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    1. [CO CORK] Cork families under research
    2. Eric Young
    3. For the sake of future retrieval from Rootsweb archives of COUNTY CORK list, here is list of families that are subject of my research. LOANE - Family of Dr Richard LOANE and his wife Margery ASH of Bandon, marriage in St Peter church of Ireland 26 May 1761 - Associated names of descendants / spouses are: MOORE BETTESWORTH PAYNE HUNGERFORD COLBURN DICKSON JACK CONNELL GREGG COLLINS ROGERS EVANSON CROKER HARRIS HARVEY HUSSEY LEE BRADSHAW BEAMISH HEARD Some of their descendants migrated to England and Australia Eric Young

    03/01/2020 03:49:23
    1. [CO CORK] Re: COUNTYCORK suggestion to move to Groups.io
    2. Elizabeth W Knowlton
    3. Yes, I would like this.  At least one, maybe two, of my Cork groups have moved there. Checking, I discovered I am not the administrator of this or any other Cork list (just three others, two of which I will move to Groups.io ). Sorry I am getting so spacey with Cork lists--have we heard from Administrator? Elizabeth On 1/11/2020 4:06 AM, countycork-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:22:23 -0800 > From: Kieran Healy<kieran@lighting-design.tv> > Subject: [CO CORK] Re: COUNTYCORK Digest, Vol 15, Issue 1 > To:countycork@rootsweb.com > > Hi Elizabeth and all, > > A lot of the other rootsweb groups I belong to have moved their lists to: > https://groups.io/ > it seems to be a lot better and easier to deal with, is it possible we could do the same ??? > Best........Kieran

    01/11/2020 05:17:46
    1. [CO CORK] Re: COUNTYCORK Digest, Vol 15, Issue 1
    2. Kieran Healy
    3. Hi Elizabeth and all, A lot of the other rootsweb groups I belong to have moved their lists to: https://groups.io/ it seems to be a lot better and easier to deal with, is it possible we could do the same ??? Best........Kieran

    01/10/2020 09:22:23
    1. [CO CORK] closing down
    2. Jenny Smith
    3. For an alternative for a good forum try. I have found the community that use it very helpful. No selling no ads. Genealogy Specialists Tracing Our Past, Discovering Our Genes (TOP DOG) www.genealogy-specialists.com/<http://www.genealogy-specialists.com/> Jenny

