Researching John Seery/Sairy married Catherine Boyle Oct. 21, 1879 at RC Chapel of Caragh in County Kildare, Leinster.
Their residences are listed as Yeomanstown
They lived in Gloucester Co., New Jersey in 1880
Her parents were Bridget & Patrick Boyle he deceased by 1879
His father's name starts with M but is illegible on marriage certificate. He was the Herd at Yeomanstown..
I am searching for information about the family of Michael SEERY who married Mary LARGE (nee FOLLIARD) at Naas, County Kildare, Ireland in 1849. This couple had the following children that I know of (all baptised Caragh Catholic parish, County Kildare, from the townland of Prosperous):
Mary SEERY 1851
Margaret SEERY 1852
Bridget SEERY 1854
Peter SEERY 1855
Edward SEERY 1856
Elizabeth Mary SEERY 1858
Agnes SEERY 1859
Ellen SEERY 1860
Michael SEERY 1860
Catherine SEERY 1863
I have some information on Bridget Seery, as she is my great, great grandmother.
From my recent research through Ireland records, she married Martin Fullum (date unknown) and had one daughter (that I know of) named Mary Ann Hannom (nee Fullum). Mary Ann married 'unknown so far' and had one daughter that I know of, my grandmother Bridget McAuley (nee Hannon) who married my grandfather Charles Davey McAuley.
Charles and Bridget had five children born in the US, one being my father James George McCauley (name changed at Immigration in NYC).
James George McCauley has three children, one being me James Anthony, and I live in Manhattan.
I can give more info if curious. I'd like to know what you find out as well as my dad recently is requesting this information, hence my research. He's 81 years old and his mom's Bridget McCauley (nee Hannan) birthday is this Sunday.
"Martin Fullum had one daughter named Mary Ann Hannom (nee Fullum). Mary Ann married and had one daughter, my grandmother Bridget McAuley (nee Hannon)"
What is very interesting here is your father's age of 81 years. This is the longevity "Fulham gene" most male Fulham members have an average of 86 years, The female members live into their 90's. Irrespective of the spelling all Fulham members have the same DNA and family gifts.
Martin Fullam(etc) is a City of Dublin surname yet it was found in the 1800's in County Kildare when a Martin Fullam died in poverty. He was a Land Agent and he was attacked by local Fenians and crippled of course the landlord done nothing for him or his children.
It is also found in my family of 1800's County Longford that Martin was also employed as a Land Agent whether it is the same person I do not know as the above story is hearsay via a New York family member.
There is a family in New York City and New York State descended from the Martin Fullam of the City of Dublin Liberties 1849 (New York City) Their relatives are still found in the very same area where the NYC FAMILY LEFT IN 1849.
Your father may be pleased to know he can read of his 900 year Fulham family history on our Fulham Fullam family site found under genealogy on google. look for Fulham Fullem Fullam Fulm family. We have reunited 65 families internationally and all our family members are welcome to join our membership.
may I ask that you be more specific with how I can find your site. Can't find it in Google. Thanks.
County Kildare Fulham-Fullam Family
Griffiths Valuation 1846-1864 circa:
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Oldconnell, County Kildare
Fullam John Oldconnell Oldconnell Kildare
Fullam Patrick Barrettstown Oldconnell Kildare
Fullam Patrick Tankards Garden Oldconnell Kildare
Fullam Patrick, Sr. Barrettstown Oldconnell Kildare
Fullam Peter Blacktrench Oldconnell Kildare
Fullam William Blacktrench Oldconnell Kildare
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Feighcullen, County Kildare ( Most common surnames in Feighcullen in 1851 Fulham (4 families)
Townlands or streets.
Fulham John Clongorey Feighcullen Kildare
Fulham John, Jr. Clongorey Feighcullen Kildare
Fulham Patrick Clongorey Feighcullen Kildare
Fulham Peter Clongorey Feighcullen Kildare
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Ladytown, County Kildare
Fulham Bartholomew Ladytown Ladytown Kildare
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Kilcock, County Kildare
Fulham Thomas Mill-Lane Kilcock Kildare
Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Naas, County Kildare
Fullam Mary Naas East Naas Kildare
If you come across any references to Michael or Thomas SEERY in Australia - my ggranfather was Thomas who arrived in Victoria 1860 and moved to NSW (Southern Highlands) prior to sponsoring Michael SEERY also from Ireland who arrived in NSW 1861. Both joined the first intake of the NSW Police Force in 1862 - It a ppears Michael came from Westmeath and Thomas from Roscommon I would appreciate any contact from you that may assist me
Re: SEERY-Kildare. Information on Brigid
Brigid Seery b 1846 d 1895 married Martin Fullam b 1845 d 1890 of Blacktrench, Caragh, Co Kildare in 1874. They had seven children. (1)William Fullam 1875 - 1896, (2) Mary-Ann b 1876 who married James Hannon and lived in the area - she had three children - Patrick , Brigid and Mary K. (3)Anne b 1878 d 1944, emigrated to Portmouth NH and married a cousin Peter Fullam, they had one son who Richard Gerard who flew with teh Flying Tigers in WW2. (4)Brigid b 1881 d1971 married Aaron Hurd lived in the Portsmouith NH area (5) Margaret b 1882 d 1896 (6) Thomas born 1884 married Catherine Reade of Waterford in New York in 1914 - he may have fought in the Boer War and (7) Christina b 1886 d 1970= married Leo Leoard Shea in 1914 in Portsmouth NH
Re: SEERY-Kildare. Information on Brigid
You might some inaccuracies in your note.
Mary Ann Fullam, who married James Hannon had many children, which I have confirmed through records and a recent visit to their relatives in Naas in May.
They were my great grandparents. I'm trying to find living Fullam's in NY.
I think my tree map is public so you can see details.