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To submit entries go to http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlgalway/galway.htm Page last updated Thursday, 11 October 2012 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 Ireland. These surnames are listed with their researchers' e-mail or postal addresses to assist in making connections with researchers with similar interests. Select a letter below to go directly to entries starting with that letter. Remember with most browsers you can search using Edit and Find. To send e-mail to the submitter, select the given e-mail address. Where no e-mail address is given please write to the postal address.

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LAHEEN ­ (Researching any information on the Laheen surname pre 1840's in Co Galway and Co Clare.), David Laheen, [email protected] LAHIFF/LAHIFFE - (LAHIFF/LAHIFFE of Gort House and Cloone family tree to 1750 available if any information is available prior to 1750 I am looking for same.), Dermot Lahiff, [email protected] LAHY - See LEAHY LAHY/LEAHY - (Have information on family of LAHY, address, Derrygoolin, Whitegate, Co. Clare. Their mailing address is Co. Clare because Derrygoolin is close to Whitegate in Co. Clare, but I had to obtain the family records from East Galway because Derrygoolin is in Co. Galway. (Simple enough) Also this branch of Lahy spelled their name LEAHY in America. My wife's' mother came to USA 1903, lived in Dedham with other brothers and sisters, she married Francis CONLON. Her parents were Pat LAHY and Mary KILDEA, m. 22 Feb 1882, Woodford.9 children, have records of some of the children. Also have the record of Denis KILDEA and Ellen KILDEA who had 6 children.), [email protected] LAHY/LEAHY - (I am Michael John LEAHY son of Joseph LEAHY, who was the son of Michael LEAHY from Derrygoolin, Skenihincha. My Uncle Tommy Left the land to me after he passed in 2004. My father was the only of nine siblings to emigrate to the US in 1962.), [email protected]

LAIGHNASE - (John GREEN(E) and Catherine LAIGHNASE in the parishes of Clonfert and Clontuskert in eastern Galway along the Roscommon border.),1830s and 1840s, Peter Greene, [email protected] LAFFERTY (O'LAVERTY or O'FLAHERTY), Galway & Tyrone Co., 17501890, Sally Guinn, [email protected] LAFFEY ­ (James LAFFEY of Bohan(e) / Clonbur Co. Galway, 1820-1900), Dennis Blake, [email protected], Plymouth, Michigan LALLEY - Patrick LALLEY b. March 20, 1845 in Glenamaddy,,Co Galway. Left Ireland at age 18 in the spring of 1866, sailed the Atlantic and landed in Philadelphia. He settled in the state of Iowa, and married Miss Mary KELLY, who grew up in the same parish as Patrick, in 1878. Patrick was the son of Thomas LALLEY (b. 1808) and Hanora Anna RILEY, also of Glenamaddy. Looking for any information on this family,or relevant history.), Linda Thomas, Tennessee, USA., [email protected] LALLEY/LALLY - (Researching the family of Catherine LALLY, born abt 1839 in Loughrea, Co Galway. Parents were John LALLY, a stonemason, and Mary SMITH. Catherine came to Sydney, Australia aboard the "Mary Ann" in 1857.), [email protected] LALLEY/LALLY - (Researching the family of my gr-grandmother, Catherine (Kate) LALLY born Galway about 1849 and Theresa LALLY born Loughrea about 1863. I think they were step-sisters. Catherine was the daughter of John & Mary Ann (JOYCE) LALLY, both born Ireland. Catherine immigrated to the U.S. and married Joseph J. ROSS of Dedham, Massachusetts on April 25, 1872. Theresa was the daughter of Patrick & Mary Ann (JOYCE) LALLY, both born Ireland. Theresa LALLY immigrated to the U.S. and married Howard BLACKBURN of Gloucester, Massachusetts on June 24, 1886. Looking for any information on this family.), Kathy Brown, Massachusetts, USA, kmb1635[NOSPAM] @rcn.com Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address. LALLIE/LALLY - (Mary LALLIE/LALLY born 15 Oct. 1876, County of Galway. Married Patrick RYAN. Had 4 children: John, Edward, Martin & Bridgette. Looking for any information on this family or relevant history.), Renee Kolessar, Pennsylvania, USA, [email protected] LALLY, Any, Lacky, Galway, prior to 1862, Jo Brannelly, [email protected] LALLY - Margaret LALLY (born Lacky c1841, married Michael Brannelly in Athenry and migrated to Australia 1862.), Roman Catholic, Jo Brannelly, [email protected] LALLY - Delia Agnes b.March 23,1881, Tuam Galway, Anne Reeves, [email protected], P.O.Box 847 Morro Bay, Ca. 93442 USA LALLY - (Mike LALLY b circa 1850 m. Margaret HEAV(E)Y and had children Patrick (went to Boston), Tom (went to New York), John m. ?, Delia, Mary m. Matt

LERNAHAN, Kitty m. Tom GREEN from Co. Clare both went to New York, Margaret, Nora m. Jim RYAN, Mike m. Elizabeth BLADE.) Vermount, Menlough, Co. Galway, 1800+, Frank Geary, [email protected] LALLY - (William LALLY born about 1846 in Co Galway, probably Abbeyknockmoy area in Tuam Poor Law Union. Son of John LALLY. Married Catherine MURPHY from same area in 1885.), [email protected] LALLY, Loughrea, Tuam and Ui Maine, 1680 through 1840, John E. MCCabe, [email protected], 3849 Klahanie Dr SE Apt # 6-205 Issaquah, WA 98029 USA LALLY - (Delia Bridget and Nora, sisters, b approx 1872 in Galway. Sailed for Boston in 1885. Delia married Mike CONCANNON in Waltham, Mass. 1888. Looking for information of brothers/parents in Galway and Massachusetts.), Ruth, [email protected] LALLY - (Francis LALLY (b. ca. 1840) was the son of James LALLY (a hatter by trade). He appears on the 1861 Manchester Census and was married at Manchester Cathedral in 1861. His place of birth is merely listed as Ireland. We believe he came from Co. Galway. His family was involved with the Orangemen, so we presume he was Protestant.), Doreen Garlick, [email protected] LALLY - (I am searching for any information about my 2x great grandfather, James LALLY. He was born about 1793/4 in Galway (whether the County or the City, I don't know) and was a sawyer. When Napoleon was sent to St Helena, James joined the 66th Foot and was sent to the island as part of the garrison guarding him. On Napoleon's death, the island reverted to the East India Company, and James joined the St Helena Regiment. This information was gathered at the India Office Library in London. No marriage yet found, but he and his wife Mary baptised four children on the island between 1818 and 1830 and he returned to Ireland in 1836. His children were James (1818); Thomas (my great grandfather) (1822); Jane (1828) and Helen (1830). There may have been a further child, Mary Anne. Thomas, my g.grandfather, settled in Birr, Co Offaly where he married in 1848. I shall be grateful for any information, clues etc.), Peter Harper, [email protected] [This e-mail address is out of date] LALLY, Co. Galway, Mid-1800s, (Mary LALLY wife of John CONOBOY (or CONABOY) probably lived in Leenane (Leenaun).)Richard Conoboy, [email protected], 4600 Connecticut Ave. Apt 708, Washington, DC 20008, USA LALLY, Ballinafad, near Clifden, Connemara, Co. Galway, (Colman LALLY married Mary SULLIVAN of Recess on 20 Feb. 1870 the son of John LALLY. They had children: John 1871, Bridget 1873, Mary 1875, Honor 1877, Thomas 1879, Margaret 1884 and Peter1886. Information about Colman LALLY and his father John LALLY would be greatly appreciated.), John C Lally, [email protected], 69 Staindrop Crescent, Farlington, Co Durham, England, DL3 9AQ LALLY - (Searching for information on Michael LALLY (dates of birth and death currently not known) and his wife, Honora MANNING or MANION. Emigrated to

the US, supposedly mid-1860s. Living in Asheulot, Winchester Twp., Cheshire Co., New Hampshire in late 1860s-early 1870s. Known children: John Francis LALLY, b. 1 April 1860 in Co. Galway, d. 9 Oct. 1945 in Pittsburgh, PA, Katherine, b. abt. 1862 in Ireland, William, b. aft. 1865 in Unknown Michael, b. 1869 in Cheshire Co., NH, Hannah, b. 1870 in Cheshire Co., NH, Edward, b. 1873 in Cheshire Co., NY. I would like to hear from anyone researching any members of this family.), Mary E. Hitt, 4209 Summervale Dr., Murrysville, PA 15668, [email protected] or [email protected] LALLY, Ballylee, Peterswell, Co. Galway, mid 1800s, (Martin LALLY, married Mary JOYCE 1860 -1870), Freda Cooke, [email protected], C/o P.O. Main Road, PAPAROA, Northland 0585, New Zealand. LALLY - (I am searching for information on Thomas F LALLY born 6-3-1876, he married Honioria KING in 1907 (They had 4 sons Vincent, Kenneth, Joseph and John , 2 daughters May and Peggy)), Christine Lally, 57b Kotare Street Waikanae New Zealand, [email protected] LALLY - (Peter LALLY (c. 1810) from Co. Galway (no townland or parish known) was married to Catharine SHAY (c. 1813) also from Co. Galway (no townland or parish known). Their first child, James LALLY, was baptized (Catholic) in 1839 in New Orleans (Orleans Parish), LA. Peter and Catherine also had another child, Michael LALLY, baptized (Catholic) in 1843 also born in New Orleans, LA.), Janice L. Worthen, [email protected] LALLY, Galway, (Margaret LALLY born 1832. She married, in Co Galway, ca 1849-1850 to Richard J WALSH born 1825 in Co Galway. Richard was a stonemason. They had at least one child born before they emmigrated to Chicago, Illinois 1851-1855. Her name was Mary born 1850. Margaret's brother Patrick Lally, born 1844, married in Co Galway to Mary born 1845. Patrick also emmigrated to Chicago. Margaret had a cousin that was a priest. At a St Joseph's Catholic Church in the town of Galway, over the door is a sign that says built by Father LALLY 18821883. Also in that cemetery is a tombstone of a Peter LALLY LISCOONEV (Written with this name and a change of font.) 1814-1994. In the same grave is this man's son and grandson both James. I think they are all related.), Tam Robinson, [email protected] LALLY - (Looking for information Martin LALLY's parents names, Martin LALLY was born (abt) 1921 in Ireland, I need to find out the births of his parents and when and where they married, and died. Martin LALLY married Mary FALLON need information on her parents also. I would like to know if Martin and Mary were married in Ireland. I am not sure what part of Ireland, I think maybe Cork.), Bev, [email protected] LALLY - (Michael LALLY b. c.1824 married Bridget CONNELLY b June 1827. With one son, John b. 1846, Kilmore, Co. Galway, sailed to South Australia on 19 January 1847. Seven more children born to Michael and Bridget in S. A. Wanting to locate any brothers or sisters of Michael.), Gerald Lally, [email protected]