    01/10/2020 04:47:51
    1. [CO CORK] Re: All Rootsweb mailing lists closing Mar 2
    2. Eileen Franchi
    3. Sent from my iPad > On 9 Jan 2020, at 13:20, Eileen Franchi via COUNTYCORK <countycork@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Hi Elizabeth, thankyou for this. I had no idea it was all being closed down, how sad. My main interests were with Sussex, London and Ireland, County Cork. I still have an ongoing problem with my 5xgt grandfathers parents in Ireland, and think i now have the right ones, Francis Becher, cleric of Cloyne, and Isabella Andrews, his first wife. But cant find the birth record of their son, who was mentioned on the Dublin alumini aged 16, my possible 5xggrandfather Lionel, also the birth of Francis who may have come from England. The only clue is in names as the known mother of his wife was Sarah, so it seems reasonable to name his twin daughters Isabella and Sarah after both his and her mothers. The twins both died in childbirth unfortunately as did their mother. while Lionel died of Fever in the battle of Carthagena, south America and no will. I have all the history etc. Well nearly all.. > Anyway it would be good to keep in touch somehow though. > Sincerely Pat. Ps i have sent with my hotmail email address as not sure if the blueyonder will work for much longer. > > > > > > Sent from my iPad > >> On 8 Jan 2020, at 00:07, Elizabeth W Knowlton <knowltonew@earthlink.net> wrote: >> >>  After spending a bit of time getting all my lists running again, I heard from others and on other lists that Rootsweb will close them all down on March 2. This means that you have time between now and then to post to the list or answer someone else's question. >> After that, supposedly, the Archives of each list will still be on the Internet, you just will no longer be able communicate with anyone interested in your topic. >> I just checked a few posts in an archives and see that there will be no way to contact the posters because our emails do not show. Anything I post before the March 2 date will have my email. Without this kind of communication, I would have missed decades of useful sharing. >> At the moment my database is on the (embarrassing) Beta version of RootswebWorldconnect; however, unlike the original version, it gives you no way to contact the owner, really discouraging. For anyone interested, it turns out the old title of my database is still up there (Foley, Apperly, Knowlton, Smith); but if you were searching for it, you would have to look for Winspeare, what they call it. >> -- >> Elizabeth W Knowlton >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref >> Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/countycork@rootsweb.com >> Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 >> Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog >> RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/countycork@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/09/2020 09:19:05
    1. [CO CORK] Re: All Rootsweb mailing lists closing Mar 2
    2. Eileen Franchi
    3. Hi Elizabeth, thankyou for this. I had no idea it was all being closed down, how sad. My main interests were with Sussex, London and Ireland, County Cork. I still have an ongoing problem with my 5xgt grandfathers parents in Ireland, and think i now have the right ones, Francis Becher, cleric of Cloyne, and Isabella Andrews, his first wife. But cant find the birth record of their son, who was mentioned on the Dublin alumini aged 16, my possible 5xggrandfather Lionel, also the birth of Francis who may have come from England. The only clue is in names as the known mother of his wife was Sarah, so it seems reasonable to name his twin daughters Isabella and Sarah after both his and her mothers. The twins both died in childbirth unfortunately as did their mother. while Lionel died of Fever in the battle of Carthagena, south America and no will. I have all the history etc. Well nearly all.. Anyway it would be good to keep in touch somehow though. Sincerely Pat. Ps i have sent with my hotmail email address as not sure if the blueyonder will work for much longer. Sent from my iPad > On 8 Jan 2020, at 00:07, Elizabeth W Knowlton <knowltonew@earthlink.net> wrote: > >  After spending a bit of time getting all my lists running again, I heard from others and on other lists that Rootsweb will close them all down on March 2. This means that you have time between now and then to post to the list or answer someone else's question. > After that, supposedly, the Archives of each list will still be on the Internet, you just will no longer be able communicate with anyone interested in your topic. > I just checked a few posts in an archives and see that there will be no way to contact the posters because our emails do not show. Anything I post before the March 2 date will have my email. Without this kind of communication, I would have missed decades of useful sharing. > At the moment my database is on the (embarrassing) Beta version of RootswebWorldconnect; however, unlike the original version, it gives you no way to contact the owner, really discouraging. For anyone interested, it turns out the old title of my database is still up there (Foley, Apperly, Knowlton, Smith); but if you were searching for it, you would have to look for Winspeare, what they call it. > -- > Elizabeth W Knowlton > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/countycork@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/09/2020 06:12:41
    1. [CO CORK] All Rootsweb mailing lists closing Mar 2
    2. Elizabeth W Knowlton
    3.     After spending a bit of time getting all my lists running again, I heard from others and on other lists that Rootsweb will close them all down on March 2.  This means that you have time between now and then to post to the list or answer someone else's question.     After that, supposedly, the Archives of each list will still be on the Internet, you just will no longer be able communicate with anyone interested in your topic.     I just checked a few posts in an archives and see that there will be no way to contact the posters because our emails do not show.  Anything I post before the March 2 date will have my email.  Without this kind of communication, I would have missed decades of useful sharing.     At the moment my database is on the (embarrassing) Beta version of RootswebWorldconnect; however, unlike the original version, it gives you no way to contact the owner, really discouraging.  For anyone interested, it turns out the old title of my database is still up there (Foley, Apperly, Knowlton, Smith); but if you were searching for it, you would have to look for Winspeare, what they call it. -- Elizabeth W Knowlton

    01/07/2020 04:57:08
    1. [CO CORK] Family Tree DNA Y-dna and mtdna sale
    2. Elizabeth W Knowlton
    3. For some lists I administer and at least two I do not, here is news of a sale on Y and mtdna tests for serious genealogists.  Glad to answer any questions. https://mailchi.mp/familytreedna/y-dna-mtdna-savings-of-up-to-250-during-the-thanksgiving-sale?e=d44f618c76 -- Elizabeth Knowlton

