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ron greenan (View posts)
Posted: 27 Nov 2000 11:59AM GMT
I am trying to find out where in Ireland Owen Greenan came from.
His parents were Bernard Greenan and Mary Greenan (ms Smith)
He was born in 1841 or 1847 ?
He married a Roseanne Fitzpatrick (date unknown)
In 1876 he married again to a Bridget Fitzpatrick in Greenock.
He moved to Glasgow and had three children? One a boy called Charles Joseph McConnell Greenan, born 1890/91.
Owen Greenan died in 1889 in Glasgow.
If you know any more information on any of the above contact me at :
r.greenan@lineone.net

Owen Greenan

Posted: 29 Nov 2000 9:13AM GMT
Edited: 22 May 2002 3:15PM GMT
Hi Ron I hope this will help you.

Owen is not the most popular name amongst us Greenans.
I have listed one owen anongst 195 Greenans.
This is his lineage.

Father John Greenan.
Mother Bridget Doyle.

Patrick born 10 Nov 1862.
Bernard 14 May 1864.
Owen 02 January 1866.
Micheal 21 February 1868.
Bernard 26 March 1870.

It is important to note while this Owen is not the one
you are looking for. His father may well have ahd a brother
Owen.
This is sent to you in the hope it may jog a memory in your
family.

I would be delighted if you email me your lineage
with as much detail as possible. This may well
help someone else or as my information grows
result in further information.
Good Luck


Gary Greenan

Owen Greenan

Ronnie Greenan (View posts)
Posted: 1 Dec 2000 4:33PM GMT
Hi Gary
Thanks for your reply.
Owen Greenan was married to a Bridget Fitzpatrick on in 1876, Greenock, Scotland.

His parents were Bernard Greenan and Mary Greenan ms Smith.

Owen Greenan died in Glasgow in 1899. On the death certificate, it states that he was previously married to a Rose Anne Fitzpatrick. I believe they had a child called Catherine.

I can omly assume that Rose Anne died and that Owen married her sister Bridget to help bring up the daughter Catherine.

There is a death of a rose Anne Greenan registered in Antrim in 1875. Born in 1853 and died at the age of 22 years. This would fit nicely. But only a copy of the death cert. would reveal the true information.

Owen and Bridget Greenan settled in Glasgow, Scotland and had 3/4 daughters and a son Charles Joseph McConnell Greenan born in 1890.

Can you make a connection?

Ronnie Greenan

r.greenan@lineone.net

Owen Greenan

Posted: 17 Dec 2000 6:38PM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 12:33AM GMT
I am also looking for the ancestors of Owen Greenan who settled in Chertsey ,Quebec. He married Mary Ann Kirkwood also of Chertsey or nearby Rawdon. They had at least two children Edward (1848-1904) my ggrandfather who emmigrated to Lebanan NH and William Patrick (1858-1927)

I would appreciate any leads or information

thanks

Larry White

Owen Greenan

Larry White (View posts)
Posted: 18 Dec 2000 1:37PM GMT
Hi Larry
My Owen Greenan is a different person. He settled in Scotland.
But it is possible that they are named after the same relative and could be related.
Do you know what part of Ireland your Owen Greenan comes from.
Ronnie

Owen Greenan

Posted: 18 Dec 2000 6:51PM GMT
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 12:33AM GMT
Hello Ronnie

I don't know. Actually the family thinks our Greenans came from Scotland. So I'm at a dead end for now.

thanks

Larry

Owen Greenan

Ronnie Greenan (View posts)
Posted: 22 Dec 2000 4:25PM GMT
Hi Larry

My Owen Greenan married Rose-Anne Fitzpatrick in 1870 in Belfast and then moved to Glasgow, Scotland. They had a daughter, Mary born in 1871, thwt died the same year.
They had another daughter, Catherine, born 1874.
Rose-anne Greenan died at the age of 22 years in 1875.Owen greenan married her sister - Bridget Fitzpatrick in 1876 to help bring up Catherine.
Owen and Bridget had three daughters and one son: Anne, Jean, Mary and Charles.

His parents were Bernard Greenan and Mary Smith. I've no idea where they originate from in Ireland.

Ronnie

Re: Owen Greenan

Posted: 10 Aug 2001 3:23AM GMT
I have the books for St Patrick's Church in Rawdon where Owen and Mary Ann Kirkwood had 5 children born. James, Jan.31, 1852; John, Nov. 7, 1843; Sarah Eliza, Aug 18, 1855; Thomas, May 22, 1853; William Patrick, March 2, 1858.

Deaths: James, May 4, 1852 (3 mths); Sarah Eliza, April 1, 1857; Thomas, Nov 7, 1866 (14 yrs)

Hope this helps, Louise

Re: Owen Greenan

Posted: 1 Jan 2002 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Feb 2003 10:48AM GMT
hi,

did you ever get anywhere with your owen greenan research?
i am looking for info on a bernard greenan who settled in rawdon, quebec, canada sometime around the mid 1820's. haven't been able to find out much, though. i do know he was married to alice donnelly (dunlay??) on january 7th, 1829 in st. paul de lavaltrie. one of their sons was hugh greenan (now green) which was my mother's grandfather.

if you were able to get anywhere let me know.

gary diorio

Re: Owen Greenan

GARY GREENAN (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2002 11:28AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have recently recieved a Griffiths valuation report for county monaghan 1840. While your Owen or Bernard had left by then, there are a couple of Owen and Hugh Greenans listed.
I willl look out the info and forward it.

Gary Greenan.
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