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Okay, Here's My Fadden line...

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Re: Okay, Here's My Fadden line...

Posted: 10 Nov 2011 5:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Fadden, Feeney
I have been paying attention; I went on ancestry during their free days last month. Here's what I've got

Helene Fadden was my great-grandmother (b. 10/3/1895, d. 3/1995) who would married Edward B. Thompson in 1925.

Helene’s parents were Edward (Jan 1867, PA) and Annie E. Feeney Fadden, born about March, 1868, married 1888. They had:
-William D
-Molly D
Leo
Helene 1895
Joseph
Edward
Gerald/Jerry C
(P Joseph Feeney (Annie's younger brother) living here in 1900) (b. 1873)

Edward was the son of Dominic(k) Fadden (1823-1825) and Bridget (Dec 1834), married in 1852 and immigrated in 1854. They had (in 1880 census)
Bridget
Mary Ann
Michael (store Clerk)
(Ellen) Ellie
Edward (1867), who was a Braker Boy in 1880
(Thomas) William 1875

In 1900 census Brigit is listed as having given birth of 11 children, 4 of which were living.

Annie E. Feeney's father was most likely Michael Feeney of Ireland (Coal Miner, 1833) was married to a Margaret (1837) had
Thomas 1863
John
Kate
Mary Ella (this would be Annie E)
Mathias/Matthew
Mary Ann
And P Joseph (which is how I connected the two families)

In 1870 the name was spelled Feney on the records; they also listed themselves as from Wales in 1870.

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