I just came across the same Feeney data in the 1881 British census looking for my ggrandfather John Feeney b. 1859.The 1881 British census shows John is married but not to whom.He emigrated to Fall River, MA. in 1881 according to the 1900 Bristol county census.He married Margaret, b. 1859 in England, who emigrated to Fall River in 1882. They had 9 children, 7 who survived, one was my grandfather Charles P. Feeney b.1897.Charles married Stella Leonard of New Bedford around 1914 and had as their only child my father Thomas F. Feeney, b. 1915 in New Bedford, MA.Both Charles and Stella died during the Influenza epidemic in either 1917 or 1918.From there on my father was raised in his grandfather's home along with his aunt and uncle and their 3 sons.I remember meeting all my Dad's cousins as I grew up, two of which John and Thomas both still lived in the Fall River / New Bedford area as late as 1978 which is when my Dad died.We also used to make yearly pilgramiges to my Dad's Aunt/cousin(?) Kate, somewhere in MASS. This was in the 50's and 60's and she was well along in years at that time. If you are related to Ann, then we are definitely related.I'm anxious to hear back from you.