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Bridget Ludden & John O'Connor/Connor
Posted by: Terence O'Connor Date: August 02, 1999 at 12:46:51
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I am looking to find roots in Ireland Possible Mayo or Limerick. My GG Grandparents
John O'Connor/Connor Married Bridget Ludden
and moved to England in the 1840s. They had five children I have found up to now, Mary b 1847 Chester Cheshire, Twins Martin & Owen b
1849 Carlisle Cumberland, Andrew my G Grandad
b 1851 Carlisle Cumberland and Cathrine b 1854 Carlisle Cumberland. They moved from there to the north east of England to a town
by the name of Jarrow Where Andrew Married
Ellen Sharp in 1873 and in the 1881 census
I found most of them there. I myself was brought up in Jarrow from 1945 When I was born and have the family tree complete but
don't seem to be able to jump back to Ireland. I feel that the family comes from
Westport or Castlebar but have had a connection with Limerick as I have a Holy family confraternity medal which says O'Connor Limerick on the back. Does this ring
any bell's with anyone? Kind regards Terry O'Connor.

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