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Re: Dolphins of Ireland
Posted by: Randy Ingham Date: February 18, 2002 at 12:37:33
In Reply to: Dolphins of Ireland by James Moran of 169

Dear James, The family name of Dolphin was popular in Loughrea, East Galway (you might enjoy reading about the family in James Charles Roy's book "The Fields of Athenry", Westview Press, 2001). My interest is in that family's connection to the United Irish leader, Dr. William James MacNeven (his mother was a Dolphin). Coincidentally, my father is buried in Clinton, Mass. Most of the large Irish contingent who ended up in that town, came, like my father, from Co. Mayo. Hope this is helpful.,Randy

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