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My ancestor, Bridget Lawless (1822 - 1890) brought this platter from Ireland to America in the late 1840s.

Her husband, John Malowney was born in Menlough, County Galway.



www.celticcousins.net/ireland/index.htm - Cathy Joynt Labath's site - lots of great Galway links

County Galway Surname Interest List 
Galway County Lookup Page 

Landowners in Co. Galway, circa 1870s
Tuam Diocese - Cummer Parish; births marriages & deaths 1813-1816

Ships Passenger Lists

1896.. to Boston, Massachusetts on "Hibernian"

Wooford Area Map | Woodford History |Woodford/Looscaune Parish Baptismal Records 1865 - 1889 

  Families of Co. Galway, Ireland the genealogy and family by Michael C. O'Laughlin

History and Locations. Thousands of Galway Families, landholder lists, etc. Hardbound. ISBN 09040134004. $34.00


where some of my GARRITY/GERAGHTY relatives lived:


Clan Mageraghty, from its origins to its demise. (excerpts from Dennis Garrity Mumby's work below. click on link above to see full text.)

All that remains of the clan's final occupancy is a small village called Baile Mhic Oireachtaigh located a few miles south of the town of Roscommon. It is a reminder of the clan's existence on the four townlands in O'Kelly's country that they occupied until they were finally dispossessed by the military forces of Cromwell. Ironically though, the town may be shown on your road-map as Castlecoote after the conquering English Peer, Sir Charles Coote. But the as you drive nearer to the village, you will still see road signs pointing the way to Baile Mhic Oireachtaigh, and underneath in English, Castlecoote, as is the custom in Eire.

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