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O'Brien, O'Neill, and McKenna Family
Posted by: J. O'Brien Date: September 26, 2000 at 18:03:25
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Hi, I am looking for information on my great, great grandfather, Matthew O'Brien and his family. He was born b. 1830 in Ireland and d. 1901. His wife Catherine was b. 1830 in Ireland, and d. 1877.

They had six children:
1) Ellen b. 1853, m. William McKenna and lived in Beaver, PA.
Their children: Terrence Mathew bap. 1874, Margaretha bap. 1874, there may be others
2) James b. 1855, m. Ange Nora Blommingdale, and lived in New Cumberland, WV. and Washington County, OH.
3) John b. 1857, m. Alice, and lived in East Liverpool, OH.
Their children: Sophia b. 1882, Sarah b. 1884, Raphael b. 1887, Catherine b. 1890, Elmer b. 1893, and Noble b. 1897
4) Daniel b. 1860, lived in Pittsburgh, PA
5) Margaret b. 1863, m. James McKenna, and lived in Beaver, PA
6) Mary b. 1865 or 1867, m. Stephen O'Neill, and lived in West Bridgewater, PA

Matthew O'Brien lived with his daughter, Mary O'Neill the last few years of his life in West Bridgewater, PA where he died in 1901.

1907 Beaver Valley records show his daughters Ellen McKenna, Mary O'Neill, and Margaret McKenna living in Beaver, PA.



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