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Cork / Callaghan/Goold
« on: Thursday 07 January 21 04:15 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to find parents, siblings, births and deaths for my ggg.grandparents, John Callaghan and Mary Goold. They were married on the 27th February, 1838, John was a farmer in Cronody, Cork.

Any information would be appreciated.
Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Tuesday 20 October 20 04:58 BST (UK)  »
Hello there, Thanks for your email I have had a look at the two names you gave me but they didnít appear on my Ancestry DNA matches. Somewhere in this McAssey Family line there is a match to my gg.grandmother, Ellen/Eleanor McAsey. My DNA match from Melbourne is descended from this family.


Michael McAsey 1775 - 1887/ Mary Nolan 1788 - ???
Son Thomas McAsey 1812 - 1897/ Elizabeth Walshe 1814 - 1882
Children of Thomas and Elizabeth:-
Michael McAsey 1839 - 1923
James McAsey 1840 - 1916
John McAsey 1845 - 1907
Maria McAsey 1845 - 1926
Elizabeth McAsey 1849 - 1932
Richard McAsey 1851 - ???
Thomas McAsey 1853 - ???
This family is on Ancestry. Hope this is of some help.
Kind Regards
Carol

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Cork / Crowley
« on: Friday 25 September 20 05:38 BST (UK)  »
Looking to find parents or siblings for Julia Crowley born about 1837 in Cronody, Cork. She married Jeremiah Callaghan on the 9th March, 1862, Julia died on the 24th January, 1911. In the 1911 census Juliaís g.nephew Jeremiah is living with the Callaghan family presumably after the death of his mother in 1907. Jeremiahís grandmother is Ellen Dennehy nťe Crowley so I am assuming that Ellen and Julia were sisters.

Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Friday 24 April 20 02:39 BST (UK)  »
Donít know how I managed to miss your post for the marriage date for Thomas and Ellen. Think I was focused on the Bridgets. Really pleased to finally have Thomas and Ellenís date of marriage. The pieces of the puzzle are slowly starting to fall into place. Thanks again for all your help.

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Thursday 23 April 20 09:17 BST (UK)  »
Oh! So it looks like there were 2 Bridgets. I wonder if there were anymore children born between Bridget and Thomas.

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Thursday 23 April 20 07:29 BST (UK)  »
Hello Noland01, I have found a Baptism for a Bridget Conway on the 22nd March 1857 daughter of Thomas Conway and Ellen McAsey in Balleyellen. Went back and had a look on John Conwayís Baptismal record in 1864 and one of the sponsors was a Maria McAsey. I wonder if she was a sister of Ellenís.

Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Monday 20 April 20 04:19 BST (UK)  »
Thomas and Anne Conway named their house in Brisbane, Goresbridge. I agree it is likely that Thomasís father was probably a Thomas too and Ellenís a John. The families seemed to pass on the same Christian names down through the generations. I did not come across any Conways in my searches of the records although I did see Carrolls,  Barrons, Keoghs and Brophys who are also
part of my family tree.

Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Sunday 19 April 20 02:24 BST (UK)  »
Hello Noland01, Thomas and Anne Conway and family immigrated in 1910. John and Bridget and Family also immigrated but not altogether. The family were supposed to depart on the ship The Dorset but only Nora and Thomas arrived. There must have been some incident that delayed the others. John Bridget and the other family members arrived in 1912. Ellen Conway daughter of John and Bridget died in 1906 in Balleyellen. Sadly the girls passed away early Norah 1921, Margaret 1922, Maria 1923 followed by Thomas in 1929 and William 1937. Christopher lived to 70 years of age.
I am not convinced that the record I have for the Birth/Baptism in 1830 for Ellen is the correct one. A marriage for Ellen and Thomas would give her fatherís name. Have had a quick look this morning but have had no success. Also scrolled through the births again. I have been very surprised in my family research of people putting incorrect information not checking their facts properly and then posting it and then other people copying it.
I have very much appreciated your help. It is good to have an extra pair of eyes and someone who has a knowledge of the areas which the search centres around.
Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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Carlow / Re: McAsey/McAssey
« on: Saturday 18 April 20 10:40 BST (UK)  »
The record that was sent to me for Ellen has Baptism Place Carlow, Carlow and Kildare, Diocese
Kildare and Leighlin. Date was 29th January, 1830. No information to say she was born in Ballyellen Thomas Conwayís (Ellen and Thomasís son) Baptismal Certificate is Parish of Bagnalstown Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin. John and James Conway place of birth Boris, Carlow. Marriage Record for Thomas Conway and Anne Carroll 23rd February, 1892 Roman Catholic Chapel of Goresbridge in the Registrarís District of Goresbridge and Graigue. Their childrenís Baptismal Certificates Parish of Paulstown, Diocese of Kildare.

Kind Regards
Carol Thomson

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