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February 19, 2001

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SurnameList MemberRemarks
"P" Section
PADDENconaughtMichael Smith's second wife was Mary Padden from the Foxford area. Michael Davitt's older sister Mary married a Padden and I don't know if there is any connection to Mary Padden Smith.
PAGE, David
b.c1815 & BRIDGET b.1816. d.12 January 1884 at Seaview Bank. David was a builder.
Trevor Page.Robert had a brother JOHN.
Ellen had a brother WILLIAM b.1856 in Ringsend, Dublin, who married (sometime after April 1880) ELIZA CONNOR b.c1856. William became a fisherman and worked with Robert Page.
Ellen also had a sister SARAH.
PAGE, Robert
b.c1836, Kingstown Co. Dublin
Trevor Page.Robert had a brother JOHN.
Ellen had a brother WILLIAM b.1856 in Ringsend, Dublin, who married (sometime after April 1880) ELIZA CONNOR b.c1856. William became a fisherman and worked with Robert Page.
Ellen also had a sister SARAH.
PAGE, William
b.13 January 1878, Seaview Bank, Monkstown, Co. Dublin
d.15 January 1920, Southampton, Hampshire, England.
Trevor Page.He had one brother: JOHN DAVID b.1875. and three sisters: BRIDGET b.1873. SARAH b.1880. ELLEN b.1882
PALMER, Andrew
b: Unknown
D: 1909 in Workington, Cumberland
FionaM: Ellen ???
Children: Ellen, Robert, and Andrew
Believed to be from Antrim and moved to Workington prior to 1909 where he was employed as a tanner.
PARKE, EleanorJamie Riutcel 
PARKES, HenryGareth Parkescame from Ireland through to Manchester around the turn of 1900 +- 25 years either way. He married Annie Black and together they emigrated to South Africa. I have no further details, so I would like to make contact with anyone researching the Parkes family in Ireland.
PARTLANDJimNew York City
PATTON, Matthew
B: abt. 1726 in Co Cork, Ire
D: March 3, 1806 in Georgia.
Jolynne Waitsmarried in Va.
In a history book in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, I found the following information. It stated there were four brothers named George, Jacob, Benjamin and Solomon who came from Cork, Ireland to America. I have been unable to verify any of the Ireland information prior to their arrival in Virginia
PATTON, Patrick
B: March15,1862 in Ireland. Co. Mayo
D: Feb 14,1939 in Cleveland, Ohio
Immigration: circa 1880 from Ireland
Lee B.mother: Mary Forry?
M: June 13, 1894 in Clleveland, Ohio to Bridget Corrigan (b: Sept 28, 1873)
children: Hugh, Patrick Charles, Martin Leo, Edward Patrick, Anthony Elme, James Roy, John Joseph, Bridget Catherine, Mary
Patrick had a brother Antony born 1850 in Ireland. Family probably from Co. Mayo, Achille Island, possibly Pullraney or Sulley(sp)? Corrigan family from Cloughmore, Achille, Island.
PETTITT, Benjamin
B: 1867 in Sudbury, Eng
D: 1926 in Nottingham, Eng
TheDawsonsWeb Site:
PHAIR, PHAYER, FAIR, HAMILTONlegarthmLooking for any PHAIR, who, it is said, were sent to Ireland from Wales by Cromwell. My family some how got themselves to County Down. Show in Tullylish Parish,1835 William FAIR, marr to Margaret HAMILTON, she the dau. of Joseph HAMILTON. William a farmer shows Griffiths Valuation 1863 64, in the Union Of Lurgan
PHELANJohn GarnerMy PHELAN ancestors came to Canada in 1852 from Upperchurch in County Tipperary. They are Pierce PHELAN and his family. DWYERS and SHANNAHANS are connected to this family.
PHILBINJimNew York City
PIERCEVirginia Adams Pierce 
POOLE, Frederick
born 1820, Carickfergus, Co Antrim
Marg Cambridgefather of POOLE, Edward George, born 1827......he says he was born in Dublin but he may have fibbed.
