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Welcome to the County Galway Surname List. These Surnames are currently
being researched in the Galway area on the West Coast of the Republic of
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OAKLEIGH - (Alfred Victor OAKLEIGH b.GAL, IRL. circa 1869/m.Catherine
Rose CHALKER 1899 NSW,AUS/father William Oakleigh/mother Mary
Wren/father's profession Undertaker GAL,IRL.Any data on OAKLEIGH
appreciated.), Gary William Oakleigh, [email protected], PO Box 5794 Gold
Coast M.C. Australia 9726
O'BRIEN - (Catherine O'BRIEN, born about 1819 in Co. Galway, died January 1889
in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. I have a note that she was from Caltra Parish. She
was married to John GRADY, and their children were Bernard (b. abt. 1845-1847),
Mary (b. 1848) and Bridget (b. Feb -1851), and maybe a daughter named Catherine
who may have died young. Supposedly Catherine came toAmerica alone at first,
working as a servant or nanny for some family. In 1853, John and the children sailed
out of Liverpool, England aboard the S/S Gulnkre and arrived in New Orleans,
Louisiana.), Mark Hill, [email protected], Dallas, Texas, USA
O'BRIEN - (John Francis O'BRIEN, born 31 May 1886 in Claddagh, Galway Ireland.
As we understand from stories passed down that he ran away from home at the age of
13 or 14. He joined the Royal Navy in England around the turn of the century and
worked on the Royal Yacht' Victoria & Albert' until literally walking off the vessel
some years later in Norway. Was present during the putting down of the Boxer
Rebellion in China, however we do not know if he physically took part in the now
famous incident. We understand he had a sister Nora who went to live in America
(unconfirmed). John Francis O'BRIEN married here in Australia 27th April 1916 we
believe he entered Australia during 1914. His parents names show on his marriage
certificate as Father: Martin O'BRIEN and Mother: Kate (nee) CONNELLY.), Faye &
Wayne O'Brien, [email protected]
O'BRIEN - (Looking for information on John CARRIGG and his wife Bridget
HINES who were raising a family in Gort, Galway sometime from the 1790s to the
early 1800s. Bridget had another marriage to a Mr O'BRIEN (first name unknown).
There were three known CARRIGG children born to John and Bridget (1) William
Hines CARRIGG, born 1800, (2) Eleanor/Ellen CARRIGG who married James
LYNCH and Annie CARRIGG. These three children all immigrated to Australia and
settled in Gundagai, NSW. Bridget had three known O'Brien children (1) Edward
Hines O'BRIEN who also settled in Gundagai, NSW (2) Mary Ann O'BRIEN who
was a nun in a convent at Gort, Galway in 1855 and (3) another brother, name
unknown, who stayed in Ireland and raised a large family. This family may have had
connections to County Clare.), Marcia McIntyre, [email protected]
O'BRIEN - (The O'BRIEN family who lived either in Athenry or Turloughmore area.
Large family with unknown parents names but many children. Mary O'BRIEN
married to Peter DEVANEY moved to America. Kate O'BRIEN b: Abt 1869 d:
March 23, 1918 in Turlaughmore married to Thomas MITCHELL b: 1870 d: 1950 in
Turlaughmore. Margaret O'BRIEN b: Abt 1880 married to a KELLY and lived in
New Jersey. Ellen O'BRIEN was married to a GILL and lived in Boston Area. John
O'BRIEN, Patrick O'BRIEN, a daughter married to a Jordan, a daughter married to a
COAN with child Margaret COAN who married a Murray MaCLEOD and lived in
Massachusetts. Supposedly there were 16 children total.), Brian McDevitt,
[email protected],, Massachusetts,
Mississippi USA
O'BRIEN, Co. Galway (maybe Town of Ballinasloe.), About 1865 +/- 15 years,.
Daniel O'BRIEN who married Mary CUNNINGHAM. They had 3 daughters that I
know of: (1) Mary O'BRIEN who married James RYAN (married about 1900); raised
their 9 children in Clonfert; (2) Bridget O'BRIEN (1888-1957) who immigrated to
America in 1913 with her sister Katherine; married Martin WATERS in 1920; (3)
Katherine O'BRIEN who immigrated with her sister Bridget to America in 1913;
never married.), [email protected]
O'BRIEN - (Seek a Mary Ann or Ann E. O'BRIEN who married a Daniel MADDEN
about 1820 in Ireland. Several of their children emigrated to Philadelphia about 1849
with an O'BRIEN caretaker. The children were John MADDEN b. 1823, James
MADDEN b. 1834 and Mary MADDEN b. 1840. James Madden stayed with a James
and Bridget O'Brien who were born about 1800-05. The O'BRIENs lost their son John
in Phila. from a gunshot in 1855 at age 21. James O'BRIEN may have been the
brother of Daniel MADDEN's wife, Ann E., or his own wife may have been a Bridget
MADDEN.), Chris Madden, [email protected]
O'BRIEN - (Joseph Michael O'BRIEN born 22/05/1904 in Galway Ireland. Father's
name was Michael O'Brien a soldier andMother's name was Mary Comer. According
to limited family knowledge Joseph left Ireland (possibly as a small child), to go live
with an uncle in England and eventually ended up in Australia when he was
approximately 14 years of age.), Mrs S G McLachlan,
sgmclachlan[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail
O'BRIEN - (Ellen O'BRIEN Married 14 Jul.1868 at St. Stephens Church, Brisbane,
Queensland aged 24. We have the original Marriage Certificate. Place of Birth is
written as - Killinisdaly, Galway. Parents are John O'BRIEN and Ellen MALONE.
Does anyone know if Killinisdaly existed? Are there any suggestions as to another
interpretation of the place name? The certificate seems to be quite legibly written.),
Elizabeth Davey, [email protected]
O'BRIEN – (I am looking for the parents and siblings of my gr-gm Katherine
(Catherine) O'BRIEN, born May 1855, in Tuam, County Galway. She left Ireland in
1873, and settled in Portland, Maine. She died in 1936.), Robert Keniston,
[email protected]
O'BRIEN – (Patrick O'BRIEN, married Bridget (surname unknown) before 1941.
