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SurnameList MemberRemarks
"C" Section
CAHILLTed MeehanTipperary
CAHILLEllen BrownKilkenny>NY
c. 1900
Myriam ScottTramore, Waterford
b. c 1858
Gay FieldingKilkenny
CAHILL, Mary Winnifred
b 1798, Kilfeakle, Tipp
d 1878, Logan Twp Ont.
Alexsadau of William CAHILL & Mary CAREY.
CAHILL, Phillip
born 1800
Audrey Toowoomba Queensland AustraliaMarried in Manchester in 1824 to Margaret MC CANNA from Manchester.
CAHLEYAllison WyersHi, my name is Allison, new to this list and looking for some info. I am researching the name CAHLEY but cannot find anything on it. I asume it is Irish but dont really know, all Cahley relatives have died so I cant find out. Does anyone know anything about this name?
CAINE, JamesVictoriamarried Elizabeth WHITTAKER about 1890 in Old Leighlin
Children: Sarah, William b. September 24, 1893 in Leighlinbridge, Edward, Mary, Margaret
CAINE, WilliamVictoriamarried Sarah WHITTAKER at Old Leighlin on September 8, 1845.
Children: William, Edward, Benjamin, Mary, Sarah, James
CAIRNS Robert, 1907
w/ Margaret COLHOUN
Brian Moriarty(London)Derry>NZ
CALDWELLLiz reemanEnniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Lifford, Bellycogan, Co. Donegal, Derry, Londonderry, IRL
CALLAGHANTim CallaghanI am researching my CALLAGHAN ancesters who moved from Ireland to St Helens, Lancs, England around 1850. I don't know as yet where abouts in Ireland they came from.
GILLAGHAN), Michael b. 1816
Ellen, b. 1817 - 1850
Tim CallaghanSt Helens, Lancaster, Eng.
CALLAGHAN, ChristopherFrances CookArmagh, b. c. 1825, m. Rathwire, Westmeath, 5 May 1851, Mary Ward, b. c. 1827>Consett Co. Durham Eng.
CALLAGHAN, Mary AnnMikeM: HIGNEY, William in 1884
CALLAHANJames CoxGalway
born approx1801
jasminelodgemotelcame from Londonderry to Australia with his wife Julia Thompson.about 1850.
born 1820, Carickfergus, Co Antrim
Marg Cambridge married BIGHAM, Anne. The 1881 census shows them living in Kent with daughters.....Mary, Agnes,Catherine, Elizabeth....possibly born Tarbert, Kerry between 1858 and 1866. Probably older sons also but can't find them.
CAMPBELLMaureen Mitchell Derry
CAMPBELL, ElizabethDavidwho married Daniel McHallan probably 1840's. Had at least one daughter Maria. This family was in US by 1860.
B: C1820 in Charlemont C Tyrone
Max Coughlanmay have been transported to Australia
married John Bailey in Sydney in 1843
CANAVANconaughtMary Canavan married my Grandfather Michael Martin Smith's first cousin, another Michael Smith in Brackloon. She died young and the children were raised by her parents, but not sure which townland in Kilconduff Parish, County Mayo
CANAVANNancy ReebKiltimagh, Co. Mayo
CANFIELDTracy LowryImmigrated to Ohio, 1840's - 1860's.
CANNON, MagherafeltNancy Reeb Co. Derry
CANNON, PatrickCris Cannonimmigrated to Philadelphia, PA in 1863.