POWELLJudith ByrneBirmingham/Gloucestershire
POWERSPaulin Waterford
POWERS, ThomasJohnBuried in the same grave as Ellie English, but Ellie was never married.
He is somebody, but we don't know who. :)
PRENDERGASTSheila-Anne Prendergast 
b. July 1831
Paul Petersonmarried Catherine MANION
Son Michael F. PRENDERGAST b. abt 1861 married Alice Connelly b. 23 Oct. 1865 in Mayo to Patrick Connelly and Margaret McEneaney Son Thomas Joseph PRENDERGAST b. October 20, 1864 Ballindine, County Mayo (g grandfather) Son Patrick PRENDERGAST b. Abt. 1869 Son John PRENDERGAST b. Abt. 1871 Son Henry PRENDERGAST b. abt. May, 1875 3 Other children were apparently born to Michael and Catherine but died prior to their emigration to Rhode Island, USA in 1882.
PRIOR, Elizabeth
immigrated in 1880
Wendy TaylorM: 16/04/1880 in Belfast toFrederick Dester (B: 1853)
Children: Edward, Harry, Arthur, Ella, Florence
All children born in London. Frederick (spouse) was born in London and was a ships captain
PRYORpatti wilkinNY
PURCELL, Elizabeth
b 1887
d 19.02.1963 Limerick Area
or Brian
m William Kavanaugh
b 1855
D 1924 Limerick Area
or Brian
b cir 1815 in the Shanagolden/Kilcolman area of Co Limerick
PattiThe family emigrated to the States abt 1850. Wife, Mary MADIGAN. Children: Honora b 1841 Kilcolman, returned to Ireland mid 1850's and married Partick CAHILL, had 18 children all in Shanagolden, never returned to USA; Mgt. b1843 Kilcolman; James, b1846 Kilcolman, died Bay City, MI 1929; Bgt b 1849 Kilcolman; Mary, b 1851 poss Binghamton, NY; Catherine, b 1855 Emmett, St. Clair Co, MI; and John, b 1858 Emmett, St. Clair Co, MI, poss died Bay City bet 1894 and 1900.
"Q" Section
b: 1795 in Johnstown, Killkeny, Ireland
d: in Ireland
Judy in CanadaM: Mary Purcell 1798 - b: Abt. 1798 in Johnstown, Killkeny, Ireland m: 1814 in Ireland d: in Ireland
QUELCH, WilliamJudy in CanadaHe could be related to my Henry Quelch whom I have been searching for so long. My Henry and his wife Mary Purcell's children were born in this very area
QUIGLEY, Shirley ParkerMay Shannon married Charles QUIGLEY at St.Bede's Cath.Church, Pyrmont in 1900. He was born in 1877 and his parents were names William Quigley a Jane Russell.
QUILTY, JohnMARY L WITTLOCKthe family came from Limerick
I am trying to find my Ireland Roots. There was an Irishman that enlisted 13/10/1804 at age 29 in Anagh. He ended up in the Dalhousie Military Settlement in Nova Scotia in 1820.
QUINN, Patrick
1822 in Co. Limerick
emigrated from Ireland to NY (unknown area) around 1848/49
Diane Mahoneyparents names were Daniel Quinn and ?? Fitzpatrick. Patrick md. Briget Quirk(e) of Golden, Co. Tipperary
"R" Section
RAMSEYNita in Australia 
RANSON, Robert Henry
born 1811 Ireland
Wendy Casperwent to Ontario Canada about 1834.
Married Ann ADAMS -born 1814 County Monaghan, Ireland.
RATHRosemary Quinn(Cleveland-1870-1912, Urbana (1967-1987), Springfield-1930-1970, Bellefontaine-1912-1943, Cleveland 1935-1965)
RATHRosemary Quinn(Chicago-1933-1967)
RATIGAN, LukeMarcenaborn somewhere in Ireland abt. 1829 and came to USA. Married Mary Garraghan somewhere in Ireland. They have four children, Hugh, Margaret, Patrick, Timonthy, Mary and Bridget. Hugh born 1845 in Riga, Monroe County, NY., married Bridget Drewry or Drury Margaret, don't know when she was born married John Cody in Monroe County, NY. I know nothing about the other children.
