Re: Irish names
- Hi Xenia:
I have a good Irish name: Beatty, but neither my husband nor I have
even one drop of Irish blood. Art took his step dad's name after growing up
as part of the Beatty clan. But we do wear GREEN.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Xenia Stanford" <president@...>
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 3:07 PM
Subject: Irish names
> Forgot to give you my children's Irish surnames:
> O'Loghlin/O'Loughlin County Clare -
> From cemetary and tombstone in Notre Dame des Neiges cemetary, Montréal.
> Tombstone reads: "In memory of James O'Loghlin, a native of Liscannor Co.
> Ireland died 2 June 1884 aged 60 years and of his beloved wife Ellen
> died 22 Jan 1888 aged 72 years".
> Also of Martin O'Loghlin died 30 March 1892 aged 60 years and of Mary
> a native of Clin Co. Limerick, Ireland, beloved wife of Martin O'Loghlin
> died 18 April 1886 aged 63 years. 'May Their souls rest in peace Amen'."
> James and Martin were brothers - the family legend was that 5 brothers all
> set sail from Ireland (date unknown) - all were pub owners. 3 went on to
> U.S. James initially worked as a policeman in Montreal and Martin was the
> principal owner of the pub. Later split into two pubs. - one owned by
> & sons at corner of Prince and Ottawa streets, the other by James & sons
> the corner of Lagauchetiere and Hermine Street. Not sure what happened to
> Martin's sons but pub. was gone by turn of the century. One inherited by
> James' son was kept in family until about 1930.
> Harrington/Driscoll of County Cork, Ireland
> At least three sons came to Canada. All were shoe-makers. First Canadian
> marriage recorded in 1845 in Montreal. Son from which my children descend
> was Jeremiah Harrington who in 1853 married Anne Murphy (one of his
> married Anne's sister), daughter of then deceased Patrick Murphy, tailor,
> and Anastasia Shea, origin Ireland (but no county given). John Harrington,
> son of Jeremiah and Anne, married Margaret McKeown, born in Ireland,
> daughter of Charles McKeown (McKeon) and Mary Anne Lyons. Curiously,
> Murphy is not listed as deceased at his other daughter's wedding 2 weeks
> later. He is listed as a labourer on that one but on his son's marriage
> Mary Greely) in 1861 he was listed as deceased tailor. I know the two
> (Anne and Elizabeth) were sisters because it says so in the marriage
> and that they married brothers (also because says so in marriage records)
> and both were minors so the mother gave her permission. Thus I believe
> Patrick Murphy was deceased before 1853 though I did find a Patrick
> tailor, listed in a Montreal business directory around 1845.
> Shea/Connor(s)/McKeon/Dowd -
> Maurice Patrick Shea, born August 01, 1794 (according to military record
> Trien, Knockanure, County Kerry, Ireland; according to his "supposed"
> statement in Cork City, Cork) married Mary Connor in February 1824
> in County Kerry.
> Their son Walter Joseph Shea married Alice McKeon, daughter of Patrick
> McKeon and Ann Dowd of Fermanagh, Ireland. Ann's parents were Daniel Dowd
> and Ann McHugh. Patrick's parents were Cornelius McKeon and Elizabeth
> McMannus, who were present at son's wedding in Montreal on July 29, 1845.
> So if any of you recognize the names perhaps we can share information for
> St. Patrick's Day!
> Xenia Stanford (president@...)
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