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County Clare Considines

Ros Faichney (View posts)
Posted: 24 Aug 2003 7:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Considine, Clarke
Does anyone have any connections to Mary Considine with sons Patrick, Michael, Jeremiah; daughters Nelly, Mary, Biddy. Probably from Liscannor area Country Clare, Ireland. Jeremiah was probably born in 1809; transported to Australia in 1839. His wife possibly Mary; a Mary Considine [possibly his daughter] sailed to Sydney aged 15 on Feb 3 1850. She married William Clarke in Brisbane 1855.

Re: County Clare Considines

Posted: 15 Dec 2003 5:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Dec 2004 5:35AM GMT
Surnames: Considines of Sixmilebridge
I have a Patrick Considine, born abt 1810 in Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare. He married Honorah (b. abt 1812), and had a son Michael in about 1832, also born in Sixmilebridge.

Patrick, Honorah & Michael came to Australia in 1838 aboard the Strathfieldsaye as assisted immigrants.

Patrick father was a Michael Considine as well.

I'm not sure if there is a connection with your Considines

regards

Adam

Re: County Clare Considines

Posted: 24 Feb 2004 11:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Considine, Cullinan, Clarkin, Carrigh, Clune, Lillis, Ryan, Tuohey
There are not many Considine searchers but I bet most of us are related, especially those from County Clare. Most of the Considines there lived west of Ennis in the area between there and the sea, including Kineilty and Kilmacrehy. This area includes both the Cliffs of Moher and the towns of Liscannor and Ennistymon. . Searching by first name is seldom productive since there was a Patrick, Michael, and/or John in almost every Considine household, and I think we need to search among ourselves and look at common features. My immigrant relatives were Murtagh [Morty] Considine b. 1808, his wife Bridget b. 1816,. and their children Michael b.1834, Mary Frances b. 1837, John b. 1838, Winifred b. 1840, Margaret b. 1842, and Bridget b. 1848. They lived in Rannagh, Kilmacrehy Parish, which was near Ennistymon, and emigrated to the U. S. during the Famine, living first in an Iowa community that had many Clare immigrants, and then in Pennsylvania. Like many Irish, they worked building canals and railroads and in the oil fields
It is important to remember that families did not always stay together and that sons in the same family might end up on different continents or in widely separated parts of the same continent.
Remember that the Clare Library Genealogy dept. is an excellent place to search, online at www.clarelibrary@ie.

Re: County Clare Considines

Posted: 6 Mar 2004 7:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Considine, Flanigan, Malony, Kennedy, Neylon
I have a little information on the Rannagh Considines of Liscannor Parish, Co. Clare which may be of help to you. The following are marriages:

Bef 8/1870 Darby CONSIDINE a farmer of Rannagh and Bridget FLANIGAN. Son Murty b 8/9/1870 and John b 6/12/1874 in Rannagh. In 1901 Bridget Considine widow ae 52 and housekeeper and farmer is listed w/sons James 32 and Martin 30 in Rannagh.

Bef 1825 James CONSIDINE and _______ _______ of Rannagh West. James’ widow listed in Tithe Applotment with 21 acres. Bridget Considine b c 1850 dau of James Considine of Ballyvrislane mar Patt Malony of Donagore 2/1870. In 1825 Tithe List, a James Considine held 9.25 acres in Ballynalackan.

5/25/1865 John CONSIDINE farmer of Rannagh and son of Marty Considine and Honora KENNEDY b c 1848 of Ballyhean dau of Michael Kennedy. Test: Mortimer Considine and Maria Kennedy.

Bef 1864 Michael CONSIDINE b c 1832 farmer of Rannagh and Anne NEYLON d bef 1901. Ch: Bridget b 1/22/1864, Murty b 4/23/1865, Michael b 8/14/1866, Kate b 11/25/1867, Mary b 1/18/1869, Anne b 5/3/1870 and Margaret 1/31/1873 all b Rannagh. In 1901 living in Rannagh as a widower w/ch Mortimor 34, Bridget 36, Margret 23, Nora 20 and grandson Michael Kelly 9.

________ CONSTANTINE (CONSIDINE?) of Pranaugh (Rannagh?), Killamacry and ______ ______. Of Michael and Patrick Constantine who are in California. 'Any information will be thankfully received by their brother James, Bath Maine' (ad of 11/2/1861 adds: 'natives of Pranuagh, parish Killamacry'.

If you are interested in the source of these records contact me directly at Sharron rsvossoughi@sbcglobal.net

Re: County Clare Considines

christopher considine (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2004 9:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Considine
Tracking Considines in Clare is impossible! I have traced back to my Great Grandfather, who was a Michael Considine born in 1860 and he lived in Lisdoonvarna. He married a widow named Bridget O'Loughlin Larkin, who was born in 1871. They married on February 4, 1881. He had two sons, my Grandfather Michael and another son John who I know was born in 1890. He moved to Athlone.My Great Great Grandfather was also Michael and I estimate he was born around in the mid 1830's.