LALLY - (Looking for any information on the family of John LALLY born in August of 1847/1848 at Gort, Galway, Ireland, he came to America as a single male between 1863-66. In some US church records he alternated between the name Charles LALLY and John LALLY.), Michael J. Von Goebel, [email protected] LALLY - (Looking for information on Julia LALLY who married Richard PIERCE, a Tailor from Galway City. Richard and Julia had four children Anthony born 1865, Thomas Francis born1867, Mary Ellen born1869 and Francis Patrick born 1871.), Maureen Shepherd, [email protected], http://www.geocities.com/sheppie1uk/shep1.html LALLY - (John LALLY, Martin LALLY from County Galway - unknown where. John - Educated, clerk by trade, born about 1816/17. Appears to have married in the 1830's to an unknown, had a son Martin LALLY in 1840/1 at co. Galway. John and Martin migrated to New York city in 1846 on the ship "Liverpool". Presuming that his wife died in Ireland. Around 1848 John married second Jane M...Y (pos. MURRY) in NYC. They had daughter Ann abt 1848, NY, died young. Martin also died about the same time. Had two other children born in NY, Michael David LALLY (aka Frank Monroe MILLS) and Robert John LALLY (aka Robert MILLS). Seeking names of John's parents.), Jan Waugh [email protected] LALLY - My Great-Grandmother was Bridget or Delia LALLY her parents were James LALLY and Nora TRACEY She was in Ireland 1881 I am not sure if she was in Galway but I see a lot of LALLY and TRACEY. Bridget or Delia LALLY arrived in Boston, MA 1896 she married Angus FORTUNE in 1899 they had six children Nora, Julie, Walter, Mary, Irene, Charles and Elenor they Lived in South Boston until her death in 1962 Does any have any information on the LALLY and TRACEY.), Nadia Grady, [email protected] LALLY - (James LALLY was born in about 1795, probably in the Loughrea area. In 1851 he was a publican. His son Patrick James or James Patrick went to London where he was a nurseryman and married Elizabeth WHITE in 1851. They had 10 children. Does this match anybody else's findings?), Stephen Lally, [email protected] LALLY - (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] LALLY ­ (My great-grandfather Patrick LALLY, son of Michael LALLY and Mary TANSEY was born at Srahloughra on the Suck River near Ahascragh in November 1853. Michael and Mary had inter alia the following children: Malachi (who was born

in Roscommon on October 25th 1843 and who married Helenora NEAL (NEIL)), John, Michael, James, William and Patrick. The two daughters were Kate who married James C MILLER and Hanorah or Nora (later MCLOUGHLIN). Patrick's grandfather and Michael's father was Malachi LALLY who had married a lady by the name of COSGROVE. I do not know her Christian name. Malachi and Miss COSGROVE had a number of children who included Peter, Thomas, James, Nancy BURNS or BEIRNE and Mary COYNE. Nancy Beirne may have married Thady BEIRNE. My GGF Patrick and his father left Ireland in 1865 and settled in Hartford. Peter stayed in Derrycahill (Roscommon) and married Mary FALLON. Tom went to America presumably also to the Hartford area. Michael stayed in Ahascragh and was a grocer/baker by trade for some time but may also have moved to the States. His brother James is said to have also been "living a few miles away" and I am presuming that to be in Kilglass or near Ahascragh. A further brother William LALLY married Margaret JOYCE in Manhattan NY in October 1880. Any information in relation to any of the above would be appreciated.), James Lally, [email protected] LALLY ­ (Looking for information on my mother's father's family: William LALLY (b c. 1832 Ireland; d 1877, Greene, NY) married to Mary ? (b c. 1835, Ireland; d after 1902 Oxford NY); married c. 1852; immigrated to US, Coventry, Chenango County, NY by 1854. Children: Anne/Elizabeth (b.1854), Edward A. (b 1857-1905), Mary (b. ), Susan (b. ), Martha (Mattie)(b. 1863), William H. (b. 1864), Agnes (b.1866), Julia (b. 1868). Edward A LALLY was my mother's paternal grandfather. He was sheriff in Chenango 1891-1894 and worked lumber.), Mary Stewart, [email protected] LALLY ­ (I am looking for information about Margaret LALLY (my great grandmother) born in Galway in the 1850's. She married a KEHOE who was a butcher. I think he died in the States & Margaret became a janitor in San Francisco. Later she ran a boarding house for recent Irish immigrants. I'm not sure if they were married in Ireland or in the States. They had six children- Mary, Cecilia, Martin, Jack, Tom & Bridget. My grandmother was Mary Rose born 1878 in San Francisco. I think my grandmother was the eldest. I am planning a trip to Ireland & would like to know more information about my great grandmother), Kathryn Bennett Schoendorf, Menlo Park, CA, [email protected] LALLY (LALLEY), Ballymacward, Kiltulla, Attymon, 1800-1885, (Hanoria LALLY, born July 8, 1847 in Attymon; married in Catholic Chapel in Kiltulla to Thomas LALLY, born Nov 29, 1829 in Ballymacward; Hanoria's father-Thomas LALLY, born 1813 in Attymon, married to Mary CONNELLY (CRONILY?) (CRANNELLY?). Looking for birth, death, marriage certificates, etc.), Walter J. Bank, [email protected], 7704 Massena Road, Bethesda, Maryland, USA 20817 LALLY, O'MULLALLY Clan, MULLALLY/MULLALY, Tuam, Before 1850, Judith Mullally Boatman, [email protected], 902 W. Austin Drive, Peoria, Illinois, USA, 61614-4222 LALOR - See LAWLER, LAWLOR LALOR (LAWLOR) - (I am looking for information on Mary Ann LALOR (LAWLOR) born 1824 in Portamny, County Galway her parents were Edward

LALOR (LAWLOR) & Mary Ann WALL. I found her place of birth on a marriage record in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. Mary Ann LALOR married Peter KILRAIN October 26, 1845.), Lana Rast, [email protected] LAMBERT - (LAMBERT, of Castles Lambert and Ellen - especially descendants of Walter LAMBERT, of Castle Lambert, & Elizabeth PERSSE (marr. 1791). Biographical information re John LAMBERT, barrister, (1800-1871) also sought. Peter Wood, [email protected], 55 Sheridan St, Hamilton 2001, New Zealand. LAMBERT, of Castle Ellen, Athenry 1700's - 1900. (Also Fortick's Grove, Dublin) (Looking for descendants of Peter LAMBERT, Captain of Galway Militia (1785/61844), 2nd wife, Maria Louisa CARROLL, and son (from among 8 known children) Stubbs LAMBERT. (b 1841)), Glen Lambert, [email protected] LAMBERT - (I'm asking you for some help in tracing the whereabouts of a lady called Caroline Mary LAMBERT, whom I'm told died in Galway on a Saturday the 29th of May in 1915. Interred at AHAS -CRAG. Can any one confirm this to me? This research is for a book, and this happens to be a loose end. The lady was a Teacher back in the 1881 census, so how come she ended her days as a miss in Ireland??), Tim Edwards, [email protected] LANE (Connor LANE and Mary HIGGINS m.1855 at Maylough per church records Connor had a brother named Patrick who came to US and eventually to Montana. Many of these cousins settled there. Daughter, Margaret Catherine also came to join. Looking for Connor & Patrick's parents, brothers and sisters, or other info.) , Maylough, Mountbellow area, 1800-1900, Joe Donahue, [email protected], Box 7425, Brookings, OR 97415, United States of America LANE - (Bridget LANE m. Michael O'GRADY 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] LANE, Bally Morer, Galway, 1840, Les Jones, [email protected] LANGLEY - (My great great grandfather George LANGLEY lived near Clonbur, Carrowhekeen Townland in the middle of the 19th century. His son Patrick came to the US in 1872. He owned a small piece of land that I found listed on the tax maps. His children were baptised in the Catholic Church in Clonbur. His wife was Bridget HOLMES. I am trying to find out his parents. People in the area told me that LANGLEY was not an Irish name and that they were probably "blow-ins". The fact is that they lived in Galway up until George's death in 1883. His wife Mary lived there longer.), Frank Griggs, USA, [email protected] LANGLEY - (Looking for the family of William LANGLEY and his wife Mary TANNYAN/TANNIAN. They were married around 1841 in Galway. Children were Joseph Patrick, born Feb 25, 1843. Joseph, born April 11, 1845. Michael, born Sept 13, 1847, William born ? 1851 and Dominic, born August 1, 1853. All children were born in Loughrea.), Bob, [email protected]

