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joe patterson (View posts)
Posted: 8 Aug 2000 4:13PM GMT
john heaney,mother from convoy, father from
co,cavan lived in castlederg co tyrone
had a half brother called joe patterson
plus two sisters kathleen mary heaney

Looking for Heaneys from County Derry

Margaret Mary Heaney (View posts)
Posted: 5 Sep 2000 6:26PM GMT
I know my immediate ancestry. My Dad came into New York harbor March 17, 1930. He Married a Margaret Molloy from Pomeroy, County Tyrone. There are five of who are direct descendents of Felix (Phil) from Maghera, County Derry.

Heaney

Russ (View posts)
Posted: 24 Sep 2000 7:52AM GMT
Looking for Descendants of Mahlon Heany also ancestors.
Known:
Son John Agnew Heaney
Dau Jennie Victoria Heaney
m. Joseph Bergey Hackman
Children
Stanley Heaney Hackman
Pearle Estella

Derry Heaneys

Posted: 27 Nov 2000 4:15PM GMT
Edited: 16 Nov 2001 2:53AM GMT
Marge, My ggGrandfather, Patrick Heaney hailed from Magheraboy, (near Dungiven) Derry, Ireland. My gGrandfather James came to Philadelphia in 1896. If my data is correct, Patrick had a whole mess of little Heaneys between 1845 1868. Patrick's father was, I believe, Duncan Heaney.

relatives

Clement T. Heaney (View posts)
Posted: 18 Feb 2001 8:15AM GMT
My grandfather was born in Nov Scotia around 1890; his parents died when he was a young child. Although we have located a few relatives in Nov Scotia and Newfoundland, we suspect that there may be others. Are particularly interested in learning mheaneyore about his parents and grandparents, including their emigration from Ireland.

Re: relatives

Jeri (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jul 2001 3:49PM GMT
I've got a lot of Newfoundland Heaney information. Who in NFLD have you traced your family back to. They were all of the same family one way or another.

Jeri

Re: relatives

Jeri (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jul 2001 3:50PM GMT
My grandfather was born in NovaScotia around 1890.

What was your grandfathers name and do you know who his parent were or when he arrived in Nova Scotia from NFLD.

Re: relatives

Jeri (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jul 2001 3:52PM GMT
Oops! Sorry that message was confusing. Do you know when his parents arrived in NS . I guess he arrived when he was born. oh boy!

Jeri

Re: Derry Heaneys

pam (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 2001 11:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Magherabouy is a townland belonging to the Benedy in Dungiven.A local publication Named the Benedy Glen reads, in Magerabuoy Packie Roe (MaCloskey) lived behind where Denis Kealy now lives.That was where Pat Heaney of Piper Hill lived and Francis Heaney, the poet lived in the Magherabuoy lane. These houses are now vacant.

Re: Derry Heaneys

Posted: 11 Sep 2001 2:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Nov 2001 2:53AM GMT
That is marvelous! Thank you. Is their any indication of what the relationship between these people was (if any) and when they lived? ie. - When was this Benedy Glen published? can you tell me who wrote the piece? You can respond by email: TimCarroll61@aol.com
And, bless you!
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