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Hello all! I'm a young genealogist in upstate NY, hoping to use the site to find out more about my family in North America.|
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|Deena DeVane Richart||RE: Nicholas Joseph Glennon (1835-1906)|
My great-great grandfather Nicholas Glennon was a member of the Catholic Church's Milltown Parish in County Westmeath. The Parish is located NNW of Mullingar, straddling the Baronies of Rathconrath and Moygoish.
The Milltown Parish Birth and Marriage Records which date from 1781 include the following baptisms:
* Nicholas Glennon 12th July 1835 Parents Nicholas Glennon and Catherine Molphy.
* Mari Glynnan 17th July 1833 Parents Nicholas Glynnan and Catherine Molphy. Sponsors Thomas Muldarry and Eliza Molphy
* Michael Glennon 31st December 1837 Parents Nicholas Glennon and Catherine Molphy. Sponsors Michael Molphy and Catherine Ledwith
* Richard Glennon 21st August 1840 Parents Nicholas Glennon and Catherine Molphy. Sponsors Pat Nugent and Maggy Flood
* Edward Glennon 30th April 1843 Parents Nicholas Glennon and Catherine Molphy. Sponsors Daniel Kenny and Catherine Nugent
*Joseph(cannot be certain-very faint) Glennon 5th April 1847 Parents Nicholas Glennon and Catherine Molphy . Sponsors Jo. Elliot and Catherine Nugent
In addition, in the same Parish records was the baptism 13th December 1808 Catharina Molphy to Michael and Maria Molphy. Sponsors Bernard Mc Querett(?) and Catharina Molphy. Also recorded was the marriage 22nd September 1832 Nicholas Glennin to Catherine Molphy. Witnesses John Burke and Marget Ledwedge.
The Griffith's Land Valuation undertaken in the early 1850's records a Catherine Glennon in the Townland of Emper in the Civil Parish of Kilmacnevin. Moygoish Barony.
I found this information via Frank Glennon, who is in Ireland conducting research. You can contact him through his website theglennons.com.
Hope this helps!
I added the additional information as you suggested. If you would like me to transfer these memorials to you, let me know.
Added by Marte on Jul 25, 2012 10:10 AM
|Charleen Spalding||RE: Wollmans|
The index that I mentioned is as follows:
But, one reason I spent additional time on these men is an erroneous entry in the Benton Avenue Cemetery, #78563270. The information that the lady posted is all screwed up. She took part of an obituary for a Mr. Geary and combined information for Wollman and posted the whole thing. I would love to see the posting deleted.
You can contact the Lewis and Clark County Clerk and Recorder, City/County Building, Helena, MT 59601 and request a copy of the death certificates for your relatives. A non-certified copy is only 50 cents. Be sure to include the name (and alternative spellings) and their date of death.
Good luck in your search.