    11/13/2019 01:55:38
    1. [CO CORK] Re: Nowlan family in Co.Cork Query 1700's- 1800's
    2. fabiochris
    3. Thanks Reg. I have tried the Dionysios spelling for Denis/Dennis. I have found for my William Nowlan and Mary Walsh family that in the microfilm images for Registers on the nli.ie website they are recorded with the Latin version of their first names but in the transcriptions on the irishgenealogy.ie site this families first names where changed into the English version. Cheers Chris -----Original Message----- From: Reg Volk [mailto:regvolk@shaw.ca] Sent: Monday, 4 March 2019 12:55 PM To: A mailing list for genealogy queries and research dealing with County Cork, Ireland. <countycork@rootsweb.com> Cc: fabiochris@xtra.co.nz Subject: Re: [CO CORK] Nowlan family in Co.Cork Query 1700's- 1800's Seems like him at Listowel in 1808..perhaps not married? Have you pursued the Dionysios spelling?=Dennis https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/search.jsp? Reg On Mar 3, 2019, at 2:16 PM, fabiochris <fabiochris@xtra.co.nz> wrote: Hi Folks, this is my first post to your list. I am searching for my Nowlan family in Co.Cork........ based upon a meeting with a local man in Drombeg , Co.Kerry. My Greatgrandfather William Nowlan was born in Drombeg in 1862, his parents being my 2xsGreatgrandparents William Nowlan and Mary Walsh....... 2xgreatgrandFather William Nowlan is recorded as being born in India on his son Dennis Nolans 1910 USA census. I have found a birth which fits his correct age, for a William Nowlan in Madras, India in 1830 from the GRO Army Chaplains Birth Indices (1796-1880), record set: British Nationals armed forces births 1761-2005. But his parents are not recorded and I can find no record of Dennis Nowlan being a British National in their Armed Forces in India. I have searched the National Archives, the British in India record set on FindmyPast and searched the Forces War Records website with no success, so am not sure where to go from here. A different source (a book, Northern New York, a genealogical and family history of northern NY.published in 1910, in a paragraph about Willian's son Father Dennis Nolan ) does name Williams parents as Dennis Nolan and Jenni Dowd but I have searched in vain for a Dennis Nowlan stationed in India in 1830. And in searching the IrishGenealogy.ie website between 1760-1826 I have not found a marriage for Denis and Jennie Dowd or a birth for this Denis Nowlan or for Jenni Dowd/Doud................

