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Looking for descendants of James William LYNCH and Margaret CORCORAN

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James LYNCH (b. abt. 1829 Carlow, Ireland married Margaret CORCORAN (b. abt, 1828 Carlow, Ireland. They were married abt. 1849 in Carlow Ireland. Known children are Bridget Mary b. abt. 1850, Carlow, Ireland, married Samuel EVANS 1875, Victoria, Australia, Ellen b. abt. 1852, Carlow, Ireland, married Edward LAPISH 1882, Victoria, died 1890, Richmond, Elesha (Alicia) b. 19 January 1856, Richmond, Victoria, married John STYLES, died 19 March 1901, Richmond, Victoria, Ann (Annie) b. 1857, Richmond, married Louis WOOTTON 1880, Victoria, died 7 February 1920, Richmond and Patrick b. 1860, Richmond, Victoria, died 1868, Victoria.

Surnames: CORCORAN EVANS LAPISH LYNCH STYLES WOOTTON
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on 2011-02-15 06:36:50

tamarant has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2011. is researching the following names: AMARANT, FALVEY, BALDWIN and 5 other(s).

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by edmondsallan on 2011-02-15 14:52:28

Hi - these Lynchs may be related - a john lynch-b-1829 Galway Ireland migrated to west virgina & virgina m-Mary Moore- from Virginia. usa
WEbsite --> trbalpages.com has a family tree called " The legend of the
Lynchs " -- free viewing of ( 971 ) Lynchs ( to many to put in this reply ) related back to Ireland
Their are 14 James ' .Well worth looking at -I dare say their many other lynchs around the world in fact - Canada 200+ / usa 200 + /
Carrabean -200 + / Germany 200+ / Africa 23 / asia 21 / mexico 9
/ Australia & nz -25 + THey are all possibly all related and come back to one original family . Researching them may take awhile . Researching each country might be the way to go . Many other members may come to your assistance also . It is such a large ancestral family that many other families will be invovled
Regards -edmondsallan

by tamarant on 2011-02-19 16:07:38

G'day Edmond,

I've been researching this family for many years and they are proving difficult to trace. Any and assistance is appreciated. Cheers Tony Amarant

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