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7. James Theophilus 4 Dowling (John3, James2, Robert1); b. 26 Apr 1814 in Brunson, Beaufort, SC; m. Mary Ann Long, daughter of Alonzo Long and Catherine ?, 1841; d. 21 Jul 1882 at age 68.

He Hopewell Baptist Church affiliation All nine children born near Hampton SC DFS.

Children of James Theophilus4 Dowling and Mary Ann Long were as follows:

i. John Virgil5; m. Annie Williams.9
ii. Deborah Mellason;Deborah Mellason Dowling; m. Joseph D Deloache.9
iii. Emma Elizabeth;Emma Elizabeth Dowling; m. Thomas T. Speaks.9
iv. Susan Catherine;Susan Catherine Dowling; m. John Asa Tuten.9
v. Argenia Rosetta;Argenia Rosetta Dowling; m. John Fred. Rivers.9
vi. Lucius Rhett; m. Mary Susan Goethe.9
vii. William Hamilton; b. 8 Aug 1842; m. Clara Louise Ruth 19 May 1867; d. 9 Sep 1924 at age 82.
He was Head of Hampton Co School System.

Probate Judge for 12 years. He was Chaplain in 5th SC Cavalry Regiment aide to General Wade Hampton. He was In 1892 began 32 year term on Board of Education in 1892.

10. viii. Decanie Dexter, b. 20 Aug 1850 in Hampton, SC; m. Mary Margaret Thames.
ix. Annie Regina; b. 1860 in South Carolina;8 d. 1883 in Hampton, South Carolina; Died single;12 bur. 1883 in Hopewell Baptist Church,,, South Carolina.8

Taken from Website: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/walter_wood/waltsweb/genehome.htm
17 April 1999
please contact me by e-mail at walter_wood@compuserve.com
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Dowling, Lucius Rhett (I2604)
 
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7. James Theophilus 4 Dowling (John3, James2, Robert1); b. 26 Apr 1814 in Brunson, Beaufort, SC; m. Mary Ann Long, daughter of Alonzo Long and Catherine ?, 1841; d. 21 Jul 1882 at age 68.

He Hopewell Baptist Church affiliation All nine children born near Hampton SC DFS.

Children of James Theophilus4 Dowling and Mary Ann Long were as follows:

i. John Virgil5; m. Annie Williams.9
ii. Deborah Mellason;Deborah Mellason Dowling; m. Joseph D Deloache.9
iii. Emma Elizabeth;Emma Elizabeth Dowling; m. Thomas T. Speaks.9
iv. Susan Catherine;Susan Catherine Dowling; m. John Asa Tuten.9
v. Argenia Rosetta;Argenia Rosetta Dowling; m. John Fred. Rivers.9
vi. Lucius Rhett; m. Mary Susan Goethe.9
vii. William Hamilton; b. 8 Aug 1842; m. Clara Louise Ruth 19 May 1867; d. 9 Sep 1924 at age 82.
He was Head of Hampton Co School System.

Probate Judge for 12 years. He was Chaplain in 5th SC Cavalry Regiment aide to General Wade Hampton. He was In 1892 began 32 year term on Board of Education in 1892.

10. viii. Decanie Dexter, b. 20 Aug 1850 in Hampton, SC; m. Mary Margaret Thames.
ix. Annie Regina; b. 1860 in South Carolina;8 d. 1883 in Hampton, South Carolina; Died single;12 bur. 1883 in Hopewell Baptist Church,,, South Carolina.8

Taken from Website: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/walter_wood/waltsweb/genehome.htm
17 April 1999
please contact me by e-mail at walter_wood@compuserve.com
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Dowling, Annie Regina (I2608)
 
303 ----------------------------------------------------Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 26 April 2000 04:53
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling - Seeking info.-John James Dowling

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Seeking info.-John James Dowling.

Seeking information about the family of John James Dowling, born ? Ireland, 1802: died in 1876 (possibly in Canada): married Anne Kerwin on Aug.1, 1835 in Tullow (Tullowland?). Had 5 children: Catherine, James Thomas, Mary Jane, William John, and Martin (my great grandfather). The family emigrated to Canada at some point, and my grandmother lived in Western New York State. -- I will be traveling to Ireland in the summer and hope to research this further. Any tips will be appreciated.

The entry was posted by: caburns@mediaone.net
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Dowling, John James (I3872)
 
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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
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From: Tim Dowling [mailto:tdowling_53223@yahoo.com]
Sent: 19 September 2004 20:25
To: DOWLING-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOWLING] Thomas Edison

The grandfather of Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) the inventor, was Samuel Ogden Edison (1762-1865). Samuel's sister was Mary and she married Dennis Dowling (1776-1840) of Essex Co., NJ and later moved to Canada. One of their daughter's, Phoebe married William Burrage Barnum, related to the circus family.

Funny thing is, that I found this relationship through Mary (Edison) Dowling, a 5th cousin 7x removed, and not Dennis. ;)
 
Barnum, William Burrage (I794)
 
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From: Robert J. Marshall [mailto:rmarshal@cswnet.com]
Sent: 08 May 2000 23:58
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Doolin Family

Brian,
I have a feeling that John Doolin(husband to Ceaty Rowe) might be related to a Maurice Doolin, who was ordered to come to America in 1740 because of a crime commited in Ireland.
I haven't looked at the book but info is in the Journal of the House Of Commons of the Kingdom of Ireland,Volume 7 (1796) pg.56
I have a feeling that abuse and criminal acts was a vicious cycle in this certain family.
PLEASE do not mention this in any forum for my cousin will be very angry,for she does not easily share info. with others when it comes to
Genealogy,because she puts so much time and money into it. BUT she has copies of court Documents stating that Michael Doolin (son of John Doolin) beat and abused his wife.
It is of her Opinion and mine that Mary E. Stephens (wife of Michael) did not leave Michael;but rather was a victim of foul play.If she had left Michael she would have over time contacted her sister or children.she was never seen nor heard of again.

But this is only my opinion.

Keep in touch and let me know of your findings. DALLAS

P.S .I'm related through Michael and Mary's daughter Malinda B. Doolin b.1834 in Madison county,Missouri .she married Daniel Ham( 3rd
marriage), Their daughter Ellendor(Ellie) Francis Ham married Austin Allen Casey. I have a Generation sheet listing all of Michael's Children ;Malinda Doolin's children and the children of her brother Barton Doolin if your interested. -Ends
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From: doolin-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:doolin-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Emily
Sent: 09 June 2009 05:30
To: DOOLIN-L@rootsweb.com - Subject: [DOOLIN] Doolin DNA Update --correction

So sorry folks...I didn't check the lineage against my database, so here's the corrected version for Robbie Doolin's test (The change is in the first two generations):

Rob Roy Doolin (Robbie) (line connected to Bill Doolin, OK Outlaw)
Kit; 110863

Lineage details:

1. John Doolin, b. ca 1735 Ireland; m. Nancy UNKNOWN
2. John Doolin, b. ca 1764 pos. GA; d. 13 Oct 1846 Butler Co, KY; m. 9 Mar 1905 Logan Co, KY to Cathy Rowe, b. ca 1775-1794
3. Michael Doolin, b. ca 1805-1808 Logan Co, KY; d. ca 1865 Johnson Co, AR in the spring; m. 1st 8 Feb 1829 Butler Co, KY to Mary Elizabeth Stephens, b. ca 1811-1813 Warren Co, KY; d. ca 1850 Newton Co, AR (Michael's second wife was Artemina Beller
4. Barton Doolin, b. ca 1832-1833 Madison Co, MO; m. Elizabeth Self, b. ca 1833 AR
5. Andrew Jackson Doolin, b .ca 1857 Johnson Co, AR; m. Annie Wright
6. Roy Doolin, b. 22 Jul 1896 Seminole Co, OK; d. 1 Apr 1959 OK; m. Ruby Rebecca Hudson, b. 5 Sep 1901 OK; d. 31 Mar1999 Ada, Pontotoc, Co, OK
7. Roy Dean Doolen, b. 17 Mar 1929 Sasawka, OK; d. 9 Mr 1998 Konawa, Seminole Co, OK; m. Clara Dean (maiden name withheld) ca 1851
8. Rob Roy Doolen

Thank you Brenda for cathing this! So sorry about that, Emily
 
Doolen, Burton (I3894)
 
306 -----------------------------------------Original Message------------------------------------------
From: Adrian Dowling [mailto:adrian.dowling@zoom.co.uk]
Sent: 17 June 2000 21:14
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Can you help ?

Hello Brian,

As you can see from my e-mail address, I am also of Dowling ancestry, and coincidently I also come from East Kent.

I was born in 1957, near Sandwich, Kent, to Leonard Frederick Dowling and Janet Dorothy Dowling (nee Hearn). My father was also born in Kent, but apparently his father was Irish.

I have also recently started tracing my family history, but have not been successful in finding any info about my paternal grandfather. I know his name was WILLIAM EDMUND DOWLING and he married Ethel Louise Roalf in Plumstead, Woolwich, some time between 1914 - 1920. I also know that he was working in Woolwich arsenal at that time.

I don't know where or when he was born, where or when he died, or where he was buried.

Any help that you might be able to offer would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards, Adrian.
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From: Adrian Dowling [mailto:adrian.dowling@zoom.co.uk]
Sent: 27 July 2000 20:32
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Terence M Dowling

Hello Brian,

You may recall that I contacted you a couple of months ago regarding my Great-grandfather, William Edmund Dowling.
Well so far I haven't made any headway tracing the marriage certificate.

However, the reason for writing to you again, is that this evening I had a call out of the blue from a man called Mr Ralli, who lives quite close to me in Sandwich.

He has been contacted by a firm of probate solicitors in Belfast, who are trying to trace descendants or relations of Terence M Dowling, who is the son of Winifred Alice Dowling.

Mr Ralli is the son of Winifred's sister, and he can recall visiting relatives in Ramsgate when he was young, which he assumes was his aunt Winifred. He found my number in the 'phone book and thought that I might be related, but unfortunately for him I am not. I felt that as you used to live in Ramsgate, I thought the there may be some connection with your family.

If you wish, you can contact the solicitors at

Inwood, Garrett & Stone Ltd, 56, Bradbury Place, Belfast, N. Ireland BT7 1RU (028) 9024 1412

If you would like to speak to Mr Ralli for more details, his number is 01304 611355

I know that these people are not related to me, and they may not feature in your family history, but I am sure that you will have more information to offer than I have. Who knows, there may even be an inheritance involved!

Hope to speak to you soon, regards, Adrian
 
Dowling, William Edmund (I4018)
 
307 ----------------------------------------Original Message-------------------------------
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 26 May 2000 23:13 - To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin DOWLING b abt 1849
A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin DOWLING b abt 1849.
Martin DOWLING marr Kate CORBETT 1871 son William Patrick born 4 Jun 1872 Waterford City. Family emigrated to New Zealand with Roger CORBETT'S family in 1875.
The entry was posted by: ivand@orcon.co.nz
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The CORBETT Family - Voyage of the Dilharree - LONDON TO AUCKLAND. An account of the voyage of my CORBETT Family to New Zealand
THE HENRY FAMILY WERE FELLOW PASSENGERS ON THE VOYAGE.
Written by W. J. HENRY 24/8/1935 To the Editor, The Gippsland Independent and Express
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My father, mother, and six children arrived in London in September, 1874, from Londonderry, I being No.3 and eight years old. My father had sold his farm to my uncle, and had decided to settle in New Zealand. We left Belfast at dusk, and arrived at Fleetwood in Lancashire, at daylight.
It was a very rough trip, as the boat was pitching and rolling, and everyone was sick, I suppose they do it now in half the time.
We were to sail in a fullrigged ship, the Cospatrick by name, but when we arrived she had sailed a full ship, so we had to wait a week or more. The "Cospatrick" caught fire on its voyage with great loss of life.
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The barque, Dilharrie was anchored off Gravesend when we went on board. She had been an old Indian troopship, and was a fairly fast sailer. I remember one night hearing the sailors say that she was making 14 Knots and heeling over enough to frighten any landsman. She had a couple of Carronades amidships, but they only used them when they wanted a tug. We were a long time getting out of the channel as we were becalmed off Plymouth. At last the captain ordered a gun to be fired, and a tug came out, but as the owner wanted £90 to give us a start, our captain objected and we had to wait for a breeze. At last we got a start into the Bay of Biscay and then most of the passengers got sick. We had about 250 passengers and a crew of 30, including three apprentices, and they kept things lively. I remember seeing the three latter sitting on the caps of the masts.
Two of them went by the name of "Coffee" and "Cocoa", I forget the name of the other. Between them and the boys the mates had to keep their eyes open. Some of the boys let one of the sails go, but they soon found out that it did not pay to touch the ropes, as the first mate used the ropes end pretty freely.
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We passed close by Cape Verde Islands, and got into the "Doldrums". The sea was like glass, and the tar was melting on deck. Although we had a doctor on board, nine of the young children on board died. [One child was Kate Corbett's son James Dowling ] my sister among them, also a passenger named "Corbett". [This is actually Martin DOWLING, husband of Kate CORBETT] We did not sight any land after leaving the Cape Verde Islands until reaching New Zealand, as we did not call at the Cape. We did not meet with any extra. bad weather on the voyage, although on one occasion we shipped a heavy sea, which did a lot of damage and my brother Bob was nearly overboard when a sailor grabbed him just in time. Everyone on deck was hanging on to ropes etc. I was astride one of the guns when it happened and someone helped me to hang on.
The second mate got the sack when we reached Auckland, as he had charge of the wheel at the time.
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We used to watch the albatrosses soaring around the ship. The sailors caught one with a hook and landed it on board. It was a very large one, but they let it go again, as they could not make use of it. Schools of porpoises kept us company. I remember one of the sailors trying to harpoon one from the bowsprit, but he did not succeed. We saw whales spouting several times, and one big one came to the surface alongside the ship one day.
A fire broke out in the young women's quarters, but it was put out before it got much of a hold. There was great excitement till the scare was over. When we got near our destination, we met a ship homeward bound. The Captain was informed that the "Cospatrick" was burned at sea and all hands were lost excepting five, who were picked up in a boat. They had been 8 days without food, and were in a dreadful state, two of them dying afterwards. Only three were saved out of 500 aboard. A number of our passengers were to have sailed in the "Cospatrick", and had their boxes labelled for her.
When we got down South it was very cold in the roaring forties. There was snow and ice in the rigging. We had warm clothing as I remember father had a tailor in before we left home, and had a couple of suits made for each of us, and we had need of them right enough. The cook's galley was a favourite place for us boys.
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One of the passengers, George Church, a Londoner, started a school on board. He was not exactly a favourite with us. He used to walk around on deck and gather up the boys, but the sailors delighted to hide some of us and of course we did not object.
I remember one of the passengers thought he would like to have a look at a passing ship from the crosstrees, so he took his telescope and went up, but a couple of sailors went up after him, and tied him there, and he had to shout a bottle of whisky before he could come down. Another day a one of the passengers went up, and led the sailors a dance all around the ship. All hands cheered him when he slid down a rope, and left the sailors aloft to be laughed at.
One or two of the sailors made several models of ships, in their spare time, and raffled them before we landed. Some of the passengers made all sorts of toys out of bits of softwood and of course we boys tried our hands at it to. Until we saw the mate with a piece of rope in his hands, as we generally made a little disorder on the clean deck.
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I remember I gave my parents a fright one night. I had fallen asleep in some corner, and father had all hands looking for me with lanterns. I am sure I got a good shaking when found. We had Christmas on board ship. I remember watching the sailors stoning raisins for the pudding. I am sure they enjoyed the change after being so long on a salt pork and hard biscuits diet.
We were 90 days on the voyage. At last we rounded the North Cape, and passed the Three Kings Islands. When we got within a few miles of Auckland, instead of employing a tug, our captain tacked backwards and forwards up the narrow harbour.
One of the sailors named "Scotty" was good at singing shanties, and when we got within a few chains of the shore, all hands passengers as well, hauled on the ropes, and around came the yards, and we off on another tack. We boys were of course on the end of the ropes, and when the signal came to pull we went head over heels. I'll never forget it.
" The Waitemata harbour, where we landed, is one of the most beautiful in the world".
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Kate Dowling [nee CORBETT] gave birth to a daughter Sarah Ellen Dowling on the 16th December 1874 on board Diharrie at sea. She also lost her husband Martin DOWLING and son James DOWLING buried at sea in mid Atlantic on the voyage. Sarah Ellen died 30th April 1875. Kate married Robert Campbell four months later. There was a Robert Campbell of the correct age also a passenger on the voyage of the Dilharree.
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After 3 months living in Auckland the Henry family moved on to Australia and settled in Gippsland Victoria.
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THE DILHAREE:
Originally a full-rigged ship built for trooping to India, the DILHAREE, a composite-built vessel of 1293 tons, was rigged as a barque, when it came to New Zealand in 1874 and 1875 under Captain R. McNeilly. She was a well-found craft, and was pronounced admirably suited for carrying immigrants, as she had very roomy accommodation, having been built for a troopship. She belonged to Messrs. J. Lidgett and Sons, London. The first port she visited in New Zealand was Lyttleton. Leaving Plymouth on December 12, 1873, with 300 immigrants and 15 cabin passengers, she made Lyttleton on March 11, 1874, a passage of 89 days.
On January 16, 1875, she arrived at Auckland from London, the passage having taken 105 days from the docks, or 93 from the Lizard. On this occasion she brought out 375 Government immigrants. While becalmed for several days early in November off the Cape Verde Islands the ship had plenty of company, there being no less than sixteen other sailing vessels within sight.
The fleet of John Lidgett of London was very well known in the Colonies during the late seventies. Most of his early ships were composite built, to the highest class, by Thames-side firms whose very names are now forgotten.
They were intended for trooping to India and five of them had Hindustani names beginning with DIL, the word for "heart" - the DILHAREE, for instance, meaning "Heart's Delight". John Lidgett was a very strict Methodist and he acted up to his religion. His ships were well found, his men were well treated and his officers were paid the highest rate of wages and a bit over. When the trooping to India was taken from sailing ships, John Lidgett put his ships into the booming emigrant trade to Australia and New Zealand.
The smallest ship in the fleet was the DILPUSSUND 625 tons, built in 1864 by Lungley of London; then came the DILKHOOSH, 816 tons, built in the same year and the COLUMBUS of 744 tons built in 1865. The rest of the ships built in 1865 were 1200 tons and over; these were DILAWUR, DILBITUR, DILHAREE and MICHAEL ANGELO. The little COLUMBUS made a very fast voyage to Dunedin in 1874, but the MICHAEL ANGELO, built by Connell, was probably the clipper of the fleet.
In 1873 she went out to Port Chalmers in 88 days and in 1875 to Nelson from London Docks in 81 days. John Lidgett began selling his smaller ships in the early eighties and the first to go was the DILHAREE which was lost about 1879-80.
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DILHARREE WRECKED
The Dilharree a British bark, 1,293 tons, met disaster while outbound from the Columbia bar in tow of two bar tugs. She carried a full grain cargo from Portland destined for Queenstown, N.S.W. In transit, the bark veered toward the shore and ran aground on the tip of Peacock Spit, March 10, 1880.
The two tugs and a revenue cutter tried in vain to pull her to safety, but under her heavy load the vessel refused to oblige. The crew abandoned, and after a narrow escape in the boats was rescued. The composite vessel was valued at $65,000 and the cargo at $78,00O. The respective skippers of the tugs were exonerated of blame when it was learned that the bark had failed to answer to her helm after the steering mechanism became jammed.
The vessel was owned by John Lidgett, of London, and all the ships of his fleet had name prefixes beginning with Dil, a hindustania word meaning heart. The name Dilharree, for instance, meant Heart's Delight. James Gibbs, Pacific Graveyard. Portland: Binfords and Mort, 1950, p. 153-190.