    03/04/2019 01:59:38
    1. [CO CORK] Re: Nowlan family in Co.Cork Query 1700's- 1800's
    2. Reg Volk
    3. Seems like him at Listowel in 1808..perhaps not married? Have you pursued the Dionysios spelling?=Dennis https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/search.jsp?name2fm=&name2l=Doud&namefm=Dennis&namel=Nowlan&location=&yyfrom=&yyto=&submit=Search&sort=&pageSize=100&diocese=&parish=&century=&decade=&ddBfrom=&ddMfrom=&ddDfrom=&mmBfrom=&mmMfrom=&mmDfrom=&yyBfrom=&yyMfrom=&yyDfrom=&ddBto=&ddMto=&ddDto=&mmBto=&mmMto=&mmDto=&yyBto=&yyMto=&yyDto=&locationB=&locationM=&locationD=&member0=&member1=&member2=&member3=&member4=&member5=&member6=&member7=&member8=&member9=&namef0=&namef1=&namef2=&namef3=&namef4=&namef5=&namef6=&namef7=&namef8=&namef9=&namel0=&namel1=&namel2=&namel3=&namel4=&namel5=&namel6=&namel7=&namel8=&namel9=&keyword=&event= Reg Sent from my iPad > On Mar 3, 2019, at 2:16 PM, fabiochris <fabiochris@xtra.co.nz> wrote: > > Hi Folks, this is my first post to your list. > > > > I am searching for my Nowlan family in Co.Cork based upon a meeting nearly 4 > years ago with a local man who had lived all his life in the Townland of > Drombeg (near Listowel) in Co.Kerry, and told us with words to the effect of > "it was said that the Nolans came from Co.Cork". My Greatgrandfather > William Nowlan was born in Drombeg in 1862, his parents being my > 2xsGreatgrandparents William Nowlan and Mary Walsh. ( An aside. the surname > Nowlan is used in the marriage of William and Mary and various children > birth records but as the 1800's went on into 1900 it seems that all the > family were using the "Nolan" version.) > > > > 2xgreatgrandFather William Nowlan is recorded as being born in India on his > son Dennis Nolans 1910 USA census. I have found a birth which fits his > correct age, for a William Nowlan in Madras, India in 1830 from the GRO Army > Chaplains Birth Indices (1796-1880), record set: British Nationals armed > forces births 1761-2005. But his parents are not recorded and I can find no > record of Dennis Nowlan being a British National in their Armed Forces in > India. I have searched the National Archives, the British in India record > set on FindmyPast and searched the Forces War Records website with no > success, so am not sure where to go from here. > > A different source (a book, Northern New York, a genealogical and family > history of northern NY.published in 1910, in a paragraph about Willian's > son Father Dennis Nolan ) does name Williams parents as Dennis Nolan and > Jenni Dowd but I have searched in vain for a Dennis Nowlan stationed in > India in 1830. And in searching the IrishGenealogy.ie website between > 1760-1826 I have not found a marriage for Denis and Jennie Dowd or a birth > for this Denis Nowlan or for Jenni Dowd/Doud > > > > This has been my Brick Wall so I decided to try Co.Cork. I have found in > the Tithes of the Parish of Cullen, in Knockduff, a Denis Nowlan and > Partners paying Tithes for 1. Arable and Pasture and 2. Arable and poor > pasture. As these tithes records are between 1823-1837 I do not think this > could be Williams father Denis Nowlan as surely he would have been too > young but could be a relative???? Also in 1824 in the Parish of Listowel > there is the birth of a Mary Nowlan to a Denis Nowlan and Jane Dowd/Doud. > So if Dennis Nowlan was from Co.Cork something lead him to move up to the > Listowel area of Co.Kerry. and for his son William (born in India) to > return to that area and marry a local girl. Perhaps it was a connection to > a Maurice Nolan which I will mention now. > > > > It seems the family of William Nolan and Mary Walsh did not stick to the > traditional Irish naming pattern. Their first son (born 1854) being named > Maurice, perhaps in honour of the Maurice Nolan who leased land in Drombeg > (found in Griffiths Valuations) and whose house and land they ended up > raising their family in and farming. Also this Maurice I have been unable > to find any info on. Their 2nd son born 1856 named Dennis , 3rd son born > 1858 named John and not Edmund which was Mary's fathers name. 4th son born > 1862 William, 5th son born 1864 named Thomas. Perhaps a son called Edmund > was born between Dennis and John but died in infancy but have found no birth > record for an Edmund Nolan. > > I am not sure where to go from here to find a Nowlan connection in Co.Cork > and would really welcome all suggestions on how to proceed. > > Many thanks > > Chris in NZ > > > > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/countycork@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    03/03/2019 04:55:04
    1. [CO CORK] Nowlan family in Co.Cork Query 1700's- 1800's
    2. fabiochris
    3. Hi Folks, this is my first post to your list. I am searching for my Nowlan family in Co.Cork based upon a meeting nearly 4 years ago with a local man who had lived all his life in the Townland of Drombeg (near Listowel) in Co.Kerry, and told us with words to the effect of "it was said that the Nolans came from Co.Cork". My Greatgrandfather William Nowlan was born in Drombeg in 1862, his parents being my 2xsGreatgrandparents William Nowlan and Mary Walsh. ( An aside. the surname Nowlan is used in the marriage of William and Mary and various children birth records but as the 1800's went on into 1900 it seems that all the family were using the "Nolan" version.) 2xgreatgrandFather William Nowlan is recorded as being born in India on his son Dennis Nolans 1910 USA census. I have found a birth which fits his correct age, for a William Nowlan in Madras, India in 1830 from the GRO Army Chaplains Birth Indices (1796-1880), record set: British Nationals armed forces births 1761-2005. But his parents are not recorded and I can find no record of Dennis Nowlan being a British National in their Armed Forces in India. I have searched the National Archives, the British in India record set on FindmyPast and searched the Forces War Records website with no success, so am not sure where to go from here. A different source (a book, Northern New York, a genealogical and family history of northern NY.published in 1910, in a paragraph about Willian's son Father Dennis Nolan ) does name Williams parents as Dennis Nolan and Jenni Dowd but I have searched in vain for a Dennis Nowlan stationed in India in 1830. And in searching the IrishGenealogy.ie website between 1760-1826 I have not found a marriage for Denis and Jennie Dowd or a birth for this Denis Nowlan or for Jenni Dowd/Doud This has been my Brick Wall so I decided to try Co.Cork. I have found in the Tithes of the Parish of Cullen, in Knockduff, a Denis Nowlan and Partners paying Tithes for 1. Arable and Pasture and 2. Arable and poor pasture. As these tithes records are between 1823-1837 I do not think this could be Williams father Denis Nowlan as surely he would have been too young but could be a relative???? Also in 1824 in the Parish of Listowel there is the birth of a Mary Nowlan to a Denis Nowlan and Jane Dowd/Doud. So if Dennis Nowlan was from Co.Cork something lead him to move up to the Listowel area of Co.Kerry. and for his son William (born in India) to return to that area and marry a local girl. Perhaps it was a connection to a Maurice Nolan which I will mention now. It seems the family of William Nolan and Mary Walsh did not stick to the traditional Irish naming pattern. Their first son (born 1854) being named Maurice, perhaps in honour of the Maurice Nolan who leased land in Drombeg (found in Griffiths Valuations) and whose house and land they ended up raising their family in and farming. Also this Maurice I have been unable to find any info on. Their 2nd son born 1856 named Dennis , 3rd son born 1858 named John and not Edmund which was Mary's fathers name. 4th son born 1862 William, 5th son born 1864 named Thomas. Perhaps a son called Edmund was born between Dennis and John but died in infancy but have found no birth record for an Edmund Nolan. I am not sure where to go from here to find a Nowlan connection in Co.Cork and would really welcome all suggestions on how to proceed. Many thanks Chris in NZ

