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Re: danahy/danahey in Cork
Posted by: Paul Danahy Date: April 05, 2000 at 12:32:22
In Reply to: danahy/danahey in Cork by Cmikk of 45

Thank you for this posting.The surname was obviously common in Cork in those times. I'm just starting my research with a gr gr grandfather named Philip Danahy b about 1897 and who lived at Waterville in Kerry. Legend has it that he was born in Cork but, with 3 brothers, moved to kerry.His son, Martin (m.Mary Brennan) emigrated to NY/Boston in 1849. If any one has any ideas, I will appreaciate them.

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