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Re: Wm. John Kiely, Clonmel, Ireland
Posted by: Dick Crowley (ID *****6542) Date: April 18, 2006 at 07:04:42
In Reply to: Re: Wm. John Kiely, Clonmel, Ireland by Dick Crowley of 476

Hi Sue
I would really like to find where my Kiely ancesters originated from for certain. Likely from Limmerick as indicated on a tombstone. Likely about 1845. They were quite resourcefull as merchants and very much people persons. Their name was misspelled to Kylie about the 1901 census. Grand Mother Annie Kiely married my Gran Father Tim Crowley about 1875. She came from a large family and raised a large family. She and her siblings all died about the roaring twenties. There arre quite a few still in the Peterboro area with the family name but few have any great insight into their origins. I'll keep in touch Dick C


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