    03/03/2019 03:16:52
    1. [CO CORK] Re: [CO CORK] CORK COURT RECORDS
    2. Shirley Arabin
    3. Many official papers like court records were lost when the Public Record Office burnt in the 1922 fire. However, being Irish, many regional papers were not sent in to the PRO in Dublin so did survive. try National Archives Dublin for a start. On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 12:56 PM Maggie <duck2@bigpond.com> wrote: > My ancestor was convicted at Cork 1821, transported to Australia via the > Mangles 2. Arrived NSW 1822 he was 15. > > Have been trying to find Cork court records 1821, Michl. Casey born 1807 > Cork. Would anyone have any knowledge of 1821 Cork court records. > > Thanks Maggie > > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=OweWe4d3XaNuQZYwtLSCsQuZCJKLk3jdqqNT0Cmkgkg&s=XnJDfmMHmhn5J0PZIoWno1cXFcJp-f9VjJhe72JHPsE&e= > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/countycork@rootsweb.com > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=OweWe4d3XaNuQZYwtLSCsQuZCJKLk3jdqqNT0Cmkgkg&s=KOACYyc8yIb-3hLced97XC5em_psmKl0LApzgWCA574&e= Terms and Conditions: > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=OweWe4d3XaNuQZYwtLSCsQuZCJKLk3jdqqNT0Cmkgkg&s=ZkXX4yKWZJif3Am_Z8vzH5dPF044cAE0zOJ8Wupv-X0&e= > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    09/24/2018 08:27:54
    1. [CO CORK] CORK COURT RECORDS
    2. Maggie
    3. My ancestor was convicted at Cork 1821, transported to Australia via the Mangles 2. Arrived NSW 1822 he was 15. Have been trying to find Cork court records 1821, Michl. Casey born 1807 Cork. Would anyone have any knowledge of 1821 Cork court records. Thanks Maggie

