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Re: Descendents of Dennis Lawlor, County Wicklow
Posted by: Gabriel Sheridan Sheridan (ID *****1018) Date: October 02, 2003 at 16:37:30
In Reply to: Descendents of Dennis Lawlor, County Wicklow by Barbara Houston of 510

Hello, I am Gabriel Sheridan and Ilive in Seattle, Washington. I saw your enquiry on the family of the Lawlor's of Hacketown,County Wicklow, Ireland. I have been trying to find my family in County Wicklow. In a cemetery there on line, Tyneclash cemtery, are Harmons and Sheridans and Lawlors. My great great grandfather, Patrick Sheridan was born in 1811, son of Timothy P. Sheridan and Joan Harmon. He was supposed to have been born in County Wicklow. He worked as a gardener for Lord Adare, Edwin Quin, at Adare Manor, Adare, County Limerick.He married Ellen O'Brien in April 10, 1855 in Detroit, Michigan. When looking at the cemetery records on line of the Harmon family(we are catholics), the two listed say that one is the brother in law of Patrick Lawlor, died 1828, and the other the sister in law of Patrick Lawlor. Mass used to be said by Father Bryne in the Harmon home during the penal times. The only Sheridan listed in also of this family. They too are of Hacketown and Kiltegan. What do you know of your family. I think we are relatives. Gabe

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