Looking for all county cork
o'connells and deasys;the
stephen o'connell and
hanna deasy, (there were
nine children altogether.
Three died, the remaining
being: John, Timothy, Stephen.
Michael, Helena, and Mary Kate.)
I am particularly interested in
any who left ireland for
australia in late 1800's.
I think the family lived on Faye Way.
I appreciate any help.
i dont know if we are connected, but i have a michael o'connell who was born 1862ish, in cork, came to usa with possible brother john in 1882. michael married bridget sweeney, and settled in the conn. area. hope this helps. i also have a pic of "uncle john". thanks t.c.
Do you know where in Cork your O'Connell is from? My husband's grandmother was b. 1880's in Macroom, Co Cork, and came through Boston in 1907, ending up in Butte, Montana. Michelle
Hi there, I have O'Connell ancestors from County Cork.
Michael O'Connell-1. Born around 1820 (Occupation: Farmer)
He married : Honora O'Grady. They had 3 children that I know of. All of whom immigrated to Australia at different times (this is how I found them). I am pretty certain that Michael and Honora had other children but to date I can not find any connections. The first child I know of was Julia O'Connell she states on the birth records of her children that she was born at Bahena, County Cork. This is all the Irish info I have.
Followin is a list of Michael and Honora's offspring and thier spouces and children.
1. Julia O'Connell. She was born Bet. 1844–1846 in Bahena, County Cork, Ireland. She married Michael O'Callaghan on 03 Sep 1864 in Atleriyity, County Cork, Ireland. Immigration Abt. 1870 from Cork, Died 24 May 1922 in Boolite, Victoria,
2. Partick O'Connell. He was born Abt. 1847 in County Cork, Ireland. Immigration Abt. 1884. Occupation 1892 (Coach Driver). Died 05 Jul (Not Married stated on Death Certificate) Victoria, Australia
3. Jeremiah O'Connell. born c.1850 in County Cork, Ireland. Immigration 1872 . He married Mary Fitzgerald. on 14 Jan 1876 in St Patrick's, Stawell, He died on 21 Apr 1891 in East Melbourne
Julia O'Connell & Michael O'Callaghan. He was born Abt. 1846 in County Cork, Ireland. Michael O'Callaghan and Julia O'Connell. were married on 03 Sep 1864 in Atleriyity, County Cork, Ireland. They had 12 children.
The first two were born in Ireland
i. John O'Callaghan. He was born Feb 1860 in Cork, Ireland. His death on 17 Oct 1889 in, Never Married).
ii. Honora O'Callaghan. She was born 1865 in County Cork, Ireland. She married Michael Bergin. (No Children).
iii. Michael John O'Callaghan..
iv. Hannah Maria O'Callaghan.
v. Peter O'Callaghan.
vi. Dennis O'Callaghan
vii. William Patrick O'Callaghan
viii. Joseph Francis O'Callaghan.
ix. Julia Cecilia O'Callaghan..
x. Elizabeth Mary O'Callaghan.
xi. Daniel Charles O'Callaghan.
xii. Ellen Teresa O'Callaghan.
Jeremiah O'Connell. He was born 1850 in County Cork, Ireland. Immigration 1872 in Landed in Sydney He married Mary Fitzgerald (the daughter of Thomas Fitzgerald and Johana Tiby). Her birth on 08 Feb 1855 in Port Road, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Their marriage on 14 Jan 1876 in St Patrick's, Stawell, VIC]. They had 7 children, all born near Minyip, Victoria, Australia.
i. Michael John O'Connell.
ii. Gerald O'Connell
iii. Elizabeth Mary O'Connell.
iv. William Patrick O'Connell.
v. Thomas O'Connell
vi. Catherine Alice O'Connell
vii. Daniel O'Connell.
I'd love to hear from others who think there may be a connection.
Timothy O'Connell b 1870 Cork County, Ireland
arrived in San Francisco, California abt 1892
married 1899 Mary Daly b 1876 Limerick County, Ireland
and that's all I know about this branch, though I would love to learn more.
Do you know where you Michael came from? My lot came from parish of Aghinagh, might have been a place called Beheena / Bahina. I'm looking for the names Michael, Jeremiah, Julia, William, Daniel, Patrick. My 2 x great grand father a Michael O'Connell married Honora O'Grady sometime in the 1830's or 40's
Cheers Jane O'Connell
i dont know where michael came from. family story says only cork, but am now not even sure of that. i have verified info of michaels brother john, born 1840 kerry county, came to usa 1860's, first to washington,dc, and later to winsted , connecticut. there were 20 years difference in ages of john, b. 1840, and michael, born 1861, so have not discounted possibility of john born in kerry, and michael possibley cork.
My grandmother's fathers name was Timothy o'connell. According to my aunt he was from county cork and married a Mary (she thought that was the first name). Her last name was Vaughn and was also from county cork. She wasn't sure where they were married and didn't have birth dates. They had 8 kids-Ambrose,James, Timothy, Marie, Kathleen, Ann, Margaret (my grandmother), and Daniel.
Not sure if this is the same Timothy.
Hi there, my ancestors name was Francis William O'Connell who was born in Cork, Ireland in 1863 and baptised as a roman catholic in Buttevant. I don't know when he left Ireland but he married and settled in New Zealand in 1884. His father was William O'Connell who was a private in the 2nd battalion, 18th company. His mother was Ann O'Connell (nee Harford). I would be interested in finding more about them if at all possible.
I will be at the National Library of Ireland next week, researching church records. I'm looking for the baptism of my gg grandfather, John O'Connell, b 1825, son of Jeremiah O'Connell/Connell and Bridget (last name unknown). John married Mary Horan of Buttevant in 1850. Family lore stated that John left four brothers behind when he came to the U.S.
The names William and Francis are common in our family and they appeared among John's children. Your Francis was born in 1863, the same year that my John's first child was born. That would make your William and my John contemporaries and, given the similarity of time frame and common names, even possibly brothers.
I have two questions for you. Do you have any indication of what William's parents' names were? And, do you have a more specific location than Buttevant, i.e. the name of a townland?
I will be glad to keep my eyes open for a baptism for a William O'Connell/Connell around 1825, hopefully to parents named Jeremiah and Bridget. I know it is a longshot!