Thanks you added a bit I didn't know. Do you think all those you listed are siblings too? Under the circumstances they we bound to lose track of each other. Cholera was in that area bad, and now that I think of it is was Cholera and not typhoid that I said earlier. It does stand to reason that a close family may not only lose the parents but some kids too. From word passed down through the generations when they arrived in New York Patrick and Mary had lost quite a bit of weight from the potato famine, and then the long journey on the ship.
Will keep digging, thanks Lynn. I love a mystery! Alice Guinty
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