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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #18 on: Monday 16 April 12 23:15 BST (UK) »
I don't know Triathlon, i have tried to take my McCallion's forward with distant family but i seem to have more enthusiasm than them.
I will try to find out more for you if i can
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McCallion ,Harkin,McLaughlin, Doherty,(Donegal Derry) McDaid (Donegal /Derry) Foote,Wade, Cogan/Goggin swiney sweeney ,O'Connor/connor(cork)

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #19 on: Monday 23 April 12 15:04 BST (UK) »

Hi I've pm'd you again as no response.  Thank you


hello,
 i have an interest in the mcdevitt family tree in the parish of conwal/inniskeel who are descended from ferdinand mcdevitt [ foster brother of sir cahir odoherty] and his wife sarah mcgettigan of rathmullan.ferdinands mother lived out her final years near burnfoot and i feel that the illies mcdevitts are the descendants who remained in inishowen.i note that you have dna info and would appreciate if you could share same as i feel results are available from the west donegal branch of the family.
i have pmd you.

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #20 on: Monday 23 April 12 15:16 BST (UK) »
 :) Hi do any of you have a Elizabeth McDade born 1800-05 perhaps Co Monaghan, she died 1882 in Glasgow, her parents are named as David McDade & Agnes Dinely.
Elizabeth McDade married Bernard Casey 1824 Co Monaghan,
these are my g g g grandparents ;)
All the best Derek :) :D ;)
Casey,Comaskey,McDade,O'Brien,Dinely, Farrell,
McKay, Sharkey, Phillips, Marren.

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #21 on: Monday 23 April 12 15:48 BST (UK) »

Hi Derek

need to know in what county your McDaids originate from, were they RC religion ? How do you know her parents names ( scottish death cert ?)

:) Hi do any of you have a Elizabeth McDade born 1800-05 perhaps Co Monaghan, she died 1882 in Glasgow, her parents are named as David McDade & Agnes Dinely.
Elizabeth McDade married Bernard Casey 1824 Co Monaghan,
these are my g g g grandparents ;)
All the best Derek :) :D ;)

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #22 on: Monday 23 April 12 15:55 BST (UK) »
 :) so sorry i do not know the county Elizabeth McDade was born, to the best of my knowledge she married Bernard Casey Co Monaghan, yes the information on parents was on death notice, i was at first told Dinely Elizabeth's mother maiden name was English but now know it deppends on how its spelt as to where you find it in UK, this spelling is Irish.
All the best Derek :) :D ;)
Casey,Comaskey,McDade,O'Brien,Dinely, Farrell,
McKay, Sharkey, Phillips, Marren.

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #23 on: Sunday 29 April 12 20:31 BST (UK) »

Hi
I have just recieved very interesting DNA results concerning Illies McDevitts if you PM me with your email, more than happy to share info.



 hello,
 i have an interest in the mcdevitt family tree in the parish of conwal/inniskeel who are descended from ferdinand mcdevitt [ foster brother of sir cahir odoherty] and his wife sarah mcgettigan of rathmullan.ferdinands mother lived out her final years near burnfoot and i feel that the illies mcdevitts are the descendants who remained in inishowen.i note that you have dna info and would appreciate if you could share same as i feel results are available from the west donegal branch of the family.

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 22 November 12 02:22 GMT (UK) »
My grandfather was William Mc Daid from the Illies, i know Owen Kelly is related to him as i spoke to him a few years ago at my mothers wake, i would love to know more information on the Mc Daid family, my grandfather until his death live in Castle Park in Buncrana,

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #25 on: Thursday 22 November 12 10:14 GMT (UK) »
Can you give me your grandads birth,death, marriage date details - list of children and I will look for this for you. I have done the family trees of most of the Mcdaid families in the Illies

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Re: McDaid family Buncrana/Derry
« Reply #26 on: Thursday 22 November 12 11:49 GMT (UK) »
i cant remember all of his brothers and sisters, i know there was Eugene, Cissy and i think a Johnny