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Hanifin/Noonan/Sullivan from Tennessee
Posted by: Kathy Arnold (ID *****7178) Date: April 11, 2012 at 19:04:20
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I'm looking for any information on William H. Hanifin, (b:1837) wife Elizabeth Noonan Hanifin, (B:1847) Timothy Hanifin, (B:1833) wife Catherine, James,Hanifin, wife Mary Shea Hanifin Shannon, Patrick Hanifin, wife, Mary Curran Hanifin, Catherine Hanifin Sullivan, husband, Murty Sullivan., They all lived in Tennessee at one time or another. Most of them are buried in Calvary Cemetery here in Nashville, TN. They originally came from the Dingle area, County Kerry, Ireland, sometime around the late 1850's. I believe they come in through Massachusetts, but settled in Nashville, TN. I also believe that there may be descendants or at least someone who knows of my relatives in Massachusetts, St. Louis, Mo, California, Alabama and in Tennessee. William and Elizabeth Noonan Hanifin are my great, great grandparents. Their children were,(my great grandmother: Elizabeth Hanifin Woods, Husband: Lawrence F. Woods, great aunts: Nell Hanifin Shingleton, husband: James Shingleton, Mollie Hanifin Connelly, Husband: Tom Connelly, Kate Hanifin Hines, Husband: Ed Hines.


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