CANNYJohn McCabeCo. Mayo
CARBERYJoanOwenduff, New Ross, Wexford
b: 1850/1869
d: 1906 in Liverpool
Mary in LiverpoolGrandparents MICHAEL CAREY & ANN ? (nosurname given on marriage cert, CARLOW CATHEDRAL)
M: NOLAN, Alicia Carlow Cathedral 1875
CARLIN, JamesPaul PetersonMary CRAWFORD of Dromore
Daughter Catherine CARLIN born abt. 1850, Daughter Margaret CARLIN born abt. 1852, Daughter Sarah CARLIN born abt. 1855, Son James CARLIN born abt. 1855, (twin) Mary and Sarah died two weeks after the twins were born and James took his son James and returned to Scotland, abandoning his daughters
CARLIN, MargaretPaul Petersonwas adopted by her mother's aunt and uncle Sally and Hugh McSTAY of Ballinhinch
Margaret CARLIN eloped with Patrick (MC) LOGAN in 1868
Children: Mary Agnes (MC) LOGAN (b. 11 Oct., 1869 Annsborough, Co. Down); Margaret Elizabeth (MC) LOGAN (b. abt. 1871 Annsborough, Co. Down); Ann Josephine (MC) LOGAN (b. abt. 1875 Annsborough, Co. Down); Sarah (MC) LOGAN (b. abt. 1881 Annsborough, Co. Down); Helena Ruth (MC) LOGAN (b. abt. 1882 Annsborough, Co. Down); Kathleen Florence (MC) LOGAN (b. 10 October, 1883 Annsborough, Co. Down); and 5 additional children born in Rhode Island, USA: George Emmett Logan (b. August 08, 1885); Teresa M Logan (b. September 08, 1886); Frances Mable Logan (b. December 30, 1887); Irene Logan (b. March 02, 1891); Bertha Veronica Logan (b. April 15, 1893)
The twins were born and James took his son James and returned to Scotland, abandoning his daughters
CARLISLEAllyson Jardine 
CARLOWBill Leacocklived in the Kilkenny, Carlow, Laois and Kildare areas through the 18th Century to date
CAROLINJudy BraunsCo. Meath
CARNEYSheryl Reardon, James b.c 1770 Roscommon
Hugh b.c 1792 Kilbegnet, Roscommon >1821 NSW, Australia (convict 1821 14Yrs)>br>Martin b.c 1818 Roscommon >1828 NSW, Australia (ass.migration)
CARRJoseph E Burt 
CARRJuliette HendryGalway
CARR, Bridget
b: 1812 Loughrea, Co Galway
DonaleneParents: Thady Carr and Catherine ?.
CARR, Hugh D.
b. 19 Nov 1813 Ireland
d. 15 Feb 1891 Greencastle, PA
Pat NEWELL SMITH m: Sarah Ann McNULTY or McNELLY b. 1815 Ireland, d. 24 Nov 1877 Greencastle, PA
Children of Hugh & Sarah CARR: James CARR b. 1841 Ire, d. 8 Jan 1899 Kauffman, PA, Sarah CARR b. 1843 Ire, Elizabeth CARR b. 1846 Ire, Julia CARR b. 1848 Pa, William CARR b. 1850 Pa, Hugh CARR b. 1852 Pa, Joseph CARR b. 1854 Pa, David CARR b. 1856 Pa, Mary CARR b. 1860 Pa
The family migrated to the USA between 1846 and 1848. They were also accompanied by: George CARR b. 1816 Ireland (brother of Hugh, Elizabeth McNULTY (McNELLY) b. 1788 Ireland (mother of Sarah Ann)
On the obit for Hugh b. 1813 it states that he was the father of 15 children.
CARR, Jane
born ca 1804
immigrated to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1832
LaVonne (Laughy) GeeseyM: James Cassidy
Children: Rosanna, born 12 Nov. 1830
Edward: born 12 Dec.1835 Elizabeth Ann: born Aug. 1837. Catherine Jane: born 29 Dec. 1839. Robert James:born May 1842 Charles D. : born Feb. 1845. Elenor: born 11 Nov. 1849
CARR, ThadyDonaleneM: Catherine ?.
Father of CARR, Bridget
CARROLLKelly RyanCo. Roscommon
CARSON, Thomas H.V.
