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My ancestors - O'Rahilly - Contents


John Rahilly

  
John Rahilly, born est c.1750,
possibly of Glangristeen, Kilcummin parish, E Co.Kerry,
or (perhaps more likely) just ancestor of Glangristeen branch,
mar Ellen O'Donoghue [dau of Cornelius O'Donoghue, or "Corney O'Donoghue", of Killeen, Co.Kerry],
this would be Killeen, Killaha par, SE of Glenflesk (see map),
we say this because his son Denis is living at Killeen in 1822 when he gets his child baptised at nearby Glenflesk,
i.e. this is NOT Killeen, Aghadoe parish, N of Killarney (see map),

John and Ellen had issue:


  1. Denis Rahilly,
    of Glangristeen, Kilcummin parish, E Co.Kerry.




Rahilly of Skagh, Co.Cork

[P102/207(7)] says that John Rahilly above "migrated to the Co. Cork, and ... was the ancestor of the Rahillys of Skagh".


Daniel Rahilly,
of Skagh (or Scagh), Cullen par, N of Millstreet, NW Co.Cork (see map),
mar 2 February 1837 [Dromtarriff RC par records] to Honora Cronin [or Mary, of Skagh],
listed at Skagh at children's baptisms 1839-40,
had issue:

  1. Patrick Rahilly,
    of Skagh, Co.Cork,
    born Co.Cork,
    bapt 14 January 1839 [Dromtarriff RC par records].

  2. Denis Rahilly,
    born Co.Cork,
    bapt 15 August 1840 [Dromtarriff RC par records],
    did not marry,
    living with brother's family in Skagh in 1901 census, his brother is listed as a "farmer", he is listed as a "farm servant",
    his brother is literate, but he is illiterate,
    living with nephew Peter Rahilly (brother must be dead) in Skagh in 1911 census, listed as "retired farmer", illiterate.




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