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Townland:- MONAGREANY LOWER or MONAGRENA, Wexford
Posted by: Tina Oates (ID *****5085) Date: June 08, 2003 at 06:12:09
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Does anyone recognise the name of the Townland of MONAGREANY LOWER, sometimes known as MONAGRENA, in the parish of MONAGEER, Wexford and have ancestors from there? It is next to the Townland of Ballytracey, where my ancestors the DOYLEs and MURPHYs grew up.
LAURENCE DOYLE married MARY MURPHY in Monageer Parish on 9th June 1874.
I am looking for the parents of both of them. It seems the DOYLEs were in Monagreany Lower and the MURPHYs were in Ballytracey - 2 Thomas Murphys and a Patrick Murphy are mentioned in Griffiths Vals.1853 - but later the Doyles moved in to Ballytracey!
Does anyone have knowledge of these families of Doyles and Murphys?
Tina Oates


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