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Seery of Ballimore Westmeath

Alberto Savaglia (View posts)
Posted: 9 Jan 2000 12:20PM GMT
I´m tracing all Seerys families of Westmeath. Many of them settled in Argentina. Please contact me

Westmeath Seerys

Posted: 8 Feb 2000 5:33PM GMT
Edited: 6 May 2002 5:33AM GMT
I am presently researching two branches of the Seery
family that emmigrated to Australia in
1... 1830's
2... 1860's

The naming line in both instances were Michael, Thomas,
Patrick etc for males and Bridget, Mary, Catherine for
the females

I estimate over 1,000 Seery's in Australia
spread over the continent

Terry Seery

Seerys in Westmeath and Argentina

Alberto Savaglia Cormack (View posts)
Posted: 12 Feb 2000 1:25AM GMT
I also tracing the Seerys from Westmeath a village town Ballimore. Please contact me
Alberto Savaglia Cormack.

Westmeath Seerys

Posted: 23 Feb 2000 5:31PM GMT
Edited: 6 May 2002 5:33AM GMT

The information I have on Ballymore (note spelling) is that which was internet sourced from the Church of the Latter Day Saints and included
Catherine x2, Daniel, Ellenor, Francis, James x 2, Jane, Margaret, Mary, Patrick

The surnames of the mothers were Coughlan, Farrell, Moran, Malone, Price, Carty

Terry Seery

Mary Seery

Wallace Ayres (View posts)
Posted: 10 Mar 2000 7:30PM GMT
My grandmother came to the U.S. from Moate in Westmeath around 1900. She listed her mother as MARY SEERY and her father as Frank
Aspin (or Aspel).She married Arthur DeVeau in New Jersey.

Your Mary Seery

Posted: 13 Mar 2000 3:34PM GMT
Edited: 6 May 2002 5:33AM GMT
My inquiries centre around my great grandfather Thomas and his (apparent) brother Michael children of Michael Seery (c1808)and Ann Cowley of Westmeath

These two left Ireland in 1860/61 arriving in New South Wales Australia and creating a large family

A second Michael Seery born c1808 also had children Thomas and Michael (arriving 1833) and the son Michael also raised a large family in an area of New South Wales Australia not physically far from that of my ancestors
(ie) about 100 miles. Michael c1808 also came from Westmeath Ireland. A number of his descendents spelt their surname SEARY and went from New South Wales to Queenaland in Australia.

Your inquiry might suggest you are researching a generation after that which I am so I am presently unable to provide any information

Good Luck

Terry Seery

Michael Seery and Anne Cowley

Mark Seery (View posts)
Posted: 6 Aug 2000 2:49AM GMT
Hi Terry, My name is Mark Seery. Michael Seery was my great, great grandfather.

How were you able to establish the 1808 date?

Michael had sons Michael and Thomas. Thomas had a will which made mention of a brother named John. Do you know anything about this brother?

Also feel free to contact me at:


Missing John Seery

Mark (View posts)
Posted: 18 Aug 2000 4:06PM GMT
The Thomas you mention was my great grandfather. I also am wondering where the brother John (mentioned in the will) comes from as I have no information of his family other than he and Michael were the sons of Michael Seery and Anne Cowley of Westmeath IRELAND. I am aware that Anne Cowley was christened in Dublin Ireland.
Please note there were many Michael Seery's to complicate our research

Westmeath Seerys

Posted: 27 Jan 2001 6:53AM GMT
Edited: 4 Aug 2001 9:53PM GMT
I'm trying to find a connection to my grandmother, Margaret Seery, born 1862, daughter of Owen and Catherine. She came to the states and married my grandfather, John Francis Mulligan in 1890. I have established that John Mulligan was from Ballymore, Westmeath and I think Margaret may have been, too, but so far no luck confirming this. Any possible connections with anyone??? Thanks

Ann Cowley

Stiofán MacAmhalghaidh (View posts)
Posted: 29 Mar 2001 4:31AM GMT

I would be very interested to hear any background to Ann Cowley of Westmeath if you have it. Feel free to mail me at


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