B; late 1700's in Ireland
Frances A Babbmoved to No.or So Carolina then on to AL., met and married Aritta Denson in Jan. 1820 in Dallas County, Al.
b. 27 August 1797
m. Julia b. 2 June 1817
Chris DarbyUtica, NY, 1860
CARTYJoanOwenduff, New Ross, Wexford
CARTYAnne Carty AdamsBallyhogue, WEX, IRL to Philadelphia, PA, USA
CASEY, EllenChristinaM: 1871 to Patrick DEVINE in Ballymahon, Co Longford
CASEY MichaelSusan GrievesTipperary
CASEY, Michael Patrick
m. Margaret Buckley
SharonClooneveigh, Ennistymon, Co. Clare, 1842-3
CASEY, Thomas
m. Margaret d. June 23, 1912 USA
Michaelb. Myloch Co. Sligo
bur.Westboro MA, USA
CASHIMLoretta Myrter 
CASSIDYBeryl O'GormanCarrigallen, Leitrim
Born: 1820's Donegal Ireland
Emigrated: 1840's Canada to Ohio, US
Terez L. StormSiblings: John & Patrick...emigrated to Canada & US also at same time.
Spouse: Margaret Glancey Cassidy...emigrated same time
Children: James Cassidy II
Related Surnames: Flanigan, Murphy, McAuliff, McGovern, Archer, Quinlan, Holmes, Tumma, Halpenneg, Hynton, Lally, Kiler, Tyrrell
born ca 1795 Ireland
immigrated to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1832
LaVonne (Laughy) GeeseyM: Jane Corr
Children: Rosanna, born 12 Nov. 1830
Edward: born 12 Dec.1835 Elizabeth Ann: born Aug. 1837. Catherine Jane: born 29 Dec. 1839. Robert James:born May 1842 Charles D. : born Feb. 1845. Elenor: born 11 Nov. 1849
born in the 1800s
Margaret WalshM: Mary O'REIDY
Father of: James CASSIDY (B: 1828)
B: b. 1828
D.1924 in Brattleboro, Vt
Margaret WalshM: Mary CONWAY in Inagh
Father: James CASSIDY (B: in the 1800s)
Children: Charles who married Nora CLUNE (they had 8 children); Mary who married John CLUNE/John GARRITY (8 children total); Bridget who married Michael FITZGIBBONS/ Patrick LYONS (7 children total) and my grandmother Margaret who married Cornelius KENNEDY (four children)
born in County Down, Ireland, circa 1701-1730
j.caugheymarried Margaret, (her surname and date of marriage is unknown to me). She was also born in Ireland. They had one child, William Caughey, born 19 June 1752.
born 25 Mar 1858, in Killinchy, Co. Down,
j.caugheymarried Sarah Brown on 9 Aug 1878 in Kilmood Church, Co. Down.
James's father: James Caughey. James's mother: Ann Inkerman
Sarah's father: James Brown. Sarah's mother: Elizabeth ?
born in County Down, Ireland
j.caugheysailed on "Umbria" from Liverpool, England, to New York, USA and arrived there on 10 April 1893
j.caughey Liverpool, England - Victoria, AU
CAUGHEY, Johnj.caugheyJohn Caughey sailed on the "Katherine" from Belfast to New York 1/6/1855
CAUGHEY, Johnj.caugheyUS citizen , sailed from Derry, Ireland, on 'Columbia' to New York, arrived 15 May 1905. He had Belfast connections.
CAUGHEY, Williamj.caugheymarried Mary, (surname unknown to me). Their children were: Nancy Caughey, born 16 June 1783 Margaret Caughey, born 5 December 1786 James Caughey, born 3 November 1792.
