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Wexford / Re: Coolgreany Evictions
« on: Wednesday 12 April 17 19:31 BST (UK)  »
An update on my Darcy line. Hugh Darcy born 1751 died Mullaun, Coolgreany in 1835 he was my gr.gr.gr.grandfather. His son Michael Darcy  my gr.gr.grandfather. Mary Darcy, Michael's daughter born 1833  was my  gr.grandmother. My gr.grandmother Mary Darcy was sister to Hugh Darcy born 1816 whose family photos from the Coolgreany evictions are in the NLI photo archives. Hugh was dead by 1887 his widow Ann is the lady in the bed in the photos. All the above are buried in Ballinfad just to the side of the church door.  Related names Kinsley/Kinsella/Osborne/Murphy etc.

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Wicklow / Re: Anne Byrne Burial
« on: Sunday 28 February 16 22:09 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, My gr.gr.grandfather was Edward Byrne Ballinguile. I was down that way today and found a graveyard in Rathdangan (close to Ballinguile). The name of the cemetery  was Cranerin.

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I too have just come across "British Ships in Home Ports".  Looking for a Samuel Langan. I have too marriage dates for him one in Kingstown, Dublin in 1862 and one in 1865 where he used his birth name Samuel Langrell he was recorded as widower.

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Wicklow / Re: Langrell/Pierce family of Wicklow
« on: Monday 02 March 15 17:08 GMT (UK)  »
Hello Ross, I am in  Ireland. My grandmother was a Langrell.  If I could find John Langrells father's name I would know exactly which branch of the family your Edward Pierce belongs to.  All the Langrells  go back to Wicklow, Ireland where they can be found in 1700.  Their roots we believe were French Huguenots.

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Wexford / Re: Francis/Darcy family Enniscorthy-can you help?
« on: Wednesday 18 February 15 21:22 GMT (UK)  »
A few more children for Francis and Mary.
Bridget 3rd Sept., 1874
Mary Kate 14th Feb., 1876
John Joseph 17th  Feb., 1878
Thomas 10th March 1880
James 11th Feb., 1882
Bridget 17th July, 1883
William 17th April 1886
The first Bridget must have died hence  Bridget 1883.

The address on one of the above in Monart, Ballindaggin.

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Wexford / Re: Coolgreany Evictions
« on: Wednesday 18 February 15 20:59 GMT (UK)  »
Kath the following are the details of my Darcy line.
Michael Darcy married Elizabeth Kinsley.  she was from Ballyfad.
children Hugh, 1816. John 1819, Patrick 1822, Catherine 1824, Bridget 1833, William 1836.

Bridget 1833 was my gr.grandmother she married Michael Murphy  born 1828  son of James Murphy and Bridget Kinsley, who farmed at Annagh  most of their children had Darcy Godparents. 

My fathers Godfather Timothy Darcy born 1890 was the son of Michael. Michael Darcy was the son of WilliamDarcy and Jane Blake.  Timothy married in Dublin. He too had a sister Mary Darcy. 

Any help in connecting the families appreciated.




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Wexford / Re: Coolgreany Evictions
« on: Friday 06 February 15 17:54 GMT (UK)  »
Very interesting thread. Anyone  have any connections to Murphy/Darcy?  My father's god parents were Timothy and Elizabeth Dary.  His name was John Murphy. born Ballyloughlin, Monaseed christened in Kilanerin. Johns parents were Samuel and Bridget both Murphys.  Bridget's parents were   Michael Murphy, Annagh, and Mary Darcy. Michael's parents were James Murphy, Annagh, and Bridget Kinsley.  Mary Darcy Murphy's  parents were  Michael Darcy and Elizabeth Kinsley.   Other names in the family  Osborne, Kerwan Sullivan, My fathers father Samuel Murphy was from Carriglegan, Ferns. He was carpenter and moved to the Murphys house at Ballyloughlin after his marriage. 
Wonder were these Darcys related to the evicted Darcys?  I know my father spoke about a Cannon Darcy. any ideas, I would be most grateful.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Searching for Mary Lengurill
« on: Friday 23 January 15 19:34 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, I have been researching the Langrells in Ireland for years.  There were several Mary Jane's and several John's. Somewhere along the way I did find a Gibraltar Langrell. I will look through what I have and see if I can find anything of interest  to  you. 

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Wicklow / Re: Langrell/Pierce family of Wicklow
« on: Saturday 29 November 14 19:57 GMT (UK)  »
Susan Wilson died 1850.  Rev. W.S.Grattan Guinness was the Wilson's landlord,

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