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Summit Hill Irish - What townlands in Donegal?
Posted by: Patricia Shirock (ID *****7537) Date: February 25, 2005 at 06:01:28
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I've been told that most of the early Irish in Summit Hill, Carbon County, PA, came from the county of Donegal. None of the few records in this country indicate which townland anyone came from. Perhaps those townland names were passed on to some of the descendants. In particular, I'm interested in where the McHughs, Gallaghers, Boyles, Carrs, Breslins, Duffys and Sweeneys came from as they all seem to have some relationship to each other. But any townland of any early Irish family would be helpful.


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