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Hello, I am trying to research something of my gr.gr.g'mothers origins in Ireland.

Question by joann731

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on 2011-07-16 21:32:07

joann731 , from Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2011. is researching the following names: OSULLIVAN, HOARE, MENNER and 4 other(s).

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by Boru on 2011-07-16 22:12:01

you have to give some info ... her name, birthdate, place of birth, Spouses name, siblings or parents names etc ... maybe someone here will know and help you ...

by Boru on 2011-07-16 22:21:21

You can also check on this site ...


by joann731 on 2011-07-16 22:36:20

Unfortunately my information on her before she emigrated to Australia is very limited, and I have therefore long hesitated to try.
Her name was Ellen Besa Catherine O'Sullivan
She was born in Ireland,(no evidence) in 1835;
Her father's name was Patrick.
It would seem she arrived in South Australia around 1856, or at the latest 1857, the year she married Julius Gustav Robert Nenke.
I realise this may be just too little to go by - I have tried the "Shipslists" of Irish Imigrants without result so far.
Jo-ann Hoare

by JohnCrowley on 2019-06-24 10:26:37

My name is John Crowley

I was reared in Kilderring Cloyne Co. Cork
My Mother who was Cosgrave born in 1917 was reared by Horare family in Kilderring, as her aunt married a James Hoare.
they had no family so my mother purchased the Hoare house when she got married to a Patrick Crowley. She looked after the Hoare family until they passed away.

Churchstown South Cloyne would have been the nearest Graveyard. These records will be kept in the Parish records in Cloyne
if you want to email me my contact details are jcrowley@diacom.ie

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