REALEDick Dickinson 
REALLADick Dickinson 
REGAN, Michael J.
b 1864, Ireland
d. Philadelphia, PA
pat dillm in 1885 in Phila., PA Margaret LONG (possibly England/NY). Children: Mary Ellen (Nellie), John J., Joseph A., Michael Joseph.
Patrick LONG, thought to be Margaret's brother, also lived with this family.
b. 1836 in County Clare, Parish Killadysert, Ireland
Betty LI think he came to the U.S. in about 1856 and know he settled in Milford, Massachusetts. He married Margaret Hollahan in Milford in 1858. They had 3 children. She died in 1867 and he then married my great-grandmother Margaret Neenan also in Milford. They went on to have 6 children. John Reynolds died in Milford in 1914. He had a brother Murthage(aka Murty, Merty) and I think his father may have had the same name. He also had a brother Patrick and a brother or cousin Mathew. I am looking to see just when he arrived in the U.S. probably on a ship into Boston. Also I would love to find his birth records and his families in Killadysert, County Clare.
of Islandmoyle and before that Maghermayo, County Down
ConnaughtElizabeth RICE and her sister Brigid were orphaned as young children and raised by, we believe and aunt and uncle by the name of CARR.
My Great Great Grandparents were Edward RICE and Brigid (BRANNIGAN?) RICE
RICE, Elizabeth A.
B: in 1841, Ireland
D: 1910 in Washington DC
Louis SwentekEmigrated to the US before 1859
M: SPILMAN, James H. in 1859 in Washington DC.
In 1860, Living in the same household, and, also, listed as having been born in Ireland were: ROZENA BURKE (age 38), WILLIAM RICE (age 30 and possibly Elizabeth's brother) and ANN RICE (age 25).
The names of the three children living in the same household were : RICHARD BURKE (age 3), MARY BURKE (age 1) and SARAH SPILMAN (2 mos.).
RICHARDSChristopher Richardsin Wexford and Dublin from about 1650 to about 1916.
RICHARDSDick Dickinson 
emigrated before 1849
John Edmondsmarried in Tasmania, brass founder, illiterate (X, his mark), Roman Catholic
RILEY, Bridget MacNamaraLeone Edwardscame to Australia on the Duchess of Northumberland in 1835 with 200-odd other young women and some horses. They were, I believe, brought over specifically to marry as there was an overpopulation of men at the time. Her marriage certificate states that her place of origin was Roscommon
b 1850 d1924
or Brian
RINGPat Horgan 
ROACH, David
b ca 1820 Co. Cork Ire
Patricia Livernoismarried Margaret (O)Keffe ca 1845 in Ireland
children: John b 1847 Co. Cork emigrated to US 1866 married Margaret Doody 1875
Newport RI
Mary b 1854 Cork emigrated 1867 married Michael Curley 1875 Newport RI
Daniel b 1853 Cork emigrated 1871 married Alice Maguire 1884 Newport RI
Margaret Doody's parents were Daniel and Bridget. She was born ca 1854 Cork.
Michael Curley's parnets were Martin And Bridget. He was born in 1852 Roscommon
Alice Maguire's parents were Patrick and Hannah. She was born 1862 Ireland
b. 1847 in Co. Donegal
Colleen O'ByrneMarried Andrew DEVERS (above) @ 1869.
emigrated to US in 1866
settled in Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA.