They had 9 children, two of which were Anthony Gabriel (born 20th July 1941) and
Mary. I do not know the names of the others.), [email protected]
O'CALLAGHAN - (Matthew O'CALLAGHAN Born Approx 1840 Spouse Mary
McGEE. Patrick O'CALLAGHAN 1800, Spouse Mary ARTHUR.), Maryanne
O'Callaghan, [email protected]
O'CARROLL - (I'm trying to find an O'CARROLL who possibly left Galway in the
1930's for Australia. At this point in time we don't have a christian name, but I feel
there can't be that many. We don't even know how he got to Australia (paid or work
passage). My father was born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in 1938. I don't know if
that helps. Any information at all would be a step up from what we have now. If you
do find something, address the subject line as- O'Carroll/Galway), Martin O'Carroll,
[email protected]
O'CONNELL - (Bernard (Brian) O'CONNELL born 1777/78 in Renville, Parish of
Oranmore, County Galway, Ireland, died on Feb. 1, 1869 in Mitchell, Sheboygan
County, Wisconsin. He had the following children: Bernard, died Dec. 12, 1900 in
Montpelier, Vermont; John born 1821/25, died January 28, 1896 in Mitchell,
Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, married Mary HERATY.; James born 1825; Thomas
born abt 1838, died July 1, 1862 in Mitchell, Sheboygan Co., Wi. ), Dick/Kay
Reitberger, [email protected]
O'CONNELL - (Seeking information on John O'CONNELL, b ca 1825, location
unknown, son of Jeremiah O'CONNELL and Bridget ??. Emigrated to Lawrence MA
ca 1848, married Mary HORAN in Lawrence in 1850, and settled in Andover MA.
They had eight children including Bridget (Abercrombie), Charles, William, John A.,
David, Arthur, George and Mary Jane (WARDEN). Died in Andover MA in 1896.),
BJO, [email protected]
O'CONNELL - (Mary O'CONNELL born March 1875. Parents: Michael
O'CONNELL and Elizabeth VEALY.), II McDonald, [email protected]
O'CONNELL - (This is the first time I have found both surnames of my married
great great grandparents on one Irish site. His name was Daniel O'CONNELL, born
about 1837, all I know is in Ireland. She was Annie CLARKE, born about 1841, in
Ireland. Her parents were James and Margaret CLARKE. She may have had a brother
named James also, who came to the US. They married in NYC in 1859; I have the
family Bible that began with their marriage. They lived the rest of their days in NYC.
Annie died at 52 in 1893; Daniel died at 61 in 1898. I do not know where they were
from in Ireland, and this may be a long shot, but it is the first site that shows both last
names.), Barbara, [email protected]
O'CONNELL or CONNELL - (Seeking family origins, etc. in Rylanes, Clare (NW
of Tulla) of James P. O'CONNELL (d. 1852) and wife Kate McINERNY. Children
were: Patrick, Michael, James, Daniel, Cornelius, Mary (NAUGHTEN), Margaret
(NAUGHTEN), Charles and Bernard. Bernard migrated to the U.S. about 1850 to
NYC & Phila. (b. 1824-d.1886). He married Emma BYRNES ca. 1848. Cousin Patt
CONNELL migrated to Brenham, Texas ca. 1860.), [email protected]
O'CONNOR - - (Family from Ahascragh, Son John b 1863 married Brigid EGAN
also from Ahascragh and emigrated to New York City where they had 2 children:
Brigid and John (1891 and 1893). The family were cousins of the DUNN, SOLAN
and CALLANAN families. Any information welcome.), John Gill, Yonkers, N.Y.,
[email protected]
O'CONNOR, Ballymo, near Galway-Roscommon border, near Charlestown, before
1915, [email protected]
O'CONNOR - (Matthew O'CONNOR born Galway on 17 March 1840. Born on
banks of Shannon? Married in NZ in 1886. Came to Melbourne, Australia. Father
Michael O'CONNOR, Farmer of Galway and mother Bridget TAYLOR.), John
Hosie, [email protected], Victoria, Australia
O'CONNOR - (I'm searching for information on my mother's mother, Mary Ellen
O'CONNOR. Her parents came over from Galway to the US and settled in
Connecticut. I believe my grandmother's father was Charles O'CONNOR, who
married Johanna O'REILLY in Galway. My mother, Jennifer Lee O'SHANNON, was
born in 1921.), Don Juan Cardoza, [email protected], My website for the
O'CONNOR name is:
O'CONNOR - (I am looking for any information on Patrick O'CONNOR and
Margaret (GILMORE) O'CONNOR. They had at least two daughters, Catherine
Mary, born about 1884 in Tuam. Catherine immigrated to New York on September
11, 1901, departing Queenstown on the ship, Oceanic. She listed her contact person in
New York as her sister (which would be older), Margaret. I do not know anything
about this listing - on the manifest she listed Boaffa as her residence. I do not know
what, if anything, this means.), Sharon Dugan, [email protected]
O'CONOR - (Julia O' CONOR and Thomas FEENEY were my G/G/G Grandparents.
They are from possibly the Spiddal Galway Ireland area. Their son, Patrick FEENEY,
and his wife, Catherine CLANCY were my G/G Grands, who imigrated to Maryland
USA abt 1866.), Maureen Moore, [email protected],
O'CONNOR – (Looking for information on my great great grandfather Matthew
O'CONNOR born roughly May 1828 or 1829 in county Galway Ireland. Son of M
O'CONNOR and Horena KING. Immigrated to United States. Any information
would be appreciated.), Paul B, [email protected]
O'DEA - (Patrick O'DEA est. 1867-1910, Wife Margaret CAVANAUGH est. 18791910 are my great grandparents. Both were born in Galway, presumably in southwestern Galway.), Thomas F. Sullivan, [email protected]
O'DEA - (Edmond O'DEA b. Annaghdown 1786, parents unknown m. Bridget
COEN 1818, emigrated to US 1849, d.1863 MA. Children: Michael b. 1819, d. 1869
CA; Edmond b. 1822, d. 1885 MA; Patrick b. 1827, d. 1869 CT; Mary b. 1827, d.
1849 MA; Catherine b.1828, d. 1904 MA; Dennis b. 1832, d. 1898 CA; Bridget b.
1837, d. 1924 CA) Annaghdown, 1750-present, Edward J. O'Day, [email protected],, 162 Misty Lake Drive Murphysboro, IL 62966, USA
O'DEA - (Cecily O'DEA, married Michael O'DONOGHUE/DONOGHUE in 1842.),
Clarenbridge, Oranmore, County Galway, 1800s to present, Bob Liddell,
[email protected]
O'DEA - (Bridget O'DEA born about 1863 at Ballyburke Townland at top of Taylors
Hill area of Galway city. Her spouse was Samuel Forde and they raised a family of
ten in Galway. Refer Forde listing for full details. Bridget died 1945 and is buried in
an unmarked grave at Rahoon Rd cemetery. ), Eric Halpin, [email protected]
ODONNELL, Gort, Rindifin, Knockalawrence, 1830 onwards, A.J.Odonnell,
[email protected], P.O.Box 13850 Armagh ChristChurch 8031 NEW ZEALAND
O'DONNELL - (Searching for information on descendants of Bartly and Anne
(Ridge) O'DONNELL, married at St. Mary's, Carna Parish, Co. Galway in 1862.