CAUGHEY, William
born 25 Aug 1878
j.caugheyFather of: Samuel Caughey, B: ca. 1901
CAVANAGH/CAVANAUGHNancy ReebGalway - Woolton, Liverpool, England - Phila, PA
CHESTNUTAnne DuffCo Antrim
CHURCH, Elizabeth
B: 1788 in Ireland
Wendy TaylorM: 1811 in Parramatta NSW Australia to John Barfoot
Children: Rosill, Elizabeth, John, Michael, Ann, Ellen, Bridget, William
Elizabeth was a convict. Sentenced in Dublin in 1807 for seven years. Arrived at Port Jackson on 'Providence' 1811. Settled in Launceston Tasmania in 1820
CLARKENancy ReebCo. Galway - Woolton, Liverpool - Phil, PA
CLARKEFiona BrooksDublin
CLARKE of Garryroe, Kiltimagh, Mayo from Tithe Applotment to the 1911 Irish Census.Ellen CLARK Naliboffwent to St. Louis 1881-82.
CLE(A)VELANDDick Dickinson 
CLEARY, Patrick
B: early 1800s in Tipperary
JanM: Catherine SHEA
At somepoint they came to Canada and settled in Nova Scotia.
CLIFFORD Catherine
b. c 1840
LARKIN William
RitaBrooklyn, Md.
CLIFTONBearlyyoursCo. unk
COATSJudith ByrneGisburn Forest
COATS, Moses
b: 22 Dec 1687 Carlow
d: 1761 Phoenixville, PA
A HowardParents: Thomas Coates (1641-) & Sarah Ann Wilkins (?) (1640-)
M: 1 Mar 1715 Tipperary to Susannah Weldon (1690-1772)
COFFEYClare Mary Wickersham Enagh
born in Ireland??
Raymond D. Coffield, Sr.John had five brothers one of the grandsons Joshua Coffield came to America sometime later
John Coffield, who was born in County Leitrim, Ireland, about 1757. He was one of five brothers who were famous for their physical powers, and had no equals in their native county for muscular strength. He was a man of massive frame, a splendid specimen of well-developed manhood. Mr. Coffield was married in Ireland, and had nine children. In 1798 he took passage on the ship "Happy Return," which was very filthy and carried all kinds of freight, but as he was a poor man the cheapest had to suffice. After the vessel was a few weeks out, drinking water became scarce, and before the voyage (which lasted three months) was ended, nearly one-third of the crew and some of the passengers died, three of Mr. Coffield's children being among the number. At last the terrible journey was ended, and the family landed at New Castle, Del., near which place they lived for a time, doing farm work, but the father soon after died, and the five children (Arthur, Lawrence, James, Ann and Elizabeth) were obliged to earn a living for themselves and their widowed mother, by working their way, the family finally reached Washington County, Penn., and first located near Washington borough, where they remained a short time, then came to East Finley township, and locating on the present farm of J. Wiley Patterson, the boys began to clear the land and make a home. The mother died in 1811. Don't know who the mother was.
COLBERTDick Dickinson 
COLE, Charles
B: Ca. 1791 in Ireland
Jeanette (NZ)He was an agricultural labourer, and in view of the Belfast to Stranraer ferry, it seems likely that he was from Northern Ireland.
Found on the 1841 census for Kirkcudbright,SCT
COLEMANCarolyn LucasGalway & Westmeath
COLEMAN, Cornelius
B: March 1856 in County Cork, Ire
D: 1 Aug, 1898 in Boston, MA.
Dan ColemanCornelius arrived in Boston on April 29.1883 on the SS Catalonia
Naturalized on Oct. 9, 1896 in the U.S. District Court Boston, MA
Parents: Daniel and Ellen (possibly Nellie) COLEMAN
married Hannah TOOMEY at St. Peters Church in Cambridge, MA, on August 29, 1886, by Rev. John F. Broderick. Witnesses to the wedding were Michael Harding and Helen Coleman.
COLEMAN, Francis
B: 1864
ChristiM: BRENNAN, Mary in Norwalk, OH
B: 1832 in Castledermot, Kildare
ChristiEmigrated to US ca. 1850
M: MONAGHAN/MONAHAN, Mary in Adrian Michigan (1854)
COLESBob ColesCo. Down
COLGAN, Thomas
of Islandmoyle, County Down.
