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Re: McCallum of York County Posted on: 04 Aug 2006, by Ian Mitchell

Localities > North America > Canada > Ontario > York

...after the marriage, not even in the 1851 Census which was taken four years later. Your ancestor, Dr. Dillane, seems to have been the principal physician around the area at the time; I have seen his name on ...

Theresa Kathryn Markstrom Posted on: 06 Feb 2000, by Kathleen Dillane Fulwiler

Localities > North America > United States > States > Oregon > Counties > Multnomah

...14, 2000. She was 95. She was born Nov. 18, 1904 in Portland,Ore., to 1st Assistant Fire Chief James Dillane Jr. and Bertha Schramm Dillane. Theresa grew up and attended school in Portland. She married Carl G. Mark...

Fury>Feury>County Clare Posted on: 12 Oct 2003, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Clare > General

Mary, James and Thomas Fury were born at Lakyle North, around 1837. There were at least three other siblings a Bridget, who married a Griffin and another sister, who married a Mulvihill. We think ther...

St. Johns Church - Tralee Records Posted on: 23 Jan 2000, by Niall

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Records of Baptisms and Marriages Held at St. John’s Church, Tralee.From an inspection of the registers done in Tralee in the 1980's. Dates range from 1856 - 1876... Most concern the TANGNEY/TAGN...

Re: Limerick or Kerry Posted on: 23 Aug 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Sean, Eily Hogan is a wonderful lady and we think her Mary Dillane and my William Dillane are probably siblings. Look forward to gettting the information from you. I am also related to the Fury family as William...

Dillane Fitzgerald Phelan Posted on: 16 Dec 2004, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Mary, I am in contact with the local historian in Glin, so I am sure that we can help you with the search. I will have a copy of both books available early March. I will send my personal details to...

Re: Dillon or Dillane Posted on: 05 Jun 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

...Jodie, We are all related far back and probably arrived with the Normans with the surname of Delaine. Dillane surname belongs to Limerick and Kerry. My Dillanes are from Kinard, Glin a few miles from Athea w...

Re: Dillon or Dillane Posted on: 05 Jun 2005, by  mildredethel1...

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

yes he came out with 2 brothers and a cousin on the lord dalhousie for burning hay stacks i have a copy of the trial transcript the cousin was a patrick stack i am the grand daughter of olga may dillo...

Re: Stephen O Reilly 1923 Glin Posted on: 21 Dec 2004, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Kathleen, No I live in Queensland, Australia, but I have just returned from three weeks in the area. Related to the Dillanes from Kinard, Fury's and Griffins from Glenagragra, but before there Co....

Re: Dillon or Dillane Posted on: 04 Jun 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Jodie, Is your John Dillane the one that was transported to Tasmania? Regards, Mary

Re: Dillon or Dillane Posted on: 04 Jun 2005, by  mildredethel1...

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

i am a direct decendant of john dillane/dillon i would love to hear from you so i can start to fill in the gaps kindest regards jodi

Dillon or Dillane Posted on: 11 Jan 2001, by  MaryKing33

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Our name was changed from Dillon to Dillane when our family arrived in Australia. Our people came from the area of Limerick and Kerry around Glin. A few more details on Kerry site. Hoping to hear from you, i...

DILLANE Posted on: 20 Jul 1999, by Sharon Ross

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

DILLANE John. born 1817 Athea West Limerick, married to Johanna Moore. Transported to VDL (Tasmania AUST) as a convict, arrived 1852 on the " Lord Dalhousie " from Limerick.

Dillane Posted on: 26 Jul 2001, by Tim Geaney

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

My Dillane relatives are now living in Templeglantine, Co Limerick, which is not too far from Athea. We may well have connections, tho' at present I don't have much in the way of Dillane family history.

Re: Dillane or Dillon (David, Edmund/Edward) Posted on: 17 Nov 2005, by K.D.Alvarez

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

I have a line of Dillons with the same names. David Dillon, son of Edmund/Edward Dillon, born about 1800 in Listowel, emigrated circa 1847, with wife and children, settled Dubuque IA in 1854. One of D...

Kerry baptisms Posted on: 12 May 1999, by Pat O'Connor

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

From: Donalene@aol.com To: OCONNOR-L@rootsweb.com O'Kief, Coshe Mange, Slieve Lougher, and Upper Blackwater in Ireland by Casey vol 4 Birth & Baptism 1859-69, Castleisland Parish, Barony of T...