Re: County Clare Considines - correction

christopher considine (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2004 9:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Bridget Larkin was born in 1849, not 1871. Her son Patrick Larkin was born in 1871. It is not known if this childs name was changed to Considine.

Re: County Clare Considines

Posted: 28 Jan 2005 4:22AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Considine, Cullinan, Finn, Reidy in Bolooghra
1. PATRICK1 CONSIDINE was born Abt. 1790.
The Tithe Applotment Books of 1824 list only one Considine for Bolooghra. Patrick Considine shared 224 acres with Re. Pat Kelly and Michael Cullinan/Culligan. Based on this record we assume that Patrick was Michaels' father.

Child of PATRICK CONSIDINE is:
2. i. MICHAEL2 CONSIDINE, b. Abt. 1810, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland.


Generation No. 2

2. MICHAEL2 CONSIDINE (PATRICK1) was born Abt. 1810 in Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland. He married HONORA FINN. She was born Abt. 1815 in Ireland.
Children of MICHAEL CONSIDINE and HONORA FINN are:
i. WINIFRED3 CONSIDINE, d. Aft. 1932; m. JOHN CROWE.
ii. MICHAEL CONSIDINE, b. Aug 1835, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co..
Baptismal sponsor was Sinon Cahill.
iii. MICHAEL CONSIDINE, b. Nov 1838, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co..
Baptismal sponsors were John Finn & Hannah Reidy.
iv. BRIDGET CONSIDINE, b. Abt. 1841, Bolooghra,Kilfiddane, Clare Co., Ireland; m. PATRICK HALLORAN; b. Abt. 1836.
v. MARY CONSIDINE, b. Apr 1843, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland.
Baptismal sponsor was Mary Reidy.
vi. ELIZABETH CONSIDINE, b. Abt. 1845, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland; d. Aft. 1933, Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland; m. MICHAEL GOLDEN, 13 Nov 1870, Roman Catholic Chapel of Cree, Parish of Cooraclare, Ireland; b. 1830, Cree, Cooraclare/Kilmacduane, Clare Co., Ireland; d. Bef. 1901, Cree, Cooraclare/Kilmacduane, Clare Co., Ireland.
vii. JOHN CONSIDINE, b. Jun 1846, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland.
Baptismal sponsor was Margaret Finn.
viii. THOMAS CONSIDINE, b. 06 Jun 1847, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland; d. 12 Nov 1933, at home in Lemars, IA; m. HONORA LANNON, 15 Sep 1873, Susquehannah County, PA; b. 15 Apr 1846, Labasheeda, Twnland of Kilkerin, Clare Co., Ireland; d. 02 Jul 1931, Lemars, IA.
Thomas and Nora emmigrated to the US in 1880 and were naturalized in 1885.
Emigration: 1880, From Ireland to Susquehannah County, PA
Notes for HONORA LANNON:
Nora was born in Labasheeda, County Clare, Ireland. Labasheeda used to be known as Killofin.
Nora came to America at the age of 17 in 1863. She settled in Susquehannah, PA where in Sept. 1873 she married Thomas Considine. In 1879 the couple arrived in Lemars, IA.

ix. SUSAN CONSIDINE, b. Jul 1851, Bolooghra, Kilfiddane parish, Clare Co., Ireland; d. 25 Jul 1884, Plymouth Co., IA; m. MICHAEL PATRICK FERGUSON; b. 15 Jul 1857, Sligo, Ireland; d. 08 Nov 1929, Lemars, IA.
x. MARGARET CONSIDINE, b. 1862, Ireland; d. 1945, Lemars, IA; m. JOHN CONNOR, 28 Aug 1886, Plymouth Co., IA; b. 1847, Ireland; d. 1913, Lemars, IA.
Immigration: 1857, to U.S.A.

Nancy, my maternal ancestors came from Clare to Susquehanna, PA then to Plymouth Co., Iowa. I suspect that your bunch was in the Dubuque area, but my question is:
were your CONSIDINES in the Susquehanna, PA area in the 1870's and 1880's. My GGrandparents were married there. Above is the information I've received from Clare Heritage;Thomas Considine and Honora Lannon are my GGrandparents.

Re: County Clare Considines - correction

barbara kelley (View posts)
Posted: 25 Mar 2005 5:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, My great grandmother was a Considine from County Clare. If you would go to genealogy.com key in the name of Considine, i have placed addresses for great searches on the name Considine. It would be a huge help to key in Clare Census 1901 and get onto their website. There is an incredible wealth of information and its got to be the very best in Ireland. i have working in it for 3 years. Good luck,
clare census is offered through the County Clare Library.

Re: County Clare Considines - correction

christopher considine (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jun 2005 11:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Clare library is helpful, but the Considine's are not easy to track. I have made little progress in a year.

Re: County Clare Considines

Posted: 2 Dec 2005 5:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
my Gr-gr grandfather Michael Considine was born in Lisdoonvarna in 1823, he married Mary Foley, b1827/8. They moved to St Helens Lancs shortly after 1851.
Any connection?
dave.
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