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14201 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

England/Bristol-transported to Oz 1835
Posted by Don Barry on July 16, 1998 at 18:17:40:
E-mail: barryd@prose.dpi.qld.gov.au
In Reply to: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on December 29, 1997 at 13:54:01:

Hi there.
I live in Brisbane,Queensland, Australia. My g/g/g/grandfather was William Dowling born ca 1808 Bristol, (then, now Avon) Somerset, England; father John, mother Mary Buckley. He was transported for desertion/striking an officer 1835 to NSW Australia. As a convict there are detailed personal descriptions and records of his Ticket of Leave/Certificate of Freedom etc.
There are many descendants of his in Queensland but we have been unable to find a birth/baptismal record.
It's a long shot, but can anybody discern a link?
 
Dowling, John (I8104)
 
14202 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Forwarded From: DOOLEY-L-request@rootsweb.com
Sent by: knelson@transport.com
--------- forwarded message ----------
Here are a couple of pieces of information I have run across which do not help me...maybe someone else.

The Book the will of Mathew Shaup has lots of Dooley hits, such as:

William Boyd was born ca 1710 and Died in January 1794 in Bedford County, VA. His daugther, Mary Boyd (died 1819) married Moses Dooley.
They moved to Kentucky in 1781 and then to Indiana. Their son Rueben (b November 14, 1773) was born in Bedford county, Va. Their son, Silas, was born in Kentucky.

Also from that book, George Dooley, of Bedford Co., VA was the executor of Mathew Shaup's will, which was dated January 29, 1791.

George Dooley left land in Kentucky to his sons, Noah and Aaron but since both were dead, the land went to grandsons Job Sharp and Aaron B. Dooley.

From a different source, here are some Georgia marriages:

Habarsham County:

George Yearwood married Eva Dooley on Oct 8, 1830
John Goodson " Elizabeth Dooley on October 18, 1832
Martin Camp " Lucinda Dooley on Decemebr 23, 1823
James T. Bryan " Elizabeth Ann Dooley on September 2, 1838
William C. Alley " Nancy L. Dooley on October 3, 1838

Franklin Co

John Dooley married Zeberia Gartney on May 17, 1818
Forsyth Co,

James Dooley married Martha Wadkins on February 9, 1840
Elbert Co.

Joseph M. Brantley married Nancy J. Dooley on March 18, 1823

Hope this helps someone.

Kurt
-----Original Message-----
From: ped.gro@juno.com [mailto:ped.gro@juno.com]
Sent: 06 March 1999 02:59
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

Hi Darlene and list,

You may already have this information but I ran across it last night
while looking through some old files so hoped it might be of some help.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
July 1830 Elbert Co., GA Page 17 - Catherine and Wm. Brantley, over
14, orphans of Black Brantley, choose William W. Dooly, guardian.
Georgia Genealogical Magazine Ref. 9 p.133
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Also found a reference to Wm. W. Dooly's sister, Nancy, who married Jos.
M. Brantley 18 March 1823.

2 July 1824 Elbert Co., GA non-cupative will of Joseph M. Brantley;
Elizabeth and Frances Dooly [NOTE: These are two of Nancy and William W
Dooly's sisters] swear before Henry White and Jos. Blackwell that they
were present at the dwelling house of William W. Dooly about Jan. 15,
during the last illness of sd. Brantley and heard him say that his wife
Nancy J. Brantley should have his horse and wagon, his slave Naomi, and
all the property coming to him from his father's and grandfather's
estates in NC. Ref. 9, p. 36
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pat

___________________________________________________________________

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Forwarded From: DOOLEY-L-request@rootsweb.com
Sent by: knelson@transport.com
--------- forwarded message ----------
Here are a couple of pieces of information I have run across which do not help me...maybe someone else.

The Book the will of Mathew Shaup has lots of Dooley hits, such as:

William Boyd was born ca 1710 and Died in January 1794 in Bedford County, VA. His daugther, Mary Boyd (died 1819) married Moses Dooley.
They moved to Kentucky in 1781 and then to Indiana. Their son Rueben (b November 14, 1773) was born in Bedford county, Va. Their son, Silas, was born in Kentucky.

Also from that book, George Dooley, of Bedford Co., VA was the executor of Mathew Shaup's will, which was dated January 29, 1791.

George Dooley left land in Kentucky to his sons, Noah and Aaron but since both were dead, the land went to grandsons Job Sharp and Aaron B. Dooley.

From a different source, here are some Georgia marriages:

Habarsham County:

George Yearwood married Eva Dooley on Oct 8, 1830
John Goodson " Elizabeth Dooley on October 18, 1832
Martin Camp " Lucinda Dooley on Decemebr 23, 1823
James T. Bryan " Elizabeth Ann Dooley on September 2, 1838
William C. Alley " Nancy L. Dooley on October 3, 1838

Franklin Co

John Dooley married Zeberia Gartney on May 17, 1818
Forsyth Co,

James Dooley married Martha Wadkins on February 9, 1840
Elbert Co.

Joseph M. Brantley married Nancy J. Dooley on March 18, 1823

Hope this helps someone.

Kurt
-----Original Message-----
From: ped.gro@juno.com [mailto:ped.gro@juno.com]
Sent: 06 March 1999 02:59
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

Hi Darlene and list,

You may already have this information but I ran across it last night
while looking through some old files so hoped it might be of some help.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
July 1830 Elbert Co., GA Page 17 - Catherine and Wm. Brantley, over
14, orphans of Black Brantley, choose William W. Dooly, guardian.
Georgia Genealogical Magazine Ref. 9 p.133
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Also found a reference to Wm. W. Dooly's sister, Nancy, who married Jos.
M. Brantley 18 March 1823.

2 July 1824 Elbert Co., GA non-cupative will of Joseph M. Brantley;
Elizabeth and Frances Dooly [NOTE: These are two of Nancy and William W
Dooly's sisters] swear before Henry White and Jos. Blackwell that they
were present at the dwelling house of William W. Dooly about Jan. 15,
during the last illness of sd. Brantley and heard him say that his wife
Nancy J. Brantley should have his horse and wagon, his slave Naomi, and
all the property coming to him from his father's and grandfather's
estates in NC. Ref. 9, p. 36
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pat

___________________________________________________________________
 
Brantley, Joseph M (I7993)
 
14203 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Forwarded From: DOOLEY-L-request@rootsweb.com
Sent by: knelson@transport.com
--------- forwarded message ----------
Here are a couple of pieces of information I have run across which do not help me...maybe someone else.

The Book the will of Mathew Shaup has lots of Dooley hits, such as:

William Boyd was born ca 1710 and Died in January 1794 in Bedford County, VA. His daugther, Mary Boyd (died 1819) married Moses Dooley.
They moved to Kentucky in 1781 and then to Indiana. Their son Rueben (b November 14, 1773) was born in Bedford county, Va. Their son, Silas, was born in Kentucky.

Also from that book, George Dooley, of Bedford Co., VA was the executor of Mathew Shaup's will, which was dated January 29, 1791.

George Dooley left land in Kentucky to his sons, Noah and Aaron but since both were dead, the land went to grandsons Job Sharp and Aaron B. Dooley.

From a different source, here are some Georgia marriages:

Habarsham County:

George Yearwood married Eva Dooley on Oct 8, 1830
John Goodson " Elizabeth Dooley on October 18, 1832
Martin Camp " Lucinda Dooley on Decemebr 23, 1823
James T. Bryan " Elizabeth Ann Dooley on September 2, 1838
William C. Alley " Nancy L. Dooley on October 3, 1838

Franklin Co

John Dooley married Zeberia Gartney on May 17, 1818
Forsyth Co,

James Dooley married Martha Wadkins on February 9, 1840
Elbert Co.

