygarrett, Lixnaw in 1892 in NYC...She had 2 sons, my grandfater Timothy & his older brother Tom. She died when Tim was quite young and then is father died a few years later...He had an aunt on his fathers side who brought the boys both back to his uncle Daniel Lyons farm in Ballygarrett, where he grew up (his older brother died shortly after their return of TB)His grandparents would be Timothy Connell & Mary Fitzgibbons, and as far as we can tell didn't really know their daughter's children. They were married in 1864 in Keloid, Moyvane and we think Mary was born Jan 27,1841 in Dirrigalun, Dromtariffe. We are trying to figure out her parents, maybe Thomas & Julia Fitzgibbons (nee Brien), her siblings Thomas 1843 & Honora or Ellen 1847...Any additional information or local family connections as to where they might be buried etc would be great...We are currenlty in Ballybunion for a few months & would love to track some of this down while we are here. We met Julia @ Mail Cross Garden Centre while buying some plants and she is trying to point me in the right direction, but any advice would be much appreciated .

 

 

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

 

 

 

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 larmac@xtra.co.nz and we can swap information. We believe we came from the Co. Clare MacMahon/McMahon family who descended from the O'Brien Kings from Brian Boru.

 

 

Re: Dinneen Illinois Ogdensburg, NY

vmoloney (View posts)

Posted: 21 Feb 2008 10:05PM GMT

Classification: Query

Surnames: Dinneen, Moloney, Lyons

My husband's line is through Edmund Dinneen and Honora Lyons Stack Dinneen (via their daughter Deborah Zita Dinneen Moloney). Edmund and Michael were brothers. Edmund came to USA about 1864, settled in Ottawa, LaSalle County, Illinois and died there 1903. Michael came to the US in 1864, don't know when Michael died. Michael and his wife (Mary) Ellen had 6 boys. Three went to Ogdenburg, St. Lawrence County, NY. I know of two other Dinneen brothers, a Patrick and a Daniel. Patrick is buried in Ireland and Daniel also came to Ottawa, IL. I have a photograph of the headstone of the parents, Timothy Dinneen and Catherine Walsh from Knockanure Churchyard, Knockanure, County Kerry Ireland. Best Regards, Victoria Moloney

 

Keith

 

Does this family connect to you?

I seem to have lost your email?

 

Details from Australian Commonwealth Military Forces.

Thomas Edmond Cronin

number 4283

Died aged 24 years

 

Parents: Thomas and Margaret CRONIN, Knockanure, Newtownsandes, Limerick, Ireland Other details

War service: Egypt, Gallipoli, Western Front

 

 

Embarked Adelaide, 26 August 1915.

 

Attached to 1st Australian Stationary Hospital, Mudros, for duty, 28 October 1915; transferred to Lowlands Casualty Clearing Station, 13 December 1915; transferred to South Pier for Hospital Ship, 17 December 1915; disembarked Alexandria, Egypt, 29 December 1915.

 

Admitted to 1st Australian Stationary Hospital, Ismailia, 18 July 1916 (sick); discharged to duty, 24 July 1916.

 

Marched in to Royal Army Medical Corps, Mustapha, 24 August 1916; proceeded from Alexandria to join the British Expeditionary Force, 14 September 1916; marched in to Weymouth Command Depot, England, 28 September 1916; marched in to Convalescent Hospital, Dartford, 28 September 1916; marched in to Hurdcott Command Depot, and classified 'Class A', 28 October 1916; transferred to Convalescent Hospital, Dartford, 27 November 1917; transferred to 10th Bn Details, 24 February 1917; proceeded overseas to France, 25 February 1917; marched in to 1st Australian Division Base Depot, Etaples, France, 26 February 1917; marched out to unit, 2 March 1917; taken on strength of 10th Bn, 4 March 1917.

 

Killed in action, France, 7 May 1917.

 

Medals: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

 

regvolk@silk.net

 

 

DOODY:

While loking for my Doody family I wrote down the following details from LDS films viewed. If you think any of them are your family please check the originals and don't just trust my transcriptions.

Jerry 9 Jun 1866 Knockavallig Duagh to Maurice Doody, Farmer, & Johanna Curtin.

Bridget 1 Dec 1867 Islandboy Duagh to Jerry Doody, Laborer, & Kate O'Donnell.

Mary 25 Dec 1867 Coilagurteen Knockanure to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Patrick 11 Mar 1868 Islandany Duagh to Michael Doody, Laborer & Honora Sullivan.

Daniel 20 Jul 1869 Coilagurteen to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Maurice 24 Jan 1869 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margaret Lyons.

Patrick 1 Sep 1869 Islandboy Duagh to Jeremiah Doody, Laborer & Catherine O'Donnell.

James 12 Jan 1870 Duagh to Maurice Doody, Laborer & Mary Nash.

James 29 Dec 1870 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margaret Lyons.

John 5 Jun 1871 Coilagurteen Knockanure to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Margaret 27 May 1871 Islandboy Duagh to Jeremiah Doody, Laborer & Kate O'Donnell.

Mary 1 Mar 1872 Islandany Duagh to Michael Doody, Laborer & Honora Sullivan.

James 23 Dec 1873 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margrett Lyons.

Jeremiah 27 Jul 1873 Islandany to Michael Doody, Laborer & Honora Sullivan.

Mary 1 Mar 1873 Islandboy to Jeremiah Doody, Laborer & Kate O'Donnell.

Ellen 27 May 1874 Knockavallig to Maurice Doody, Farmer & Mary Nash.

Mary 29 Apr 1874 Meenscovane to John Doody, Laborer & Mary Reardon.

James 19 Jul 1875 Lisroe to Edmond Doody, National Teacher lives Abbeyfeale, & Ellen Donoghue.

Jeremiah 12 May 1875 Coilagurteen to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Jeremiah 10 Mar 1875 Islandboy to Jeremiah Doody, Laborer & Kate O'Donnell.

Jeremiah 3 Oct 1876 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margaret Lyons.

Margret 25 Aug 1876 Knockavalig to Maurice Doody, Farmer & Mary Nash.

Michael 16 Mar 1876 Islandany to Michael Doody, Laborer & Honora Sullivan.

Mathew 4 Jul 1877 Islandboy to Jeremiah Doody, Laborer & Kate O'Donnell.

Thomas 4 May 1877 Coilagurteen to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Daniel 15 Feb 1878 Meenscovane to John Doody, Laborer & Mary Riordan.

John 10 Apr 1878 Knockavallig to Maurice Doody, Farmer & Mary Nash.

Denis Jeremiah 1 Aug 1878 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margaret Lyons.

James 18 Jan 1879 Coilagurteen to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Johanna 28 Feb 1880 Knockavallig to Maurice Doody , Farmer & Mary Nash.

Margaret 17 Sep 1880 Knockavallig to Thomas Doody, Farmer & Margaret Lyons.

Anne 16 Oct 1880 Coilagurteen to Jeremiah Doody, Farmer & Bridget Scanlon.

Mary Scanlan 1 Aug 1874 Islandany To Daniel Scanlan, Laborer & Mary Fitzgerald.

Mary Scanlon (also spelled Scanlon) went to Indianapolis in 1894 and in 1901 she married Patrick Doody (born above on 11 March 1868). He had gone out to Indianapolis in 1900. Patrick was my grandfather's eldest brother.

