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Re: James Beary 1900
Posted by: Jamie Dossey Date: February 09, 2002 at 11:14:48
In Reply to: James Beary 1900 by Michael Beary of 39

Hello Michael:
I have a fair amount of information on the Beary clan in Rye, New York. Michael Beary came to Rye from County Tipperary Ireland sometime in 1852. He married Briget Hayden in New Rochelle. They had 14 children, 12 of which outlived them. Thomas, the eldest son came to Louisiana in the 1870's and became the manager of a sugar cane plantation near Thibodaux, La. owned by Judge Edward Douglas White. His younger brother James followed a few years later and became sheriff of Lafourche Parish until after the turn of the century. Thomas is my great grandfather. I have some more information and some pictures. Please e-mail me at ireland107@cox.net.

Regards from Louisiana

Jamie Dossey


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