ConnaughtM: Brigid Rice (Carr)
children: Peter COLGAN born 1868 and James Francis COLGAN born in 1870
COLLINS, RObertJane SchoemakerWen Site: Association of Liberated Children
d: June 7, 1891
immigrated from Ireland
Sharonlived in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, but I don't know how long or maybe all his life that he was here. He had at least 3 children that I know of. 2 sons and 1 daughter. His wife was born in England but I don't know any other information about her. I don't even know her name. the COLLOPY people were from Limerick Ireland.
COMANMarg CambridgeJoseph and Patrick married sisters Bridget and Mary Anne WHALEY.
Patrick was killed while building the Cathedral at Mullingar, Westheath County. His wife Bridget died shortly after and their children Michael, Joseph and Delia were placed in an orphanage in Dublin, then later taken in by his brother Joseph and wife In 1883 this family left Ireland for Gympie, Australia and later settled in New Zealand.
Co Tipperary
Myriamm.1877 Bridget Quinane. William's
father was Thomas Comerford,(alive) 1877.
CONBOYGerry ConboyIreland
b. c 1820's
Bernard b. 1855, to Eng. W/ 5 bros - US c 1867
Gerry Conboy-Hodgsonfarmed potatoes near Charlestown Co. Mayo
CONCANNONAnne Carty AdamsBrierfield, Abbeyknockmoy, GAL, IRL
CONCANNONGerieLoughanbeg/Aille/Taughmore, Co. Galway
CONLONNancy ReebKiltimagh, Co. Mayo
of the 14th Regiment in Hobart (Tasmania)
Maureen (in Tasmania)M: Jane SELLERS in 1867
had three children
John transferred to the 2/18 and sailed for England in 1870. In 1873 he was discharged as unfit for duty (being almost totally blind). He returned to Tasmania in 1873.
Meanwhile Jane had begun to have children with Michael KAVENAGH, also from the Army and said to have deserted (no marriage ever found). They went on to have a large family from whom I am descended.
John CONNEL married twice more calling himself a widower!
John CONNEL was born c1837 in Ireland and died in Hobart in 1908. Michael KAVENAGH said to have been born in Co Wicklow c1835 and died in Hobart in 1913.
A paid researcher has said that John CONNEL was born in the Parish of Castlemanagh, near the town of Kanturk, Co Cork, (from his army record), no birth located.
The researcher says that Michael KAVENAGH was born to Patrick KAVENAGH and Rose NOWLAN of Hacketstown, Carlow, who also had children Mary, Thomas, Christopher, Bridget and Judith. I have no proof as yet of these statements. A family story says that Michael used to get letters from Ireland in lovely copperplate writing from either his sister Mary Kate or a Sister Mary Kater.
CONNELL, PatrickBeryl WhatsonM: Elizabeth BROSNAHAN in Inch St. Lawrence 1828, Limerick.
Three of their children went to Australia.
Catherine arrived 1863, married Michael Quinlan, 2 sons, one died as baby, second one, William died in WW1. Catherine is buried in Waverley cem.
James arrived 1865, married Jane Williams 1867 at Kempsey, these are my gr-grandparents. Many children, I have details of all, and in contact with descendants.
Margaret arrived 1865 with James, married 1.Fitzpatrick, had 4 children, then married 2.Thomas Clarke, no chn. Margaret, Thomas and two unmarried daughters all buried in Clarke vault, at Waverley.
