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From: "gsculthorp" <>
Subject: Re: [AUS-IRISH] MINEHAN
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2002 23:08:54 +1100
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Such a crowd of co-incidences, but though the minehans and the Dwyers and
the brodericks are all part of "my" lot, they do not seem to have any
connection with Victoria (sunny or not) or Ryde. The remnants of the
Minehans went way up the coast to Grafton. All their genealogical events of
the first generation happened around Yass.
Sorry sorry sorry.
Any connection with English, or Quinn?
----- Original Message -----
From: "dennis john newton" <>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 8:54 PM
Subject: [AUS-IRISH] MINEHAN
> Hi Greta,
> My MINEHAN's started out with James MINEHAN born 1770's (Tipperary?)
> Elizabeth FORD born (Tipperary?) These are my GGG grandparents.
> Their son Timothy MINEHAN born Ireland 1819 married 1847 at St Mary's
> Catholic Church,
> Sydney NSW to Ellen BUTLER born 1822 Tipperary.
> Also the following MINEHANS were born NSW:
> Elizabeth (Betsy - my G grandmother) born 1851 Goulbourn Goldfields NSW
> James born 1855 NSW died Meadowbank NSW 1938,
> James Augustine born 1887 Ryde NSW died Meadowbank NSW 1955,
> John born about 1848 Ryde died VIC,
> John T born 1891 Ryde died 1891 Ryde,
> Margaret J born 1885 Ryde,
> Mary Anne born 1853 NSW died VIC,
> Mary E born 1928 Ryde,
> Vera Olive born 1917 Ryde,
> Catherine born 1884 Ryde,
> Dennis Charles born 1889 Ryde.
> Don't know if any of yours made it to Ryde but it is worth a try, the ones
> born NSW I don't
> know where they were born.
> Dennis Newton,
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