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From: Joan Mary Williams <>
Subject: JOHN RYAN/ TIPPERARY
Date: Sun, 03 Oct 1999 23:27:08 -0700
BOOKS ONE TO FOUR:
I have posted details of JOHN RYAN/ TIPPERARY from MISSING
the COTIPPERARY list but will post them here for those who
The following references are taken from THE SEARCH FOR
and refer to Irish Immigrant advertisements placed in
the BOSTON PILOT
NEWSPAPER for missing friends and relatives - please
delete if you are
not interested as they can be lengthy - starting with
Volume One and
covering all JOHN RYAN/TIPPERARY references:
(I have NO RYANS in my family so please don't ask for
information regarding a particular advertisement - what
you see is what
INFORMATION WANTED OF:
14TH FEB 1835: JOHN RYAN, now residing in
PROVIDENCE, R.I. is very
desirous of hearing from his brother PATRICK RYAN, late
GOATERISTOWN,county of TIPPERARY, The moment he sees
this notice let him
write to his brother JOHN at Mr Patrick Fox's
27TH AUG. 1842: Of JOHN and BRIDGET RYAN, natives of
KILLALOE. co TIPPY.
When last heard from they were at work for Mr Crawford
in PORT HOPE -
UPPER CANADA. Any information respecting them will be
received by their brother-in-law GEORGE M'DERMOTT,
Lynn, Mass. directed
to the care of Mr Otis Johnson.
12th July 1845.: Of JOHN and PATRICK RYAN, of the
parish of MINORKEY, co
TIPPY. who went to CANADA from OSWEGO NY. in March 1842
and when last
heard from were working on the ERIE Extension
Pennsylvania. Any information regarding either of them
thankfully received by their brother JAMES RYAN, No 174
North Water St
or Walter Grace, No 11 Swanson St, Philadelphia Pa.
27th November 1847: Of JOHN and BRIDGET RYAN,
(otherwise HICKEY, his
wife) natives of THURLES, co TIPPY. When last heard
from they were in
PATERSON. N.J. Any information respecting them will
received by JOHN or CATHERINE HICKEY, brother and
sister to the said
BRIDGET. Direct to them, care of Mr James Williams,
Barber, No 212 Ann
St, Boston Mass.
26th June 1852: MARY RYAN wishes to hear from her
brother JOHN RYAN, who
landed in NY 15th March 1852, from co TIPPY,parish
carpenter by trade. He can hear from his sister by
applying to CAPTAIN
FRIEND CRANE, South Boston Mass.
7TH AUG.1852: Of JOHN RYAN, native of parish CAPAWHITE,
co TIPPY, left Syracuse in May 1849 for Wisconsin - was
a carpenter by
trade., married and had one child. Any information
addressed to PATRICK
or WILLIAM RYAN, Towanda, Bradford county, Pa. will
9th JULY 1853: Of MICHAEL RYAN, parish BURGESS,
townland GORTMORE, four
miles from NENAGH, co TIPPERARY, who landed in NEW
ORLEANS in January,
1851 from Liverpool. He has black hair, long visage,
pockmarked, 5ft 10 in high, Any information will be
by his father, CHARLES RYAN. Township of Onida, Gore
PO. co HALDAMOND, Canada West,; or JOHN RYAN
(carpenter) Auburn, Cayuga
3rd SEPT 1853: Of JOHN RYAN, native of GURTSHANE,
parish NEWPORT, co
TIPPY, who landed in St John NB in June 1847, and now
supposed to be in
the state of MAINE; he was in CALAIS 12 months ago. Any
be thankfully received by his brother, THOMAS RYAN.
care of M.D. HART,
24th December 1853: Of JOHN RYAN, native of THOMASTOWN,
went to N Orleans in the fall of 52; when last heard
from, in Feb 53 was
then driving an omnibus in the city of N Orleans.
Information of him
will be received by his brother, EDWARD RYAN, care of
12TH march 1853: Of PATRICK RYAN, native of GLINCONNER,
TIPPY; when last heard from (Oct 1849) he was in Mass.
and directed his letters to the care of EDWARD TOBIN.
He will hear of
something to his advantage by addressing JOHN A RYAN,
New Orleans La.
18TH MARCH 1854: Of PATRICK BURK, who when last heard of was
railroad at NEWBURGH, NY., ALSO of JOHN and PATRICK RYAN,
near TEMPLEMORE, co TIPPERARY. JOHN was married to a
daughter of MICHAEL
GRAHAM, of COBES, and when last heard of was in TROY. and
ALBANY, N.Y. Information will be received by MICHAEL RYAN,
McHenry co Ill.
25th MARCH 1854: Of JOHN McCORMACK, native Of BALLINNA, co
who left Ireland about six years ago; when last heard from
on one of the canal works in the State of NY. Information of
him will be
received by his brother-in-law JOHN RYAN, care of MICHAEL
ESSEX ST, SALEM Mass.