 

 

From Sean O Connell.

LGA 1813 3 23 NPM By the Rev Mr ELLARD, at Kilmallock church, Maurice Creed PARKER, of Hermsbrook, Esq to Eliza, third daughter of the late James WALL, of Kilbaha, county Kerry, Esq.

This James WALL was a landlord in Kilbaha, Co. Kerry, just across the border from Limerick. He was murdered by the Whiteboys in 1808. His Daughter Eliza getting married in Kilmallock would seem to suggest some sort of family relationship with the Kilmallock WALLS.

WALL. KEP, 10 March 1860, 4 Nov. 1808. Murder of James Wall/sentencing of John Neil to hang, Jan. 1809 Special Commission. 'Mr. Wall was a respectable gentleman, residing near Newtownsandes ...'. Freeman's Jn., 4 August 1809: 'Michael Mulvahill found guilty of the murder of James Wall and John Scanlan, to be execute on the same day' (July 29, Tale); executed with Michael Murphy (see Tisdall op.cit.) 'opposite the gaol'. More than four years later, the Knight of Kerry noted that Timothy Mulvihill, the principal suspect, was still at large (National Archives of Ireland, SOC 1532/22.Ballinruddery, Listowel, 30 Sept. 1813, Maurice Fitzgerald to Robert Peel); apprehension of Timothy Mulvihill reported in The Limerick General Advertiser of 31 May 1814 'at Knockanure by the spirited and judicious exertions of John Sandes, Esq ... aided by a party of the Waterford Militia'.

 

1818 8 18 NPS WALL James Friday, Richard WALL and James WALL of Shanagolden in county Limerick, were ladged in Ennis jail, under committal of Bindon SCOTT, Esq. charged with burglary and robbery committed in the dwelling house of Mr. Michael O'SHAUGHNESSY, of Enniscorker Island, in this county.

Limerick Chronicle LC 1768 – 30 Dec 1835 imperfect.

1823 4 16 NPS CHAMBERS Surgeon On Friday night, four in-calf cows, the property of Mr. WALL, Apothecary, of Doneraile, were shot, and seven tons of hay burned near that town. Mr. WALL was present when Surgeon CHAMBERS, 22d Regiment, amputated HICKIE, the insurgent's arm, which is supposed to be the cause of such an outrage on his property.

1824 7 03 NPA ELLIS Thomas County of Limerick

ROSE v. NORCOTT

In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.

Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.

Thomas ELLIS

1824 7 03 NPA WALL Widow County of Limerick

ROSE v. NORCOTT

In pursuance of the Order made in this cause bearing the date the 5th day of May last, and Report thereunder, I will on Monday the 12th day of July next, Set up to let at my Chambers, Inns-Quay, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, that part of the lands of Effin, situate in the County of Limerick, late in the possession of the Widow WALL: and that part of said lands in possession of Thomas DENNISON, Patrick GARVIN, and Timothy REGAN, for three years, pending this cause.

Dated this 18th day of June, 1824.

Thomas ELLIS

1825 7 30 NPS WALL John Bryan, James, George, Charles and Daniel HEHIR, John WALL and John SHERIN, were tried for the murder of John NASH, at Kilderry on 20th of March—but convicted only of manslaughter—The above outrage occurred at a hurling match, in which the parties fell out on both sides. John SHERIN and James HEHIR, were sentenced to 18 months imprisonment, and the other to 12 monhs each.

 

1827 7 07 NPA ELLIS Thomas EFFIN.

Rose a. Norcott.

PURSUANT to an order made in this Cause, bearing date the 2d day of June Inst. I will on SATURDAY, the 14th day of July next, at the hour of One o'Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, Inns-quay, proceed to let those parts of the Lands of EFFIN, in the pleadings mentioned, lately let to John KEYS, John WALL, James REGAN, James DENISON, and Cornelious GARVIN for three years pending this Cause—30th June. 1827.

Thomas ELLIS.

Tenants to enter into Security by recognisance for double the yearly rent, and to be prepared to pay for Leases previous to being declared Tenants.

Hope this helps someone.

 

 

 

fitzgearld/dawson/tobin from co limerick

juliamc31 (View posts)

Posted: 25 Nov 2012 2:42PM GMT

Classification: Query

im looking for family of timothy fitzgearld, glensharrold, ardagh, co limerick born 1885, parents john fitzgearld & catherine leahy from knockanure co kerry, siblings; thomas, mary, bridget & catherine.

 

any relatives of dawsons who lived in clonteen/bilboa, cappamore co limerick. my ggrandfather was william dawson married to ellen lonergan in 1895. his father was thomas married to ellen walsh in 1846.

 

any tobins from barleyhill, co cork (there was a lot)my ggrandfather was john tobin born 1875 died 1929 married to mary ann dunne born 1888 died 1970 ballindangan, mitchelstown, co cork. they had julia (sheila)born 1919 died 1996 married william dawson in 1946, thomas born 1923 died 1929. there was another son john who died of tb as a child and another girl who was taken by an aunt to the usa as a young child. i would love to hear any info if possible

 

 

Re: Enrights/Lacey from Kerry, Ireland

diroka (View posts)

Posted: 13 Sep 2012 6:24PM GMT

Classification: Query

Edited: 13 Sep 2012 6:25PM GMT

Thank you. That is incredible. I think I found the marriage record for Jeremiah Enright and Johanna Kennelly in 1870 in Knockanure. There was a blurb online but nothing concrete, like what you just sent. As far as Bridget Lacey, I am not sure where she was born. I can't find her immigration to the US either. She, supposedly, came over as a servant or was a servant once she got here. Family (my sister-in-law's family) said she came through Ellis Island but I can find nothing on her. In the census she stated she was naturalized and nothing there either.

Is it possible to send for copies of any of the records you sent over?

Thanks again.

Kathy

relatives of timothy Fitzgearld, Glensharrold, Ardagh, Co Limerick Ireland

juliamc31 (View posts)

Posted: 27 Nov 2012 1:49PM GMT

Classification: Query

hi

im looking for relatives of timothy Fitzgerald born 9 may 1885 in Glensharrold, Ardagh, Co limerick Ireland. his father was john Fitzgerald who died in march 1916, his mother was Catherine Leahy from Knockanure, Listowel, Co Kerry who died in Dec 1938. I think he emigrated from Ireland after 1901 and he had the following siblings:

 

1) Mary (Babe) born may 1879 died July 1945, she married john Mc Namara

2) Thomas (Sonny) born march 1882 died 1927, he married Bridget Dalton

3) Bridget born may 1883 died Jan 1964, she married Garrett Mahony

4) Catherine born march 1889 died march 1964, she married Daniel Mahony (Garrett was his brother)

 

I think that Timothy married a violet Whaley on 29 Jun 1918 at Anaconda, Deerlodge, Montana, USA. Violet was born 1885 in Shellmouth, Montana. her father was Matthew Whaley and her mother was Mary Switzer.

 

there is loads of Irish relatives waiting to meet up and have the craic.

 

regards

 

 

O KEEFFE: Father Eoghan (Owen) O'Keefe (1656 - 1726) of Glenville, County Cork. He was a Gaelic poet of notable achievement who became president of the bards of North Cork. Following the death of his wife he entered the Church and was parish priest of Doneraile until his death. Many of the songs he composed are still sung in his native County Cork.

