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Malarkey's from Boston

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Re: Malarkey's from Boston

Posted: 30 Aug 2009 2:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Camillegiglio:

Yes, I am alive & well in Pennsylvania.

There has been a lot of research done in the 4-5 years since I posed the question of sibilings ! My Gr. Grand Father Michael Mullarkey / Malarkey (1855-1858) arrived in the USA in May 1880, and was listed in June 1880 Census as son of James (1832) & Mary Caviston (1833) Malarkey in Archbald, Pennsylvania. This was determined not to be correct. James was probably an uncle.

James & Mary came from the Border area of Co. Mayo & Sligo.
There are two Family groups of Mullarkey's. I have just finished some research on these Malarkey / Mullarkey Families. It is a 5 page "word document" and can not be attached.

Write to me at EJLJBL@aol.com and I'll send it as an attachment.

If you find some connection to your Boston Malarkey's, I would truly be interested.

Ed (Pat) Logan of Philly
PS: My Mother was Malarkey, Dau of John, Son of Michael.




SubjectAuthorDate Posted
bricater1 16 Apr 2000 11:50AM GMT 
HMINSER 7 May 2001 5:17AM GMT 
EdPatLogan 27 Nov 2004 1:19PM GMT 
cocorep925 30 Aug 2009 5:50PM GMT 
Ed logan 30 Aug 2009 8:01PM GMT 
eguillorn1 7 Sep 2010 10:57PM GMT 
EdwardJLogan 8 Sep 2010 1:33AM GMT 
EdwardJLogan 8 Sep 2010 1:50AM GMT 
Daisy49_1 8 Sep 2010 1:05AM GMT 
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