The catholic church of St Peter and Paul in Athlone has records dating from 1800, and last year I searched through them for any record of Cunniff [my mothers maiden name]. I intend to list them in a series of entries due to their number. I hope that someone will be able to make a connection.
Edward Cunniff married to Mary Barrett had a son John born 1798 Baylough
Michael Cunniff married to Catherine Grogan had a son Michael born 1798 Baylough
[ This michael may have married Bridget Conway and had a son Michael born 1836 Baylough]
John Cunniff married Margaret Geraghty in 1804 Bealnamulla
George Cunniff married to Mary Harrington had a daughter Winnifred born 1816 Bealnamulla
George Cunniff married Eleanor Kelly in 1819 Bealnamulla [ second marriage ?]
George Cunniff married Margaret Seery in 1825 Bealnamulla [ third marriage ?]
Denis Cunniff married to Catherine Naughton in 1804 had a son George born 1810 Clonoun
Denis Cunniff married to Bridget Hynes in 1797 had sons John born 1818 and Thomas 1815 Clonoun
Catherine Cunniffe married Thomas Feahely in 1807 Clonoun
Michael Cunniff married Bridget Kearney in 1820 Clonoun
Edward Cunniff married Sabina Diver and had a son Edward born 1816. Newtownflood
This edward may have married Ann Curley in 1870 and had Bridget born 1876, Eleanor born 1875, Mary born 1872 and Thomas born 1870 Newtownflood
Patrick Cunniff married Helen Lennon in 1816 and had James born 1835, Thomas 1818, Mary 1820, Catherine 1831, and John 1825. Newtownflood
Thos John may have married Catherine Seery in 1853 and had Helen 1858, Patrick 1860, Honora 1872, Mary 1856, Catherine 1867, Thomas 1864, Elizabeth 1862 and Bernard 1853. Newtownflood
Hugo Cunniff married to Mary Murray had Mary born 1819, John 1825 and Eleanor 1828 Newtownflood
Mary Cunniff married Jacob Glynn in 1805 Newtownflood
Edward Cunniff Married to Catherine Hughes had Mary born 1849, Eleanor 1851, Brigid 1854 and Hugo 1856 Drum.
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