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February 19, 2001

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SurnameList MemberRemarks
"S" Section
SALMONconaughtKinaffe, Brackloon aread, County Mayo
SCALLEY, Patrick
Emigrated to Aus in the mid 1850
Des Skelly.Parents: Patrick Scally, Labourer, and Jane McDermott, from Kilbeggan, County West Meath,
M: Mary O'Mara (Parents: Hugh O'Mara, Labourer, and Catherine Cormack, from Borrisleigh, CountyTipperary.) were married at St Patrick's Chuirch, Toowoomba, Queensland, on June 16, 1859
SCALLEY, William
County Roscommon
Paul Petersonmarried Mary Regan.
Children: Anna b. abt. 1855, Martin b. abt. March, 1862, Maria b. abt. March, 1868 - g grandmother, Thomas Scally b. abt December, 1869 - possibly in Athleague, Co Roscommon, Ireland, Bridget A b. abt. November 1871, Caroline Agnes b. abt. 1876
These six children all moved to Rhode Island, USA. There may have been others based on the gap between births, that stayed in Ireland or moved elsewhere. Only Martin never married.
SCOTT, David
b: 1848, Harwick, Scotland
d: ca. 1919 Manchester, England
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M: Margaret Wheeler (Phelan) in Londonderry, Ireland.
SCOTT, Martin
b: Ireland Abt 1834
left Ireland for St Helens Lancashire in the late 1850s
arthur.roberts2Wife: MARY (Melvin or Melville) b: Abt 1836
Son: JOHN SCOTT b: Abt1856
SELLERS, FloraACooper LambM: HENRY, Alexander
Emigrated from: Arran, Scotland about 1720.
SHANNAHANJohn GarnerRelated to DWYERS and PHELAN
SHANNAHAN/SHANAHANSLCCHRISTOPHER SHANNAHAN br 1807/08 and BRIDGET BURNS br 1809-10 both br Ire...1st found in Batlimore Md in 1836 with birth of daug KATHERINE...other children in family.. MARY br 1834 ?, MARGARET br 1838 MD, JOHN EDWARD 1842 Hagerstown Md [he became a priest in the 1860's served as pastor of St Marys RC Church in Galina Ill for 32 yrs] THOMAS br 1849 possibly in Pittsburgh Pa...know family lived in Pittsburgh Pa from 1850 onward ..side note re Thomas..according to family story he was at Notre Dame in the 1860's when US Grant visited the college and was able to met him...have no other info on him..know Bridget was alive in the late 1860s as she was contact person on son John's school records...Katherine marrried a THOMAS JOICE/JOYCE in Pittsburgh Pa in 1855.
1835 in Cavan, Ire
D: February 1900 in Glebe, NSW Australia
Immigration: c.1860 from Plymouth
SparkerParents: SHANNON, Thomas (B: ca. 18041815) and Mary Blake
M: 24 January, 1867 in Sydney, NSW Aust. to Catherine KEOGH (b: C.1843 in Cty.Kildare, Ire.)
Children: Mary Ethel, John Thomas, Catherine Anne, Ann, Robert Joseph, Margaret Mary, Agnes Winifred, Maria
John Shannon was my grandfather and married in Australia, as above. I know that he had brothers Robert and Thomas and entry details into Australia have been found but I cannot find where John Shannon arrived. Catherine Keogh (spouse of John Shannon) arrived in 1862 with her younger brother.
I have found from certificates obtained that the parents of John Shannon were: Thomas Shannon b.c1815 Cavan Ireland married Mary Blake and they remained in Ireland until their death. The only place name mentioned is Cavan, Ireland and I do not know what their Church would be. They were Roman Catholic and the father was a Farmer.
b. December 1863 New York, NY
Maureen ShelleyM: Nora Lynch b. December 1864 in Ireland
married New York, NY ) in 1886-1887
Older children were: Della b. November 1889, Martin b. August 1891, John b. May 1893, and Grace b. November 1897. In 1900
Neighbors in the building included the LYNCH grandparents (Martin LYNCH and Delia DORAN), Martin COTTER (a nephew), "J.B." Sullivan and wife Catherine LYNCH and family, and William Costello and wife Delia LYNCH and their family. Catherine LYNCH SULLIVAN and Delia LYNCH COSTELLO were younger sisters of Nora LYNCH SULLIVAN.
b: c.1742
aka John Shannon
Anne HarperSome of the names that were passed down were David, John, Thomas, Alexander, and Samuel. I know this is rather vague, but it's all I have.
SHANNON, Thomas John
c.1835 Cavan, Ire
aka John Shannon
Shirley Parkermarried Catherine KEOGH in St.Mary's Cathedral, Sydney 24JAN 1867
SHARKEY, Margaret B.
b. 1844 poss. in Co. Meath
Colleen O'Byrnedau. of Bartley
M: TIGHE, James @ 1858.
Children: Mary, Anne, Michael and Lawrence (twins), James, Bartholomew, John, Ellen and Cecilia.