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

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From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 26 May 2000 23:13
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin DOWLING b abt 1849

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin DOWLING b abt 1849.

Martin DOWLING marr Kate CORBETT 1871 son William Patrick born 4 Jun 1872 Waterford City. Family emigrated to New Zealand with Roger CORBETT'S family in 1875.

The entry was posted by: ivand@orcon.co.nz
 
Dowling, Martin (I3989)
 
308 ----------------------------------------Original Message-------------------------------
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 26 May 2000 23:13 - To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin DOWLING b abt 1849
A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin DOWLING b abt 1849.
Martin DOWLING marr Kate CORBETT 1871 son William Patrick born 4 Jun 1872 Waterford City. Family emigrated to New Zealand with Roger CORBETT'S family in 1875.
The entry was posted by: ivand@orcon.co.nz
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This person may be identical to William Patrick Dowling, tailor, who was a North Auckland sports cyclist during th 1890's and mentioned in Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Auckland Provincial District].

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

----------------------------------------Original Message-------------------------------
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 26 May 2000 23:13
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin DOWLING b abt 1849

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin DOWLING b abt 1849.

Martin DOWLING marr Kate CORBETT 1871 son William Patrick born 4 Jun 1872 Waterford City. Family emigrated to New Zealand with Roger CORBETT'S family in 1875.

The entry was posted by: ivand@orcon.co.nz
 
Dowling, Patrick William (I3991)
 
309 --------------------------------------Original Message-----------------------------------
From: Adrian Dowling [mailto:adrian.dowling@zoom.co.uk]
Sent: 27 July 2000 20:32
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Terence M Dowling

Hello Brian,

You may recall that I contacted you a couple of months ago regarding my Great-grandfather, William Edmund Dowling.
Well so far I haven't made any headway tracing the marriage certificate.

However, the reason for writing to you again, is that this evening I had a call out of the blue from a man called Mr Ralli, who lives quite close to me in Sandwich.

He has been contacted by a firm of probate solicitors in Belfast, who are trying to trace descendants or relations of Terence M Dowling, who is the son of Winifred Alice Dowling.

Mr Ralli is the son of Winifred's sister, and he can recall visiting relatives in Ramsgate when he was young, which he assumes was his aunt Winifred. He found my number in the 'phone book and thought that I might be related, but unfortunately for him I am not. I felt that as you used to live in Ramsgate, I thought the there may be some connection with your family.

If you wish, you can contact the solicitors at

Inwood, Garrett & Stone Ltd, 56, Bradbury Place, Belfast, N. Ireland BT7 1RU (028) 9024 1412

If you would like to speak to Mr Ralli for more details, his number is 01304 611355

I know that these people are not related to me, and they may not feature in your family history, but I am sure that you will have more information to offer than I have. Who knows, there may even be an inheritance involved!

Hope to speak to you soon, regards, Adrian
... Additional note:
I spoke to Mr Ralli (of greek descent Greek), Winnifred's surname was Williams and married a Dowling. Her sister was Esme Williams who marrried a Ralli. He believed that Terrance is probably dead but emigrated to 8 Southgate Road, Wellington, New Zealand. - Brian Dowling
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Dowling, Terrence M (I4062)
 
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From: J.E. Rich [mailto:4rich@sympatico.ca]
Sent: 12 April 2000 19:38
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Michael Dowling-Canada

Hello Brian, My Michael Dowling (B:1816 D: Aug. 9, 1874) was reportedly
born in the County of Kildare, Ireland. According to the book "History
of Brant County" he came here "shortly before the Rebellion" and settled
in Onondaga Township. He married Mary Whiting (B:1825 D: 5 Sept. 1895)
dau. of the farm on which he worked. The book reported that Michael came
here with his mother, his father having died in Ireland. Apparently
Michael "matured" in Dublin.
I am a novice and have not been able to find any more information about
Michael. I thought you might like to add him to your records.
 
(I3906)
 
311 ---------------------------------Original Message--------------------
From: Joe Dowling [mailto:dowlingjg@netscape.net]
Sent: 16 June 2000 12:28
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk Subject: Saw your site

Hello Brian,

My name is Joe Dowling, living in London, UK. I am originally from Mountmellick, Co. Laois, thelatest in a line of Joe (Joseph) Dowlings. Some years ago my mother did some researh into our ancestors so, if you are interested, I can provide you with some of that research - it may or may not be relevant.
My father's uncle, a Gus Dowling, taught at Paddock school outside Mountrath.
He died either during the late 1950's or early 1960's.
My father's cousin, another Joe Dowling, taught at the same school and is now retired, living in Castletown, outside Mountrath.
That's all I can recall from memory. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Regards - Joe Dowling
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Dowling, Augustine (I4022)
 
312 ---------------------------------Original Message---------------------------
From: fsois151sr [mailto:fsois151sr@email.msn.com]
Sent: 12 January 2001 17:05
To: Brian Dowling
Cc: CASTLEMACNY@aol.com
Subject: Re: Dowling Reply

Brian:

My father was John Sylvester Dowling, born 8/6/1905.

My Grandfather, who I believe was Sylvester, died prior to my father's birth. Information is sketchy. My Grandmother, first name Mary died, late 1930's or early 40's in Astoria, NYC, NY. My memory of her is limited. Per my brother, my Grandmother was a nurse, but worked for the Mayor of NYC, either as a cook or housekeeper. Circa unknown. All searches for either are negative.

Per my father, my Grandmother's family had property called O'Lawlor's (or O'lawler's) Mill around Wicklow area.

My father had several siblings, Thomas, the oldest, Joseph, James, plus sisters Mary and Julia.

Marriage of Grandparents, either date or location unknown.

I set up a family page called "dowling's of astoria, NY". Now have to figure out how to navigate there.

I may try using the given name for my Grandfather of Thomas, since that was the first born name. Sylvester might be Great grandfather's name.

More to follow later as I become more able in the software.

John T. Dowling 
Lawlor, Mary (I601)
 
313 --------------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: Jane Lyons [mailto:jlyons1@iol.ie]
Sent: 22 June 2000 12:28
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: The Nation

The first edition of 'The Nation' was published on 15th October 1842....

There has never been published in this, or any other country, a journal, which was imbued with higher ideals of nationality, which attracted such a brilliant band of writers in prose and verse, which inspired such widespread enthusiasm, or which exercised a greater influence over al classes of its readers, which after a time included every section of the community.

The Nation preached a nobler and more self-sacrificing Gospel of Nationality than Irishmen and women had been accustomed to hear for many years.

It sought, not only to disinfect the political life of the country, but to raise the whole standard of national self- respect based on the inalienable right of people to guard their own destinies; to inculcate a sentiment of pride in Ireland and everything Irish -in our history, legends, language and literature; in our music and in our art; in our magnificent contributions to the culture and civilisation of other countries; in our sacred ruins scattered throughout the land and in lonely islands off our coasts, silently preaching silent sermons on Irish sanctity, learning and foreign rapacity; in our heroic struggle for Freedom throughout the ages; in the brilliant achievements of our soldiers on the continent of Europe and in America, where they helped the oppressed colonists to achieve their independence - and it strove to regenerate the motherland intellectually, spiritually, socially and nationally.

The Nation was a great educational agency - the greatest that ever was conducted from a newspaper office in Ireland. "It wound itself into the fibre of the Irish heart" - quote Sir Charles Gavan Duffy - one of the three founders of the Nation - "The poor peasants clubbed their pence that they might hear on their only day of rest what they could do for the Cause; the young tradesmen to whom it had become almost as necessary as their daily bread, clung to it. The Conservative students enjoyed it as a stolen pleasure, trembling to be caught in an act of Patriotism; the Irish exiles in England or France, or felling forests in Canada, or digging railways in the Western Republic, who still longed like their predecessors two generations earlier, to hear, 'how was old Ireland, and how did she stand'; the poor Irish soldier who stole into q secret place with his treasure; the young priest who judged it with his own brain and conscience, not by the word of command, cherished it the more for the dangers that it ran"

In inspiring prose and soul-stirring verse the great epic events in Ireland's history and distinguished Irish people who had achieved fame in all walks of life - saints, sculptors, authors, scholars, national leaders, martyrs, dramatists, novelists, orators and wits were made familiar to Irish people.

Irish antiquities were invested with a new interest. Crumbling shrines were once more filed with holy men and saintly women and the clash of arms and fierce battle cries were heard again on many battlefields long since the graveyards of brave men - of savage Viking, of armoured knight and of Irish gallowglass. Cairns, beehive cells, cromlechs, Ogham stones and battered castles took on new meaning. Irish history became a fascinating romance, with some dark episodes of foreign tyranny and native treachery.

The nobility of sacrifice in the national interest was preached as a cardinal virtue. The slave mind and the anti-Irish Irishman were held up to contempt and the responsibility of our countrymen for their own enslavement emphasised.

The right to nationhood of a people long submerged industrially, commercially, politically and socially was boldly proclaimed, and the crimes and intrigues of the invader exposed. At the same time, it was pointed out that the people should make themselves fit for freedom, and that they had duties to discharge, one to the other, and all to the nation, as well as rights to gain. Every phase of Irish life was critically examined and remedies suggested where weaknesses were revealed.

Above all, the Nation brought a message of hope and encouragement to the Irish, taught them self reliance, gave them a higher conception of nationality and urged union of all Irishmen - Catholic, Protestant, Dissenter, Orangeman and Repealer - in order to achieve definite national objectives.

It is not surprising that a paper of such a character should make an earnest appeal to thinking Irishmen and women who had not lost all sense of national self-respect; and that it's appearance wach week should be looked forward to with keenest interest in all parts of the country, and that its influence should be felt in the castle and in the cottage.

Barry O'Brien biographer of Parnell and of Lord Russell of Killowen stated that "The articles in prose and verse revealed fervent, well informed and high minded patriotism which captivated Ireland. They recalled memories which made our people proud of their country and filled them with detestation of the power which had destroyed its freedom"

Lecky in his 'Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland' wrote, "The Nation enthusiastically supported it (the doctrine of Nationality), and great
efforts were made to revive, or strengthen, everything distinctive in Irish Nationality. The old names, which had been anglicised or forgotten, were restored. Irish history, traditions and antiquities were much studied. Historical associations connected with different localities were collected. Davis ardently threw himself into the movement for teaching and diffusing the Irish language."

T.W. Rolleston in his Treasury of Irish Poetry said" The Nation poets, inspired, almost recreated, Ireland; and their work still continues to
inspire Irishmen all over the world with its Nationalising spirit. It became impossible after the songs of the Nation were collected and
published, for England or Europe ot America to either forget or ignore the passion for Nationality in the hearts of the Irish.

A.M. Sullivan wrote:
"It was not a newspaper so much as a great popular educator - a counsellor and guide. Its office a sort of bureau of national affairs, political, literary, industrial and artistic, its editorial room was the rendezvous of the 'youthful enthusiasts' as the older school of politicians called them: orators, poets, writers, artists.
----------------------------------Original Message--------------------------------------------
From: Jane Lyons [mailto:jlyons1@iol.ie]
Sent: 22 June 2000 12:25
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Founders & Contributers

The founders of the Nation were three young men - two of whom were Catholics and one a Protestant, but all free from the slightest taint of bigotry and anxious to unite all creeds and classes for the country's welfare. They were Charles Gavan Duffy who became editor; Thomas Osborne Davis and John Blake Dillon.

The contributors in addition to the founders included
Clarence Mangan, Denis Florence McCarthy, Father C. P. Meehan, Father John Kenyon, Thomas Francis Meagher, William Smith O'Brien M.P., William Carleton, Denny Lane, Thomas MacNevin, John Mitchel, Richard Dalton Williams, Michael Doheny, Martin MacDermott, John Thomas campion, Thomas D'Arcy Mcgee, John O'Hagan, Michael Joseph Barry, Michael Joseph McCann, John Kells Ingram, Edward Walsh, John Keegan, William Drennan, John Cashel Hoey, Dr. R. R. Madden, James Fintan Lalor, Father P. O'Brien Davern, James McBurney, Thomas Devin Reilly, John Edward Pigot, Arthur Gerald Geoghegan, John Fisher Murray, John Walsh, J.D. Frazer, William Pembroke Mulchinock, John Cornelius O'callaghan, W. J. O'Neill Daunt

Bartholomew Dowling

Hugh Harkin, K.T. Buggy, Charles Kickham, Dr. Robert Dwyer Joyce, Terence Macmahon Hughes, And others....

O'Donovan and O'Curry the Irish scholars became subscribers to the journals from the start and co operated with Davis in presenting to the public the correct spelling of Irish names which had been changed.

Samuel Ferguson who founded the Protestant Repeal Association came to sympathise with the aims of the journal. William Elliot Hudson provided suitable airs for a number of the lyrics from the Nation when they were published in book form.

Women also contributed:
Jane Francesca Elgee: Lady Wilde (mother of Oscar Wilde), Elizabeth Willoughby Treacy, Mary Eva Kelly, Ellen Mary Patrick Downing.
------------------------
Ends
 
Dowling, Bartholomew (I4027)
 
314 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com 
Dowling, John (I608)
 
315 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com
-----Original Message-----
From: hiflyte [mailto:hiflyte@telus.net]
Sent: 25 November 2003 03:40
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LAOIS] Doolings in Queens

Eddy,

REF; BIVRI #2 disks from LDS
Here are the births from Ballickmoyler in Queens. None are your names or
dates but may give a lead to other members of the family. Also includes the Dowling name, which is picked up by the program.

Hope it helps you with your research. Bob Cdn.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
DOWLING, Thomas Birth
Gender; Male
Birth Date; 8 Feb 1875. Birthplace; Ballickmoyler, Queens, Ire.
Recorded in; Queens, Ireland
Collection; Civil Registration
Father; Lawrence DOWLING
Mother; Mary MOORE
Source; FHL Film 255923. Dates; 1874 - 1875 
Dowling, Thomas (I609)
 
316 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com 
Dowling, Anne (I610)
 
317 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com 
Dowling, Anastasia (I611)
 
318 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com 
Dowling, Margaret (I612)
 
319 -------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com 
Dowling, James (I613)
 
320 --------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
-------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com
 
Dowling, Lawrence (I3762)
 
321 --------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
-------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com
 
Dowling, Michael (I4040)
 
322 --------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
-------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com
 
Dowling, William (I4042)
 
323 --------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
 
Moore, John (I4043)
 
324 --------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen

-----Original Message-----
From: hiflyte [mailto:hiflyte@telus.net] Sent: 25 November 2003 03:40
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [LAOIS] Doolings in Queens

Eddy,
REF; BIVRI #2 disks from LDS
Here are the births from Ballickmoyler in Queens. None are your names or dates but may give a lead to other members of the family. Also includes the Dowling name, which is picked up by the program. Hope it helps you with your research. Bob Cdn.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
DOWLING, William Birth
Gender; Male. Birth Date; 29 May 1870. Birthplace; 508, Ballickmoyler, Queens, Ire
Recorded in; Queens, Ireland Collection; Civil Registration
Father; Laurence DOWLING Mother; Mary MOORE
Source; FHL Film 101207 Dates; 1870 - 1871 
Dowling, William (I4044)
 
325 -------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
 
Moore, Mary (I4041)
 
326 -------------------------Original Message---------------------------------------------
From: cbdtogether [mailto:cbdtogether@email.msn.com]
Sent: 10 September 2000 18:28
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: family reunion or family history

Hello, I'm writing in hopes that maybe you have information on a portion of my tree. I know a small portion of my history fom my father Richard L. Dowling to his father James Dowling and James Elizabeth. We live in Manhattan Kansas and there is only a few Dowlings that I know of. Here is a list that I know:
James Dowling Mary Elizabeth

Greg, Patricia, Richard, Custis
(deceased)
Brian, Christy Angie, Travis

Austin, Taylor
I would also like to know if you have any information on any family reunions. I would like to learn more about my heritage so I could pass it on to my children so that they will do the same.
-----Original Message-----
From: cbdtogether [mailto:cbdtogether@email.msn.com]
Sent: 18 September 2000 03:26
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: Re: family reunion or family history

Thank you for responding to the message sent I will do a little more searching to find more information to help with the search or alittle more information to help me.

Thanks Again Brian Dowling
 
Dowling, Richard L (I4164)
 
327 ------------------------Original Message---------------------------
From: Graham and Dianne DOWLING [mailto:dowlo@pnc.com.au]
Sent: 11 October 2000 18:39
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling Family Tree

G'Day Brian,

I came across your Home Page on the family tree maker site and I was wondering if you were still researching the Dowling Line.

I am a Dowling by marriage and have been doing reseach on my husbands' family line, but have unfortunately come to a dead-end.