It is said that the famous Irish actor and dramatist John O'Keeffe was for a time known as John Keefe. He was born in Dublin in 1747 and was one of the most produced playwrights in London during the late 1700's. He died in 1833, leaving behind over fifty comedic works, including 'The Poor Soldier, 'Merry Sherwood' and 'Tony Lumpkin in Town'.

Constantine O'Keeffe (1672-1745) and General Patrick O'Keeffe (1740-1809) were both long serving officers in the Irish Brigade. Constantine O'Keeffe was admitted to the French aristocracy in 1740 on the basis of his long service and his Irish pedigree. The surname 'Cuif', found in the Champagne district of northern France, is descended from the O'Keeffe soldiers.

Born in Wisconsin, USA, to an Irish father, Georgia O'Keefe (1887-1986) was an outstanding artist of her generation. Her paintings showed her love for the American Southwest and the desert environment with its big colourful flowers and high rocky hills was the subject of many of her works. Her paintings are shown all over the world and more than one million people have visited the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in New Mexico since it opened in 1997.

From irelandroots.com

 

 

Moore

 

Moyvane Church

 

 

 

Michael Moore born 13th May 1869 Claar son of Pat Moore and Joan Kennelly; Mary Moore born Moyvane 6th Jan. 1862 daughter of Pat More and Joan Kennelly; William Moore Moyvane born 31st Jan. 1864 son of Pat Moore and Joan Kennelly; Catherine Moore Claar born 24th April 1867 to Pat Moore and Joan Kennelly; Bridger Kennelly Leitrim Moyvane born 1st Sept 1855 to Con Kennelly and Margaret Moore; James Moore Gortdromagowna born 13th Dec. 1841 to William Moore and Joan Connell; Marriage 7th Feb. 1836 William Moore and Joan Connell Aughrim;

 

 

 

Con Moore Aughrim born Jan. 1833, Margaret Moore born Sept. 1835, and Joan Moore born 22nd Dec. 1837 all three children of John Moore and Mary Nolan, sponsors Joan Moore were Denis Nolan and Nora Riordan.

 

 

 

Marriage, James Kennelly, Leitrim and Joan Mulvihill 1st March 1832.

 

Martin Kennelly Gortdromosillihy born 1873; Joan Kennelly Glennalappa born 2nd July 1837; Joan Kennelly Bauragoogeen born 18th July 1837; Joan Kennelly born 2nd May 1841; Joan Kennelly Glennalappa born 14th July 1832; Joan Kennelly Glennalappa 7th June 1832; Joan Kennelly Poul born 17th Oct. 1838. Joan Kennelly Leitrim born 8th Jan. 1831;

 

 

 

Michael Dowley born 7th June 1841 Newtown to Michael Dowley and Margaret Griffin; Mary Deely Newtown born 15th June 1840 to John Deely and Mary Poore?; Joan Foran Murhur born 27th Jan. 1862 to Pat Foran and Catherine Moran; John Enright Aughrim born 13th Nov. 1876 to Dan Enright and Mary O Connor; Ann McMahon Dronvoher born 24th June 1835 to Tim McMahon and Mary Cahill;

 

 

 

NOLAN

 

Listowel Church; Dermot Nolan born 16th May 1824 Gortdromagowna to Denis Nolan and Joan Kennelly, sponsors Francis Carroll and Margaret Ahern; Moyvane Church, Margaret Nolan Gortdromagowna born 27th July 1831 to John Nolan and Elizabeth Nolan , sponsors John Nolan and Margaret McCarthy; Listowel Church, Peter Nolan born 12th Nov. 1818 to John Nolan and Helen Mahony; Listowel Church, Michael Nolan born 21st Sept, 1822 to Dan Nolan and Bridget Enright;

 

 

 

Moyvane Church, Con Nolan Carrueragh born 20th July 1875 son of Tom Nolan and Mary Kennelly; Mary Nolan Carrueragh born 20th Jan. 1867 to Tom Nolan and Mary Kennelly; Tom Nolan Carrueragh born 25th Dec. 1857 to Tom Nolan and Mary Kennelly, sponsors Con Kennelly and Ann Kennelly;

 

 

 

Catherine Nolan Gortdromagowna born 8th April 1837 to John Nolan and Bridget Carmody, also Tom Nolan Gortdromagowna born 13th March 1834 to John Nolan and Bridget Carmody. Joan Nolan Gortdromagowna born 28th Feb. to John Nolan and Elizabeth Nolan.

 

 

 

Jer Nolan Knockanure born 28th Feb. 1871 t Jer Nolan and Helen Kelly, sponsors Pat Dillane and Julia Kelly.

 

 

 

Marriage 28th April 1838 Tom Woulfe and Elizabeth Nolan Gortdromagowna, sponsors Tom Mulvihill and Mary McDonnell.

 

Marriage 12th Feb. 1861 Edward Sheehy of Duagh and Margaret Nolan of Gortdromagowna, sponsors John Stack and Tom Woulfe.

 

 

 


U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
about Kate Kennelly
Name: Kate Kennelly
Birth Date: 4 Sep 1861
Birth Place: Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland
Residence: Pittsburgh, PA, Pennsylvania
Passport Issue Date: 15 Oct 1919
Passport Includes a Photo: Y
Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)





Kennelly
(No Subject)‏
From: Statia Murphy (statia2001@yahoo.com)
Sent: 24 November 2007 21:48:12
To: jer Kenneally (dalyskennelly@hotmail.com)

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
about William J Kennelly
Name: William J Kennelly
Birth Date: 21 Jan 1889
Birth Place: Kallaha, Newtow Sandez CO, Kerry, Ireland
Residence: J Reddy, New York City, New York
Passport Issue Date: 12 Jul 1919
Passport Includes a Photo: Y
Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)




Flaherty‏
From: Statia Murphy (statia2001@yahoo.com)
Sent: 24 November 2007 21:44:34
To: jer Kenneally (dalyskennelly@hotmail.com)

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
about William Flaherty
Name: William Flaherty
Birth Date: 13 Dec 1881
Birth Place: Newtown Sandes CO Kerry, Ireland
Residence: Whipple, Ill
Passport Issue Date: 4 Oct 1920
Father Name: James Flaherty
Father's Birth Location: Ireland
Father's Residence: Whipple, SC
Passport Includes a Photo: Y
Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)


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U S Passport
Patrick Mahoney Birth Date: Mar 1890 Birth Place: Bangheigne CO, Kerry, Irelad Residence: Jersey City, NJ Passport Issue Date: 23 Mar 1922 Father Name: John Mahoney Father's Birth Location: Ireland Father's Residence: CO Kersey, Ireland Passport Includes a Photo: Y Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)

Ancestry -Co‏
From: Statia Murphy (statia2001@yahoo.com)
Sent: 24 November 2007 16:16:08
To: jer Kenneally (dalyskennelly@hotmail.com)

Daniel Patrick Mahony
Birth Date: 1 Feb 1889
Birth Place: Camp, Trelee CO, Kerry, Ireland
Residence: New York, New York
Passport Issue Date: 13 Apr 1920
Passport Includes a Photo: Y
Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490)

Thought you might be interested in this ,



Jer -

As far as I know, Johanna Kennelly of Newtownsandes (b. 1843?)
married Patrick Moore in Ireland. Their Children were Catherine,
Honorah Mary (my great-grandmother), Mary, Michael, and William.
Patrick Moore seems to have died in Ireland, whereupon the rest of
the family emigrated to the U.S. Here I have conflicting information
- it may have been 1872 or 1881, but the former is more likely. The
family came through Philadelphia and went to Pittsburgh, PA, later
moving to New York, which is where my family's from.

