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Looking for info on Daniel Cornelius Reilly b. abt 1858

Looking for any info on Daniel Cornelius Reilly who arrives here in Australia in 1879, in 1880 he marries Annie Evans they go on to have 10 children, eventually living in Melbourne. It is stated on their marriage cert that Daniel's father was Denis Reilly, from Ireland!
Trying to find out where in Ireland he came from any help would be great hit a brick wall.
New info, thoughts are that Denis may of traveled to Suffolk England for work after his wife died in Ireland, he then marries a Lousia (no surname) and has a further 8 children, Sarah b. abt 1861, Thomas b. abt 1872, Mark b. abt 1876, William b. abt 1872, Lucy b. abt 1879, Lousia b. abt 1879, ? Martin and John....Daniel was said to be a farmer on his shipping records but other family members say he was a mariner....
Would love to know if anyone knows of this family!


Thanks,
Fran

Curran's of Newmarket Co Cork

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Ryan, Thomas

Looking for information on the following family: Thomas Ryan b. 1835 Bunratty area Co. Clare he married Mary Anne Connors in 1854 Limerick. His parents were Thomas and Nora/Sara Hickey any references to hometowns or places which are......
He was born at Bunratty Ireland , married in Limerick and died after suffering from SPINAL INJURY after horse riding accident at Leopold Victoria. He lived at Leopold on a farm with his wife Mary and there 5 living children .They Arrived in Australia in about 1856 as first daughter Bridget was born at sea.
Shipping Record
The name of the ship that they sailed to Australia, Melbourne;The General Hewett in 1856, arriving October the same year.
Passenger no.203 Thomas 25yrs of County Clare, R.C
Passenger no.204 Mary 26yrs of County Clare R.C
Passenger no.205 1 BOB infant
Education Thomas:R&R
Own assistance to Melbourne.
Obitury
Obitury states the following:
Ryan- on the 1st January, 1900, at Leopold, Thomas, the beloved husband of Mary Ryan aged 65 years, R.I.P. The funeral will leave his late residence, at 1.30pm., for the Eastern Cementery. Friends please accept this invitation. Wellington BROS., Undertakers, 122 Ryrie Street Geelong.

Connors, Mary Anne

Bury, Anne

Looking for information on Anne Bury. Birth and Death unknown .James Curran, Esq., brother to John Philpot Curran, Esq., to Miss Bury, daughter to John Bury of Rathmines, Co. Dublin Esq.

CURRAN, Anne ( ); 73; Drumilan ; Irish-American (NYC NY); 1857-5-23; n ???

Also in 1797 found the following:
I CAUTION THE PUBLIC NOT TO GIVE CREDIT TO MARY ANNE CURRAN OTHER WISE BURY, MY WIFE, AS I AM DETERMINED NOT TO PAY HER DEBITS. DUBLIN AUGUST 7TH 1797.

SIGNED JAMES CURRAN.

Campbell, Owen & Susan

Looking for information on Owen and Susan Campbell of Co. Rosscommon Ireland. Their daughter Margaret b.1842 married in Geelong Victoria Australia to a John Evans in 1864.
Trying to find Owen and Susan's homeplace/town and other sibs. Going to Ireland next year.

Curran, James

Looking for any information on a James Curran b.1757 Newmarket, Cork Ireland.
There can be no doubt as to the identity of this latter James Curran;Walker's Hibernian magazine, 1 May, 1791, has the announcement: James Curran, Esq., brother to John Philpot Curran, Esq., to Miss Bury, daughter to John Bury of Rathmines, Co. Dublin Esq. All John Philpot Curran's brothers as well as his sister, Mrs Graham,predeceased him. Laurence Curran, the second son, succeeded his father as Seneschal of Newmarket.