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Offline bennybunny

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carragher/castleblaney
« on: Tuesday 25 January 05 09:17 GMT (UK) »
researching carragher and Mcshane castleblaney.

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Re: carragher/castleblaney
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 26 February 05 00:44 GMT (UK) »
I have a Margaret McShane - born circa 1795; Died 18th May 1875 in Clonalig. Occupation: Charwoman

Margaret married James Hughes (Blacksmith) in Drumacon, Co. Monaghan

The Hughes line is my direct decendants.

 
HUGHES; FRANCIS > Australia on 'Ayrshire' 1841
Parents (of above)
James Hughes (Castleblaney) - b.circa 1789 d.20 April, 1869 in Cullyhanna, Co. Amagh. Occupation - Blacksmith
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Margaret McShane (Drumacon) - b.circa 1795 d.18 May 1875 in Clonalig
Brother of:
George > Australia on 'Coldstream' 1862
? Bridget Rooney (present at mothers death)

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Re: carragher/castleblaney
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 11 November 06 12:59 GMT (UK) »
carragher is my line  the name changes quite a lot, aka kerrecher carrigher and carricker are just some of the different names it has popped up as

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Re: carragher/castleblaney
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 11 November 06 23:07 GMT (UK) »
oh and my gggggfather was michael carragher married mary cardle in  monagahn about 1830 they went over to scotland then into england few years later