Hi again Peter, just as an aside, Madgy Boyle's youngest daughter Celia
McCole was baptized by Hugh McFadden at St Mary's Derrybeg in 1868, I think
I mentioned in a earlier email that Madgy Boyle had a brother Cornelius
Boyle who came to Sydney with the Donegal relief fund. All we have been
able to find out about Cornelius is that he was from Gweedore and that he
married Catherine Gallagher and they had one son Manus. Celia McCole's
Godparents were Francis and Maria Gallagher. We know that the McCole's
farmed lot 24 in Ardnagappary, Tullahobegley, Kilmacrennan. There
neighbours were Devers/Divers, Duggans and McBrides. I was helped on the
Donegal list by some wonderful people, I would never have been able to get
any of the information I did had it not been for a couple of the list
I hope you have heaps of success finding more information on your Boyles, I
will be happy to share whatever I have on our Boyle side.
From: Peter Boyle [mailto:Peter.Boyle@its.monash.edu.au]
Sent: Friday, 19 September 2003 4:26 PM
Subject: [DONEGAL] BOYLE in Tullaghobegly - thanks.
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Content-type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
Dear Rob and Liam,
Thank you both very much for your help and suggestions.
I have checked the Tithe Applotment website Rob and as you say - 4
variations of Ferghal. The townland of Doare has two Fargil Boyles, one
Charles Boyle and also Magees, so would seem to be the likely area my
Charles and Sarah`s Bounty Certificate suggested that they were married
in St. Marys Derrybeg by Rev. Hugh McFadden in 1834. Derrybeg and Doare
are quite close, so circumstantially the Boyles of Doare could be mine.
I would appreciate the list of Boyles and Magees on the Flax List - they
will be useful as more information is uncovered. Also could you list
McBrides Rob, they are Charles wife`s family.
I will follow you suggestion Liam and search the Griffiths Valuation, it
will be interesting to see how many Doare Boyles and Magees have
survived till that time.
The 1901 census may be a bit far away in time from Charles` departure
from Ireland but certainly worth a check for Fearghal and the multitude
of variations. My middle name is spelt Farigill - a spelling that has
only been used for the last three generations in my family - it is
certainly a name you can tinker with !
All the best and thanks again,
Content-type: text/x-vcard; charset=us-ascii; name=Peter.Boyle.vcf
Content-disposition: attachment; filename=Peter.Boyle.vcf
Content-description: Card for Peter Boyle
tel;cell:0419 004 602
org:Teaching Facilities Support Unit
adr;quoted-printable:;;Building 14=0D=0AMonash University=0D=0AWellington
==== IRL-CO-DONEGAL Mailing List ====
This list is for anyone researching ancestors in County Donegal Ireland.
Thank you for joining our forum.
Our Ireland website is: http://irelandgenealogyprojects.rootsweb.com/
To join Ancestry.com
and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go