Their eight children were born and baptized in Rusheenamanagh. Bartly died in Co.
Galway; Anne and children immigrated to the US (St. Paul, MN) around 1890.),
Jenny Tenlen, [email protected],
O'DONNELL - (William H. b. 1862 in Galway. Parents unknown. Emmigrated to
the BOSTON 1871. m. Margaret E. CORCORAN. lived in Somerville, MA.), Ray,
Colleen, and/or Kevin Smith, [email protected]
O'DONNELL - (Martin O'DONNELL, b.1820-1821, Oghil, Inishmor, Aran Islands,
Galway. His daughter was Winifred O'DONNELL, cir. 1850, also Oghil--married
Bryan KILMARTIN and raised family in Kilronan, Inishmor,Aran Is.), Barbara
Heaton Renton, Wa.USA, [email protected]
O'DONNELL - (Sabina b. 1 Jan 1843; d. 16 Jul 1876; father: John Joseph
O'DONNELL; mother: Bridget CALLAHAN; siblings: Mary, John Joseph, Patrick,
Ellen, Bridget, James), (Born Co. Galway, immigrated to USA, settling in Nashville,
TN; m. Robert Emmett Sutherland, Sr. on 22 Aug 1860), 1800's, Mary Nell Snoddy,
[email protected], 2922 Primrose Circle, Nashville TN 37212
O'DONNELL, of Aran Inishmore, Kilronan area - (Winifred O'DONNELL married a
Brian KILMARTIN believed to be of Cty Clare, had several children and remained on
Aran.), Sue, [email protected]
O'DONNELL - (I am interested in knowing more about my great-great grandfather
Stephen O'DONNELL and his wife Catherine (Kate) RYAN having children in the
Rahoon area of Galway around 1853-58. What happened to the children and their
descendants (apart from my great-grandfather Pete who I know about) and how many
there were (I know of four but hear there were far more). I'd be glad to hear from any
descendants.), Alison O'Donnell (Brower), [email protected], rue de la
Herse 37 Watermael-Boitsfort 1170 Brussels Belgium
O'DONNELL, Farmers in Tuam Co. GALWAY, circa 1850 and after, Margaret
Reardon, [email protected]
O'DONNELL - (John O'DONNELL b: 1847 Ireland m: January 14, 1877 Roman
Catholic Parish of Ballynafad to Bridget JOYCE b: 1854), Sharon Ridge
[email protected] or [email protected]
O'DONNELL - (Michael O'DONNELL married Margaret McCORMACK and had a
daughter Catherine born 1849. Moved to Australia, Ballarat, Victoria. Catherine
married Daniel SHEAHAN 1870 in Victoria.), Robert Evans,
[email protected]
O'DONNELL - From my fathers notes I understand that my grandmothers people
were land owners in Ballygar. all I have is a last name of O'DONNELL who
emigrated to the US my grandmother Mary Lillian O'DONNELL was born in 1900 in
Dorchester Massachusetts and married my grandfather Joseph Bruce (Bruce J)
LUNNIN. Her mothers name was Mary A (last name unknown) but I can't seem to
find who she was married to. She was born in Ireland in 1862/3. If you have any
information it would be greatly appreciated.), Rita Travis, [email protected]
Apr 1825, Moyrus, Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland. Witnessed by: John COOKE,
Brid EARLS. Contact from anyone with knowledge of this couple would be
appreciated.), Diane Brennan, [email protected]
O'DONOGHUE (DONOGHUE), Clarenbridge, Oranmore, Co. Galway, 1800's to
present, (Michael O'DONOGHUE/DONOGHUE married Cecily O'DEA in 1842),
Bob Liddell, [email protected]
ODONOHUE - (Michael ODONOHUE married Mariah MOLONEY Died New
York USA date unknown. Daughters Catherine 1843 Annie 1844 Maria 1846 Bridget
1847. Believe born at Ballamana Lodge, which could be Ballinamana, Clarenbridge,
Galway.), J. Pauline Ruse, [email protected], 2/88 Canterbury Road, Heathmont,
Victoria 3135 Australia
O'DOWD - See also DOWD
O'DOWD /DOWD - (James Patrick O'DOWD born in Ballyhale, Headford, County
Galway on April 19, 1909. He emigrated to Boston , Massachusetts in 1927, later
moved to Chicago. His aunt, Mary MACK (nee O'DOWD) c.1875-c.1848 was living
in the Dorchester section of Boston when he arrived. He married Mary Margaret
HEALY of Ballindine, County Mayo in 1936. His father was James O'DOWD (18711940) born Cahernabruck, Shrule, the eldest of 4 children. His mother was Brigid
(Mary?) MONAGHAN born at Browns Island ca 1875. Upon the death of Brigid
MONAGHAN after 1914, James remarried Bridgit KELLEGHAN (1887-1965). They
had seven more children. Jame's grandfather was also named James O'DOWD. As far
as is known, he also was born at Cahernabruck, Shrule, year of birth unknown, said to
have died young. He married Julia McDONAGH and had 4 children), James (Jim)
Dowd, [email protected], 38W281 Toms Trail Drive, St. Charles, IL 60175,
O'DOWD/DOWD - (Patrick DOWD/O'DOWD (great maternal grandfather) born c.
1833 in Clifden, Galway. Father's name is James O'DOWD/DOWD and his Mother is
Catherine Davis. Married Mary Keady 1861 in Clifden. Known children: Patrick.
