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LANTRY OLEARY

kevin kelly (View posts)
Posted: 11 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: LANTRY, LANKTREE, OLEARY
w/like correspondence re thomas lantry b 1745,caheragh,co cork.the surname was originally lanktree & the family was of english origin,of c of i,faith.he married hanora o leary,1783,dunmanway,among his children was thomas lantry,b 1795,coolkekeure,co cork.he m jane chambers.thomas/family immigrated to massena,ny,usa.thos'son,barnaby,migrated to wilton,iowa,usa.kevin kelly 6522 maurice,st.louis,mo,usa,63139

Lantry

Julie McDonald (View posts)
Posted: 24 Mar 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lantry, McDonald
My Great-Great Grandfather was Charles Lantry of Massena/Hogansburg, New York--he married Mary O'Neill also of this area. Would you know when the Lantry's came to New York/USA?

Thank you!

Julie McDonald

Lanktree turned Lantry

Susan DeMatteo (View posts)
Posted: 23 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lanktree
What I have been told was that Barnabas who would have been my great great grandfather was the father of Francetta,who was the unwed mother of my paternal grandfather Kenneth Charles Lanktree. Grandfather married Hilda McCaffrey my grandmother,and they had 5 children of whom my father is the remaining one. The area is bordering Quebec and I don't know if they migrated down, but I don't have any recollection of any family members being of french canadian background. I do hazily recall my grandfathers funeral guests and some Irish accents. We were shown where Grandfather was supposed to have been born. It is on the the Canadian side of the border. There are Lanktree geneologists in Ontario, Doris and I can't recall the husbands name at present. But,they have a reunion, and would be interested to talk to you, and share some background. I hope you have checked back in since last August, and if you see this please write.

Sincerely,
Susan DeMatteo

Re: Lantry

Posted: 20 Dec 2001 4:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Apr 2002 9:17PM GMT
Surnames: Wheeler-Hines-Lantry
My grandfather, Hubert Lantry, had a brother named Charles. My Hubert lived in Hogansburg, born-1896 died-1977 are we talking about the same family? any information would be appreciated. Just starting my background my father is 73 but still may be able to shed some additional light.

Re: Lanktree turned Lantry

Posted: 3 Apr 2002 3:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Apr 2002 11:17PM GMT
Saw your message posted in reply to Kevin Kelly. I am dis-
tantly related to Kevin. We have a common 5th great grand-
father, Barnaby Lantry of Caheragh, Co. Cork. I am descended from his son, Charles, the only son to stay in
Ireland, and Kevin is descended from his son, Thomas, who
emigrated to upstate New York in the 1820's, along with
his brothers, Joshua, Barnaby, John & Henry. They settled
in the area around Helena & Brasher Falls, in St. Lawrence
Co. Contact me if you think this is your family. I'll send you
my information.
Posted: 3 Apr 2002 4:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Apr 2002 11:17PM GMT
My great great grandmother was Juliana Lantry (Lanktree),
who was born in 1851 in Inchigeelagh, Co. Cork. Her father
was Thomas Lanktree. Thomas' father was Charles Lantry.
Charles' father was Barnaby Lantry. Charles was the only
son of Barnaby's to stay in Ireland. His other sons, Joshua,
Barnaby, Thomas, John & Henry all emigrated to upper New
York State in the 1820's & settled in the area around Helena
& Brasher Falls in St. Lawrence Co. The Lantry family was
originally from England & they came to Ireland with Cromwell.
I have records going back to 1690 & my 7th great-grandfather
Joshua Lantry who was born in Caheragh, Co. Cork. The
family was originally Church of Ireland, but when Barnaby
Lantry married Hanoria O'Leary from Inchigeelagh, he allowed
his children to be raised Catholic & eventually converted him-
self. So if your Lantrys are Catholic chances are this is your
family. As far as I know this is the only branch of Lantrys
that are Catholic. Let me know if you think this is your family
& I'll send you my information.
Posted: 3 Apr 2002 2:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Apr 2002 11:17PM GMT
Hi David,

