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Re: History of Dunlavey Name
Posted by: Pat Zell Date: June 19, 2000 at 16:11:59
In Reply to: Re: History of Dunlavey Name by Mick Dunleavy of 310


I just saw your message. Thank you. I am doing research for my best friend, who doesn't have a computer. Her father, Martin Dunlavey, was born to Michael Dunlavey and Catherine Healy (both Irish) in Garston, Liverpool in 1902. He had at least 2 siblings: Catherine and Sarah.

My friend would dearly love to be able to apply for Irish citizenship, that is why I want to help her. She does not know whether Michael Dunlavey met and married Catherine Healy in Ireland, or in England. They were both born approx. 1881. Michael died in Garston in 1912. In 1913, Catherine brought the 3 children to live in Philadelphia. Either a brother or cousin of Catherine was Pat Healy, a local Phila. boxer in the early 1900s. Thanks for any help.



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