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Genealogy in Clare.
This Clare genealogy group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in Clare, offering a genealogy chatroom, Clare genealogy links and an Clare genealogy message forum
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I am looking for any information on the Burke family living in Fahanlunaghta More, Kilmanaheen, Co. ClareMy gg grandfather Michael Burke was born around 1855, emigrated to Queensland Australia in the 1870's. His parents were Thomas Burke and Mary…Continue
Hi everyone,I am interested in the families who lived in either of these two places during the 1800's. If anyone knows they have a connection with these locations, I would like to hear from you. I believe there might have only been a handful of…Continue
Hi all,When I google this fellow now I get more than a page of results that are all my posts, so I am sorry if you've heard about him before. However, on the offchance that I haven't spammed the whole world yet.....Patrick O'KEEFE born 1811 in…Continue
My gg grandparents John Haren and Hannah (Murphy) Haren were married in Feb, 1852. They had at least 12 children;Patrick - Oct, 1852 emigrated to Australia.Michael - Aug, 1854 emigrated to Australia.John - Dec, 1956 married Nora Tubridy of…Continue
From the Tithe Applotment books dated 1826, there was only one Crowley with land in that area, and he was James Crowley. In Griffiths Valuation of 1855 there were 3 Crowley's in the area; James, Patrick and Martin (my gg g/father). Looking to…Continue