    09/24/2018 06:56:27
    1. [CO CORK] Mary MURPHY, Jeremiah LONG and Catherine LONG
    2. Catherine Hamilton
    3. Hello Cork List It is good to have the List back in action. It has taken me quite some years to figure out the following. Mary MURPHY and Julia MURPHY were sisters. Mary was baptised in 1819 and Julie baptised in 1831, both at St Mary’s Cork City. Mary MURPHY married Jeremiah LONG at the same church on 19 November 1848. The witnesses were Denis LONG and Mary KELEHER. Mary and Jeremiah had a daughter, Catherine LONG, baptised at the same church on 17 February 1850. The witnesses were Mathew LONG and Mary CROWLY. Meanwhile Mary’s sister, Julia MURPHY married Patrick VAUGHAN and emigrated to Tasmania in 1855. Patrick VAUGHAN then sponsored Mary and her daughter Catherine to emigrate to Tasmania. Before leaving Cork in 1859, Mary LONG nee MURPHY went to St Mary’s Church requesting official documentation. On 19 April 1859 Mary obtained a certificate stating that she was the legitimate daughter of Michael MURPHY and Mary CUMMINS baptised at the same church on 19 October 1819. A few days later, on 25 April 1859, Mary obtained another document, this one saying that Catherine LONG was the legitimate daughter of Jeremiah LONG and Mary MURPHY and that she had been baptised at the same church on 17 February 1850. Mary and Catherine set sail for Tasmanian, Mary travelling as Mary MURPHY, not her married name of Mary LONG, and young Catherine travelling as Catherine LONG. Mary had the documentation to show that she was Catherine’s mother, even though she was travelling using her maiden name. Would anyone have any ideas as to why Mary would go to all this trouble to ensure she could vouch for her and her daughter’s identity, and travel under her maiden name rather than her married name? She seemed to be a good Catholic, and when living in Tasmania, was active in the Catholic Church. Interestingly when young Catherine later married and had a great swag of sons, not one received a name used by the LONG family. No Jeremiah, no Denis and no Mathew. Any ideas really welcome. It is such a curious story. Many thanks Catherine in Tasmania

