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Re: A short history of the Nangle family
Posted by: Kathryn Czlapinski (ID *****7254) Date: February 10, 2006 at 17:37:10
In Reply to: Re: A short history of the Nangle family by Fiona MacGinty O'Neill of 103

I would love a copy of the Nangle Family book. My great grandmother is Mary Nangle married to Jemiah Calnan. They lived in Massachusetts. My Dwyer/Dyer relatives came from Drumshanbo and Townland Crummy, Parish Kiltubbrid in Leitrim. I still have relatives in Ballinamore and Kesh Kerrigan and their ancestors went to Scotland for a short time during the famine. What other names are in your family tree. Are there any Dwyer, Hyland, Cull, Ward, ancestors there? The O'Dwyer family originally came from Carrick on Suir Tipperary.

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