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Offline Irene

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CLEARY
« on: Thursday 07 October 04 21:44 BST (UK) »
Is anyone interested in the surname Cleary from Ballyboy Parish?

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NORFOLK: Spinks, Clay, Balls, Fife, Whistler, Head, Child, Youngs, Rising, Millican
SOMERSET:  Clay, Crosse, Oldfield, Harding, Curry
SHROPSHIRE:  Hunt, Cox, Bloore, Blantern, Cooke
FLINTSHIRE: Hunt, Mather, Cooke
KENT: Barwick, Jarman, Pearce, Graves, Beane, Scales
ARMAGH:  McArdle
TIPPERARY:  Beven/Bevens/Bevins, Cleary, Ryan
OFFALY: Cleary
GERMANY:  Conrades, Busse, Habenicht, Appuhn, Hage, Hillmer, Hernig, Wockener, Meyer, Schnranz
ESSEX:  Smith, Page

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 06 November 04 23:59 GMT (UK) »
Hello Irene  I don't have a Cleary in my family history to my knowledge but I know of a Mary Cleary nee Deering living in Geashill Co Offaly my interest is the Deering name thought you may know of this Mary like to hear from you Karen B in Australia

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #2 on: Monday 06 December 04 12:20 GMT (UK) »
 :)
Hi My name is Kevin Cleary
researching Cleary's (esp Timothy paul)
I think from cork but Ballygally has featured where is
Ballyboy parish ???
Kevin

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #3 on: Monday 03 January 05 06:04 GMT (UK) »
Sorry for delay in answering!!

Ballyboy is near Birr.
NORFOLK: Spinks, Clay, Balls, Fife, Whistler, Head, Child, Youngs, Rising, Millican
SOMERSET:  Clay, Crosse, Oldfield, Harding, Curry
SHROPSHIRE:  Hunt, Cox, Bloore, Blantern, Cooke
FLINTSHIRE: Hunt, Mather, Cooke
KENT: Barwick, Jarman, Pearce, Graves, Beane, Scales
ARMAGH:  McArdle
TIPPERARY:  Beven/Bevens/Bevins, Cleary, Ryan
OFFALY: Cleary
GERMANY:  Conrades, Busse, Habenicht, Appuhn, Hage, Hillmer, Hernig, Wockener, Meyer, Schnranz
ESSEX:  Smith, Page

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #4 on: Monday 03 January 05 09:03 GMT (UK) »
I think I may have a Prudence Cleary in my tree ..... married name Ardill ..... but as yet not proved ..... possibly Tipperary though !  If any of you come up with a Prudence...think of me !
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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #5 on: Tuesday 22 March 05 01:35 GMT (UK) »
Is anyone interested in the surname Cleary from Ballyboy Parish?

Irene
Hi Irene;

My great grandmother was Margaret Cleary from Shinrone (about 6 miles from Birr) in the place of Balincor in County Kings (OFFALY).  She married James Whelan and they had several children, among them James, Jr. age 21 & Mary (my grandmother) age 16,  both of whom emigrated to the U.S. in 1904 from Birr.  Do you have any further information on this family???

Thanks in advance for the courtesy of a reply.

Regards,
tom

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 26 April 05 13:37 BST (UK) »
Hello, I have a Tipperary Cleary who married a Kings County/Milane area McCormack in the mid 1800's.

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 21 November 12 15:28 GMT (UK) »
Tom,

My GG Grandmother was Honora Cleary, she married Joseph Mulcahy in Shinrone in 1878.  Her father was James Cleary, I believe they were originally from Tipperary.  On the marriage certificate transcript I have it lists Margaret Whelan as a witness.  I wonder if this is your Margaret Cleary?  I am trying to get a handle on the Cleary family so I have more questions than answers right now. 

Rory

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Re: CLEARY
« Reply #8 on: Friday 30 November 12 23:58 GMT (UK) »
I have John Cleary @ 1810 married to Mary Hogan in Tulamore
Byrne, Jordan, Neville, Codd (Wexford), Hackett (Dublin) Kidney, McNamara, Driscoll (Cork) Cleary & Hogan (Offaly and Tipperary) Finnerty (Roscommon)