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From: Geralyn Barry <>
Subject: Re: [COTIPPERARY] families moving around within Ireland - Pat'squestions - some examples
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2011 15:20:57 -0800
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I'm sorry, Roger, but the Smith-Barry family of Tipperary is not among those I have traced. So far, I have confined my research to Barry families who lived along the Limerick-Cork border, with more emphasis on the Limerick side in my present research. Following those families sometimes takes my research to other places - into other counties in Ireland or to other parts of the world. But it has has not yet led me to investigate the Smith-Barry family of Tipperary.
Geralyn Wood Barry in Oregon, USA
On 2/10/2011 5:11 AM, Roger & Hillary Depper wrote:
> You wouldn't by any chance searching the Smith - Barry families in
> Tipperary. Family involved in land transactions together with Richard
> Lockwood Castle Leake and Cashel.?
> Roger Carden Depper
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Geralyn Barry"<>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2011 10:19 PM
> Subject: [COTIPPERARY] families moving around within Ireland -
> Pat'squestions - some examples
>> In central County Limerick, one branch of a Barry family moved to
>> another farm 10 miles away in the 1820s, after the head of the family
>> died. But many descendants in the next two generations were returned to
>> the old family burial place after death - even though some had never lived
>> in that location, or had lived there only for a short time after birth.