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Looking for any information about John Carney and Ellen Riordan from about 1805 or so.

Dcarney

Monday 21st November 2016, 03:45PM

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  • D. Carney:

    Welcome to Ireland Reaching Out!

    Could you provide more specifics? Did Ellen and John marry in 1805 in Cloyne RC parish? Did they have children?

    I checked on Roots Ireland and did not find a marriage in Cloyne parish.

    Roger McDonnell

    Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Monday 21st November 2016, 08:16PM
  • I can't find a marriage but in Cloyne they had son Daniel in townland Barnabrow in 1807 and daughter Mary on 6 April 1810 in Cloyne.  Appreciate your help.  I see a lot of Carneys in Cloyne in those early years.

    Dcarney

    Tuesday 22nd November 2016, 01:26PM
  • D Carney:

    Roots Ireland has five more children (at least) in Cloyne: Thomas 1814 David 1818 John 1821 Catherine 1824 and Richard 1831.

     

    Roger

    Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Thursday 24th November 2016, 04:57PM
  • Thank you Roger, that is very helpful.  In looking at the record for Catherine, I see that it records the birth of Kitty and her mother was Nelly.  Can I take from that that Nelly is common for Ellen and Kitty for Catherine?

    Dcarney

    Friday 25th November 2016, 07:20PM
  • Yes, Nelly for Ellen and Kitty for Catherine.

    Roger

    Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Sunday 27th November 2016, 02:31PM
  • Thanks again Roger.  I could not find anything on ancestry.com about the names you found on Roots Ireland and I see that it could cost me 150 euros a year to subscribe to this web site.  I hesitate to invest that much money for only a few queries with unknown results.  Is there a way around that or is there an alternate site to find such data?

    Dcarney

    Saturday 11th March 2017, 06:21PM
  • The work is tedious but you can scan the Cloyne parish register http://registers.nli.ie/parishes/0035  and find a few of the records. For some reason, the NLI register has a gap from July 1812 thru December 1820. Roots Ireland has those records. You can get short-term subscriptions to Roots.

    Roger

    Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Sunday 12th March 2017, 10:50PM