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Keneally/Bronx, NY

Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 30 Jun 2001 4:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
My wife's family name is Keneally. Her father's family lived in the Bronx form many years; 1900-current.
There are too many Keneally's to list any here, for example:
her grandfather John Keneally had 10 children, eight boys so the Keneally name flourished. This Keneally line is related to Keneally's that also went to Australia. The Keneally's are traced to Newmarket, County Cork
John Joseph Keneally, b. Newmarket 1853, d NYC 1953; m. Mary Cashman 1900, b. 1881; d. 1926 (5 children); John remarried; Elizabeth O'Callaghan m. 1931; b. 1901, d. 1944 (5 children).
If you think there is some relationship, let me know and we will try to track it down.
Jerry Smith
Bronx, NY
GetThere2@aol.com

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 3 Sep 2001 12:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Sep 2002 1:16PM GMT
Surnames: Keneally
My ancestors also came from Newmarket,County Cork esp. around Glenlara and Kanturk where my great grandfather Timothy was born to Cornelius Keneally and Honora Shine in 1835 or thereabouts. He emigrated to Australia and in 1879 married Bridget McCarthy.
Timothy, we think, had a brother Jeramiah and a sister Maree or Mary.
I would be gratefull for any help you can provide.
You can contact me at akk@senet.com.au

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 12 Jul 2002 7:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Jul 2002 7:37PM GMT
Jerry,

Your comment about Kenneally ancestors from Glenlara caught my eye. My great uncle Michael Fitzpatrick, from the farm Lisdangan in Newmarket, County Cork, married Abina Kenneally, from Glenlara in Newmarket, in 1906 in Manhattan.
They are both buried in St. Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx, along with 2 of their three children, Cecil and Theodore. My great Uncle died in 1916 (age 36), Abina lived until 1962 (age 82).

Abina's parents were James Kenneally (of Glenlara) and Abina Casey. No dates on either of them, but Abina was born in 1880, so they were both likely born somewhere in the 1850-1860 neighborhood

Abina had at least 3 sisters and 1 brother. Julia, Nora and Mollie all came to the US. Julia is buried with Abina and Michael in St. Raymond's. All I know about Thomas is that Julia referred to him as "brother Thomas Kenneally, Glenlara, Newmarket" in a 1911 Ellis Island record under the heading "nearest realtive in home country." It looks like perhaps Thomas inherited the family farm after the death of his father James?

Also, the witnesses to Abina and Michael's marriage were a Timothy Kenneally and a Mary Kenneally. Perhaps another brother and sister (or sister-in-law)?

All the above information comes from my great Uncle's marriage certificate, Ellis Island records, and St. Raymond's cemetery.

Do any of those Glenlara Kenneally's sound like your Kenneally's?

Best Regards,
Ed Fitzpatrick

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Jerry Smith (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 2002 12:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edward,

There is a Keneally family tree going back a few hundred years, researched and recorded by one of the Keneallys living in Long Island...I will get it out, review what you sent and see if, according to this tree, if there seems to be any connections...give me a day or two and I will be right back to you and post a reply....

Good to hear from the Keneally's...

Jerry Smith
GetThere2@aol.com
Bronx, NY

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Jerry Smith (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 2002 10:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edward,

Well all I can say is ... Hello Cousin! Yes there is a definite connection to the Keneallys here in the Bronx, I want to fax or mail to you the family tree and you can see where all your relatives are listed...Abina is listed as Albina but the dates are the same and the names of brothers and sisters are also similar...somewhere along the tree the name was changed from Keneally to Kenneally but all the listing ID Fitzpatrick...
as in "the family line"...please let me know how to get this to you...respond direclty to Jerry Smith at GetThere2@aol.com...

would love to here more of your family tree...

Jerry Smith
Bronx, NY

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 11 Nov 2002 2:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 27 Mar 2003 11:52PM GMT
Surnames: Kenneally,Shannon,Clare,Tuxson
Hi Jerry.Could we be cousins? My g grandmother Nora Kenealy, Kenneally and her sister came to NYC , the sisters married two brothers, James and Patrick Shannon. The time frame for sisters is 1870's for arrivel, 1880's for marriage of Patrick and Nora, my g grandparents and the birth of their first daughter in 1887, Mary, my Grandmother.
They hail from LaHinge Ireland and the last know address I have is 241st in the Bronx, probably from the 1930's early 1040's.. Thanks for any help you can give, Linda :O)

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 28 Feb 2003 10:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2006 4:13AM GMT
Read your reply about the Keneally family tree were there any Kinnally /Smith family from Killea Templemore Co Tipp. beleive they emigrated to America another sister also.they were the children of James Kinnally/Keneally& Honoria Bohan.
Glad to hear some one has managed a lge tree.
Val in Vic Australia

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 19 Jul 2009 4:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wardle
Are you still looking for Wardles from EWngland?

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 19 Jul 2009 4:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wardle
Are you still looking for Wardles from England?

Re: Keneally/Bronx, NY

Posted: 19 Jul 2009 4:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: wardle
If you are can you give me your e-mail the one listed does not seem to work.

Alan Wardle
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