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Re: William Kiely or son Philip Kiely
Posted by: lesley kiely (ID *****9191) Date: May 13, 2012 at 11:18:13
In Reply to: Re: William Kiely or son Philip Kiely by Siobhan Magner of 476

Hi from Australia
Was my first time on the forum so made couple of mistakes = you mentioned Edmund being YOUR cousin - thought it was Edmund (Edward Kiely). hmm will read more carefully.

Philip Magner Kiely b.3Dec1855 p.Clonmel Ire. m.6Jul1887 p.balmain NSW Aust St.Josephs d.25Nov1945 90yo p.Bathurst NSW Aust
Married: Mary Ann Chiswick B1870 p.Sydney d.15Mar1959 89yo p.Bathurst

Cemetery: Bathurst NSW Aust Philip d.1945 90yo gref4081 Mary Ann d.1959 89yo gref4080 Ursula d.1900 9mths gref4082.

Can you help: Have a newspaper clipping relating to Father Joseph Silver Jubilee, St Attractas Church Cicero Ill. In a sentence it states: 'Among his MATERNAL relatives (that would be Amelia) is the memorable Rev. Nicholas Sheehy of 1798 martyred priest of Clonmel'. (trying to find link). In Henebrys site or Moloney Sara states: related to Great Gran Bresnan. Would that be Mary Twohy? Could it have something to do with John Power and Ellen Power I noted in their ancestors? (I say that cause Rev Nicholas relos were the Powers of Bawnfune). Do you happen to know?
thanks lesley

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