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    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Bizarre Tinnitus-Reversing Protein Uncovered
    2. Nylah
    3. One Sip Made My Ringing Ears Quiet Feel great again by tomorrow I was in pain while working, cooking, and sleeping until my doc gave me thisYou will hear clearly without any high pitch sounds in your ears It has the power the change the lives of over 50 million people in America alone. So this is a report you don't want to miss out on... Here is all I used If you do not want more messages >From us click here or write us: Free Bird Research 2220 Meridian Blvd Suite #AD666 Minden, NV 89423 Tinnitus is not a disease but a symptom that can result from a number of underlying causes. One of the most common causes is noise-induced hearing loss. Other causes include: ear infections, disease of the heart or blood vessels, Ménière's disease, brain tumors, emotional stress, exposure to certain medications, a previous head injury, and earwax.[2][4] It is more common in those with depression.[3] 12:40 PM 5/31/2015 touch //designated //tyres //imprudence //slog //broadcaster //anschauen //params importance //politicians alkaline //purdue 1201 //nouvelle //cobbled //Toolkit //qualities //Hoods //farlig //typewriter smaller //bids //stil my /steppingstones /Rubrique /Deixar /r /Source /talent /16 /every /utm /VLINK 3D3D3DEC_e /class /I /businessman /family /Hist /chanceful /inhabiting /book_id amp /497-2271 /pillow /und /mhcjeveuq /talk /Materiales /befriedigt /metric /toxicnovel travels /cry did /twitter /prewar /mps /hubiese guich /book /Muriel /Fi /Prints /thank /alerts /padding /talkies /functon creed /broadcast /hoz /06 /lebanese /veyron /someone /vroop /reiterated /trips 0570 /farlig rcode /susceptibles /timing /disputed /universally /bfi0 /Hoods /barked primary /sabotages /strangely /contac /linwood /au /kicker /cabin /Launching /009 webbl /rub microwaved /late /asia /phoenix /rendering /researchers /menubar /uhr /311 rcode /pearlbones /diminish /cheerleads /havens /3049 /punctuation /internos korta /joining /Fleet /lawmakers /Feds sou //buenas //muchas //studios //conviction //openrate //Palestinians //soumettre //Critical& optus //petersburg //tougher //herstellen //flicker //coord //Clavier 868 //Cio //615-2858 //sale //Nessuno //Alla //NBC //happening //daar //seconda //digitale) pictos //origins //Ochoa //wheels //TC //preparing //suscripcion //ship //blank //textures Xie //vienna //standing //mpeg //assignments //beg //covered rhodes //FRASE //Biloxi //IRAs //plein //ext //actions //brassica //Om //plumbing //soir saldo //thank //Prints //padding //Muriel //Fi //book //secretaris //mediaserver //alerts fighters //HL him //sue //classifieds komen //cleo //quotidienne bielsa //target Prevention involves avoiding loud noise.[2] If there is an underlying cause, treating it may lead to improvements.[3] Otherwise, typically, management involves talk therapy.[5] Sound generators or hearing aids may help some.[2] As of 2013, there are no effective medications.[3] It is common, affecting about 10-15% of people. Most, however, tolerate it well with its being a significant problem in only 1-2% of people.[5] The word tinnitus is from the Latin tinnīre which means "to ring".[3]

    08/13/2016 02:42:53
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Online Will And Trust Services..
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    08/13/2016 02:29:19
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Fw: new message
    2. sheilacollins via
    3. Hello! You have a new message, please read <http://agapl.overscan.eu/strip.php?wp> sheilacollins@iol.ie

    04/29/2016 01:03:33
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Latin Word List
    2. Judith Mason via
    3. Happy Sunday Morning All! Here’s a latin word list I’ve found helpful…..hope it works for you. Judie Mason https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Latin_Genealogical_Word_List#I <https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Latin_Genealogical_Word_List#I> > On Aug 16, 2015, at 7:49 AM, Janet Crawford via <cotipperary@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Wynnette, I have looked and what I have are feudal terms, so no help there. > There is a site that has links to many translations of terms here: > > http://www.angelfire.com/ok3/pearlsofwisdom/italian-latin-genealogywords.html > > I looked quickly and could spot nothing that helps. You might have better > luck. If all else fails, I would pay the token fee to TFHR Excel who > probably already had it translated by a priest and could tell you what it > means. Or take it to a priest local to you and see if he might know. > > Janet