Patrick had one known niece, Winnie in Clifden. Emigrated to Canada (Renfrew
town, Ontario c. 1882), Garry Dowd, Arnprior, Ontario, [email protected]
O'DOWD/DOWD - (Looking for ancestors/siblings of my paternal grandmother,
Honor/Nora DOWD/O'DOWD, born @ 1855 in Ballyhard, Glenamaddy, Galway,
later married Patrick McGUIRE of Moher, Glenamaddy, Galway. Died 1931.),
Adrienne McGuire Hiddleson, [email protected], 210 Westchester Ave.,
Crestwood, NY 10707
County Galway in Ireland. To make things more complicated, she also used the
christian names Agnes and Sarah Ann on documents but was known as Mary
FARRELL when she died. I don't know how best you will be able to show this on the
surname list. Anyway, her father's name on documents was recorded as Brian and also
Bernard FARRELL. Mary FARRELL sailed to South Australia in 1854. Her two
sisters, Catherine born c1840 and Ann born c1830 also emigrated to South Australia.
Mary was listed on the shipping list as a domestic servant. Mary FARRELL married
William RICHARDSON at the Star of the Sea Catholic church in Wallaroo, South
Australia in 1864. The three sisters are buried side by side in the Catholic section of
the Wallaroo cemetery. As you can imagine, there are many descendants in South
Australia, today.), Joy Broughton, [email protected]
Galway city and Claddagh, student at the Piscatory National School? in the 1850's.
There she met John RYAN (headmaster) who she later married (Brother's name
Edward). I have been unable to document her birth or marriage after extensive
research of the areas and those in close proximity covering the years 1830's through
the 1850's), Nancy Ryan, [email protected]
O'FLAHERTY - (I am researching family roots for my father, Edward (Ted)
O'FLAHERTY,born in the Claddagh section on August 24th, 1899. I have birth and
marriage records for before this date and after. I would especially like to correspond
via email with living relatives. I know of one first cousin - Louisa CURRAN who is
the daughter of my Uncle Christopher. I have a snail mail address for her, but was
wondering if any other family members have access to email and would like to write
to me. . I'm particularly interested in tracing relatives living and deceased from the
Fiar Hill section of Galway.), Bridget Haggerty, [email protected], 5670
Meryton Place Cincinnati, Ohio 45224 USA
O'FLAHERTY, Taum, Co. Galway, Ireland, (Great-great Grandfather Patrick
Tracey O'FLAHERTY emigrated to USA in 1846. I am interested in anyone who
would know of any descendants of his siblings.), Kathleen O'Flaherty Butz,
[email protected], 8658 River Lane Kingston, IL 60145
O'FLAHERTY/FLAHERTY, Parish Kilcummin, Oughterard. Co Galway, 1850 to
present, (Any O'FLAHERTY from the Connemara area. Cummin born in Camus. Son
Bartley died in 1940. m. Mary JOYCE. Daughter Norah died age 104 in Camus area.
Any info really appreciated.), Janet O'Flaherty, [email protected]
O'FLAHERTY or O'LAVERTY (Now LAFFERTY), Galway & Tyrone Co.,
1750-1890, Sally Guinn, [email protected]
O'FLAHERTY or FLAHERTY - (I am looking for any information on an Adam
O'FLAHERTY or FLAHERTY born approximately March 4th, 1776. Not sure where
he was born. Some information leads to Dublin and some to County Galway. He later
married Harriet LAVINDER in America.), Jim Flaherty, [email protected]
O'FLYNN - (Looking for A Patrick O'FLYNN that may have traveled to St. Croix,
Virgin Islands in the early 1800's. I believe he was born around 1807 to 1820. I
believe he has a son named Robert. Robert had 10 children. Charles Robert Flynn,
Laura Flynn, Joseph Flynn, Arthur, Golda, from 3 different mothers.), Olivia Flynn,
[email protected]
O’FLYNN/FLYNN - (I am researching my maternal Great Grandmother, Bridget
FLYNN (possibly O'FLYNN), born in GALWAY circa 1853. She moved with her
parents and siblings to BIRMINGHAM, England and later married Henry Francis
WESTBURY. I seek to trace her ancestry in Galway.), Robert Spiers,
[email protected]
OGHIL - (I am looking for the name of OGHIL in Ireland. In fact Mr. Augustine
OGHIL (Captain OGHIL) emigrated in 1750 about in Italy and I am a descendant of
him. Now I try to find other peoples in Ireland whose name is OGHIL.), Massimo
Buratti, Via Re 1, 13816 Miagliano (BI) Italy, [email protected]
O'GRADY - (Michael O'GRADY m. Bridget LANE raised three sons and a daughter
in Athenry/Oranmore and emigrated to NZ in 1874. I am researching their
antecedants in Galway.), Lochrea, County Galway, Ireland, John O'Grady,
[email protected]
O'GRADY - (Looking for parents of Thomas, Katherine Marcello,and other siblings
to NY, Boston, USA in early 1850's, from Colemanstown or perhaps a Licklea Mill
area. Katherine/Catherine mar. Martin Lynskey from Athenry in US and settled in
VA. Thomas raised his family in Boston which included a dau. Sister/Mother Mary
Immuculata, who founded a girls school in Troy, NY.), James E. Biller,
[email protected]
O'GRADY - (My GGGrandad was Denis O'GRADY (Probably from Co. Connaught)
married Catherine VYE. They had Martin O'GRADY and most likely other children.
Martin was born abt. 1838, in Ireland. Somehow he came to Canada and wed Mary
KEEGAN, who was also born in Ireland to Patrick KEEGAN and Mary KEEGAN
(FLANAGAN). Martin and Mary settled in Hamilton, raised six kids and they are all
buried here. There is a fellow in Ottawa, Ontario, who has started an O'GRADY
Network; he is Preston O'Grady and can be found at [email protected] He has a
list of many O'Grady families who settled in the Ottawa valley.), Roy O'Grady,
[email protected], Hamilton, Ontario Canada
O'GRADY - John O'GRADY married to Margaret DARCY married in
Killeenadeema in 1870, John passed in Loughrea, Margaret took all but one of her
children to New Jersey. The one child that stayed was Patrick O'GRADY married to
Mary MORAN, he passed on in 1917 in Loughrea.) Also looking for information on
Mary WALSH who married John O'GRADY, he was from Loughrea and she was
from Kenmare in Kerry Co. They were married in New Jersey USA. Mary WALSH's
parents were Florence WALSH and Catherine CRONIN, Married in 1873 in
Killarney. Any info would be helpful.), Rosie O'Grady/Tombyll,
[email protected]
O'HAGAN - (My g.g. grandfather's parents were William O'HAGAN and Sarah
DOOLEY), Loughrea, Co. Galway, pre 1840, Leonie Foley,
[email protected], 7 Kennedy Close, Cooranbong, NSW 2265 Australia
O'HAGAN - (My g. grandmother Maria Gabrielle O'HAGAN born Loughrea Co.