LARDNER - (Mary LARDNER b. circa 1836-44 Co. Galway IRE. And John GR(E)ANEY b. circa 1844 Co. Galway IRE and Mary LARDNER b. circa 1836-44 Co. Galway IRE. They appear, Married, in NewYork City in 1868 Brooklyn City Directory. Their headstone says "Natives of County Galway, Ireland".), Timothy Graney, [email protected] LARDNER - (Myles LARDNER, born 06/15/1905, son of Thomas and Kate (WALSH) LARDNER in Tuam Ireland. Became American citizen on 03/19/1934 in Waltham,Ma. Married Mary Agnes Spellman (b. 01/13/1913) has 4 children all of who reside in Massachusetts. Any information on the family would be greatly appreciated.), John, [email protected] LARDNER (Patrick LARDNER Ggrand father & Margaret BROWN from Winterfield Farm? Drumgriffin. Son Patrich LARDNER & Margaret LALLY stayed in Ireland. Daughter Margaret LARDNER & Robert McLAUGHLIN to Massachusetts. All other family moved to New Zealand. All Married in New Zealand: Martin LARDNER & Annie O'BRIEN, Thomas LARDNER & Norah MOYLAN, John LARDNER & Catherine WALLACE. Mary LARDNER & Patrick ROACH, Katie LARDNER & Edward James KAVANAGH. Seeking relatives, dates, details of any of these people. Have details of LARDNERs who are not my relatives to share.), Denise Michelle, [email protected] LARKIN - (Mary LARKIN, born about 1844, came to US about 1870. Her sister Ellen LARKIN wrote her a letter in 1880 from Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. In the letter, Ellen wrote of Uncle Jem and Uncle Tom who received 100 pounds from India. She also mentioned Aunt Annie and Mrs. Grant. Ellen mentioned her two children but did not give their names. She also said there was no work anywhere so she was living in a lodge owned by Dean Butson. The LARKIN's were catholic.), Patricia Doyle Bedenbaugh, [email protected], 761 E. William David Pky. Metairie, La. 70005 USA LARKIN - (Trying to find relatives of Peter LARKIN Born abt.1789 in Gort, Parents were Patrick LARKIN and Mary CONREY, Australian Convict sent in 1821 trial Galway), David McAndrew, [email protected] LARKIN - (Margaret LARKIN was married to John LARKIN and was transported to Tasmania on the convict ship John Calvin. Her mother was Mary GELAN from Co Tipperary.), Susan, [email protected] LARKIN / LARKINS / LORCAN, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway, 1790-1850, (William LARKINS, son of Thomas LARKIN and Mary, was born 1832 in Ballinasloe. He immigrated to Boston before 1858 where she married Sarah NICHOLSON, also from Ballinasloe. He founded Larkins & Co., Carriage Makers, in San Francisco in 1865. Looking for information about his parents.), John Larkins, [email protected], http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/4085/ireland.html LARKIN - (Rosanna LARKIN born 1831, died: 5 Feb 1893, Kiltarmer & Oghill, Lawrencetown, she married Michael LAWLESS and they had 14 children - I have all the names and dates. She is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery St. Clair, PA USA.), Peggy Cummings, [email protected]

LARKIN - (Relatives of James LARKIN c. 1803 - 1893 Townland of Marnellsgrove, near Ballymoe.), Tony Larkin, [email protected] LARKIN, from Eyrecourt, Galway 1800-1850 Josephine Doherty, [email protected] LARKIN, Kilchreest, possibly Gort, elsewhere (Michael LARKIN, ca. 1820-1910; married Mary COEN of Gort; may have come from Gort himself; lived in Kilchreest; ten children; one to Queensland, AU, ca. 1880;seven to USA ca. 1880-1900; two remained in Kilchreest. Looking for information on origins of Michael, Mary COEN, their ancestors.), Richard Larkin; [email protected], P. O. Box 40, Ayer, MA, 01432-0040,USA LARKINS - (Researching LARKINS from County Kerry.), Thelma, [email protected] LARKINS - (Looking for information on the LARKINS family in Ballynakill Co. Galway around 1837. Catherine LARKINS was born around this time, she and perhaps her family later emigrated to Australia where in 1865 she married Samuel Cooper BALDWIN.), Dianne Wakefield, [email protected] LAURENCE ­ (I am looking for details of W LAURENCE JP of Co. Galway, who recommended Thomas SULLIVAN for service in the Irish Constabulary on 1 January 1840: where did he live?), Mark O'Sullivan, [email protected] LaVELLE(E) - ( Nora STANTON came from county Galway and married Thomas DIAMOND. They had a son,John. John, born 9/15/1835, came to the US (and settled in Clarksburg W. Va. before moving to Western Pa.) with his wife, Ellen (TUCKER) DIAMOND born 9/29/1844. Ellen's parents were Michael TUCKER and Mary SAVELL(E) or LaVELL(E). I believe that Ellen's parents were from Cong, Mayo which bordered Galway.), [email protected] LAWDER, Galway, Sylvia Lawder, [email protected] LAWLER - See LALOR, LAWLOR LAWLER - (Patrick IVERS married Mary LAWLER and had nine children. Lived in Swineford area in 1850's before he migrated to Quebec in 1852.), D.K. Smith, Hood River, Oregon, [email protected] LAWLESS - (Michael LAWLESS born 1822 Kiltormer, married Rosanna LARKIN, born 1831 Oghill Parish (Lawrencetown) east of Galway. The couple had 14 children, some born in St.Clair, PA, USA), Peggy Cummings, [email protected] LAWLESS - (Bridget LAWLESS b. abt 1790, prob Galway (m. John BLAKENEY). I have considerable supplementary detail if any one is interested. ), Roland de Caen, [email protected] LAWLESS - (Hannah LAWLESS married Patrick HANLEY in Oranmore, Co. Galway, in 1858. Hannah's parents were Michael LAWLESS and Mary ?. Patrick and

Hannah lived in Rinville and had the following children in Co. Galway: Mary Ann (1859), John (1861), and Peter (1864). Sometime around 1866, they immigrated to America and settled in Lynn, Massachusetts (near Boston). They had two additional children: Margaret (1867), and Cecelia (1872). The three girls died before reaching adulthood.), [email protected] LAWLESS - (My Great Grandfather Richard LAWLESS born 1827 came from Galway, IRL. He may have had a brother that also came at the same time or earlier. Richard came to New York USA, at the age of 33 (About 1860). He married Winnifred BURKE of Ireland, although I do not know if they married in Ireland or here in NY. (They lived in Haverstraw, NY USA) I do not know what town in Galway he was born in. Family names: Richard, Thomas, John, Francis, Vincent, Florence, Ceceilia, Delia, Adlaid, Cathleen.), Dan Lawless, [email protected], 422 Cummins Hill Milford, PA 18337 USA LAWLESS - (Michael LAWLESS born Dec.31,1830 County Galway Parish of Dunisy. Married Catherine FLANAGAN in New york in 1853. They settled in Waterville & Janesville Minnesota.), Linda Imhof (Courtney), [email protected] LAWLESS - (Seeking information on Patrick Peter LAWLESS. b 1833 Galway, Ireland. m: date, place unknown.... to Mary KILLAY/KILLEY. Arrived South Australia aboard "The Frenchman" on 20 Sept 1858. Died 20 Jan 1908 Second Valley, South Australia.), Julia Sharpe, [email protected] LAWLESS - (My 3rd great grandfather was Thomas LAWLESS. He married Margaret HYAN. His daughter Maria married Thomas MALONEY. Maria was born about 1862. Thomas and Margarets children that I know are Maria, Thomas, William, and Margaret.), Marilyn Tyler, [email protected] LAWLESS ­ (Searching for my great grandparents Patrick and Margrate (MULLENS or MULLINS) LAWLESS. They were both born in Ireland, he in about 1820, she in about 1830. According to the U.S. Federal Census of 1860 they lived in New York City and were married during the previous year. I don't know if it was in Ireland or the U.S. and would like to know where they lived in Ireland.), [email protected] LAWLOR - See LALOR, LAWLER LAWLOR - (In 1868 Catherine MURRAY of Dunmore Parish, Galway Co, married James LAWLOR of Wicklow Co. They had eight children, one of which married Bernard McALEER, who had a son Bernard McALEER Jr. who had a daughter Dorothy who was my mother.), Jamie Cummings, [email protected], Pittsburgh, Pa.USA LEAHY - See LAHY LEAHY - (John LEAHY, b 09/29/1819 believed Cork, or Galway. To US 1846. Married Margaret RIORDAN b May 1832.), Rosemary Waldran, [email protected]

