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Anthony Dunleavy Connection?
Posted by: April Dunleavy Date: September 24, 2000 at 08:40:13
In Reply to: Re: Emlybeg,Binghamstown,Co Mayo DUNLEAVY by David P. Dunlavy of 310

I saw your message in the GenForum and wanted to respond. My family spells the name "Dunleavy" here in the U.S. I'm trying to figure out where my family came from in Ireland. If you have any info, please let me know.
My father is Edward J. Dunleavy, Jr. b. Hoboken, N.J. 1933
Grandfather was Edward J. Dunleavy, Sr., b. Hoboken, N.J. 1901 d. 1949
Great-Grandfather was Christopher Dunleavy, born ? New Jersey, ? 1863?
Great Great Grandfather was Anthony Dunleavy ?England/Ireland ?date?

Christopher Dunleavy's death certificate spells the last name "Dunleevy" and does not set forth his date of birth (only age 70 at time of death on Mar. 14, 1932) or place of birth. I've found him misnamed Christian Dunleavy in the 1900 Hoboken Census (based on the names of all the children listed, that more or less matches the names of my grandfather and great aunts and uncles).
What County are Binghamstown and Beomullet located in?


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