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Am searching for the COX family. They appear to have straddled the border
with Fermanagh. Onlt 2 Christian names Daniel (?) and Patrick( born in
parish of Inishmacsaint 1828 died Channel Islands 1883. Patrick served in
the 27th Regiment and spent 12 years in India, Served thro' the Indian
Any scrap of info or suggestions welcome.
Researching ORR from Culdaff, Co. Donegal, Ireland
KERRIGAN from Carrickmaquigley, Redcastle, Donegal, Ireland
MCGROARTY from Cooley, Moville, Co. Donegal
BRESLIN from Tullyalley, Redcastle, Co. Donegal
Anyone out there related?Thanks,Cheryl
I'm helping a friend who is trying to find origins and possible
connections of McMenamin families in NZ.
Edward McMenamin (c1835-1918) married Jane Brown and had 11 children
James McMenamin (c1837-1886) married Annie Craig . No children found. On
his death she married Wyeth
John McMenamin (c1843-1925) married Elizabeth Wrighton and had 7
Andrew Mcmenamin (c1846-1921) married Mary Francis and had 10 children
Patrick McMenamin (c1855-1917) married Mary Murphy. No children found.
James McMenamin (c1855-1925) married Mary Ellen Creig and had 7
children. He died in Sydney.
Unfortunately only known parents of any of the above six McMenamins come
from and Ancestry tree
that suggest Edward's parents as Patrick McMenamin & Annie McGowan. I've
been unable to find a
marriage or any children for this couple, or likely baptisms for any of
the six using FindMyPast Ireland.
Circumstantial evidence from Papers Past in NZ suggest James, Patrick &
Andrew are brothers.
Possibly Edward & John are brothers or cousins, and the second James a
Does anybody recognise any of these families?
My friend descends from John McMenamin & Elizabeth Wrighton.
I'm hesitant to go to the costly exercise of purchasing death
certificates for each of them and find
that they don't have and parent details.
I ordered a copy of the above-mentioned birth record from The General Register Office. I received a copy of what I assume is what I ordered. However it is written in the Irish language which I cannot read. I wrote to the Register Office asking for their help; but was told that was not their job. Would bee happy to send a copy of the record via e-mail if someone would volunteer to translate it for me. Thanks, Carolyn Stone [USA]
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