Joseph M. Brantley married Nancy J. Dooley on March 18, 1823

Hope this helps someone.

Kurt
 
Dooley, George (I8016)
 
14204 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: chartman [mailto:chartman@concentric.net]
Sent: 05 March 1999 04:26
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Re; Martin Michael DOOLEY, WIS & King's Co., Ireland

Hi All,

Thank you for your welcome. I'm one of those newer members who has
been lurking in the shadows, so here's my Dooley:

Martin Michael Dooley
b.abt. 1824 King's Co., Ireland
immigrated abt.1847 to New York
married 1st; abt.1854 Poughkeepsie, NY
moved to Town Lyndon, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin in abt.1854
1st wife unk. died at Lyndon in 1857
married 2nd 1858 at Sheboygan, Wis. to Julia Quinn
lived at Town Plymouth, Sheboygan Co., Wis. she died 1861
married 3rd 1862 at Sheboygan, Wis. to Winifred Guinning
lived at Town Mitchell, Sheboygan Co., Wis.
died Jan.5, 1902, Town Mitchell, Sheboygan Co., Wis.

Martin Michael Dooley's children were:
John b.1860, Martin M. Jr. b.1861, Thomas b.1863 d.1864,
Edward b.1866, William b.1872

Martin M. Jr. was the only son to have heirs.

I'm looking for the impossible; brothers, sisters, parents,
birthplace and date for Martin Michael Dooley, anything.

I see that most of your list's Dooleys are in the South so I'm not
sure that I'm in the right place. Is there anyone who has Dooleys from
the Northern states? Any from Ireland in the mid-1800s? From King's
Co., Ireland?

Thanks for your help, comments, etc.

Bonnie Hartmann
Laguna Beach, California
 
(I8245)
 
14205 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Casey, Anna (I7997)
 
14206 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents).
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Casey, Ellen (I7998)
 
14207 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Casey, Maggie (I7999)
 
14208 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Casey, Patrick (I8000)
 
14209 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents).
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Divine, J J Morgan (I8013)
 
14210 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Harrison, (I8186)
 
14211 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
MacDonald, (I8211)
 
14212 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Lowrey, Mary E. [mailto:mel1@cdc.gov]
Sent: 08 March 1999 16:48
To: 'dowling'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

Brian,
Have just been looking at your beautiful web page and would like to submit my little bit of information. I have records (marriage, and death for my grandparents) but that is all the documentation I have. Would love to have this included in your database and who knows??? maybe I'll find a whole set of genuine "Irish cousins." thanks,

mary lowrey / USA - ga

-----Original Message-----
From: Lowrey, Mary E.
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 3:52 PM
To: 'GENIRE-L-request@rootsweb.com'
Subject: FW: DOWLING / CASEY / POWELL

spent some time at the nat'l archives last week and was able to pull up the passenger manifest of the last trip my gmother made from Ireland to America (Aurania, 12/17/24) -- and discovered the birthplaces for her and for my ggrandmother -- does anyone know anything about "Baltinglass" (I did find it on a map)? My ggrandmother was born in "Mullaghroe" and I haven't found that one on the map -- any info out there? They listed as their friend/relative in Ireland a "Mrs. Gray, Tilmore (i think that is a road or area), Ballytore" my aunt tells me she remembers Mrs. Gray and that she lived in the "big stone house". Will be excited to hear from any of ya'll. thanks,
mary lowrey

What I know of my Irish heritage at this point isn't a whole lot and I'd appreciate any additional pieces to the puzzle. Here goes:

Dennis ? DOWLING - County Wicklow / d. 1936 - a blacksmith by trade
Theresa MURPHY - d.1926?
*Richard Michael DOWLING - b. 1880? / emigrated to USA 1912? / d.
1971
Bertha (Mary?) DOWLING BARTON - emigrated to Canada ?
Nan DOWLING - emigrated to London
Jim DOWLING - emigrated to London
(I think there was at least one brother, but I don't know
any details)

Patrick CASEY - railroad man? - / lived & died in County Wicklow
Mary Bridget POWELL - b. Mullaghroe 1845 - emigrated USA, 1924 - d. 1926,
Newark NJ
Ellen Casey (j.j. morgan) DIVINE - emigrated to US < 1897 / d.
Nov., 1897
Anna Casey HARRISON - emigrated to US < 1901
Maggie Casey MACDONALD - emigrated to US < 1901
*Mary Bridget CASEY - b. Baltinglass 1885 / emigrated to US
1901? / d. 1928

My grandparents are:
Richard (Dick) Michael DOWLING (born in County Wicklow approx 1880)
married (in USA about 1912)
Mary Bridget CASEY (born in Baltinglass 1885)

Family Lore --
Dick was a blacksmith, as was his father - Dennis ? DOWLING - before him, and fell in love with Mary CASEY when she returned from America to visit her mother Mary Bridget POWELL CASEY. Mary refused to stay in Ireland and Dick followed her across the sea where they married and produced 5 children. Mary returned to Ireland for her mother and brought her to USA in 1925. Mary Bridget was in poor health and only survived until 1927.

Family "folklore" is that Mary Bridget POWELL was from a well-respected (if not wealthy) British family - possibly an Aunt or cousin to Lord BADEN-POWELL of the Boy Scouts - anyway, she met and fell in love with Patrick CASEY, a "rail-road man," married and raised her family in County Wicklow. Supposedly, her POWELL family disowned her over this marriage.
I wonder why????

Meanwhile, Dennis DOWLING was the village blacksmith and apparently rather prosperous. It seems that he married at least three times; my gfather's mother (Theresa MURPHY) being possibly his last wife. He died in 1936, and I have no clue as to any ancestors on this side of the family prior to these (my ggrandparents). 
Powell, Mary Bridget (I8231)
 
14213 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Mary Alice Dooley [mailto:MADooley@email.msn.com]
Sent: 25 February 1999 07:03
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Dooleys from Wisconsin/Queens Cty, Ireland

I am new to this list so am not familiar with previous postings.

My ggGrandfather Richard Dooly was born in Queens County (now Laois or
Leix), Ireland in 1804. He married Catherine Hickey in Ireland, had three
children there (Patrick, Thomas and John) and then immigrated to the US,
settling in Green County, Wisconsin. They had four more children in
Wisconsin: Richard, Mary, Edmund and James.

Richard and some of his children spelled their name "Dooly" and others
"Dooley," though the latter is the used by all the family today.

All of their children had big families and most stayed in the Green
County/Rock County areas of Wisconsin.

I am most interested in learning the names of Richard's parents and where he
was born in Ireland.

If anyone has any information on this family, I would appreciate your
contacting me.

Mary Alice Dooley
MADooley@msn.com 
Dooly, John (I8045)
 
14214 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: Mary Alice Dooley [mailto:MADooley@email.msn.com]
Sent: 25 February 1999 07:03
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Dooleys from Wisconsin/Queens Cty, Ireland

I am new to this list so am not familiar with previous postings.

My ggGrandfather Richard Dooly was born in Queens County (now Laois or
Leix), Ireland in 1804. He married Catherine Hickey in Ireland, had three
children there (Patrick, Thomas and John) and then immigrated to the US,
settling in Green County, Wisconsin. They had four more children in
Wisconsin: Richard, Mary, Edmund and James.

Richard and some of his children spelled their name "Dooly" and others
"Dooley," though the latter is the used by all the family today.

