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Re: Carncose Ireland
Posted by: Daniel McClernon (ID *****2154) Date: March 08, 2006 at 08:50:38
In Reply to: Carncose Ireland by Daniel McClernon of 4

I wanted to post a correction to my previous message, it should have read:
Looking for McClernon/McLernon from Carncose, Desertmartin area of Ireland.
My great great grandfather Hugh McLernon married Margaret McElwee, I believe Margaret is buried at Keenaght Chapel or another name for Keenaght is St Patrick's Church, together they had nine children, they are John, Hugh, Patrick, Henry, Margaret, Mary, Jane, Nancy or Anne, and Sarah.
One of Hugh and Margaret (McElwee) McLernon's children was John he was my great grandfather, he married Sarah McKeown, together they had two children, they are Hugh who was my grandfather, he was baptized at St Patrick's church on July 28 1892, Hugh came to the U.S. in 1914, he married Agnes McGuckin in 1922, the other child was Sarah who was a nun and died at an early age.
Another child of Hugh and Margaret (McElwee) McLernon was Hugh, he married Margaret McElhone before coming to the U.S. in 1870.
Another child of Hugh and Margaret (McElwee) McLernon was Nancy or Anne, she was married to a man with a last name of Kelly, together they had at least three children, Hugh Kelly who bought my great grandfather's farm in Carncose Ireland around 1916, Susan Kelly who traveled with my grandfather to the U.S. in 1914 and Margaret Kelly who was listed as Susan's sister on the ship manifest from Ellis Island, Margaret or Maggie lived at 5826 Woodbine Ave. in Phila, Pa.
Sorry for the confusion

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