LEATHAM - (I am searching for any information regarding my Great Great Grandfather. His name was Michael LEATHAM. He was born in Tipperary Ireland approx 1830; his parents were John and Catherine (nee RYAN). John LEATHAM was a Merchant. Michael migrated to Australia and married Mary Ann GUILFOYLE. Michael's birthplace is listed as Castle Darrah, Queens County, Ireland. He was probably born around 1880. Mary Ann was also born in Tipperary. I would appreciate any information.), Rae, [email protected] LEE - (Michael LEE died Feb.10,1952 and was buried at Rahoon Cemetery,County Galway. My Great-grand-father (Pat McCoy of White Shaud Rd.died Oct. 3, 1907) is also buried in the same plot. Can anyone tell me who Michael LEE was?), Rahoon Cemetery, Galway 1952, Brian Reynolds, work: [email protected], home: [email protected], 319 Sprague St.Dedham, MA 02026 U.S.A. LEE - (John LEE married Mary O'BRIEN in County Galway in the early 1870s, and left for America shortly thereafter. Son Albert Edward Lee, born 1877 in Lockport,New York.), Al Lee, [email protected] LEE - (Kate NEE who married Martin LEE and owned a farm in Leam,Oughterard (until the mid 1960's)), [email protected] LEE - (LEE Family Ancestry - Ballygally Via Oughterard. Co. Galway), Robert W. Lee, [email protected] LEE, Kinvara, 1840s, (John LEE (Parents Michael LEE and Mary FAHEY) born c1847 Kinvara, emigrated to Australia c1862, married Julia LYNCH 1876 Dalby, QLD, died 1924 Toowoomba, Queensland.), Gail Ritchie Knight, Canberra, Australia, [email protected] LEE - (I am researching one of my ancestors Michael LEE of Galway. He was a convict transported to Tasmania arriving in Hobart 14/8 1852 aboard the convict ship Lord Dalhousie. The sketchy detail I have, he was sentenced in Galway on the 4th January 1849. According to his record he was 28 years old when he arrived in Tasmania. I wish to trace on the Irish side for more detail and possible relatives.), Bill lee, [email protected] LEE - (I am trying to trace the family tree of my GGGGrandfather Edward LEE (Ed LYE/O'LEE) Born 'c' 1793 possible Galway Ireland. Married Bridget O'DONNELL (unknown) and they had a total of seven children. Elanor (b) 23/4/1809 Clydagh; Bryan (b) 8/7/1813 Clydagh; Morgan (b) 26/3/1811 Clydagh (m) Elizabeth BULL nee SLOMAN 31/1/1861 Ballarat Victoria Australia (d) 16/6/1883 Ballarat Victoria Australia aged 72 years - It is rumoured that he was married in the 1840's in Ireland and came out to Australia after his wife and child died in the famine; Edmund/Edward (b) 9/11/1814 Clydagh (m) Mary GERAGHTY 30/8/1848 Moycullen; Patrick (b) 6/3/1817 Clydagh (m) Mary HARE 19/10/1850 Moycullen; Michael (b) 19/9/1819 Clydagh; Marianne (b) 17/4/1821 Clydagh. Morgan was my GGGrandfather as for the others I know very little except that it is said that Edward and Mary fled to New York in the 1890's, but come back a few years later on. Edward also is believed to have post nominals after his name, UHC, VC, PLG i have no idea what they stand for. And VC is not for the Victoria Cross. Edward's two oldest daughters: Mary Joseph Gabrielle

(b) 1851 became a nun and died 26/5/1912 at the Covent of Mercy Galway. Francis Mary (b) ? also died in the same Covent.), Gavin Lee, 54 Stagecoach Cres., Sydenham, Victoria 3037, Australia, [email protected] LEE ­ (My Great Grandfather William LEE married Bridget Bidelia LEONARD approximately 1859 and the first of nine children was born on the 22nd August, 1860. They last resided in the old Church of Ireland schoolhouse in Glann Road, Ballygally next to the Mon's family home which is near Oughterard ~ County Galway Ireland. (Glann Road is situated alongside beautiful Lough Corrib, a lake 30 miles long approximately and 17 miles approximately from Galway) Details of their Children are as follows: Catherine born 22/08/1860 baptised 02/09/1860, Michael born 29/09/1864 baptised 14/10/1864, William born 01/03/1866 baptised 25/03/1866, Robert born 07/04/1868 baptised 26/04/1868, Bridget born 19/12/1869 baptised 02/01/1870, Thomas born 24/08/1871 baptised 24/09/1871, Patrick born 24/04/1873 baptised 25/05/1873, Richard born 22/09/1878 baptised 20/10/1878, George born 01/04/1882 baptised 01/05/1882. All the children to William and Bridget were baptised in the Church Of Ireland in the picturesque Village of Oughterard Co. Galway Ireland. Great Grandfather William LEE died in the old schoolhouse in Glann Road on the 15th June, 1886 and Great Grandmother Bridget Bidelia LEE also died there on the 16th January, 1899. Both William LEE (my Grandfather) and Michael came to Australia Approximately 1886-1887. Catherine, it is believed, went to New Zealand and married a Minister in the Seddon Government there. Others siblings went to the USA, Canada and India. William (my Grandfather born 1866) was the Butler at the Old Government House in Brisbane Australia and married Rachel STEELE in the St. Johns Pro Cathedral in George Street, Brisbane Australia on the 18th May, 1888.), Robert Lee, [email protected] LEETH - (I am trying to get information on the name of LEETH. Several years ago,from what source I have forgotten, I was told that the name came from Galway Country and the town of Headford. The farthest back I can go in the USA is my Great Grandfather, James B. LEETH, born 1 Dec 1847 and died 30 Dec, 1925. I have oral testimony from an aunt: "I remember Grandpa as a tall Irishman with a lot of Irish humor. As long as I can remember, he had a long white beard and white hair. He used to tell about being an auctioneer and had a voice for it. He sang Irish tunes and could dance an Irish Jog. He entertained the many little girls around him." I have information on a Darius LEETH, basically the same dates of birth and death, as being a Judge in Paulding County Ohio. I have yet to make a direct connection between Ireland and the USA with LEETH's. LEETH is my Mother's maiden name.), Gerald A Bumbalough, [email protected] LENNON - (I am looking for information on Daniel SHEEHAN and Mary Lennon SHEEHAN. I have a letter which states they were married 02-Feb-1837 at Peter's Wall, county Galaway. They had 3 children, Margaret b. 21-Aug-1847, John and Margaret. Daniel died on 21-Aug-1847. In 1879 Margaret Lennon - SHEEHAN immigrated to the US and on to Iowa. Any information on these would be appreciated.), Gail Rieland - O'Hern, [email protected], 3725 212th St. SE Bothell, WA. 98021 USA LEONARD, Lissyegan, Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, 1830s - present, Pat Wood, [email protected]

LEONARD - (Bridget LEONARD born in County Galway circa 1837-39 died at Looscaune in 1916. Married to John Mahon. Children Denis 1861, Michael 1865 (my grandfather), Mary 1867, Bridget 1869, John Joe 1875, Patrick 1879, Margaret 1880. I would like to know about her parents, husband, siblings and her children.), Carol Crowley, cc[email protected] , 9 Woodland Road Franklin, NJ 07416 USA LEONARD - (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] LEONARD - (My great-great grandfather, Thomas H. LEONARD, moved from County Galway to Saxonville, Massachusetts around 1852. He may or may not have been already married to Caroline (WALSH) LEONARD when they moved. Their first born, Sarah, was born in Massachusetts in 1854. She was followed by John or Jake in 1857, Thomas F. in 1858, James P. in 1862, Patrick H. in 1864 and Catherine in 1866. In 1865, they moved to Illinois and settled Northwest of Chicago in Crystal Lake. Amongst other things, they ran resort hotels there.), Peter Urbain, [email protected] LEONARD - (Seeking information on Michael LEONARD (Father also named Michael) b. Aug 1844 who married Delia JOYCE b. Oct 1845, daughter of John JOYCE and Maria McDONOUGH abt 1870 of Galway. Emigre to Brooklyn, New York 1886 through Castle Gardens. They had nine children, some of their names were: Walter, b 1879; James, b. 1881; Mary, b. 1883. Also Michael and Sara, birthdates unknown. An older brother, John, remained in Ireland as a Royal Constabulary. They were Protestants.), Mike Leonard, [email protected] LESLIE - (John Robert LESLIE worked as butler to a number of Church of Ireland Bishops of Tuam until his death in 1954. He married Elizabeth RUTTLE of Adare, Co. Limerick in 1903 and they had eight children - Henry b. 1904, Annie Elizabeth b. 1906, Kathleen b. 1909, Mary (Mollie) b. 1911, Dorothy b. 1914, John Edward b. 1914, Ernest Victor b. 1916, Emily (Avia) b. 1920. John Robert and Elizabeth are buried in the same grave with three of their children, Mollie, John Edward, and Ernest Victor in the grounds of St. Mary's Cathedral, Tuam. Henry Leslie worked as a wool sorter with the firm of Rishworth's in Tuam. He married Charlotte FOSTER of Barrack Street, Tuam in 1935 and had five children, Robert, Henry, Sylvia, John and Charlotte. He died in 1943 aged 38 and his wife Charlotte died in 1978 aged 62. Annie Elizabeth Leslie married Richard BUCKLEY in St. Mary's Cathedral, Tuam in 1924. They had a son, Benjamin, born 1925, and a daughter Elizabeth Diane, born 1944. They moved from Tuam shortly after their marriage and, were subsequently divorced and are both buried in England. Henry Leslie, Jnr. is also buried in the grounds of St. Mary's Cathedral. He died in 1991.), Jane Leslie, [email protected] LETT ­ (I am trying to find out details of the LETT family of Ballinasloe, Ireland. My grandmother Sarah LETT was born there ca. 1870, her brother was Samuel