I am researching the whereabouts of the family of Margaret PHELAN, born in Ireland approx.1840. My husbands Great Grandmother, she had a son on the 21st December,1863, called Thomas Jones PHELAN born at Bodalla, New South Wales.
So how she came to be in Australia I don't know. Her parents were Thomas PHELAN and Margaret COGHLAN.

Margaret married George DOWLING ( a miner) on the 15th August,1868 at Araluen, New South Wales. His parents were Robert DOWLING and Mary BROWN. 20

I believe George Dowling came from County Leix in Ireland but have not found anything to confirm this.

If these Phelans or Dowlings resemble any on your lists I would be most happy to hear from you.

My e-mail address is dowlo@pnc.com.au Regards, Dianne Dowling 
Dowling, George (I4269)
 
328 ------------------------Original Message----------------------------------
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 14 May 2000 05:29
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Dowlings in St. Catherines, Canada

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Dowlings in St. Catherines, Canada.

Searching for information on Patrick and Kate McAsee Dowling. Daughter Margaret born in St. Catherines in 1850 or 1852: married Thomas J. Brennan in 1872.

The entry was posted by: kkmbrennan@juno.com
 
Dowling, Margaret (I3973)
 
329 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Peter Sheen (I6315)
 
330 -----------------------Original Message-----------------------------
From: Michael Brennan [mailto:michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk]
Sent: 27 August 2000 17:57
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: Ardateggle, Co. Laois. IRL

Hi James

Thanks for your reply.

What part of the Globe are you living in?

It just so happens one of my Aunts was a Lock Keeper on the River Barrow and my cousin may be able to help with the info that you want also a Video of the programme if it is available on the market.

These are all the Motley/Dowling's listed on the Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, 1850-52

Motley, James County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Motley, John County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Motley, Margaret County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Motley, Michael County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Motley, William County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Dowling, Bridget County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Dowling, John County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Dowling, Michael County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Dowling, Patrick County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Dowling, William County : Laois/Leix/Queens
Parish : Killeshin
Location : Ardateggle

Do you have any dates for the Dowling's i.e.; Birth dates or Death dates. I have a number of Dowling's listed in a book called 'Gravestone Inscriptions for Killeshin' ( and other graveyards in the Killeshin Parish) by Paul Redmond N.T. It was published in May 1997 by J.P.F. PRINT, Stradbally, Co. Laois. IRL Tel: 00 353 502 25326. As far as I know this book is still available at any good book shop in Carlow Town such as Chapter 2 Bookshop, 96 Tullow Street, Carlow. IRL. Tel: 00 353 503 31674

Also researching the following members of my family: Moran, Brennan, Bulger/Bolger, Lawler/Lalor/Lawlor, Kelly, Kavanagh, McDonald, in the Counties of Leix, Dublin & Meath, Ireland also looking for Alstead and Stanley in Yorkshire England.

Michael Brennan Kent England Home: michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk

-------------------------------- Original Message ---------------------------------
From: James A Whelan
To: Michael Brennan
Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2000 6:33 PM
Subject: Re: Ardateggle, Co. Laois. IRL

Hi Michael

I understand send mail to Killeshin Carlow for it to be sent to Holy Cross Killeshine Laois.My grandmother Anne Motley was born in Killeshin To John Motley and Anne Dowling they all came to Elizabeth, N.J. along with my grandmother's siblings and her uncle Patrick Dowling. there was also a Michael Dowling from that area a relative who was on the run as he continued fighting after 1922.
Do you have any knowledge of Barge People on the Barrow River in Carlow My grandfather Michael Whelan was Born in England on their barge(probably a coal barge)which travelled fr Ire. to Engl.Ere tv had a documentary about the Barrow river barges early this year and I would love to purchase it if it is for sale. Do you have any suggestions?
Jim
 
Dowling, Anne (I4150)
 
331 -----------------------Posting to local-ancestors@lists.local.ie------------------------------

Dear Francis;

My name is Eileen (Carey). My maternal grandfather was John Dowling of the parish of Freshford, in the barony of Cranagh, county of Kilkenny, and province of Leinster, Ireland and immigrated to New York in 1916.
My mother married a "Carey". My Grandpa Dowling discouraged this union, telling my mother that the Carey's were "snitches" for the English and traitors.
My maternal grandfather disliked my paternal grandfather for this very reason. Of course, being Americanized, we thought this was a silly rumor until I happen to recently mention this to a geneologist. This was her response: "Yes, it's true that there was a man named Carey who evidently was accused of giving information to the English about the Easter assault in Dublin back in the 1920s. Of course, by that time our ancestors named Carey had moved on to U.S.("when the going gets tough, the tough get going")so one can only assume that the "Carey" who acted less than honorably during the Easter Rising must have been from a less wise branch of the clan than ours:" Needless to say, we were shocked ! and relieved. Shocked when we realized my grandpa Dowling was right! And relieved, for we knew that our Carey Clan was not the Carey who was involved since our Carey Clan came to America in 1841 way before
this horrible act.

It's ironic however that the Dowling side of us was geneologically easy to find but the Carey side of us ... is like digging for gold and finding nuttin' !
hmmmmm. Have a great day.! Eileen
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Dowling, John (I4007)
 
332 -----------------------Posting to local-ancestors@lists.local.ie------------------------------

Dear Francis;

My name is Eileen (Carey). My maternal grandfather was John Dowling of the parish of Freshford, in the barony of Cranagh, county of Kilkenny, and province of Leinster, Ireland and immigrated to New York in 1916.
My mother married a "Carey". My Grandpa Dowling discouraged this union, telling my mother that the Carey's were "snitches" for the English and traitors.
My maternal grandfather disliked my paternal grandfather for this very reason. Of course, being Americanized, we thought this was a silly rumor until I happen to recently mention this to a geneologist. This was her response: "Yes, it's true that there was a man named Carey who evidently was accused of giving information to the English about the Easter assault in Dublin back in the 1920s. Of course, by that time our ancestors named Carey had moved on to U.S.("when the going gets tough, the tough get going")so one can only assume that the "Carey" who acted less than honorably during the Easter Rising must have been from a less wise branch of the clan than ours:" Needless to say, we were shocked ! and relieved. Shocked when we realized my grandpa Dowling was right! And relieved, for we knew that our Carey Clan was not the Carey who was involved since our Carey Clan came to America in 1841 way before
this horrible act.

It's ironic however that the Dowling side of us was geneologically easy to find but the Carey side of us ... is like digging for gold and finding nuttin' !
hmmmmm. Have a great day.! Eileen
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Dowling, Florence Catherine Elizabeth (I4008)
 
333 -----------------------Posting to local-ancestors@lists.local.ie------------------------------

Dear Francis;

My name is Eileen (Carey). My maternal grandfather was John Dowling of the parish of Freshford, in the barony of Cranagh, county of Kilkenny, and province of Leinster, Ireland and immigrated to New York in 1916.
My mother married a "Carey". My Grandpa Dowling discouraged this union, telling my mother that the Carey's were "snitches" for the English and traitors.
My maternal grandfather disliked my paternal grandfather for this very reason. Of course, being Americanized, we thought this was a silly rumor until I happen to recently mention this to a geneologist. This was her response: "Yes, it's true that there was a man named Carey who evidently was accused of giving information to the English about the Easter assault in Dublin back in the 1920s. Of course, by that time our ancestors named Carey had moved on to U.S.("when the going gets tough, the tough get going")so one can only assume that the "Carey" who acted less than honorably during the Easter Rising must have been from a less wise branch of the clan than ours:" Needless to say, we were shocked ! and relieved. Shocked when we realized my grandpa Dowling was right! And relieved, for we knew that our Carey Clan was not the Carey who was involved since our Carey Clan came to America in 1841 way before
this horrible act.

It's ironic however that the Dowling side of us was geneologically easy to find but the Carey side of us ... is like digging for gold and finding nuttin' !
hmmmmm. Have a great day.! Eileen
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Carey, Raymond John (I4009)
 
334 -----------------------Posting to local-ancestors@lists.local.ie------------------------------

Dear Francis;

My name is Eileen (Carey). My maternal grandfather was John Dowling of the parish of Freshford, in the barony of Cranagh, county of Kilkenny, and province of Leinster, Ireland and immigrated to New York in 1916.
My mother married a "Carey". My Grandpa Dowling discouraged this union, telling my mother that the Carey's were "snitches" for the English and traitors.
My maternal grandfather disliked my paternal grandfather for this very reason. Of course, being Americanized, we thought this was a silly rumor until I happen to recently mention this to a geneologist. This was her response: "Yes, it's true that there was a man named Carey who evidently was accused of giving information to the English about the Easter assault in Dublin back in the 1920s. Of course, by that time our ancestors named Carey had moved on to U.S.("when the going gets tough, the tough get going")so one can only assume that the "Carey" who acted less than honorably during the Easter Rising must have been from a less wise branch of the clan than ours:" Needless to say, we were shocked ! and relieved. Shocked when we realized my grandpa Dowling was right! And relieved, for we knew that our Carey Clan was not the Carey who was involved since our Carey Clan came to America in 1841 way before
this horrible act.

It's ironic however that the Dowling side of us was geneologically easy to find but the Carey side of us ... is like digging for gold and finding nuttin' !
hmmmmm. Have a great day.! Eileen
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Private (I4010)
 
335 ---------------------GenForum Messsage----------------------
Tennessee Doolin, Power of Attorney
Posted by: Jean Robison Date: August 26, 1999 at 05:57:17
of 80
E-mail: ajrobison@terraworld.net

Tennessee Doolin
TO Power of Attorney
Wm. Doolin
Know all men by these presents that I Tennessee Doolin, of the township of Van Buren, County of Crawford in the state of Arkansas have made constituted and appointed and by these presents do make constitute and appoint Wm. Doolin to be a true and lawful attorney for me and in my name, place and stead to see and convey all my right, Title and Interest in the eighty acres of land in Johnson County State of Arkansas known as the Mike Doolin land. Giving and granting to my said Attorney full power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requisite and necessary to be done in and about the premises as fully, to all intent and purposes as I might or could do if personally present at the doing hereof with full power of substitution or revocation hereby ratifying and confirming all that he my said Attorney or he substitute may or shall lawfully do, or cause to be done, by virtue hereof.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 4th day of March 1882.
her
Tennessee X Doolin
mark
Witness
N.F Cornelius (?)
J G (?) Montgomery
State of Arkansas
County of Crawford
Be it remembered that on this 4th day of March AD 1882 before the undersigned, a Notary Public within and for the County of Crawford and state of Arkansas personally came Tennessee Doolin who is personally made known to me to be the same person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument of writing, as party thereto, and acknowledged the same to be her voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned

In testimony whereof, I shall hereto set my hand and affix my official seal at my office in Van Buren the day and year first above written.
Lewis Bryan
Notary Public
Filed for record this 21st. day of March 1882
J.M. Thompson Clerk
By. F. S. Pennington D.C.
 
Doolin, William (I3471)
 
336 ---------------------Website: http://www.angelfire.com/ga2/tncoultel -------------------

DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

Email: lcoultel@bellsouth.net
 
Dowling, Thomas (I4045)
 
337 ---------------------Website: http://www.angelfire.com/ga2/tncoultel -------------------

DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

Email: lcoultel@bellsouth.net
 
Dowling, John Dowling (I4051)
 
338 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA. 
Dowling, Thomas William (I3693)
 
339 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA. 
, Mary (I3694)
 
340 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA. 
Dowling, Harry (I3695)
 
341 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA. 
Dowling, Calvin (I3696)
 
342 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA. 
Dowling, Albert (I3697)
 
343 --------------------GenForum Message-----------------
Dowlings of PA
Posted by: Barbara Harrison Date: October 02, 1999 at 17:18:05
E-mail: 105432.2502@compuserve.com

Am looking for the Dowlings, buried in Appenzel PA
Thomas (William) Dowling (w. Maybe Mary) had four children, Harry, Calvin d Sept. 1903
Albert d. Feb., 15 1905 Lottie Dowling who married Michael Miller.
and moved to Trucksville Wilks-Barre PA.
 
Dowling, Lottie (I3698)
 
344 -------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Michael Brennan [mailto:michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk]
Sent: 16 August 2000 15:53
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Kelly of Co.Laois. IRL

I submit the following; I am seeking information regarding the family of my step father, William Kelly who married Lily Brennan. both from Co. Laois. Ireland

Descendants of Thomas Kelly from Co.Laois. IRL

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS KELLY was born 1856 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix. IRL, and died 16 January 1910. He married BRIGIT CARTER.

Children of THOMAS KELLY and BRIGIT CARTER are:
i. ALISE KELLY.
ii. BOB KELLY, married. MARY DOWLING, Killeshin, Carlow. IRL
iii. ELSA KELLY.
iv. MARGARET KELLY.
v. MARTIN KELLY.
vi. PATRICK KELLY, born. 6 November 1885, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died.
2
January 1971, 43 Elizabeth St, Ossining, New York, USA.

Notes for PATRICK KELLY:
Emigrated to America in the 1920/30's and lived at 43 Elizabeth St,
Ossining, NY 10562 USA
Also lived at Crietton House, Harmon on Hudson, New York, USA

2. vii. THOMAS KELLY, born. 17 March 1888, Ardateggle, Co. Laois IRL; died.
24 January 1980, Bayport, NY, USA.
3. viii. WILLIAM KELLY, (My Step Father) born. 10 March 1894, Doonane,
Crittyard, Co. Laois. IRl; died. 17 April 1964, County Hospital,
Portlaoise,
Co. Laois. IRL.
4. ix. ANNIE KELLY, born. 4 November 1901, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died. 4
October 1978, 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. IRL

Generation No. 2

2. THOMAS KELLY was born 17 March 1888 in Ardateggle, Co. Laois, IRL and
died 24 January 1980 in Bayport, NY, USA.

Emigrated to America in the 1920's
He died on 24th January 1980 aged 92 years of age.
He lived in Long Beach for over 50 years.
Held the position of Head Custodian of City Hall of Long Beach, New York
for
40 years. He was appointed to this position by the founder of Long Beach,
Senator Reynolds RIP in 1920 until his retirement in 1960.
Veteran of World War 1.
A member of Knights of Columbus, St. Mary's Holy Name Society
A member of Long Beach Democratic Party
He was buried in Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury, Long Island, NY on Monday
28th January 1980.

3. WILLIAM KELLY was born 10 March 1894 in Doonane, Crittyard, Co. Laois,
IRL, and died 17 April 1964 in County Hospital, Portlaoise, Co. Laois. He
married ELIZABETH (Lily) BRENNAN (My Mother) 20 January 1960 in Sacred
Heart
Church, Arles, Co. Laois. IRL, daughter of THOMAS BRENNAN and MARY MORAN.

Buried in Mayo graveyard Co. Laois, IRL. the headstone has fallen over on
it's face.

4. ANNIE KELLY was born 4 November 1901 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix, and died
4
October 1978 in 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. She married DAVID REID.
MCFARLANE 1939 in Belfast, NI, son of ALEXANDER MCFARLANE and SUSAN REID.

She was working in Oak Park in 1936, Carlow, IRL when she met her husband
David McFarlane.

Child of ANNIE KELLY and DAVID MCFARLANE is:
6. i. DAVID MCFARLANE, born. 24 February 1939, Dublin.

Generation No. 3

5. GERARD KELLY was born in Long Beach, NY, USA. He married MILDRED
DUFFY.

Also researching the following members of my family:
Moran, Brennan, Bulger/Bolger, Lawler/Lalor/Lawlor, Kelly, Kavanagh,
McDonald, in the Counties of Leix, Dublin & Meath, Ireland also looking for
Alstead and
Stanley in Yorkshire England.

Michael Brennan - Kent England Home: michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk
 
Kelly, William (I4078)
 
345 -------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Michael Brennan [mailto:michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk]
Sent: 16 August 2000 15:53
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Kelly of Co.Laois. IRL

I submit the following; I am seeking information regarding the family of my step father, William Kelly who married Lily Brennan. both from Co. Laois. Ireland

Descendants of Thomas Kelly from Co.Laois. IRL

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS KELLY was born 1856 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix. IRL, and died 16 January 1910. He married BRIGIT CARTER.

Children of THOMAS KELLY and BRIGIT CARTER are:
i. ALISE KELLY.
ii. BOB KELLY, married. MARY DOWLING, Killeshin, Carlow. IRL
iii. ELSA KELLY.
iv. MARGARET KELLY.
v. MARTIN KELLY.
vi. PATRICK KELLY, born. 6 November 1885, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died.
2
January 1971, 43 Elizabeth St, Ossining, New York, USA.

Notes for PATRICK KELLY:
Emigrated to America in the 1920/30's and lived at 43 Elizabeth St,
Ossining, NY 10562 USA
Also lived at Crietton House, Harmon on Hudson, New York, USA

2. vii. THOMAS KELLY, born. 17 March 1888, Ardateggle, Co. Laois IRL; died.
24 January 1980, Bayport, NY, USA.
3. viii. WILLIAM KELLY, (My Step Father) born. 10 March 1894, Doonane,
Crittyard, Co. Laois. IRl; died. 17 April 1964, County Hospital,
Portlaoise,
Co. Laois. IRL.
4. ix. ANNIE KELLY, born. 4 November 1901, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died. 4
October 1978, 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. IRL

Generation No. 2

2. THOMAS KELLY was born 17 March 1888 in Ardateggle, Co. Laois, IRL and
died 24 January 1980 in Bayport, NY, USA.

Emigrated to America in the 1920's
He died on 24th January 1980 aged 92 years of age.
He lived in Long Beach for over 50 years.
Held the position of Head Custodian of City Hall of Long Beach, New York
for
40 years. He was appointed to this position by the founder of Long Beach,
Senator Reynolds RIP in 1920 until his retirement in 1960.
Veteran of World War 1.
A member of Knights of Columbus, St. Mary's Holy Name Society
A member of Long Beach Democratic Party
He was buried in Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury, Long Island, NY on Monday
28th January 1980.

3. WILLIAM KELLY was born 10 March 1894 in Doonane, Crittyard, Co. Laois,
IRL, and died 17 April 1964 in County Hospital, Portlaoise, Co. Laois. He
married ELIZABETH (Lily) BRENNAN (My Mother) 20 January 1960 in Sacred
Heart
Church, Arles, Co. Laois. IRL, daughter of THOMAS BRENNAN and MARY MORAN.

Buried in Mayo graveyard Co. Laois, IRL. the headstone has fallen over on
it's face.