    08/16/2015 03:24:11
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Indexing newly released NLI registers?
    2. Judith Mason via
    3. Gay, I too am having fun scrolling the Co. Clare records, but after days and days and days of deciphering surnames and trying to translate Latin, I’m taking a break until next week…..my eyes need a rest :) I haven’t made any major discovery, but hoping the surnames I’m collecting will help me determine parents/siblings of my MASON, HAYES, DOLAN & ROUGHAN gr gr grandparents. Best regards, Judie Mason > On Aug 14, 2015, at 10:30 PM, Gay O'Neill <gayoneill@bigpond.com> wrote: > > I would imagine that the indexing already completed by the various family heritage centres would not be available yet. The heritage centres are a profit making organisation and at this stage would not freely give away their main income source. > > This is reasonable as much work was put into the indexing project. However if the family heritage centres are not going to be as viable as they were before the parish registers went online then it may be time to do a deal with findmypast or ancestry.com. > > Just a thought. > > I have been going through the Borrisoleigh, Co Tipperary records looking for Dwyer and have been making lists as I go. > > I would think a dedicated website for this effort would be a good idea until the index is linked to the parish records at the National Library of Ireland. > > Who is having fun reading them? I am. For all the difficult writing styles and damage in some areas it is helping me get a real picture for the times. I am interested in some of the labels such as vagrants and strangers. > > At least the Borrisoleigh records are in plain English, the Sixmilebridge, Co Clare records are in Latin... Oh my!! > Regards Gay O'Neill > >

    08/15/2015 12:54:21
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] [IRL-LIMERICK] Indexing newly released NLI registers?
    2. Judith Mason via
    3. Hi All, I’ve been indexing some of the Co. Clare R.C. Records - only those surnames for my family Roughan, Dolan, Mason, Hayes etc. In doing this, I happened to recall a long ago trip to Ireland and a research meeting with Antoinette O’Brien at the Clare Heritage Centre. I seem to recall Ms. O’Brien telling me they were indexing the Clare R.C. records. Am I recalling correctly or just my old brain playing wishful thinking tricks on me? I’ll continue indexing my surnames (sponsor & witness names also), but would hate for everyone to spend time duplicating work already done when other indexing projects might be needed. Judie Mason > On Aug 14, 2015, at 3:08 PM, Paul Keroack via <irl-limerick@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Chris, > > Thanks. I did find these. Glad to hear this is likely. Hopefully it will be reasonably accurate, or open to corrections. Doing it piecemeal would not be quick or easy. > > Paul > -------------------------------------------- > On Fri, 8/14/15, Christina Hunt <chrisnina@gmail.com> wrote: > > Subject: Re: [IRL-LIMERICK] Indexing newly released NLI registers? > To: "Paul Keroack" <pkeroack@sbcglobal.net>, irl-limerick@rootsweb.com > Date: Friday, August 14, 2015, 2:36 PM > > It is rumored that some > big companies are going to do this. I have not heard > anything definite. I believe John Grenham had > an articl. If not Claire Santry > did a blog > about it. > > Chris > > Paul Keroack via wrote: >> I > am wondering if anyone on this list knows of any efforts > underway to index in some form the RC registers recently > released in digital format by the National Library of > Ireland.

    08/14/2015 09:41:28
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] IGP Clare Facebook Page
    2. Liz Ha via
    3. If you have not done so already, please join our IGP County Clare Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/countyclare/?fref=nf Lots of records and information and nearly 3,000 members. Liz

    08/06/2015 09:49:58
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] CARMODY/MASON
    2. Judith Mason via
    3. Hello Everyone, I think I may have found one of the sisters of my gr grandfather, Matthew Mason b.1832/33, but in need of help to confirm. If not a sister, I think this Bridget might be related in some way. Bridget Mason b. c. Jan 1837 to James Mason & Bridget Hayes, my gr gr grandparents, somewhere in or near near Cloonaughter & Athlunkard m. John Carmody (no information). Children From the Blackhill, Broadford Records: Mary baptized in 1888 with a notation she m. ? Moloney Winifred baptized in 1892 with a notation she m. ? Burke 1901 & 1911 Census' this family was found living in Ballyquin Beg, Killokenedy Parish, Limerick PLU with another daughter - Bridget b. 1891 (not sure how accurate this date, actually not sure of any dates!) and granddaughter - Bridget Carmody age 2 In the 1904 death certificate for James Mason who I think is my gr gr grandfather - d. in Cloghoolia, Coolycasey Reg. District granddaughter, Mary Carmody of Ballyquin, was listed as havingbeen present at death. In other records I found James and Patrick Mason residing in Cloghoolia, Clonlea Parish. Found Patrick in 1901 census, but not James. I’ve also checked headstone inscriptions from the Kilbane Cemetery - No Carmody or Mason applicable If only death records would list spouse and interment site!!!!! Hope someone out there sees a connection to any of these folks. Judie Mason