    09/24/2018 01:17:42
    1. [CO CORK] Re: Church of Ireland records being digitized.
    2. Jan Fortado
    3. I have NO IDEA why that link appeared for where to find the digitized records. I did not include that long link but rather a short one that brings you to the site. Rather than take the chance of having an inaccurate link appear again, I can say that it is the site where the West Cork and Kerry records are. Jan ________________________________ From: countycork-request@rootsweb.com <countycork-request@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2018 8:01 PM To: countycork@rootsweb.com Subject: COUNTYCORK Digest, Vol 13, Issue 40 Send COUNTYCORK mailing list submissions to countycork@rootsweb.com To subscribe via email send a message with subject subscribe and body subscribe to countycork-request@rootsweb.com To unsubscribe via email send a message with subject unsubscribe and body unsubscribe to countycork-request@rootsweb.com You can reach the person managing the list at countycork-owner@rootsweb.com When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of COUNTYCORK digest..." Today's Topics: 1. unsubscribe (grondin.michele@videotron.ca) 2. Church of Ireland records being digitized (Jan Fortado) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2018 09:07:07 -0400 From: <grondin.michele@videotron.ca> Subject: [CO CORK] unsubscribe To: <countycork@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <DDBAD054B7E24898ADF3A6F48760D971@michelebureau> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" unsubscribe --- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com_-3Furl-3Dhttps-253A-252F-252Furldefense.proofpoint.com-252Fv2-252Furl-253Fu-253Dhttps-2D3A-5F-5Fwww.avg.com-2526d-253DDwIFAw-2526c-253DkKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg-2526r-253D-2DkRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw-5FcvYlFFdU-2526m-253Dk1Fugf-2Dtd78t2t0lNTr2Z7ijVqc2aOjPbdnrQL-5FKSmk-2526s-253DwQutdzzaEGlFXqsElhwTjVNzrLgX-5FT7XOULnbD383fA-2526e-26amp-3Bdata-3D02-257C01-257C-257Cf1ec38772a994585df8e08d621b0f81f-257C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa-257C1-257C0-257C636733441284756333-26amp-3Bsdata-3D9bGiMK-252FP8GDffn3btxz-252B9H4hDf-252FifR-252BGVmNBHq3hdk8-253D-26amp-3Breserved-3D0-3D&d=DwIFAw&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=Ugn8ZJEM-X4wc-xsIRFVANgk1-KNh04qvjN7zXU8rZM&s=0Xw2SwQNrShEAtqW-zLvMKaDD-dGuKzLvItw67BKYKg&e= ------------------------------ Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 00:01:13 +0000 From: Jan Fortado <janfortado2007@hotmail.com> Subject: [CO CORK] Church of Ireland records being digitized To: "countycork@rootsweb.com" <countycork@rootsweb.com> Message-ID: <BN3PR15MB0865D9ED4F02CDB2AE3E7CA2CA100@BN3PR15MB0865.namp rd15.prod.outlook.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" According to Irish Central, the Minister for Culture, Heritage, and Gaeltacht has announced a grant has been awarded to digitize Church of Ireland records held at the Representative Church Body. There is no timeline mentioned, but when the records are digitized, they will be available on https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com_-3Furl-3Dhttps-253A-252F-252Furldefense.proofpoint.com-252Fv2-252Furl-253Fu-253Dhttp-2D3A-5F-5Fwww.irishgenealogy.ie-2526d-253DDwIFAw-2526c-253DkKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg-2526r-253D-2DkRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw-5FcvYlFFdU-2526m-253DMkHj3Q1D68TdOq9jsD08KnK-5F0VhHF3wBJmq9i3Hjsfc-2526s-253DUkPmrgs8aHhXqZgmt1HB5fMGGnuafk2d8uInUHVd9jQ-2526e-26amp-3Bdata-3D02-257C01-257C-257Cf1ec38772a994585df8e08d621b0f81f-257C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa-257C1-257C0-257C636733441284756333-26amp-3Bsdata-3DPakhCnK7yjGC1FCAy380oyd1-252FNu1O-252BxiuZFHJEKNIss-253D-26amp-3Breserved-3D0-3D&d=DwIFAw&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=Ugn8ZJEM-X4wc-xsIRFVANgk1-KNh04qvjN7zXU8rZM&s=UogKTJw70_aHHmPVhFvub7k_rQ5GJHsGHgl0zHOzr4w&e=<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com_-3Furl-3Dhttps-253A-252F-252Furldefense.proofpoint.com-252Fv2-252Furl-253Fu-253Dhttp-2D3A-5F-5Fwww.irishgenealogy.ie-2526d-253DDwIFAw-2526c-253DkKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg-2526r-253D-2DkRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw-5FcvYlFFdU-2526m-253DMkHj3Q1D68TdOq9jsD08KnK-5F0VhHF3wBJmq9i3Hjsfc-2526s-253DUkPmrgs8aHhXqZgmt1HB5fMGGnuafk2d8uInUHVd9jQ-2526e-26amp-3Bdata-3D02-257C01-257C-257Cf1ec38772a994585df8e08d621b0f81f-257C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa-257C1-257C0-257C636733441284756333-26amp-3Bsdata-3DPakhCnK7yjGC1FCAy380oyd1-252FNu1O-252BxiuZFHJEKNIss-253D-26amp-3Breserved-3D0-3D&d=DwIFAw&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=Ugn8ZJEM-X4wc-xsIRFVANgk1-KNh04qvjN7zXU8rZM&s=UogKTJw70_aHHmPVhFvub7k_rQ5GJHsGHgl0zHOzr4w&e=>. Great news! ________________________________ End of COUNTYCORK Digest, Vol 13, Issue 40 ******************************************