4. ANNIE KELLY was born 4 November 1901 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix, and died
4
October 1978 in 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. She married DAVID REID.
MCFARLANE 1939 in Belfast, NI, son of ALEXANDER MCFARLANE and SUSAN REID.

She was working in Oak Park in 1936, Carlow, IRL when she met her husband
David McFarlane.

Child of ANNIE KELLY and DAVID MCFARLANE is:
6. i. DAVID MCFARLANE, born. 24 February 1939, Dublin.

Generation No. 3

5. GERARD KELLY was born in Long Beach, NY, USA. He married MILDRED
DUFFY.

Also researching the following members of my family:
Moran, Brennan, Bulger/Bolger, Lawler/Lalor/Lawlor, Kelly, Kavanagh,
McDonald, in the Counties of Leix, Dublin & Meath, Ireland also looking for
Alstead and
Stanley in Yorkshire England.

Michael Brennan - Kent England Home: michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk 
Dowling, Mary Ann (I16255)
 
346 -------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Michael Brennan [mailto:michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk] Sent: 16 August 2000 15:53
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Kelly of Co.Laois. IRL

I submit the following; I am seeking information regarding the family of my step father, William Kelly who married Lily Brennan. both from Co. Laois. Ireland

Descendants of Thomas Kelly from Co.Laois. IRL

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS KELLY was born 1856 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix. IRL, and died 16 January 1910. He married BRIGIT CARTER.

Children of THOMAS KELLY and BRIGIT CARTER are:
i. ALISE KELLY.
ii. BOB KELLY, married. MARY DOWLING, Killeshin, Carlow. IRL
iii. ELSA KELLY.
iv. MARGARET KELLY.
v. MARTIN KELLY.
vi. PATRICK KELLY, born. 6 November 1885, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died.
2
January 1971, 43 Elizabeth St, Ossining, New York, USA.

Notes for PATRICK KELLY:
Emigrated to America in the 1920/30's and lived at 43 Elizabeth St,
Ossining, NY 10562 USA
Also lived at Crietton House, Harmon on Hudson, New York, USA

2. vii. THOMAS KELLY, born. 17 March 1888, Ardateggle, Co. Laois IRL; died.
24 January 1980, Bayport, NY, USA.
3. viii. WILLIAM KELLY, (My Step Father) born. 10 March 1894, Doonane,
Crittyard, Co. Laois. IRl; died. 17 April 1964, County Hospital,
Portlaoise,
Co. Laois. IRL.
4. ix. ANNIE KELLY, born. 4 November 1901, Ardateggle. Co. Leix IRL; died. 4
October 1978, 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. IRL

Generation No. 2

2. THOMAS KELLY was born 17 March 1888 in Ardateggle, Co. Laois, IRL and
died 24 January 1980 in Bayport, NY, USA.

Emigrated to America in the 1920's
He died on 24th January 1980 aged 92 years of age.
He lived in Long Beach for over 50 years.
Held the position of Head Custodian of City Hall of Long Beach, New York
for
40 years. He was appointed to this position by the founder of Long Beach,
Senator Reynolds RIP in 1920 until his retirement in 1960.
Veteran of World War 1.
A member of Knights of Columbus, St. Mary's Holy Name Society
A member of Long Beach Democratic Party
He was buried in Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury, Long Island, NY on Monday
28th January 1980.

3. WILLIAM KELLY was born 10 March 1894 in Doonane, Crittyard, Co. Laois,
IRL, and died 17 April 1964 in County Hospital, Portlaoise, Co. Laois. He
married ELIZABETH (Lily) BRENNAN (My Mother) 20 January 1960 in Sacred
Heart
Church, Arles, Co. Laois. IRL, daughter of THOMAS BRENNAN and MARY MORAN.

Buried in Mayo graveyard Co. Laois, IRL. the headstone has fallen over on
it's face.

4. ANNIE KELLY was born 4 November 1901 in Ardateggle. Co. Leix, and died
4
October 1978 in 7 Clonbun, Trim, Co. Meath. She married DAVID REID.
MCFARLANE 1939 in Belfast, NI, son of ALEXANDER MCFARLANE and SUSAN REID.

She was working in Oak Park in 1936, Carlow, IRL when she met her husband
David McFarlane.

Child of ANNIE KELLY and DAVID MCFARLANE is:
6. i. DAVID MCFARLANE, born. 24 February 1939, Dublin.

Generation No. 3

5. GERARD KELLY was born in Long Beach, NY, USA. He married MILDRED
DUFFY.

Also researching the following members of my family:
Moran, Brennan, Bulger/Bolger, Lawler/Lalor/Lawlor, Kelly, Kavanagh,
McDonald, in the Counties of Leix, Dublin & Meath, Ireland also looking for
Alstead and
Stanley in Yorkshire England.

Michael Brennan - Kent England Home: michael@janbren.freeserve.co.uk 
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347 -----------------http://libapp.slnsw.gov.au------------------------
Title : Mr Alec Dowling, secretary, Newcastle Trades' Hall Council, displays soccer jersey presented to him in Moscow
Date of Work : 13/1/1953
Type of Material : Pictures
Physical Description : Photographs - 1 film photonegative (copied from original nitrate photonegative) - 35 mm.
Notes : Published in "Newcastle Morning Herald", p 3.
Main Record : Hood Collection part I : Sydney streets, buildings, people, activities and events, c.1925-1955
Topic : jumpers (clothing)
soccer
trade union officials
Place : Newcastle (N.S.W.)
Name : Dowling, Alec
Citation no. : NCY53/343
Frame no. : Home and Away - 26865
 
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348 ----------------Sheba Cuzzort [ dragoness97@hotmail.com ]
I have found out a little more about my father's father's family.My great grandfather Patrick Doolan came from Ireland he married a woman named Clara Meyers who had been married before and had three girls,Evora Meyers,Lou Meyers,Clara Meyers.After they got married they had one son named Patrick Doolan II born 6-15-1911 died 7-14-1994.Patrick Doolan II married Kate Yenger and had 4 kids,Patrick Doolan III,Kay Ann Brock nee Doolan,Albert Lee Doolan,Dennis Allen Doolan who died at 6 weeks of age from pneumonia.
I got all this info from my aunt Kay Ann and have the numbers of some distant cousins to talk to tomorrow who know more.I really appreciate all your help.For the first time in months I finally feel like IM getting somewhere.At least now I know some names.Thank you for all your help.Who knows.......we may be related somewhere :)

Sincerely, Gwen Cuzzort nee Doolan, Miamisburg,Ohio USA
-------------------------------- Original Message -------------------------------------------
From Sheba Cuzzort [dragoness97@hotmail.com]
Hi Brian!
Im feeling more optimistic everyday! I found out I had a few things wrong.Clara Meyers was married before Patrick,that much I told you,well her husband went out hunting on thanksgiving day and fell on his rifle and accidentally died.At the time she had 4 kids by him :Lou Meyers(female),Annie Meyers,Ida Meyers,and Bill Meyers.She married Patrick and had 3 more kids with him:Patrick Doolan II,Evora Doolan,and Clara Doolan.Lou Meyers has a daughter named Mary Jane McLaughlin and she is working on getting me dates and any info she can,she'll call me next week with her findings.
My aunt Kay found my grandma and grandpa's marriage certificate so I now have the dates on them:
Patrick James Doolan II married Katherine Ellen Yenger June 24,1938 in Newport Kentucky.Patrick Doolan II was born in West Virginia,not sure what city.By the way all the Patrick's were named Patrick James Doolan.
I still havent found out much about my father's mother's side,Catherine Quinn-Bingamon,and Evanston Bingamon.I also cant seem to find anything on my great grandmother Gertrude Yenger.
Do you know a web site where you can look up marriage certificates or anything on record in Ireland that I might look for my great great grandfather? My aunt also told me that Patrick II said his father suposedly left a wife behind in Ireland and might not have divorced her and may have left kids behind also.We dont know about that,its just something grandpa said he heard.My father and his brother are buried in a cemetery not far from here and IM going to try to get out there to see if there are anymore Doolan's in there.From what Ive heard so far it seems that after they came over from Ireland they pretty much settled here in Ohio.
WEll I appreciate any help you can give me youve been great so far! Thank you for taking such an interest in my endeavor.Ive always been proud to be Irish/English and finally tracing it and having real proof means alot to me. Im also native american on my mothers side and supposedly on my fathers side also.I have an uncle larry who "thinks" that my great great grandfather on my dad's mom's side was some kind of tecumseh chief.We dont take too much stock in what uncle larry says tho he used to be a bit of a juicer.......laff.Well nice talking to you once again and talk to you soon.
Thanks Once Again,
Gwen-My friends call me Sheba :)
 
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349 ---------------FamilyHistory.com Posting---------------
Posted by: Bette Dooley Kirchgatter. on 29 Oct 1999
Subject: Richard and Mary Ann Dowling Ire; Pa, Nebr.
Message:
Looking for connection for Richard Dowling b. 1815 Kilkenny, Ire; wife Mary Ann Corrigan, B.1821, Kilkenny Ire; children Joseph, Annie, Richard Jr., Daniel b. 1846, Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Judith b. 1848, Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Robert b. 1850 Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Mary b. 1853, Ballyhale, Kilkenny and then Michael Francis born in Glostershire, Eng. in 1854 on soujourn to America. Went to Penn. and on to Nebr. where his Brother Daniel already was at. E mail at familytree_2000@yahoo.com. Thankx, Bette

From: Liz Kirchgatter
Subject: RE: [LAOIS] Looking for John, Thomas and Jeremiah Dooley from Trumra...
To: "Brian Dowling at Home"
Date: Friday, February 6, 2009, 4:31 PM
Thank you for the response...I also have Dowlings, yet I have found the records of 4 of their children in Kilkenny, but not there oldest two...Daniel and Judith so know they were somewhere before then. My oldest is Richard born 1815, married Mary Ann Corrigan..first son Daniel b. 1846 and then remaining children born Ballyhale, Kilkenny. Next they went in 1851 to Glouchestershire, England and filters in two to America thru the 1860". Other children Judith, Robert, Michael Francis, Mary, Joseph, Richard and Thomas
Now the Dooley's...I have Patrick Dooley (1875) married to Ellen(Helen) Nolan, whose son Jeremiah went to Canada in 1833/35...married there to Anna Begley. We have DNA on the Dooley Cousins website that matches my Jeremiah line that included 37 pt match with a Thomas and a John...says \John was from Trumra, Laois...
Any connections to these folks? Thankx again, Mizz Lizz Dooley Kirchgatter
 
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350 ---------------FamilyHistory.com Posting---------------
Posted by: Bette Dooley Kirchgatter. on 29 Oct 1999
Subject: Richard and Mary Ann Dowling Ire; Pa, Nebr.
Message:
Looking for connection for Richard Dowling b. 1815 Kilkenny, Ire; wife Mary Ann Corrigan, B.1821, Kilkenny Ire; children Joseph, Annie, Richard Jr., Daniel b. 1846, Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Judith b. 1848, Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Robert b. 1850 Ballyhale, Kilkenny; Mary b. 1853, Ballyhale, Kilkenny and then Michael Francis born in Glostershire, Eng. in 1854 on soujourn to America. Went to Penn. and on to Nebr. where his Brother Daniel already was at. E mail at familytree_2000@yahoo.com. Thankx, Bette
 
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Record 18 of 230.
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Title : Lord Selkirk, First Lord of the Admiralty, is met on arrival at Mascot by Rear Admirals Harries and Dowling
Creator : McInnes, Roy
Date of Work : 24 Sep 1958
Type of Material : Pictures
Physical Description : Photographs - 1 photonegative - 10 x 12 cm.
Source : Presented 1988
Main Record : Australian Photographic Agency (APA) Collection : Sydney people, places and events, 1953-1987
Topic : admirals
airports
English people
ministers (government)
passenger terminals
uniforms
Place : Kingsford-Smith Airport (Sydney, N.S.W.)
Name : Australia. Royal Australian Navy
Dowling, Roy Russell, Sir
Great Britain. Admiralty
Harries, David Hugh
Selkirk, Lord
Citation no. : ON 173
Frame no. : Australian Photographic Agency - 05797

Wikipedia - 2019:
Vice Admiral Sir Roy Russell Dowling, KCVO, KBE, CB, DSO (28 May 1901 - 15 April 1969) was a senior commander in the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). He served as Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), the RAN's highest-ranking position, from 1955 until 1959, and as Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC), forerunner of the role of Australia's Chief of the Defence Force, from 1959 until 1961.

Born in northern New South Wales, Dowling entered the Royal Australian Naval College in 1915. After graduating in 1919 he went to sea aboard various Royal Navy and RAN vessels, and later specialised in gunnery. In 1937, he was given command of the sloop HMAS Swan. Following the outbreak of World War II, he saw action in the Mediterranean theatre as executive officer of the Royal Navy cruiser HMS Naiad, and survived her sinking by a German U-boat in March 1942. Returning to Australia, he served as Director of Plans and later Deputy Chief of Naval Staff before taking command of the light cruiser HMAS Hobart in November 1944. His achievements in the South West Pacific earned him the Distinguished Service Order.

Dowling took command of the RAN's first aircraft carrier, HMAS Sydney, in 1948. He became Chief of Naval Personnel in 1950, and Flag Officer Commanding HM Australian Fleet in 1953. Soon after taking up the position of CNS in February 1955, he was promoted to vice admiral and appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath. As CNS he had to deal with shortages of money, manpower and equipment, and with the increasing role of the United States in Australia's defence planning, at the expense of traditional ties with Britain. Knighted in 1957, Dowling was Chairman of COSC from March 1959 until May 1961, when he retired from the military. In 1963 he was appointed a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order and became Australian Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II, serving until his death in 1969.

Pre-war career

Roy Russell Dowling was born on 28 May 1901 in Condong, a township on the Tweed River in northern New South Wales. His parents were sugar cane inspector Russell Dowling and his wife Lily. The youth entered the Royal Australian Naval College (RANC) at Jervis Bay, Federal Capital Territory, in 1915. An underachiever academically, he excelled at sports, and became chief cadet captain before graduating in 1918 with the King's Medal, awarded for "gentlemanly bearing, character, good influence among his fellows and officer-like qualities".[1][2] The following year he was posted to Britain as a midshipman, undergoing training with the Royal Navy and seeing service on HMS Ramillies and HMS Venturous.[3] By January 1923 he was back in Australia, serving aboard the cruiser HMAS Adelaide. He was promoted to lieutenant in March.[4] In April 1924, Adelaide joined the Royal Navy's Special Service Squadron on its worldwide cruise, taking in New Zealand, Canada, the United States, Panama, and the West Indies, before docking in September at Portsmouth, England. There Dowling left the ship for his next appointment, training as a gunnery officer and serving in that capacity at HMS Excellent.[3][5]

After his return to Australia in December 1926, Dowling spent eighteen months on HMAS Platypus and HMAS Anzac, where he continued to specialise in gunnery. In July 1928, he took on an instructional role at the gunnery school in Flinders Naval Depot on Western Port Bay, Victoria. He married Jessie Blanch in Melbourne on 8 May 1930; the couple had two sons and three daughters.[1][6] Jessie accompanied him on his next posting to Britain commencing in January 1931. He was promoted to lieutenant commander on 15 March, and was appointed gunnery officer on the light cruiser HMS Colombo in May. Dowling returned to Australia in January 1933, and was appointed squadron gunnery officer aboard the heavy cruiser HMAS Canberra that April.[1][4] The ship operated mainly within Australian waters over the next two years.[7] In July 1935, Dowling took charge of the gunnery school at Flinders Naval Depot. He was promoted to commander on 31 December 1936.[1][4] The following month, he assumed command of the newly commissioned Grimsby-class sloop HMAS Swan, carrying out duties in the South West Pacific.[8] Completing his tenure on Swan in January 1939, he was briefly assigned to the Navy Office, Melbourne, before returning to Britain in March for duty at HMS Pembroke, where he awaited posting aboard the yet-to-be-commissioned anti-aircraft cruiser, HMS Naiad.[4]

World War II

Dowling became executive officer on HMS Naiad when the ship was commissioned in 1940. Following service with the British Home Fleet, the cruiser transferred to the Mediterranean Station in May 1941, where she took part in the Battle of Crete.[1][6] She was involved in action against German torpedo boats on the night of 20/21 May. On 22 May, after engaging a German destroyer with HMAS Perth, Naiad was severely damaged by air attack.[9] Following repairs, she became flagship of the 15th Cruiser Squadron and conducted shore bombardments in support of Allied troops during the Syrian campaign in June and July.[10] She also escorted convoys resupplying Malta. In December, Naiad participated in the First Battle of Sirte against Italian naval forces. On 11 March 1942, she was torpedoed by a German U-boat off the Egyptian coast, and sank in just over twenty minutes.[1] Dowling remained in the water for an hour and a half before being rescued by a destroyer.[11]

Having survived Naiad's sinking, Dowling returned to Australia and was appointed Director of Plans at the Navy Office in July 1942.[1] In September the following year he was made Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS) and raised to acting captain; his rank became substantive in June 1944.[2][6] As DCNS, he was involved in planning the post-war Navy's composition, which for the first time was to include aircraft carriers.[1] He defined the functions of maritime power in October 1943 as:[12]

(i) Maintenance of our lines of sea communications,
(ii) Destruction of the enemy's lines of sea communications,
(iii) Attack on the enemy's strategic positions in combined operations with Army and Air Force,
(iv) Defence of our bases.