Does this sound like your Kennellys?

Eamon Kissane
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Eamon Kissane (1899-1979) was born at Moyvane, formerly Newtownsandes, in North County Kerry on January 4, 1899, the youngest of twelve children. His father James, was a farmer from Ballybunion, and his mother, Bridget, had also been from a farming family. Educated at the local national school, Eamon was expected to pursue a career as a farmer. However, like many young people at the time his life was changed by the events of the Easter Rising. From 1917 onwards he was active in Sinn Féin, the Gaelic League and subsequently the Irish Volunteers. Towards the end of 1920 he was co-opted to a vacant seat on Kerry County Council. He opposed the Anglo-Irish Treaty and supported those who took the Republican side during the Civil War. He was arrested and interned in The Curragh and Mountjoy Prison. He was released as part of the general release of prisoners in 1924.

He went back to the farm for a time but, as the language movement went into full swing again, worked as a full-time organiser and organised language classes in Wexford and Kilkenny where he was then working. During this time he joined Fianna Fáil and he stood for the party in the 1932 General Election in the constituency of Kerry, later Kerry North, being comfortably elected. In 1935 he married Dr. Anne Kehoe, then Medical Officer of New Ross in Wexford. After being elected a TD Kissane pursued a law course and was called to the Bar on June 29, 1938. He practised on the Eastern Circuit before being appointed a Parliamentary Secretary in February 1943 to the Minister for Lands with special responsibility for the Gaeltacht Services. Following the 1943 General Election he became Parliamentary Secretary to the Taoiseach and to the Minister for Defence. He was also the Government Chief Whip at this time and maintained these roles until Fianna Fáil lost power in 1948. At this time he was also elected to the Fianna Fáil Ard Chomhairle.

Kissane lost his Dáil seat at the 1951 General Election and failed to regain it in 1954. He was nominated to the Seanad by de Valera in 1951 as one of his nominees of that year. He was elected on the Cultural and Educational Panel in 1954 and retained his seat until his retirement from politics in 1965. Eamon Kissane died on May 20, 1979.

[edit] Ministerial Career
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Lands [10 February, 1943 to 26 June, 1943]
Parliamentary Secretary to the Taoiseach and to the Minister for Defence [2 July, 1943 to 7 June, 1944]
Parliamentary Secretary to the Taoiseach (Government Chief Whip) and to the Minister for Defence [9 June, 1944 to 18 February, 1948]
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Liam Skinner (1946) Politicians by Accident.
Oireachtas History

 

Here is an excerpt from a letter received by my great-grandmother Hannah Dissett:

 

May 11th 1930

My Dear Cousin Hannah -

I received Your Most Welcome Letter which came as a pleasant surprise to me. If Mother was living she would be Charmed. Mother was a daughter of Micheal Dissette Carrigafoyle & had an Uncle Edward Dissette & a Grandfather Micheal - our Great Grand Father. She spoke always about her people that went out to Canada & How they had to go in those days in sailing ships. Ballylongford is one mile from Carrigafoyle that's our nerest Village.

Oh how I wish you could visit us to drink the Spring water from Dissette's Well, your Great-Grandfather's. It's a few minutes walk from my cottage, the people owns the Farm now there names are Buckleys. Grandfather's House isent there any more But you can see where it was & this Well the people call it Dissette's Well - it's 200 years old.

With best love to all your Family I remain Your

Loving Cousin

Mrs. Patrick Walsh

Carrig Bridge, Ballylongford, Co. Kerry Ireland

(Her full name was Mary Dissett Heffernan Walsh)

On the Discovery Series map of the Ballylongford area Carrig Bridge can be seen at a little crossroad just just one mile north of Ballylongford, southeast of Carrigafoyle and directly east of Martara. Another little north-south trail appears to divide Carrigafoyle in half just the way it was described in my g-g-grandfather's memoir. At the end of that little road is a well. I wonder if it could not be the same one described by Mary Walsh?

 

That Dear Little Town Newtownsandes
by Frank Thornton, 1930

Away back in Kerry in a place I know well
in a cute littel corner overlooking the land
Is a quaint little town and I heard people tell
Why they called it that Dear Little Town Newtownsandes.

Each letter has formed a part of its name
And I want to tell for what each letter stands
Then put them together and you'll think the same
Why they called it That Dear Little Town Newtownsandes.

N Meaning no place as dear to your heart
E Stands for ever so faithful and grand
W For wishes when far, far apart
T For that Dear Little Town Newtownsandes
O For old friends who are thoughtful and kind
W For workers of that old native land
N Meaning neighbors that only you'll find in the midst of That Dear Little Town Newtownsandes
S Is for sons of that great Irish race
A For ancestors who are long past and gone
N For the names of who first built the place and called it
That Dear Little Town Newtownsandes.
D for the daughters of long standing fame
E For endeavors to bring peace to the land
S For the sound of that glorious name,
That Dear Little Town Newtownsandes.


Frank Thornton wrote many songs including.

Memories of Music

There's a sound in the shore I can hear more and more
Where my thoughts in fond memory abide
It comes from the tune of an Irish Gorsoon
As he plays by the dear Shannon side.

The sound of the flute takes me back to my youth
To the days and the nights so sublime
With Old Ireland in tune 'neath a bright Irish moon
Where the fun that was yours was mine.

There a lad from listowel played with heart and with soul
On his violin soothing and sweet
White Ted from Tralee with accordion on knee
Kept time with the beat of his feet.

How the piper from Strand would blend with the band
And the drummer roll off every note
And the dancers would say, please play until day
As each fellow discarded his coat.

The Garden of Daisies, The King of the Fairies,
The Blackbird and Travellers Reel
The Humors of Bandon played by Paddy Cronin
The Thousane tune boy from the Feal.

The music and laughter would linger long after
We each hite the road to our home
And there in our way to each other we'd say
Keep this music alive where we roam.

 


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Ireland

Such fields of green you have never seen
Or such music played in better tone
And the kind of friends that know no end
To make you feel so much at home

Such a pleasant place on this earth's face
Where there is no worry about time of day
And the men at night by the fireside bright
Tell funny tales in their winning way

Yes, in Ireland it is truly grand
To roam the roads and to view the scenes
And the stars at night in their pure delight
Play hide and seek with the moon's bright beams

You'll find fun galore, yes, and all the more
At ceilis, concerts and fleadh cheoils
So the thing to do for a month or two
Is to visit Ireland and such sights behold.