LETT, about the same age. They both emigrated to Philadelphia as young people.), Robert Anderson, [email protected] LEWIS, Campbell LEWIS, County Galway, Born c.1783 Karen Watts, [email protected], 1/98 Pacific Hwy, Wyong, NSW Australia LEWIS -(I am looking for the family of Margaret LEWIS who was born c.1837 to John LEWIS a farmer (tenant or owner?)and his wife Catherine HICKEY. On Margaret's marriage certificate in 1857 she is listed as a Roman Catholic from Peterswell Co. Galway. She left Ireland in 1856 for Australia where she married and died in Victoria in 1904. I have been unable to find anything at all on Margaret, her siblings or her parent's marriage. I do not know if Peterswell is a parish or a town but I do know there is a town of that name not far from Dunguarie Castle. I have hit the brick wall and would appreciate any help to get me going again.), [email protected] LILLY - (James LILLY (1799-1877) married on 5/23/1836 to Ann SHEIL (18201896) (one was Protestant, one Catholic). They lived in Creggs/Kilbegnet, Galway/Roscommon border town. They were given a large stone house with a slate roof for a wedding gift. They had ten children: George F (1837-1910), John 18391907, James (1841-1870), Henry (1844-1909), Daniel (1847-1924), Patrick (18501926), Maria (1852-1915), Kate (1856-1869), Thomas (1858-1925), and Joseph (1867-1940). We have the total lineage (7 generations) of George F and Henry's families on our website. (Both immigrated to NYC and Connecticut, USA). George F is my great-great grandfather. Ancestors' further back may have been called DeLISLE and came from France to fight for Catholic King in England and then came to Ireland and changed name to LILLY. The family may have owned a grocery store in Creggs. We are looking for ancestors of the other children. I have heard that there are LILLY's still in Galway, Roscommon and Mayo.), Mary Pat Lilly, [email protected] LINNANE - (My ancestors James and Patrick LINNANE were both convicted of sheep stealing on 2nd July 1849 and sentenced to transportation for 7 years. They arrived per 'Lord Auckland' in Hobart Town 29th January 1853. Their place of Trial is stated on the National Archives of Ireland Transportation Records as Co. Galway.), Vicki Smith, [email protected] LINNANE - (John Leonard LINNANE, b. 1828 my gggrandfather emigrated from Ballinderreen, Kilcolgan, Galway, Ireland abt. 1853 to California, USA. His brother Bryan LINNANE, 1820? had a daughter named Margaret.), Kate Leonard Reisig, [email protected] LINNANE ­ (My ancestors James and Patrick LINNANE (brothers) were both convicted of sheep stealing on 2nd July 1849 and sentenced to transportation for 7 years. They arrived per 'Lord Auckland' in Hobart Town 29th January 1853. Their place of Trial is stated on the National Archives of Ireland Transportation Records as Co. Galway. It is believed that Patrick was married before he left Ireland. Looking for ancestors and descendents of either of these two. Also looking for information regarding Patrick's first wife.), Sharon Glaesner, ancestry.sharglae@gmail.com

LINOT - (Looking for great grandmother Catherine LINOT, born 6/24/1848 in Taum. She married Thomas BURNS (born 12/27/1834 in Parish of New Castle, Co. Galway). Catherine and Thomas settled on a farm in Georgetown, Iowa, USA. They are both buried in St. Patrick's Cemetery there. Also would like to find records on Hanora LINOT (born in Parish of Taum in 1806), who married a Robert LARNER, from Co. Galway. They also settled in Iowa and are buried in the same cemetery.), Roberta Morrissey McDermott, albiagirl62@aol.com LINSKEY - See Also LYNSKEY/LYNSKY LINSKEY - (Particularly, looking for Edward LINSKEY, born circa 1840, immigrated to the US and settled in NJ. Will settle for any LINSKEY connections as I don't have much to go on at this point.), Kathy Linskey, email KivaSage@hotmail.com LINSKEY ­ (Seeking information on Martin LINSKEY born c1820 Co Galway (Possible Tully Area) and his children, Thomas C 1841, Briget C 1846, Catherine C 1847 and James C 1850. The children all went to live in Jarrow Co Durham U.K.), hut36@btinternet.com LIPTON ­ (I am currently researching my family tree and would like any information regarding Thomas and Hannah LIPTON (nee BREW) of Tuam. They lived during the late 19th century and had several children including Andy, Thomas, Patrick, Delia and Mary.), Noreen Reid, g.parry44@ntlworld.com LITTLE, 1800-1880, GoFar1000@aol.com, P.O. Box 424 Fortuna, California 95540 USA LOCKERY - See also LOUGHREY LOCKERY (LOUGHREY) - (Cornelius LOCKERY B: 15 July 1832 Gort, County Galway, Ireland, D: 5 December 1898 Shiocton, Outagamie, WI. Father: Martin LOCKERY, Mother: Katie), Amber Genett, agenett@hotmail.com LOFTUS - (I'm researching the LOFTUS surname and it's Irish origins and subsequent Australian connections.), Sue, loftus@powerup.com.au LOFTUS - (My Galway ancestors were the LOFTUS family. They came from Tynagh/Portumna in east Galway. Also connected to this family were the GRADYs and EGANs. My earliest recorded ancestor was James LOFTUS who married Catherine EGAN in Tynagh in 1820. I am looking for information fre 1820 and possibly information about the GRADYs. I have a web page dedicated to this family on my website at http://www.esatclear.ie/~brib), bridgetbrennan@esatclear.ie, 17 Mountain View Westend Bundoran County Donegal LOFTUS - (I am Peter LOFTUS, born London 1928. I am the son of John Michael LOFTUS born Castlerea Co.Roscommon.(1898 to 1968). He in turn was the son of Thomas LOFTUS born in Carrownageeha Co.Galway, (1857 to 1925), the son of another Thomas LOFTUS probably also of Carrownageeha. Other family names are HANNON, FANNON and CORRIGAN. I have a 1700 entry (June 2001) database on

LOFTUSes which gives relationships and birth, marriage and death dates as well as names of wives/husbands. It covers Ireland, the US, the UK and Australia. If any one would like to send me their LOFTUS family trees to add to it, I'd be delighted to do so and, if I find any connections to let you know.), Peter Loftus, peterl@iol.ie, of Rochester, Kent, England LOFTUS, Tynagh County Galway, 1820, Paul Harper, Paul.J.Harper@btinternet.com, http://www.btinternet.com/~paul.j.harper/home_page.html, 48 Glyme Close, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 3SY, England LOFTUS - (Timothy LOFTUS born 1854 Dynish, Lettermullen, Galway married Penelope LEE (Born 1860 at Lettermullin the daughter of Thomas LEE and Honor CONNEELY/CANEELY/CONNOLLY). He died 20th April 1920 in Lettermullen, Galway.), Noreen Loftus-Spilman, Neeron@cinci.rr.com LOGAN, Ardbear,rural district of Clifden, civil parish Moyrus; from 1837- c1900, (The LOGANs were farmers during that period. Info needed on the family.) James J. Stewart, jimjs@bellatlantic.net LOGAN, circa 1840, (Looking for LOGAN and HANNON These are my great grandparents on my father's side and my grandfather supposedly came from Galway circa 1881.), Joseph E. Logan, Nokomisjoe@Home.com LOGAN - (My great great grandfather was Patrick LOGAN born April 1809 in County Galway. His parents were Mark LOGAN and Bridget O'CONNELLY. He came to the United States around 1863. His wife was Winifred NORTON (NAUGHTON) born around 1823 I am hoping in Galway also. The only child I know they had was Michael LOGAN my great grandfather.), Dale Lomupo, dlnan@yahoo.com LOGAN ­ (I am looking for the parents of Andrew Joseph Logan who was born in Galway on March 17, 1819 or 1820. He had a brother Patrick Logan born Sept. 29, 1828 or 1830, and a sister Ann Logan who married Patrick Gray. All three siblings emigrated to the US. Andrew married Julia Jane McJoy from Tralee, probably in Pennsylvania where they lived for ten years before settling in Henderson County IL. Andrew died Sept. 19, 1897. Julia McJoy was born in 1830 or 1836 in Tralee, married Andrew Aug. 30, 1853, and died in IL on May 3, 1889.), John/Carol Schaffer, jcschaff2[NOSPAM]@comcast.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this email address. LOGAN/LOHAN - RC Parish of Ballygar, Townland of Clo(o)nkeen, (Patrick LOUGHAN/LOHAN, Cloonkeen, married Catherine WARD in 1842 at St. Mary's in Ballygar. Witnesses were Patrick and John WARD. They emigrated to USA in 1851 thru Port of New Orleans and on to Indianapolis, Indiana by 1857.), Laura Logan Frazier, LauraFrzr@aol.com LOHAN, Cloonminda, colleeng@bigfoot.com, http://www.jps.net/colleeng/

