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DARCY D'ARCY Mary Anne born Conaught, Galway Ireland 1834

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Not much is known of Mary Anne..havent found her for sure on any shipping records. She married John Hansen Howarth (see Howarth entry) in Melbourne 1853.
She died in 1920 in Victoria.

Surnames: D'arcy Darcy Howarth
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on 2006-08-28 08:03:00

vickieoz , from Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2006. is researching the following names: TRICE, ASHCROFT, BUCHANAN and 39 other(s).

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by Colm on 2007-04-14 10:32:27

Seeking information on:-

Matthew Peter D`Arcy B-1821 M-1860 in Castledaly,Gort,Co Galway in Castledaly,they had 9 Children, Lived for sometime in, Loughlinstown,Co,Dublin, and Kilcroney, Co Wicklow


by Colm on 2007-05-29 07:46:15

Colm Smith,making coirrection to Posting:-14/4/07


by Robbob on 2009-01-30 20:34:02

. Edward Southwell FitzGerald, Capt. Hon., * 1864, +, Md. 1884, Margaret Mary DArcy, d. of Matthew P. DArcy, of Kilcroney.

by Robbob on 2009-01-30 21:13:10

From the Visitation of Ireland: A wee bit of info for you all.

Edward Plunkett Burke,= born at 55 Pembroke Road, Dublin, i July, bapt. at Haddington Road Catholic Church 17 July 1866; Lieut. 2nd Battalion King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment.) =Christina Juliana Mary, dau. of Matthew Peter D'Arcy of Clonmines, co. \Ve.\- ford, and Kilcroney, co. Wicklow, M.P., J.P., and D.L., by Christma Mar- garet his wife, dau. of James Daly of Castle Daly, co. Galway, J. P. and D.L. ; born 7 February, bapt. at West- land Row Church 13 February 1867; marr. at Donnybrook Catholic Church, Dublin, 19 March 1892.

by Robbob on 2009-01-30 21:38:34

Wicklow, Ireland, the latter part of the 1870s: 1. Thomas Darby, address Bray, owned 358 acres. 2. Matthew P. D'Arcy, address Kilcroney, Bray, owned 119 acres.

by PeterH7 on 2010-10-02 10:58:04

I suppose Mary Anne might just be the sister of Matthew Peter D'Arcy, or at least some relative. His wife, Christine Margaret Daly may be my great grand mother's sister. She was Mary Daly, then Johnston.

by vickieoz on 2010-10-02 20:47:15

hopefully some more information may come to light...wish I knew more about her. *sigh* :)

by Colmp on 2010-11-11 10:25:28

While I have built up a file of the Christina Daly/Matthew P.D`Arcy family, His Father was John D`Arcy whoo was Lord Mayor of Dublin ,Matthew himself was Member of Parliment for Wexford. Records show that the had 6 children but I hold a family Bible showing they had 9 children John, the father lived in Raheny Lodge,Dublin Matthew and Christina lived in Shanganagh House,Loughlinstown,Kilcroney Castle (or House ) Bray,(still standinding and used as a Scool) The town house was in MerrionaSquare


by vickieoz on 2010-11-15 03:39:05

did you come across Mary Ann as one of the children??

by Colmp on 2010-11-17 06:20:50

M.P,D`Arcy (B.18/6/1821) son of John D`Arcy (B. in Coolmine Co Wexford)
John purchased the Anchor Brewery,Usshers st Dublin (£35,000 said to be equal to £4.000.000 to-days money).Employed over 400 people, purchased and closed by Guiness`s in 1926, Later purchased by the Dublin City Corp. and use to-day as a Housing, it is sited on the hill near Christ Church. the site runs down to the banks of the Liffey River

by Colmp on 2010-11-17 06:27:26

on re-reading my posted reply I realised that I omitted to answer your question.
I have done little research into the D`Arcys previous to M.P.D`A and found no Mary Ann.


by Colmp on 2010-11-17 06:27:40

on re-reading my posted reply I realised that I omitted to answer your question.
I have done little research into the D`Arcys previous to M.P.D`A and found no Mary Ann.


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