The McCagues- Early 19th Century by Dais McCague - Australia I obtained the above account of the travels world-wide of the Monaghan McCagues from Bruce McCague.I am sure there are many McCagues of this line who are unaware of their family links world-wide. We ran a Storey/McCague Reunion in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone in 1996 which attracted over 70 for lunch and a video show of the historic places where McCagues/Storeys lived in Ireland Incidentally the video tape is still available. The McCagues were a Catholic family living in Scotstown, County Monaghan.A widow with children, Mrs McCague fell behind in her dues to the local RC Church and was insulted bythe Priest for this.She and her family moved house to Killygrallen and started attending the new Presbyterian Church at Ballyalbany (Irish - meaning "Town of the Scots") Later purchased Rafeenan townland which included a Flax Mill and Corn Mill, the McCagues went from strength to strength.In 1923 John A. McCague purchased Cappog Lodge, the seat of the High Sheriff of Monaghan...Mr Green. Cappog later became the home of the Storeys as Eddie Storey had married Eleanor McCague. McCagues are intermarried with the Clarkes of Drumagelvin, the Storeys of Aghagaw, the Davidsons of Donegal, the Ohmarts of Lancaster, Mass, USA,& the Stuarts of Thornhill. McCagues of the Hollow,Johnny, James, Joe,& Florrie are inter-married with the Mooreheads, Jacksons, Clarkes & Cochranes. More data from me "Jack Storey"host of the Website http://www.jackstorey.comhttp://www.jackstorey.com& host of the World Storey Reunion in Ireland on May 5th to May 8th 2002. More History on McCagues of Rafeenan currently in production as a book incorporating the Dais McCague accounts, the 1920s facts from the Northern Standard Newspaper, and the influence of McCagues world-wide.