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Re: Fogartys and Mahers 1811??
Posted by: Bill Maher (ID *****5478) Date: November 16, 2007 at 20:14:09
In Reply to: Re: Fogartys and Mahers 1811?? by Cyndy Bensema of 731

Cyndy-

It may help you to know that the church was in the townland of Loughmoe, although the document I had went bye-bye from my computer. I can get another copy from my sister if necessary.

My point is that it seems like they were all there in Loughmoe, and in 1811 how many people could that have been? It's true, there were 2000 people in County Tipperary using some variant of the name Maher at the time, but I think we're close here.


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