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Laurence is age 15 in Nov 1854 (so born 1839) and James is age 9 in Feb 1853 (so born 1843/1844). It is probably only about 6 miles between Newtown-Sandes and Caheragh. I will gather the Canadian sites for you, as well as other ones, info follows, herein. : Most of my work from Ireland to Canada ( as opposed to from USA to Canada to Ireland) was done "FOR" me. 1912, Whangamomona, (daughter of Patrick Joseph Miners and Agnes ?? Of ELLEN & BRIDGET KELLY (sisters) natives of Newcastle-west [co. Boston Pilot Information Wanted Ads 12 July 1856 Of JAMES GRANT, who left Listowel [co. - Please address his brother, Michael Grant, Wappelo, Louisa county, Iowa. Moran Family I am searching for the Morans came to the San Francisco Bay in the mid-1800s. Subject: Kennelly Kennelly/ Conners I really do not know much about my Kennelly's. My mom never had any idea where her grandfather was from, although she did recall her mom saying that he took in alot of immigrants to give them a start.A it turns out a true Irish Leprechaun by the name of Patrick "Paddy" Waldron, Prof of Economics, Trinity College, Dublin Univ, Dublin had researched the Costello and Costell OE families (same) from Trinereaugh, Duagh, County Kerry. 1796-98ish, Tri., Co Kerry) had a brother William "Billy" Costelloe who married Catherine "Kit" Nolan. Limerick]; sailed from Cork in April, 1849, and landed in New York. Moloney Family Sarah Maloney sailed from County Clare in 1883 at the age of 20 on the died on 9.5.1924. She is buried Ø in the Church of England cemetery Woronora N. I checked the census returns for New Jersy and found some of these people he took in. Through the Ellis Island data base I was able to locate the manifests for the ships on which they arrived.Kit's brother is Paddy Waldron's GGG or GGGrandfather. Address DANIEL BRODERICK, Durham Station, Acton Post office, St. Immigrants arriving after 1899 had to list where they were going, where they were from and who they were to stay with.
Subject: [IRL-KERRY] Bridget Goulding Cloonprohus Newtownsandes to Chicago Date: Sat, -0600 Co Kerry: Golden Goulding Golding Passenger arrived NY May 22, 1908 Departure Queenstown Ship CARMANIA Passenger BRIDGET GOULDING age 17 domestic FROM Cloonprohus, Newtownsandes, Co Kerry ** Mr Michael Goulding (probably her father) Destination: Sister in Chicago, MARIE GOULDING c/o James Coffey 5319 West 45th St Corner Fuller St. 1894, Moruya, NSW, Australia, (daughter of Charles H Fletcher and Mary O'Neill ) d. Francis died , Auckland, New Zealand, Buried: Waikaraka Cemetery. He married Eliza Field and my GGrandfather William was born . Family stories say two children died on the trip over. Supposedly my g grandmother Frances Bridgete was b. where I live but I can find no record of the family here either. If you have any knowledege of this family I would be grateful for any information you are willing to share!
I believe this family used both Golden, Goulding and Golding. William married Eliza Jane Goulding and moved the family from Bermondsey Surrey London to Kent. , my g-grandfathers Joe Kennelly's death cert says his father, John was born in Pittsburgh.
sister Marie may have married an O'Brien in Chicago. , Wellington, New Zealand, Buried: Karori Cemetery, Wellington, New Zealand, Never Married. On the outbreak of the first world war William who was in his early forties went to war with his sons William & Albert . I can't be certain of its accuracy there, but John's wife, Catherine Sullivan is listed as being born in Ireland.
may have been a sister Bernice Golden(Goulding) Howard Gaynor. Michael Joseph Kennelly Garda From: written by Alice Kennellly, daughter of Paud Kennelly "My Grandfather, Garda Michael Kennelly is featured in the 'Gardai 1930' photo, seated extreme left. Kerry and lived in Aillebrack with his wife Alice Mc Hale-Kennelly. Sadly Albert was killed and is buried at the Somme . My g-grandfather was Joseph, born in Pitt., in 1891.
Other possible siblings below in this obit of Bernice Goulding Gaynor Interment St. He was killed 'on duty' in January 1934 when he and his colleague Sergeant Forde, were returning to Maam Garda Station after escorting a female patient to Ballinasloe Mental Hospital. My grandfather was John Cushion and he joined up with his dad and brothers but they discovered he was just under the age of enlistment and was kicked out of the English Army. He may be the link my grandfather spoke about to the mayor Martin H Kennelly of Chicago.