She met Michael Rynne in 1895.
In letter of 10 March 1897 she describes Michael Rynne to her brother Paddy: "He is a doctor and I met him at a dance in this place two years ago. ... His age 29. Not very good-looking but awfully awfully nice, you will be sure to like him, and he you ... When we get engaged (if we even do, a lady is always at liberty to change her mind) ..."
Her father Stephen in letter of 17 Aug 1897 to his wife says "I met our friend Dr. Rynne .. on Monday". He was not hugely impressed.
mar 1 Sept 1898
to Dr. Michael Rynne
and had issue.
They mar at St.Michael's, Limerick. See mar cert from here.
Letter of 3 Sept 1898 from her mother says that her father Stephen "had a great old cry parting with Mary but she has the man of her choice and we will be happy in her happiness".
Mary O'Mara, 1910.
From this picture.
"Mrs. Kearney" (Mary Rynne, using the alias "Peg Casey") in the film Knocknagow (filmed 1917, released 1918).
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"Mrs. Kearney" (Mary Rynne) in the film Knocknagow (filmed 1917, released 1918).
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Mary O'Mara in later years.
Mary O'Mara and children and their spouses and grandchildren, c.1947.
LHS: Michael Rynne and Nathalie Fournier.
Center: Mary Rynne and Mary O'Mara.
RHS: Stephen Rynne and Alice Curtayne.
Plus Michael's 6 children and Stephen's 4 children.
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