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John Costello & Mary Scanlan, well-known Queensland pioneers
Posted by: Orla Ryan (ID *****0481) Date: March 26, 2010 at 02:06:19
  of 1995

Hi,

At the moment I am researching the Scanlans of East Clare, Ireland.
Now I am looking for descendants of Mary Scanlan b.Jan. 1839 in Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland, d.18 December 1924 in Sydney, NSW.
In Jan.1865 Mary married John Costello in Grabben Gullen, NSW. Mary and John were well-known pioneers in the Queensland territory.
Their children were: Michael, b. 1865 in Yass, NSW.
Catherine b. 1870 in Queensland, Ellen b. 1875 in Queensland,Anne b.in Queensland,John Patrick b. 1879 in Goulburn, NSW, Patrick Joseph Costello b. 1881 in Queensland,& Mary.

Mary Costello married David Flannery b. in Scariff, Co. Clare, Ireland.
Anne Costello married William Lamont in 1911.
Catherine Costello married Andrew Lynch in 1902.
Ellen Costello married Daniel Alting in 1913.
John Patrick Costello married Bridget Minogue in 1908.
Michael M.J. Costello married Ethel Burcher in 1907.
Patrick Joseph Costello married Margaret Minogue in 1916

I would be very grateful if you could help me trace their descendants.


Thanks.


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