CONNOLLYCris CannonImmigrated to Philadelphia, PA 1883
CONNOLLY the BrewerJohn D. ConnollyI am looking for information on "Connolly the Brewer" apparently the family lived in Dublin on Marrion Square most likely during the late 1700's through or to the middle 1800's. The Connolly the brewer is my Great Great Great Grandfather. I have a copy of a letter written by my Great Grandfather in 1888 talking about his father (John C. Connolly) and his mother (Anna Maria Jane Lehender) and then mentions his grand father in regard to a very extensive brewery company before Guinness existed. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated
CONNOR, Daniel
B. 1867
JohnFrom Tipperary
M: Mary Bridget English from Clonmel.
born ca 1815-24
DonaleneM: Abbey/Deborah/Gobnait BRADLEY. First ? child, Nora, b 1838 in Portduff, Castleisland Parish, Co Kerry. Other known children: Lawrence M, born ca 1844; Mary F, born 1845 Raeneen, Castleisland; Ellen bpt 1851 Castleisland, Castleisland; John F., born ca 1856 USA; Winifred born 1859 NH, USA; Michael bpt May 8, 1862 St Ann, Manchester, NH, USA.
CONNORS, BridgetCarmenwife of Malachi DALEY/DALY/ alias DAWLEY petitioned to go to Australia in 1828. This is the only reference i have to her!
CONNORS NWBeryl O'GormanLimerick
CONROYAnne Carty AdamsBrierfield, Abbeyknockmoy>Monivea, GAL, IRL to Bridgeport, CT, USA
CONROY, Michael Joseph
b. IRL
Lorraine Conroym. Nora FORD
Was godfather to Thomas and Mary (Flaherty) Conroy's 5th Child.
Had a son named Andrew, b. in Ire.
CONROY, Thomas Denis
b. IRL, c 1868
m. c 1889<
D: 1904
Lorraine Conroym. c 1889
b. 1870 Brooklyn, NY
came to US 14th May 1890
Had 6 children.
CONWAYNancy ReebKinaffe, Swinford, Co. Mayo
CONWAY, MichaelConnieDM: Mary FitzGibbon
CONWAY, Cornelius
Born Crusheen, Clare in 1864
D: 12/18/1929 in Denver, Colorado
immigrated in 1885
ConnieDCornelius immigrated to US in 1885, By 1894, He was in Salida Colorado working in the railroad as a section forman. I have good documentation of his immediate family but for the period between 1885 and 1895, there is nothing. I do not know if there were other relatives here. I do know that he had relatives in Massachusets and Chicago.
b.1829 in Imagh
d. 1901 in Brattleboro, Vt
Margaret WalshParents: Thomas CONWAY and Bridget COLLINS
Children: Charles who married Nora CLUNE (they had 8 children); Mary who married John CLUNE/John GARRITY (8 children total); Bridget who married Michael FITZGIBBONS/ Patrick LYONS (7 children total) and my grandmother Margaret who married Cornelius KENNEDY (four children)
CONWAYAileen MoxonCo Offaly
COOKJanieCo. Cork
COOK, Robert
born c.1836 Ireland
Julie LindenbergOccupation: Carpenter
father/John Cooke/a joiner, mother Mary nee Lynas
married Margaret Anderson 1867, Belfast, Ireland.Robert and Margaret Cooke to New Zealand 1874. Children: Elizabeth, Robert Henry, Samuel, Annie, Joseph John, David Alexander and Ethel Minnie.
COOLGAN, AgnesDandHSlonepeople from Mineral Point, Wis. or from Willow Springs, Wis.
Sandiem Catherine Sweeney(1809-1879) family originated in Timoleague in Cork. Apparently when in Ireland a variation of the name was Toomey Children:Denis,John,Patrick,Mary,Catherine,Michael
CORR/CARR, Elizabeth
born about 1851
Marie Mc Culloughmarried James TONER, born late 1830's early 1840's, Bardahessiagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, on May 8 1969. They had ten children (included were two sets of twins).
born in Ireland, about 1818
Marie Mc CulloughPer his obituary he moved as a young man to County Durham, England, and married Maria THORNTON. They had Elizabeth, Joseph, John, James, Richard, Harry, Mary and Catherine./td>
CORRIGANArnold Roepken 
COSGROVE, Margaret
born 1862 in England
Cris CannonParents were born in Ireland and immigrated to England prior to her birth
COSTELLO, Jean (Jane)
b.c 1825 Ireland >before 1842 NSW, Australia
Sheryl Reardon 
ca. 1814
BethM: GALLIGAN, Judith in Kilteskill, Galway 18 Aug 1838
Children: Bridget 1839, Patrick 1842, Michael 1845, Catherine 1849
COSTELLO, Margaret Ann
B: May 27, 1866 in Galway
D: Nov. 20, 1946 in Portland, Maine
immigrated in 1883(?)