In November 1944, Dowling was given command of the light cruiser HMAS Hobart, which had been undergoing repair and refit in Sydney since being torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the Solomons on 20 July 1943.[3][13] Dowling took her on her shakedown cruise to Melbourne on 30 December, before embarking for the South West Pacific Area in February 1945. The following month, Hobart supported the US forces that recaptured Cebu during the liberation of the Philippines.[14][15] She bombarded Tarakan Island prior to the Allied invasion on 1 May and, later that month, covered the Australian 6th Division's operations at Wewak.[16][17] The cruiser supported the Allied landings on Brunei in June, and on Balikpapan in July.[18][19] For his "outstanding courage, skill and initiative" during these operations, Dowling was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO), gazetted on 6 November 1945.[2][20]

Post-war career

Dowling joined the Australian contingent at the surrender of Japan in Tokyo Bay on 2 September 1945. Following the cessation of hostilities, Hobart became flagship of HM Australian Squadron, and Dowling flag captain and chief of staff to Commodore John Collins, the squadron commander.[1][21] The war had taken a toll on Dowling's health, and he required leave before commencing his next appointment in May 1946 as Director of Ordnance, Torpedoes and Mines at the Navy Office.[1][2] Rear Admiral James Goldrick, in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, observed that Dowling "was thrust into the highest positions of the RAN largely as a result of the heavy casualties of World War II". When John Armstrong-the only similarly qualified and more senior Navy captain-was pronounced unfit for seagoing duty, Dowling was given the chance to command Australia's first aircraft carrier, HMAS Sydney, commissioned in England on 16 December 1948. In April the following year, two months after the ship's belated acceptance into service due to teething troubles, Dowling embarked Sydney for Australia with two squadrons of fighters aboard.[1][22] In June 1950, he was promoted to commodore and appointed Second Naval Member and Chief of Naval Personnel, serving in this capacity until the end of 1952. His term coincided with the outbreak of the Korean War, and resultant increased demands on manpower.[1][3] Dowling was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1953 New Year Honours, before travelling to London to attend the Imperial Defence College.[3][23] Raised to rear admiral in July 1953, he returned home to take up the post of Flag Officer Commanding HM Australian Fleet that December, serving through the following year. He had to preside over cutbacks to operations brought on by government stringency after the end of the Korean War.[1][3]

On 24 February 1955, Dowling succeeded Vice Admiral Sir John Collins as First Naval Member, Australian Commonwealth Naval Board, and Chief of Naval Staff (CNS).[24] He was promoted to vice admiral on 7 June, and appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) in the Queen's Birthday Honours two days later.[25][26] On 15 June, he joined fellow chiefs of staff Lieutenant General Henry Wells and Air Marshal John McCauley, Prime Minister Robert Menzies, and senior government members in approving a draft directive for the role of the Far East Strategic Reserve (FESR); this made Commonwealth forces available for the fight against communist insurgents in Malaya, as well as for the security of Malaya and Singapore against external aggression.[27] The Navy's contribution to the FESR was to be at least two destroyers or frigates on an ongoing basis, as well as a yearly visit by an aircraft carrier. The destroyers HMAS Arunta and HMAS Warramunga, already in the region on an exercise, were immediately committed, and Dowling flew to Singapore to personally announce the plan and the reasons for it to the ships' crews.[28]

Dowling was an early advocate for the establishment of an Australian submarine fleet; in 1963, after several false starts, the first of six Oberon-class submarines was ordered.[1][29] As part of a general Western trend that viewed with alarm the increasing capability of the Soviet Navy's surface fleet, Dowling also worked to improve the offensive power of the Fleet Air Arm. In March 1956, he went so far as proposing purchase of nuclear weaponry for the RAN's De Havilland Sea Venoms. During much of Dowling's remaining time as CNS, faced with the obsolescence of HMAS Sydney and in accordance with its two-carrier policy, the Navy tried unsuccessfully to acquire a new and larger aircraft carrier to augment HMAS Melbourne.[30] Believing in the maintenance of traditionally close ties between the RAN and the Royal Navy, he worked to coordinate his policies as CNS with those of Britain's First Sea Lord, Earl Mountbatten.[1][3] Taking into account the provisions of the ANZUS treaty and the absence of suitable supplies from Britain, the RAN began to turn reluctantly towards the United States in terms of strategy and equipment,[3] as Dowling explained to Mountbatten:

We now find ourselves at the crossroads because we very much doubt whether the United Kingdom can provide us with what we want in the future. We have no wish to become Americans but there is a strong belief in this country that the sensible course of action for Australians is to acquire war equipment from the United States now. Our very telling reason is of course that, certainly in a global war, our salvation in the Pacific will depend chiefly on the aid of that country. For that we are not less loyal members of the Empire.[31]

Other issues facing the RAN during Dowling's term as CNS were its relegation-since the beginning of the 1950s-to third place behind the other armed forces in terms of Federal budget allocations, its replacement by the RAAF as the country's first line of defence, and a shortage of manpower. Dowling himself considered "separation from families, lack of houses, over employment, high wages and overtime payment in civvie street" as the causes for the Navy's inability to attract and retain personnel; the Allison Report in 1958 resulted in various improvements to service conditions, which helped reduce wastage.[32] The RANC had moved to Flinders Naval Depot in 1930, and Dowling was pleased to be able to oversee its return to Jervis Bay in 1958, the year before he relocated the office of the CNS to Canberra.[1][33]

Dowling was appointed a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) in the 1957 New Year Honours,[34] and completed his term as CNS on 23 February 1959.[24] On 23 March he took over from Sir Henry Wells as Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC), a role foreshadowing that of the latter-day Chief of the Defence Force.[35][36] He was succeeded as CNS by Vice Admiral Henry Burrell.[24] Happily surprised by his appointment as Chairman of COSC, Dowling hoped to transform the position such that it would exercise command authority over the service chiefs, but in this he was to be disappointed. The position's rank remained the same as the heads of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and was only responsible for putting their views on military matters to the Minister for Defence.[1][37] Other setbacks during his tenure included the Defence Department's decision-rescinded after his term-to disband the Fleet Air Arm, and the Federal government's failure to back him when he announced at a SEATO press conference in March 1961 that Australia was prepared to intervene militarily in the second Laotian crisis should it become necessary.[1][3] In September 1959, during the first Laotian crisis, the Australian government had authorised Dowling to commit "an infantry battalion, a squadron of RAAF fighters, air transport, and two RAN destroyers" to support US and SEATO forces, but no intervention took place.[38]

Later life
Dowling retired from the military on 27 May 1961 and was succeeded as Chairman of COSC by Air Marshal Sir Frederick Scherger.[35][39] Though keen to secure a diplomatic appointment, nothing was offered to him and, as a practising Anglican, he instead busied himself with church affairs in Canberra. In July 1962, the government gave him responsibility for organising Queen Elizabeth II's upcoming royal tour.[1] In this role he was required to liaise with the state governments to plan the Queen's itinerary, and to become a member of the royal household for the duration of the tour, the first time an Australian tour planner had been given such close access to a visiting monarch.[40] He was rewarded with appointment as a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO) as of 27 March 1963, and became Australian Secretary to the Queen on 1 November the same year.[41][42] Dowling was also the Australian Red Cross Society's Canberra chairman from 1962 to 1967; at the time he took over the chairmanship, Lady Dowling was acting president of the organisation, in the absence of Lady William Oliver.[6][11] Roy Dowling died of a heart attack on 15 April 1969 in Canberra Hospital. He was given a naval funeral at St John's Church, and cremated. His wife and five children survived him.[1][43]
 
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352 -------------GenForum Message------------------
WALTER T. DOWLING/1900-1941/PA
Posted by: SUE (DOWLING) BLOMES Date: September 16, 1999 at 10:09:53
E-mail: sue@masdocprep.com

MY GRANDFATHERS NAME WAS WALTER T. DOWLING,
BORN 1900 DIED 1941. MARRIED TO LORETTO
BROWN. MY GRANDFATHER WAS A BRUNETTE, BUT
HAD SEVEN RED-HEADED BROTHERS. SOME OF THEIR
NAMES WERE, VINCENT, LEO, JOSEPH (DOWLING).
I BELIEVE THEY WERE FROM COUNTY MAYO.
THEY RESIDED IN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.
ANY INFO? 
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353 -------------GenForum Message------------------
WALTER T. DOWLING/1900-1941/PA
Posted by: SUE (DOWLING) BLOMES Date: September 16, 1999 at 10:09:53
E-mail: sue@masdocprep.com

MY GRANDFATHERS NAME WAS WALTER T. DOWLING,
BORN 1900 DIED 1941. MARRIED TO LORETTO
BROWN. MY GRANDFATHER WAS A BRUNETTE, BUT
HAD SEVEN RED-HEADED BROTHERS. SOME OF THEIR
NAMES WERE, VINCENT, LEO, JOSEPH (DOWLING).
I BELIEVE THEY WERE FROM COUNTY MAYO.
THEY RESIDED IN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA.
ANY INFO? 
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Dowlings from Bristol
Posted by: Pamela Graham Date: August 31, 1999 at 12:35:17
E-mail: ian@ian-graham.demon.co.uk

We are Dowlings from Ratho Scotland looking for info on Dowlings from Bristol, namely relations of Francis Henry Dowling(our Grandfather) who died on HMS Kandahar Dec 1941
 
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Request for infor on our family tree
Posted by: Angela Doolin Ludwig Date: September 08, 1999 at 19:55:59
E-mail: kludwig@bellsouth.net

I would like to hear from anyone having information on my family tree. My grandfathers name is Andrew Doolin, My fathers name is Robert A. Doolin, Sr., My uncles are Dennis and Doug Doolin. I believe my grandfather is from Fordsville, Ky. My Grandmothers name was Catherine Bunell Doolin. 
Doolin, Doug (I3553)
 
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looking for Doolan family
Posted by: Lawrence Gilbert Date: September 13, 1999 at 16:40:36
E-mail: gilberthome@yahoo.com

My grandmother, Elizabeth Amelia Doolan, came to New York from Tipperary, Ireland during the potato famine in l850 with her parents,
John and Amelia, and siblings, William, Robert, Ino or Ira, Edmond, Amelia, Emily, Matilda, and Mary. Elizabeth married in 1869
in New Jersey. Do these names mean anything to any of you? Would like to get in touch with other descendents and share information.
Thank you! Lawrence
 
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Re: dowling family in canada
Posted by: BILL DEMPSEY Date: September 18, 1999 at 11:07:48
In Reply to: dowling family in canada by fred union
E-mail: firemec113@aol.com

HELLO FRED UNION , I HOPE THIS WILL HELP, MY MOTHERS FAMILY ALL CAME FROM P.E.I., WE HAVE VISITED UP THERE A NUMBER OF TIMES, THE DOWLING FAMILY OF OUR BRANCH CAME FROM AN AREA CALLED NINE MILE CREEK WHICH IS JUST SOUTH WEST OF CHARLETOWN, THEN THEY ALSO LIVED IN C.TOWN MY GRAND PARENTS WILLIAM P. AND ELISABETH GARLAND OF FORT AUGUSTAS WERE MARRIED IN ST. DUNSTANS CATHEDERAL. THERE ARE STILL DOWLINGS IN THE CITY, AND COUSINS WHO ARE SMITHS, AND A WOMAN WHO HAS A GREAT DEAL OF INFO ON THE FAMILY NAMES PHYLLIS JOSEY , BUT IVE LOST CONTACT WITH HER MAYBE YOU CAN LOCATE HER . GOOD LUCK BILL DEMPSEY
 
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Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you.
 
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Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you. 
, Theresa (I3665)
 
360 -----------GenForum---------------
Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you. 
Doolan, William (I3666)
 
361 -----------GenForum---------------
Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you. 
Coyle, Rebecca (I3667)
 
362 -----------GenForum---------------
Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you. 
Doolan, Laurence (I3668)
 
363 -----------GenForum---------------
Doolans in Wisconsin
Posted by: C. Tinnes Date: July 09, 1999 at 19:17:19
E-mail: gregory.tinnes@gte.net

My grandparents were Henry and Theresa Doolan of Oconomowoc, Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry's parents were William and Rebecca Doolan (nee Coyle) and William's parents were Laurence Doolan and Elizabeth Flood whom we believe were both born in Ireland. Does anyone have any information on these individuals? Thank you. 
Flood, Elizabeth (I3669)
 
364 ----------GenForum Message------------------
Francis Marion Doolin/Canterbury
Posted by: Jean Robison Date: September 04, 1999 at 06:05:11
E-mail: ajrobson@terraworld.net

Francis Marion Doolin married Mary E. Canterbury. They had children John, Cliff, and Clem who married Oma (?) They had three children: Georgia, Maud & Walter. Family records say they lived in Kansas.
John & Cliff married sisters. Cliff married Della (?)
Does anyone have this line?
Sorry I have no dates, but some of the family lived in Waynesville, Missouri.
 
Doolin, John Marion (I3541)
 
365 ---------GenForum Message---------------
Re: Dowlings in Australia
Posted by Meryl Griffith on February 07, 1999 at 05:39:10:
In Reply to: Dowlings in Australia posted by David Johnson on November 05, 1998 at 22:43:52:
E-mail: merylgr@hotmail.com

I have an ancestor Mary LUTTON b. c1847,49 in Sydney. Her son Alfred William WEBBER recorded some oral history about his family, in 1959, of which I have a copy. Mary's sister Hanna LUTTON (the eldest daughter) married one Edward DOWLING, a Public Servant, who lived at North Sydney (Berry Bay)...The only children mentioned are Lily m. William PARADICE;
Another daughter married a Solicitor, Clive WILKINSON;
A son, Frank, was on the staff of Goldsborough Mort & Co.
This info may or may not be useful to you or some of the other DOWLINGS with Australian connections.
-----------GenForum Message--------------------
Re: Dowlings in Australia
Posted by: Meryl Griffith Date: October 01, 1999 at 03:15:30
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in Australia by Blaine Riley of 390
E-mail: merylgr@hotmail.com

The Edward DOWLING in my family history was an educator, but how famous I do not know!!!
He taught Elocution at a Technical College in Sydney. He is remembered for reciting "Young Lochinvar" at his sister-in-law's (my ancestor Mary LUTTON)wedding around 1870. Hannah (nee LUTTON) and Edward DOWLING lived in a stone cottage at Berry Bay, North Sydney. The cottage had attic rooms above. The land was laid out in gardens which sloped towards the waters of the harbour enclosed with a stone wall and swimming pool. They had a small sandy beach where a boat was kept. The cottage was built by his brother who was a builder, and he also built the stone church of St Stephen's, Newtown, in 1873, in partnership with a Mr Kirkham.

Meryl Griffith e-mail: Berowrakid@aol.com 
Dowling, Edward (I1740)
 
366 ---------GenForum Message---------------
Re: Dowlings in Australia
Posted by Meryl Griffith on February 07, 1999 at 05:39:10:
In Reply to: Dowlings in Australia posted by David Johnson on November 05, 1998 at 22:43:52:
E-mail: merylgr@hotmail.com

I have an ancestor Mary LUTTON b. c1847,49 in Sydney. Her son Alfred William WEBBER recorded some oral history about his family, in 1959, of which I have a copy. Mary's sister Hanna LUTTON (the eldest daughter) married one Edward DOWLING, a Public Servant, who lived at North Sydney (Berry Bay)...The only children mentioned are Lily m. William PARADICE;
Another daughter married a Solicitor, Clive WILKINSON;
A son, Frank, was on the staff of Goldsborough Mort & Co.
This info may or may not be useful to you or some of the other DOWLINGS with Australian connections. 
Dowling, Frank (I1746)
 
367 --------GenForum-------------
Dowling,Richard,Frederick,Daniel,MA,NY
Posted by: Dowling,Kathryn Date: September 28, 1999 at 20:12:47
kloghouse@aol.com

I know that Richard was maried to Eleanor, Frederick was married to Catherine Brown,both born about 1866, Daniel was Married to Mary A Smith. Frederick and Catherine lived in Spfld,Ma.,but I believe was born in either Housatonic Falls or North Adams.Daniel was from Hoosic
 
Dowling, Richard (I3687)
 
368 -----Original Message-----
From: Dana Crawford-Pulley [mailto:gatorloverone@yahoo.com]
Sent: 07 March 1999 10:20
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling Connection & photo

Brian,
My Dowling connection comes form both sides of my father's family,
the Stones and Crawfords.
My gggreatfather was William Henry Stone Sr, who fought side by
side with many of the Dowling branch into which he married. They
belonged to the Sarilla Rangers, out of Georgia. (Co. A, I believe.)
At one point there were many Dowling's in the war in one area!
William Henry Sr married Harriette Dowling.
Her lineage was: Robert Dowling, James Dowling, Jabez Dowling, and
Darling Dowling. This is the maternal side of my father's family.
William Henry and Harriette named one of their sons William Henry
Jr. He married Mary Lavinia Rhoden, and their seven children were:
Oliver, Colquitt, Ezara, Effie, Annie, Mattie, and Rosa. Annie was my
grandmother.
My ggrandfather was Bartley Crawford. He married Emma Dowling, the
twin sister of Aaron.
James Jack Dowling was his father. Bart and Emma had 14 children,
one of whom was Arch, and he married Annie Stone.
Their children were: Mildred, William Henry, Wade, Arch jr, Edgar,
Ernie Eugene, and James, my father.
It will be a little while before i scan the photo. It depends on
when my friend is available.
Is this any help? Who were your Dowling ancestors? We've got to
be related. Let's figure out how.
Thanks, Dana.

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Dana Crawford-Pulley [mailto:gatorloverone@yahoo.com]
Sent: 07 March 1999 10:20
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling Connection & photo

Brian,
My Dowling connection comes form both sides of my father's family,
the Stones and Crawfords.
My gggreatfather was William Henry Stone Sr, who fought side by
side with many of the Dowling branch into which he married. They
belonged to the Sarilla Rangers, out of Georgia. (Co. A, I believe.)
At one point there were many Dowling's in the war in one area!
William Henry Sr married Harriette Dowling.
Her lineage was: Robert Dowling, James Dowling, Jabez Dowling, and
Darling Dowling. This is the maternal side of my father's family.
William Henry and Harriette named one of their sons William Henry
Jr. He married Mary Lavinia Rhoden, and their seven children were:
Oliver, Colquitt, Ezara, Effie, Annie, Mattie, and Rosa. Annie was my
grandmother.
My ggrandfather was Bartley Crawford. He married Emma Dowling, the
twin sister of Aaron.
James Jack Dowling was his father. Bart and Emma had 14 children,
one of whom was Arch, and he married Annie Stone.
Their children were: Mildred, William Henry, Wade, Arch jr, Edgar,
Ernie Eugene, and James, my father.
It will be a little while before i scan the photo. It depends on
when my friend is available.
Is this any help? Who were your Dowling ancestors? We've got to
be related. Let's figure out how.
Thanks, Dana.
 