LOHAN/LOGHAN/LOGAN, In the townland of Lissavruggy, civil parish of Killian, RC parish of Ballygar, (Terence LOHAN and Bridget KINSELLA had 7 children: Michael (1812), James (1814), Mary (1816), John (1818), Bridget (1820), Thomas (1824), and Margaret (1827). John married Bridget Mannion and they had 7 children: Patrick (1858), Catherine (1859), John (1861), Michael (1863), Laurence (1869), Terence (1871), and Bridget (1873). Michael and Bridget emigrated to America, Laurence stayed in Lissavruggy, Terence died as a child, don't know about the others.), Dlculhane@cs.com LOHAN - (Originally from East Galway, Thomas Lohan was born in about 1828, the son of Thomas LOHAN, farmer. He was recommended for the Royal Irish Constabulary by Lord French in1847. He served in Limerick, where he met and married Frances (Fanny) KEENAN. They moved to Cork where their eldest surviving daughter Mary Agnes, my great grandmother, was born in 1856. He had a chequered career - he was reduced to the rank of sub-constable and subsequently dismissed in 1874. At the time, he was living in Goggins Hill, Ballinhassig, Cork. Thomas moved to Glasgow with his wife and family, in 1874 or 1875. Thomas died of bronchitis in 1895.), Rachel Roberts, Rachel.m.roberts@btopenworld.com, www.tribalpages.com/tribes/rachelr LONG - (Frank LONG born Galway around 1853 married Annie (born 1855 Roscommon) in Derbyshire, England.), Sybel Webb, sybel@webbsam.fsnet.co.uk LOUGHNANE, Sarah LOUGHNANE, 1770's, Nicola Davies, mjdavies@voyager.co.nz LOUGHLIN, Fohanagh, 1830-1860, J.J.Kenny, jkenny@Argolink.net, 7815 Green Devon Houston Texas,77095 LOUGHREY - See also LOCKERY, LOWERY. LOWRY LOUGHREY - (The LOUGHREY family came from the village of Shanaglish County Galway. The oldest known is William LOUGHREY d. 1809 pre-famine cemetery. Family still owns the home.), rlougher@twcny.rr.com LOWERY ­ (John LOWERY married to Catherine COMER, lived in Teeneay (?), County Galway. Had at least 7 children: Martin LOWERY moved to Chicago, IL, USA married Kate; Mary LOWERY, married Thomas HENNIGAN in Chicago, IL, USA; Bridget LOWERY, married John MCDERMOTT in Chicago, IL; Patrick was briefly in the US but went back to Ireland and got married; David, lived in New York City, NY; John, married Mary MANNION in Chicago, IL and Michael Joseph LOWERY b. 11/8/1892 d 7/25/1976 in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Married to Catherine COYNE on 6/10/1925. Catherine COYNE was lived in Ballyveane, County Galway. B. 2/10/1896 D. 6/10/1975 in Pittsburgh, PA, USA), Pat Robles, finnydog5@yahoo.com LOWRY - (Patrick LOWRY, b abt. 1829, m Bridget, b abt. 1828. Margaret/Peg LOWRY, b 1830, d 1886 PA/US m MJ SCALLY 1848, St. Patrick's, Glenamaddy. 13 children. Possible sister to Martin LOWRY. Emigrated to US after husbands death.),

Pat Dill, patdill2[NOSPAM]@comcast.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address. LYDEN - (Julia Agnes born January 1, 1883 to parents Roger and Bridget LYDEN in Galway area. Siblings Bridget, Thomas and William. Julia arrived in NY about 1900 possibly with sister, Bridget. Brothers arrived in NY at some earlier date.), Leonie Selwood, clearview@ozemail.com.au LYDEN - (Thomas LYDEN b. 1815, wife Bridget b. 1825, Ireland, issue born in Clifden, Connought Province, County Galway. Mary b. March 1839, Patrick 1840, John 1842, Martin 1847, Michael b.1853 on immigration voyage to NY, Daniel.1855, NY. Settled in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY.), Sharon Hunt Lyden, lyden@crcwnet.com LYDEN - (Henry LYDEN married Catherine MURRAY had child named Edward Henry LYDEN born around 1835's in Galway. Edward LYDEN married Mary KANEY (born 1838, daughter of Hugh KANEY and Mary COYNE) in Scotland 1855 and they settled in Youngstown Ohio, USA in 1865. Any info greatly appreciated.), David Bayne, dbayne@wowway.com LYDEN/LYDON - (Martin LYDEN, m. Honor COOKE, Feb. 1827, Moyrus, Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland. Witnessed by: John COOKE, Mary O'DONEL. Contact from anyone with knowledge of this couple would be appreciated.), Diane Brennan, alnabroone@cox.net LYDON/LYDEN, Galway, 1800 to 1850, Sandra Matheson, gsbm@austarnet.com.au LYDON - (Rebecca LYDON m Joseph MAYES circa 1830. Son, Joseph Ladd, born Headford Galway 20 Jan 1833, migrated to USA, m Mariann PIQUET, Manhattan NY Dec 1855.), Allen Mayes, maisie@merlin.net.au LYDON - (Michael FAHY of FAHY & Co., Galway. Bought, present day, Greene's Hotel in Kinvara from his cousin, THOMAS FAHY. About 1879, Michael's sister Nora married Michael LYDON from Duras. Nora married second, Thomas (Pappy) GREENE about 1890. Who were their parents and where were they born? Would like to hear from descendants. Were Michael and Nora FAHY from Co. Clare, Parish of Abbey?), Kathleen, Kate141@aol.com, Seattle, WA USA LYDON - (John LYDON & wife Miss CURRAN - daughter Bridget LYDON born 1871, married about 1900 to James FOLAN, lived East Hartford, Connecticut, USA), Tim Fichtner, MeFichtner@aol.com LYDON - (James LYDON b.1818 married Bridgett LYDON children: Luke, Martin, Thomas J. came to USA 1874 and lived in Chicago and Bridgett. Believe James' father was Dominic.), Celine Lydon Latimer, bean17w@aol.com LYDON - (John LYDON was born in 1874 in Galway area{we think} and had quite a few brothers and sisters. he came over here around the turn of the century or after

and met and married Margaret WELSH , also from Ireland, around 1907 8 or 9 not sure. Trying to find some information on where exactly he came from. I am going to regional archives and see if I can trace the passenger lists and find some records. John's father was also John and his mother was Margaret.), Katherine Lydon, katel42@webtv.net LYDON - (Peter LYDON married Bridget HENEHAN. Know of four children: Peter born approx 1874, Margaret Frances born approx 1876, Bridget born approx 1878, and Thomas Stephen born November 1879. These four children arrived in San Francisco between 1900 and 1910.), Barbara Piringer, barblp1@juno.com LYDON - (I am looking for information on my GGGF Michael COSTELLO & the McDONOUGH & SULLIVAN & LYDON families. Michael unknown date of birth d 1879 in Minnesota, married Bridget McDONOUGH b. 18 Aug 1825 in Lettermore, Galway. D 24 May 1902 in Kellog, Wabasha, Minnesota Her Parents were Patrick McDONOUGH b1819 Lettermore d5 Apr 1916 in Wabasha MN, Mother Julia LYDON b 1824 d 1909, Patrick's parents: Bartholomew McDONOUGH & Celia SULLIVAN. Appreciate any information anyone may have.), Brian Costello bcmcjeep@msn.com LYDON - (Looking for information on Helen LYDON from Oughterard Gallway. I know she immigrated to America in 1997 and Married Owen MAGUIRE in 1912 or 1913. They settled in Great Falls Montana and had 5 Children.Her parents were Patrick LYDON and Mary DONNELLY. His parents were Owen MAGUIRE and Johanna CORBETT.), Steve Sams, ssams01@comcast.net LYDON -(Looking for information on Thomas LYDON & Catherine (Kate) COSTELLO. Daughter Margaret born Sept 8, 1890 in Knock, Spiddal, Co. Galway. Siblings-Nora who immigrated to Boston, Mass and brother whose name is unknown. (possibly Coleman or Thomas). Margaret immigrated to Boston in 1909. She married Edward COSTELLO in June 1912 in Norwood, Mass. She died Oct. 1977 in Norwood, Mass.) Appreciate any information on this family anyone may have.), Jackie Kiley, harrykiley@verizon.net LYDON ­ (Christy LYDON born approx. 1830 in Ireland married Elizabeth and had two sons John and Michael who were also born in Ireland. They immigrated to Massachusetts about 1861. According to the USA 1880 Census there were an additional 7 children born in America (Patrick, Hannah, Bridget, James, Mary, Winnie, and Thomas my grandfather.), Mona Theresa Lydon-Rochelle, lydonrochelle@gmail.com LYNCH - (Interested in hearing about emigrants/transportees to Barbados or Antigua before 1800, info will also assist in a Caribbean Surname Study.), James Lynch, http://www.candoo.com/contact/index.html, 128 Snowshoe Crescent, Thornhill, ON L3T 4M9, CANADA LYNCH, Galway (Galway Bay), mid 1800s, Julie Johnson, hamlin2@bendnet.com LYNCH - (Martin LYNCH m. Margaret (Mary) JOYCE and in 1864 they had their daughter, Honor in Clifden. They had at least two other children, Mary and Bridget