BetsyParents: James Costello and Anne Malia
M: Alfred A. Smith
Children: Ethel M. Smith, Emma M. Smith, Alfred J. Smith, Margaret Smith Clark
The Costello family moved from Galway Town to Spiddal before the birth of their 2nd daughter Bridget (Delia) in 1870. There is no record of additional children. Both daughters moved to the US.
b. 1873 New York City
son of Edward Costello and Margaret Raftree.
Maureen ShelleyM: LYNCH, Delia b. 1878 Ireland
daughter of Martin Lynch and Delia Doran.
Lived on West 26th Street, New York City, Chelsea neighborhood, from 1895 until Delia died in 1909.
Both buried Calvary, Woodside, Queens, NY.
COSTIGANTed MeehanOffaly
COTTERRosemary Quinn(Piqua area-pre1856); (East Cambridge- 1840-1875)
born March 25, 1819, in Armagh
Linda Frenchmarried KERLEY, John M. prior to 1848
Their first child, William Henry Kerley, was born Feb. 5, 1848 in Manchester, England while John and Mary were waiting for passage to the USA.
"Records at Dublin National Library slightly blurred"
B: Crookhaven, C Cork April, 1821
Max Coughlanbaptised in RC Parish of East Schull on 24 September, 1821
sponsors ?Cadogan and Mary Supple (Crookhaven)
joined Merchant Navy c1836 then Royal Navy in c 1842
joined Coastguard and lived in Lymington area in Hampshire,England
Married Johanna LYONS of C Kerry in c1848
Parents: Patrick COGHLAN/ Mary COHOLAN
COUGHLINJames CoxTipperary
b. c. 1832
m. Mary HALL/HAW,
Cootehill 1853
Glasgow c. 1860
Jan GlasbyMonaghan
COURTNEYKathyImane, Galway
COXJames CoxGalway City
COX, ElizabethMcCuritIRL
COX, Patrick
B: 1772 in Co. Roscommon
D: 1855 in Ste-Sophie, Quebec
MikellM: Mary Stinson (B: 1774)
CRAHANBarbara SheperdWilkinstown
b. c 1830
Andrew MartinBallygilbert, Co. Antrim
CREAGANRJPTLoughrea, Galway City
(C)REAGANSheryl ReardonAnthony b.c 1780
Mary b.c 1803 Roscommon >1828 NSW, Australia (ass.migration)
b. about 1840 in Ireland
D: in Marshalltown Iowa in 1910
Kat McMahonEmigrated to US in 1855
Married Anna Kramer 1873
CRINNIONEllen NaliboffMy CRINNIONs were stone masons, stone cutters, quarry owners. They originated in County Louth, (born about 1800) went to Liverpool, New York and were all in St. Louis by 1860. I think there is a mailing list for stone cutters.
CRISHAMKathyBarnaderg, Tygreenaun, Galway
CROTTY, Daniel
d. c 1908
m. Rosanna Mahon, 7/08/1873
d. c 1908
Nancy RubioSt. Lawrence Limerick - Dublin
CROWEJames CoxGalway
D: 1913 in WALES
TheresaM: DEMPSEY, James (B: 1843)
b. 1821
McCuritKilmerry, IRL
b. c 1815
CROWLEY, Michael
b. Sept. 14, 1840
Baptized Sept. 24th, 1840..St. Finbar
CarolMarried Jan. 8, 1865..St. Finbar.. Mary A. Moynehan b. 1841. First daughter born in Cork City December 1866. They left in 1866 for the US.