Galway 1841, father William O'HAGAN mother Sarah DOOLEY. Maria married
William CHRISTIE in 1866 and died Bairnsdale, Victoria, Australia 1893. Maria had
siblings Ann, Celia, Margaret and John.), Ruth Chancellor, [email protected],
1 Pioneer Way, Kilsyth 3137 Vic. Australia.
O'HALLORAN - (Marion KIRNAN who married John GAVIN in New York (my
grandparents) Marion's grandparents were John KIRNAN and Mary O'HALLORAN
(Parents of 22 children) John and Mary may also be from Galway), James Gavin
Consiglio, [email protected]
O'HALLORAN - (John O'HALLORAN father of Michael, John, Patrick and
Thomas.Circa 1800 to 1866. County Galway. I've been given a couple of locations
from my Aunt and am sure the spellings are wrong but "InChlnogrow" could be
"Chlnogrow" and "Faekle" .I think Michael O'HALLORAN was born in a log row in
September 1, 1844 and came to the United States in 1877. His father (John) married
Mary CONNORS (maybe CONNERS) in 1825.), [email protected], Charlie
O'Halloran Beckman
O'HALLORAN/HALLORAN, Galway (Tuam area), 1850 & earlier, (Searching for
info on Mary WALSH, married Michael O'HALLORAN, their son, Peter, was born
circa 1851 in Tuam.), Pat Rushing-Hayes, [email protected] or
[email protected], 5935 Galli Lane Collinsville, IL 62234, USA
O'HALLORAN/HALLORAN - (Patrick O'HALLORAN, spouse of Hannah
HICKEY (b c1840) of County Galway. Daughters, Bridget (b c1863/5) emigrated to
South Australia c1882 and married Joseph Ambrose SMITH in 1887, and Mary, (b
c1868) emigrated to South Australia c 1884 and married James Joseph DONOVAN
from County Cork. Any information would assist Mary's grandson.), Peter Donovan,
[email protected]
(O)HALLORAN, From townland of Farnaught (near Maam). (Catherine
O)HALLORAN b 2 Dec 1854 dau of Thomas (O)HALLORAN and Bridget FOX.
One known brother, Thomas b 1858. Catherine married Patrick BUTLER abt 1870.
Their children were Bridget (m. William CONNOLLY), James (m. Mary
SPELLMAN), Sarah (m. Harry ANDREWS), Mary and Winifred, all born in
Cluggam, a townland near Farnaught. The family immigrated to Pittsburgh, PA at
various times from 1886 to 1900. Bridget, James and Sarah were married in
Pittsburgh.), Kay Andrews, [email protected]
O'HARA - (Trying to track down any information on my great grandmother Brigette
O'HARA and her family. She was married to Edward GERAGHTY and lived in
Oughterard in the 1900s. She had one son Patrick Joseph GERAGHTY (my
grandfather). She also had 2 stepdaughters May and Nonnie from Edward's first
marriage. Any information on the O'HARA'S or the GERAGHTYs would be
appreciated.), James Buchan, [email protected]
O'HARA – (I would appreciate any help that anyone could give me on finding the
births, parents and siblings of my great grandparents. Joseph O'HARA and Mary
BROWNE who were married in Rahoon County Galway. I found their marriage
certificate on line which does not give their parents names. They were married on the
22/09/1852 and Joseph lived in Munster Lane. The witnesses at the wedding were
William GORMAN and Honor HYNES. They sailed on the ship Australia to New
York arriving 11/11/1852. I would also like to know what it was like living in
Munster Lane in that era. Joseph was born around 1829 and Mary 1831.), Vanessa
Miller, [email protected]
O'HARE - (Bridget or Delia O'HARE, born circa 1868 and was my ggrandmother.
She claimed to have been from Co. Galway. She came to the US alone at age 16,
leaving behind at least 3 brothers. One of the brothers eventually became a policeman
in the Boston area; another brother settled in Oregon; one brother stayed on the family
farm in Galway and died approx. late 1950's. Bridget settled in SW Ohio, working as
a maid for a wealthy family, before marrying John WEBER in 1892. She stayed in
that area until she in 1957. Any info whatsoever most greatly appreciated.), Melissa,
[email protected]
O'HEANU/ HEANU/ HANEY - (Grandfather Craig or Greg born 1897, sister Mary
(married name O'NEIL) born around 1885, brother Martin born 1903 all settled in
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania USA. I believe they were the only ones to come to the USA.
Father- Patrick, Mother Bridgit DAVIS, other siblings unknown. They had a farm in
Letterfrack county Galway,eventually sold to a cousin.), Marge Ellsworth,
[email protected]
O'KEEFE - (My ggrandmother, Nellie Jane O'KEEFE b. 1879 from Galway. I am
looking for her parents names.), Lisa Tomlin, [email protected]
O'KEEFFE – (My Grandfather was Thomas O'KEEFFE of Galway, born1901,
moved to Dublin. MyGrandmother was Kathleen (MULDOWNEY) O'KEEFFE of
Dublin, born 1900. Great Great Grandfather: John O'KEEFFE of Glenamaddy, Co.
Galway, born 1867. Great Great Grandmother: Hannah (MURPHY) of Co. Galway,
born 1875. Great Great Great Grandmother: Mary MURPHY of Co. Galway, born
1857, widowed by 1911 Census and came to live with her daughter Hannah. I'd like
to find out about Mary MUPHY, her maiden name? Her husband? And if Hannah had
any sister? I'd also like to find out more about John O'KEEFFE, his parents and
siblings.), maireadok8[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this email address.
O'KELLIA (became O'KELLEY and later KELLEY), Castle Blakeny Parish, County
Galway at the time was Parish of Gallagh), (David O'KELLIA was born in 1626),
Ray Atkinson, [email protected], [email protected], 635 Lechauweki
Ave #2, Fountain Hill, Pa 18015-4315
"Betsy" OLAUGHLIN arrived in Australia in 1848 aboard the Lady Kennaway. She
was listed as being from Sligo, Galway and was an Irish Famine Orphan who was
born between 1833 and 1837. She married using the name "Margaret O'LOUGHLIN"
but was always known as "Elizabeth" with various spellings of her surname. I cannot
find any information about her background and would appreciate any help!), Pam
Payne, kerriblue[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address.
