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Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 28 May 2002 9:00PM GMT
Patrick b. about 1780 CO Mayo,Clare? married Mary Lawlor and had the following children:
Catherine/Daniel George
William b.1800/Mary Fox
Joseph/Mary Cushing
Francis b. 1808/Margaret Masterson
Patrick b.1815/Ann Doudle
Maria b. 1817/Enoch Hall
Ellen b.1822/Andrew Campbell
Edward b.1823/Anastasia O'Meara
The family emigrated to Quebec about 1825 and settled in Tingwick


Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 16 Jan 2009 2:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Mary Smith....still here?

I have info on Ivers and Lawlor. Ivers from County Mayo to QC to MN and Lawlor in MN.

Bill

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 17 Dec 2009 7:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am descended from Maria Ivers Hall. Daughter of Ivers/Lawlor. Would you be willing to share info.
Pat

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 12:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
I had the information about a year ago when I sent my message. Neither one is a mainline except one Lawlor girl who married into my Brown family in Renville County, MN. The Browns came to MN from Tingwick, QC where the Lawlors and Ivers also settled after coming from Ireland. I did not keep the info since no one had responded to my message until you did.

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 2:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ivers, Lawlor
We are interested in the origin of the Lawlors in Ireland who later settled in Tingwick, Quebec.then on to Minnesota.
Our g-g- grandmother Maria Ivers' parents were Mary Lawlor and Patrick Ivers.both died in Tingwick.

I would be able to share information that might help you. Many thanks.

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 10 Aug 2010 7:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ivers, Hall
Do you have any info on Maria Ivers and John Hall children? Where they were born and when. Any info would be great. Thanks lots. Pat

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 18 Aug 2012 3:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ivers, Lawlor
Do you have the exact place they came from in Co. Mayo? I have much information on the family that I would be willing to share.

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 19 Aug 2012 1:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Irish from Qc to MN
In 1868 a group of Irish families left the Tingwick area of QC and migrated to Renville County in south-central Minnesota. Known families were Brown, Goggin, Gleason, Buckley, Sullivan, and Murphy. It is believed that one or more Ivers and Lawlors also came to the same area of MN after the first group.

Other Irish families that stayed in the Tingwick area include Mullens, Ling, and various French families, plus members of the MN families that stayed in QC.

If anyone seeda possible connection give me a holler

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 18 Oct 2012 9:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
We are looking for the origin of the Iver/Lawlor famalies probably from Co. Mayo. They emigrated about 1824 to Tingwick, Quebec. Some moved to Mnchester, N. H. (Edward and Patrick famalies.)Renveille Co, Mn has not gotten their
cemeteries recorded as yet. Co Mayo Historical centers don't have early 1800 records. There ar no immigration records for this time either.

Re: Patrick Ivers/ Mary Lawlor/Ire/Que

Posted: 19 Oct 2012 4:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lawlor, Ivors, Brown, Buckley, Goggin
I am not sure if anyone named I vers came to MN but a Lawlor girl married one of my Brown ancestors that came from Tingwick to Renville County, MN.

If your ancestors came to Tingwick around 1824, check on the Peter Robinson immigrnts from 1823 and 1825. The English sponsored anumber of poor Irish to migrate to Canada. Peter Robinson was the British agent charged with selecting the families to be sponsored. He sent seven ships in 1823 and 13 ships in 1825.

The people were sent intially to Peterborough, Ontario. From there they spread far and wide. My Brown ancestors came in 1823 and Buckleys came in 1825. I never checked for Lawlor or Ivors. But the Tingwick area was heavily Irish as was nearby towns such as Warwick. Some still live in the area, though they are now more French than Irish.
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