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Sullivans and OMahoneys of Cork

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Re: Sullivans and OMahoneys of Cork

Posted: 9 Oct 2013 10:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Oct 2013 10:42AM GMT
Hi Sue,

A couple of useful sites, although I did a quick look and didn't find a reasonable match. If you have names of any of Margaret's siblings, it might help in the searching.

irishgenealogy.ie
familysearch.org/search

Also, if you have access to ancestry, you could try searching on her married name, and then check immigration records. If she was named as a "friend" on someone else's trip (as a cousin or aunt), you might get clues based on their originating location.

There might also be clues in the names of her children, since the Irish tended to reuse family names. Perhaps Margaret had a sister Julia (or maybe that was Albert's mom) or Alice?

btw, 1900 Census shows Margaret as being born in March 1863, not that it means anything significant.

Also, finding her marriage record might help. Do you know where in NJ the oldest son was born? That might be a reasonable place to look.

Good luck,
John
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
sue1834tx 28 Sep 2013 12:49AM GMT 
ftcorkmdb 28 Sep 2013 6:51AM GMT 
sue1834tx 28 Sep 2013 12:35PM GMT 
Louise O 28 Sep 2013 6:49PM GMT 
sue1834tx 30 Sep 2013 12:53PM GMT 
jjcaffrey 9 Oct 2013 4:27PM GMT 
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