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Michelle (View posts)
Posted: 24 Nov 1999 12:06AM GMT
I'm trying to get my family tree to grow, no luck as of yet. My paternal grandfather was John M. Slowey (d). He lived in Cleveland, OH for about 50 years. Married Elsie Agnes Verba around 1935 +/-. he had two brothers (James and Alan, one of them known as 'Bus') and a Sister (Helen). My Father is Richard John Slowey, b.1936. I've located a Frank SLowey in Ireland, Gabriel SLowey in Canada and an Arnaut Slowey in France. Unknown if any are related, any help would be appreciated

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Robert J Slowey (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jan 2000 7:36PM GMT
My father Thomas Francis Slowey was born in Lowell Ma. about Feb.11,1882.His mother and father were from Ireland and we have indirect relatives in Dublin.My father married an Irish Italian woman named Catherine and they bore eight children of which five are alive.There are other Slowey's in Ma. most of which are relatives.Hope this will help.By the way the Galic name isMacSluaghaloh.Slowey is a west Ulster name.The motto:By force and by truth.Hope this helpful.

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Janis Slowey (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jun 2000 11:30AM GMT
Hi Michelle
I am married to a Slowey and just thought you might like a little information. Slowey is a very common name in Ireland. We have researched the meaning of the name and have come up with 'Dwellers by the bog' which most probably meant they were peat diggers originally. Your ancestors are quite likely to be Irish. There are a few Sloweys in Scotland that I have contacted but there are not many in England. Most of those in London where I live are relatives.

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marian slowey (View posts)
Posted: 23 Apr 2001 2:07PM GMT
hello. my name is marian slowey. I live in Dublin ireland. Slowey is not a popular name in Ireland. There are a number of them in Co. Monaghan/Fermanagh and then there are a number of them in Dublin, the odd one in Cork, Galway. My grandfather was from Co. Fermanagh - Rosslea. There is a gravestone in a place called Feigh in Rosslea with a headstone called Slowey dating back to 1750.

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Posted: 23 Apr 2001 3:24PM GMT
Edited: 7 Sep 2002 4:48PM GMT
My Slowey family came from County Monahgan. My Great Great Grandfather was Patrick Edward Slowey from County Monahgan. he was born mid 1800's and married Catherine Mcabe. If there would be a connection I could find in Ireland I would be thrilled. I have much information on my Slowey family in the United Sates bur haven't been able to locate info in Ireland. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
Mary Ryan Helena, Mt. USA
Posted: 24 Apr 2001 6:59AM GMT
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 12:40PM GMT
I have Patrick Slowey coming from County Caven & Catherine McCabe from Monaghan. Catherine's parents were Charles & Mary & there were four other children, Terrance, John, Ellen & Mary, who married Andrew McKeachie. Mother Mary died Jan.14,1890 & is buried in the Yankton S.D. Cemetery with three of her children. No clue as to where Charles is buried. I have a 1850 Wisc. Census of Lafayette Co. Town of Benton where there is listed a Charles McCabe, wife Mary & two children, Terrance & Mary. Hope this will help. Phylis Hanson

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Slowey (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jul 2001 1:02AM GMT
Classification: Immigration
Surnames: Slowey
Thomas was born in Lowell Ma.I believe that his father was born in a town in Nothern Ireland.It is believed that my grandmother was born incounty cork town ship unknown Any information on the Slowey clan would be appreciated.

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Robert Slowey (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jul 2001 1:20AM GMT
Mary, if I may call you Mary. My oldest sister is Mary and is 88 yrs old.I would love to find all I can about my family.My grandfather and grandmother were both born in Ireland.I always wanted to go there but have been able to yet. My late brother John made at least three trips to Dublin. It has been difficult to find records on my family.
A bit of information about my family.My mother and father had 8 children, three dirls and five boys. Three are deceased. My mother was of Irish and Italian decent. My father had a brother and a sister. His brother Charles C. was Postmaster of Lowell, Ma. and Mayer for two terms.Hope this will help.

Rosslea>West Rutland Vermont

Posted: 21 Jul 2001 5:38PM GMT
Edited: 30 May 2004 10:52PM GMT
Surnames: Slowey
Hi Marian and Mary, In St.Bridgets Cem. in West Rutland Vermont is buried Anna Sloway wife of Patrick Gallagher, died May 25,1879 age 35 yrs. 2. mo. 15 days. A native of the parish of Rosslay Co.Fermanagh.
There were quite a few families in West Rutland who came from west Ulster,Tyrone Fermanagh and Donegal to work in the marble quarries.
Seeing as how there is only one Slowey household listed in the Griffiths Valuations for Fermanagh on the ireland.com ancestors website,perhaps Anna is connected to your bunch.
This Patrick Gallagher may have been a sibling/cousin of my ggrandfather James Gallagher who lived on the desmene of the Castlecaldwell in Fermanagh (on Lough Erne about 5 miles from Beleek),who also lived in West Rutland.
But in fact it is a love for the rare old irish surnames like Slowey rather than any possible Gallagher connection that prompts this note.
Best Regards,Peter Patten
Fair Haven,Vermont USA

Re: Rosslea>West Rutland Vermont

marian slowey (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jul 2001 7:52PM GMT
Surnames: slowey
Hi Peter
Thanks for your email. It is quite possible that Anna Slowey is a relation of mine. My grandfather and all his people came from Rosslea, he is from a townland called Feigh pronounced Fay. When I get a chance this coming Autumn I am going to try and track down more of the Slowey history . I see you live in Vermont I believe it is a beautiful part of the world particularly in Autumn.

Best wishes

Marian Slowey
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