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There are number or Molloy baptisms in the Drumlish parish record. I can't say for sure you will find Patrick there but I remember seeing the name Molloy frequently as I was searching for other names. The Drumlish parish record is on FHL 1279221 available thru any LDS Family History Center. Also the Killoe parish records are searchable on-line at http://www.igp-web.com/longford/churchrecs.htm
Would be most appreciative for look-up re:
William POWER of Moydow, Co. Longford
b ca 1763
+ Catherine CAMPBELL
m ca 1787+/- - Moydow
8 children b 1787 - 1802 Parish Ardagh-Moydow, Co. Longford
This family emigr. ca 1820-22
Sincere thanks for your generous offer to help.
I am new to this list and new to reseraching Irish ancestry.
I am looking for the birth or baptism of Patrick Molloy or Edward Patrick Molloy around 1843 in County Longford.
Unfortunately I do not have any other information. Patrick left Ireland and lived in Liverpool where he married and had a family. Each Liverpool census return for Patrick simply states his birth place as being Longford.
Any information would be very much appreciated.
Hello Donna: A message 11 Oct. 2008. You indicated your willingness
to do look-ups in Longford.
The only information I have is that a Great Great
Grandfather was Patrick Leonard from Longford. His wife was a Norah
Kiernan. His daughter Elizabeth married Matthew Corrigan from
Westmeath and they went to New York in 1849. Elizabeth may have had
a brother Joseph because he was a godparent to one of the Corrigan
Children. Joseph was a painter. Any information you might find
would be greatly appreciated.