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Red River County Finigan
Posted by: Rhonda Barber (ID *****7524) Date: January 14, 2009 at 04:44:27
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*Five O'Finigan brothers come to America during the Irish Potato Famine.(1845-1852) Not all on same ship.

* All five O' Finigan brothers drop the "O" in the last name.

* One Finigan brother helped begin the Armor Meat Company. * One Finigan brother went "up north."
* One Finigan brother went to Texas.
* One Finigan brother was hanged.
* One Finigan brother went to California, probably San Franscico.

Possible brothers names:

Owen Finigan
Mike Finigan
Peter Finigan
Patrick Finigan
Arthur Finigan
James Finigan
Jim Finigan
Miles Finigan

* A brother Frank Finigan was left in Liverpool, England. * Maggie and Margaret are female family names.

* One of the five Finigan brothers was Miles(married to Margaret or "Maggie").Miles emigrated in 1852 on the ship Merlin. I am Miles O'Finigan's decendant.

Miles came first to New York in 1852, moving to Cincinnati, Ohio where he sold flowers. Children: Jim, Maria, Margaret, Owen, Julia. Later Miles Finigan moved to Texas, selling land that eventually became part of Paris, Texas. Son, Owen Finigan married Mary Elizabeth Montgomery, living in states of Arkansas and Texas (Lamar, Red River counties)

Looking for lost Finigan brothers of Miles!! Or any connection with Owen Finigan, or sons James, Arthur, Delbert Tuggle "Hat." Any connect out there?

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