    09/23/2018 06:10:57
    1. [CO CORK] Church of Ireland records being digitized
    2. Jan Fortado
    3. According to Irish Central, the Minister for Culture, Heritage, and Gaeltacht has announced a grant has been awarded to digitize Church of Ireland records held at the Representative Church Body. There is no timeline mentioned, but when the records are digitized, they will be available on https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.irishgenealogy.ie&d=DwIFAw&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=MkHj3Q1D68TdOq9jsD08KnK_0VhHF3wBJmq9i3Hjsfc&s=UkPmrgs8aHhXqZgmt1HB5fMGGnuafk2d8uInUHVd9jQ&e=<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.irishgenealogy.ie&d=DwIFAw&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=-kRt3zLR8BaiJXAnnv744ODqzzNJBEtJSw_cvYlFFdU&m=MkHj3Q1D68TdOq9jsD08KnK_0VhHF3wBJmq9i3Hjsfc&s=UkPmrgs8aHhXqZgmt1HB5fMGGnuafk2d8uInUHVd9jQ&e=>. Great news! ________________________________

    09/23/2018 06:01:13
    1. [CO CORK] Desmond
    2. Janet Lippelman
    3. Hello Elizabeth, I am trying to trace Dennis Desmond back to County Cork. I found his parents names from a record at The Little Sisters of the Poor in Cincinnati. My Desmond family were Catholic but I never found his baptism record or anything about his parents in Ireland. My Ancestry DNA matches are all 5th to 8th cousins so it’s hard to match my family to them. I have been finding it difficult to search in Ireland because there are so many Patrick and Dennis Desmond names in County Cork. Any ideas? Thanks for your response, Janet Sent from my iPad

    09/22/2018 09:50:40
    1. [CO CORK] Re: [CO CORK] Desmond
    2. Elizabeth Knowlton
    3. Hi, Janet,     Do you mean you are trying to find Patrick and Ellen in Co. Cork?  A birth record?     What sort of "matches" do you mean?  Please explain further, especially for DNA newbies, what the autosomal test that Ancestry offers has done for you.  We have lots of room here!     Cincinnati's big fire and floods later in the century makes research difficult there--I know from experience.  One or other of these destroyed many records. Elizabeth On 9/22/2018 4:02 AM, countycork-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2018 11:48:00 -0400 > From: Janet Lippelman<jansgen@gmail.com> > Subject: [CO CORK] Desmond > To:countycork@rootsweb.com > > > Good Morning, > I haven’t made any inquiries in a long time to this list so I thought I would add my ancestors. I’m looking for Dennis Desmond born around 1811 in County Cork. His parents were Patrick Desmond and Helen/ Ellen O’Donnell. > > Dennis went to Ontario Canada in the early 1840’s. He married Margaret? in Ireland or Canada.They had 2 children in Canada Ellen born in 1842 and Patrick born 1845. Dennis is in the 1850 census for Cincinnati,Ohio. They had another child Margaret in 1847 in Cincinnati. Dennis was listed as a blacksmith. He died in 1889 in Cincinnati, Ohio. I have many DNA matches on Ancestry for Desmond but so far I can’t find a connection. > > Thank you for any help, > Janet Lippelman

    09/22/2018 06:02:05
    1. [CO CORK] Desmond
    2. Janet Lippelman
    3. Good Morning, I haven’t made any inquiries in a long time to this list so I thought I would add my ancestors. I’m looking for Dennis Desmond born around 1811 in County Cork. His parents were Patrick Desmond and Helen/ Ellen O’Donnell. Dennis went to Ontario Canada in the early 1840’s. He married Margaret? in Ireland or Canada.They had 2 children in Canada Ellen born in 1842 and Patrick born 1845. Dennis is in the 1850 census for Cincinnati,Ohio. They had another child Margaret in 1847 in Cincinnati. Dennis was listed as a blacksmith. He died in 1889 in Cincinnati, Ohio. I have many DNA matches on Ancestry for Desmond but so far I can’t find a connection. Thank you for any help, Janet Lippelman Sent from my iPad

    09/21/2018 09:48:00
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