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Donegal / Re: Arthur Doherty/Mary Mooney
« on: Friday 05 July 13 01:19 BST (UK)  »
Maybe having two couples, at the same time, in the same place, is what's making this even more confusing than it should be.

What I'm absolutely sure of is, the Rose, or Rosanna that I am looking for died in Delaware, in 1916. She immigrated in 1872 or 1873 and had a sister named Teresa Doherty,  who married Edward Ruddy. Supposedly Teresa lived in Gartnacuile right before she was married.

Rosanna also married Dennis Dougherty, in 1973 in the US.

I guess my next step is to try to sort through the 2 Doherty/Mooney couples.

Thanks for the help.

Donegal / Arthur Doherty/Mary Mooney
« on: Wednesday 03 July 13 05:50 BST (UK)  »
First time posting so if I'm in the wrong place please let me know.
I'm trying to find information on Arthur Doherty and Mary Mooney.
 I am  trying to double check this, since I pulled these names from 2 different places, and It also seems like I am missing my great-grandmother Rosanna, from the list. Here is what I know.
Arthur Doherty  (father)         
b. abt. 1826,                        
d. 24 Dec 1876 ,

Mary Mooney (mother)
b. Abt 1836 
d. unknown
They were married 24 April 1853

Children -
John Anthony Doherty,   b. 7 May 1854 Cashel, Gleneely,
Michael Doherty, (Micks),   b. Abt 1855,  Moneydarragh, Culdaff
Teresa Doherty,   b. 6 Feb 1857   Cashel, Gleneely,
Mary Anne Doherty,   b. 27 Aug 1861  Cashel, Gleneely,
Catherine Doherty,   b. 28 Oct 1865  Cashel, Gleneely,
Thomas Doherty,   b. 20 Dec 1868  Cashel, Gleneely,
Arthur Doherty,   b. 16 Jun 1871   Cashel, Gleneely,
Supposedly, my great-grandmother Rosanna, was born in the month of October, in the early to mid 1850's. I noticed Michael was born in a different location, so maybe she was also. 

I was hoping someone had access to the parish registers, from around that area. Any information would be appreciated.

Thanks so much.


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