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Hourihane

Diane Workman (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jun 2001 1:57AM GMT
Looking for John Hourihane b.c.1831
Ireland married to Bridget b.c.1835
children Jeremiah B.c.1855 married
Mary Crotty, Timothy, b.c.1961, James
b.c.1864 married Mary McDonald,Thomas
b.c.1867, John b.c. 1869, Mary E.b.c.
1871 all born Newport, South Wales,

Re: Hourihane

Matt (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jan 2003 3:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
I don't know if we are related, but I need to find out more about my surname, my family are from Ireland and Wales.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

Matt Hourihane

Re: Hourihane

Diane Workman (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jan 2003 4:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
just read your note , back after hols - my husband's
mothers side (can't remember my listing?) Her parents
were first cousins - Mary Ellen Hourahine & James Frederick
Hourahine mar. 7 dec. 1914 Newport, S. Wales. There
parents were hers-James Hourihane & Mary McDonald
and his Jeremiah Hourihan & Mary Crotty - the parents
of James and Jeremiah are John Hourihane & Bridget ?
from Ireland - thats about it apart from the siblings
any help? please let me know good luck, diane workman

Re: Hourihane

Louise Hourihane (View posts)
Posted: 8 Mar 2003 5:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
If you need any info on the Hourihan/e's -we are from West Cork in Ireland. All of us! Drop me a line - I would love to hear from my cousins.
Kind Regard,
Louise Hourihane

Re: Hourihane

Posted: 20 Apr 2003 3:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
dianne Im begining to research hourahine and have been in contact with a mike hourihaine email me and i will forward his number we all seem to be doing the same thing and are at about the same level of research
pam moss

Re: Hourihane

Posted: 23 Apr 2003 8:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
I thought that I wiuld contact you I am related to diannes husband we are cousins, our parents are Hourahine, mine Vera Winifred, Johns -- Mary Elizabeth a large family still resides here South Wales and I am in contact with a mike hourihane who is also researching his branch. so far were are no further , well i'm not than gt,gt, granfather john and bridget but its ealry days yet! bye pamela moss

Re: Hourihane

Posted: 3 May 2003 11:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hourihan, Canty, Kingston
Hi Louise,

Just thought it might be worth contacting you as my grandfather was Daniel Hourihan, but changed his name to Daniel Howard. His father was Mortimer Hourihan. Daniel spent some time in America, returned and married my grandmother Mary Canty also from around Clonakilty. They ended up living in East Cork, where I was born and raised.
If you had any information it would be greatly appreciated.

I'm now living in Australia.

Regards,
Cathy

Re: Hourihane

Posted: 25 May 2003 9:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 May 2003 9:51PM GMT
hi,saw your message, my dad is from bandon in cork.are we related?

Re: Hourihane

Posted: 26 May 2003 7:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Although you titled your query Hourihane, it is the Cantys of Clonakilty that interest me. Do you know anything about this family. My ggrandmother Catherine Dacey Canty emigrated from Clonakilty in the last half of the nineteenth century. We think her husband, Timothy Canty had died before she emigrated.

Re: Hourihane

Jan (View posts)
Posted: 15 Mar 2005 12:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Crotty/Hourihane
Hi, my great aunt Mary Crotty married Jeremiah Hourihane, any links out there, and can anyone help me with locating her father John?
Thanks Jan
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