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Mary Beth Mancuso Mary Beth Mancuso wrote on February 13, 2014 at 3:43 pm:
Hello, a red leaf on Ancestry just led me to Emly. My great grandmother, Bridget Butler Power and her brother, William immigrated to NYC around 1890's. Their parents were: William Power and Mary Butler. Other siblings were: John, Thomas, Mary Ann O'Donoghue and Margaret Griffin. Does anyone recognize these names? Any lead as to where I can find more information? Much Thanks, ~Mary Beth~
Jack Kennedy Jack Kennedy wrote on November 3, 2013 at 11:25 am:
I will be visiting the beautiful Emly soon hoping to locate records on my great, great grandfather and mother James Kennedy born act 1777 and Mary Bannerman born abt 1781. Looking forward to it.
Bridget Heffernan Mendel Bridget Heffernan Mendel wrote on October 8, 2013 at 7:39 pm:
Hello Father Rochford! The new web design is lovely. I am Bill Heffernan's daughter and have visied Emily twice with him and my grandmother Rose. After 20 years of living on the north side of Chicago, my family and I relocated to Bradenton, FL. The weather is perfect although we all miss Chicago daily. I hope to get my three boys, Aidan, Brendan and Kevin, to Emly soon! They are now in high school and middle school and I think they would really love to see where their ancestors came from!
Marc O Riain Marc O Riain wrote on September 28, 2013 at 9:35 pm:
Hi All, Connor Ryan lived in Emly in 1834 and married Hannah Murnane, and had a child called Timothy in that year. I have run into a brink wall at tracing the family any further back. Any help, an address, parents, siblings anything, I would be very appreciative!
Kathleen Heagney Kathleen Heagney wrote on September 19, 2013 at 5:24 pm:
Hello, while I wait for some research I've requested on my ancestors, I'll add a note here to see who might know the family name of "Hagney" or "Hageney." My Great Great Grandfather, John "Hagney" left Parish Emly, County of Tipperary around 1854 and settled in New York City, NY USA. His father was Patrick and his mother was Catherine Grady. Is this ringing any bells for anyone?
Denis Burke Denis Burke wrote on September 9, 2013 at 11:19 pm:
My sincere condolences to the Mulhall family and all those in and around the village of Emly on the sudden loss of Dermot, always helpful to us ex-pats. May he rest in peace. Denis & Maureen Burke.
Sinead Smith Sinead Smith wrote on August 19, 2013 at 2:36 pm:
I went to emly last weekend and was surprise see the monument of memories for who killed in action between 1916 to 1921. (James O'Meara is my grand uncle). It was lovely and very clean. Anyone have stories or photography about them. I am keen to know more information about James O'Meara and his family. Thanks email me winters.sinead@gmail.com
Sinead Smith Sinead Smith wrote on August 19, 2013 at 1:57 pm:
Re: John Rea and Lori Payne, can you email me winters.sinead@gmail.com re o'Meara family of emly
Margaret&Brian Fitzgerald Margaret&Brian Fitzgerald wrote on July 17, 2013 at 6:03 am:
Hope you all have a great celebration wish we could have been there to celebrate with you. Our best wishes to Fr Rochford Mikey Burke Marion Dawson Dermot Mulhall Denis & Mary Heffernen and everbody we know.Margaret Brian Fitzgerald. known in Emly as Mc Eniry
Mary Welch Hayes Mary Welch Hayes wrote on April 22, 2013 at 1:22 pm:
In response to Bill Hefferson I do recall the Hefferson name as well as others being from the Borough Rd. Years ago a Mr Casey kindly showed my son and I a foundation on his land which he said was the Ryan homestead and that was really exciting to know.I also know where a lot of Emly people are buried in St Joseph's cemetery in South Troy.My grandmother,Mary Ann Ryan married a farmer and milk dealer Edward Welch,who was born in West Meath.I still live just 20 minutes away from Troy,N.Y. in Easton.N.Y. Hayesmte@aol.com