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Corcorans' of Coolykeerane, Millstreet Cork

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Re: Corcorans' of Coolykeerane, Millstreet Cork

Posted: 17 May 2012 12:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Dan,

Its not unusual to see phoenetic spellings of Corcoran...was often up to the priest, as many were illiterate in the day....I see it occasionally in my own line. I have a line of Corkrans on my Mom's side (no jokes please, they emmigrated 60 years apart)from Dorchester, Md. who have spelled it that way their entire time in the US, since before 1800. Probably the boat captain or pursor spelled it that way...they never changed it back, but they know they're really Corcorans'. No Nagles' in my travels just yet...Mike
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kalishoek1 29 Jan 2010 8:21AM GMT 
dorourke1964 16 May 2012 3:26PM GMT 
MikeCorcoran 16 May 2012 7:13PM GMT 
dorourke1964 16 May 2012 7:43PM GMT 
MikeCorcoran 17 May 2012 6:52PM GMT 
johnbarro 27 Jan 2013 6:39PM GMT 
MikeCorcoran 28 Jan 2013 4:35AM GMT 
johnbarro 6 Feb 2013 2:28PM GMT 
johnbarro 26 Jan 2013 2:31AM GMT 
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