 

Captain Daniel O'Carroll
Irish Republican Army
Died 1924 Aged 28 Buried in Australia
Born Knockanure Co Kerry Ireland
Erected by his family in Ireland

he was a volunteer in the fight for Irish Freedom
he listened to the speeches in Parnell Square in the 1913 as a youth and joined the movement soon after he spent all of his adult working life being a captain apart from the brief spell in Australia which was only 13 months. He was with the army for twelve years

 

Showing results 1 to 4
Match 1 from 'Department of the Taoiseach' Description: Letter to TC Courtney, Chief Engineering Adviser, Department of Local Government and Public Health, from Michael Keane and Sean J Scully, Joint Secretaries, Listowel Parish Relief Committee, 18 November 1941. They enclose a copy of statements of loss and damage incurred during the recent flooding of the parish. For example, Mrs Ellen Buckley, Pollough, Listowel, is an old age pensioner on 10/- per week. She has 21 statute acres at a Poor Law Valuation of £14. She has no stock and has her land let to John Lynch at a rent of £34 out of which she has to pay rent to the Irish Land Commission at £9 and rates of £7. Her dwelling house was brought down by the flooding and she is living with Mrs Kennelly. The statement indicates that she has no chance of returning home. Two tons of potatoes belonging to her were covered with water, thirty hens were drowned and 20 horse rails of turf were damaged.

Date: 18/11/1941

Cabinet: s 12672

File: Listowel, Flooding - 1941

Type: Letter

Keywords: disaster relief

Match 2 from 'Department of the Taoiseach' Description: Report of the Commission on Youth Unemployment, 1951. The terms of reference of the Commission are outlined on page 1 of the report. 'To examine and report on the extent and causes of unemployment amongst young persons of school-leaving age and under 20 years, and, having regard to social, economic and financial considerations, to make recommendations as to the most practicable and desirable measures to prevent and remedy such unemployment'.

Miss Brigid Stafford, Department of Industry and Commerce; Mrs Agnes Ryan; Miss K O'Sullivan; Miss Helena Molony and Miss Louie Bennett were all members of the Commission at various times.

Amongst other topics, the Commission examined the following areas: the extent, causes and remedies of youth unemployment; the school-leaving age; the training and education of young people; vocational guidance and the general welfare of young people. Throughout the report figures and statistics are given for both males and females.

Pages 5 to 13, examine the extent of youth unemployment. Tables indicate the area and age distribution of persons unoccupied. A table on page 9 of the report outlines the ages and sex of the unoccupied young persons in the County Borough of Dublin between the years 1936 and 1946. 'The most striking feature of these tables is that females outnumber males by nearly two to one. It seems probable that a high proportion of the 12225 females, 8686 of whom are under 18 years of age, are members of families whose circumstances are such that it is not imperative for the girls to seek employment, or, if they do want it, they are prepared only to consider work which is congenial to them'.

Page 28, includes several paragraphs on the subject of domestic science. 'Furthermore, Domestic Science helps to train a girl for her natural vocation - the care and management of a home and children'.

The Commission also examined the conditions of employment for young people. Domestic working conditions are highlighted on page 40. 'Over one third (23621) of all occupied girls under twenty and somewhat less than one quarter of all employed women (78522) are according to the Census of Population, 1946, employed as domestic workers. Domestic service is by far the most important single avenue of employment for women in this country. From the evidence we have received it is also, in many respects, the most unsatisfactory'. The conditions of domestic employment are examined in detail.

Amongst the recommendations in the section on juvenile delinquency, the Commission advocates that women be included on the staff of industrial schools catering for boys in order to make up for the lack of family atmosphere in these institutions.

A statement by Miss Louis Bennett regarding her refusal to sign the report is attached. In this statement she outlines her difficulties with the Commission's recommendations in relation to employment for girls, the Council of Education and the Scheme of Vocational Guidance. 'From my experience of girl workers I am obliged to assert that the Report shows little understanding of the modern girl. Nor does it draw attention to the very serious national problem raised by the exodus of girls to seek employment in other countries. It is futile to cling to domestic occupations as the main employment outlet for girls'.

Appendix V, gives a list of organisations and individuals who gave oral evidence or submitted memoranda to the Commission. This list included the following organisations: Catholic Girl Guides of the Diocese of Dublin, Catholic Women's Federation of Secondary School Unions, Irish Countrywomen's Association, Irish Women Citizens' and Local Government Association, Irish Women Workers' Union, Women's Social and Progressive League. The following women were amongst the individuals who made submissions: Mrs B Weingreen, Educationalist, 17 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin; Miss Mollie Boyle, Howth County Dublin and Miss M Kennelly, Matron, Mental Deficiency Institution, Cheshire.

Date: 1951

Cabinet: s 13109B

File: Youth Unemployment, Commission of Enquiry, 1943

Type: report

Keywords: unemployment; unions; employment

Match 3 from 'Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform' NA reference number: 2004/45/17

Original reference number: 72/9/224

Description: Coroners Act, 1962: Francis Kennelly, Ardan de Cue, 45 An Bothar Mor, Galway

Date: 1972-1973

Match 4 from 'Famine Relief Commission Papers, 1845-1847' NA reference number: RLFC3/1/

Original reference number: PLC61M/46

Description: Arthur Moore, PLC, enclosing letters received by Walter Kennelly, a guardian of the Callan Union, Co Kilkenny, regarding distress within the union and minutes of an extraordinary meeting of the Board of Guardians of the Swinford Union, Co Mayo and Sligo, containing an appeal to the Lord Lieutenant, Lord Heytesbury for assistance.

Date: 31/01/1846

Item: 484

Drawings: 19

County: Kilkenny




John Moriarty -
The Mangerton Shaman
By Tony Bailie
With a shock of white hair, ancient lived in eyes and a mildly eccentric dress sense, John Moriarty is someone who causes people to do a double take as he passes by. He exudes an easy going and unselfconscious charm which enthrals the waitresses in the restaurant where we sit down to eat and they seem to squabble over who is going to serve him.
Our conversation is an almost hypnotic experience as Moriarty intones his sentences in a rich north Kerry accent, repeating key phrases two or three times to milk the full impact of the point he wants to make, almost as if he is mimicking the chanting shamans who dominate so much of his writing.

He has published five books drawing liberally upon the legends of Ireland, classical Greece, American Indians, Australian Aborigines, Ancient Egypt, Islam, Asia and the Christian Gospels to try and articulate the inner most mysteries of human consciousness.

His most recent book Nostos, published in March 2001, is a huge sprawling volume of autobiography containing nearly 700 pages of tightly crammed text, with no chapter breaks, setting out many of the ideas that he had already articulated in his previous books, but in a ``biographical context.''

He was born in Moyvane in 1938, educated at University College Dublin, lectured English Literature in Canada for six years before dropping out of academia to live in Connemara where he worked as a gardener.



Just found Hayes grave in Murhur .

Rev Stephen Hayes CC 11 years curate in the Diocese of Limerick, born 29-2- 1840, died 30th 3 -1875 RIP.
James C Hayes M.D. L.R.C.S.Palliskenery Medical Officer born August 5th 1837, died of fever 18- 1- 1874 RIP, died in discharge of his duties.
Rev John Hayes CC. D.D..
Michael and Johanna Hayes of Fairy Street Athea born October 20th 1823, Died at Shanagolden ? 12th of October 1871.
The first who was ordained Con curcus? Diocese of the Catholic University.
Also in memory of Johanna Hayes widow of Michael Hayes of Fairy Street, Athea who died 26-4- 1872 aged 74 years one of the best of mothers.
In memory of Mary Elizabeth nee Boucnieui? wife of Tom Hayes M.B., MRC.S. TnG who died March 12th 1888 aged 49 years.
J. P. Bionvilla? Rathkeale.

rang Margaret Tobin of Abbeyfeale and asked about her aunts and uncles Molony's of Islandanny.
She did not know of the nine children of Margaret Hudson and John Moloney.
She believed that Edward, Margaret and Tom must have died young and Johanna Moloney died as a young teenage girl,

John married Julia Broderick their daughter Sr. Consuelo Moloney of Lixnaw convent died a short while ago, the other girl was Mrs Guiltenane of Milford near Dromcollegher.