Crawford, Arch (I1997)
 
369 -----Original Message-----
From: Dana Crawford-Pulley [mailto:gatorloverone@yahoo.com]
Sent: 07 March 1999 10:20
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling Connection & photo

Brian,
My Dowling connection comes form both sides of my father's family, the Stones and Crawfords.
My gggreatfather was William Henry Stone Sr, who fought side by
side with many of the Dowling branch into which he married. They
belonged to the Sarilla Rangers, out of Georgia. (Co. A, I believe.)
At one point there were many Dowling's in the war in one area!
William Henry Sr married Harriette Dowling.
Her lineage was: Robert Dowling, James Dowling, Jabez Dowling, and Darling Dowling. This is the maternal side of my father's family.
William Henry and Harriette named one of their sons William Henry Jr. He married Mary Lavinia Rhoden, and their seven children were:
Oliver, Colquitt, Ezara, Effie, Annie, Mattie, and Rosa. Annie was my
grandmother.
My ggrandfather was Bartley Crawford. He married Emma Dowling, the
twin sister of Aaron.
James Jack Dowling was his father. Bart and Emma had 14 children,
one of whom was Arch, and he married Annie Stone.
Their children were: Mildred, William Henry, Wade, Arch jr, Edgar,
Ernie Eugene, and James, my father.
It will be a little while before i scan the photo. It depends on
when my friend is available.
Is this any help? Who were your Dowling ancestors? We've got to
be related. Let's figure out how.
Thanks, Dana.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dana Crawford-Pulley [mailto:gatorloverone@yahoo.com]
Sent: 07 March 1999 10:20
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling Connection & photo

Brian,
My Dowling connection comes form both sides of my father's family,
the Stones and Crawfords.
My gggreatfather was William Henry Stone Sr, who fought side by
side with many of the Dowling branch into which he married. They
belonged to the Sarilla Rangers, out of Georgia. (Co. A, I believe.)
At one point there were many Dowling's in the war in one area!
William Henry Sr married Harriette Dowling.
Her lineage was: Robert Dowling, James Dowling, Jabez Dowling, and
Darling Dowling. This is the maternal side of my father's family.
William Henry and Harriette named one of their sons William Henry
Jr. He married Mary Lavinia Rhoden, and their seven children were:
Oliver, Colquitt, Ezara, Effie, Annie, Mattie, and Rosa. Annie was my
grandmother.
My ggrandfather was Bartley Crawford. He married Emma Dowling, the
twin sister of Aaron.
James Jack Dowling was his father. Bart and Emma had 14 children,
one of whom was Arch, and he married Annie Stone.
Their children were: Mildred, William Henry, Wade, Arch jr, Edgar,
Ernie Eugene, and James, my father.
It will be a little while before i scan the photo. It depends on
when my friend is available.
Is this any help? Who were your Dowling ancestors? We've got to
be related. Let's figure out how.
Thanks, Dana.
 
Dowling, James Jack (I2001)
 
370 -----Original Message-----
From: dw nowels [mailto:readnow1@juno.com]
Sent: 03 March 1999 20:03
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

I am just now realizing this info pertains to the William W. DOOLEY (c.1808-1882) I am researching. Could you please give me a list of his siblings as well as re-mention his parents (and grandparents names?) Also, does anyone have any information on Black BRANTLEY? After passing away sometime before 1830, his two orphaned children went to live with Mr. and Mrs (formely Mary BRANTLEY) William W. DOOLEY. Those children were Catherine BRANTLEY and William BRANTLEY. I beleive this Catherine BRANTLEY is the same Catherine that marries Mitchell N. DOOLEY( she would have been possibly 16-18 years old)... I need help!
Always,
Darlene

On Fri, 15 Jan 1999 20:41:50 -0500 "Maria Bobo" writes:
Thanks, Denise, for the recap of info on William Dooley (1781-1851).
I am glad that Baker pubished this material. It's terrific.

I have a marriage date for William's daughter, Katherine to Lewis W. Stowers, Jr., as Dec. 21, 1844, Anderson Co., SC. Katherine or
Catherine Dooly is described as "youngest daughter of William Dooly, Esq. of Elbert Co., Georgia" in the marriage notice published in
"Early Anderson County, South Carolina, Newspapers, Marriages and Obituaries
(1841-1882)." In his will and in the Baker summary, we learn that William Dooley owned land in SC. Does anyone have copies of SC land deeds, or whatever, they can pass along?

His son, Barnabus J. Dooley m. Priscilla Banks, Nov. 4, 1839, Elbert
Co., Ga. [Elbert County, Georgia Marriages, 1805-1913, compiled by
Ann
C. Holloman, 1989]

His sons-in-law, William Haley Crawford and Leroy K. Crawford were
brothers, sons of John Crawford and Henaritta (Ritta) Haley. I am a
descendant of William Haley Crawford and Sarah Ann Dooley.

I would like to identify the parents of the Brantleys who married into
this Dooley family. Does anyone have any info on them-who where
their parents, where in NC did they come from, etc. Many Brantleys
came
from Orange and Chatham Co., NC-did they migrate to GA with the
Dooleys? Were the Dooleys in those NC counties? If so, is that were
Bennett Dooley (b. 1795) was born?

All of the other children of William and Elizabeth Dooley married in
Elbert Co., Ga.

Here is another version of the deed abstract re: orphans of Allen D.
Dooley. It shows that his brother William W. Dooley and his father
William Dooley both participated, as follows; Elbert Co., Ga. Deed
Book
V, 1828-1831, p. 182. William W. Dooly & William Dooly are bound to
the
Justices of the Inferior Court sitting for Ordinary Purposes, for
$1200,
4 May 1829. William W. Dooly was appointed guardian of William Dooly
&
Elizabeth Dooly, minors & orphan children of Allen D. Dooly, decd. If
William W. Dooly performs his duties this to be void. (signed) Wm. W.
Dooly, Wm. Dooly. Wit; Job Weston, C.C.O. Rec. 18 Aug. 1830.

Regards,
Maria Bobo
ronquil2@msn.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Nesie Duncan
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Date: Friday, January 15, 1999 11:08 AM
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

I have more to add on William Dooly. The following information I
found in the History of Hart County 1933 by John William Baker:
(Note: the book was published in 1933)

"William Dooly

We have no record of the ancestry of William Dooly and his wife
Elizabeth. He obtained a large body of land of 850 acres in Elbert
(later Hart) County adjoining the lands of Col. Richard Durrett,
Sinclair McMullan, John McCurry, and others, located along the
Savannah River, including an island of about sixty acres at or near
the head of McDonald's Shoals.
He owned a number of slaves and engaged in farming, and was what might
have been called a 'planter', due to the size of his plantation and
extensive farming operations. Besides the place on the river, he
owned considerable other lands in the county, and also in South
Carolina.
He operated pole boats on the Savannah River, transporting cotton and
other produce to Augusta, and perhaps other markets, and merchandise
on the return trips.
He owned a mill on a prog of Powderbag Creek; also the ferry on the
Savannah River, known as Dooly's Ferry, where the old Holly Springs
road crossed, leading out of South Carolina into Georgia, afterwards
known as Craft's Ferry, Captain J.F. Craft later obtaining possession
of the place.
He was what was known as a local Methodist preacher; was prominent in
financial, political, social and religious affairs.
When Hart County was created his place was included in the new county,
and in laying out the militia districts, the district including his
home was called Dooly's District, which name it retained on up until
the year 1861, when the court ground was established at Lodwick
Alford's, when the name was changed to Alford's District.
The children of William Dooly and wife, Elizabeth, were as follows:

Polly Dooly, who m. Barnabas Barron, 2/17/1820
Nancy J. Dooly m. Joseph M. Brantley, 3/18/1823
(after death of Brantley, m. Moses Huchenson)
Allen D. Dooly m. Letty M. Brantley, 4/22/1824
(after death of Dooly, m. Lewis Bobo, 7/7/1829)
William W. Dooly m. Mary Brantley, 7/5/1827
Mitchell N. Dooly m. Katherine Brantley, 11/11/1830
Sarah Ann Dooly m. William H. Crawford, 8/20/1832
Elizabeth A. Dooly m. Leroy Crawford, 12/13/1832
Barnabas J. Dooly m. (name and date not known)
Frances L. Dooly m. Van D. Gary, 2/9/1826
Katherine Dooly m. Lewis W. Stowers, (date not known)

William Dooly in his will, besides his children, makes bequests to his
granddaughters, Sarepta Jane Crawford and Elizabeth Gaines, and to his
grandsons, William D. Barron, Rufus Barron, and Hamilton Barron, and
two dollars each to his sons-in-law, Barnabas Barron, Moses
Hutchenson, Leroy K. Crawford, and William H. Crawford.
In his will he nominated William W., Mitchell N., and Barnabas J.
Dooly executors.
It appears that two of his sons, Mitchell N. and Barnabas J. Dooly,
came into possession of his home place, where they lived perhaps until
death.
Mitchell N. Dooly lived near the ferry on the river and Barnabas J.
Dooly lived at the crossroads at the place now occupied by L. A.
Chamble."

I found the above information at the Savannah Public Library.

I also found DAR Records - Elbert County Historical Collections:

May Term 1829, page 101; William W. Dooly appointed guardian of
William and Elizabeth Dooly orphans of Allen Dooly, dec'd. Elizabeth
having been born since his death.

Hope any of this information helps!

Denise Duncan
____________________________________

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: dw nowels [mailto:readnow1@juno.com]
Sent: 03 March 1999 20:03
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

I am just now realizing this info pertains to the William W. DOOLEY (c.1808-1882) I am researching. Could you please give me a list of his siblings as well as re-mention his parents (and grandparents names?) Also, does anyone have any information on Black BRANTLEY? After passing away sometime before 1830, his two orphaned children went to live with Mr. and Mrs (formely Mary BRANTLEY) William W. DOOLEY. Those children were Catherine BRANTLEY and William BRANTLEY. I beleive this Catherine BRANTLEY is the same Catherine that marries Mitchell N. DOOLEY( she would have been possibly 16-18 years old)... I need help!
Always,
Darlene

On Fri, 15 Jan 1999 20:41:50 -0500 "Maria Bobo" writes:
Thanks, Denise, for the recap of info on William Dooley (1781-1851).
I am glad that Baker pubished this material. It's terrific.

I have a marriage date for William's daughter, Katherine to Lewis W. Stowers, Jr., as Dec. 21, 1844, Anderson Co., SC. Katherine or
Catherine Dooly is described as "youngest daughter of William Dooly, Esq. of Elbert Co., Georgia" in the marriage notice published in
"Early Anderson County, South Carolina, Newspapers, Marriages and Obituaries
(1841-1882)." In his will and in the Baker summary, we learn that William Dooley owned land in SC. Does anyone have copies of SC land deeds, or whatever, they can pass along?

His son, Barnabus J. Dooley m. Priscilla Banks, Nov. 4, 1839, Elbert
Co., Ga. [Elbert County, Georgia Marriages, 1805-1913, compiled by
Ann
C. Holloman, 1989]

His sons-in-law, William Haley Crawford and Leroy K. Crawford were
brothers, sons of John Crawford and Henaritta (Ritta) Haley. I am a
descendant of William Haley Crawford and Sarah Ann Dooley.

I would like to identify the parents of the Brantleys who married into
this Dooley family. Does anyone have any info on them-who where
their parents, where in NC did they come from, etc. Many Brantleys
came
from Orange and Chatham Co., NC-did they migrate to GA with the
Dooleys? Were the Dooleys in those NC counties? If so, is that were
Bennett Dooley (b. 1795) was born?

All of the other children of William and Elizabeth Dooley married in
Elbert Co., Ga.

Here is another version of the deed abstract re: orphans of Allen D.
Dooley. It shows that his brother William W. Dooley and his father
William Dooley both participated, as follows; Elbert Co., Ga. Deed
Book
V, 1828-1831, p. 182. William W. Dooly & William Dooly are bound to
the
Justices of the Inferior Court sitting for Ordinary Purposes, for
$1200,
4 May 1829. William W. Dooly was appointed guardian of William Dooly
&
Elizabeth Dooly, minors & orphan children of Allen D. Dooly, decd. If
William W. Dooly performs his duties this to be void. (signed) Wm. W.
Dooly, Wm. Dooly. Wit; Job Weston, C.C.O. Rec. 18 Aug. 1830.

Regards,
Maria Bobo
ronquil2@msn.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Nesie Duncan
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Date: Friday, January 15, 1999 11:08 AM
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] William Dooly (1782-1851) Elbert Co., GA

I have more to add on William Dooly. The following information I
found in the History of Hart County 1933 by John William Baker:
(Note: the book was published in 1933)

"William Dooly

We have no record of the ancestry of William Dooly and his wife
Elizabeth. He obtained a large body of land of 850 acres in Elbert
(later Hart) County adjoining the lands of Col. Richard Durrett,
Sinclair McMullan, John McCurry, and others, located along the
Savannah River, including an island of about sixty acres at or near
the head of McDonald's Shoals.
He owned a number of slaves and engaged in farming, and was what might
have been called a 'planter', due to the size of his plantation and
extensive farming operations. Besides the place on the river, he
owned considerable other lands in the county, and also in South
Carolina.
He operated pole boats on the Savannah River, transporting cotton and
other produce to Augusta, and perhaps other markets, and merchandise
on the return trips.
He owned a mill on a prog of Powderbag Creek; also the ferry on the
Savannah River, known as Dooly's Ferry, where the old Holly Springs
road crossed, leading out of South Carolina into Georgia, afterwards
known as Craft's Ferry, Captain J.F. Craft later obtaining possession
of the place.
He was what was known as a local Methodist preacher; was prominent in
financial, political, social and religious affairs.
When Hart County was created his place was included in the new county,
and in laying out the militia districts, the district including his
home was called Dooly's District, which name it retained on up until
the year 1861, when the court ground was established at Lodwick
Alford's, when the name was changed to Alford's District.
The children of William Dooly and wife, Elizabeth, were as follows:

Polly Dooly, who m. Barnabas Barron, 2/17/1820
Nancy J. Dooly m. Joseph M. Brantley, 3/18/1823
(after death of Brantley, m. Moses Huchenson)
Allen D. Dooly m. Letty M. Brantley, 4/22/1824
(after death of Dooly, m. Lewis Bobo, 7/7/1829)
William W. Dooly m. Mary Brantley, 7/5/1827
Mitchell N. Dooly m. Katherine Brantley, 11/11/1830
Sarah Ann Dooly m. William H. Crawford, 8/20/1832
Elizabeth A. Dooly m. Leroy Crawford, 12/13/1832
Barnabas J. Dooly m. (name and date not known)
Frances L. Dooly m. Van D. Gary, 2/9/1826
Katherine Dooly m. Lewis W. Stowers, (date not known)

William Dooly in his will, besides his children, makes bequests to his
granddaughters, Sarepta Jane Crawford and Elizabeth Gaines, and to his
grandsons, William D. Barron, Rufus Barron, and Hamilton Barron, and
two dollars each to his sons-in-law, Barnabas Barron, Moses
Hutchenson, Leroy K. Crawford, and William H. Crawford.
In his will he nominated William W., Mitchell N., and Barnabas J.
Dooly executors.
It appears that two of his sons, Mitchell N. and Barnabas J. Dooly,
came into possession of his home place, where they lived perhaps until
death.
Mitchell N. Dooly lived near the ferry on the river and Barnabas J.
Dooly lived at the crossroads at the place now occupied by L. A.
Chamble."

I found the above information at the Savannah Public Library.

I also found DAR Records - Elbert County Historical Collections:

May Term 1829, page 101; William W. Dooly appointed guardian of
William and Elizabeth Dooly orphans of Allen Dooly, dec'd. Elizabeth
having been born since his death.

Hope any of this information helps!

Denise Duncan
____________________________________
 
Dooley, Katherine (I8018)
 
371 -----Original Message-----
From: Letter1@aol.com [mailto:Letter1@aol.com]
Sent: 24 February 1999 00:16
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] Birthplace of Thomas Dula Sr. (ca. 1720/25-1783)

I have found Robert Dowling/Dooley in the Colony in Essex Co in the very late 1600's and believe him to be the parent of Henry Dooley who married Martha Anderson.
I do know that Martha's father George was also born in the Colonies for I find the name there about the same time that I find the Dooley name, not too far from each other. I located this information about two years ago and I have been trying to put it all together. I believe that the children of Robert were Henry, Abraham, Thomas and proberly James but so far none of this is pined down for sure.
I was in the Court House in Essex Co and there are many volumns that have not been researched there. I shall however, have to leave it to some of you younger ones to do the rest of the work for I am no longer able to go alone across country and do the work.
Lillian in California.
-----------------------------------------------------
-----Original Message-----
From: Flora E. Barrett [mailto:dfbarr@juno.com]
Sent: 25 February 1999 04:55
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] James Dooley of Tennessee

Dear List,

Hopefully this will help somebody.

Flora
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Descendants of James Dooley
Generation No. 1

1. JAMES1 DOOLEY was born Bet. 1734 - 1746 in Richmond, VA., and died
June 17, 1824 in Columbia, Tennessee ( Note this is probably wrong, as he
is buried in MO.. He married (1) MARGARET MCKINNEY 1766 in Richmond,
VA.. He married (2) RACHEL LNU Aft. 1766.

Notes for JAMES DOOLEY:
The information in this file was sent to Dr. Glen Dooley, in a letter
from Mrs. Paul McAnally, Columbia, Tenn. There is no date on the letter.
Vera, Dr. Dooley's widow, said, "We think James was a son of Henry and
Martha Anderson Dooley of Bedford County, VA.". (Note: All of this
information on James and his descendants is taken from that letter.)

Notes for MARGARET MCKINNEY:
Margaret was related to the McKinneys near Stanford, Ky. Lincoln County.
She was killed by Indians.

Notes for RACHEL LNU:
James Dooley was her second husband. She was the widow of Edward Moore,
Jr. and they had a son, Issac Moore. Born 1785 in North Carolina.

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and MARGARET MCKINNEY are:
2. i. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY, b. 1772; d. Died in Maury County,
Tennessee..
3. ii. JAMES DOOLEY, JR., b. Unknown.
iii. BENJAMIN DOOLEY, b. Unknown; d. Think he was killed
by the Indians while he was a baby..

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and RACHEL LNU are:
iv. ESON "ESOM"2 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for ESON "ESOM" DOOLEY:
Eson had a grandson, William E. Dooley, who died in Idabel, Oklahoma.

4. v. PARIS "PARRIS" DOOLEY, b. August 23, 1800.
5. vi. SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born 1772, and died in Maury County,
Tennessee.. He married JANE FERALDO RUDLEDGE.

