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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 20 May 10 19:32 BST (UK) »
Tagoat cemetery (outside Wexford Town)
Headstone;
Nicholas Sinnott, Bush
25/9/1973 (53)
(many un-readable headstones here)
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St Ibar's cemetery, Wexford town;
Mary Sinnott, 8, St John's flats
8/12/1982 (87)
James Whelan, 5 College view
5/8/1983 (86)
wife, Katie; 1/2/1984 (89)
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Sean Sinnott (Seanie); Mannix Pl
28/4/2006  (81)
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James Sinnott (Jim); 5 Ard Carmon
20/1/2000 (65)
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Mary Sinnott, Castlebridge
11/7/1951  (78)
son, Robert M; 23/6/1964 (60)
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Francis A Sinnott, Old Pound
17/5/1990 (77)
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Joseph Sinnott (Tom); 10, St Ibar's villas
16/9/1975
sis-in-law, Joanie Sinnott, 1 Grattan tce
22/11/1976
Joan Francis (Fran) Sinnott
4/2/1982
Mary Mercia Sinnott
24/7/1988 (80)
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Shay Sinnott, County hotel
30/12/1973
wife, Angela A;
18/5/1995
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Schoolmasters & Schoolmistresses Wexford 1826-27
Gorey Baroney
Synnott Denis
Religion; RC
Parish; Toome
Townland or Location of school; Ballyoughter

Synnott Stephen
Religion; RC
Parish; Gorey
Townland or Location of school; Raheenagurran

Synnott Patrick
Religion; RC
Parish; Ballycannew
Townland or Location of school; Ballycannew

Scarawalsh
Sinnot Anne
Religion; RC
Parish; Clonegal
Townland or Location of school; Convent Sch.

Synnott John
Religion; RC
Parish; Rossminogue
Townland or Location of school; Lower Island

Shelmalier
Synnott Thomas
Religion; RC
Parish; Tikillin
Townalnd or Location of school; Tikillin

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 03 June 10 17:50 BST (UK) »
Wexford War Dead;
Sinnott Michael Peter;
Rank; Wireless operaror
Regiment or Service; Mercantile marine
Unit; HMS Glenart Castle. Torpedoed by German Submarine. 38 of the 206 on board survived. She was headed for Brest to load wounded.
Died; 26/2/1918 (23)
Son of Julia Anne Sinnott, Cahore, Gorey, Wexford.
Born; Morriscastle, Wexford.
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Sinnott Stephen;
Rank; Private
Regiment or Service; Royal Irish
Unit; 2nd Bn.
Died; 19/10/1914 (28) Killed in action.
Son of Anthony & Anne Sinnott,
Born; St Bridget's, Wexford.
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Sinnott Thomas
Rank; Private
Regiment or Service; Worcestershire
Unit; 4th Bn.
Died; 9/10/1917 (36) Killed in action.
Born; Enniscorthy
Husband of Ella Gertrude Sinnott, Atherfold rd, Clapham, London.
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Sinnott Thomas
Rank; Private
Regiment or Service; Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Unit; 10th Bn.
Died; 2/2/1917 (32) Killed in action.
Born; Bannow.
Son of Patrick & Mary Sinnott, Brandane, Bannow, Wexford.
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Sinnott Thomas
Rank; Seaman
Regiment or Service; Royal naval Reserve
Unit; HMS Laurentic
Died; 25/1/1917 Killed by a mine explosion off the Irish Coast.
Son of John & Mary Sinnott, Ballyreilly, Wexford.
The vessel sank in 1917 with the loss of 354 of its crew when it hit a mine at Fanad Head en route to Halifax.
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Sinnott William
Rank; Seaman
Regiment or Service; Royal Naval Reserve
Unit; HMS Louvain
Died; 20/1/1918 (29)
Son of Richard & Ellen Sinnott, Hardyglas, Wexford.
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Sinnott William
Rank; Private
Regiment or Service; Royal Irish
Unit; 1st Bn.
Died; 15/3/1915 (26) Killed in action.
Born; Enniscorthy
Son of Myles & Katie Sinnott, Pembroke Cottages, Donnybrook, Dublin.
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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 19 February 11 16:18 GMT (UK) »
There is a lot of information on this board. I to am searching for a Patrick Sinnett or Sinnott born 1752 in Wexford. He came to America in 1773 and landed in Dumfries, Va. so it is said. He married a Catherine Hevener and settled in the Va. / WV area till his deat in 1850. I'm looking for any information on parents, brothers, sisters, anything in Wexford that conects him in his 21 years there. thank you.
Sinnett, Synnott, Sinnott


