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MULKERN FAMILIE

john (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jul 1999 1:40PM GMT
DOES ANYONE KNOW ANY MULKERINS OR MULKERRINS OR MULKERN OR MULCERN FAMILIES E MAIL ME

MULKERN

Sandy (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jul 1999 6:17AM GMT
HI,
I am researching MULKERIN, MULKERN
etc. Michael J. MULKERN b.1840. Emigrated to
Boston, MA. Married to Catherine GALLIVAN (GALVIN).

Mulkerin,Mulkern, McCurn

Posted: 19 Aug 1999 1:22PM GMT
Edited: 21 May 2004 9:14PM GMT
I am reserching my husband's family. We now go by the name of McCurn and have for the last two generations. Thomas Mulkerin came from Inishmann,Aran Islands, Galway, Ireland
around 1855 and settled in Oneida county,NY.
Any similiarities?

MULKERN

Sandy MULKERN-KOLOSEY (View posts)
Posted: 26 Aug 1999 7:37AM GMT
Hi there,
I don't understand why I was not notified
of your posting. I am glad that I checked.
My father was a Thomas Mulkern, his family from the Galway region.
Let's chat.
Sandy MULKERN-Kolosey skmkolosey@earthlink.net

MULKERN

Sandy MULKERN-KOLOSEY (View posts)
Posted: 26 Aug 1999 7:38AM GMT
Hi John,
Let's chat. e-mail me
skmkolosey@earthlink.net
I have tons of MULKERNS/MULKERRINS

Sandy MULKERN-Kolosey

MULKERN

Sandy MULKERN-Kolosey (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 1999 9:00PM GMT
Hi there,
Yes, I know a few.
Have we communicated previously? I am searching for the descendents of Michael J. MULKERN b. 1840 in Ireland d. 1916. He had a son John Thomas b. 1881 in Boston d. 1953. In later life John Thomas was married to Ethel Cogswell Burns. He died a year later.
Lets chat. There is a lot more.
Sandy Mulkern-Kolosey skmkolosey@earthlink.net

Thomas Mulkerin Family

Mary Mulkerin (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 1999 8:01PM GMT
I am trying to locate any information about my father's family. His name was Thomas Joseph Mulkerin and his father's name was Thomas Mulkerin. He was married to Sara O'Donnell and they came her from Ireland. I don't know where they originated. They had 6 children...Michael, Patrick, Catherine, Sally, my father Thomas, and one other son, whose name I cannot remember. Thomas and Sara died in the Pittsburgh area in the l918-l920 flu epidemic. I was removed from my parent's care at the age of 10 and have no living relatives to get information from. Would appreciate hearing from anyone with any information. Thank you.

MULKERN, MULKEARN, MULKERIN

Sandy Mulkern-Kolosey (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 1999 12:14AM GMT
Hello,
I am researching MULKERN, MULKERIN, MULKEARN.
My Great-grandfather was Michael J. MULKERN
b. 840 in Ireland, possibly Galway. He emigrated to North America by 1858. He married Catherine F. Gallivan b. 1841 in St Johns, Newfoundland.
Eventually they settled in South Boston. they attended St Augustine Church.It was there that their seven children were baptised.
The children were:
Mary Ann b. 1872
Michael J. b. 1880
John Thomas b. 1881
James Joseph b. 1884
Catherine Agnes b. 1887
Possibly an Ellen or a Timothy
Related names are : PURCELL, FAHERTY, LAFLIN

Thanks,
SMK

Mulkern of Co. Galway

Posted: 8 Dec 1999 11:25AM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 3:03PM GMT
Sandy,
You said that you have "tons of Mulkerns"
Might you have a Martin, b. 1MAY1824 in Galway, d. 1883 in Dedham(borders Boston). He was married to Marie Coleman, b. 1823 in Galway and d. 21JUN1879 in Boston. I believe that they were married in IRE. Arrived in Boston 1APR1848. Martin's parents were Martin and Mary. Marie's parents were Samuel and Julia. Any info is appreciated.
Kathy
evmccloud@prodigy.net

Dedham, MA

Bill Mulkern (View posts)
Posted: 9 Dec 1999 6:54PM GMT
According to my father, "a lot" of Mulkerns settled in Dedham and Norwood, Massachusetts, mid-19th c. He and I once took a stroll around a cemetery in Dedham, where his parents, uncles/aunts, and grandparents are buried. He pointed out an uncommon number of stones for "other" Mulkerns, not known to be immediately related.

However, the common destination suggests a connection. My father's surviving brother, John, traced our line back to Timothy, who came over in 1856. I'm not certain if county of origin is known.

In Boston, there was a police chief named Martin Mulkern, who died relatively recently. Since "Martin" is not a common Christian name, maybe it came down to him.
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