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Davoren - Casey Connection - Australia
Posted by: Ross/ LynneWiblin (ID *****0405) Date: July 06, 2005 at 16:51:16
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Does anyone researching DAVOREN family in Australia have any 'Casey' connection?

My Father was 'Davoren' Joseph Casey.
Davoren was reputedly a family surname used as a first or middle name.
His Grandfather was James Davoren Casey....born approx. 1850 but apparently not in Aust, possibly US or Ireland?

The family was from Count Clare originally.
The info I have so far:

James Casey b. unknown date & place. - m Unknown

Son: James Daveron Casey b. approx 1850 unknown location.d. Melb.Vic 1922 - m. Amelia Quinn 1876 in Burra/Kooringa SA.
5 children.

His youngest son: Francis Patrick Casey b. 1888 Melborne. d. 1919 SA.
m. Katherine/Kathleen Lynch 1914 in Broken Hill, NSW.

His son: Daveron Joseph Casey b. 1915. Broken Hill d. 1958

Perhaps the wife of the first James Casey may have been a 'Davoren', hence the use of the name as a first or middle name.My Grandmother said there was some family connection to well known Solicitors called 'Davoren.

Regards,
Lynne (nee Casey)




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