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Martin Kinsella/Wexford/transported to Australia
Posted by: Judi Sepulveda (ID *****8972) Date: March 02, 2004 at 13:03:13
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I am looking for my g.g.g.g grandfather, Martin Kinsella. Martin married Ellen Hanlon <1813> in Ireland. Ellen's parent's were James and Mary Hanlon. James was a wool comber. Martin was from Wexford and Ellen from Co. Wicklow. Martin was transported to Australia for stealing glue. He arrived on the Anne and Amelia in 1825 (if memory serves me correctly!!). Ellen and their daughter, Catherine, did not arrive in Australia until 1833 on board the Caroline. Martin and Catherine had more children in Australia. I believe that they also had another child who was left in Ireland, or came out seperate to Ellen and Catherine (possibly because he/she was too old for assisted passage). Catherine is my g.g.g grandmother. She married Samuel Dean, another convict, transported in 1833. I can find nothing on Martin, although I did find a couple of submissions on that I believe to be incorrect, because they have Martin marrying Ellen in 1833 and Martin was transported in 1825. However, I am interested in where and how the person who submitted the information got the info. At this point I am willing to entertain all and everything. Please be in touch if you can give me any information.....thanks, Judi Sepulveda

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