SHEA, Michael
B: abt 1812 in Limerick, Ire
D: 1881 in St. Johnsbury, VT, USA
Immigrated about 1847 from Limerick, Ire
MaureenN: Mary Farrell (B: about 1815) in Limerick, Ire
Children: Michael, Mary (M: Corbett), Francis, Thomas and William Shea.
Famine immigrants who may have traveled through Quebec. Settled in northeastern Vermont near Canadian border. One other Shea family in town Patrick Shea and Honora Haley whose son John may be the John Shea mentioned in Michael's will in 1881. On their grave origen is mentioned as County Clare.
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tried and convicted at Co Fermanagh in 1851 for larceny. Sentenced to 7 years and transported to Tasmania, arriving in 1853.
Her native place was Co Donegal, she was 28 years of age, a housemaid and needlewoman.
maureenSister: Elizabeth
Half brothers: Bernard, John, Edward and Patrick at Co Donegal.
Parents may have been dead as they were not stated.
She was Protestant and could read.
M: John William Smith another convict from Dublin (his native place). He was sentenced to 7 years for burglary in 1848 and arrived in Tasmania in1851. He was R.C. and could read and write.
He stated he had no relatives.
John and Catherine married in Tasmania in 1854 and had three children that I know of Mary Ann, Elizabeth and Margaret. Catherine died in 1877 of tuberculosis and John later remarried and had a large family.
SHEERANCarolI am researching the name SHEERAN and FARREL. John Sheeran married Mary Farrel in Ballyragget County Kilkenny around 1865. They had several children one of which was named Bridget born about 1872/73.
B: in Co. Meath
ChristiM: KELLEY, John Bernard in Joliet, IL in 1871
SHERIDAN, MichaelChristiM: MALLOY, Rose
Father of Bridget MALLOY
SHIRLEYBill Leacocklived in the Kilkenny, Carlow, Laois and Kildare areas through the 18th Century to date
SHIELDS, Mary Jane
b. abt 1832 Kilkeel, Co. Down, Ireland.
Del. ChristienMarried before 1860 to James WALKER and in Ontario, Canada.
Mary Shortismarriage, mid1800's, Clonmel TIP
SHORTIS, SamuelMary Shortismarried Margaret O'BRIEN 12th,November, 1832. St Mary's Clonmel, TIP. Seeking descendants of Thomas, Mary Anne, Sarah, Margaret and Patrick. John and Samuel emigrated to Australia. Issue of Samuel and Margaret.
born abt. 1748
Gloria ShuttleworthThe only inforamtion I have on him is that he landed at the port of entry at Alexandria, VA between 1748-1776. He married Luranah Schmitt between 1774-1776 in Frederick Co., MD. They had nine children. I come from the line of their son Archibald.
SINNOTTEuclidWexford and Carlow
B: March 1830 in Wexford
D: May 20, 1902 in Franconia, MN
Emigrated: Octobver 24, 1854 from Liverpool
Jim SinnottM: in 1854 to Sarah Ann Clinton (B: May 4, 1823)
SLANEYMary McGillSearching for these families, probably, from Cork and Waterford, but not positive. They emigrated to Newfoundland probably before the famine.
SLAYMON, Michael
born in Galway on or about Feb. 22, 1841
Joe BurtMother was Margaret BURKE, and father was Thomas SLEVIN. I believe name was changed on coming to America with mother and possibly other siblings in 1864. Other names to consider are SLAMON, SLEYMON, SLEMON, SLEMONS , and SLAYMAN. Married Mary CARR in Ohio on Dec. 30, 1872. Settled in Guernsey County, Ohio. Worked for 23 years as a section foreman for the railroad, and before that in the Ohio coal mines.
SLEEMAN, STUDEE, McGUIGAN, COOLGAN, O'KEEFEThe Slone FamilyFrank Sleeman and (Katie E Studee) Catherine Studee were married on Nov 5, 1907 by James O'Keefe Catholic pastor, address Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Her parents were Charles Studee and Mary An McGuigan Studee of Willow Springs(twnsp) Their witnesses were Henry Studee of Willow Springs and Agnes Coolgan also of Willow Springs. Frank age 25 was listed as a minor, and Katie aged 19, was listed as a domestic. Frank was of Linden, born in England, his parents were John Sleeman and Jane Hawk Sleeman, both born in England.
SMITHPaul DavisCounties: Tipperary
SMITH, JacobHugh C. Massonm. Ann Kerfoot (a sister of my G.G. Grandfather). Jacob and John were brothers and may of been born in Carlow. Jacob had one child in Ireland and seven in Canada
b. 1775 in Ireland
d.1846 in Canada
Hugh C. Massonwife Mary Warren b. 1763 in Ireland d. 1847 in Canada. Known children Deborah m. George Kerfoot. Mary m. Daniel Knapp, and Sarah m. Thomas Moorehouse
SMITH, Michael Martin
b: in 1858, Brackloon, Swinford, Co Mayo
conaughtHis parents were Patrick Smith and Catherine Doherty (Carrowbaun). His Grandparents were Michael Smith and Margaret Gallagher of I believe of Cuillaun.
