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Looking for the Hagan/O'Hagan/ Heghan / Hegan family possibly moved to Dungannon, had cousins in Irish St, Dungannon. Some family members moved to New York

Linley

Linley

Saturday 16th February 2013, 11:36AM

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    Hi Linley,



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    Emma Carty

    Monday 22nd April 2013, 10:46AM
  • Looking for the family of Charles O'Hagan/Hegan who married Ellen Meenagh, Lived at Termonmaguirk, having children in the 1830s.  3 Girls moved to Aus/NZ in the 1870s and some family including brother John moved to Irish St, Dungannon later. Letter held Ulster-American Folk Park collections.

    Here at Cookstown from Australia at the moment with no success.

    Linley

    Linley

    Tuesday 12th August 2014, 09:12AM
  • Which ones ended up in NY? I have Hagans/O'Hagans that landed in NY.

     

    Cailin

    Cailin

    Sunday 15th March 2020, 04:17AM
  • Mary Hagan & Ann Hagan and their brother James. One of the letters has the address 576 West 49 St.

    Mary went back to Dungannon and died: 7 Apr 1895, Mary Hagan, aged 55, spinster, housekeeper, informant: Peter McShane, cousin, present at death (death certificate). -  but memorial card reads  ...  Pray for the Soul of /  MARY HAGAN, Died April 7th, 1895./ Aged 62 Years. They may be childrdn of jOhn Hagan & Ellen Mullen.  But with few official records and repetitive names, one can never be sure.

    Linley

     

    Linley

    Friday 20th March 2020, 02:52AM