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Re: DEVLINS IN GLENLARK, TYRONE
Posted by: Patrick Daly Date: May 31, 2001 at 12:51:01
In Reply to: DEVLINS IN GLENLARK, TYRONE by Neil Devlin of 1442

My grand-mother was Bridget Devlin from Glenlark,Co.Tyrone.Her father was Arthur(more often called Atty) Devlin. His daughters were Mary,Roseanne,Kate,Alice and Bridget and would have been referred to as the Atty Devlins---I have no information of there having been any sons in the family.My informant i.e. my mother (R.I.P.), the daughter of Bridget Devlin---suggests that:
(1) Alice, Kate,Roseanne and probably Mary emigrated to U.S.A.
(2)Alice married Arthur McCann and that they had a son called Arthur--no mention of any further family
(3)Kate married (no info.re.husband's name)and had at least two children called Anna and Edith
(4)either Roseanne or Mary married a man called James Connor (possibly O'Connor)and that there was a son ( at least )of the marriage.


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