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Re: edmund kennedy and mary hurley early 1800s
Posted by: Don Howard (ID *****0145) Date: December 29, 2011 at 13:59:58
In Reply to: Re: edmund kennedy and mary hurley early 1800s by Dave Boylan of 1656

Hi Dave,

I owe you still more thanks for pointing me to the IFHF web site, because I have now found the baptism records for all four of the girls who came with Arthur and Catherine to NYC in 1848, and the baptism of a son who was previously unknown to us and who must have died before the emigration.

The family was in Leitrim, immediately southwest of Granard town in Longford. And in the village of Ferskill, immediately east of Leitrim, there is a Griffith family at the right time, surely connected in some way to Catherine.

Would that I could repay the help with more than just my sincerest thanks.


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