    03/13/2015 10:23:21
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Sad News......Josephine Banks
    2. Josiebanks via
    3. - This mail is in HTML. Some elements may be ommited in plain text. - I really hope you get this fast. I could not inform anyone about our trip, because it was impromptu. We had to be in Philippines for a Tour..the program was successful, but our journey has turned sour. We misplaced our wallets and cell phones on our way back to the hotel after we went for sight seeing. The wallet contains all the valuables we have. Now, our luggage is in custody of the hotel management pending when we make payment. I am sorry if i am inconveniencing you, but I have only very few people to turn to now. I will be very grateful if I can get a short term loan of ($2,450) from you. This will enable me sort our hotel bills and get my sorry self back home. I will really appreciate whatever you can afford at this moment. I promise to refund it in full as soon as I return. Please let me know if you can be of any assistance. Thanks Jo

    03/05/2015 10:03:35
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Sad News......Josephine Banks
    2. Liz Ha via
    3. Josie has been removed from the list until her issue is resolved with her email address. Please disregard these emails you've been receiving. On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 11:03 AM, Josiebanks via < irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> wrote: > - This mail is in HTML. Some elements may be ommited in plain text. - > > I really hope you get this fast. I could not inform anyone about our trip, > because it was impromptu. We had to be in Philippines for a Tour..the > program was successful, but our journey has turned sour. We misplaced our > wallets and cell phones on our way back to the hotel after we went for > sight seeing. The wallet contains all the valuables we have. Now, our > luggage is in custody of the hotel management pending when we make payment. > I am sorry if i am inconveniencing you, but I have only very few people to > turn to now. I will be very grateful if I can get a short term loan of > ($2,450) from you. This will enable me sort our hotel bills and get my > sorry self back home. I will really appreciate whatever you can afford at > this moment. I promise to refund it in full as soon as I return. Please let > me know if you can be of any assistance. > Thanks > Jo > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    03/05/2015 04:41:32
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] A maybe former member
    2. Beth Havens via
    3. why would you think that people in Los Angeles don't know where Ireland is, etc. ?  that is completely untrue and more than a wee bit rude. On behalf of more than half million Angelino's, I hereby object. MissB   From: alannal via <irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> To: Irl-Clare-Proj <IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS@rootsweb.com> Sent: Saturday, December 13, 2014 12:24 PM Subject: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] A maybe former member I think that a John Kelly who could read and write was a member here; if so, is he still here? He used to belong to the Irl-Clare group.  Does he still belong? He knew where there were classes in Irish. Living in the Los Angeles area people do not even know where Ireland is or that it even exists!!! I do not have a lot of time, but maybe I could make time! Thank you in advance! Alanna ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/13/2014 01:52:17
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] A maybe former member
    2. alannal via
    3. I think that a John Kelly who could read and write was a member here; if so, is he still here? He used to belong to the Irl-Clare group. Does he still belong? He knew where there were classes in Irish. Living in the Los Angeles area people do not even know where Ireland is or that it even exists!!! I do not have a lot of time, but maybe I could make time! Thank you in advance! Alanna

    12/13/2014 05:24:25
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Isaac Dumont de Bostaque [sp?]
    2. alannal via
    3. Begin forwarded message: I was told to contact Jane Lyons as she knows a lot about cemeteries in Ireland and has a vast collection of original photos of tombstones. That is she does not know no one knows. She has been doing cemetery photos for many, many years. ----------------------------------- This is what I originally posted to another list --- Isaac was in the French military in the 1600's or 1700's and lived in a big house in France and was a Huguenot. He had about five wives and eighteen children. When he had to leave to save his life, he had to go over the top of his house and down the back of his house. William of Orange was happy to have him join his military forces. [Yes, William was not liked by southern part of Ireland.] Isaac was suppose to have lived the rest of his life in or around Dublin, Ireland and was buried near there. I understand there is/was a Huguenot cemetery outside of Dublin. Is there a list of people buried there? Some of his offspring were suppose to have come to the States with one or more going to Virginia. And then on to North Carolina. My link is suppose to have the name of Baskett. A Ruth Baskett had a daughter also Ruth Baskett who married my mother's John Marley Jones in North Carolina in the 1700's. My grandfather who was born in 1856 in NC lived most of his life in MO and died in CA in 1936 told my mother that we had a French connection. About 1940, I think, a distant relative of mine gave a speech in Taylorsville, NC, where my grandfather was born, stating that all the Basketts had by then left the area, but that they were descended from Isaac. Another relative there who knew how everyone was related also said there was a connection to Isaac. So thank you in advance for any information on Isaac. Alanna

