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Keoghs of Keoghville House, Co. Roscommon

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Keoghs of Keoghville House, Co. Roscommon

George Duffy (View posts)
Posted: 12 Aug 2001 9:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Keogh, O'Fallon
My mother's family of Keoghs were landowners in the parish of Taughmaconnell, Co. Roscommon,
until the late 1840's. Their home, Keoghville House, was situated in the townland of Carrownkeeran.
They also owned another house, Keoghville Lodge, nearby. The family had owned land in this area for
centuries. My gr-grandfather, John L. Keogh, emigrated 1st to England (London) in 1851, then to Old
Forge, PA in 1865. One prominent member of this family was John's 2nd cousin, Sir Alfred Keogh,
head of the British Army Medical Corps during WW1. I would very much enjoy hearing from any
other descendants of these Keoghs. Thank you. George Duffy
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
George Duffy 13 Aug 2001 3:29AM GMT 
HB Herlocker 12 Jul 2002 10:58PM GMT 
George Duffy 13 Jul 2002 6:13PM GMT 
HB Herlocker 13 Jul 2002 8:52PM GMT 
George Duffy 13 Jul 2002 11:59PM GMT 
Sheila 7 Oct 2002 8:26PM GMT 
patrickmarkke... 31 Jul 2007 3:22PM GMT 
knucklehead 2 Aug 2007 7:44PM GMT 
patrickmarkke... 31 Jul 2007 3:22PM GMT 
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