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Re: Feeney / Galway in 1800s
Posted by: William D. Romanski Date: January 19, 2001 at 17:13:48
In Reply to: Feeney / Galway in 1800s by Ron of 863

I have Feeney brothers John (b. 1813)and James (b. 1821) Feeney arriving in St John New Brunswick, in the 1840's. Family history has it that they were from County Galway, west of the River Shannon.

John (My direct ancestor) brought his wife Anne McCashan (McCashion?) and her brother Thomas.

They had many descendants in maine, NB, and the rest of the Northeast. I don't know anything more about them and their lives and ancestry in ireland.


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