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Jeremiah O'Donnell and Mary Dillon.
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Patrick O'Donnell,
mar 5 Feb 1846, [Duagh RC par records, Co.Kerry] to Bridget Kennelly,
they left Ireland from Limerick in 1850 or shortly before,
had issue:


Jeremiah O'Donnell,
"Jermiah" on grave,
born 3 Aug 1850.
His birthplace given as New York, but family story is he was born on the ship from Ireland to America.
He mar pre-1876 to Mary Dillon [born 25 or 29 July 1857].
In 1880 census they are living Avon, Fulton County, Illinois.
Mary died Fulton County, 3 July 1899, or 21 July [grave], age 41 yrs,
bur St.Augustine cemetery, Illinois.
Jeremiah died 21 Nov 1933, Fulton County, age 83 yrs,
bur 24 Nov, St.Augustine cemetery, Illinois, see grave.
They had issue:


  1. Mary O'Donnell, born 1876,
    mar James A. Barbour,
    had issue:

    1. Albert Barbour, born 1905.

    2. Helen Katherine Barbour, born 1910,
      mar Dale Davis,
      had issue:

      1. William Davis,
        close DNA match to me.


  2. Robert O'Donnell,
    Robert Patrick O'Donnell, born 1878,
    living Avon 1931,
    had issue:

    1. Edward Raymond O'Donnell,
      born 1920, Avon,
      had issue:

      1. Michael O'Donnell.


  3. Mathew O'Donnell,
    living Avon 1931.

  4. Leo O'Donnell,
    living Avon 1931.

  5. Clarence O'Donnell,
    living Omaha, Nebraska, as at 1931.





Grave of Jeremiah O'Donnell and Mary Dillon.
St.Augustine cemetery, Illinois.
From findagrave.com.



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