    12/13/2014 05:16:22
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] New Data Base - St. John's Cemetery, Albany, NY
    2. Bill & Cathy McGrath via
    3. NOTE: THIS NEW DATA BASE CONTAINS IRISH RECORDS OF INTEREST The latest addition to the transcription projects on the website of the Troy Irish Genealogy Society, www.troyirish.com are the recently discovered interment records of 12,731 individual from the long closed St. John's Cemetery in Albany New York. St. John's Cemetery was located on Delaware Avenue in Albany, New York. To see these records on the TIGS website, click on PROJECTS and then ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY, ALBANY, NY - INTERMENT RECORDS. It had been widely reported that the interment records for this cemetery, covering interments starting over 173 years ago, had been lost or destroyed. However, in a recent chance conversation with the Historian at St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands, New York, it was discovered that the mostly intact St. John's interment book was in the possession of a retired cemetery employee and the book was promptly recovered. St. John's Cemetery was opened in 1841 by St. John's Church in Albany in an area which was considered "country" at that time. However, with the growth of the City of Albany, the cemetery land was wanted for development and in 1878 and 1879, the Albany City Council ordered that no further burials were to be made there and the cemetery had to close. Burials, however, continued as late as 1888-1890 before the cemetery closed and re-interments of the thousands of individuals buried there was started in the early 1900's. This long closed church of St. John's was located on Green Street in Albany's South End and it's parishioners were mainly Irish famine immigrants that began pouring into Albany during the 1820's and 1830's. This "Irish" connection is shown in the following summary of burials of this first generation of Irish immigrants, which, for the most part are identified as to the "County" in Ireland where they came from. It can be assumed that many of the other 46 years of interment records in this cemetery were for the children and grandchildren of these early Irish immigrants. A breakdown of the Irish immigrants identified on the interment records with their home county in Ireland shows the following: Antrim -10 Armagh - 35 Carlow - 80 Cavan - 307 Claire - 62 Cork - 376 Derry - 22 Donegal - 28 Down - 39 Dublin - 52 Fermangh - 30 Galway - 39 Kerry - 76 Kildare - 38 Kilkenny - 195 Kings - 114 Leitrim - 28 Limerick - 160 Londonderry - 5 Longford - 143 Louth - 93 Mayo - 36 Meath - 116 Monaghan - 47 Queens - 114 Roscommon - 159 Sligo - 47 Tipperary - 458 Tyrone - 91 Waterford - 83 Westmeath - 138 Wexford - 131 Wicklow - 43 Ireland-No County - 500 TOTAL IRISH - 3,895 Other countries of origin identified in the interment records list Canada-89, England-30, France-8, Germany-198, Holland-7, Poland-2, Scotland-6, Spain-1 and Wales-2. Also identified were individuals from the following states; California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Virginia. A smaller number of records shows one or two individuals from all over New York State cities, towns and counties while three locations show a heavier concentration; Rensselaer with 106, Greenbush with 77 and New York City with 63. As would be expected, Albany with a total of 5,815 records was shown as the county of origin for the largest number of individuals. Of course this figure includes the second and third generations for those early Irish immigrants. These fantastic records from this recently rediscovered interment book is a wonderful find for genealogists, especially for those researching Irish surnames. As genealogists searching Irish surnames often find out, it is quite rare to find records that identify the Irish county of orgin. Bill McGrath TIGS Project Coordinator Clifton Park, NY

    11/19/2014 12:41:49
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Duffy's Cut
    2. alannal via
    3. Wrote: In 1832, 57 Irish immigrants were hired by Philip Duffy work Mile 59 of the Pennsylvania & Columbia Railroad in Malvern, PA, as part of what would become the "Main Line." Less than two months later, all were dead, thrown in an unmarked, mass grave. The true story of their deaths is now coming to light but is not yet complete. The Irish Network of Philadelphia will be hosting a Symposium entitled “Duffy’s Cut and The Arts” on October 11, 2014, at Immaculata University in Immaculata, PA in support of this ongoing project. The vision is to demonstrate the impact this discovery has had beyond the world of academia and the passion that is evoked by this American immigrant story. Because there is still much work to be done (excavation, DNA testing, historical and genealogical research) by the Duffy’s Cut team, they are hoping to raise both funds and awareness to allow them to continue their work. Details and registration info can be found at www.irishnetwork-philly.com/

