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Re: Help! Mike& Mary O'Donnell - 1870 census in London, Madison, Ohio - what then?
Posted by: Pat Daugherty (ID *****8932) Date: February 28, 2011 at 12:00:52
In Reply to: Re: Help! Mike& Mary O'Donnell - 1870 census in London, Madison, Ohio - what then? by John O'Donnell of 728

Hi John

thanks for all the information. I have the date of death for Timothy as tentative 1899. So I won't rule him out yer

I had the obits in Madison county papers checked and none for any Timothy, Charles but several Michael O'Donnells.

I have placed the family of Michael b 1827 and Catherine
O'Donnell as those buried in St Patrick's cemetery in London, Ohio. They are in the 1875 church census.
There is a Margaret Hynes buried there also. She is the wife of Patrick Hynes, they lived in Champaign County, Ohio and she died June 11, 1891. She was the daughter of Abner Heaton. She was born about 1832/33. Don't know if they connect to your Hynes family or not. Patrick came to America in 1859 age 35 b Sept 1824, Ireland; his sister Bridget Hynes arrived in 1869 age 31 born Oct 1838.

The Michael and Mary O'Donnell family are living in Pleasant twp. Franklin county Ohio in the 1880 census. try spelling O'Donald

the only other Timothy O'Donnell I have found is one b 1869 Greene county, Ohio son of Manus and Honora Bessy O'Donald. Several members of this family settled in London by 1880. Several members of this family are buried in St Patrick's cemetery also. But I can't find any other record of him after 1869.

also found the marriage record for Margaret McDonnell to Austin Gusinger married 24 Dec 1882.

Do you know the parents of Michael McDonnell, the cousin of Timothy or any information on him.

Kate and Agnes McDonnell were raised by their uncles Patrick and Edward Coleman, in census records they are listed as Coleman's not O'Donnells but that is the fault of the census taker. these two brothers raised their siblings and nieces.

I have a picture of Tommy O'Donnell in a horse and buggy but I don't know if he is the Thomas age 12 in the 1870 census as the son of Michael and Mary O'Donnell.

will let you know what I find on Timothy and Ellen, going to do some more checking


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