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Offline draugh

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Delaney's of Queen's County
« on: Friday 20 January 17 01:40 GMT (UK) »
I am looking for 3 brothers who emigrated from "Queen's County" Ireland to the United States in the mid-1820's (most likely to work on the Erie Canal.)
Their names are:
Patrick Delaney (b. abt. 1795)
William Delaney (b. abt. 1796)
George Delaney (b. abt. 1799)

They were all single when they emigrated.  From what I have found in research the Delaney/Delany name is fairly common in the County Laois area. 
Do these combination of names sound familiar to anyone?

Deb.

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Offline Maggsie

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Re: Delaney's of Queen's County
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 21 January 17 13:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
The only Delaney I found born about 1790's was a John in 1793.
Offerlane  in the town land of Castletown.
Then I went to the Tithe records and saw 3 entries for DELANY in Castletown area.
Did these mane marry? if they did have you got their marriage records and any records that state their father or mothers name?
Maggsie

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