(Delia). Mary and Bridget came to the US in the early 1880s settling in Pittsburgh.), Carol Harris, charris721@aol.com, 1022 Homer Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15237 LYNCH - (John RATHBURN m Elizabeth LYNCH. They lived in the Portumna are in the mid-1840's. Their son, Michael RATHBURN, came to America in 1854 on HMS Tapscott.), Paul Rathburn, Jr., prathburn@mindspring.com, Evanston, Illinois, USA LYNCH - (Charles LYNCH, Tuam, 1878 to 1881), Kathleen Hogan, traveler@tqci.net, P.O. Box 369, Solomons, MD 20688 USA LYNCH - ((I am trying to find any references to Patrick LYNCH from Galway or county Clare who was born around early 1800's who married Susanna MAYN around early 1820's and went to Quebec. His son James LYNCH may have been born in Ireland. (who may have also used the name Francis James LYNCH. All the other references in old letters say "James" and the family tree and all other genealogical sources use the name James, so this other name, Francis James LYNCH is a remote possibility) and married Marguerite HOWLEY in Quebec Canada in 1843. (Margaret's father, Patrick HOWLEY arrived in Quebec in 1828, probably with wife and children. Wife's maiden name was Margaret COOK. There are no birth dates available for either of them. All families were Catholic.) James and Marguerite's children were James (1853) , Mary (1855), Agnes (1857), and then the family moved to Quebec, Canada, where Frances was born Nov. 18, 1859. The last child was Emma, born in 1861. I am the great-grand-daughter of Frances who was put in an orphanage after Marguerite's death, and then was placed in Catholic schools in Cheyenne, Wyoming, until she left after a disagreement with the sister superior. She met and married William MAIN in 1879 and travelled with him to Fresno,where they raised a family of eleven children. She died surrounded by family in 1934 at her second home in Pacific Grove, California. She lost track of her Canadian relatives at such a young age that she had no way of attempting to connect with her Galway roots.), Cecile Lusby, cecilusby@earthlink.net LYNCH - (I am currently doing genealogical research on my mother's side of the family. My mother is Elizabeth (Betty) Shelton aka. LYNCH. She has told me that their family is related to the Thomas C. Lynch who signed the Declaration of Independence for South Carolina. I have been able to trace the family back to my great great great grandfather William F. LYNCH who was born in Georgia in 1790's. He married a Penina KIDWELL in Wilcox County Alabama October 30, 1828. He subsequently died in Chicot Conty Arkansas aorund 1866. Their children were Nancy, Alabama, Indiana, Penina, John and Dr. Thomas Jefferson LYNCH (my great great grandfather). I know that there was a Frances LYNCH who settled in Georgia in 1733. I don't know if William F. LYNCH was one of his descendants.), Gus Shelton, gushelton@earthlink.net LYNCH - (I am searching for a family of Annie Lynch who was born in Ireland between 1840 and 1860. Rumour has it she went to relatives in Pennsylvania for her education and returned to Ireland where she married John CAIRNS. They migrated to New Zealand where they joined Annie's sister who was married to a Sergant O'MALLY of the NZ police and two LYNCH brothers. Annie Lynch and John

CAIRNS shared one living child Mary Ellen CAIRNS born 10 May either 1878 or 1880 in New Zealand. The couple split after mid 1880s and bother disappeared after time. They could have left NZ anytime between 1885 and ? Mary Ellen seemed to be cared for by the LYNCH brothers and in 1901 she married Charles O'BRIEN who was from Liverpool. They met and married in Wellington NZ.), Jill Murphy, arkro@actrix.co.nz LYNCH, Galway and Tuam, 1550-1750, Ralph de Butler, dordogne@sprintmail.com, http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Museum/4597/butler.html LYNCH - (My grandfather came to SA from Ireland, after being born on the Channel Isles in 1898. His father was Henry Thomas Pilkington LYNCH (no dates or other info), however; my family has visited Galway, the family farm and areas, but were not able to research any further due to time constraints. Any possibilities you may have links or info in this area?), Mark Lynch, masada@mweb.co.za LYNCH - (John LYNCH b: 1740 Galway, Ireland d: 1821 West Virginia married Mary MOORE 1768 b: 1750 Pocahontas Co., Virginia d. 1850 Gilmer Co., West Virginia.), Denise McGuinness, D9231426@aol.com LYNCH, Early 1900's and back, (Christopher LYNCH and wife Stella born Wexford early 1900's. Christopher died 20 Dec 1958 aged 56. Their children born Portumna were Madge married Den, Australia. Teresa, Mary married Bert, Christina born 1939 married Patrick RYLANDS in London, Patrick, Michael married Audrey, Stella married Jim JENNINGS, Christopher married Paula. Portumna, Co. Galway and Wexford to London.), Sue, pub20009@blueyonder.co.uk LYNCH - (My mother Barbara Ann LYNCH, born in San Antonio Texas USA, was an only child whose father died before she was born. My grand father was born William Henry LYNCH March 9,1905 in Staton Island New York; he died June 26,1936 in New Rochelle New York. He was the only surviving son of Anna HALLAHAN and Peter LYNCH. Peter LYNCH, I don't know much about but his parents supposedly came from Ireland before 1883. Anna HALLIHAN's parents were Patrick HALLIHAN or HALLAHAN and Johanna LAUGHLIN, both of whom emmigrated to Connecticut USA. Johanna LAUGHLIN possibly onboard the 'Martha Ward' out of Liverpool arriving 5 July 1849. I would appreciate any help on how to go about a search.), Susan Yano, YSus8@aol.com LYNCH - (John Athol LYNCH aka Jack LYNCH has been a mystery to my husbands family for many years. His daughter would like to know about him as he was separated from her mother before birth. John Athol was born 13 October 1909 at Gould's Country Tasmania Australia to Christopher Luke LYNCH and Evelyn May JOHNSON. Christopher's parents were Michael Lynch and Annah Rudd or Budd who married in 1861 at Longford Tasmania. Christopher's brothers were: Michael born 1867, Matthew Thomas born 1862. Christopher's sisters were: Anna Catharine 1864, Elizabeth 1865, Margaret 1871, Mary Ann 1874, Emma 1881 and Jane 1878. He married Lorraine (known as Lorrie) NEWMAN of Inverell NSW Australia in 1944 at Waverley NSW he was 31 years at the time and she was 24. As mentioned on Marriage cert. Although birthdate was supposed to be in 1909?? The last traced

sighting of him was about 1974 at a funeral in Melbourne of a ? uncle Keith JOHNSON. This sighting was made by Mrs Ailthea HOWELL who's Aunty was Evelyn May Johnson. Ailthea's mother was Vera WIGNALL. John served in Navy 13/12/42-05/01/1946 then in the Army 03/06/1940-07/11/1941. Not sure where John/Jack went to after that funeral in Melbourne but he could have been to Tasmania or up to Townsville Qld. He lived at Inverell NSW after his marriage for ? a short time. We would love to hear anything that relates to John Athol's whereabouts or his family that possibly came from Ireland to Tasmania in the 1800's.), Julie Watt, wattlebee@bigpond.com LYNCH - (I am looking for information on Delia (Della) LYNCH. Born in County Galway March 6, 1892. Came to the US around 1913 and lived in Portland Maine prior to marrying Clarence DODDS. Any information would be greatly appreciated.), John Graham, keggius@aol.com LYNCH, Thomas LYNCH of Galway County, Ireland - (Seeking information re Thomas LYNCH and his ancestors. Petition - Westmoreland County Court of Virginia, April 29, 1713. Nicholas FRENCH set forth that Thomas LYNCH, father of Francis LYNCH (deceased), was the father of Mary CISELY (sp) and Ellenor (sp) LYNCH, sisters of Francis LYNCH, all of the kingdom of Ireland. Document Westmoreland County Court of Virginia, September, 1718. Jasper JOYES of Galway, merchant, Martin LYNCH FITZANDREW of the same, merchant, Thomas LYNCH FITZANDREW of the same, merchant, Richard JOYCEFITZWILLIAM of the same, goldsmith, and James LYNCH FITZMARCUS deposed they knew Thomas LYNCH, late of Gallway, deceased, who was by way of distinction called black Thomas LYNCH. They believed that Thomas LYNCH lived for many years near Dunmore in the county of Galway and had issue two sons Francis LYNCH, late of Virginia , merchant, deceased, and Stephen LYNCH, who were brothers of the whole blood. Thomas LYNCH may have lived in Westmoreland County, Virginia in 1705.), Darth Miller lynchfamilyire@aol.com LYNCH - (Thomas LYNCH born about 1826 at Grange Barne Kilconnel County Galway Ireland. Emigrated to Australia on the Bounty Ship "Himalaya" which left Plymouth on 4 October 1841 and arrived at Port Philip (Australia) 26 February 1842. Married Mary MALONE at Geelong, Victoria in 1851; 10 children Bridget 1852, Henry 1854, Nellie 1858, Mary 1860, Elizabeth 1862, Thomas 1864, John 1866, George Patrick 1869 and William 1874. Thomas died at his property "Mt Burchett" near Glenthompson in 1890. I am seeking any information about his parents, siblings and children. Bridget LYNCH who married William CASS is my great grandmother.), Jackie Horsburgh phorsbur@bigpond.net.au LYNCH ­ (Charles LYNCH married Rose BRADY 12/10/1845 in Killeenadeema, Galway. Arrived in NY 4/19/1853. To Cleveland, OH; Watertown, Wi; and settled by 1860 in Greenwood, Wisconsin. They were my great-great-grandparents.), Ellen Vogel, mjvogel2@charter.net LYNCH ­ (The LYNCH family I am researching came from Boadaun, Tuam, Galway. Thomas LYNCH born about 1834 married to Julia KENNY born about 1839. They had the following children: Patrick LYNCH born 1865, Margaret LYNCH born 1867, Joseph LYNCH born 1869, Mary LYNCH born 1873, Ann

