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Re: Patrick J. FEENEY, Galway
Posted by: Ned Cully Date: July 12, 2001 at 18:27:04
In Reply to: Patrick J. FEENEY, Galway by Paul T. Logan of 863

Paul: Macrie is most probably the Gaelic for
Mac an rie ie Mac (son) an ( of) rei (the king) which means son of the king or simply King or maybe McHenry or whatever else immagration decided upon to call them at the point of embarcation - our family is Sean (John) Fatch (Pat/Patrick) O'Feeney from Park, Spiddal Co. Galway ... if you need help I'll be happy to help
"All the Best"
Cousin Ned


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