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Offline dermo

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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday 21 May 13 22:51 BST (UK) »
Hi
I'm afraid I got nowhere in tracing the relationship. I searched through the Dunlavin records in the microfilms at the National Library but had no luck there.  I also searched for Keogh/Dwyer and White/Dwyer marriages on rootsireland but I couldn't make a connection between the ones I found and my Keogh and White relatives in the Glen of Imaal.  Part of the problem Is that I have found it difficult to take my Keogh and White relations back beyond the middle of the 1800s, the available records being so patchy.
O'Brien, Keogh, Byrne, Cuffe, Kelly, White, Burke, Blosset, Evans, Hetherington, Hosey, Williams, Wright, Comerford, Carey, McKeon, Litton, O'Reilly, O'Toole, Nugent, Traynor, Broughall.

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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 05 April 16 22:10 BST (UK) »
Hi Paula

I know its been a while since this thread has been active.

At the moment I am researching the Dwyer side of my family as my Grandmother was Julia Dwyer from Rathmore near Rathvilly in Carlow.

 Geographically Rathmore is about 8 miles from Baltinglass and I know Camara is around the same on the Wicklow side of Baltinglass.

Paula is there any chance that Michael Dwyer's' family had links to near Rathvilly?

Kind regards

Andy


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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #29 on: Friday 14 October 16 05:36 BST (UK) »
Is it too late to get into this conversation?  For many years, I have been searching for a link to Michael Dwyer, probably through his wife, Mary Doyle. I cannot find anything about the Doyle family but am really keen for help.  My 3xgreat grandfather, Patrick Doyle, was transported to NSW in 1813 as a political prisoner.  I have a small reason to think that he could have been a brother of Mary Doyle Dwyer.  Also, reading all the above, I know that a granddaughter of Patrick Doyle married a great-grandson of Catherine Dwyer Donoghoe ... Sarah Florence Doyle married Edward James Maloney in Sydney in 1891. They are buried at Waverley Cemetery.  I would love to share some other names and information to find some links .... I also have James Doyle husband of Margaret McDonnell and John O'Neill husband of Mary O'Byrne .. all from Wicklow.

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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #30 on: Thursday 08 November 18 21:04 GMT (UK) »
Hello. I was wondering if you found the answers you needed as I recently have been researching about my family past and Michael Dwyer is multiple times over my grandfather

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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #31 on: Friday 09 November 18 02:30 GMT (UK) »
Hi, Still no evidence of a relationship but another anecdote ... Patrick's daughter, Mary Anne, and her husband, John Anlezark, lived and worked on the Dwyer Farm at Liverpool after their marriage.  Mary Dwyer (nee Doyle) was Mary Anne's Godmother and James Dwyer, son of Michael and Mary, was her godfather.  Are you able to give me any names and places with which I can compare stories. Kerry

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Re: Michael Dwyer Siblings
« Reply #32 on: Monday 07 January 19 03:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi I am direct descendant of Lawrence Donoghoe / Catherine Dwyer. My line is through Patrick D and Annie O'hara who lived in Bungendore NSW (Australia).  my email is now (*)


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