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McKeon''s Of NYC

Mary Posser (View posts)
Posted: 10 Jul 1999 7:01PM GMT
Looking for a connection to a Patrick McKeon b about 1840 m about 1860 in NYC to a Mary Webb. They had 10 Children: Bernard, Mary, Lizzie,Pheobe, Alice, Edward, Peter, John, John, Peter.

I realize John Peter are repeated but they each died young the name was used again, which the Irish often did.

Please email me
TIA
Mary

McKeon surname

Josephine Semeran (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jul 1999 3:33PM GMT
y grgreatgrandfather was Joseph P. Clavin (1845-1934. He married a Catherine McKeon in NY City on 13 Aug. 1865. Rev John McEvoy of St John the Evangelist Church performed the ceremony. Little is known about Catherine. Her maiden name is alternatively spelled McKeon McKeown in various records. She was born in Ireland on 11 June, most likely in 1848. Her parents were Dennis McKeon Mary Wood. No records of the family have been found it is not kown if she had any brothers or sisters. Joseph Catherine hd a total of 13 known chidren. Various addresses from 13 Dec 1867 @ 2 Central Park Terrace W.54th St. (bet 8 9th Ave) 1880 on 48th St. 1886 to 1907 on W. 47th. Catherine McKeon however died 13 Nov 1904 at 56 yrs old and was in Calvary Cemetary 16 Nov 1904 in the Clavin family grav. She died of a cerebral hemorhage. They ran a taxi/limo business in NY City Thats allI know about her but if any of this sounds even vaguely familiar contact me e-mail.

McKeon, Longford to NYC 1860''s

Posted: 19 Dec 1999 7:20AM GMT
Edited: 5 Jul 2001 4:30PM GMT
My McKeons lived N. Longford, and include Bernard, Thomas, Hugh, James, John, Michael, Catherine, Rosanna.
Emigrated NYC abt. mid 1860's. Connected names are Heslin, Brady, Igoe, Gorman, Reilly, Mulligan, Mahon.
katehanley@erols.com

Ferry''s of NYC

Mary (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 1999 1:06PM GMT
Sorry Katie, no relations here!
Good Luck!

McKeon

Mary (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 1999 1:08PM GMT
Sorry, Josephine none of that sounded Familar!
Good Luck!

MCKEON

DEBBIE (View posts)
Posted: 17 Jan 2000 7:37PM GMT
COULD YOUR JAMES MCKEON BE THE SAME JAMES MCKEON THAT MOVED TO NEW ORLEANS AND DIED APRIL 9,1899.

McKeon: Longford to NY to LA?

Posted: 18 Jan 2000 5:11AM GMT
Edited: 5 Jul 2001 4:30PM GMT
Interesting. My Catherine McKeon's (b. 1816-20, d. Ireland) son, Thomas Heslin moved to NYC in the late 1860's, and he had brothers John and James. Legend is that he arrived in New Orleans, traveling with cousins from Longford to help found a Catholic mission to care for the recently freed slaves. His cousins, Thomas John Heslin, both priests were also in LA, as were McKeon's, Gormans, Reilly's and Igo's, all Longford cousins. Father Heslin later became the Bishop of Natchez.
Tell me more about your James.

catherine mckeon

robert mckeon (View posts)
Posted: 15 Feb 2000 1:49AM GMT
my catherine mckeon was born in drunlish longford 14/01/1820

McKeon

Paul Poynton - Chicago (View posts)
Posted: 25 May 2000 9:02PM GMT
Any chance she had a sister named Anne McKeon, b.1835, married a William Hall Poynton supposedly from Longford?

riellys /byrnes/mckeons

Posted: 15 Jan 2001 10:55AM GMT
Edited: 3 Nov 2001 2:57PM GMT
i believe back somewhare in the line my granny had rielly connections from co longford as i was working up in longford for a while back five yrs ago i decided to look into it and i did a tiny bit of research to find out there were sheep farmers and cattledealers up there i got talking to a woman and it so happend that she had a aunty marie thresa that died in 1938 and wen i said i was her grandaughter she nearly fainted i was related to her
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