O'LAVERTY or O'FLAHERTY (Now LAFFERTY), Galway & Tyrone Co.,
1750-1890, Sally Guinn, [email protected]
O'LEARY - (Looking for connections with Anne O'LEARY, my GGM, b. 1846-51
Co. Cork, m. Michael FAHY, farmer, of Cloghalahard, Clarenbridge. Their children
were Bridget, Patrick, Honor, Daniel, Stephen & Michael (twins), James my
grandfather, John and Teresa, all born between 1879 and 1893.), Mary Tipton,
[email protected]
O'MADDEN - (Information on John Butler O'MADDEN of MADDEN's of
Eyrecourt baptised RC Birr 1752.), Alain Loncledeforville,
[email protected],
O'MAILIA - (Barbara O'MAILIA, b. 17 March 1867 in County Galway. Emigrated
to US at age 14, in 1881. Any O'MAILIA family members in Co. Galway before
1867.), Lynne Akers, [email protected]
O'MALIA (O'MALLEY), Galway, Ireland, 1850-1870s, (Ann/Ellen O'MALIA
(O'MALLEY) married. Martin J. HIGGINS in Ire., to N.York, USA 1870s. Child in
N.Y. 1876, to San Francisco, CA by 1880.), Mollie Gainey-Stanley,
[email protected]
O'MALLEY - (Patrick O'MALLEY, born Jan 1, 1851, married Mary O'TOOLE
STUART, widow of Coleman? STUART. Mary O'TOOLE had three children by
Coleman STUART: Coleman, Agnes, Katherine. Then Patrick O'MALLEY and Mary
had four children: Nora, B 1880 in Ireland: Martin, Patrick, born 1890, Katherine and
Margaret, born 1893, my mother. The family and all of the children immigrated to the
United States about 1883 or 1884. They settled in St.Paul, MN, but I don't know
exactly when. My mother was born there, but I don't know the birthplace of Patrick,
Jr. Looking to find out where in Galway they came from, and any relatives who may
not have emigrated and information about The Stuart family and the O'Toole family),
Samuel Cleveland, [email protected], 9581 Bennett Place Eden Prairie, MN
55347, USA
O'MALLEY - (Thomas O'MALLEY b.1820 and Margaret (GEOGHEGAN) b.1830
were married in Clifden Parish, 1859. 4 children (1860-1867) before emigration to
N.B., Canada: 2 girls in Clifden, 2 boys in Ballyconneely. Looking for birth places,
siblings and parents of Thomas and Margaret?), Judy O'Malley,
[email protected], 1031 B Avenue, Edmonds, Washington 98020, USA.
O'MALLEY, Galway, 1930s - present, (Seeking info. pertaining to the family of Dr.
Michael J. O'MALLEY and his wife, Chris Ryan of Galway. He was Professor of
Surgery in University College in Galway. She was also a teacher. She is one of the
"RYAN Dynasty" a very dynamic family of 12 children from Tomcoole, Co.
Wexford.), Joni Leffler, [email protected]
O'MARA (O'MEARA) - (I'm looking for information on the O'MARA (O'MEARA)
and or LALLY family. I have information that a Patrick O'MARA (b: unk in IRE)
married a Catherine LALLY b: 1801 in IRE d: 1895 Rocki Island County, ILL).
Patrick died on the boat voyage to America. They had at least 7 children: Bridget b:
about 1830 county Galway IRE d: 1900 Rock Island County, IL +married Michael
KELLY (b about 1825 Galway County, IRE d: 25 Jul 1881 in Rock Island County,
ILL) in Galway County about 1849 Annie, Kate, Michael died in US Civil War,
Patrick b: 02 Aug 1848 IRE d: 1889 Rock Island County, IL Drummer boy in Civil
War, County District Attorney in Rock Island County, IL Stephen, John died in US
Civil War. Any help on Patrick or Catherine’s past, along with filling in the gaps on
the children would be appreciated.), Mark Allen (Normoyle) Michalski,
[email protected]
emigrated to South Boston MA before 1881. Lived in Boston on Ewer St, Gustin St
and Woodward St worked as a laborer. He married Catherine Galvin-MULKERN.
They had at least four children: Mary Ann b.?, John Thomas b.1881, James Joseph b.
1884 and Catherine Agnes b. 1887), Galway, Sandy Mulkern-Kolosey,
[email protected]
Judith Mullally Boatman, [email protected], 902 W. Austin Drive, Peoria, Illinois,
USA, 61614-4222
O’NEIL (O’NEILL) – (Martin O’NEIL (born between 1800 & 1805) married
Winifred (GARVEY) in abt 1823/4 in the Annaghdown area of Galway & had the
following children- Ann (b.1825), Thomas (b.1829), Mary (b.1831) & Michael
(b.1833) & possibly others by names of Patrick & Martin. All were farm labourers or
shepherds & Michael, whilst reaping hay in Dinnington in Yorkshire , England , in
December 1855, was convicted of cutting & wounding & sentenced to 15 years &
transported to Western Australia . Seeking family history details such as accurate
dates & places of birth of all siblings & parents.), Vince O’Neill, [email protected]
O'NEILL - (I am interested in information about the parents of Patrick O'NEILL and
his wife Anne LYDEN. They were born about 1842. They were married 17 October
1874 in Clifden, Ireland. They both died in Clifden. Patrick had a brother Thomas
who died in Ireland in 1900. I have a marriage record for Patrick and Anne from the
Roman Catholic Chapel in Clifden. Both ages are listed as 28. Her father is Thomas
LYDEN - a shopkeeper. His father is Thomas - a farmer. Witnesses are Francis
LYDEN and Michael O'NEILL. Patrick and Anne had several children - Mary Agnes,
Thomas, Michael, Annie, Pakie.), William Crawford, [email protected]
O'NEILL - (I am trying to find any information on a Michael CLANCY and Ellen
O'NEILL. Michael was born about 1831 in Limerick, Ireland, and Ellen O'NEILL was
born about 1833. They married and left for Australia arriving in 1855 on the Warren
Hastings, which landed in Port Adelaide. At the time Michael stated his occupation as
a Plumber. They brought out two children with them, Cath born about 1854 and
Patrick born about 1855. That is virtually all I know of this couple prior to their living
in South Australia. Ellen died in 1873 at the age of 39 and Michael remarried a Mary
VOS in 1874, and he died in 1886.) Jenni Cotton, [email protected]
O'NEILL - (I am trying to trace some O'NEILL's that left Beaugha Tuam in or
around 1850s and 1890s. My late father believed that they may have settled in
Kentucky. I would be glad for any information relating to this branch of the
O'NEILLs. Their name may have been spelt O'NEAL.), Andrew O'Neill,
[email protected]
O'NEILL - (My grandfather, Michael Joyce O'NEILL, was born in a town called
Maam, in Galway, in 1878. He came to the USA with his parents about 1885. My son
will be in Galway touring in a few weeks. Is the town/village of Maam still in
existence? Any advice would be appreciated greatly.), Barbara Murphy,
[email protected]
O’NEILL – (Looking for information on Margaret O’NEILL born around 1795 in
Glen Arm, Antrim, Northern Ireland. Married James HOOD in 1814 and arrived in
Australia in 1853. Know nothing about her parents or other siblings.), Sue Ryan,
[email protected]
O'RAFFERTY – (Looking for information on Dominick O'RAFFERTY married to
Mary O'CONNOR. Their son John Joseph O'RAFFERTY was born in Dunmore,
Galway in 1830 and later ended up in Australia. I believe the O'CONNOR's still have
a butcher shop in Dunmore.), Deb, [email protected]
O'REILLY/REILLY - (Margaret REILLY or O'REILLY emigrated after the Famine
from Uachtar Ard, Co. Galway, to U.S. or Canada, probably the former. She returned
later to marry James LARKIN of Co. Down or Louth as his second wife (he was at
one time engine-driver on Newry line), and they had a son and a daughter, James jun.
