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Cavan / Re: FARRELLY/BRADY
« on: Sunday 19 March 06 00:45 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for your input.  As yet, I haven't found a Queensland connection but as I can't verify exactly where my Farrelly's are from in Cavan, I guess it's not impossible that these families are related.  The Farrelly christian names are so similar.
The Brady connection in Perth has been my most positive find and there is a Philip Farrelly connected there, so you never know.
Your Farrelly family must have arrived about 1882 where I think mine is around 1843-1856, can't find that out either.
Thanks so much for your reply, it may eventually help in some way.   

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Cavan / BRADY
« on: Saturday 11 March 06 11:33 GMT (UK)  »
Trying to find some info on John BRADY b.1800 Cortober Castletara.  He was educated & ordained in France 1824. came to Sydney Australia 1838, working with convicts in Sydney & Norfolk Island.
Would births 1780-1810 in Castletara be traceable.  He had a sister Ann b. c.1806 & a sister Margaret b. c1788.
Fr. John Brady eventually became the lst Bishop of Perth.  Is there any history obtainable about his parents/siblings.
Appreciate any help/advice - Sharon

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Cavan / FARRELLY/BRADY
« on: Wednesday 08 March 06 02:24 GMT (UK)  »
Researching John FARRELLY b.c.1806 and his wife ANN or ANNIE MARY (nee BRADY) b.c.1807.  They migrated to Australia, 1st recording of them in Aust. is their son Michael's marriage in 1856.  John & Ann's children were, Michael b.c.1834, Thomas b.c.1836, John b.c.1838, Patrick b.c.1842, Bridget Mary b.c.1848, Peter b.c.1849 & Edward Francis b.c1851.   Presume they were all born in Cavan. It is possible Ann, nee Brady, was related (a sister) to Fr. John BRADY b.c.1800 Cortober, Casteltara.  There is also a Margaret BRADY born before 1800 who may fit into the Brady side.  Fr. John BRADY became the 1st Bishop of Perth in 1845.  He trained in Paris, and there was a Farrelly Burse there so possible this is all family connected.  Also have a record of Fr.John BRADY travelling with a nephew, Farrelly on a trip to Aus.
Can anyone help with tracing these families origins, or their travel to Australia.?    The Farrelly's kept alternating the male names so it is quite likely that the lst John's father was Michael Farrelly.  Any help appreciated.

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