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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #12 on: Friday 20 December 13 18:43 GMT (UK) »
I have a great deal of general information on the Sinnott family in Ireland which I would be glad to share. My GGGranfather, Patrick M Sinnott was from St. John's Gate just outside of Wexford. His extended family were tradesmen in the leather and fabric industries. I was able to obtain some birth marriage death data from the Wexford church records and the civil records but have not been able to establish any contact with living family members in Ireland. Patrick immigrated to Baltimore and established a successful men's habidashery business. He had married a woman named Mary Bolger in Ireland but lost her to ships disease after arrival. He remarried a woman named Catherine Henry at the Basilica in Baltimore in January of 1858 and they had a number of children only two of which survived to be adults. Are you by any chance in Maryland and does any of this look like it fits your Sinnott?
Thank you for the response and let me know if I can help your research.

Given the leather and tradesmen links, I am curious to know if you are aware of any shoemakers in your ancestors extended family?

My Sinnott ancestors George Sinnott (1793-1876) and Edward Synnott (1838-1907) were shoemakers in Castlepollard, County Westmeath.

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 21 January 14 19:33 GMT (UK) »
Im looking for a Susanna (Susan) Sinnott of Wexford married John Hore btw 1803-1819 (We found records or at least mentions for both years) they had a daughter Catherine who married Maurice (Morris) Kinsella late 20's early 30's, My family then progresses from the Kinsella line.  Would anyone have any records or notes on this branch of Sinnotts please ? Thanks Catherine

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 02 August 14 17:30 BST (UK) »
Im looking for a Susanna (Susan) Sinnott of Wexford married John Hore btw 1803-1819 (We found records or at least mentions for both years) they had a daughter Catherine who married Maurice (Morris) Kinsella late 20's early 30's, My family then progresses from the Kinsella line.  Would anyone have any records or notes on this branch of Sinnotts please ? Thanks Catherine
I have a great deal of general information on the Sinnott family in Ireland which I would be glad to share. My GGGranfather, Patrick M Sinnott was from St. John's Gate just outside of Wexford. His extended family were tradesmen in the leather and fabric industries. I was able to obtain some birth marriage death data from the Wexford church records and the civil records but have not been able to establish any contact with living family members in Ireland. Patrick immigrated to Baltimore and established a successful men's habidashery business. He had married a woman named Mary Bolger in Ireland but lost her to ships disease after arrival. He remarried a woman named Catherine Henry at the Basilica in Baltimore in January of 1858 and they had a number of children only two of which survived to be adults. Are you by any chance in Maryland and does any of this look like it fits your Sinnott?
Thank you for the response and let me know if I can help your research.

Given the leather and tradesmen links, I am curious to know if you are aware of any shoemakers in your ancestors extended family?

My Sinnott ancestors George Sinnott (1793-1876) and Edward Synnott (1838-1907) were shoemakers in Castlepollard, County Westmeath.

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #15 on: Monday 12 December 16 23:01 GMT (UK) »
I was interested to see you mentioned a Susan Sinnot and John Hore marriage. Only by chance I saw a post last night with the marriage of a couple with the same names.
13/11/1803 JOHN HORE SUSAN SINOTT James Hays and Thomas Devereux.
The record I believe came from the Oylegate/Glenbrien church records. My gggrandfather was John Hore b c 1881 in Oylegate. His parents were James Hore and Mary Roche and all I have been able to find about James b c 1850 was his father was also a James Hore and mother's first name was Johanna. I would be very interested to know if you had any more information about the Hore family?
Regards,
Martina

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 14 May 17 02:45 BST (UK) »
My Sinnott side is from Nicholas Sinnott and his wife Mary formerly bryne.  They had a son edward in 1839. Their grandson came over in 1900 and settled in Connecticut.

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Re: Sinnott family in Wexford
« Reply #17 on: Monday 22 May 17 14:46 BST (UK) »
Looking for information on Nicholas Sinnott. He had a wife named Mary Byrne and sons named Nicholas(1832) and Edward(1838)