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Re: Female Mannion of Killoscobe, Galway
Posted by: D Mannion (ID *****9356) Date: March 20, 2004 at 21:35:30
In Reply to: Re: Female Mannion of Killoscobe, Galway by Bud Hogan of 449

I found a blurb about a Father Malachy Mannion.

In the eighteenth century Lydecan(as it was then spelt) was a parish of its own under parish priest Fr. Tadhg Murphy until about 1805 when it was united with the parish of Claregalway under Fr. Malachy Mannion.

This was found at

I am interested in finding more about a non-Father Malachy Mannion, born in Irvilloughter @1839, came to US via Canada with parents Pat & Peggy and siblings John, Pat, Thomas, Mary in 1849. Know some about Pat, Thomas, but nothing of Malachy.

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