The Irish had a naming system that I believe carried on through generations. You mentioned Daniel, John, we don't have a an old Timothy in my (Horgan) Harrigan line- that I know of. David Daniel Horgan married Christiana Hearn (Ahearn)about about 1820 and left Co. Cork in the mid to late 1820's, we believe. They lived in Albion, Peel County Ontario, Canada before settling in Ellis Twp. of Perth County by the late 1830's. They had children: Daniel, David, Eleanor, William, and we believe also; Margaret, Catherine, Edward, and possibly John and Francis. There were two Catholic Priests named David Horgan and Daniel Horgan who were uncle and nephew, born in the Macroom area. Ballyvournay- I believe. I can't find any Internet sites that have a transcription of people buried in the cemetery. The church records state;
Rev. Daniel Horgan CC
Parish Of Birth
Date Of Death
Place Of Death
The Presbytery, Schull, Co. Cork
Place Of Burial
The family burial plot Macroom, Co. Cork
The Solemn Requiem Mass took place at St. Patrick's Church, Dunmanway, Co. Cork.
Would you know if there is a place that this information would be posted? Any help is much appreciated.