Dear Mary Margaret,
Forgive me for the long awaited response. I've only recently upgraded my Ancestry.com membership and I was not aware of these postings. I'm also still a bit computer illiterate.
As for the gravestone and it's whereabouts; That was years ago. If I were there right now I could guide you to it, but Thomas and his wife were buried in the early 1720's; that's a huge gap to fill, but it does provide the other bookend, if in fact, we have any ancestry there.
Father John was a great help to my own father, from whom I inhereted this search. However, I fear Fr. John's family and mine came from two different parts of Ireland.
I'm more than happy to share anything I come across, and will e-mail you everything no matter how small or insignificant. "The devil lies in the details."
Forgive me again for not being as focused as I could. Rest assured, I'm addicted to this; I can only afford to pursue one or two nights a month.
Please send me anything you find.
Thanks and good luck,
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