Childrens: Charles, James, Sarah, Anna and John
ROBERTSarthur.roberts2Llanfwrog/Clocaenog- Denbigh
B: ca. 1695-1700 in Coleraine, Antrim, Ire
D: 1754 in Albemarle, Virginia, U.S.A.
immigration: Abt. 1713 from County Antrim
aramsayParents: James Robertson and unknown
marriage: Bef. 1713 Presumed to be Ireland to Rebecca Royston (B: Est. 1695-1700)
Children: Matthew, b. 1713; William, b. Feb. 6, 1719 or 1720; James, abt. 1724; Rebeckah, abt. 1726; Mary, abt. 1728; Sarah, abt. 1730; Esther, abt. 1732; Thomas, 1733; Jean, 1734; Elizabeth, abt. 1736; Martha or Margaret, abt. 1738; Susanna, abt. 1740
b: abt. 1837
d: 1904 in Skerrywhirry, Co, Antrim
son of Thomas ROBISON
Mike Robinsonm: Agnes (Nancy) MULVENNA (also recorded as McILVENNA and McILVENAGH) daughter of Michael McILVENAGH. Agnes was born abt 1831 in Cruck, Mullaghsandal, County Antrim and died 1924 in Larne.
They were married on June 5,1855 in the Ballyeaston Church of Ireland, parish of Balycor. Witnesses were Patrick HAVERON and Mary McALISTER.
Children of Andrew and Agnes were Grace (STEWART), Rachael (DOWDS), Mary (HAVERON), Thomas (wife Susan HAVERON), William (wife Mary STOREY), Nancy, Margaret and Elizabeth.
ROCHEShirley Mullen Mc AnallyCo. Tyrone
ROCHE, EdwardSheila Brittmarried Catherine O`CONNER and came to the US before 1870. They had a daughter Mary Ellen ROCHE born in Maine and married David E. Stinson and lived in Portland, ME.
ROSSITERKay A WeberWexford
b.c1802 Co.Carlow
John EdmondsHe and his wife Ann Boulton (sometimes Boulton) and eight children arrived Melbourne 1852, agricultural labourer, wrote well, Church of England.
Denis was Hugh's brother and wrote in 1852 that they were "going to his brother at Melbourne"..
b.c1816 Armagh
John EdmondsHe and his wife Eliza Karney (sometimes Kearney), arrived in Melbourne 1841, carpenter, education not known but wrote well, Roman Catholic.
B: 1830 in County Clare
D: in Sydney, Australia
PeterM: Elicia Wheat in 1855 in Sydney, Australia
Children: Charles Edward, Alicia
ROWLEYElizabeth Fraser 
RUSSELLDick Dickinson 
RUTHERFORDSusan GrievesManorHamilton Leitrim
RYANBarb Sclesky-Gannon 
RYANJoseph A. & Ruth O. RyanCo. unknown - New York, mid-1800's
RYAN, Bessie May
B: 1844 in Londonderry, Co. Cork, Ire
D: in 1920 in Lower Southampton, York Co, New Brunswick, Ca
Christina Corey-Le MoineParents: RYAN, Thomas and McGUIRE, Mary
According to Census of 1901, she was born November 20, 1842, however, family lore has it that she and her parents came to Canada when she was only three weeks old.
RYAN CatherineSusan GrievesTipperary
RYAN, Michael
Jan Ryan-BergM: Margaret Doran Ryan(1815-1902?) who emigrated 1857 from parish Upperchurch (they said they came from Dundrum town) to Rockland, Wisconsin
They emigrated with a Michael Doran and their children:Mary, Michael, Daniel, John, Johanna, Philip, Thomas and Patrick. Margaret and Michael Doran's parents were Daniel Doran and Bridget O'Dwyer from Dundrum/Cashel area, Cty Tipp.
RYAN, ThomasChristina Corey-Le MoineM: McGUIRE, Mary
Children: Bessie May RYAN
RYAN, William
B: 1795 in Glenough Tipperary
d: 1860 in Bendigo vic Australia
immigrated=1853 from south Hampton
Wendy TaylorM: 1837 in clonoulty toMargaret Ryan (b 1797)
Children: Judith, Margaret, Mary, Anastasia, William, Bridget, Thomas

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