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John Donoghue of Benmore/Ballyduff, north Kerry and Ellen Johnson of Clooneen in latter half 18th/first half 19th century

John Donoghue of Benmore/Ballyduff, north Kerry and Ellen Johnson of Clooneen in latter half 18th/first half 19th century

Posted: 22 Jun 2013 9:35AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Donoghue Johnson Boyle
John is probably my ggggrandfather, James’s brother. I have found one child: Juliana (b.1812) for whom the sponsors were James and Juliana Boyle, my ggggrandparents. Clooneen is on the east of Causeway about 2-3 miles from Ballyduff.

Anyone recognise these folk?

Cheers

Rod O'Donoghue, ggggrandson of James Donoghue and Juliana Boyle of Ballyduff, north Kerry. Allied with the names of O'Boyle, O'Connor, O'Sullivan, O'Mahony, Flahive, Ferris, Ryle, Dee, Nelan, Brosnahan, Johnson, Scanlan, Tait, Matthews
http://ballyduffodonoghue.blogspot.co.uk
Founder of The O’Donoghue Society
http://www.odonoghue.co.uk

Re: John Donoghue of Benmore/Ballyduff, north Kerry and Ellen Johnson of Clooneen in latter half 18th/first half 19th century

Posted: 1 Jul 2013 10:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
The only on line parish records for Kerry are on the website
www.irishgenealogy.ie
other sources:
www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie 1823-1837 Tithe Applotments
www.census.nationalarchives.ie 1901/1911

www.askaboutireland.ie Griffith Valuation 1846-1864

Benmore, a townland in the Parish of Rattoo, PLU Listowel

Ballyduff, a Parish, and also townland and village in the PLU
of Dingle, Tralee or Listowel

Clooneen, a townland in the Parish of Killahan, PLU Listowel

A Poor Law Union or Civil Registration district (1864+)
covered parish's, town, villages, townlands within 12 mi.

The only Donoghue in 1851:

Florence Donoghue, Parish of Killarney, Townland Killarney,
Poor Law Union Killarney, tenant of Rev. Edward Herbert and Jeremiah Cronin

#22 Henn Street - a house and yard

My program does not require correct spelling but tried against another source and the above is the correct spelling no Donaghue, 1 Donahoe of a Parish Kilcrohane in the PLU of Caversiveen.

No Johnson's in the Parish of Killahan in which Clooneen is a townland.

Try the white pages for Kerry and any Donoghue or Johnson in the places named above. You can write letters to addresses given.

Annette Code

Re: John Donoghue of Benmore/Ballyduff, north Kerry and Ellen Johnson of Clooneen in latter half 18th/first half 19th century

Posted: 2 Jul 2013 2:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks again for your interest, Annette
Cheers
Rod
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