All of their children had big families and most stayed in the Green
County/Rock County areas of Wisconsin.

I am most interested in learning the names of Richard's parents and where he
was born in Ireland.

If anyone has any information on this family, I would appreciate your
contacting me.

Mary Alice Dooley
MADooley@msn.com 
Dooly, Thomas (I8049)
 
14215 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: ped.gro@juno.com [mailto:ped.gro@juno.com]
Sent: 26 February 1999 02:18
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooley of SC

Can anyone identify this William Dooly?
____________________________________________________________
Deed Bk 8 1793-1794 Edgefield County, South Carolina Pp. 90-94

1 Nov 1770; William DOOLY to Edward COUCH, both of SC for 250 pounds,
sold 150 acres originally granted 24 Jan 1770 being near Cloud Creek a
branch of Little Saluda River adjoining E by Henry HARTLEY, N by Moses
POWEL, S by William DOOLY. Wit: Patrick MCDOUGAL, Michael WALTON,
William CLARK, who swore oath 29 Apr 1793 before Henry KING, JP. Recorded
30 April 1793.
_____________________________________________________________ 
Dooly, William (I8051)
 
14216 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 03:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
I am not exactly new to genealogy, but I'm sure I still have a lot to learn.
The name I am looking for is Ellen Dowling. She was a school teacher in
Ireland who came to Canada cir. 1858. And then to the US. I understand she
was married on board ship to Charles Boyle. I don't know much more about
them. This was told to me by a relative. I am in the process of going to FHC
to research census and ship arrivals. If you have any information on anyone
who may be this person, I would greatly appreciate it. I realize this is a
long shot. But, you never know.

Pshertz@aol.com
--------------------------
From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, Charles (I7988)
 
14217 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 03:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
I am not exactly new to genealogy, but I'm sure I still have a lot to learn.
The name I am looking for is Ellen Dowling. She was a school teacher in
Ireland who came to Canada cir. 1858. And then to the US. I understand she
was married on board ship to Charles Boyle. I don't know much more about
them. This was told to me by a relative. I am in the process of going to FHC
to research census and ship arrivals. If you have any information on anyone
who may be this person, I would greatly appreciate it. I realize this is a
long shot. But, you never know.

Pshertz@aol.com
--------------------------
From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com
 
Dowling, Ellen (I8075)
 
14218 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, Belle (I7987)
 
14219 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, Ellen (I7989)
 
14220 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, James (I7990)
 
14221 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, Kate (I7991)
 
14222 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

From: PShertz@aol.com [mailto:PShertz@aol.com]
Sent: 06 February 1999 15:07
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Re: Dowling name

Hi Brian,
Thanks for your help. I knew it was a long shot. Our cousin had info from
her great aunt concerning Charles and Ellen. It is mostly about Charles, but
this is what Great Aunt wrote:
Ellen and Charles were married on board the ship by the captain on their
way to Canada. Ellen was a school teacher in Ireland. Charles was indentured
to a man as apprentice carpenter(?) He came to United States later. Raised
family, Mary, Aunt Kate, Aunt Ellen, Uncle Jim (and maybe Aunt Belle). Charles
also had four brothers who left Ireland for the US.
Charles as a bachelor, volunteered to bury the yellow fever victims at New
Orleans. He was paid in gold, which he took back to Ireland and dropped it
into his mother's lap as she shelled peas so she knew he was back. He last
saw her running toward the ship with her red hair hanging down her back
begging him to stay in Ireland. Aunt Belle used to meet immigrants from
Ireland and helped them write home to Ireland.
It is touching story, and I wish I knew more. If I find any more info, I
will let you know. Feel free to use whatever you would like. Thanks again
for your help.
Pat
PShertz@aol.com 
Boyle, Mary (I7992)
 
14223 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Alice (I8196)
 
14224 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Four (I8197)
 
14225 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, James (I8198)
 
14226 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, One (I8199)
 
14227 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Seven (I8200)
 
14228 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Six (I8201)
 
14229 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Three (I8202)
 
14230 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Informant: Mrs Rita O'Byrne
57 Otawa St.,
Box 113,
Southampton,
Ontario. NOH 2LO. 
Lawless, Two (I8203)
 
14231 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jones, S (I8192)
 
14232 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

John & Catherine Dowling Wallaceburg Ont
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Posted by John Dowling on November 07, 1998 at 09:23:38:

I am searching for information on my gggrandparents immegrated from Ireland to Ontario circa 1865. My ggrandfathew Mathew, b.1870 in Ontario married my ggrandmother Victoria nee Delona in Wallaceburg November 13, 1898 with a James Dowling (brother?) as a witness. Victoria's mother Sophia was from Ontario possibly Wallaceburg and married to Francis Delona of Chesterfield Twp, Macomb County Michigan.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

John Dowling
instrlab@aol.com
USA fax 800-353-3505 or 561-540-4540 
Dowling, John (I8101)
 
14233 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

John & Catherine Dowling Wallaceburg Ont
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Posted by John Dowling on November 07, 1998 at 09:23:38:

I am searching for information on my gggrandparents immegrated from Ireland to Ontario circa 1865. My ggrandfathew Mathew, b.1870 in Ontario married my ggrandmother Victoria nee Delona in Wallaceburg November 13, 1898 with a James Dowling (brother?) as a witness. Victoria's mother Sophia was from Ontario possibly Wallaceburg and married to Francis Delona of Chesterfield Twp, Macomb County Michigan.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.

John Dowling
instrlab@aol.com
USA fax 800-353-3505 or 561-540-4540 
, Catherine (I8247)
 
14234 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880
Posted by Karen Cucchia on December 04, 1998 at 08:05:45:
E-mail: karen.r.cucchia@usa.conoco.com
Matthew Doolin b. VA 1811 (1840, 1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860, 1880 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Elizabeth b. TN 1815 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860, 1880 Metcalfe Co., KY)

Children of Matthew Doolin and Elizabeth:

1) M. J. Doolin (female) b. KY 1832 (1850 Adair Co., KY)
2) John F. Doolin b. KY 1835 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Malinda b. KY 1833 (1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
3) Sarah M. Doolin b. KY 1842 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
4) Louisa S. Doolin b. KY 1844 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
5) Amanda B. Doolin b. KY 1846 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
6) William B. Doolin b. KY 1848 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
7) James M. Doolin b. KY 1850 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
8) Felise M. Doolin b. KY 1852 (1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
9) Elizabeth Ellen Doolin b. KY 9/1857 (1860, 1880, 1900, 1910 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Thomas D. Yates, son of Alpha Yates and Malinda Wallace, b. KY 8/1856 (1880, 1900, 1910 Metcalfe Co., KY)

The 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY census shows a female, Sally, b. VA 1775, living with the household. This may be Mathew's mother.

I have the offspring for Elizabeth Ellen Doolin and Thomas D. Yates. I have no further information on the Doolin family and hope to make a connection.

Thanks.
************************************
Re: Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880
Posted by Shirley Carter Hager on December 28, 1998 at 19:59:39:
E-mail: dhager@sprintmail.com

In Reply to: Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880 posted by Karen Cucchia on December 04, 1998 at 08:05:45:

I am helping a friend with here search. She is also connected to this line. I don't know too much ...but I do know that M.J. is Mary Jane and married Lewis(Louis) Hipkins Fraser. I can give you their names if you would like to email me.

