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Re: Lanigan in Bournea Parish, Co. Tipperary
Posted by: John Mayo Lanagan Date: January 09, 2001 at 08:18:57
In Reply to: Lanigan in Bournea Parish, Co. Tipperary by Tom Fitzsimmons of 158

My great great grandfather, Thomas Lanigan emigrated to Bristol, R.I. (via Boston) April 20, 1849 with his wife and six children. The ship's list shows Tipperary as their point of origin. It shows "Judy" or "Julia" as his wife's name. I've tried without success to find a record of his birth (about 1805) in Co. Tipperary. The name was listed as "Langden" on the ship Milton's log and changed to "Lanagan" during the Civil War. Could our Thomases be one and the same?


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