McAuleys in U.S. with Irish connection
From Irish Glenaings...extracts from correspondence
William John McCauley, dec., bequest to James McCauley, Jersey City, N.J., 1921
Patrick McCaulley m. Ann Waldron; in 1881 lived Dublin; son Francis Waldron McCaulley; Frances, dau, m. John Maitland Watkings; Anna Maria, 2nd dau; Ellen, 3rd dau, emigrated to the U.S. about 1873 and m. Mr Burley; their dau Ellen Burley was living in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1911.
James McGauley, d. 1901 in Eureka, Calif.; sisters in Ireland in 1903 were Mrs Mary Walsh and Mrs Margaret O'Driscoll.
Nicholas Smythe, died 1867 in Galway; niece was Mrs William Sullivan; his sister, Mrs Bridget McCauley, b. abt. 1812 was living in Baltimore, Maryland around the time of his death.
Charles McAuley died in Belfast; dau Agnes emigrated to St. John, New Brunswick, and her descendants moved to Cambridge, MA.
Mary McAuley died 1916 in Ballymena; her dau, Mrs A. McKeown was living in Philadelphia in 1917.
Neil McAuley died in Winnebago, ILL.; administrator of his estate was Kate V. O'Connor; his niece was Rose McAuley of Belfast, dau of his brother, Patrick.Died around 1895.
Patrick McAuley died 1910 in Greencastle, Donegal; m. 1898 to Catherine Coyle who had a brother Edward Coyle; family was Roman Catholic.
David McCauley, son of Mrs Michael McCauley, of Ballinamore, Leitrim, living c. 1918
John McCauley, born abt. 1842 at Curloch, Leitrim; son of Thomas McCauley and Ann; John emigrated first to Liverpool about 1849 and then to Leavenworth, Kansas.