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Ireland-->Australia: RYNNE and MULHOLLAND families

Journal by allycat

Dear Readers, I'm assisting a relative of mine with their research. Any interested parties please respond by commenting at the bottom of this journal.

Wishing to contact any descendants of the Rynne Family who migrated from County Clare, Ireland, in the mid nineteenth century.I am the great grandson of Darby/Jeremiah Rynne, born in 1849, the son of John Rynne and Ellen Fitzpatrick from County Clare. Ireland - perhaps Inagh, Ennistymon or Lisdoonvarna.

If you are a Rynne descendant from this area or have any information on the Rynne family, I would appreciate contact from you.

Darby had an unmarried brother, John, who lived and died in Australia and a sister, Ellen, who married Thomas Bermingham and lived in the Clifton area, Queensland, Australia. It is believed he had another brother, Michael, who migrated to the United States in the 1860's.

I would also like to contact any relatives or anyone who knew Michael T. Rynne, born 4th June 1894, ex aircraft engineer, last known address in 1944 was 840 So. Hobart Blvd. Apt.603, Los Angeles, California. U.S.A. Any information you can send me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Brian Rynne (Australia)

MULHOLLAND - William James Mulholland migrated to Australia in 1874 on the ship "Indus". Jim, as he was known, had a brother Joseph and a sister Ada. The family came from County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Jim's parents were John William Mulholland and Sarah nee Johnson. Any contact with information on this family ancestors would be appreciated.

Brian Patrick RYNNE and Rita MULHOLLAND family homepage

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allycat , from sunny Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2006. is researching the following names: VOSS, DENNER, DINNER and 610 other(s).

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