My great great grandmother was Juliana Lantry (Lanktree)
born in 1851 in Inchigeelagh, Co. Cork. Her father was
Thomas Lanktree (he used this spelling). Thomas' father
was Charles Lantry of Inchigeelagh & Dunmanway, Co.
Cork. Charles' father was Barnaby Lantry, who was born
in Caheragh, Co. Cork. Charles was the only son to stay
in Ireland. All of Barnaby's other sons, Thomas, John,
Joshua, Barnaby & Henry all emigrated to upstate New
York in the 1820's & settled around the area known as
Helena & Brasher Falls in St. Lawrence Co. The Lantry
family was originally from England & came to Ireland in
1650 with Cromwell. They stayed, married Irish girls & were
generally well off. The family was originally Church of Ireland,
but my 5th great grandfather, Barnaby Lantry, married Hanoria
O'Leary of Inchigeelagh & allowed his children to be raised
Catholic & he eventually converted himself. As far as I know
this is the only branch of the Lantrys that are Catholic. If
your family is Catholic, then you are probably connected
somehow. The family is all over the world - hardly any
Lantrys are left in Cork today - they went to England, America, Canada, South America (Argentina & Brazil) & New Zealand. If you think this is the family, contact me & I'll send you my information. Good Luck!
Posted: 6 Apr 2002 11:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Apr 2002 11:17PM GMT
Dear Julie,

I hope you have read my previous message. I checked my
records for Charles Lantry. Remember I told you Barnaby
Lantry & Hanora O'Leary's sons went to upstate New York,
well Thomas, Barnaby, Joshua & Henry all had son named
Charles. This is the information I have:

Thomas Lantry m. Jane Chambers
son - Charles b. 1822

Barnaby Lantry m. Catherine Chambers
son - Charles b. June 3, 1848

Joshua Lantry m.Helen Lyons
son - Charles b. Mar. 25, 1831

Henry Lantry m. Hanorah Lyons
son - Charles b. Oct., 1836

Hope this information helps you. Let me know what you
think.

Regards,

Kathleen
Posted: 24 Apr 2002 11:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Apr 2002 11:17PM GMT
Dear Julie,

If you see this message contact me at kathleen@cybercomm.net. We are in the same Lantry
family. I have alot of information I could send you.
As a matter of fact you are from the same line as David
Lantry & Kevin Kelly. This is the information I have:

The family was originally from England & Protestant. They
went to Ireland with Cromwell & stayed & married Irish girls.
Joshua Lantry b. about 1690 in Caheragh, Co. Cork, Ireland
Charles Lantry b. about 1716 in Caheragh, Co. Cork, Ireland
m. Mary (last name unknown)
Barnaby Lantry b. about 1745 in Caheragh, Co. Cork, Ireland
m. Hanora O'Leary of Inchigeelagh, a Catholic. Barnaby
permitted his children to be raised Catholic & eventually
converted himself. Just this branch of the family is Catholic.
Thomas Lantry b. 1785 in Coolkelleure, Dunmanway, Co.
Cork, Ireland, m. Jane Chambers in Dunmanway in 1819.
They emigrated to Quebec in 1824 & worked their way down
to Massena. Their first two children were born in Dunmanway. They were Barnaby (Kevin Kelly is des-
cended from him) & Charles, who you are descended from.
Charles Lantry b. 1822 in Droumdeega, Dunmanway, Co.
Cork, Ireland m. Mary O'Neill on April 27, 1847 in St.
Patrick's Church, Hogansburg. Their children were:

Jane Lantry b. 1848 m. Daniel McDonald
Elizabeth Lantry b. 1851 m. Michael Butler
Mary Lantry b. 1857 m. James Sullivan
Thomas Lantry b. 1854 m. Margaret Fitzgerald (David Lantry
is descended from them)
Barnaby Lantry b. 1867 (died young)
William Maurice Lantry b. 1861
Joshua F. Lantry b. 1870
Catherine Lantry b. 1864 m. John Dwyer
Anna Lantry b. 1873 m. Walter McDonough
Charles Lantry b. 1868

I guess you are descended from Jane Lantry. This informa-
tion comes from a distant cousin of ours Lois Lantry, who
did this research with other cousins who had access to
family diaries.

I have tried to contact you but your e-mail address is out of
date, so I hope you see this because I can give you a wealth
of information.

Regards,

Kathleen

Re: Lanktree turned Lantry

Charles Lanktree (View posts)
Posted: 22 Sep 2002 10:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
My great great grandfather was also Barnabas and Franketta was the unwed mother of my grandfather Enoch Arden Lanktree who move to Windsor Ontario and married Anne Tay my grandmother. They had three children. Charles Keith Lanktree was my father who died in 1971. I was born in Windsor but now reside in Ottawa, Ontario. The rest of my siblings live in southwest Ontario. I would be interested in any information on Barnabas and his connection back to Ireland.
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