I have posted a similar followup in a message to Nancy Addison on the Rootsweb site. Here is a copy of what I posted:
Sorry it took me so long to reply - my daughter was born around the time you wrote so I got way behind on my genealogy work! Here's what I have so far:
Mary Agnes Concannon b. 15 Aug 1857 in Williamstown, Galway Co., Ireland, dau. of Darby Concannon and Nellie Lundy (no other info on them yet). Died 12 Feb 1926 in Little York, Warren Co., IL. She married John Henry Flatley, b. 15 Nov 1850 in Colts Neck, Monmouth Co., NJ, d. 11 Jul 1941 in Little York, Warren Co., IL. Children are:
Thomas Flatley b. 6 Mar 1878 Monmouth, Warren Co., IL
Edward Glen Flatley b. 22 Feb 1880 Monmouth, Warren Co., IL
James Cornelius Flatley b. 27 Jun 1882 Monmouth, Warren Co., IL
John Henry Flatley Jr. b. 26 Aug 1884 d. Feb 1966
William Michael Flatley b. 27 Jun 1886 Little York, Warren Co., IL d. 1959
Daniel H. Flatley b. 1888
Charles Chaney Flatley b. 11 Sep 1893 Little York, Warren Co., IL
Helen Kathryn "Nellie" Flatley b. 14 Aug 1895 Little York, Warren Co., IL d. 25 Sep 1964 Little York, Warren Co., IL
I am descended from "Nellie", the only Flatley daughter. She married Henry Carl August Haben (b. 21 Mar 1892 Fairfield Twp., Holloway, MN, d. 19 Oct 1926 Stronghurst, IL) on 22 Jun 1915 in Little York. They had two children:
John Henry Haben (my grandfather) - b. 1 Aug 1916 in Seaton, IL, m. 20 Jun 1943 in Oswego, Kendall Co., IL to Patricia Louise Woolley (b. 17 Mar 1919 Aurora, IL, d. 10 Oct 2002, Little York, IL). He died 12 Aug, 1992. Both of them actually died in Springfield, IL, but their place of residence (and subsequent burial) was in Little York.
Mary Hannah Haben - b. 9 Nov. 1917 in Seaton, IL (still living).
After Henry Haben died in 1926 at age 34, Nellie remarried, to Ed Stotts. I don't currently have any other info on him.
I'm still working on the Concannon line, but information has been somewhat slim. Yesterday I received an interesting email from Peter Noone with the following information that I thought I'd pass along to you:
"I happened to notice your posting of November 2001 on the Rootsweb Concannon board. Perhaps the following Darby might be your relation.
From 'Recollections of the Past' - based on
Polredmond, near Williamstown, Co. Galway.
"Jack Gabha Concannon and his brother Darby had the Polredmond forge. A plaque over their door showed that it was built in 1870 nearly twenty years before the school. (It continues regarding other blacksmiths in the area, until.)
"A story passed down by the old people of the village tells how the Concannons were evicted from their home and forge in the Creggs/Athleague district on the Roscommon Galway border. They arrived in Polredmond carrying what they could, completely exhausted and starving with the hunger. A little cottage recently vacated by Jack Roche was to become their new home. Tom Roche's house stands more or less on the exact site of Concannon's forge. It later transpired that some members of the blacksmith's family had been left behind to fend for themselves. They eventually emigrated to England and America.
"The book has a transcript of the 1901 census:
Concannon Darby 66 blacksmith, Ellen 65 (Ellen and Nellie were interchangeable in Ireland), John 35, Darby 5 grandson
"I hope you may find this of interest.
I hope this helps! - Laura