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Davy or Davey from County Sligo, Ireland.

Davy or Davey from County Sligo, Ireland.

Posted: 31 Jan 2000 9:05PM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2002 7:06PM GMT
The Davy/Davey Bros. owned either or both a grocery store and/or used furniture shop. Annie Davy/Davey married Paul Hassett of the Lowell, Fitchburg area of Ma. They started out in Cortland N.Y., or Bridgeport,Conn.

Davy family

Posted: 3 Feb 2000 7:18AM GMT
Edited: 27 Oct 2003 3:29PM GMT
My great grandfather was Michael Davy born in 1833 in County Sligo Ireland near Riverstown lived first in Southern Minnesota, Brownsville than moved to Currie , Minnesota. His children include on Ann's but do find an Ann on the 1860 Brownsville, Minnesota census,Houston county age 15 [perhaps related to our michael] father Thomas mother Mary with six other children and Bridget Ragan listed as 16 and housekeeper. Feel free to e mail me. Joyce

Davy/County Sligo, Ireland-To Joyce Hable

Posted: 6 Feb 2000 9:24PM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2002 7:06PM GMT
Joyce, Hi, 1850 is alot earlier than I expected for my Great?, Uncles to have gotten here. My Mom says they would have come around 1910ish? I mean to have started ther shop-which by the way they sold out, and soon became Finast Supermarkets. Peter was the brainstorm of them. My Grandmother was Annie, there was also another sister, Mary. I heard they all came over after the "Potato Famine". (Did I spell that like Dan Quail)?. Ann, Anne, Annie? There was Peter, Michael, Frank and a few others, maybe three? Let me know!!

Davy/ County Sligo-To Joyce Hable

Posted: 6 Feb 2000 9:35PM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2002 7:06PM GMT
Sorry I forgot there was a Housekeeper in the family, named Dee? I'm not actually sure, I'll keep you posted. Please E-Mail me, at Buckiah@aol.com ,It sounds wierd, but it's me, thanks.
Posted: 7 Feb 2000 8:17AM GMT
Edited: 27 Oct 2003 3:29PM GMT
Dear Tracy, If i remember my history right the famine was at its peak between 1846 and 1852. However your Davys are probably younger than ours . I have a picture of michael and his Civil War records he married Johhanna Hurley Daughter of Daniel Hurley and Johanna Stack. They lived in New york state. Michael children settled in St. Paul, Mn. and several moved to Spokane ,Wa. I am aquianted with my Davy cousins whose father was John Davy.The Thomas I have on that 1860 Mn. census had sons Michael,born about 1844 in Ireland Thomas born 1847, John,Born in 1849,James born in 1850. My michael was born IN sligo in 1833 served in the New York Infantry in the Civil war under the name James Byron. Looks like you will have to look farther. My next stop will be to our history center to look at the Naturalization records and find the ship they came on perhaps it was in 1847 at the peak of the famine.also want to look at Griffiths Tax evaulation recordS AND the LDS RECORDS WHICH ARE NOW ON LINE. Good luck. Joyce

To Joyce- From Tracy-Sligo, Davy's

Posted: 10 Feb 2000 5:47AM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2002 7:06PM GMT
Thankyou, Joyce for your time and the information you gave me. Thankyou for steering me in the right direction. Goodluck to you, Joyce.

Re: Davy family

Posted: 20 Apr 2012 12:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Joyce -
My Paternal GGG Grandfather was Thomas F. Davy (b: 1815 Ireland) who married Mary Bryan (b: 1813 Ireland). They had 8 children. A daughter, my GG Grandmother, was Katherine Davy (b: 1834 Ireland) who married Thomas Maney (b: 1833 Ireland). They had 12 children. A son, my G Grandfather, was Thomas Maney (b: 1867 Minnesota), who married Margaret "Maggie" Ryan (b: 1867 Ireland). The had 4 children. A daughter, my Grandmother, was Mary Maney (b: 1894 Chicago), who married my Grandfather, Carl Lewis Dakin (b: 1892 South Dakota). They had 3 children. A son, my Father, Richard Carl Dakin (b: 1927 Tacoma, WA) who married Antoinette Lombardo (b: 1930 Tacoma, WA). They had 3 children, of which I am the eldest, Richard Kevin Dakin (b: 1953 Tacoma, WA). Thomas Davy & his wife, Mary Bryan-Davy also had a son, Michael Davy, who was born in County Silgo, Ireland, whom I believe to be your G Grandfather. I would truly like to hear from you, as it appears we may be related. Please contact me by reply to this message via Ancestry.com, or by direct e-mail at RNIKADCOM@aol.com. I look forward to hearing from you. Richard "Rick"
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