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Feericks of Neale/Ballinrobe district
Posted by: Maria Feerick (ID *****0862) Date: June 05, 2004 at 07:36:26
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Hello, where has everybody gone?

Have got hold of some names and dates; if anyone is connected, or has got further back, we would be delighted to hear from you. mariaibiza88@hotmail.com

DAVID FEERICK c1813-1893 native of Townland of Carrowkeel,
Electoral District of Neale, Ballinrobe registration district, married Anne. He had a house as a tenant of Lord Kilmaine in 1856 in Carrowkeel Townland (next to Ballytrasna)

Offspring JAMES(c1840),MARY(c1841),JOHN(c1850).
They married Mary Walsh, Daniel Coleman and Ellen Hyland respectively.
(James and John at least married in Neale RC Chapel).

JAMES had 12 children; 2 of the girls (e.g. Agnes at age 21, emigrated to USA 1901, on the ship Campania)at least emigrated to USA.

MARY had 3 children, Bridget, Peter and John Coleman (last in 1881).

JOHN had 4 children PATRICK(1879),HONOR'NORA'(later PIRE-USA),MARY(later GRIMES) and DAVID(1884). DAVID had we believe 7 children, the eldest of whom JOHN(1909)emigrated to the US.
PATRICK emigrated to England, which is where we live.

I have more dates on JAMES(c1840)children and MARY's(c1841)grandchildren if required also.

I don't know if anyone looks at this page anymore, but hey, worth a try!

Regards to all


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