Mary Moloney married Jer Kennelly of Knockanure they had Patrick, Rita, Eileen and Mary Kennelly.

Denis was a priest in America New Brighton I think , I have more on him.

Hanora married Tom Fitzgerald of Abbeyfeale.

James married Hannah Cecilia Fitzgerald , I think she was a sister of Tom above.



RENFEW Canada

10559-90 Daniel KENNELLY, 32, farmer, of Admaston, s/o Martin KENNELLY & Ellen McGRATH, married Margaret CULHAUR (Culhane?), 26, of Ashdad, d/o Daniel CULHAUR & Ellen ENRIGHT, witn: Philip KENNELLY of Admaston & Bridget CULHAUR, 9 June 1890 at Mt. St. Patrick


10558-90 Joseph KENNELLY, no age given, farmer, of Brougham, s/o Patrick KENNELLY & Hannah MADIGAN, married Alice KEILY, no age given, of Admaston, d/o Patrick KEILY & Mary McCARTHY, witn: Matthew KAUR & Mary McCARTHY, 14 March 1890 at Mt. St. Patrick

1871 census @ca.on.081j1 family 311
@ca.on.renfrew.admaston_township division 1 page 89 film C10021 lds0349195
electoral district of Renfrew South
1 311 311 KENNELLY Martin m 40 Ire RC Irish farmer married
2 KENNELLY {?} Ellan f 41 Ire RC Irish married
3 KENNELLY Mary f 16 Ont RC Irish
4 KENNELLY Ellan f 15 Ont RC Irish
5 KENNELLY Daniel m 12 Ont RC Irish
6 KENNELLY Julie f 9 Ont RC Irish
7 KENNELLY Martin m 8 Ont RC Irish
8 KENNELLY Phillip m 7 Ont RC Irish
9 KENNELLY Michael m 4 Ont RC Irish

 

 

1871 census @ca.on.081j1 family 309
@ca.on.renfrew.admaston_township division 1 page 88 film C10021 lds0349195
electoral district of Renfrew South
6 309 309 ENRIGHT Tho m 53 Ire RC Irish farmer married
7 ENRIGHT {?} Mary f 40 Ire RC Irish married
8 ENRIGHT Timothy m 19 Ont RC Irish farmer
9 ENRIGHT Anne f 18 Ont RC Irish
10 ENRIGHT John m 15 Ont RC Irish farmer
11 ENRIGHT Mary f 14 Ont RC Irish
12 ENRIGHT James m 12 Ont RC Irish
13 ENRIGHT Patrick m 10 Ont RC Irish
14 ENRIGHT Michael m 9 Ont RC Irish
15 ENRIGHT Margret f 7 Ont RC Irish
16 ENRIGHT Edward m 5 Ont RC Irish
17 ENRIGHT Catharine f 3 Ont RC Irish
18 ENRIGHT Ellan f 5/12 nov RC Irish =

 

 

1871 census @ca.on.081j1 family 313
@ca.on.renfrew.admaston_township division 1 page 89 film C10021 lds0349195
electoral district of Renfrew South
19 313 313 MULVIHILL Martin m 60 Ire RC Irish farmer married
20 MULVIHILL {?} Margret f 40 Ire RC Irish married
page 090
1 MULVIHILL Myrie f 19 Ont RC Irish
2 MULVIHILL Elizabeth f 16 Ont RC Irish
3 MULVIHILL Tho m 13 Ont RC Irish
4 MULVIHILL Johannah f 11 Ont RC Irish
5 MULVIHILL Michael m 10 Ont RC Irish
6 MULVIHILL James m 8 Ont RC Irish
7 MULVIHILL Martin m 6 Ont RC Irish
8 MULVIHILL John m 4 Ont RC Irish

 

1871 census @ca.on.081j1 family 319
@ca.on.renfrew.admaston_township division 1 page 91 film C10021 lds0349195
electoral district of Renfrew South
15 319 319 McCOLE John m 21 Ire RC Irish farmer
16 McCOLE {?} mrs f 50 Ire RC Irish widow

 

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1871 census @ca.on.081j1 family 320
@ca.on.renfrew.admaston_township division 1 page 91 film C10021 lds0349195
electoral district of Renfrew South
18 McCOLE {?} Jane f 25 Ont RC Irish married
19 McCOLE Charles m 2 Ont RC Irish

DOODY

Im in Australia researching my Direct Line of DOODY, That came here in 1882 from Listowel Co Kerry
My Great Grandfather JOHN THOMAS DOODY Born circa 1860, and his Sister MARY JOSEPHINE DOODY, Born circa 1864
I realise i may not be able to Find John thomas Doodys birth, as registration didnt begin till 1864 in Ireland...They Both Catholics
But im wondering if some kind person may have access to either Co Kerry records or Irish Baptisms around 1864, that they could do a lookup for me please with MARY JOSEPHINE DOODYS Birth, with Sister being MARY
Apparently JOHN THOMAS DOODY was second son of Thomas Doody of Listowel Co Kerry according to a Newspaper article here re his Marriage
Thankyou
Regards from Australia
Cathy:)




MAHONY

From: Katie < kateinthekitchen@yahoo.com>
Subject: [IRL-KERRY] Mahoney
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2007 09:55:27 -0700 (PDT)
hello.
I'm stumped and don't know where to go from here in my research. I'll tell you what I have and if anyone could "tell me where to go" ;) from here that would be great.

I'm trying to find information on my great-grandfather, Maurice Mahoney, b. Oct 17, 1873, rumored possibly in Kerry.
I know he married Margaret Connor in Winchendon, MA 1904, at 25 years of age
From that certificate I know that his parents were James and Bridget (Enright) Mahoney, both born in Ireland.
(Margaret Connor, b. 1882 Winchendon, MA dau. of Patrick and Ellen (Cahill) Connor--but that's another posting ;) )

On familysearch.org, I found an Edward Mahoney, also in Winchendon, (m. 1898, d. 1903), with the same parents' names. Winchendon is a small town *now*, so I find it hard to imagine that there would be two men in that town at the same time with the same parents names.. unless they were brothers.

On Ancestry.com I found a Maurice "Mahony" that emmigrated to Winchendon, in 1902, at 23 years of age, to visit his sister "Annie" on Cross St. (This would be the right age to have married Margaret at 25 two years later. ) And the 1900 Winchendon census lists a child of Edward and Minnie as "Annie". It also says that the "place of last residence" was "Newtownsande". Is that a town in Kerry?

Thanks to help from good folks on another list, I have Maurice's draft card, and cencus listings for 1910, 1920, and 1930. The 1930 census has a "2" in a circle under the colum headed "year of immigration to the United States". This could be 1902- which makes me suspect the passanger list I found is the right person.