Child of WILLIAM DOOLEY and JANE RUDLEDGE is:
i. MCKINNEY3 DOOLEY, b. Bet. 1801 - 1822; m. ELIZA E.
DOOLEY, daughter of Paris Dooley who was the son of James Dooley and
Rachel ?, widow of Edward Moore.

3. JAMES2 DOOLEY, JR. (JAMES1) was born Unknown.

Child of JAMES DOOLEY, JR. is:
i. PARIS F.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown, Lived in Missouri.

4. PARIS "PARRIS"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born August 23, 1800. He married
UNKNOWN.

Children of PARIS DOOLEY and UNKNOWN are:
i. JAMES D.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.
ii. PARIS F. DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for PARIS F. DOOLEY:
Went to Oklahoma.

iii. ELIZA E. DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. MCKINNEY DOOLEY.
iv. RACHEL DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. FNU CAGE.

5. SARAH "SALLY"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born Unknown. She married WILLIAM
WALLACE.

Notes for SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY:
Moved to Mississippi.

Child of SARAH DOOLEY and WILLIAM WALLACE is:
i. JAMES HARVEY3 WALLACE, b. Unknown.

--------------------
From: MaryDeFoor@aol.com [mailto:MaryDeFoor@aol.com]
Sent: 12 May 1999 05:30
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Henry Dooley Immigrant ancestor

Hi, In a recent search of Henry Dooly married to Martha Anderson I found a lot of information on the WFT CD's. CD # 7, Tree # 2877, CD # 15, Tree # 3465, CD # 19 Tree # 526, CD # 20, Tree # 558, CD # 20, Tree # 557, CD # 7, Tree 2688. You can find these at any local library that has a Heritage Room. Broderbund, 1998. They aren't always complete or correct, but they sure can help you when you get to a dead end.

A short summary of what I found: Thomas Dooley- married to Rebeckah had a child Henry D. born abt 1713 in Northern Ireland and died Bef 1773 in Virginia. He married Martha Anderson abt 1734 in Virginia, daughter of Georgia Anderson and Elizabeth Crawford .
Henry & Martha Anderson Dooly had 11 children of which one was named James S b 1746 Bedford CO, Va d. June 17, 1824, Columbia, Maury CO. Tn... James married 1. Margaret McKenney 1766 in Richmond, Va. 2. Rachel Moore. Henry and Margaret McKenney had 3 children, James, Jr., William (who changed his name to DULA.), and Catherine. Children of James and Rachel were: Eason B, Parris Furchase, and Sarah Sallie.

It goes on and on. I also want to say that there may be other CD's and Trees with your information on them. I may not have checked every Henry Dooley.

This is very intriguing to me because we believe our the Dooly name was changed to Dula for about one generation, to be exact, his name was William.
They used many other variations.

Sincerely,

Mary

If you have any questions about this information, please don't hesitate to let me. Know. I'll help anyway that I can.
-----Original Message-----
From: JOY5555@aol.com [mailto:JOY5555@aol.com]
Sent: 27 September 1999 03:31
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net; ZFPB34A@prodigy.com; Gleitz@netpointe.com;
historic@innercite.com; eharknes@ctc.edu
Subject: Dooley

Hi, My name is Joyce Marschman and I am researching the family line of Henry
Dooley and Martha "Patty" Anderson from Bedford Co., VA. My line descends
from Henry's son John Henry Dooley and Elizabeth Birks.

I recently found your name while doing some Dooley research. Are you also
working on this family? I would be happy to share my information if you are
interested.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Joyce
-----Original Message-----
From: JOY5555@aol.com [mailto:JOY5555@aol.com]
Sent: 22 October 1999 04:46
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Re: Dooley New Message in Reply to Last Part 1

Thanks, Brian
Everything came through perfect. I have Family Tree Maker 5. Don't know
why I couldn't read the first one, but got all of these you sent.

Are you originally from England. Sure would love to come over there and do
some research. Can't for awhile with two kids in college keeping me poor.
Are you related to Robert Dowling? Have you found any references about this
father and sons in England? Some researchers think Henry Dooley was the son
of Thomas Dooling who entered the states through Barbados as an indentured
servant. Ever heard of that one?

Thanks again for all the info. Joyce

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Letter1@aol.com [mailto:Letter1@aol.com]
Sent: 24 February 1999 00:16
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] Birthplace of Thomas Dula Sr. (ca. 1720/25-1783)

I have found Robert Dowling/Dooley in the Colony in Essex Co in the very late
1600's
and believe him to be the parent of Henry Dooley who married Martha Anderson.
I do know that Martha's father George was also born in the Colonies for I find
the name there about the same time that I find the Dooley name, not too far
from each
other. I located this information about two years ago and I have been trying
to put it
all together. I believe that the children of Robert were Henry, Abraham,
Thomas and
proberly James but so far none of this is pined down for sure.
I was in the Court House in Essex Co and there are many volumns that have not
been researched there. I shall however, have to leave it to some of you
younger ones to do the rest of the work for I am no longer able to go alone
across country and do the work.
Lillian in California.
-----------------------------------------------------
-----Original Message-----
From: Flora E. Barrett [mailto:dfbarr@juno.com]
Sent: 25 February 1999 04:55
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] James Dooley of Tennessee

Dear List,

Hopefully this will help somebody.

Flora
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Descendants of James Dooley
Generation No. 1

1. JAMES1 DOOLEY was born Bet. 1734 - 1746 in Richmond, VA., and died
June 17, 1824 in Columbia, Tennessee ( Note this is probably wrong, as he
is buried in MO.. He married (1) MARGARET MCKINNEY 1766 in Richmond,
VA.. He married (2) RACHEL LNU Aft. 1766.

Notes for JAMES DOOLEY:
The information in this file was sent to Dr. Glen Dooley, in a letter
from Mrs. Paul McAnally, Columbia, Tenn. There is no date on the letter.
Vera, Dr. Dooley's widow, said, "We think James was a son of Henry and
Martha Anderson Dooley of Bedford County, VA.". (Note: All of this
information on James and his descendants is taken from that letter.)

Notes for MARGARET MCKINNEY:
Margaret was related to the McKinneys near Stanford, Ky. Lincoln County.
She was killed by Indians.

Notes for RACHEL LNU:
James Dooley was her second husband. She was the widow of Edward Moore,
Jr. and they had a son, Issac Moore. Born 1785 in North Carolina.

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and MARGARET MCKINNEY are:
2. i. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY, b. 1772; d. Died in Maury County,
Tennessee..
3. ii. JAMES DOOLEY, JR., b. Unknown.
iii. BENJAMIN DOOLEY, b. Unknown; d. Think he was killed
by the Indians while he was a baby..

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and RACHEL LNU are:
iv. ESON "ESOM"2 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for ESON "ESOM" DOOLEY:
Eson had a grandson, William E. Dooley, who died in Idabel, Oklahoma.

4. v. PARIS "PARRIS" DOOLEY, b. August 23, 1800.
5. vi. SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born 1772, and died in Maury County,
Tennessee.. He married JANE FERALDO RUDLEDGE.

Child of WILLIAM DOOLEY and JANE RUDLEDGE is:
i. MCKINNEY3 DOOLEY, b. Bet. 1801 - 1822; m. ELIZA E.
DOOLEY, daughter of Paris Dooley who was the son of James Dooley and
Rachel ?, widow of Edward Moore.

3. JAMES2 DOOLEY, JR. (JAMES1) was born Unknown.

Child of JAMES DOOLEY, JR. is:
i. PARIS F.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown, Lived in Missouri.

4. PARIS "PARRIS"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born August 23, 1800. He married
UNKNOWN.

Children of PARIS DOOLEY and UNKNOWN are:
i. JAMES D.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.
ii. PARIS F. DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for PARIS F. DOOLEY:
Went to Oklahoma.

iii. ELIZA E. DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. MCKINNEY DOOLEY.
iv. RACHEL DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. FNU CAGE.

5. SARAH "SALLY"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born Unknown. She married WILLIAM
WALLACE.

Notes for SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY:
Moved to Mississippi.

Child of SARAH DOOLEY and WILLIAM WALLACE is:
i. JAMES HARVEY3 WALLACE, b. Unknown.
 
Dowling, Henry (I2040)
 
372 -----Original Message-----
From: Letter1@aol.com [mailto:Letter1@aol.com]
Sent: 24 February 1999 00:16
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] Birthplace of Thomas Dula Sr. (ca. 1720/25-1783)

I have found Robert Dowling/Dooley in the Colony in Essex Co in the very late 1600's and believe him to be the parent of Henry Dooley who married Martha Anderson.
I do know that Martha's father George was also born in the Colonies for I find the name there about the same time that I find the Dooley name, not too far from each other. I located this information about two years ago and I have been trying to put it all together. I believe that the children of Robert were Henry, Abraham, Thomas and proberly James but so far none of this is pined down for sure.
I was in the Court House in Essex Co and there are many volumns that have not been researched there. I shall however, have to leave it to some of you younger ones to do the rest of the work for I am no longer able to go alone across country and do the work.
Lillian in California.
-----------------------------------------------------
-----Original Message-----
From: Flora E. Barrett [mailto:dfbarr@juno.com]
Sent: 25 February 1999 04:55
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] James Dooley of Tennessee

Dear List,

Hopefully this will help somebody.

Flora
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Descendants of James Dooley
Generation No. 1

1. JAMES1 DOOLEY was born Bet. 1734 - 1746 in Richmond, VA., and died
June 17, 1824 in Columbia, Tennessee ( Note this is probably wrong, as he
is buried in MO.. He married (1) MARGARET MCKINNEY 1766 in Richmond,
VA.. He married (2) RACHEL LNU Aft. 1766.

Notes for JAMES DOOLEY:
The information in this file was sent to Dr. Glen Dooley, in a letter
from Mrs. Paul McAnally, Columbia, Tenn. There is no date on the letter.
Vera, Dr. Dooley's widow, said, "We think James was a son of Henry and
Martha Anderson Dooley of Bedford County, VA.". (Note: All of this
information on James and his descendants is taken from that letter.)

Notes for MARGARET MCKINNEY:
Margaret was related to the McKinneys near Stanford, Ky. Lincoln County.
She was killed by Indians.

Notes for RACHEL LNU:
James Dooley was her second husband. She was the widow of Edward Moore,
Jr. and they had a son, Issac Moore. Born 1785 in North Carolina.

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and MARGARET MCKINNEY are:
2. i. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY, b. 1772; d. Died in Maury County,
Tennessee..
3. ii. JAMES DOOLEY, JR., b. Unknown.
iii. BENJAMIN DOOLEY, b. Unknown; d. Think he was killed
by the Indians while he was a baby..

Children of JAMES DOOLEY and RACHEL LNU are:
iv. ESON "ESOM"2 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for ESON "ESOM" DOOLEY:
Eson had a grandson, William E. Dooley, who died in Idabel, Oklahoma.

4. v. PARIS "PARRIS" DOOLEY, b. August 23, 1800.
5. vi. SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born 1772, and died in Maury County,
Tennessee.. He married JANE FERALDO RUDLEDGE.

Child of WILLIAM DOOLEY and JANE RUDLEDGE is:
i. MCKINNEY3 DOOLEY, b. Bet. 1801 - 1822; m. ELIZA E.
DOOLEY, daughter of Paris Dooley who was the son of James Dooley and
Rachel ?, widow of Edward Moore.

3. JAMES2 DOOLEY, JR. (JAMES1) was born Unknown.

Child of JAMES DOOLEY, JR. is:
i. PARIS F.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown, Lived in Missouri.

4. PARIS "PARRIS"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born August 23, 1800. He married
UNKNOWN.

Children of PARIS DOOLEY and UNKNOWN are:
i. JAMES D.3 DOOLEY, b. Unknown.
ii. PARIS F. DOOLEY, b. Unknown.

Notes for PARIS F. DOOLEY:
Went to Oklahoma.

iii. ELIZA E. DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. MCKINNEY DOOLEY.
iv. RACHEL DOOLEY, b. Unknown; m. FNU CAGE.

5. SARAH "SALLY"2 DOOLEY (JAMES1) was born Unknown. She married WILLIAM
WALLACE.

Notes for SARAH "SALLY" DOOLEY:
Moved to Mississippi.

Child of SARAH DOOLEY and WILLIAM WALLACE is:
i. JAMES HARVEY3 WALLACE, b. Unknown.

--------------------
From: MaryDeFoor@aol.com [mailto:MaryDeFoor@aol.com]
Sent: 12 May 1999 05:30
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Henry Dooley Immigrant ancestor

Hi, In a recent search of Henry Dooly married to Martha Anderson I found a lot of information on the WFT CD's. CD # 7, Tree # 2877, CD # 15, Tree # 3465, CD # 19 Tree # 526, CD # 20, Tree # 558, CD # 20, Tree # 557, CD # 7, Tree 2688. You can find these at any local library that has a Heritage Room. Broderbund, 1998. They aren't always complete or correct, but they sure can help you when you get to a dead end.

A short summary of what I found: Thomas Dooley- married to Rebeckah had a child Henry D. born abt 1713 in Northern Ireland and died Bef 1773 in Virginia. He married Martha Anderson abt 1734 in Virginia, daughter of Georgia Anderson and Elizabeth Crawford .
Henry & Martha Anderson Dooly had 11 children of which one was named James S b 1746 Bedford CO, Va d. June 17, 1824, Columbia, Maury CO. Tn... James married 1. Margaret McKenney 1766 in Richmond, Va. 2. Rachel Moore. Henry and Margaret McKenney had 3 children, James, Jr., William (who changed his name to DULA.), and Catherine. Children of James and Rachel were: Eason B, Parris Furchase, and Sarah Sallie.

It goes on and on. I also want to say that there may be other CD's and Trees with your information on them. I may not have checked every Henry Dooley.

This is very intriguing to me because we believe our the Dooly name was changed to Dula for about one generation, to be exact, his name was William.
They used many other variations.

Sincerely,

Mary

If you have any questions about this information, please don't hesitate to let me. Know. I'll help anyway that I can.
-----Original Message-----
From: JOY5555@aol.com [mailto:JOY5555@aol.com]
Sent: 27 September 1999 03:31
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net; ZFPB34A@prodigy.com; Gleitz@netpointe.com;
historic@innercite.com; eharknes@ctc.edu
Subject: Dooley

Hi, My name is Joyce Marschman and I am researching the family line of Henry
Dooley and Martha "Patty" Anderson from Bedford Co., VA. My line descends
from Henry's son John Henry Dooley and Elizabeth Birks.

I recently found your name while doing some Dooley research. Are you also
working on this family? I would be happy to share my information if you are
interested.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Joyce
 
Dowling, Henry (I8384)
 
373 -----Original Message-----
From: Letter1@aol.com [mailto:Letter1@aol.com]
Sent: 24 February 1999 00:16
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] Birthplace of Thomas Dula Sr. (ca. 1720/25-1783)

I have found Robert Dowling/Dooley in the Colony in Essex Co in the very late 1600's and believe him to be the parent of Henry Dooley who married Martha Anderson.
I do know that Martha's father George was also born in the Colonies for I find the name there about the same time that I find the Dooley name, not too far from each other. I located this information about two years ago and I have been trying to put it all together. I believe that the children of Robert were Henry, Abraham, Thomas and
proberly James but so far none of this is pined down for sure.
I was in the Court House in Essex Co and there are many volumns that have not been researched there. I shall however, have to leave it to some of you younger ones to do the rest of the work for I am no longer able to go alone across country and do the work.
Lillian in California.
 
Dowling, Robert (I8386)
 
374 -----Original Message-----
From: Letter1@aol.com [mailto:Letter1@aol.com]
Sent: 24 February 1999 00:16
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DOOLEY-L] Birthplace of Thomas Dula Sr. (ca. 1720/25-1783)

I have found Robert Dowling/Dooley in the Colony in Essex Co in the very late 1600's and believe him to be the parent of Henry Dooley who married Martha Anderson.
I do know that Martha's father George was also born in the olonies for I find the name there about the same time that I find the Dooley name, not too far from each other. I located this information about two years ago and I have been trying to put it all together. I believe that the children of Robert were Henry, Abraham, Thomas and properly James but so far none of this is pined down for sure.
I was in the Court House in Essex Co and there are many volumns that have not been researched there. I shall however, have to leave it to some of you younger ones to do the rest of the work for I am no longer able to go alone across country and do the work.
Lillian in California.

-----------------------------
May be identical:
From: Joann [mailto:joann@hpnc.com]
Sent: 12 May 1999 01:02
To: DOOLEY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOOLEY-L] Lieutenant Thomas DOOLEY

The members of CAPTAIN THOMAS BUFORDS VOLUNTEER COMPANY were:

Thomas Buford, Captain
Thomas DOOLEY, Lieutenant
Jonathan Cundiff, Ensign

Sergeants.

Nicholas Meade
William Kennedy
Thomas Fliping

In 1774, when trouble with the Indians on the western frontier necessitated sending an army to drive them back, Thomas Buford raised a volunteer company in Bedford County, and joining General Andrew Lewis beyond the Blue Ridge, marched with him on to Point Pleasant, and was killed in that famous battle on Oct. 10, 1774.

Hope this help someone.

Joann@hpnc.com 
Dowling, Thomas (I8387)
 
375 -----Original Message-----
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:mdooling@baan.nl]
Sent: 25 February 1999 01:04
To: 'Brian.Dowling@tesco.net'
Subject: Our Common Ancestry...

Hi Brian

Just been looking at your Dowling site...fantastic to have found somebody
who not
only is a probable family connection (somewhere way back) but also is
researching
(and in Laois) and uses the web.

I'm Mark Dooling, based in Bracknell, Berkshire (I'm guessing you're in
England).
I too have sites that may interest you as follows:-
http://www.redblue.com/dooling/family.htm
http://www.redblue.com/familyhistory.html

I also look after the IRLGenWeb research jump site dedicated to our
"homeland":
http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen

I am very keen to make contact and to query your Dowling/Dooling/Doolan
data.
I trace my own branch of the Doolings back to Laois 1846...reasonable
estimate of the
birth year of my g-g-grandfather Daniel Doolin in Laois - he was brought to
England
(Yorkshire) by his widow mother Elizabeth as a child. All I know about his
father is
that his name was Thomas Dooling/Doolin/Doolan/Dowling, he was a stone-mason
in
Ireland, he died before 1851, he married a woman called Elizabeth (who
according to
the Bradford census was from Laois, as was Daniel)....but there my trail
stops dead -
apart, of course from the more ancient history of our illustrious sept - the
Septs of
Leix, the Leinster Kings and all that (some of which you'll see detailed at
my site
above)....

