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Re: James McKeon 1831 Immigrated to NY in 1855 about
Posted by: Kim Reynolds (ID *****3088) Date: February 29, 2012 at 22:43:18
In Reply to: James McKeon 1831 Immigrated to NY in 1855 about by Stephen McKeon of 94863

Stephen,I checked records from 1840-1870 for marriage of James McKeon and Mary Nolan with no success.I found 3 marriages with a Mary but not the Nolan last name.For births I checked 1825-1837 and found 4 although none are for 1831.
James McKeon
of Granby Place,Dublin
father:Patt McKeon
mother:Bridget McKeon
born:5 May 1828
sponsors:John Keating/Mary Magee
baptised in St Mary's Pro Cathedral

James McKeon
father:Southwell McKeon
sponsors:Patrick O'Neil/Anne Farrell
baptised in St Andrew's

James McKeon
of 8 Chamber St,Dublin
born:3 January 1836
father:Thomas McKeon
baptised:St Catherine's

James JP McKeon
father:James McKeon
sponsors:Cornelium Ward/Mary Ward
baptised in St Andrew's

You would really need to check any available records in the US such as census,immigration,naturalization and death to see if you can find any other info on them before going into Irish records,especially with a name like Nolan which is quite common.If you get any other info let me know and I will try to help further.Hope this helps,Kim

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