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MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« on: Tuesday 22 June 10 00:26 BST (UK) »
Hello,
Does anyone know anything  about the Mulvihill family of Clare.  My 3x Grandfather Patrick Mulvihill married Arabella Cullinan [of Ennis], date uncertain altho' they were both young - born c.1817 arr. Australia 1839 and had already had 3 ch, Ann , Daniel and Abraham. Arabella's mother maiden name was Bridget O'Brien. There was apparently a relationship with the Boucher family as well altho' the connection is unclear.
If anyone in Ennis knows of the families, or can look them up in Parish rec. I would be grateful for any information.  The only other info. I can give you is that they were well literate. I know about their lives here in Oz but it is the Irish side that is a mystery.
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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 22 June 10 13:50 BST (UK) »
hi you can try here but think your marriage and births are before register began
http://www.ennisparish.com/genealogy/
you are better off downloading the birth and marriage files and searching yourself because of the amount of miss spelt names .

try
http://www.clarelibrary.ie/
which has excellent genealogy section , make sure you look at drumcliff cemetry records you might find gravestone info .
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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 22 June 10 15:16 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Just saw your post.
Could you share more of your Mulvihill lineage?
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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 22 June 10 16:22 BST (UK) »
id advise that ye search mulvihill name on this site and write down all the info that is even close to ye in date and see whats what .

http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=/eng/search/ancestorsearchresults.asp
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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 23 June 10 02:21 BST (UK) »
hi you can try here but think your marriage and births are before register began
http://www.ennisparish.com/genealogy/
you are better off downloading the birth and marriage files and searching yourself because of the amount of miss spelt names .

try
http://www.clarelibrary.ie/
which has excellent genealogy section , make sure you look at drumcliff cemetry records you might find gravestone info .
Thanks obbie, I have tried the ennisparish site,  but no luck. The Clare library will take me longer; thank you for your kindly attention.
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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 23 June 10 07:48 BST (UK) »
Oooh Exciting!

I have a gg grandmother Margaret Stickley Ingram or Stickley or Ingram or Ingham, formerly Mulvihill/ Mulville etc -

Only bit of the name I can trace is the Stickley is from her husband.  She claims to have been born in Co Clare on some English censuses and ended up in Lancashire, various towns.  Born about 1835? 

Will check.  No marriage I can find under and name.  Former name is under a child's birth certificate.

Can't wait to see what you get.

I'll dig out what I've got.

Best wishes

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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 23 June 10 10:05 BST (UK) »
for any of ye willing to spend the money , lots of money , this is clares genealogy centre .

http://www.clareroots.com/

they have all the parish records , ive herd good things about them except the cost .

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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 23 June 10 10:49 BST (UK) »
thank you Obbie

I'll think about it.

Hopefully we can pool some results.

Best wishes

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Hoey : Louth, Dublin, Lancashire,
Diggle: Pendleton Lancashire,
Stickley: Dorset, Lancashire
Bockmann, Boedemann etc Artist, Europe and London

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1st Battalion Connaught rangers WW1

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Re: MULVIHILL, CULLINAN, O'BRIEN
« Reply #8 on: Friday 10 June 11 19:59 BST (UK) »
Hello Neverendingstory,

Not sure if we've been in contact before?

I share the same ancestors, and like you are at a standstill in reference to more information.

I visited Ennis last October, nice little city, but the weather was terrible. Our visit to Dysart cemetery was washed out. (made the mistake in taking along my wife)

I plan on returning, armed with a little more knowledge, and better conditions, hoping to uncover more information on our family.

Cheers,
Acrobatterry