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Hello,  I am looking for any information regarding John Dore (b circa 1807) in the Listowel area.His parents were Cornelius Dore and Catherine Hack He married Margaret Hagerty and they had at least 2 sons (James and David). He is found in the US 1850 census along with his brother Cornelius and cousins Maurice and John McElligott. At that time they were in Murray, Orleans, NY. John and Margaret then settled in Copetown, County of Wentworth, Ontario and were found in the 1861 CAnadian census under the misspelled surname of Doar. Along wth them were 3 other children Mary, John Henry and William. They are listed in the census as sons and daughter, however this may not be the case. According to John Henry's daughter years later John H Dore's parents were William Dore and Mary O'Connor. I would be happy for any information on this line. Thank you.   Ed Dore

 

 

 

 

Irishdore

Sunday 21st March 2021, 05:32PM

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  • Hi Ed,

    There is a record for Listowel of a "Johannes (John)"  Door  -  Baptism May 1808, Father: Patrick - Mother; Catherine Scanlan? - catholicregisters@nli.ie

    The web site catholicregisters@nli.ie has records of marriages -  John Dore - August 6th 1838 to Margaret Flynn -  William Dore - 1856 - Duagh to Esther ? as well as baptisms in Ballylongford 1828 - 1830 with the father recorded as Nicholas and mother Catherine O'Donnell (twins: April 7th 1830) - Bridget and James.  Margaret Dore February 12 1828 baptism Ballylongford - Father: John - Mother: Margaret Lynch. Ellen baptised April 4th 1830.

    See Valuation Records: www.askaboutireland.ie Griffith's Valuations -  1848. Free Site

    Regards,

    McCoy

    Tuesday 23rd March 2021, 09:46AM
  • Further to above, Marriage of Catherina Hack to John Lovett - 1822. The parish appears to be in the Union of Dingle. I did not find any record of a marriage between Catherina Hack and Cornelius Dore.

    A Maria Hack married in 1822 and a similar marriage recorded for 1825. The Hack name appears in the area of Listowel and Ballylongford.

    Credits: www.findmypast.ie and www,rootsireland.ie.

    Regards,

    McCoy

    Tuesday 23rd March 2021, 03:26PM

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  •  Hi McCoy,  Thank you for all the birth, marriages and links. I will go through all of them and see what I can find. I really apppreciate you taking the time and sending this. 

    Best regards,

    Ed

     

    Irishdore

    Tuesday 23rd March 2021, 07:42PM