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Re: thomas kinsella wexford co, 1796
Posted by: T Cox (ID *****5450) Date: June 11, 2002 at 04:57:41
In Reply to: Re: thomas kinsella wexford co, 1796 by Joseph M. Powers of 392

Mu GGGrandfather Lawrence Kinsella b. circa 1820, we believe in Wexford Co. came to US in 1840-50's and settled in Mo. On his marriage certificate to Bridget Dooley 1860, it lists his parents as Thomas and Ellen Devereaux or Devereaushan. We know of no other siblings here in US, but we feel there were. The 1796 birthdate of the Thomas you are discussing would have been possible for Lawrence's father. Lawrence's grandchild was named Edward and I am researching an Edward Kinsella that settled in Mo. also. I wonder if this Thomas could have been Lawrence's father, even though you said he married an Elizabeth. Let me know if you thnks my Lawrence may have been related to this family. Thanks, T. Cox


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