and Mog? who married in Dublin. There were reportedly two aunts of Margaret's
running a small shop in Uachtar Ard well into 20th century. James jun. married in
1898 or thereabouts and died in Bray, Co. Wicklow, 1949. There is a story that the
parish priest of Uachtar Ard bought the old aunts' shop when it went up for auction.),
Margaret Connolly (Great-Grandaughter of Margaret O'Reilly), [email protected]
ORMSBY - (Frances, born abt 1840-1850, married George ANDERSON, place and
date unkn, children: Mary Ann, b 2 Jul 1870, Iver's Yard, Ballinasloe; John Patrick, b
12 Mar 1872, Iver's Yard, Ballinasloe; Elizabeth, b 28 Sep 1874, Ballinasloe; all
children baptised at St Michael's Church, Ballinasloe. I descend from Mary Ann who
emigrated, apparently alone, in 1894 to Boston, MA, USA), Bobbie Hall,
[email protected],
O'RIELLY - (Owen O'RIELLY married Mary FINN from Oranhill around 1900.
They had a son Philip. Researching for descendants.), Jack Keating,
[email protected]
O'ROURKE - (James O'ROURKE was born in Dunmore May 1852 to Thomas and
Catherine (QUINN) O'ROURKE. He left Ireland in 1883 and immigrated to
Chicago,ILL (Cook County). Married Catherine (O'BRIEN) 1885. They had 3 sons.
My grandfather James E., Thomas F. and Robert V. ), Harry F. Wissman,
[email protected]
O'ROURKE - (I am trying to find information concerning my great-great
grandparents, who I have discovered, came from County Galway in the 1850's to
Upper Canada. They settled in the Huron County, and obtained land from the Canada
Company. I believe they both died shortly after arriving in Canada. Michael
O'ROURKE, married to Bridget ROACH. Children: Thomas O'ROURKE b 1835
married to Ann HUGHES, Catharine O'ROURKE b 1829, William O'ROURKE b
1838, John O'ROURKE b?, Michael O'ROURKE b ?), [email protected]
O'SHANNASSEY/O'SHAUGHNASSY, Athenry, any, Debra Carmichael,
[email protected]
O'SHANNASSY - (John Martin O'SHANNASSY (any spelling) born Ballinrobe (or
similar) County Mayo aboutt 1820. Migrated to Australia and settled at Geelong in
Victoria. In 1854 he married Mary Ann SIDELL.), Maggie Bain, PO Box 136,
Seaford, Victoria. Australia, [email protected]
OSHANNASSY - (John Martin OSHANNASSY born Ballinrobe, County Mayo?
1820. Migrated to Victoria Australia? And married in Melbourne 1854. Any contacts
re Ballinrobe welcome.), Judith Robbins, [email protected], P.O. Box 1134
Mildura 3502 Victoria Australia.
O’SHANNESSY – (Looking for information on Julia O’SHANNESSY (could be any
spelling) who married James or John RYAN not sure when. They had a son Thomas
born around 1833 in Templemore Tipperary. Thomas arrived in Australia around
1840 and I presume that James and Julia came with him. Looking for information on
Julia’s parents and any siblings.), Sue Ryan, [email protected]
Woodford area of Galway, Ireland. His family was sponsored to Australia by his
wife's brother, Richard CONROY. John and his family arrived at Point Henry,
Geelong, Victoria, Australia on the "City of Manchester" 11 JUL 1854 at the age of
48, Parents listed as Michael O'SHAUGHNESSY and Mary BRODERICK. Married
Bridget Conroy 1836 Galway. There are 4 children listed arriving including my Great
Grandmother Mary Ellen O'SHANNESSY born 1840. I would like to hear from any
Relatives and would also ask of what RC Churches would have been in Woodford at
this Time.), Kevin Egan, [email protected]
O'SHANNON - (I'm searching for information on my mother's father, John Patrick
O'SHANNON (aka Sean Padraic O'SHAUGHNESSY). His parents came over from
Galway to the US and settled in Connecticut. My mother, Jennifer Lee O'SHANNON,
was born in 1921.), Don Juan Cardoza, [email protected], My website for
the O'SHANNON name is:
O'SHAUGHNESSY, Anywhere, Any Time, Bill Shaughnessy, [email protected]
O'SHAUGHNESSY - (I am trying to find information on my great grandfather
Michael Patrick O'SHAUGHNESSY. We think he was born on Christmas day 1896
possibly in Tuam, Co. Galway and suspect his mother's first name was Julie. We
know he moved to Belfast sometime around 1920 what we don't know is what
happened before then such as where he lived, what he did, who his parents were, and
did he have any siblings. If you can help please contact me so I can inform my
grandmother, his daughter who is very anxious to know his past.), Matthew Conway,
[email protected]
O'SULLIVAN, Margaret O'SULLIVAN, Beagh, Kilconly, Co Galway, 1890 to 95,
Kevin Keeley, [email protected], 6 Amanda Drive, Louth, Lincolnshire,
England, LN11 0AZ
O'TOOLE - Bridget, Galway, (married to John KING, died in childbirth with son,
Martin in 1836. Also had son, Edward), Pat Trecker, [email protected] [This email address is out of date]
O'TOOLE Any, Galway, 1800's, Pat Trecker, [email protected]
O'TOOLE - (Joseph (Josey) O'TOOLE b. 1877, son of Mary Ann MITTON and
Thomas O'TOOLE, grandson of Brian O'TOOLE, immigrated to US about 1902.