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880
Posted by Karen Cucchia on December 04, 1998 at 08:05:45:
E-mail: karen.r.cucchia@usa.conoco.com
Matthew Doolin b. VA 1811 (1840, 1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860, 1880 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Elizabeth b. TN 1815 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860, 1880 Metcalfe Co., KY)

Children of Matthew Doolin and Elizabeth:

1) M. J. Doolin (female) b. KY 1832 (1850 Adair Co., KY)
2) John F. Doolin b. KY 1835 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Malinda b. KY 1833 (1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
3) Sarah M. Doolin b. KY 1842 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
4) Louisa S. Doolin b. KY 1844 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
5) Amanda B. Doolin b. KY 1846 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
6) William B. Doolin b. KY 1848 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
7) James M. Doolin b. KY 1850 (1850 Adair Co., KY; 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
8) Felise M. Doolin b. KY 1852 (1860 Metcalfe Co., KY)
9) Elizabeth Ellen Doolin b. KY 9/1857 (1860, 1880, 1900, 1910 Metcalfe Co., KY); Married Thomas D. Yates, son of Alpha Yates and Malinda Wallace, b. KY 8/1856 (1880, 1900, 1910 Metcalfe Co., KY)

The 1860 Metcalfe Co., KY census shows a female, Sally, b. VA 1775, living with the household. This may be Mathew's mother.

I have the offspring for Elizabeth Ellen Doolin and Thomas D. Yates. I have no further information on the Doolin family and hope to make a connection.

Thanks.
************************************
Re: Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880
Posted by Shirley Carter Hager on December 28, 1998 at 19:59:39:
E-mail: dhager@sprintmail.com

In Reply to: Matthew Doolin b VA 1811, d KY aft 1880 posted by Karen Cucchia on December 04, 1998 at 08:05:45:

I am helping a friend with here search. She is also connected to this line. I don't know too much ...but I do know that M.J. is Mary Jane and married Lewis(Louis) Hipkins Fraser. I can give you their names if you would like to email me.
 
Demunbrum, Elizabeth (I8249)
 
14235 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Messages for: Dowling

Re: Michael Dowling 1798
Looking for info, Michael J. Dowling, from counties Kilkenny & Wexford. Exiled to Van Diemen's Land (Austrila) in 1798, but escaped & went to Newfoundland, where he settled. Generations later, family lived in Chicago. Illionis, USA.
This entry was posted on:
Sat Feb 27 1999
By: Susan Dowling SWISY@AOL.Com
 
Dowling, Michael J (I8134)
 
14236 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Nellie Dowling
Posted by Diane Olson on June 24, 1998 at 16:31:47:
E-mail: dedcow@nwlink.com

My great grandmother was Nellie Dowling, she married Louis Tiel in Iowa. She had a brother James Dowling that lived in Saskatoon, Canada, at least for a while. Nellie and Louis had 2 sons Ray and Paul.The family moved fron Iowa to Minnesota to Saskatoon and California, they may also have lived in Kansas for a time. Any information greatly appreciated.
----------------------------
Re: Nellie Dowling
Posted by Diane Olson on July 03, 1998 at 17:20:52:

In Reply to: Re: Nellie Dowling posted by Don Dowling on July 02, 1998 at 10:05:27:

My children and myself are the only ones
left from my great grand mother Nellie, but as for her brother James, that probably married and had children, I don't know. I suspect there were other brothers or sisters of Nellie and James. I made a mistake about Kansas, it is Kansas City, Missouri. I have so little information to go on, and they moved around so much. I do have the aprox. years of where they were.
 
Dowling, James (I8092)
 
14237 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Original Message-----
From: Russellmk@aol.com [mailto:Russellmk@aol.com]
Sent: 31 December 1998 23:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowlings

Looking for Dowling also. Mine are from Bonne Terre, MO. Three sisters,
Molly, Julia, and Mildred. One brother, Ed. Some moved to Port Angeles,
Washington in early 1900's. Any help??
 
Dowling, Herbert John Edward (I5648)
 
14238 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Original Message-----
From: Russellmk@aol.com [mailto:Russellmk@aol.com]
Sent: 31 December 1998 23:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowlings

Looking for Dowling also. Mine are from Bonne Terre, MO. Three sisters,
Molly, Julia, and Mildred. One brother, Ed. Some moved to Port Angeles,
Washington in early 1900's. Any help?? 
Dowling, Julia (I8115)
 
14239 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Original Message-----
From: Russellmk@aol.com [mailto:Russellmk@aol.com]
Sent: 31 December 1998 23:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowlings

Looking for Dowling also. Mine are from Bonne Terre, MO. Three sisters,
Molly, Julia, and Mildred. One brother, Ed. Some moved to Port Angeles,
Washington in early 1900's. Any help?? 
Dowling, Mildred (I8135)
 
14240 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Original Message-----
From: Russellmk@aol.com [mailto:Russellmk@aol.com]
Sent: 31 December 1998 23:33
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowlings

Looking for Dowling also. Mine are from Bonne Terre, MO. Three sisters,
Molly, Julia, and Mildred. One brother, Ed. Some moved to Port Angeles,
Washington in early 1900's. Any help?? 
Dowling, Molly (I8137)
 
14241 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Parish of Borris0in-Ossory, Castles of Skirk and Garranmaconly, Queen's Co. By Hilary D. Walsh. (Kilkenny Journal 1969)

P. 72.

DANIEL DOWLING, of Skirk, Queen's Co.

His wife Mary the lease of his farm in the 'Street of Skirk' Also the lease of Newtown and Skirk. His son Patrick, unitil he shall reach the age of 30. His two daus, Mary and Bridget.

Dated.......Proved in 1743.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PATRICK DOWLING of Skirk, Queen's Co. (Eldest son of Daniel Dowling)

His three sons, Daniel, William and Patrick Dowling. His wife Frances. His dau Mary. His dau. Elizabeth. His mother her part of Newtown.

Will dated...... Proved in March 1769. He died at Newtown 16 Jan 1769.

NB. his wife was Frances dau of Robert Finn of Coolfinn. Despite the pressure of the Penal Laws, Patrick, though a Catholic, suceeded in retaining his large holding in Skirk, due probably to the fact that his wife was a Protestant. His children including those mentioned in his will were (?) another son Robert and a dau Frances both of whom died young and are recorded in the Rathdowney Catholic Register. 
Dowling, (I5285)
 
14242 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Parish of Borris0in-Ossory, Castles of Skirk and Garranmaconly, Queen's Co. By Hilary D. Walsh. (Kilkenny Journal 1969)

P. 72.

DANIEL DOWLING, of Skirk, Queen's Co.

His wife Mary the lease of his farm in the 'Street of Skirk' Also the lease of Newtown and Skirk. His son Patrick, unitil he shall reach the age of 30. His two daus, Mary and Bridget.

Dated.......Proved in 1743.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PATRICK DOWLING of Skirk, Queen's Co. (Eldest son of Daniel Dowling)

His three sons, Daniel, William and Patrick Dowling. His wife Frances. His dau Mary. His dau. Elizabeth. His mother her part of Newtown.

Will dated...... Proved in March 1769. He died at Newtown 16 Jan 1769.

NB. his wife was Frances dau of Robert Finn of Coolfinn. Despite the pressure of the Penal Laws, Patrick, though a Catholic, suceeded in retaining his large holding in Skirk, due probably to the fact that his wife was a Protestant. His children including those mentioned in his will were (?) another son Robert and a dau Frances both of whom died young and are recorded in the Rathdowney Catholic Register. 
Dowling, Bridget (I8061)
 
14243 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Parish of Borris0in-Ossory, Castles of Skirk and Garranmaconly, Queen's Co. By Hilary D. Walsh. (Kilkenny Journal 1969)

P. 72.

DANIEL DOWLING, of Skirk, Queen's Co.

