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« Reply #36 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:31 GMT (UK) »
In the GORTLETTERAGH ROMAN CATHOLIC (same church some of Michael Carney's children were christened) there is a Michael Carney & Anne Higgins christening several children between 1853 and 1862. It is possible these are Michael's parents. There is a James, John, Sarah, Daniel, James & Francis. No sign of Michael, but it's a possibility.

There is a Michael Carney &  Anna Higgins marrying 19th June 1838 in Cloone.

Wouldn't that be the sudden death due to internal haemorrhage Date:    17 June 1886
Newspaper Subject:    Carney Francis (Son of late Michael) (Mullaghbrack Mohill)   ???

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« Reply #37 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:41 GMT (UK) »
Deceased Surname Carney
Deceased Forename Philip
Primary Beneficiary/Executor Rosa Carney
Sec. Beneficiary/Executor Andrew Carney
Addl. Beneficiary/Executor Patrick Joseph Murphy
Date of Death 24 Feb 1896
County of Death Cavan

is a Carney/Murphy "connection" with "Beneficiary/Executor Patrick Joseph Murphy"

Just something that MIGHT be worth noting? 

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« Reply #38 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:46 GMT (UK) »
Looking good the 1st Carney/Murphy connection we have come across.
Its usually relations cited isnt it.

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« Reply #39 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:56 GMT (UK) »
Newspaper:    Leitrim Advertiser
Newspaper Content:    Mentioned at Mohill Union meeting re; 3 deaf mutes and asked for money for them to be sent to an institution
Date:    01 August 1895
Newspaper Subject:    MURPHY FRANCIS POOR LAW GUARDIAN UNION MOHILL

With the Carneys teaching in Mohill etc this Francis Murphy would have at least known them!!

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« Reply #40 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:58 GMT (UK) »
Looking good the 1st Carney/Murphy connection we have come across.
Its usually relations cited isnt it.

The Death was in Cavan... doesn't mean he was "of Cavan"!

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« Reply #41 on: Monday 03 November 14 12:59 GMT (UK) »
Thats a coincidence name and area as well.Looking good i think.

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« Reply #42 on: Monday 03 November 14 13:57 GMT (UK) »
..."am seeking the Carney family who lived in Mohill were farmers know they were still there in the 196o's.My father Henry Murphy lived with them when he was young around the late 20's 30's.Henry was the stepson of Francis Murphy who lived in Newcastle upon Tyne..Thanks email avotier@..."


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