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Anna Agatha forde
My grandmother, Anna forde, was born bonniconlon in 1905. Her parents were patrick and ellen (nellie) forde. What area church would contain her baptismal Cert? Full address I have is knock roe, rather Dane, bonniconlon. I'may in Ireland now. Thanks for any replies. Sharon dalmer
by: Sharon dalmer on May 04, 2017
Collins family Achonry
Michael and Catherine Collins lived in Achonry in the early 1800s. Catherine died in 1853, Michael in 1860. Their children Mary, John, William and Bridget emigrated to Australia during the 1850s. Their daughter Catherine remained in Ireland, probably continuing to live in the Achonry area. It is possible there were other children who also led their lives in the area. The Australian descendants of Michael and Catherine Collins would dearly love to know of any descendants remaining in Ireland. Tobercurry, Drumbaun are other places within the Achonry area that members of the Collins family may have lived. Please contact me if you think you may know anything at all. The family tree is on Ancestry.com by numerous descendants.
by: Mandy Collins on January 30, 2017
Sweeney/Boylan family from Achonry
Hello Anchonry residents . Does anyone remember anyone from the family of James Sweeney and Annie Sweeney (Boylan) In 1940 they had a daughter Annie Bernadette Sweeney . She married in London Michael Dempsey and they had a daughter in 1966 called Shirley . Are they back in Sligo ? Any news would be great . Thank you all very much .
by: Shirley Holmes on September 28, 2016
Looking for Brennan and Henry relations
My grandfather, Patrick Brennan left the Tuberrcurry area around 1865 & settled in Yonkers, NY. His father was also Patrick, married to Ann Henry. He had many siblins, including Thomas, Charles, Ann, William and Winifred. On a recent visit to your area, I stopped in your church and found a beautiful Stained glass window with some of those same names. Wondering if any knows about this family or any of these individuals. My grandfather died many years before I was born and my dad died young before I was able to ask about his family history. It would be fantastic if someone could provide any information. Thank you. 4
by: Ellen Snowdon on May 18, 2016
Gormanly family
While reading the on-line newsletter, Irish Central yesterday, I saw there were two daughters of Nora Agnes Gormanly seeking information about her as well. The cite to contact given is: contact@findersinternational.ie and tele # is 0035316917252. Best of luck! Lisa Pickens from California...maistrox3@aol.com
by: Lisa Pickens on April 27, 2016
Della McGowen
looking for grandmother, Della McGowen, born 1874/1876. Left Ireland for U.S. abt. 1884
by: Sue Buzard on December 20, 2015
Part Time Carers wanted
Part time Carers wanted in the South Sligo and North Roscommon areas.Experience required. Please apply and send your CV attention Bernie Connolly to: Older Persons Service RSG Derrane Co Roscommon info@rosdisabilities.ie
by: Margaret Bourke on November 07, 2015
family search Rice - Bench - Nolan
Hello, I am traveling to Ireland Oct 8th to the 15th next month. I am trying to find a church that would have information on my grandfather's grandfather. What churches in Ireland have records dating back to 1790 to 1840's? I have naturalization papers for my grandfathers father Michael Rice in 1856 in America. I think he was born 7 Aug 1831 in Wexford. I am unable to find his parents Edward and Hannah Nolan. Also, my grandfathers mother Catharine Bench was born in Ireland to John and Margaret Bench in? 1832? My hope is to find a place of my roots to visit during my stay. I dream of meeting live family members. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thank you Arlene Gennari
by: Arlene Gennari on September 05, 2015
McDonaghs/Henry/Faney
Hello, Anyone remaining from the families of Robert McDonagh, Agnes Henry, or the Faneys who's family member was married to Agnes Henry. They were from Branchfield/Carrowneden area. Fr. Gallagher did find my relatives records from the area so I am looking for LIVE relatives or at least where they might be buried. Contact nurzmoe@charter.net and I will be over in June 2015. Thank you, Maureen Horan (Robert McDonaghs Gr Grandaughter)
by: maureen Horan on April 30, 2015
Looking for Daileys
My great great grandfather, James Dailey, was from Achonry. Born 1824. Left Ireland around 1846. His father's name may have been Luke. I am visiting Ireland with my sister beginning April 7 for a very short visit. If there are any Dailey's left in the area I would love to meet you.
by: Margaret Anne Dailey Fulop on March 31, 2015
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