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Patrick O'Callaghan



"Pat Callaghan" found in Ballynabrennagh North (Upper) in [Tithe Survey, 1824].
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Patrick O'Callaghan,
or Patrick Callaghan,
possibly bapt 25 May 1792,
mar Mary Howard,
listed as of Ballynabrennagh at children's bapts 1823 to 1829,
"Pat Callaghan" is listed in Ballynabrennagh Upper in [Tithe Survey, 1824],
had issue:


  1. Ellen O'Callaghan,
    bapt 2 March 1823 [Tralee RC par records], sp John Howard and Ellen Callaghan,
    mother listed as Honora Howard but assume this is them.


  2. Owen Callaghan,
    or O'Callaghan,
    bapt Eugene, 20 May 1825 [Tralee RC par records], sp John O'Callaghan and Catherine O'Dinneen.
    Went to Canada.
    He mar c.1858 to Mary McCarthy.
    Lived in Glenelg township, Grey County, Ontario.
    He died October 1913, Glenelg, age 88 yrs.
    They had issue:

    1. Mary Callaghan.
    2. Margaret Callaghan.
    3. Jack Callaghan.
    4. Patrick Callaghan.
    5. Daniel Callaghan.
    6. Dennis Callaghan.


  3. Mary O'Callaghan,
    or Mary Callaghan,
    bapt 10 March 1827 [Tralee RC par records], sp Denis Costello and Mary Divine.
    Went to Canada.
    She mar 15 Nov 1852, Sacred Heart Church, Paris, Ontario, to Andrew Fogarty [bapt Lixnaw, Co.Kerry, 1827].
    Great-grandparents of:

    1. Andy McAuliffe.
      Researching family tree.


  4. John O'Callaghan,
    bapt 25 March 1829 [Tralee RC par records], sp Robert Howard and Avisia Mason.




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