Family lives Cashel & Roundstone area of Galway.), Pat O'Toole, Pittsburgh, PA,
USA, [email protected]
O'TOOLE - (Patrick O'MALLEY b. Jan 1, 1851, Galway married to Mary O'TOOLE
STUART prob 1870's late. Emigrated to US about 1883-84. One child of this
marriage born in Ireland, Nora 1880, three others after migration. Would like to know
of ancestry of Patrick and any siblings), Samuel Cleveland, [email protected],
9581 Bennett Place Eden Prairie, MN 55347, USA
O'TOOLE - (Patrick and Catherine with children Maria and John, migrated to US in
1848, from west Galway, Killursa Parish (eaatern shore Loch Corrib, near Co. Mayo
border). Desire any info on family prior to 1848.), Richard F. Bidwell,
[email protected]
O'TOOLE - (Looking for information on John MITCHELL married to Bridgett
HIGGINS. John and Bridgett were my Great-grandfather Patrick's parents. Patrick
was born in Galway in approximately 1866. Patrick immigrated to Newton, MA
during the late 1880s/early 90s. He married Bridgett O'TOOLE on March 3, 1897.
They were approximately 34 and 35, respectively. Bridgett's parents were Thomas
and Mary (LEONARD) O'TOOLE also of Co. Galway, Ireland.),
[email protected]
O'TOOLE, Brierfield, Moylough, County Galway, Early 1800's, (Seeking
information on Margaret O'TOOLE of Brierfield, Moylough, County Galway who
married Thomas Joseph KEOGH, possibly of Onagh, Taghmaconnell, County
Roscommon. They had sons called Denis (born circa 1836-38), Patrick and, possibly,
William.), Catherine McCourt, [email protected]
O'TOOLE - (William O'TOOLE born 1873/74, married to Ann WARD. Had three
children - Frank (Francis), William and Hilda. Died 9 March 1929 in Darlington,
England.), Anne Turnbull (nee O'Toole), [email protected]
O'TOOLE - (Looking for information on Winnie O'TOOLE born 1864 in County
Galway. Immigrated to United States approx. between 1883-1886 with small daughter
Delia (father ? FLAHERTY), parents John & Julia (CONNELLY) O'TOOLE &
siblings Mary, Sarah, Michael. Married Mark (aka Matthew) CURRAN in 1886, St.
Paul, MN.), Cynthia Curran, Cyndi1C[NOSPAM] Delete the [NOSPAM]
to use this e-mail address.
O'TOOLE - (I'm trying to locate relatives of Kathleen O'TOOLE. I don't know which
area of Galway she was born. She was born around 1920-1921 and I know she trained
to be a nurse in England.), May O'Toole , [email protected]
O’TOOLE - (Mary Bridget O’TOOLE, b 1859 (townland or parish unknown).
Emigrated abt 1877, to Massachusetts, USA (probably Clinton). Married Joseph
ROOT in abt 1886 and lived in Fitchburg, Mass until her death in 1927. A brother,
John, survived her and was living in Clinton in 1927.), Joseph Root,
[email protected]
OTOOLE/TOOLE, Galway, 1800 to 1850, Sandra Matheson,
[email protected]
O'TOOLE/TOOLE/TOLAN – (My Grandmother, Hannah O'TOOLE, was born on
Omey Island, near Clifden, around 1860. She may also have been known as Hannah
or Honore TOLAN, possibly even TOOLE. I would like to know names of parents
and siblings. I believe her father remarried after death of Hannah's mother and would
like to know of half siblings from that union. Hannah moved at an early age (teen?) to
area of Alexandria, Scotland and lived there with an older sister (Possibly Mrs.
HENRY?). Lore is that she did not like her step-mother and needed to be placed
elsewhere. In 1882 she married John MCGUINESS (MCGINNESS, MCGINNIS
[finally, in U.S.]) They had 8 children: Denis, 1883; Mary, c. 1885, Margery
(Marjory, Madge) c. 1887; John, [Sonny] c. 1889; Charles, 1891; Agnes, c. 1894;
Joseph, 1896, & Ambrose, (Babe) 1900. Denis, Mary & Madge were born in
Hannah's husband, John, emigrated to the U.S. in 1887 and by 1889 (?) was located in
Rock island, Illinois, where the five youngest children were born. Hannah and her
three eldest children followed, apparently by 1888/89. John, also of unknown age and
birth date was from Donegal, in Straleel, near Kilcar (His mother was, apparently, a
DOHERTY - name unknown). Would also like to know his parents & siblings. John
died in Rock Island in 1925 or 1926 and Hannah died there in 1941.), Dan McGinnis,
Valparaiso, Indiana, 219-465-5615, [email protected]
OUSELEY - (My ancestor was the quartermaster Robinet of the 5th Dragoons. He
was mentioned in several books regarding Mr OUSELEY of Dunmore, Galway. He
coverted him to the Methodist faith. Are there any memoirs of Gideon OUSELEY or
any mention on my ancestor in 1791-1791?), Bill Robinette, [email protected]
OUSELEY - Biography of Gideon Ouseley,
OUSELEY - (I am looking for any information about a James OUSELEY b. 1730/31
in Ireland and who immigrated to America. I believe he is the earliest OUSELEY in
my lineage to come to America. If I can connect him to my ancestors in North and
South Carolina, then I can fill in the missing links. I have all of James's ancestors, but
not his descendants or any other information on him. The next OUSLEY (spelling
changed) is a James in SC born 1795. I have all the facts about that James and his life
and descendants all the way down to me. I am missing the men between the two
James.), Nicole Ousley Baker, [email protected]
OWNES - (I am trying to research the family history for my mother-in-law who's
Grandfather originated from county Galway in the late 1800's. His name was John
OWNES (correct spelling and not OWENS) and he was born on the 3rd February
1872 in the village of Glenamaddy. His parents were Patrick and Mary OWNES. No
other details as yet discovered. My wife and sister, together with their mother, are due
to visit the area of Glenamaddy in July 2005 for a few days and would appreciate any
information that we can find.), Steve Stevenson, [email protected]
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