21st APRIL 1855: Of THOMAS RYAN, of KILLENAULE, co
TIPPERARY, who came
to this country about three years ago and landed in
he was when last heard from. Information received by his
care of THOS O'DONNELL, Bookseller, NEW ORLEANS. La.
26th JANUARY 1856: Of JAMES CORBITT, and his wife CATHERINE,
maiden name was SWEENY, from GREEMANE, parish TIPPERARY, co
who landed in June 50; when last heard from was in
SCHENECTADY NY. Also
THOMAS SWEENY and wife MARY CAREW, from the same place.,
heard of were in QUEBEC;L.C. about 17 years ago. Information
of them received by their brother-in-law JOHN RYAN, Anthony
Coventry R. I. JAMES CORBITT is a mason by trade.
31st MAY 1856: Of JOHN RYAN, son of MATTHEW RYAN,of the
TOOMEVARA; town of KENLEFRAIL, co TIPPERARY, who sailed from
in 1847 and landed in N.Y. when last heard from was working
Ill. Information recived by his brother MICHAEL, care of
St Anthony's Falls; M.T.
That is all for BOOK THREE - I have received an email from
pointing out that KILLALOE in previous book is in CLARE -
I am transcribing exactly as in the books and therefore
unable to change
the advertisements - I guess you will all understand that -
7TH FEB.1857: Of JOHN RYAN, and his sister MARGARET,
natives of the
town of GARRIGAL, parish BURGESS co TIPPY; when last heard
about six years ago in BUFFALO NY. Please address their
CHARLOTTSVILLE, ALBEMARLE CO, Va.
21st FEB 1857: Of JAMES - MARGARET - ALICE- MARY - JUDITH -
and KATE RYAN, of GARNAVILLA, parish CAHIR, co TIPPERARY;
Margaret came to this country in 1850; when last heard from
in New Orleans., and Margaret in Cincinnati. Alice and Mary
1852; and when last heard from were with JAMES and MARGARET
respectively. Please address JOHN RYAN, PETERSBURG, Va.
19th SEPT 1857; Of JOHN RYAN, a native of THURLES, co TIPPY,
FORT EDWARD TWO YEARS AGO; and went off west. Information
his brother WILLIAM, FORT EDWARD, WASHINGTON county,
10TH APRIL 1858: Of JOHN - WILLIAM - MICHAEL - and MATTHEW
RYAN, sons of
PATRICK RYAN, of town of BORRISOKANE, co TIPPY, when last
four years ago, they were at No 3 Michigan Ave, Chicago
Information received by their sister HONORA WILLIAMS,
Grant county Wis.
22nd MAY 1858: Of JOHN RYAN, of county TIPPY, who was
twenty years ago in ST JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, and enlisted in
the US Army,
in ALBANY sixteen years ago. If living he is about 44 years
Address Rev E. P. Wadhams, ALBANY NEW YORK.
18TH SEPT 1858: Of PATRICK RYAN, carpenter, of parish
TIPPY, who landed in N.Y. Dec 1848; when last heard from
Pennsylvania. Information received by his brother JOHN and
ALICE and CATHARINE , care of MICHAEL BRENNAN, CLOTHIER,
2nd OCT 1858: Of PATRICK and JOHN RYAN, natives of KILMORE,
PATRICK left Liverpool with his aunt, Mrs CONDON, March 11th
left Ireland March 19th 1856; if this should meet their
eye or any one
acquainted with them, they will please address their cousin
DEE, BATHANY, Harrison co, Mo.
28th APRIL 1860: Of THOMAS THOMPSON, and wife - maiden name
MARY RYAN -
from parish HOLY CROSS co TIPPY; also MATHEW RYAN and wife -
CATHERINE STACK, from parish of BOHERLAHAN, who left Ireland
years ago.When Thompson was heard from, 13 or 14 years ago,
Pitts. Pa. RYAN was heard from about the same time, and was
TUNNEL,(Dungannon PO.) OHIO. Any information of them will be
received by addressing a letter to JOHN RYAN, Fabions P.O.
28th JULY 1860: Of JOHN RYAN, and JOHANAH HEFFERNAN, natives
ST, TIPPERARY. JOHN came to this country two years ago; the
June last; and Johanah, when last heard from, was in
information will be thankfully received by JOHN'S sister
MARY, care of
her husband, PATRICK HAYES, South Manchester, CONN.
27TH OCT 1860: Of MARGARET RYAN, otherwise KENNEDY, maiden
McDonough,; or her daughter WINNEFRED, from parish NEWPORT,
when last heard from, two years ago, she lived at 1417 TENTH
Martyr, Philadelphia. Any information of them will be
received by her daughter MARY RYAN, care of JOHN RYAN,
Postmaster, SALEM MASS.
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