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Re: McLaughlin-Cadegan-Ireland-Steubenville
Posted by: Noreen Rose (ID *****6520) Date: October 05, 2007 at 11:51:32
In Reply to: Re: McLaughlin-Cadegan-Ireland-Steubenville by W Leo Cadegan of 925

Hi Leo,

How nice to hear from one of the Ohio Cadegan's. My father was John, son of Edward. We have always spelled our name Cadogan, with an "o". My father said that was the correct way, but tracing back the family to Canada, I find that it is usually spelled with an "e".

How much family information do you have? I have taken them back to when they came to Canada in the early 1800's. I've had trouble with the McLaughlin side of the family. I think they (Patrick McLaughlin and Catherine Rohane) both came from County Roscommon in the western part of Ireland. It's very hard to find any records in Ireland.

My father left Ohio and settled in Rochester, NY, where he married my mother and where I was raised. I now live in Florida, where we are retired.

I'd love to hear any information that you have, especially about the Cadegan's in Ohio. Looking forward to hearing from you.


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