    09/24/2014 05:00:51
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] (no subject)
    2. Ellen Crehan via
    3. Dear Alanna, The best I can offer you is the Mariners & Ships in Australian Waters website………..I have included it with this email. It begins in about 1845. It is a very time consuming research tool, but it could help you enormously. I am sorry this is the best I can do for you at present. I hope you find your lost Scanlens. Best wishes, Ellen in Tassie……………where spring has come ! Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters There's many a story to tell . . . Masters, crew, a stowaway or two; passengers, cabin, saloon and steerage; births at sea, deaths at sea; deserters; vessels with one crew and one passenger and those with 70 crew and hundreds of passengers; simple single sail boats, barques, brigs, large steam ships; whaling voyages, regular coastal passenger trips, voyages from other Australian ports, London, San Francisco, China and other exotic ports - you will find them all here. The lists on this site are being transcribed from the State Records Authority of NSW Reels of the Shipping Master's Office, Inwards Passengers Lists . . . . . . are added to weekly. Please be free to drop me a line: with good news you found 'your' someone comment on the site take up the special offer offer assistance have an interesting story to tell or offer to transcribe some lists If you know the Vessel name you are seeking but not the date - try the Index to Vessels Arrived into Sydney from 1837 to 1925, before returning here to check for crew and passengers. Browse by Year and Month, vessel by vessel Mariners and Passengers OR Choice of two methods! SEARCH Bookmark to navigate your return easily! Related Information Check some details about these records It is with great pleasure I acknowledge the generosity of the wonderful genies, from all over the world, who have joined me, at different times during the past nine years, to help make more names available for Genies everywhere, especially for their time, patience and skills. Over 600 have come and gone, all have given whatever they could include in their already busy lives, be it five or five thousand - they have been appreciated. I wish you well with your research and hope you find at least one of your 'missing' among these pages. Hopefully these pages will prove to be a regular port of call for you and I look forward to hearing from you. Don't forget to check the link at the bottom of each Ship's list ! Every care possible has been taken with these records but, as usual, remember to check original sources of **everything** for yourself. And . . all puns found are intended !! G'luck and g'looking from Mary-Anne Warner. Email 1999-2009 State Records Immigration and Shipping On 17/09/2014, at 11:14 AM, alannal@prodigy.net wrote: > Ellen, according to a story in the Scanlan family, two brothers were given Free One Way Tickets to Tasmania. No surnames, no dates, nothing. Maybe it is a lie. Maybe they never reached there. But I have looked at names just in case, BUT I want no one to try to look, as it could be a total lie. When I see the Tasmania name, I just wonder. > > Alanna > > > > > Sent from my iPhone > >> On Sep 15, 2014, at 4:50 PM, Ellen Crehan <ecrehan@bigpond.net.au> wrote: >> >> We stayed at Newpark House in July. Accommodation was perfect there and the breakfasts were fantastic >> Declan is a wonderful host. >> >> Cheers, >> Ellen in Tasmania >>> On 16/09/2014, at 3:30 AM, alannal via <irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> wrote: >>> >>> Does he still have his place that I think was in Ennis. >>> >>> Sent from my iPhone >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >>

