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Re: Hugh MARRON 1914 Montana
Posted by: Wayne Marron Date: August 21, 2001 at 01:28:09
In Reply to: Hugh MARRON 1914 Montana by Sam Marron of 269

A Hugh Marron was a brother to my ancestor John Joseph born 1833, to Peter Marron, Cloghue, near Newry, who is buried at waverley cemetary in Sydney. Hugh along with all other 12 brothers and sisters went to USA in the 1850's while John Joseph was transported to WA where he spent 6 years incarcerated, turning yp 6 weeks after ticket-of-leave release later in Sydney when he married a 19 year old who had just arrived from Ireland. Ellen Dowling. They were all buried to gether with an unknown Marron, Francis, probably a cousin who came from Victoria around 1900 and lived with the family a long while. My paternal grandmother, a Mc Grath from Sydney, remembered Francis in kindly terms.
We have all the ancestory and details of those who went to USA researched in 1978 at Belfast


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