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Local look up Malachi Carew d. 20 June 1898 Yuba Cty
Posted by: James Luckhaupt (ID *****3035) Date: February 20, 2011 at 18:36:30
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I would like to get assistance in Yuba County in finding out any additional information about Malachi Carew and his family who lived in Marysville. The online Yuba resources have been fantastic in getting me this far.
My gg uncle Malachi Carew (known as Michael Carey in Ireland) was born in Knockgraffon, County Tipperary about 1829. His brother Edward (Edmund) Carey (my ggrandfather) and their sister Mary left Ireland during/after the famine. I recently discovered that the famine ship passenger lists are now online and I am doing additional searches.
Malachi's brother and sister settled in Marysville, Ohio, he settled in Marysville, California.
I have a letter from Malachi to my ggrandmother after Edward's death explaining that they were all born in Knockgraffon, and actually did not know how old they were.
Malichi, his wife and daughters are buried in St Joseph's.
In particular I am looking for hints to Malichi's and or his wife's parents names, obituaries, marriage location or other info, or his naturalization record.
Thank you. Jim Luckhaupt
Malachi Carew b. 1829, d. 20 June 1898, nat. 17 June 1867
Catherine Carew b.1839 Albany NY, d. 19 Feb 1871
Catherine Carew (Mary Kate) b. 1858, d. 8 May 1903
Elizabeth Carew b. 17 Feb 1860, d 27 Jan 1880

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