I don't know where to go from here to find any more information on Maurice. I don't know if James and Bridget ever emmigrated. I was hoping to find a birth certificate for Maurice.

Any help would be great. Unfortunately, I work *a lot* (and far away from a computer), and cannot spend nearly as much time on this as I would like.
thanks,
Katie



Mulvihill

I have a birth record for the above, born 21 July 1883 to John and Mary (Carmody) Mulvihill of the above town. Would be pleased to send it to a descendant.
Cheers,
Kay


Followups:

Re: Patrick Mulvihill b. 1883 Knockanure, Kerry Anne Morrisson 11/07/01

List of newspaper deaths of Keanes.
Collected at Tralee Library from cards Oct 2007
From Jer Kennelly

Mrs Ann of Listowel KS Mar 5 1910; Rev B.W Km Nov 13th 1954 p9; Bernard Tralee 18th Aug 1995 p2 KM; Sr. Borgia KM Dec 9 1961 p17; Kit Clounprohus Moyvane 28 -2001June KE; Bernard Tralee KS Dec 10th 1914; Catherine Pullough Listowel KS- 6th Feb 1957 p3; Cath Ballyferriter KM Jan 3 1953; Mrs Catherine KS Feb 16th 1907 Pullock;Dan of Dugh June 27th 1931 p7, Dan Knocknagoshel and USA Aug 1941, KM; Rev Dan J. Duagh May 19th 1962 p7 KM; Eileen of Abbeyfeale KM Sept 1st 1945 p6; E. T. Listowel May 19th 1945 p3 KM; Sr. Gabrielle Lixnaw, 26th 3rd 1998; Rev Hugh Waterville KM Sept 15th 1945; SR. M Ita KM Nov 4th 1950 p8; Mrs D. J. Listowel KS Sept 1st 1900; James Ballybunion Feb 14th 1942 KM; Mrs James Listowel KS Oct 2nd 1915 p3; James of Knocknagoshel 9th Oct 1948; Jer of Lisselton March 5th 1902 KS; Jer of Listowel KChampion 23rd Jan 1937 p7; Rev Jer Listowel KM March 8th 1969 p13; Rev Jer Dublin KM 26th April 1969 p32; John Listowel May 14th 1966 p16; John C of Ballygrennan KS March 23rd 1904; Dr John J of Liverpol and Listowel KS April 5th 1902 ; Joseph Listowel Dec 17th 1976? KM; J J Duagh Aug 4th 1945 KM; Kerry Keane Knocknagoshel KS 6-2-1907; Rev Kerry Knocknagoshel March 18th 1967 p3; Margaret Listowel 25-2-1939;Mary A Ballylongford Cleanmore 20-8-1998; Sr M Anthont Slievecahill, Listowel 30th Jan 1987 KM; Mary nee Fitzgerald KM March 3rd 1997; Mce J of Ballygrennan KS Aug 31st 1901p3 checked the paper and could not find him; Rev Michael of Newtownsandes Feb 10th 1934 p3; Sr. M Michael Tralee June 16th 1966; Rev P Listowel KM 19-3-1955; Rev P Listowel KM 14-2-1961 p17; Pat J Listowel 2th Nov 1970 KM; Pat Ballybunion 4-2-1983 KM; Sr. M Patrick KS 27-2 1912 p3; Rev Mother Raphael Lixnaw KM 31-12- 1966; Dr Vincent Dublin KM 27th Aug 1966 p9; Sr. Walburga Ballylongford Km April 16th 1982; William KM Oct 3rd 1931 p13 and William Keane Listowel Aug 10th 1963.

KS Kerry Sentinal
KM Kerryman

KE Kerry's Eye.

KC Kerry Champion.

Rev Dr Walsh died Kerry Priest.

Death of Fr Walsh report c Feb 1901 in Plattsburgh [New York ] Paper.

His funeral Mass at St Johns Church at 10-15 the Church was thronged.

Pallbearers Edward Hannon, W J Daly, Joseph Donahoe of Ogdensburg, E J Dinneen of Ottawa Illinois, J P Kavanagh of Montreal, A O Keeffe, F Mc Cadden, and S K Ryan.[Relatives attended]

Mass was Celebrated by Rt. Rev Bishop Gabriels, Fr Rossiter ,Vicar General Swift and Fr La Rose Assisted.Also Fr Cox, Fr Emard and Fr O Brien.A Choir of 100 from St Peters and St Johns Churches sang.

Fr Conway of Ogdensburg gave the Sermon.

The Grey Nuns of D`Youville Convent and Sisters of Mercy from Sanatorium , Gabriels , Saranac Lake attended.

Fitzgerald was the Undertaker.

Dr Walsh was buried Mount Carmel Cemetery.

His brothers in Kerry Edward E Walsh,Tullamore , Listowel.William Walsh Ahanagran Ballylongford,Mrs Nolan Drombeg Listowel.Mrs Enright Kilflynn, Mrs Quill ? Dromlacht ? Listowel, Mrs Walsh Ahalanna Newtown Dillon, Mrs O Sullivan USA.

JK

 

 

 

 

Jan 29th 1869 Moyvane

 

HusbandWifeName JAMES KENNELLY CATHERINE GOOLDEN Address GURTACLAHAN

GURTDROMAGOUMA Occupation NR NR Father MATHEW KENNELLY JOHN GOOLDEN Mother

NR NR NR NR Witness Jer Kennelly and John Stack.

 

 

Name MATHEW KENNELLY Date of Birth 24 January 1857 (BASED ON OTHER DATE

INFORMATION) Address LISTOWEL Father DANIEL KENNELLY Mother JULIA DILLON

 

 

 

Name MATHEW KENNELLY Date of Birth 31 January 1858 (BASED ON OTHER DATE

INFORMATION) Address PALLAS Father TIMOTHY KENNELLY Mother JOHANNA QUILTER

 

 

Name ALICE HAYES

Date of Birth 8 February 1878

Address BALLYLONGFORD

Father MICHAEL HAYES

Mother CATHERINE KENNELLY

 

Further details in the record

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 MATHEW GUINEY

Sponsor 2 MARY GUINEY

Priest REV.M.O'SULLIVAN

 

 

 

Name MICHAEL GALVIN

Date of Birth 2 October 1888

Address GURTACLOGHANE

Father JAMES GALVIN

Mother HONORA STACK

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 MATHEW KENNELLY

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 MARY GALVIN

 

 

 

 

 

Name MARY KENNELLY

Date of Birth 4 March 1855 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address PALLAS

Father TIMOTHY KENNELLY

Mother JOHANNA QUILTER

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 PATRICK KENNELLY

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 ELIZABETH KENNELLY

 

 

 

Name DERMOT KENELLY

Date of Birth 4 January 1862 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address PALLACE

Father TIMOTHY KENELLY

Mother JOHANNA QUILTER

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 PATRICK KENELLY

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 HONORA KENELLY

 

 

Name DANIEL KENNELLY

Date of Birth 14 July 1861 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address PALLAS

Father DANIEL KENNELLY

Mother JULIA DILLANE

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 DANIEL KENNELLY

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 HONORA KENNELLY

 

 

Name JOHN KENNELLY

Date of Birth 24 June 1855 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address LYREACRUMPANE

