My ggg grandmother was Eliza(beth)Kehoe born circa 1800 and married to Arthur Byrne circa 1820. They lived in Coolross townland immediately adjacent to the townland of Newry also known as Urelands in Co Wicklow near the borders of Carlow and Wexford. Art and Eliza emigrated to Canada in 1847 with their 9 children.
In Newry in the 1820s and 30s was the family of Michael Kehoe. Michael was old enough to be the father of Eliza but I have no evidence to connect them other than proximity.
Two of Eliza and Arthur's children had Kehoe baptism sponsors - Owen and Martin - in the 1830s. The baptisms were in the parish church of Clonegal. My best guess, unsupported by any proof, is that they were brothers of Eliza.
Sometime around 1900 a poet named Martin J Kehoe wrote a poem about dances at Clonogan on the property of Widow Nancy Murphy. At this point the names in the poem are merely names - no connections.
I would love to hear from anyone for whom this information rings a bell. I would be happy to share the specifics of the information I have although there's not much more than what's in this message.