Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

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murf
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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by murf » Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:35 pm

Thanks Bob, that's interesting.
Can't seem to make any connections tho.
I guess there comes a point with any ancestral line where the trail fades out.
I think I've reached that point with this one.
Thanks for your suggestions anyway.
Cheers
murf

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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by ROJAMC42 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:19 am

MURF,
U CAN'T GIVE UP YET !

SINCE MY GREAT AUNT, FROM KILMALEY, MARRIED A FRAWLEY, ANOTHER MARRIED FALVEY AND A COUSIN IS A COUNTY COUNCILOR FOR KILMALEY, I WILL KEEP LOOKING.

DO U HAVE THE NAMES OF SARAH & ELLEN'S PARENTS ?

BOB MCN

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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by ROJAMC42 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 5:37 pm

MURF,

RE THE NAME CAMMEL, COULD IT BE THE WERE NO SONS, ONLY DAUGHTERS ?
ANYWAY, LOOKING THRU ELLIS ISLAND ONLINE IT SEEMS THERE ARE "CAMMEL'S" FROM HOLLAND.

ALSO U MIGHT LOOK AT THIS SITE,
https://www.houseofnames.com/cammel-family-crest
IT MIGHT GIVE SOME INSIGHT OR MUDDY THE WATERS.

JOHN MAYER'S BOOK, "FAMILIES OF KILMALEY PARISH" , PAGE 430 & 431, REFERS TO THE FRAWLEY FAMILY OF LEHAKNOCK, MICHAEL & SARAH FRAWLEY. IF U ASK HIM HE MIGHT SEND U THE PAGES.

HOPE THIS HELPS IN YOUR SEARCH.

BOB MCN

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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by murf » Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:18 am

Thanks again Bob, I'll work on that.
In answer to your question, no I don't have the parents of Sarah Cammel Frawley (I don't know the Ellen you mention). The only other Cammel family members I have are Pat and Jane, sponsors to some of Sarah's children, and who I presume to be brother and sister of Sarah.
As for giving up, well I view it more as a question of priorities. I am happy that I have established that my grandmother's Frawley grandparents were Michael and Sarah Cammel Frawley of Lehaknock, and that I can trace my ancestry through their daughter Bridget to her daughter Bridget Phillips Murphy (my grandmother). I will however keep watch for any further tidbits that may turn up.

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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by ROJAMC42 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 4:09 am

MURF

TAKE A LOOK AT THIS, IF HAVE NOT SEEN IT. KILMALEY GRAVEYARD, PHOTO 77

http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclar ... ptions.htm

Erected by Sarah Frawley for her husband Michael who died 15th April 1885, aged 80 years. [Plaque on top]: In loving memory of Michael Frawley died 20 May 1953 Lahaknock Kilmaley. His wife Maragret died 2 July 1976. Their son Paddy died 2 July 1988. Simon Frawley died 14 March 1999.

HOPE THIS HELPS
BOB MCN

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Re: Kilmaley baptisms 1832-1843, Bridget Fraly

Post by johnmayer » Thu Apr 14, 2016 12:45 am

For what it's worth, I recently noticed a few transcriptions in a parish where Campbell and Cammel were interchanged. I can't remember the parish though.

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