Father DANIEL KENNELLY

Mother JULIA DILLANE

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 THOMAS DILLANE

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 JOHANNA DILLANE

 

 

 

 

 

Lixnaw

Name DANIEL HAYES

Date of Birth 5 April 1852 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address BALLINGARRET

Father DENIS HAYES

Mother ELIZABETH KENNELLY

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 JOHN HAYES

Sponsor 2 MARY DILLANE

 

 

 

 

Name THOMAS MCCORMICK

Date of Birth 13 August 1895

Address ISLAND

Father ALEXANDER MCCORMICK

Mother ELLEN KENNELLY

 

Further details in the record

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 ELIZABETH HAYES

Sponsor 2 NR NR

 

 

 

Moyvane

Name WILLIAM MOORE

Date of Birth 31 January 1864 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address MOYVANE

Father PATRICK MOORE

Mother JOHANNA KENNELLY

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 MICHAEL MOORE

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 MARY MOORE

 

 

Name CATHERINE MOORE

Date of Birth 24 April 1867 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)

Address CLAAR

Father PATRICK MOORE

Mother JOHANNA KENNELLY

 

Further details in the record

Child Denomination RC

Father Occupation NR

Sponsor 1 MICHAEL ENRIGHT

Sponsor 1 Address NR

Sponsor 2 JOHANNA QUINN

Sponsor 2 Address NR

 

 

Kennelly, Bridget 2 MAY 1846 - Coolnaleen, Diocese of Kerry, Parish of

Listowel R.C. - Kennelly, Cornelius - Ballyegan, Parish of Ballybunion

R.C., Diocese of Kerry - Kennelly, Eileen - - Kennelly,

lizabeth - - Kennelly, Honora 13 APR 1841 - Coolnaleen, Diocese of

Kerry, Parish of Listowel R.C. - Kennelly, Jeremiah - - Kennelly,

an - - Kennelly, John - - Kennelly, Margaret ABT. 1845 - 2 FEB

1927 - Tooreen, Duagh, County Kerry

 

 

 

Barry, Bridget - - Barry, Catherine 12 FEB 1843 - - Barry,

mund - Ballyegan, Parish of Ballybunion R.C., Diocese of Kerry - Barry,

Ellen 11 JUN 1848 - - Barry, Honora 15 MAR 1850 - - Barry, John 28

MAY 1840 - - Barry, Margaret - - Barry, Mary 10 JUN 1837 - -

 

 

 

Donoghue, Daniel 21 AUG 1867 - - Donoghue, Daniel - - Donoghue,

Helen - - Donoghue, James 1781 - 3 MAY 1854 - Kilmurry, County Kerry,

Ireland Donoghue, Jeremiah - ABT. 1929 - Kilmurry, County Kerry, Ireland

Donoghue, Mary Theresa 24 JUN 1926 - County, Mayo, , Ireland 15 FEB

2008 - Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States Donoghue, Michael - -

Donoghue, Nicholas - 8 OCT 1980 - Donoghue, Nicholas - Kilmurry,

County Kerry, Ireland UNKNOWN -

 

 

Connor, Daniel 11 AUG 1833 - - Connor, Joanna - Cordal, Diocese of

Kerry, Parish of Castleisland R.C. - Connor, Margaret - - Connor,

Michael 24 FEB 1828 - - Connor, Michael -

 

Moloney, - - Moloney, - - Moloney, Denis 24 April 1881 - County

Kerry, Ireland - Moloney, Edmund 28 Jul 1878 - County Kerry, Ireland -

Moloney, Honora Moloney 20 Jan 1880 - - Moloney, James 31 March 1889 -

County Kerry, Ireland - Moloney, Jeremiah - - Moloney, Johanna 15

Oct 1891 - County Kerry, Ireland - Moloney, John 23 Dec 1876 -

Islandanny - Moloney, John - Islandanny - Moloney, Julia ABT.

911 - - Moloney, Kate about 1880 - Trieneragh 25 Mar 1957 - Chicago,

Cook, Illinois, USA Moloney, Mary ABT. 1910 - - Moloney, Mary - -

Moloney, Mary 11 Nov 1886 - County Kerry, Ireland - Moloney,

aurice - - Moloney, Patrick - - Moloney, Thomas 24 June 1885 -

County Kerry, Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

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I believe that I m related to the Relihans of Duagn Can you help? This is my connection. Any info helpful. Catherine A. Briggs, Portlnad, OR

 

Mary Relihan married Mortimer Daly,

 

They had 7 CHILDREN:

1. Patrick J. Daly b. Aug 21,1888 in Duagh, Kilmorna, Co. Kerry, died a Catholic Priest-Monsignoir in San Luis Obispo, California

 

2. John Daly who had at least 2 sons: Patrick Daly & Thomas Daly who were Catholic Priests

 

3. Thomas Daly who had at least 3 dtrs: Philomena who married a William Curtain, and a nun (name unkn), and a dtr named Mrs Michael Kennedy

 

4. Mortimer Jr. Daly, a Catholic Priest;

 

5. Nora Daly married to a Danaher, who had 4 children 3 sons and a dtrr: Timothy Danaher & Mortimer Leo Danaher are Catholic priests-Monsignoirs, Peggy Danaher married to Tom Stack, and Patrick Danaher.

 

6. Margaret Daly married to a Stanley

 

7. Mary Josephine a nun.

 

Sorry! I mixed generations in my previous message to you. My records indicate that Thomas Relihan, your great-grandfather, did indeed marry Mary Dillon upon his return to Ireland from the U.S. My records of their children include Catherine (m. Hartnett); Fr. Thomas (who died in 1935 in California); Ellen (m. Dillen); Mary (m Kelly); James; Margaret (m. Connell); John; and Michael (your grandfather) b.1890. Michael married Mary (sic) Bresnen (sic). They had eight children: Fr. Thomas Relihan, who was living in Susanville, California, in 1979; James; Michael; Daniel; Ellen (m. Bryan Gribbon/Gribben); Mary; Philomene (m. Michael Giles), and Catherine (m. Sean Downey).

 

I believe that your great-grandfather, Thomas Relihan, was the son of Michael Relihan and Catherine Hartnett, and a brother to my grandmother, Ellen Relihan, of Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. When Ellen, 18 in 1878, decided to go to California, her brother Thomas went with her as chaperone. Thomas worked in the gold mines of Nevada and on a "plantation" near Los Angeles before returning to Ireland. He married Mary Brosnan and had a son, Michael, known as "Mick the Yank" because his father had been to the U.S. My aunt and cousin visited them in 1937 in Duagh. I have a photo from that trip showing the Irish Relihans in front of the house where Ellen Relihan was born. I have more information, including Ellen's letters to her father, and will gladly share.

 

 

 

RELIHAN (Kilcara, Duagh, Co. Kerry) - May 7, 2010, at Kerry General Hospital, (peacefully), James; deeply regretted by his family, brothers Fr. Tom (Ione, U.S.A.) and Doney (Islandanny, Duagh), sisters Eileen Gribben (Glasnevin, Dublin) and Philomena Giles (Leixlip), brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Reposing at his home this (Saturday) evening from 6 o'clock with removal at 9 o'clock to St. Brigid's Church Duagh. Requiem Mass tomorrow (Sunday) at 11.30 o'clock Funeral afterwards to Springmount Cemetery.