His wife Mary the lease of his farm in the 'Street of Skirk' Also the lease of Newtown and Skirk. His son Patrick, unitil he shall reach the age of 30. His two daus, Mary and Bridget.

Dated.......Proved in 1743.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PATRICK DOWLING of Skirk, Queen's Co. (Eldest son of Daniel Dowling)

His three sons, Daniel, William and Patrick Dowling. His wife Frances. His dau Mary. His dau. Elizabeth. His mother her part of Newtown.

Will dated...... Proved in March 1769. He died at Newtown 16 Jan 1769.

NB. his wife was Frances dau of Robert Finn of Coolfinn. Despite the pressure of the Penal Laws, Patrick, though a Catholic, suceeded in retaining his large holding in Skirk, due probably to the fact that his wife was a Protestant. His children including those mentioned in his will were (?) another son Robert and a dau Frances both of whom died young and are recorded in the Rathdowney Catholic Register. 
Dowling, Daniel (I8063)
 
14244 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Parish of Borris0in-Ossory, Castles of Skirk and Garranmaconly, Queen's Co. By Hilary D. Walsh. (Kilkenny Journal 1969)

P. 72.

DANIEL DOWLING, of Skirk, Queen's Co.

His wife Mary the lease of his farm in the 'Street of Skirk' Also the lease of Newtown and Skirk. His son Patrick, unitil he shall reach the age of 30. His two daus, Mary and Bridget.

Dated.......Proved in 1743.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PATRICK DOWLING of Skirk, Queen's Co. (Eldest son of Daniel Dowling)

His three sons, Daniel, William and Patrick Dowling. His wife Frances. His dau Mary. His dau. Elizabeth. His mother her part of Newtown.

Will dated...... Proved in March 1769. He died at Newtown 16 Jan 1769.

NB. his wife was Frances dau of Robert Finn of Coolfinn. Despite the pressure of the Penal Laws, Patrick, though a Catholic, suceeded in retaining his large holding in Skirk, due probably to the fact that his wife was a Protestant. His children including those mentioned in his will were (?) another son Robert and a dau Frances both of whom died young and are recorded in the Rathdowney Catholic Register. 
, Mary (I8214)
 
14245 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: A Dowling Family of the South by R.A. Dowling
Posted by Iva on July 18, 1998 at 12:21:46:
E-mail: caboose@wcc.net

In Reply to: A Dowling Family of the South by R.A. Dowling posted by Sharman Ramsey on February 24, 1998 at 15:38:12:

Jane Dowling, born abt 1760, married William Boutwell of Darlington District, SC. Have no info on Jane as to parents or siblings. Could she tie in to Robert Dowling or others listed in these follow-ups?
 
Boutwell, William (I7985)
 
14246 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: A Dowling Family of the South by R.A. Dowling
Posted by Iva on July 18, 1998 at 12:21:46:
E-mail: caboose@wcc.net

In Reply to: A Dowling Family of the South by R.A. Dowling posted by Sharman Ramsey on February 24, 1998 at 15:38:12:

Jane Dowling, born abt 1760, married William Boutwell of Darlington District, SC. Have no info on Jane as to parents or siblings. Could she tie in to Robert Dowling or others listed in these follow-ups? 
Dowling, Jane (I8191)
 
14247 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont.
Posted by Shirley Wardle on November 15, 1998 at 22:24:33:
E-mail: wardle@execulink.com
In Reply to: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont. posted by Sue Hines on September 29, 1998 at 00:06:03:

Hello Sue
I am descended from Dennis Dowling's daughter Eliza who married Geo Wm. Hollwood. I have lots of info on this line and some others.
Would be glad to share.
Shirley
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

Re: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont.
Posted by Shirley Wardle on November 15, 1998 at 22:24:33:
E-mail: wardle@execulink.com
In Reply to: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont. posted by Sue Hines on September 29, 1998 at 00:06:03:

Hello Sue
I am descended from Dennis Dowling's daughter Eliza who married Geo Wm. Hollwood. I have lots of info on this line and some others.
Would be glad to share.
Shirley
---------------------------------------------------Original Message--------------------------------------
From: Leo Darmitz [mailto:logicdesign@home.com]
Sent: 07 May 2000 05:05
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject:

Read your posting on Genforum. It was very interesting. I have been tracing the Edison,Saxton,Ogden lines and they include Dowling. Your information confirms much of what I have but I thought you may be interested in a few corrections and additions.
1. I do not believe Mary Edison was born in 1773 as tat would make her 48 at he time of the birth of Hannah in 1821.
2. Elizabeth Downing b. 1815
3. George William Hollwood should be Hollywood as it is on his headstone at his gravesite in Vienna, Ontario. Also acording to that headstone, he was born in 1811 and died Aug. 6, 1902. His wife, Elizabeth is also buried there and her stone states b. 1815 d. 1887.
4. Hannah Dowling died 1841.
5. Rosanna Dowling could not have been born in 1779 if her mother was born in 1773. I have no date on Rosanna
6. Philip Dowling's middle name was Wortman
7. William B. Barnum b. Aug.2,1803 d. Dec.17,1885
8. Isaac Williams b. Jan.17,1801 d. Sept. 28,1874
9. George Enoch Downing was born in Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
10. Can you confirm that Thomas Dowling's wife was Grace Hughes? I have Kate Hodge and information on another item on Genform give another name ????
Check this out and let me know if things fit.

Leo Darmitz
logicdesign@home.com
-------------------------------Original Message--------------------------------
From: Leo Darmitz [mailto:logicdesign@home.com]
Sent: 19 June 2000 15:42
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: Re:

Hi Brian

Thanks for the reply
When I first read your E-Mail and saw reference to the damaged computer, I thought you were someone else because I have been communicating with another person who just had the same problem. Then I saw "Brian Dowling" and I said to myself "who the hell is Brian Dowling?" However, I now have my mind straightened out.

Your question of my sources - they are probably the same as yours. However, the sources of the birth of Elizabeth Dowling ( 1815 ) is her grave marker. It is located at Port Burwell, Ontario in a cemetery which was originally called the Port Burwell Baptist Cemetery and referred to recently as Estherville Cemetery.

I still have not got the spouse situation of Thomas Dowling straight to my complete satisfaction. Right now I have him having had two; the first Kate Hodge and the second, Electa Brown. I have not found any reference to a Grace Hughs other than what I got from Sue Hines, but the name Grace appears to have been the given name of one of his daughters by Kate Hodge. The only relation I have no reason to question is Electa Brown.

Regarding Hollwood vs Hollywood; Go completely with Hollywood as the former appears to have been a typographical error. The name is spelt HOLLYWOOD on George A. Hollywood's grave marker at the Port Burwell Baptist Cemetery. It is also spelt that was on Oscar Hollywood's and Sarah Hollywood's markers at the same cemetery. By the way, I know who Oscar Hollywood was but I do not have a Sarah Hollywood (b. April, 1768. d. Feb. 18, 1855). This could have been a married name.

I also have an A.J. Hollywood (b.Jan. 1823 d. Nov. 4, 1898), Samuel Hollywood (b. Sept. 1799, d. Dec. 19, 1807) son of Amos and Mary, and James Hollywood (b. 1848, d. 1871). All of these are buried at Port Burwell Baptist Cemetery.

Does this help or just confuse things further?

Just figured something out. Your reply for 10. Re Thomas: is the posting by Sue Hines. I have seen that posting and it might be where I got Grace Hughs from.