Michael's father was Daniel Crowley...Mother name may be Mary Driscoll/Donovan
Mary's father was John Moynehan..Marriage was January 28th, 1841 Mother Mary Horgan
born c1790 in Limerick
Nick Batleycompositor/printer in Castle St, Roscrea for about 40 or 50 years from the mid-1820's
both Paul and Jane Margaret are buried in one of the churchyards in Roscrea
married Jane Margaret HALL c1825
They were supposed to have had 18-20 children, although I only know of about 11 or 12 children:
Horatio Nelson CUDMORE EGGERS b pre-1829, Amelia CUDMORE EGGERS b c1830 (m HARRIS), Eldon CUDMORE EGGERS b c1831, Matilda EGGERS b c1832 (m MILLER), Alfred William Henry EGGERS b c1833, Tellira Charlotte Ann EGGERS (m WATSON) b c1835, Paul CUDMORE EGGERS b c1836, Elizabeth CUDMORE EGGERS b c1837, Lucinda CUDMORE EGGERS (m DENTON) b c1841 or c1848 ?, William CUDMORE EGGERS b c1844 (living in Dublin in the 1870's), Mary Jane EGGERS b c1847
CUFFENancy ReebKiltimagh, Co. Mayo - Chester, PA
CULHANE. BridgetRJPT1945M: MADIGAN, John ca. 1820
daughter Honora born 1823.
CULLENDick Howell 
CULLEN GeorgeSusan GrievesWicklow
b. in Galway
Suzanne in CAMarried: 1864 Portland, ME Mary McDonough also listed as having been Galway 1 known child: Katherine Agnes Cummings b. 1873 in Portland, ME m. 1st: Eugene Prang (died in 1897) m. 2nd: George Perham
CUNDELL, Christine Nicholson
born in Belfast, Ireland January 13, 1894
died in Vancouver, B.C. October 24, 1946
Gloriamarried James CUNDELL who died in Saskatchewan. They had one son William (Bill) CUNDELL
CUNEEN, Daniel
born about 1822-24 county Clare Ireland
Death Certificate 19/8/1872 it states he was in the Colony about 30 yrs (1842)
Bill Cunneen.Father : John Cunneen :Mother unknown
Married a "Mary Keating" June 1854 Windsor NSW Australia. The Marriage certificate it states Mary was born in Limerick City, Limerick 1835.
CUNNINGHAMJudy BraunsCo. Cork
c 1800
B: 1832. (per 1881 Census) in Maryport, Cumberland, Eng
died prior to 1888
B: born 1862
AnnieMarried 1888 at Preston
CURLEY, HughDebbie BertHugh and Bridget Curley came from Ireland to Canada with at least one child. Hugh b. Ireland about 1794 Bridget b. Ireland about 1802 Their son Thomas b. 1827 in Ireland From what I can find out they came between 1827-1832.Thomas m. Susanna Everson in Canada
CURRANNora McDonaldCo. Kerry
CURRAN, Margaret
B: c1877 in Graiguenamanagh CO Kilkenny
D: in Manchester in 1958
John ASHURSTBelieved to have eloped with Edward Downey in 1902/3
M: in St Josephs Church Longsight Manchester in 1903
At their marriage she declared her father to be deceased and there is a story that she was brought up by a Mrs Instone ? who came to Manchester with her
CURRIECherylCo. Cavan
CUSICK, Daniel Joseph
born in Co. Mayo Ireland about 1870
Ebert Hansfordcame from Pennsylvania
married Anna E. McCaffrey (born in Cleveland,Ohio in 1874)
CUSSEN, Patrick
b: b.c1800
John Edmondswife (Mrs Cussen had been a widow, Mrs Griffin, supposedly related to the Earls of Dunraven). From Co Limerick, arrived in Melbourne in 1839 where Patrick was colonial surgeon, Church of England. With them was Sarah Pierce Griffin, Mrs Cussens's daughter and my children's ancestor.

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