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Re: Bannahan/Bannachan/Banachan/Banahan
Posted by: James M McCartney (ID *****6464) Date: October 05, 2004 at 13:14:19
In Reply to: Bannahan/Bannachan/Banachan/Banahan by Sheila Barter of 6

Hi

I have relatives in Ballyshannon, Donegal, And also in the Belleek area of Fermanagh, named Banigan(bannigan). There are some members of these families that I can't trace. My records go back to the 1884 census (Foggy). but from about 1880 on are fairly decent,with a few family members missing. Maybe we can make a match and connect the Monaghan and the Donegal Banigans(no matter which way we spell it). I think that they are connected,but where, how, and when.
I usually keep a check on BANIGAN.

Jim McCartney


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