Another addition to Clare men in U.S. Civil War, now online

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smcarberry
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Another addition to Clare men in U.S. Civil War, now online

Post by smcarberry » Sat May 02, 2020 3:25 pm

Continuing in my effort to identify soldiers of the U.S. Civil War (1861-1865) who were born in Clare, there are now more than 60 new additions to the existing database at the indicated link to the Library website. As usual, I have a few gleaned from my own reading but this set was greatly added by Ancestry.com's search engine for an existing Illinois State military muster database. Also I should mention that Paddy Waldron sent along a good handful of prospects, always appreciated although only one could be verified at this time (I need to see Clare and an exact military unit, from reliable contemporary sources). In the below list, there are the brand new ones plus a few that have been augmented from additional record sources.

As ever, it is the Local Studies Centre's willingness to host this database that is the most essential factor in its being available to us all.

Sharon Carberry
USA

http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclar ... il_war.htm
or
https://tinyurl.com/y4j54d8w

Anglim, listed as Englim
Bolton
Brew
Bulger
Burke
Clancy
Clone (Clune)
Conaly (Connelly)
Considine
Conway
Cottar (Cotter)
Crowley
Daley
Daxon
Divine
Donohoe
Donovan
Flannigan
Garman (Gorman)
Ginnane (also as Germaine)
Gleeson
Hehir
Hederman
Hennessey
Hewitt
Hinchey
Hines
Hogan
Holland
Houlihan
Howard
Johnson
Jordan
Kelley
Kennedy
Kenny
Keyrus
Killen (also as Killoo)
Leary
Lennane
Lynch
Madigan
Maloney
McCarthy
McInerney
McMahon
Meaney
Molloy
Mungaven
Morrison
Mulqueen
Nagle
Neenan
O'Dea
Pepper
Purcell
Roughan
Scanlon
Sexton
Shannon
Sheehan
Smith
Talty
Tobin
Whelan
Wicks

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