Your Lucky DAY!!!!! Posted on: 17 Feb 2000, by  bbrassil

Surnames > Gallivan

...the Ballylongford parish records. the Gallivan family was very intertwined with the STACK, LYNCH and DILLANE families on what i have. I also have McElligott & Lynch name in my line we must talk! e-mail...

Researching the family tree Posted on: 28 Feb 2000, by MICHAEL JAMES TALBOT

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

I have been able to compile a family history of the TALBOT family for some years with the help of my second cousin Betty O`Carroll nee Talbot who sadly died in 1999. I would like to network with any ...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 12 Jan 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Hi Dave, I know of only one Dillane/Stack connection in the area. Thomas Dillane of Donnard was married twice first time to a McAvoy with most if not all the children from the first marriage migrated.. The second m...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 05 Jun 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Hi Dave, I don't have any additional to add at this time except to say treat the area around Glin, Limerick and Tarbert, Kerry as one. Also they usually married in the local church of the bride. Mc Ma...

Re: Tarbert and Ballylongford Posted on: 12 Jul 2001, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Kate i would like any details of marriages that involve Dillane surname in this area. My people came from Tarbert.

Tarbert and Ballylongford Posted on: 25 Sep 1999, by  katemooers

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

I have a lot of Brandon marriages in the Tarbert and Ballongford area . please write for details

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 12 Jan 2005, by Mary Dillon

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Hi Dave, Michael Dillane with parents John Dillane and Johanna Lynch was baptized 2 September 1889 parents address is given as Tarmons with the godparents given as Edumund and Catherine Anglim. There is also a Jame...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 12 Jan 2005, by dave edwards

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...any more info about any of the parties? RE: the widow Anglim. What I know is that on Nov 22, 1888 John Dillane married a widow, Johanna Anglim, who had a 60 acre farm and 6 children. They had an additional ...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 11 Jan 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Mary Dillane ( father Matthew Dillane of Dooncaha) married Patrick Bunce ( father Patrick Bunce of Tarmons) 11 February 1886, Catholic Church Tarbert.. I am also wondering if when you talk about the widow Johanna A...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 04 Jan 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Hi Dave, I think I have some data on your Dillane connections., I am in the process of checking. Also have family connections still living in Movyane. They took me to the old graveyard of Movyane, they will ...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 04 Jan 2005, by dave edwards

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Unaware of any connections. dde

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 04 Jan 2005, by K.D. Alvarez

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Seeking information concerning siblings of David Dillane/Dillon, born Listowel ca 1810, married Mary O'Leary ca 1828. Father of David likely named Edmund/Edward. David and Mary Dillon emigrated 1848 to Pitt...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 02 Jan 2005, by Dave Edwards

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

Mary: Very interested in any Dillane/Dillon information you may have that may include my ancestors. My Grandfather Michael Joseph Dillon came to the US in 1888. He was a "Dillane" in Kerry, became a &qu...

Re: Dillane or Dillon, Lloyd, Carrigan,Reilly, Guthrie,O'Leary Posted on: 14 Jun 2005, by K.D.Alvarez

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...in the 1850 PA census. In any event, I'm still seeking siblings and descendants of siblings of David Dillane/Dillon, b. Listowel about 1810, married Mary O'Leahy about 1830. Immigrating children all born 18...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 13 Jun 2005, by Mary Dillon

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...is the data I have found that lists Dillanes and Dillons at the time of Griffths' Valuation. For the Dillane surname these counties had the following Clare 12, Derry 3, Galway 6, Kerry 114, Limerick 57 and T...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 15 Apr 2005, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...Griffths Valuation, 1901 and 1911 census all our families in the townlands surrounding Glin were written as Dillane. I think in the 1911 cesus there was one Dillon and the locals say, didn't come from the ar...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 14 Apr 2005, by K.D.Alvarez

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...states that King also differentiated between Dillons and Dillanes. Per O'Laughlin, King identified 58 Dillane households and 31 Dillon households on the Kerry 1901 census.O'Lauglin also states that King real...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 14 Apr 2005, by Mary Dillon

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...area of Kerry and Glin, Co. Limerick have roots that they know of from 1700. They said that Dillon and Dillane is not the same surname. The two eighty year olds plus, I spoke to said that although the Dillo...