LYNCH born 1876, John LYNCH born 1880 and Julia born 1882. Patrick emigrated to Leigh, Lancashire in England and married Mary O'NEILL, Joseph also emigrated to Leigh, Lancashire and married Catherine CAULFIELD. Julia emigrated to Lowell, Massachusetts and married James KELLEY in 1904.), Marie, lynno1@blueyonder.co.uk LYNOTT - (Annie LYNOTT born Tuam, Co. Galway c. 1842. Married James FURY from Boyle, Co. Roscommon, in Liverpool and migrated to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in 1859.), Tim Moroney, Tmoroney@uq.net.au, P. O. Box 159, CAPALABA, Queensland 4157, Australia LYNSKEY/LYNSKY - See Also LINSKEY LYNSKEY - (Looking for information on LYNSKEYS from Kingsland, Athenry who went to US about 1850's. Martin Carroll LYNSKEY mar. Katherine Marcello O'GRADY Dec. 1854 and settled in Va.), James E. Biller, Jimb856@Aol.Com LYNSKEY, Athenry, County Galway, 1700 - current, (In particular descendants of Martin CARROLL and Catherine M O'Grady LYNSKEY. This would include the brothers and sisters (parents if possible) of them also.), Charles Lynskey, info@lynskey.com, http://www.lynskey.com LYNSKEY - (Bridget(Bridie) LYNSKEY who married my uncle William (Bill) GALLIGAN of Limerick City sometime in the 1920's), Patrick Galligan, adcolthirst@sprint.ca LYNSKEY, approx 1933 to 1955, (I am seeking information on Helen or Ellen Rita LYNSKEY. I believe she was born in 1933. In 1954 she was in Chelmsford Essex. Her sister? was Anne Philomena LYNSKEY with a family friend in the name of SMOLEN at my baptism. She was my mother and would very much like to hear from or about her.), Robert Woodget (Originally Lynskey|), Robert.Woodget@btinternet.com LYNSKEY - (Searching for info on Patrick LYNSKEY, possible dob 7-2-1823. Possible parent John LYNSKEY and Rose LOWRY. Godparent William LYNSKEY in Parish Loughrea. Married Judith Page 6-6-1853 in Woodford. Immigrated to US abt 1853.), Marilyn Clark Lynskey, Lynskey7@cox.net LYNSKEY - (Looking for family of Patrick LYNSKEY, dob abt 1823 in Parish Loughrea, married Judith PAGE 6-6-1853 in Parish Woodford. They immigrated to USA same year. Supposedly a brother William stayed in Ireland.), Marilyn Clark Lynskey, Lynskey7@cox.net LYNSKEY - (I am looking for information on John P LYNSKEY, I know he was a policeman in New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia his wife's name was Mary Ann I don't know her maiden name. His daughter Amy Sarah LYNSKEY was my Grandmother. She married Charles Frederick FOSTER in Hobart on 25 December 1913. My father John (Jack) Foster was born in Sydney in 1915. She died in 1917 after giving birth to a daughter. My father never saw his sister again. I would very

much like to find this branch of the LYNSKEY family. I think there were 3 other children, Ransley And Sabina Mary.), BRINKERS@TPG.COM.AU LYNSKEY - (Patrick LYNSKEY born 1813, wife Bridget, born 1821 both in Galway. They had two sons in Galway Patrick born 1844 and John born 1845 before emigrating to England and settling in Birkenhead between 1845 and 1853. They went on to have two more sons Thomas born 1853, Matthew born 1859, and a daughter Julia born 1855. Other LYNSKEYs settled next door to them. Household headed by Ann LYNSKEY, born in Ireland 1836, area unknown, possibly married to William. I am looking for possible maiden name for Bridget, and any other links.), Carla Blair. carlablair@onetel.net.uk LYNSKEY - (I am looking for information re Michael LYNSKEY born c 1859. He left Ireland to go to England sometime between 1884 & 1911. In 1911 he was living in St Helens, Lancs, Eng. He had 2 daughters that I know of, Florence born Apr 01 1882 & my grandmother, Bridget LYNSKEY born Oct 8 1884. He may have been married to ? COLLINS (but this I'm not certain of) He died 22 June 1925 & is buried in St Anne's RC cemetery in St Helens.), Pat Appleby, pat.appleby[NOSPAM]@ntlworld.com Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address. LYNSKY, Tuam, 1800 - 1850, (Looking for family links of great grand father Michael Lynsky, born Tuam 1835 . baptised RC and emigrated to Cape Colony in South Africa in youth.), Rory Lynsky, rorylyn@sasa.org.za LYONS, any, Belderney Ballinasloe, 1800s, Pat Procida, irishnana02@yahoo.com LYONS, Mt. Bellows, (Grandma was Catherine HUGHES from Galway 1850-now. Grandfather was John J. LYONS. John had a brother Patrick, and a sister. Patrick and family never left Ireland), P.J.Wegel, JWegel@Busynet.Net LYONS - (Fargus LYONS born in County Galway some time in 1800. His parents were Michael and Mary, do not know her maiden name. Fargus married Mary CALLAHAN. They had a daughter Julia, born in 1838, a son, Michael in 1840 and a son Martin in 1842. They left Ireland sometime after that and settled in Milford, Massachusetts. Would like to know if anyone can give me additional information relating to when they left Ireland and who left with them.), Michelle Lyons, MPLPML@Webtv.net LYONS, Galway (& Cork), 1800 - 1875 cir., (William Joseph LYONS from Galway or Cork (?). He was the first of our line to Canada and settled in Ontario where he married Margrete McKINNEY (sp?), either in Dundalk, Ontario. We know of no sisters/brother's names of William (but there could have been). William Joseph LYONS ' children were: Joseph William, Maggie, Mary, William, Rachel, John, George, Sarah, Isaac & Isabel.), Genie (Lyons) Van Boeyen, GenieVB@home.com LYONS, from Mount Bellews 1850. (Right now I need to know the parish for Mount bellews as I have a film to look at, at a family history Center, Can anyone help?), Jo, Jo@mooreinternet.com

LYONS - (John and Jane "Mary" LYONS and seven children, Thomas ?-1882 James 1826-? Ellen 1828-? Mary Ellen 1828-? Michael 1829-1900 Catherine 1834-? They settled in Henry Co. Kentucky, USA in 1834. I am a direct descendent of Thomas LYONS who married Leea ESTES. They had 8 children. One of which was John Thomas 1853-1914. He married Artisema ROBERTS in which 11 children were born.), Debbie Lyons Robinson, drobinsn@hsonline.net, 7519 N US Hwy 31 Seymour, IN 47274 USA LYONS - (Roderick LYONS born circa 1825, married circa 1840's to Ellen KELLY. Died 1865, Ganaveen. Laurencetown. Looking for birth area, and parents for both.), Heather Baldwin, HABaldwin@aol.com, 14 Cranborne Gardens, Upminster, Essex. RM14 2YT LYONS - (Great Grandfather was Michael LYONS who married Eliza FARRELL in Portumna but they lived and had their family in the Ganaveen, Lismany area of Clontuskert. I am interested in finding out about Great Grandfather's children, one of whom, at least, went to America. This might have been John born 1877, Thomas born 1881 or Patrick born 1883. One daughter Margaret (Maggie) LYONS married a 'John' DOONER and lived in New York area, died there late 1950's??. Another Daughter Lizzie Lyons did not marry (born 1887) and died locally at a late age. Catherine married Thomas McDERMOTT, one child Michael Augustine McDERMOTT who died in his early 20's. Another son Daniel, was in police, married a Mary MEARA, they were last heard of in Kerry, My own Grandmother Mary Ellen LYONS (eldest) married Martin CAHALIN lived Lismany. Traced two siblings for Great Grandfather, Mary LYONS born Clontuskert 1859 and Patrick born 1864. ), HABaldwin@aol.com LYONS - (Martin LYONS born c 1832 Ballinakill, father Edward and mother Fanny PAGE. Martin went to Victoria, Aust with siblings James, Patrick and Ann in 1852 on Cossipore". Married Ann O'REGAN Melbourne in 1853 and went to Otago, NZ in 1862. Like to hear from anyone interested in these LYONS.), June Park, june.park@xtra.co.nz LYONS, Connemara District Co. Galway, (Thomas MANNING b. abt 1841 married Mary LYONS. b. abt 1844-1845?, m. abt 1860-1864? from Connemara, Co. Galway. Son Michael MANNING b. abt 1863... Galway, Ireland, and daughter Bridget b. about 1864-1865 (Ireland?). Thomas & Mary came to the USA (New Hamsphire) about 1864-1867. Thomas had two brothers who also came to the USA. Mary & her sister Julia LYONS both came to USA, Julia b. abt 1850+- (Father's name John LYONS...maybe John Eliot LYONS)), Dan King, dkng[NOSPAM]@ cyberportal.net Delete the [NOSPAM] to use this e-mail address. LYONS - (Barthlomew LYONS c 1820 Galway Ireland married Annie MURRAY c1820 in Kilconnell Ireland in 1839. They immigrated to Australia in 1841 aboard the "Diamond". Originally settled in Melbourne Victoria later moving to Kyneton Victoria.), Debbie Dixon, dmdixon@mysoul.com.au

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