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Re: gahegan, geoghegan john revolutionary war culp
Posted by: David Faessel (ID *****5563) Date: February 01, 2008 at 12:57:28
In Reply to: gahegan, geoghegan john revolutionary war culp by lloyd konneker of 846

I see your inquiry about GAHEAGAN-GEOGHEGAN in Fayette County.

I too am reseaching this name, in particluar Patrick GAHAGAN-GEOGHAN-GEOGHAGEN etc., who shows up in 1830 US census in Fayette County, KY. He was in Washington DC in 1820 census.
His wife is Elizabeth; their children are (partially) Mary born 1821 or so, Frances(Fannie), born 1818 in Wash DC, Ellen, born either 1821 or 1833; Samuel born in Kentucky about 1835, and Ann, born Kentucky about 1835. There must have been more kids or relatives, because 1820 census listed 13 in the household. My interest is in Mary, who married Wm. Rearden-Riordan in Lexington KY in 1842.

Patrick and Elizabeth were from Ireland; others in the household had to be from Ireland as well, since the 1820 census noted that all 13 in the household were not citizens.
Any connection to who you are researching ???


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