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Re: Two O'Donnell brothers marry two Ryan sisters NYC early 1900s
Posted by: barbara (ID *****7175) Date: July 12, 2010 at 06:55:29
In Reply to: Two O'Donnell brothers marry two Ryan sisters NYC early 1900s by Genie O'Donnell of 2255

Do you have any idea where in Co Donegal they were from?
Who their parents were, and if they had other sibblings your familar with who they were.

O'Donnell is a very common name. I have O'Donnell's in Co Donegal, as well as Co Cork, believe the families are cousin.

James O'Donnell 1845 m Susan Doherty 1845, at the Sacred Heart Church in Carndonagh about 1866. Their children were
Patrick 1867, John 1868, Neal 1871, my grandmother Mary Ann 1873, Maggie 1875, Denis 1878 and Philip 1880
Patrick and Maggie as best I can tell may have stayed in Irealnd. The others all immigrated to MA
John m Bridget Long
Neal m Rose McGonigal
Mary Ann m Patrick Bradley May 1864 Co Donegal
Denis m Catherine McLaughlin parents Mark and Grace
Philip m Ellen Noon

In Co Cork(the cousins
John O'Donnell m Elizabeth Carney
their 3 known sons were Peter, Patrick and John F

I know thru word of mouth that we still have O'Donnell's and Bradley's in the Co Donegal(Malin Head, Carndonagh, Glenmakee area-but haven't been able to find them--yet.

Thank you and good luck

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