Dear Viola, when working on these Kavanaghs, if you wouldn't mind, please look for my
John Kavanagh/Cavanagh who married Mary Ryne and had a son, Lawrence Calvin
Kavanagh/Cavanagh. Calvin is a strange name for a Roman Catholic boy. He was born
about14 Nov. 1837 somewhere in Ireland. They departed for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, in about
1845-1848. The parents died at sea or at Grosse Ile, Quebec. Lawrence Calvin
Kavanagh/Cavanagh was my mother's grandfather and has many descendants in NS and the
U.S. I find the name in Dublin, in County Carlow, and County Wexford. Shirley
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From: "Viola Wiggins" <viola.wiggins(a)tesco.net>
Subject: Re: FERMANAGH-GOLD South African Research
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 11:55:35 +0100
Thank you David and Jenni,
I have passed the information on to Rev Ivan and asked him to email some
details to me.
I might call up and see him this afternoon as I am helping his neighbour
with her Kavanagh Family reunion to be held in Dublin next month.
I am trying to make 11 four generation Fan Charts for her. One each for her
mother, Aunts and Uncles giving them 4 generations of ancestors using Tribal
Pages an online freebie, which sometimes prints, sometimes not.
We will frame those charts and present each person with one along with the
Family Narritave so they can read how we researched and found the
Each of the eleven have spouses and children as well as Grandchildren so
gathering the dates of Birth and Marriages has been difficult and entailed
many phone calls.
Of course we also have 5 sets of twins in the tree.
Twins run in families so always watch out for them. Sometimes one is born
just before midnight and the other after midnight which gives them different
If that happens on 31st December and 1st January they have different years
Thank you all again
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