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Re: Ratigan Clondoogan
Posted by: Teresa Sinclair (ID *****5470) Date: December 23, 2008 at 14:07:02
In Reply to: Re: Ratigan Clondoogan by Ralph Connors of 285

Hello Ralph,

Thank you for your reply re Ratigan Summerhill Meath
I am very appreciative.....I was only "putting out feelers" in regards to Ratigan, because they have been so difficult to find!!!

In front of me I have some copies of microfiche with some of the Ratigan names on them & it looks like "ours" came from Clondoogan & it seems also Clonmahan near Summerhill (this was in mid 1800's)

My g/g/grandfather Patrick Ratigan (Father Matthew.....occupation Farmer on Patrick's death certificate) Married Rose Byrne

Their children
1. Matthew Bapt 3/2/1839 Westmeath Ireland
2. Maria (Mary) Bapt 1840 Meath Ireland
3 Richard Bapt 24/4/1843 Meath Ireland
4. Michael Bapt 24/11/1845 Meath Ireland
5. Elizabeth Bapt 10/3/1848 Meath Ireland
6 Rose Bapt 19/9/1852 Meath Ireland

The district is Summerhill, Meath, Trim Ireland , Parish of Laracor, Town Clondoogan
Other names associated with our Ratigan's are Byrne & Martin ie on the baptisms as sponsors


Our folk came to Australia & settled initially in Morton Plains Victoria before taking up residence in Mountain Hut Victoria

My husband & I visited Summerhill & some of the cemeteries in the area last year. No graves were found in the area & nobody seemed to know about any Ratigans!!!!

However I did find 2 Byrne graves


Maybe the Ratigans originated from elsewhere?

Thank you for your response & I have now provided all I have .


Regards
Teresa Sinclair


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