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O'DONNELL, Michael b 1833, Co Tipperary; d 9 May 1892, Myrtleford

O'DONNELL, Michael b 1833, Co Tipperary; d 9 May 1892, Myrtleford

Posted: 27 Mar 2003 12:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Apr 2003 8:27PM GMT
Surnames: O'DONNELL, GALVIN, RYAN, CARROLL, PUZEY, MACAULAY
I am hoping to contact other decendants of my great great grandfather Michael O'Donnell, born Co. Tipperary, Ireland in 1833. Son of John O'Donnell and Julia nee GALVIN.

Married 1. Margaret Ryan 1858 at Beechworth, Victoria. 11 children:

Mary Ellen (b 1860) married John Bernard CARROLL at Myrtleford, Vic. Children inc. Reginald (1891-1892) Linda May (b 1893) and Eileen Maud (b 1894)

Margaret (b 1861 Beechworth)
Julia (b 1863)
Frances Elizabeth (b 1865)
John Michael (b 1867 Beechworth)

Sydney James (b 1868 Myrtleford) married Letitia Ann Puzey at Myrtleford. 7 children

Robert Thomas (b 1870, M'ford)
Amy Theresa (b 1871 M'ford)
Reginald Patrick (b 1873 M'ford)
Maude Mary (b 1876 M'ford)
Martin Francis (b 1878 M'ford)

Married 2 (1888) Jessie Rowe MACAULAY; 1 child:

Percival Jenkins (b 1890 M'ford)

Thank you

Re: O'DONNELL, Michael b 1833, Co Tipperary; d 9 May 1892, Myrtleford

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 12:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: O'Donnell Tobin
Dear Leslie Ann
I too have a John O'Donnell from Tipperary. Born c.1820-2 John and his brother James(bc 1823-25)O'Donnell put up their ages and came to Australia in 1841 aboard the "Eleanor".
They were the sons of John O'Donnell and Margaret Tobin (deceased) - both from Gammonsfield, Tipperary.
Now for the "foggy" side of the story. There is a family rumour that their father John O'Donnell (farmer and ex soldier) remarried "a french woman" after his wife Margaret died and they had another family. The older boys then took off for a better life in Australia.
Does this ring any bells for you?

Re: O'DONNELL, Michael b 1833, Co Tipperary; d 9 May 1892, Myrtleford

Posted: 21 Jan 2013 4:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: O'Donnell/Milne and Myrtleford/Beechworth
Hi, seen your post from 2007 re the O'Donnell brothers coming to Australia. Did you ever get any further with this? I am looking at Michael O'Donnell who emigrated about 1851 - the subject of Leslie Ann's first post.
thanks
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