Leo Darmitz

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont.
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Posted by Shirley Wardle on November 15, 1998 at 22:24:33:

In Reply to: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont. posted by Sue Hines on September 29, 1998 at 00:06:03:

Hello Sue
I am descended from Dennis Dowling's daughter Eliza who married Geo Wm. Hollwood. I have lots of info on this line and some others.
Would be glad to share.
Shirley
 
Dowling, Elizabeth (I8072)
 
14248 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont.
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Posted by John Dowling on November 07, 1998 at 08:42:10:

In Reply to: Dennis Dowling Loyalist N.B. to Ont. posted by Sue Hines on September 29, 1998 at 00:06:03:

Hello: I am also searching for Dowlings of SW Ontario. My gggrandparents were John and Catherine Dowling living in the Wallaceburg, Ont. area in from about 1865. Any information on other Dowlings in SW Ontario would be helpfull. My Dowlings would be RC and from Ireland.

Hope this helpfull

J. Dowling
 
Dowling, John (I8100)
 
14249 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Doolin (KY - 1800)
Posted by Jack Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:43:04:
E-mail: 102752.3043@compuserve.com

In Reply to: Doolin (KY - 1800) posted by Diane Cable on July 18, 1998 at 23:33:42:

Do you know how close Butler Co Ky is to Pulaski Co. Ky?
So far all of our Doolin's are found in Pulaski Co., after 1789.

Our Doolin's start with Thomas Doolin and Elizabeth Knox.

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DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO
Posted by Jack Joyce Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:38:19:

Have Doolin's back to Thomas Doolin & Elizabeth Knox, in Pulaski Co. Ky.

Thomas b. 1789 Ky. d. 1863. Ky
Elizabeth b. 1795 Ky. d. 1876 Ky.
They married 28 Sep 1815 Ky.

Have a lot of info on descendants, but am missing a lot.

Would like to exchange info.
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Re: DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO
Posted by John W. Knox on August 26, 1998 at 20:49:41:
E-mail: jknox@ixlmemphis.com
In Reply to: DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO posted by Jack Joyce Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:38:19:

Do you have any info on ELIZABETH KNOX's siblings and parents. I am descended from one and possibly two of her brothers, ALEXANDER and WILLIAM. Would be happy to swap info. 
Knox, Alexander (I8193)
 
14250 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Doolin (KY - 1800)
Posted by Jack Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:43:04:
E-mail: 102752.3043@compuserve.com

In Reply to: Doolin (KY - 1800) posted by Diane Cable on July 18, 1998 at 23:33:42:

Do you know how close Butler Co Ky is to Pulaski Co. Ky?
So far all of our Doolin's are found in Pulaski Co., after 1789.

Our Doolin's start with Thomas Doolin and Elizabeth Knox.

*****************************
DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO
Posted by Jack Joyce Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:38:19:

Have Doolin's back to Thomas Doolin & Elizabeth Knox, in Pulaski Co. Ky.

Thomas b. 1789 Ky. d. 1863. Ky
Elizabeth b. 1795 Ky. d. 1876 Ky.
They married 28 Sep 1815 Ky.

Have a lot of info on descendants, but am missing a lot.

Would like to exchange info.
******************************
Re: DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO
Posted by John W. Knox on August 26, 1998 at 20:49:41:
E-mail: jknox@ixlmemphis.com
In Reply to: DOOLIN, Pulaski Co. Ky & Sullivan Co. MO posted by Jack Joyce Wilford on August 04, 1998 at 19:38:19:

Do you have any info on ELIZABETH KNOX's siblings and parents. I am descended from one and possibly two of her brothers, ALEXANDER and WILLIAM. Would be happy to swap info. 
Knox, William (I8194)
 
14251 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: dowling family research
Posted by James William Dowling on February 18, 1999 at 10:16:29:
E-mail: jimmy@lemedia.com
In Reply to: dowling family research posted by don r. dowling on April 06, 1998 at 21:21:39:

Well hello there fellow Dowlings, I am Jimmy Dowling, Born in Dublin 10 mar 55 and my brothers are John Alan Dowling born Birmingham uk 22 April 59 and William Patrick Dowling born Birmingham 62 my Sisters are Rosaleen Dowling born 10 May 56 B/ham and Ellen Dowling born uk but I've forgotten when!!!
Our Dad is William Patrick dowling born Dublin 1933 and Mom is Marie Antoinette McGloughlin born Dublin 13 Jun 1934.

Nice to write to you Bye from a Dowling.
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Dowling, Ellen (I8076)
 
14252 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: dowling family research
Posted by Robert Andrews on May 08, 1998 at 19:23:31:
E-mail: rjoeand@aol.com
In Reply to: dowling family research posted by don r. dowling on April 06, 1998 at 21:21:39:

My g Grandmother was Margaret Dowling,born 1841 in N.Y. d-1905-Callao Mo. her father was Patrick Dowling born County of Kildare 1800 came to US in 1821 or 1831, have a few more listed. am new to Dowling research
 
Dowling, Patrick (I8142)
 
14253 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowling Research
Posted by Christy Dowling on April 10, 1998 at 11:09:46:
E-mail: necahs1@aol.com

In Reply to: Dowling Research posted by Don Dowling on December 22, 1997 at 01:45:57:

I believe my grandfather, Leigh Dowling, was born in Wisconsin in 1884. Leigh's father came from Ireland, however I do not know when or what his name was. If any information out there, please let me know. Also I am very interested in knowing more about the Dowling Reunion in Dublin! When is it and who do I contact about it?! Thanks. Christy
 
Dowling, Leigh (I8116)
 
14254 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowling Research
Posted by Mark Patrick Dowling on May 12, 1998 at 06:32:56:
E-mail: dowlinmo@boat.bt.com

In Reply to: Re: Dowling Research posted by Matt Dowling on March 05, 1998 at 19:23:59:

The tree is a cherry tree. I have more details and will E mail them asap.
Just found the web site for Dowling by accident.I live in Ipswich, UK. My father is Patrick Charles Dowling from Birmingham.
His father Joseph Dowling was born near Cork Ireland.
 
Dowling, Joseph (I8113)
 
14255 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowling Research
Posted by Matt Dowling on April 21, 1998 at 00:08:40:
E-mail: slyyder@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowling Research posted by Don R. Dowling on April 06, 1998 at 23:00:19:

Don,

I was wondering if you could send me a picture of the crest you have. About my family... My Grand father was Dudly Dowling, I'm not sure where he was from nor his fathers or mothers name, he died when my dad was 10 so I don't know how much my dad knows about him either. I think he was from minnasoda though. I find it funny that there are so many Don's and Bill in the Dowling Family. My dad's name is Don and one of my uncles names is Bill, I have another named Pat. Anyways I also read some other spellings of our name such as Dunlaing(e), Dunlang, Sometimes with an O' and sometimes not. The Dunlaing variation has a few kings in the lineage. On of them had a daughter that married into Dutch or Welsh Royalty(Prince) and then later into England. Other than that I can find no ancient records of Dowling. But one thing I noticed that our clan was overshadowed by a clan, the name which escapes me, McMurdouch I think, as having all the credit for fighting the english. Have you read anything on this. One more thing, what does our name mean, I have seen a few meanings, Dark Rebellion, or Dark Fight, but I have look at the Gaelic and Dun means fort but I can't find a meaning for laing or lang or the like. I have also seen a english version that said our name was derived from the english word 'dol' meaning dull or stupid, I prefer other meanings and hope that this last meaning is severly incorrect. Thanks Matt Dowling. 
Dowling, Dudley (I8069)
 