    09/20/2014 03:19:33
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Sheedy
    2. Jeanne Dwyer via
    3. Not sure what you are asking, exactly, Alanna. I would think because the subjects of this post are from Clare, it is appropriate to post, though. Can you review what you posted and then try to formulate specific questions, sort of a wish list out of all that information? In this hobby of family research, specificity is always more productive! Regards, Jeanne On Sep 17, 2014 8:23 AM, "alannal via" <irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> wrote: > People on an American list asked me who I was researching in PA. This is > what I sent to them. > > I know about their families in Co Clare. I am researching them here in > the states. If this is a wrong thing to ask here, I will no longer do so. > > A first cousin was here and wondering about the Wainer girls. > > ******************* > I have posted about them years ago. > > Michael and Sabina Sheedy > Patrick Joseph and Catherine Sheedy > > These two brothers both born in Co Clare, Ireland, lived near each other. > Michael had two or three sets of twins. Joe had just one son? In a census > record there was an "adopted" son. Did the "adopted" son belong to Joe or > to his son Thomas? Michael also had a son named Thomas. Joe lived on > Farson St. The time period would have been in the 1920's to 1930's. Joe > died about 1935. > > According to some potentially unreliable information there were relatives > in Upper Darby. Surname could have been Scanlon or Sheedy or some other > surname. > > Anne Scanlon born in Co Clare married Sam Wainer. They lived in both Pa > and NJ. They had two girls: Claire and Sheila. One might have been born > in the late 1930's and do not know when the other was born. The story was > that the girls went to Ireland and were not happy and that was the last > other family members ever heard anything about them. > > Anne was the daughter of Patrick and Margaret Sheedy Scanlan of Co Clare, > Ireland. She became very sick and Sam took excellent care of her before > she died. Then he died some time later. > > The two brothers and Margaret Sheedy were the children of Thomas and Anne > Connor/O'Connor Sheedy of Lisacasey, Co Clare, Ireland. > > Joe had at times different family members from Ireland living in his house. > > Jack and Thomas Scanlon, brothers of Anne lived in Philly with their > families. > > I am interested in the Sheedy's and Wainer's and the "relatives" in Upper > Darby if the latter did exist. > > Alanna > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/17/2014 08:26:57
    1. [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Sheedy
    2. alannal via
    3. People on an American list asked me who I was researching in PA. This is what I sent to them. I know about their families in Co Clare. I am researching them here in the states. If this is a wrong thing to ask here, I will no longer do so. A first cousin was here and wondering about the Wainer girls. ******************* I have posted about them years ago. Michael and Sabina Sheedy Patrick Joseph and Catherine Sheedy These two brothers both born in Co Clare, Ireland, lived near each other. Michael had two or three sets of twins. Joe had just one son? In a census record there was an "adopted" son. Did the "adopted" son belong to Joe or to his son Thomas? Michael also had a son named Thomas. Joe lived on Farson St. The time period would have been in the 1920's to 1930's. Joe died about 1935. According to some potentially unreliable information there were relatives in Upper Darby. Surname could have been Scanlon or Sheedy or some other surname. Anne Scanlon born in Co Clare married Sam Wainer. They lived in both Pa and NJ. They had two girls: Claire and Sheila. One might have been born in the late 1930's and do not know when the other was born. The story was that the girls went to Ireland and were not happy and that was the last other family members ever heard anything about them. Anne was the daughter of Patrick and Margaret Sheedy Scanlan of Co Clare, Ireland. She became very sick and Sam took excellent care of her before she died. Then he died some time later. The two brothers and Margaret Sheedy were the children of Thomas and Anne Connor/O'Connor Sheedy of Lisacasey, Co Clare, Ireland. Joe had at times different family members from Ireland living in his house. Jack and Thomas Scanlon, brothers of Anne lived in Philly with their families. I am interested in the Sheedy's and Wainer's and the "relatives" in Upper Darby if the latter did exist. Alanna

    09/16/2014 12:29:07
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Declan's lodging
    2. Liz Ha via
    3. This topic is now closed. Please refrain from responding to this thread. Liz Admin. On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 2:09 AM, Carolyn via < irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> wrote: > But, unfortunately not very good at keeping promises to find family > members for which we paid him. Maybe too busy. > > -----Original Message----- > From: irl-clare-projects-bounces@rootsweb.com > [mailto:irl-clare-projects-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Ellen Crehan > via > Sent: Tuesday, 16 September 2014 9:50 AM > To: alannal; irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Declan's lodging > > We stayed at Newpark House in July. Accommodation was perfect there and > the breakfasts were fantastic Declan is a wonderful host. > > Cheers, > Ellen in Tasmania > On 16/09/2014, at 3:30 AM, alannal via <irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> > wrote: > > > Does he still have his place that I think was in Ennis. > > > > Sent from my iPhone > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    09/16/2014 10:17:45
    1. Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Declan's lodging
    2. Carolyn via
    3. But, unfortunately not very good at keeping promises to find family members for which we paid him. Maybe too busy. -----Original Message----- From: irl-clare-projects-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:irl-clare-projects-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Ellen Crehan via Sent: Tuesday, 16 September 2014 9:50 AM To: alannal; irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS] Declan's lodging We stayed at Newpark House in July. Accommodation was perfect there and the breakfasts were fantastic Declan is a wonderful host. Cheers, Ellen in Tasmania On 16/09/2014, at 3:30 AM, alannal via <irl-clare-projects@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Does he still have his place that I think was in Ennis. > > Sent from my iPhone > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to IRL-CLARE-PROJECTS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/16/2014 10:09:33