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Re: Anne Jones message
Posted by: Anthony McCan (ID *****4891) Date: November 23, 2009 at 03:18:58
In Reply to: Anne Jones message by William D. Henry of 54

Dear Bill, About this Sausse family in Tipperary I have some information for you. You see, one of my GG grandfathers was a Patrick Hayden of Carrigbeg who married a Bridget Sausse in 1803. Like all good ancestors should he kept a journal of family events and in the front of it a family tree of his ancestors including the Sausse family.
His Sausse tree starts with a Peter Sausse b. about 1680.
He married a White. Their son Mathew married a Morony
They had 2 sons Peter and James. These are all early 18th century with no dates and no doubt lts of other children not mentioned.
Now we get into firmer territory. Peter born c. 1730 married Catherine Walsh in 1755. He died 1817, she died 1798. They had 4 children Ellen who m.Harney, Margaret who m. John Slattery in 1797, Pierse of whom I know nothing and Bridget whom. Patrick Hayden in 1803.
Back now to the other son James. He m. Mary Fitzpatrick c. 1760. They had a son Richard b.c. 1761, died in Toulouse 1832 and Mary who m. Peter Kennedy in 1799.
Richard m. twice first in 1786 to Catherine Scully and secondly to Jane Duffy in 1796. By he first he had two daughters, Mary and Catherine. Mary m. Wm. O'Donnell in 1808 while Catherine d.y. 1792. By the second marriage there were 12 children, Susan, James, John, Richard (Major-General de la Saussaye in the Spanish army),, Ellen, Jane, Anne, Mathew (Sir Mathew Sausse, Chief Justice in Bombay),
Charles, Belinda, Catherine and Maria.
Patrick Hayden was very close to Richard, who had a private bank in Carrick When his bank collapsed in 1827, he and his wife and most of his daughters went to Toulouse where they assumed the name de la Saussaye He died 1n 1832.
I don't know anything beyond this generation but given the circumstances it is possible that a son could have moved to the Boherlahan area.

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