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Re: Paddens from Ireland (II)
Posted by: Sherol Padden Date: December 18, 2001 at 19:00:30
In Reply to: Re: Paddens from Ireland (II) by Tomas Sean O Donnabhain of 143

I am unfamiliar with the Williamite War you mention. Is it known by another name? I am familiar with the Penal Times, though.

And what does 'Lord of Tirawley' actually mean?

Since my Padden ancestors were born in Crossmolina near Lough Conn, I am assuming we are somehow related. I plan to request microfilm of Crossmolina records from the local LDS History Center. I hope I am able to read it. My main interest is finding my great-great grandfather's siblings and go farther back if I'm able.

Thanks for the assistance.


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