I received it some weeks ago compliments of my cousin Billy O'Connell.Some interesting stories and photos as usual, great reading for all the exiles and any connected with the area. It will be 47 years ago the end of this month (January) that I flew out from Shannon on my way to New York and to New Jersey.
Bob was a well known ploughman and was mentioned in the poem "Mc Carthys Cuckoo Clock" and in another poem called "Sullivan The Ploughman".
In total there was, Joanie, Thomas, Timothy, Denis, who owned a petrol station / store and The Abbey Pub in Ardfert, Mary, Eilenn who moved to Mayo, Bridie who moved to South Africa, Peggy and Mossie. His wife Honora Hickey died young and he moved to Coventry/Birmingham. e-mail; [email protected] 14/05/2015 Hi Everyone, Can anyone tell me please whether or not the old townlands/street names of MEENATHEE and MUINGNATEE are actually refer to the same place? I have had difficulty identifying both on modern maps.
They had children - Catherine (kitty) Edward, Henry, Pat, Mary. Also, is anyone out there related to any of the COLLINS families in either of these townlands?
A first cousin of John now living in Florida speaks of a Kitty Dillon and her niece Mary Theresa coming to her family - Betty Cronin nee OConnell in N. This Betty, was niece of Kathleen Davenport and Margaret Doyle and Sr. Kitty stayed for a while but then returned to Ireland. We knew it as Teampailin and it was on Jack Kennelly's farm just across the field from the farmyard.
There was little of it left apart from the old holy water font.
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Mary was my mother who was adopted and brought to Dublin by John Lyons who also came from Listowel. I'm trying to locate some living descendants with whom to exchange family history. e-mail: [email protected] I am trying to find a Michael O'Brien who worked as a male nurse in Westpark hospital, Epsom, Surrey in the mid 1960's.