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I am searching for the ancestors or family members of ANDREW FARRELL (or
O'Farrell) who was born in County Longford, Ireland around 1801, 1802 or
Andrew left Ireland and came to the U.S. and was living in Davies
County, Indiana around 1850. He married Catharine Smith who was born in
Maryland, I think.
Andrew died in Davies Co., Indiana in 1894 at the age of 92.
Can you help me? Please e-mail me. freshman(a)flash.net
Hi, I would appreciate any information on the following;
Andrew CAVANAGH b.approx1770
record of 1825 tithe assessment in Cranlymore, Motrim parish,
County Longford, Ireland.
Had seven children, only one of whom is known
He is Daniel CAVANAGH
b. County Lonford, Ireland, 1802
d.Jarvis, Ontario, Canada, October 15, 1879, age 77yrs.
Married Elizabeth Harrison (whose father was Welsh)
d.Jarvis, Ontario, Canada August 10, 1886, age 76 yrs.
Daniel was a school teacher by profession and part-time farmer.
Emmigrated to Quebec, approx. 1836, going then Vermont, to New Yorkstate, then to Canada. They had 12 children:
Mary Jetitia (Letitia?)J. Thomas H. (or C.)
Robert A. John Eliza A.
Margaret James Sarah J.
William H. Daniel George
Daniel & Elizabeth CAVANAGH are buried in the cemetary behind the ST. Pauls Anglican Church of Canada, Jarvis, Ontario, Canada
In 1870, John, William, James came to Missauki Co Michigan with Daniel soon joining them.
Daniel Married Agnes Jane Stout in 1873. Their children;
James Olney Harrison A. Walton G.
Margaret (Maggie) Abraham Burt
Howard Bruce Clifford
Howard was my great grandfather.
Oral tradition has it that MCBAINS were cousins? from Ireland. They were together in Canada, and the CAVANAGH brothers followed them to Reedon, Mi, that became and still is McBain, MI.
I would also appreciate any information about Cranlymore, Motrim Parish, is it close to the border of Co. Caven? Whas there famine around 1836? I know Daniel and Elizabeth left with Mary as an infant. How would I go about finding any current CAVANAGHS in the area?
Any infor will be greatly appreciated!!
Thanks in advance,
Jodi Carra, Michigan, USA
I am looking for a good researcher or genealogist to gather information on a Michael Filan.
The information I have is that he was born about 1797, was from the Townland of Longfield, Parish
Mostrim, County Longford. I believe he emigrated to the states sometime around 1849-1852 with
three(3) or four(4) sons named Edward, John, William and maybe Joseph. Michael Filan was my gggrandfather and I am trying to verify that he is the same Michael Filan that originated in County Longford. I have sent basically the same message to County Longford. Thus far I have received no takers.I am not looking for a free ride, I am willing to pay for this service.