14256 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowling Research
Posted by Valeria Burnett Lawrence on May 11, 1998 at 20:41:35:
E:mail: misslera@aol.com

In Reply to: Re: Dowling Research posted by Don R. Dowling on April 06, 1998 at 23:00:19:

Please let me know if your John Dowling had a daughter, Elizabeth b. 30 Aug 1849 IL? who married John Alfred Burnett in AR. If not, do you know of a connection to move me back a generation or so? Please e-mail me as soon as possible.
Thank you.
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DOWLING, ELIZABETH & JOHN ALFRED BURNETT
Posted by VALERIA BURNETT LAWRENCE on May 09, 1998 at 13:49:21:

I am a descendant of the couple mentioned in the subject line. We are having a BURNETT reunion in Malvern, AR on June 6, 1998 for descendants of this couple and would appreciate any input anyone has on the ancestors of Elizabeth DOWLING BURNETT. Our records show that she came to AR during the late 1850's or early 1860's although we think we have located her in the 1860 Desha County, AR census with a father named John. We have her date of birth as August 30, 1849 in IL and her death as 16 July 1916 in AR.
We have been looking for a copy of the book, "A Dowling Family of the South by R. A. Dowling", and can not find it in AR. Do you know where we might purchase a copy of this book? Please e-mail me and let me know so I can get a copy of it.
 
Dowling, John (I8103)
 
14257 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings and the Civil War
Posted by Margie Huddleston on January 15, 1999 at 15:35:27:

In Reply to: Dowlings and the Civil War posted by Michael Dowling on January 07, 1999 at 21:33:40:

Levi Dowling was mustered into the 152nd Ind. Index: Volume Inf. He became a Lt. and was said to be the youngest Chaplin in the Union Army 
Dowling, Lt. Levi (I8117)
 
14258 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings from Dublin
Posted by Mike Martyn on January 15, 1999 at 18:57:03:
E-mail: mmartyn@nr.infi.net
In Reply to: Dowlings from Dublin posted by Stephen Crawley on August 23, 1998 at 07:04:24:

Would any of you folks happen to have a Margaret Dowling m. a Martyn. Reportedly she is from Dublin and his family from Westmeath. The families came to the US to Brooklyn/L.I. circa 1850. I have VERY little info and am just beginning to put pieces together so ANYTHING is helpful. Thank you very much. 
Dowling, Margaret (I8120)
 
14259 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings from Dublin
Posted by Mike Martyn on January 15, 1999 at 18:57:03:
E-mail: mmartyn@nr.infi.net
In Reply to: Dowlings from Dublin posted by Stephen Crawley on August 23, 1998 at 07:04:24:

Would any of you folks happen to have a Margaret Dowling m. a Martyn. Reportedly she is from Dublin and his family from Westmeath. The families came to the US to Brooklyn/L.I. circa 1850. I have VERY little info and am just beginning to put pieces together so ANYTHING is helpful. Thank you very much.
 
Martyn, (I8213)
 
14260 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings from Dublin
Posted by Tom Dowling on February 03, 1999 at 20:30:11:
E-mail: tdoval@aol.com
In Reply to: Dowlings from Dublin posted by Stephen Crawley on August 23, 1998 at 07:04:24:

My greatgrandfather Thomas Dowling came from Dublin to New York around 1866. According to family stories, his family owned a meatpacking business in Dublin. he apparently did not keep in contact with his Irish relatives or at least that connection ended with his early death in the late 1880's. I would be interested to know if your aunt is familiar with any Dublin meatpackers named Dowling. I was in Dublin some years ago and found no trace of such a business. Perhaps we have a connection. In any case, thanks for looking into it. For what it is worth, Thomas, Matthew and Michael are the main male names in the family. The women's names vary more but Agnes, Bridget, Margaret, Mary and Frances seem the commonest. 
Dowling, Thomas (I8159)
 
14261 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in Australia
Posted by Blaine Riley on March 11, 1999 at 20:21:03:
E-mail: mbr2222222@aol.com
In Reply to: Dowlings in Australia posted by David Johnson on November 05, 1998 at 22:43:52:

Hi David, don't know if I can help, but might be just what you need.
I have a photo of "the Dowlings of Australia relatives of Henry Ruckel" (My GGF). Shown are: George, Philip, Mrs. Dowling, ne Ruckel, and Edward Dowling. All I really remember is my mother telling me that one of the Dowlings was a famous educator who had his picture on an Australian stamp. The old px was taken in Petersham at the Royal (can't make out name ends with "m") Studio. 
Dowling, (I8170)
 
14262 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in Australia
Posted by Tony Martin on February 17, 1999 at 02:15:36:
E-mail: bencan@labyrinth.netau
In Reply to: Dowlings in Australia posted by David Johnson on November 05, 1998 at 22:43:52:

I have collected a fair amount of data on the name Dowling over the years.

The information you may be seeking is:
Edward Charles DOWLING born in 1864 at Sandford son of John Dowling and Ellen O'Brien (Vic BDM index #11350)

Edward married Julia Greenham (Vic BDM #5362)
In 1885 they had a son George Frederick DOWLING (Vic BDM index #24826)
In 1887 another son Peter Edward born at Dartmoor, Victoria (Vic BDM index 27686)

In 1891 they had a daughter Minnie Mary born at Dartmoor (Vic BDM Reg 32280).

Hopefully this is the line you seek.
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Dowling, John (I8112)
 
14263 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by Linda Cummings on May 24, 1998 at 15:28:26:
E-mail: cljccummings@recorder.ca
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in Canada posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:

My mom was a Dowling before she was married. She was one of seven children born to Melvin and Elva Dowling in Freelton, Ontario, Canada. I've never heard of Sarah but my Mom's great-grandfather, a Dowling was chief of police in Fergus, Ontario and she has mentioned that he had at least one brother. Hope my information helps. 
Cummings, Linda (I8007)
 
14264 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by Linda Cummings on May 24, 1998 at 15:28:26:
E-mail: cljccummings@recorder.ca
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in Canada posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:

My mom was a Dowling before she was married. She was one of seven children born to Melvin and Elva Dowling in Freelton, Ontario, Canada. I've never heard of Sarah but my Mom's great-grandfather, a Dowling was chief of police in Fergus, Ontario and she has mentioned that he had at least one brother. Hope my information helps. 
Cummings, (I8008)
 
14265 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by Linda Cummings on May 24, 1998 at 15:28:26:
E-mail: cljccummings@recorder.ca
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in Canada posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:

My mom was a Dowling before she was married. She was one of seven children born to Melvin and Elva Dowling in Freelton, Ontario, Canada. I've never heard of Sarah but my Mom's great-grandfather, a Dowling was chief of police in Fergus, Ontario and she has mentioned that he had at least one brother. Hope my information helps. 
Dowling, (I8168)
 
14266 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling 
Dowling, Martin (I8121)
 
14267 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling 
(I8244)
 
14268 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Shayne Thomas on January 19, 1998 at 07:47:32:
E-mail: sthomas@moranbah.net.au
In Reply to: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on December 29, 1997 at 13:54:01:

Hi Alison!
I have a lot of information about my branch of the Dowlings. Like yours, mine lived in Ireland and then, later in England. My G.G.G. Grandfather, Sir James Dowling was the second chief justice of New South Wales, the old name for Australia. When he first moved to Australia he settled in Tasmania. I would be very interested in the connection between your William and my James, if any.
Regards, Shayne
 
Dowling, Sir James (I8090)
 
14269 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
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Posted by Dave Dowling on December 27, 1998 at 14:20:42:

In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Re Wok'ham area? My g/father was a Sydney Dowling born c1900,resided Horley, Surrey. Sons Peter/John. Tie in anywhere?
 
