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Donna Wolf 6/13/12
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yes, family stories suggest that the Quirk family from Ireland had the following siblings;
Patrick married to Mariah/Mariam Dixon (i have verification of their marriage July 18, 1864 in Pennsylvania buried St. Patricks in Atchison
Mary married breifly to James Shanley no children buried St. Benedicts
Bridget married to a Samuel Graham.I have very little on her,had a son Samuel Jr.
Catherine married to Patrick Durkin 27, Oct 1857 buried St. Paticks, Atchison. Death cert indicates father was Thomas. Obit says she and mom came to America after father had died.
Margaret(my direct line) married first to Arthur Malloy, second to Augustus Baker.Church records from St. Benedicts indicates Tipperary, Ireland as birth place. Buried St. Benedicts
James remained single buried St. Benedicts. Church records indicate father was Thomas. His obit says he came from the county of Killarney.
John-have little to nothing on him.supposedly left with Margaret's first husband for the gold fields in Calif.
Sadly I have nothing on who mom might have been.
With the information from you of Nenagh.I now have that this family allegedly came from Nenagh,or Clonpet or Golden, Tipperary and James from someplace in Kilarney.
The whole Irish thing is confusing to say the least. lol
I would be interested in anything you might find from Ireland.I am still working on that aspect.
Do you want copies of any of my records??