Michael Dillon Posted on: 05 Aug 2000, by Janet Taylor

Surnames > Dillon

Michael Dillon (Dillane) born in Kilmallock, Limerick served in 11th Regiment of Foot around 1787. He was married married to a Hanora or Nora Connors. They had a son Michael and possibly William born 1821 an...

Michael Dillon Posted on: 05 Aug 2000, by Janet Taylor

Surnames > Dillon

Michael Dillon (Dillane) born in Kilmallock, Limerick served in 11th Regiment of Foot around 1787. He was married married to a Hanora or Nora Connors. They had a son Michael and possibly William born 1821 an...

JFK Posted on: 04 Feb 2003, by  deirdreadillo...

Surnames > Dillon

...somewhere in the distant past I am related to JFK on the Fitzgerald side. (My family name was changed from Dillane or spelling like that a couple of generations ago). Anyone with any advice on how to find ou...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 17 Nov 2005, by Dedria Noll

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Just found your postings on Dillane/Dillon family. I am looking for the family of my GGgrandfather his info is Edmund Dillon born 183? in Athea Ireland, he immigrated to New York approx 1856. He married an...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 02 Feb 2005, by  mathewdillon2...

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

...from the dillanes of athea ireland (please excuse the non use of capitals) my line decends from edmund dillane born 1814, and i think i have most infomation up to my dad. therefore i am now looking for infom...

Re: County Limerick Posted on: 27 Sep 2004, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

...the book West Limerick Families Abroad or Home Thoughts from Abroad, by Thomas Culhane? Shanagolden Dillane may be related. Do you have approximate dates of birth for the people you mentioned? Kindest Regard...

Re: HELP!!! Where is Clogogh? Posted on: 12 Oct 2003, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Jim, the townland you are looking for Clogough is more commonly know to-day as Kinard ( Kinnard). My Dillane family comes from there also.

Re: County Limerick Posted on: 30 Jul 2004, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Brian, Thanks I will see what I can do. Regards, Mary

Re: Canada search Posted on: 12 May 2004, by  carollinden53

Surnames > Dillon

Hi, Jesse I have an off-line Dillon database -- primarily Ontario Dillons put also other spellings. My Dillen line starts in Canada with Peter Dillen b. 1771 in France; m. Lavinia; Children: 1. Ro...

Re: County Limerick Posted on: 28 Jul 2004, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Brian, I will help if I can. What was the surname for the boys and do you have any idea of the names of their parents? Also do you know the name of the ship or the year they arrived in America. Reg...

Re: County Limerick Posted on: 09 Nov 2003, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

Hi Wayne, As your John is from Kinnard, we are definitely related. He is most likely the brother or first cousin of my great great grandfather William and his brother Thomas. If you can give me the na...

County Limerick Posted on: 12 Oct 2003, by Mary King

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Limerick > General

William Dillane was born at Kinnard, Glin Co. Limerick around 1817. He had two sons with his first wife Bridget Cregan Thomas and Patrick. He married Mary Fury around 1862. Their children were James, Thomas ...

Re: Looking for MULVIHILL/Kissane Listowel Posted on: 17 Sep 2003, by  allenkissane

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

...have traced back to my great great grandfather Michael Kissane. He was married to Johanna Dillon (Dillane) in County Kerry, Ireland about 1854. Johanna died about March 1,1902 in Ireland at age 64. That ...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 13 Apr 2005, by K.D.Alvarez

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

According to O'Lauglin's Families of County Kerry (drawing on J.King's works) the Dillane/Dillons/O'Duilleains were transplanted from Queens County (Leix) to County Kerry in 1608. He states that King lists ...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 17 Jan 2005, by liam dillane

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

i think we are related...ill ask my dad partick dillane whos fathers name was john who had 4 sons,pat,rob ned and tim. who is from between abbyfeale and newcasle west just wandering if these names mean anyt...

Re: Dillane or Dillon Posted on: 17 Jan 2005, by  mathewdillon2...

Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Kerry > General

I to am from the dillane family, edmund dillane of athea west limerick, any person wishing to share infomation, please contact me on my e-mail adress.

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