Dowling, David (I8066)
 
14270 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
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Posted by Dave Dowling on December 27, 1998 at 14:20:42:

In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Re Wok'ham area? My g/father was a Sydney Dowling born c1900,resided Horley, Surrey. Sons Peter/John. Tie in anywhere?

Re: Dowlings in England
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Posted by Dave Dowling on December 28, 1998 at 01:34:12:

In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Dave Dowling on December 27, 1998 at 14:20:42:

Corr. to earlier note. Place of domicile in
1920/30's was Hawley not Horley.
 
Dowling, John (I8102)
 
14271 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
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Posted by Dave Dowling on December 27, 1998 at 14:20:42:

In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Re Wok'ham area? My g/father was a Sydney Dowling born c1900,resided Horley, Surrey. Sons Peter/John. Tie in anywhere?

Re: Dowlings in England
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Posted by Dave Dowling on December 28, 1998 at 01:34:12:

In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Dave Dowling on December 27, 1998 at 14:20:42:

Corr. to earlier note. Place of domicile in
1920/30's was Hawley not Horley.
 
Dowling, (I8165)
 
14272 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants
Posted by Don R. Dowling on October 07, 1998 at 11:42:12:
E-mail: ddowling@ocsnet.net
In Reply to: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants posted by Heather den Hollander on October 06, 1998 at 18:02:50:

My great grandfather had 5 children that lived and all were born in Joplin Mo., My Grandfather was John Russell Dowling, his brothers and sisters were Med oldest brother then Tilda probubly MAtilda, Nerva (Minerva),Zack (Zachary Zacharias) John Russell my grandfather was born in 1879. I am told that my greatgrandfather had several brothers and sisters however I don't even know my ggrandfathers' name. Maybe there is a link there somewhere. I hope this is some type of connection 
Dowling, Med (I8130)
 
14273 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants
Posted by Don R. Dowling on October 07, 1998 at 11:42:12:
E-mail: ddowling@ocsnet.net
In Reply to: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants posted by Heather den Hollander on October 06, 1998 at 18:02:50:

My great grandfather had 5 children that lived and all were born in Joplin Mo., My Grandfather was John Russell Dowling, his brothers and sisters were Med oldest brother then Tilda probubly MAtilda, Nerva (Minerva),Zack (Zachary Zacharias) John Russell my grandfather was born in 1879. I am told that my greatgrandfather had several brothers and sisters however I don't even know my ggrandfathers' name. Maybe there is a link there somewhere. I hope this is some type of connection 
Dowling, Minerva (I8136)
 
14274 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants
Posted by Don R. Dowling on October 07, 1998 at 11:42:12:
E-mail: ddowling@ocsnet.net
In Reply to: Edward Dowling, son of Irish Immigrants posted by Heather den Hollander on October 06, 1998 at 18:02:50:

My great grandfather had 5 children that lived and all were born in Joplin Mo., My Grandfather was John Russell Dowling, his brothers and sisters were Med oldest brother then Tilda probubly MAtilda, Nerva (Minerva),Zack (Zachary Zacharias) John Russell my grandfather was born in 1879. I am told that my greatgrandfather had several brothers and sisters however I don't even know my ggrandfathers' name. Maybe there is a link there somewhere. I hope this is some type of connection 
Dowling, Zack (I8177)
 
14275 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: Mary Louisa Dowling b1852 in Ireland, NY in 1879
Posted by Michelle Dowling Smisek on September 26, 1998 at 21:40:16:
E-mail: philsmisek@aol.com
In Reply to: Mary Louisa Dowling b1852 in Ireland, NY in 1879 posted by Wendy Mathis Lex on April 26, 1998 at 16:23:03:

My grandfather's name was Joseph Dowling from NY, he died in 1942 or 1944, not sure of his birthdate, but I know he was relatively young when he died. My dad, James W. Dowling was born in 1935 in New York, dad passed away in 1995 and didn't have much information on family history. Don't know if there's any connection but any help you can give would be great. Thanks.
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Re: Dowlings from Dublin
Posted by Michelle Dowling Smisek on September 26, 1998 at 21:14:24:
In Reply to: Dowlings from Dublin posted by Stephen Crawley on August 23, 1998 at 07:04:24:

I am just beginning my quest to find information on the Dowling history. My father's name was James Waaland Dowling from Brooklyn New York born in 1935. His father was Joseph Dowling, he died in 1942 or 1944. My dad past away in 1995 and did not have much information for his family history. Any help you can give would be helpful. Thanks. 
Dowling, Joseph (I8114)
 
14276 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: NY - Greene & Ulster Counties - pre-1850
Posted by Thomas L. Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 21:55:49:
E-mail: suedowling@aol.com
In Reply to: NY - Greene & Ulster Counties - pre-1850 posted by Peggy Dolan on October 31, 1998 at 11:04:57:

My Father's Paternal grandfther was named 'Jack' (John?) Dowling, and lived in Ulster County (Wawarsing/Ellenville area). My father's father, Jim (James) Dowling also lived in that area. My father in now 82 and I am 52. I would like to learn more. My aunt Kay, who still resides in Ellenville, is a repository of much family history. Let me know if you would like to contact her.

Thank you,

Tom Dowling 
Dowling, James (I8093)
 
14277 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Re: NY - Greene & Ulster Counties - pre-1850
Posted by Thomas L. Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 21:55:49:
E-mail: suedowling@aol.com
In Reply to: NY - Greene & Ulster Counties - pre-1850 posted by Peggy Dolan on October 31, 1998 at 11:04:57:

My Father's Paternal grandfther was named 'Jack' (John?) Dowling, and lived in Ulster County (Wawarsing/Ellenville area). My father's father, Jim (James) Dowling also lived in that area. My father in now 82 and I am 52. I would like to learn more. My aunt Kay, who still resides in Ellenville, is a repository of much family history. Let me know if you would like to contact her.

Thank you,

Tom Dowling
 
Dowling, John (I8107)
 
14278 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Source: Internet http://clester.simplenet.com/desc/d5288.htm
E-mail: clester@mindspring.com
9 January 1999 
Dowling, (I8167)
 
14279 [Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

Source: Regina Ferguson Dowling. 1 Flagstone Court, Germantown, Maryland, 20874-2231, USA. E-mail: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 16 February 1999 
Moore, Rosa (I8217)
 
14280 [Incorrec year, but day and month may be correctt] Lister, Jane (I18874)
 
14281 [Peter shown widowed in 1901 census] Dowling, Honor (I17555)
 
14282 [Plaistow is near Bromley in Kent] Dowling, Ella (I8907)
 
14283 [PROBABLY Laois] Dowling, Bridget (I20472)
 
14284 [PROBABLY Laois] Dowling, John (I20473)
 
14285 [Reads more like Ballyking could be Ballyfin] Dowling, Cornelius (I17639)
 
14286 [Requires certificate to confirm actual date as this contradicts index] Dowling-Maitland, Charles Sydenham Lineus (I26658)
 
14287 [Significantly different to apparent Birth Index record] Yeomans, Emma (I20288)
 
14288 [Transcribed as 'Peapney Good Stope, At Sea'] Doolan, Sophia Anne (I15211)
 
14289 [Wife shown widowed in 1900 Census] Dowling, Isaac C (I19139)
 
14290 [William married Catherine Welsh] Dowling, Catherine (I19333)
 

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