SMYTHSusan GrievesTyrone and Derry
SOLAN, Tom of TullinahooconaughtFoundout this past summer all the Solans of Tullinahoo were related.
SPILMAN, James H.Louis SwentekM: RICE, Elizabeth A.
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.).
Father- James SPROULE
son: John SPROULE
DebbieM: Maria SMITH on 10 January 1890 at the Registrae's Office in Dublin
B: born 07 November 1890 at Tourbeck, District of Islandeady, Superintendent Registrar's District of Westport, County of Mayo
Father- James SPROULE
died in 3 quarter of 1880
lived in Athy Co Kildare
SLCM: Bridget (No Surname)
children: MARIA/MARY br abt 1847 Ireland...came to Lawrence Ma..not sure of yr emigrated...may have come with family or to family there.
Married PATRICK KANE Nov 14 1868 Immaculate Conception RC Church Lawrence Ma....she was age 21 at the time...
There is a possible sister/daughter to family...a CATHERINE STAKEM who was Godmother to the KANEs daughter MARY ANN O"KANE br Oct 1869 Fall River Ma....she was found in the 1870 census for Fall River with a family... name of MICHAEL MORAN.
STAFFORDRosemary Quinn(1855-1914)
STAFFORD, FrancisRenee Harrisa hotel proprietor in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. The hotel was located either on Dominick St., later called Patrick St., or in Church Lane or Blackhall Lane (streets mentioned in his deeds).
STAKEM/STAKUMSLCMaria Stakem/Stakum br Ire abt 1837-39 married to PATRICK KANE/O'KEANE/O'KANE know lived in Fall River Mass in 1869..had possible sister named KATE STAKEM/STAKUM ...this Stakem/Stakum family may have come from Lawrence Mass. have no other info on her..died in Rochester Pa in May of 1880.
b.c 1800 Ireland
Sheryl Reardon 
STEPHENSJeremy BeatyBorn 1820-1830, Cork. Served as Admiral in the British Navy
immigrated to western Pa and northeastern OH.
B: 1797 in Co. Tipperary
D: 1868 in Sillery, Quebec
Immigrated in 1850
MikellM: Alice Condrick (B: 1805)
B: abt. 1828 to 1838 in Ire.
Virginia Adams PierceM: John William BRESNAHAN
STONEBill Leacocklived in the Kilkenny, Carlow, Laois and Kildare areas through the 18th Century to date
SULLIVANCherylCo. Cork
SULLIVANDick Howell 
SULLIVAN, JeremiahFrancine G. WeeksM: Catherine.
Son of born in Co. Cork (or possibly Kerry) circa 1828, son of Catherine & Jeremiah;
Francine G. Weeksson of Catherine & Jeremiah
Children: 6 children
emigrated to the U.S.; worked in cotton mills
settled in New Bedford, MA in the 1880s.
b. May 1857 or 1859 in Ireland
Maureen ShelleyM: LYNCH, Catherine in New York City in 1890 or 1891
The older children of "J.B." and Catherine were: Della SULLIVAN b. November 1891, John SULLIVAN b. October 1892 or 1893, Martin SULLIVAN b. March 1895, and Bessie SULLIVAN b. April 1896.
SULLIVAN, MarySheila Charlton Spencerb: 1846
SULLIVAN, OwenJulie LindenbergOccupation: Miller
M: Julia Callahan of Cork.
Daughters Eliza and Ellen born c.1820 & 1821 to New Zealand 1842
Eliza married John Lynch 1843 Auckland NZ.
SURGEONER, JamesSuemanager of the Antrim Iron Ore Company for 22 years, working there for a total of 27 years.
The SURGEONER family are from the Rathkenny, Ballymena, Broughshane Antrim areas, with family burial plots at Broughshane and Kirkinriola ???
SWEENEYRosemary QuinnOH (1856-1914)
SWEENEYRosemary QuinnFort Worth-(1890-?)
SWEENEY, MargaretMyriam Scott m.1876 Patrick Quinane, Margaret was from the townland of Gortacola, Drombane, Co Tipperary, and her father was Denis Sweeney alive in 1876.
b. 1851 in Mauch Chunk, Carbon Co., PA
Colleen O'ByrneParents: William and Mary WATERS (or WHORISKEY) SWEENEY of Tory Island.
Mary A. had two sisters, one named Harriet, the other unknown.
SWEENEY, MichealMaryFrances (Sweeney) CharpentierM: NOON, Mary
Two sons, John and James born in Co. Roscommon
emigrated to U.S. c. 1850.
lived with grandmother, Bridget Henry in Providence, RI.
SWEENEY-BROWNRosemary QuinnPasadena-(1900-1947)
SWIFT, ThomasMargaret WalshM: Ann MORAN SWIFT
Daughter: Catherine born in 1866
Living in Warrington, Lancashire, England in 1866
SYMESChristopher Richards

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