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Re: Danehy- spelled any which way - James
Posted by: Bruce Matweeff (ID *****3053) Date: September 30, 2002 at 17:11:17
In Reply to: Danehy- spelled any which way - James by Sheila Danehy-Oakes of 45

You are the only one on the list that spells it DANEHY. My ancestors who came from Cork, Ireland to the US starting in 1870 through 1905. They all lived in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but eventually migrated to the four corners of the US. They all spelled their name DANEHY. The ones that stayed in Ireland changed their name to DENNEHY or DENNIHY to disassociate themselves with their US relatives.I was inquiring whether you may be a relative to me? Can you tell me more about your ancestors.

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