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Last updated on February 14, 2009

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Added April 24, 2009

The Bradfields of Tullyglass,
County Cork, Ireland


by John Bradfield
26 The Rise, Waterfall Road, County Cork
(1914-2002)


Tullyglass

The Bradfield Home at Tullyglass



Added December 27, 2009

The O'Casey Clan: Their History

by Sean O'Casey, Mullingar

This information was written in the early 1950's and was provided
by Cliff. Johnston, whose wife's maiden name was Casey.
This manuscript was found amongst her family's memorabilia.

You can contact Cliff. by clicking here.

On February 14, 2010, Peter Murphy provided the following information about this manuscript:

"The original manuscript was mailed to my late father, Michael Murphy, by his sister Lizanne in the early 1950's.
She was the postmistress in Buttevant, Co. Cork at that time.
The appended notes were written by my father in 1964 and there are a couple of notes of my own."

You can contact Peter clicking here.



March 5, 2005

This letter to the editor mentions the Kinneigh Round Tower in Cork and some of the legends of the area. It was published in the West Cork Eagle on July 18, 1868.

Kinneigh Steeple



July 29, 2004

During a trip to New York City, I found two Swanton wills in the Manhattan Surrogate Courthouse which were written in 1798 and 1835. The testators, Ellinor and Robert Swanton, also resided in Cork, Ireland.

These wills contain a wealth of information regarding Swanton relationships (fathers, sisters, brothers, nephews, nieces, cousins, etc.) and their property ownership, both in the United States and in Cork, Ireland. Ellinor Swanton may have been Robert Swanton's aunt. I've linked Robert's will to some interesting biographical information about Robert, including his involvement with the United Irishmen in 1798 and his escape to America. There is also extensive information about Robert's nephew, Thomas Swanton, a noted Gaelic scholar and outspoken patriot.

Ellinor Swanton's Will, July 1798, Cork City
No known relationship

Robert Swanton, Counsellor at Law, Cork and NY
No known relationship




Star Formula Mazda Racing

Ginni's Pro Formula Mazda Car

I raced in the Star Formula Mazda Pro series from 1995 through 2004.






Music

October 17, 2008

I've always loved music and singing, and finally decided to convert some of the songs I've recorded over the years to mp3 files and put them on my web site.








The Swanton Family
History Worldwide


by Louise May Swanton
1979









My Family Names


Ahern


Swanton

Swarce









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