Kathleen-Thank you so much for responding and sorry it took me so long to answer. I obtained the baptismal cetificates of both children- Mary Ann b. Jan 3 1849 ( I originally thought 1850, but dioceses recors say 1849. I am going to recheck) godparents Thomas? Gilfeather and Ann McQuaid. John Henry b. 9/28/1851 godparents John Rodgers and Mary McIntire. I obtained John Rodgers nat papers and it said from Co Down. He was a tailor in New Bedford like Terence. You are right about the parents on irishroots.ie (Do you think they are fully developed or are records still coming in?) I had checked them out. I have had contact (years ago) with the descendents of Mary Ann and they may have posted the Louth Ireland. But the parents don't match up. I will contact them and see if they have any more info. Terences son John Henry died in Lynn MA in 1925. I have never located for certain terence in the 1850 census, and I suspected it was a James Hagan, tailor, Ireland wife Isabella Nova Scotia dau Mary A 5/12 in ward 3 Boston. I thought maybe James might be his middle name. But I recently spotted the Terence Hogan you mentioned. In 1855 MA census children and Isabel remarried to Patrick Brodigan. In 1880 she is in Worcester with her daughters family (Mary Ann Kelly, hus Martin civil war vet. They all move to Texas- She died in childbirth age 37. Isabel in 1900 census El Paso with grandchildren (Silva). Thanks very much Kathleen for your interest John Hagan
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