OHAS (the genealogy research society in Ossory) are looking into it for me
but if you
have data on Laois - WOW! Can you check it out for me?

I'll willingly supply you with the full line from Daniel to present day in
return.

Looking forward to making contact- all help gratefully received.

Kind regards
Mark Dooling
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Doolin, Daniel (I1933)
 
376 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling
 
Dowling, (I1563)
 
377 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Apparently father of Michael Dowling born in 1843. Information was given via family documentation by Katherine Dowling.
The family lived in County Clare, Parish Diser, Ireland, was documented they lived near Lake Dromore. At this time no information when Michael and wife died. It is documented the family is buried in Quinn Abbey, Ireland.

The Dowlings left in Ireland are buried in Nikel, Diser, near Ennis, Clare, Ireland. All relatives buried in Quinn Abbey Churchyard about 30 miles Northwest of Limerick.

The family came to this country [USA] in 1862. Sailed to port in Rochester, New York? One brother stayed in New York and the other siblings worked their way to Kansas by laying railroad tracks. They remained in Lone Jack, Pleasant Hill, MO for 3 years, and came to Kansas in 1873 or 1875 homestead in Walnut, Kansas.

There were four farms, 160 acres each obtained from the railroad, owned by four siblings; John, Dennis, Michael and Mary who married Lawrence Markem. The farm owned by Michael Dowling passed down through the family and a great nephew and great neices own the land. The farms owned by the other siblings were sold.
- Regina Dowling
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Apparently father of Michael Dowling born in 1843. Information was given via family documentation by Katherine Dowling.
The family lived in County Clare, Parish Diser, Ireland, was documented they lived near Lake Dromore. At this time no information when Michael and wife died. It is documented the family is buried in Quinn Abbey, Ireland.

The Dowlings left in Ireland are buried in Nikel, Diser, near Ennis, Clare, Ireland. All relatives buried in Quinn Abbey Churchyard about 30 miles Northwest of Limerick.

The family came to this country [USA] in 1862. Sailed to port in Rochester, New York? One brother stayed in New York and the other siblings worked their way to Kansas by laying railroad tracks. They remained in Lone Jack, Pleasant Hill, MO for 3 years, and came to Kansas in 1873 or 1875 homestead in Walnut, Kansas.

There were four farms, 160 acres each obtained from the railroad, owned by four siblings; John, Dennis, Michael and Mary who married Lawrence Markem. The farm owned by Michael Dowling passed down through the family and a great nephew and great neices own the land. The farms owned by the other siblings were sold.
- Regina Dowling
[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Apparently father of Michael Dowling born in 1843. Information was given via family documentation by Katherine Dowling.
The family lived in County Clare, Parish Diser, Ireland, was documented they lived near Lake Dromore. At this time no information when Michael and wife died. It is documented the family is buried in Quinn Abbey, Ireland.

The Dowlings left in Ireland are buried in Nikel, Diser, near Ennis, Clare, Ireland. All relatives buried in Quinn Abbey Churchyard about 30 miles Northwest of Limerick.

The family came to this country [USA] in 1862. Sailed to port in Rochester, New York? One brother stayed in New York and the other siblings worked their way to Kansas by laying railroad tracks. They remained in Lone Jack, Pleasant Hill, MO for 3 years, and came to Kansas in 1873 or 1875 homestead in Walnut, Kansas.

There were four farms, 160 acres each obtained from the railroad, owned by four siblings; John, Dennis, Michael and Mary who married Lawrence Markem. The farm owned by Michael Dowling passed down through the family and a great nephew and great neices own the land. The farms owned by the other siblings were sold.
- Regina Dowling 
Dowling, Michael (I1767)
 
378 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling
 
Dowling, Michael (I1777)
 
379 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Came to Kansas in a covered wagon in 166/7. - Regina Dowling
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Came to Kansas in a covered wagon in 166/7. - Regina Dowling
[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Came to Kansas in a covered wagon in 166/7. - Regina Dowling 
Mulholland, Mary (I1778)
 
380 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling
 
Dowling, John J (I1779)
 
381 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.
Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Dennis came to Kansas in 1873 from MO. - Regina Dowling

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Dennis came to Kansas in 1873 from MO. - Regina Dowling

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

Dennis came to Kansas in 1873 from MO. - Regina Dowling
 
Dowling, Dennis (I1781)
 
382 -----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

No children - Regina Dowling
[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

No children - Regina Dowling
[Dowling_One_Name.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Rndowling@aol.com [mailto:Rndowling@aol.com]
Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: Dowling genealogy

Brian,
Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra,
Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis.
Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be
before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB
unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her
mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port
Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know
how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York,
and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a
record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes
my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari,
Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859.
Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty
and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the
siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa
County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father
was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to
Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother
was rosa Moore born in England.

My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and
the back of photographs. We found this information after her death.

It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this
family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was
born Clair County.

I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail
address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week.
Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful.
Sincerely, Regina Dowling

No children - Regina Dowling 
Dowling, Mary (I1783)
 
383 -----Original Message-----
From: Tracy, Sandra (FIDI) [mailto:Sandra.Tracy@fao.org]
Sent: 18 February 1999 21:35
To: KILKENNY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Passenger list of Bristol, Dublin to NY 1816

Passengers as follows: *children

Kilkenny:
Michael CONRY
Judith CONRY
*Mary CONRY
*Catharine CONRY
Margaret LAMBERT (could be LA?BERT)
Edward McLAUGHLIN
Dennis RAFT?? (RAFTer or ar possibly)
Mary CLEAR
Dennis TRACY
*Mary TRACY
*Catharine TRACY
Thomas TRACY
Michael DOWLING
John DWYER
Thomas MAXWELL (MA?WELL)

County of Cavan:
Thomas GORDON
Alexander POG??

Armagh:
Patrick CASELLY
Philip LAPHE? s or n or r

Thurles:
Michael McDONNELL
Judith McDONNELL
Margaret McDONNELL

Queens county:
John PHELAN

Dublin:
James MOORE
James COSTIGAN
Thomas BENNINGHAM
Eliza BENNINGHAM
John STEPHENS
John LINNAN
William James FARRELL

Carrichmacr??:
Mary DUFFY and child

Robert CLANCY - Athlone
Isaac CARR - Waterford
Bernard PETTIT - county of Longford
Joseph GLYNN - county of Tipperary
Thomas JAMES and Maria BRIGGS - New York
James JOHNSON and Samuel JOHNSON - near Sheffield

______________________________
 
Dowling, Michael (I1821)
 
384 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Michele (I5591)
 
385 -----Original Message-----
From:
Sent: 22 August 2004 17:41
To: sendto@dowlingfamily.info
Cc: ccto@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: :-) W-O-R-L-D
The form below was submited by form Ip address: 84.64.38.63 on August 22, 2004 at 17:40
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PageType; Update_page-
Greeting; orite big yin
Firstname; Martin Alan
Surname; Dowling
Dates; 1986
Birthtown; Edinburgh
Birthcountry; Scotland
Livetown; Edinburgh
Livecountry; Scotland
Notes; in am currently working as a barman at a pub in edinburgh.my
interests include playing guitar,mechanics,computers, and huntingand listening to all sorts of music

Genealogy; My grand father was John Henry Dowling who married Jean Farrell McGrath. He was born in London, England. My great grand father and mother were Walter Frederick Dowling and Ellen Elizabeth Rice. They came from Edmonton in London, England.

Email; martin_dowling15@msn.com
Emaildisplay; hyperlink
Goodbye; cheers folks
recipient; WORLD@dowlingfamily.info
 
Dowling, Walter Frederick (I5505)
 
386 -----Original Message-----
From: AMDGBRAUN@aol.com [mailto:AMDGBRAUN@aol.com]
Sent: 15 September 1999 08:25
To: Brian.Dowling@tesco.net
Subject: geneaology

Dear Brian,
I just visited your web site. It is really great!!
I'm from Cleveland, Ohio USA and have some research which I can share with
you if you'd like. My Grandfather was John B. (Bernard) Dowling who married
Sadie (?Mary) Huberty. Going back any father is a little unclear, the best I
can do through our census reports is to locate his parents John & Margaret
Dowling from Michigan. He didn't have any siblings. John and Margaret may
have immigrated through Canada, I don't know.
Take care. God bless you+++
Charleen (Dowling) Braun
 
Huberty, Sadie (I3567)
 
387 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Martina (I9751)
 
388 -----Original Message-----
From: Ava Dowling [mailto:adowling@parliament.gov.za]
Sent: 18 August 2004 13:17
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: DOWLING HISTORY

Good day
My name is Ava Dowling and I am from Cape Town, South Africa. My Great grandfather, Walter Creswicke Dowling, came from the UK and married a South African. He never returned to the UK and he never spoke much of his family. All I have is his birth certificate, but I would like to know what info I should give you and how you want it. In the meantime I will give you some of my family info.

- My Great Grandfather (Walter Creswicke Dowling) married and had 4 sons, namely: Son 1 Charles Humphrey(my grandfather) / Son 2 Walter / Son 3 Mariano / Son 4 John [all deceased]
- Charles Humphrey Dowling then married Francis Haupt (both deceased) and they had 4 children (2sons & 2 Daughters), namely: Daughter 1: Pearl, Daughter 2: Francis, Son 1: Cecil (deceased) and Son 2: Charles Humphrey (my father)
- My father, Charles Humphrey Dowling married Bridget Moira Walbrugh and had 5 sons and 2 daughters
Son 1: Sebastian John Dowling (married + 2 children)
Son 2: Charles Ferdinand Dowling
Son 3: Humphrey Barrow Dowling (+ 2 children)
Son 4: Cecil Cedric Dowling
Son 5: Aidan Everet Dowling(+ 3 children)
Daughter 1: Nina Bridget Dowling ( +3 children)
Daughter 2: Ava Greta Dowling (THAT's ME) (+ 1 child)

That's all for now, hope you can digest it all. This is only from my grandfathers branch, it excludes his other brothers and their families. I can give you their info as well.

Many thanks - Ava

Ms Ava G Dowling
Project Manager: SPCP
(Support to Portfolio Committees Project)
Tel: 27-21-403 8172
Fax: 27-21-403 8124
Mobile: 0027-(0)8365 35971 
Dowling, Ava Greta (I5588)
 
389 -----Original Message-----
From: Bettie morrell [mailto:moreba@bellsouth.net]
Sent: 16 December 2003 20:55
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: Thank You for the Dowling information

Sorry that I did not give you my name, but it is Bettie Morrell,and my Mother's mother was a Dowling. I may have written to you before, but please just chalk it up to to senility. Do not know how Lewis Wesley Dowling got down to Kentucky from Ohio, to meet and marry a 16 year old Mattie Sanders, but glad he did. I've heard him called a "yankee",guess they met during or after the civil war, Guess I followed along in their footsteps, for I married a yankee, and he was 12 years older than me, too. I was a tad older than 16 tho. I live in Bowling Green, Kentucky, which is in the south central part of the states, that probably makes me a "hillbilly".
Anyway thank you so much for answering me, and if you have any other information, please let me know.
This may make us sort of "kissing cousins", or the such. Thanks again. Bettie Anne Morrell 
Morrell, Bettie Anne (I5478)
 
390 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Michael Thomas (I4399)
 
391 -----Original Message-----
From: BLGT@aol.com [mailto:BLGT@aol.com]
Sent: 04 October 2004 03:31
To: DOWLING-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DOWLING] John Dowling - ca 1726

Searching for parents of John Dowling born about 1726. Married Lettice Spilman May 1, 1746 in King George co., VA. Only known child is daughter named Milly. Were there other children?
Appreciate any help. Thanks Barbara 
Dowling, John (I5637)
 
392 -----Original Message-----
From: BOB & SUZIE [mailto:BOB35@RCSIS.COM]
Sent: 24 December 2000 13:06
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Cc: BOB35@RCSIS.COM
Subject: DOWLINGS OF MASSACHUSETTES

Glad to see your website. I do not know if were related, but
my father is Robert John Dowling Sr of Pittsfield,Mass.and his brother was Albert. If you can link him to anyone contact me. Thanks Bob 
Dowling, Robert John (I4400)
 
393 -----Original Message-----
From: BOB & SUZIE [mailto:BOB35@RCSIS.COM]
Sent: 24 December 2000 13:06
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Cc: BOB35@RCSIS.COM
Subject: DOWLINGS OF MASSACHUSETTES

Glad to see your website. I do not know if were related, but
my father is Robert John Dowling Sr of Pittsfield,Mass.and his brother was Albert. If you can link him to anyone contact me. Thanks Bob 
Dowling, Robert John (I4402)
 
394 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Blake (I10059)
 
395 -----Original Message-----
From: carlfinton@hotmail.com [mailto:carlfinton@hotmail.com]
Sent: 02 January 2009 18:42 To: brian@dowlingfamily.info
Subject: DOWLING FAMILY HISTORY MESSAGE: Info for the history tree 86.4.13.54
Source; carlfinton@hotmail.com Subject: Info for the history tree

Message: Edward Dowling & Julia Hogan tree. Section 17 Patrick Dowling - item iii Sheila has a son Carl Dowling (me) born 15/6/1962. reside in Runcorn, Cheshire, England. I have 3 sons. Patrick Finton Dowling dob 30/10/90. Daniel Finton Dowling dob 30/10/2001. Aiden Finton Dowling dob 11/07/2003.
I do hope you recover from your illness and I wish you well Brian. Best regards, Carl Dowling.
 
Private (I9011)
 
396 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Charles (I9882)
 
397 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dowling, Chris (I9384)
 
398 -----Original Message-----
From: CMaryDow@aol.com [mailto:CMaryDow@aol.com]
Sent: 23 August 2000 04:41
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowlings

Hello Brian:
My husband is also Brian Thomas Dowling. His great grandfather who we think was also Brian came to Canada from Ireland. Rumour has it County Cork. It is also thought that he worked as a station agent on the railway in Northern Ireland before he came to Canada. Does any of this ring a bell with any of your family history I have been unable to find out anything about his marriage. I believe he was married in Ireland. Thanks for any information you can give me.
Chris
-----Original Message-----
From: CMaryDow@aol.com [mailto:CMaryDow@aol.com]
Sent: 03 September 2000 20:14
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Re: Dowlings

Hi Brian:
Thanks for your reply. The information I have is very sketchy as the only uncle Brian has left does not remember very much of his grandfather. The information i have is that the Brian who left Ireland was born in County Cork and worked in Northern ireland for a railway company before coming to Canada. Floyd says that he was Station Agent at an important junction between belfast and Londonderry. Floyd also says during the war he visited some relatives near Enniskillen at a farm called Florencecourt but thinks these relatives were on his grandmother's side. Unfortunately he doesn't know her name. Brian's grandfather Thomas was the first of this Dowling family born in Canada and he was born June 18, 1872. The children Thomas had were named, John Arthur, Frederick Lawrence, Floyd Douglas and Gladyne Mary May. I think they were Protestant which would be unusual for Southern Ireland wouldn't it?
Hope you can make some sense of this I wish i had more time to spend on this as I want to visit Ireland someday and see where both our roots are.
Chris
Hi Brian:
Thanks for getting back to me. Brian's Father was Frederick Lawrence. Thomas
was married to an Ella May Turner. He was the first od this Dowling family to
be born in Canada. I don't know Brian's wife's name but her maiden name may
have been Coulter. Does any of this make sense?
Chris 
Dowling, Brian (I4155)
 
399 -----Original Message-----
From: David Dowling [mailto:davidgdowling@optushome.com.au]
Sent: 14 September 2000 06:25
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Cc: brian@dowlingf9co.uk
Subject: re imformation on ancestors

Brian
I sent you an E-mail a week ago but I do not know if you received such.I have had a few techinical problems with my computor.There were a nomber of E-mails that were left in my outbox.I received an E-mail from you sometime ago,in relation to a query about my late Grandfather Joseph George Dowling,born circa1892 in the city of Liverpool England,The late Joseph George being the son of Irish Immigrant Masterbootmakers,Joseph himself apprently was the product of a very hard upbringing as were so often the case in the nineteenth century and runaway to sea onboard a old Sailingship at the tender age of twelve,Joseph I were told by my late father his eldest son David Ruebeeen Dowling, jumped ship as an illlegal immigrant in Perth Western Australia,from where he was chased by West Australian Police across the Nullabour Plain,to the east coast where he finally setteled in the Capital City of Queensland Brisbane,where he lived out his life.

Joseph Married a Ruby Johnston the daughter of a Cobb&Co Coachdriver just before World War 1 ,to my knowledge he was one of the original Anzacs who landed at Gappoli in 1915 where he fought the Turks,I beleive he was also a member of the Australian Lighthorse Brigade later on in the first world war.

After the war he settled down to various jobs around Brisbane,never great jobs but times were difficult with the great depression in the late twenties and early thirties,Joseph and his wife Ruby had five children three of whom lived to adulthood, my father being the eldest David Rueben,the second was Mervyn George,then a girl Oliveen Ruby,Aunt Olive is the only one still alive and is not able to remember much since an accident in 1989.Therefore I have nobody to turn to out here to ask questions about my late Grandfathers life.When you last E-mailed me Brian you mentioned you could look up information on the 1891census if I could find more imformation but I am afraid this is difficult as I am the eldest of the present generation of Dowlingd in this part of the world and have nobody to make enquires with,so unless you can come up with something I have come to a deadend, hoping you willfind something in your resources and reply to my E-mail I remain Yours Sincerly David George Dowling.
the Aussie link of the family
davidgdowling2 @optushome.com.au
 
Dowling, Joseph George (I4172)
 
400 -----Original Message-----
From: David Dowling [mailto:davidgdowling@optushome.com.au]
Sent: 14 September 2000 06:25
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Cc: brian@dowlingf9co.uk
Subject: re imformation on ancestors

Brian
I sent you an E-mail a week ago but I do not know if you received such.I have had a few techinical problems with my computor.There were a nomber of E-mails that were left in my outbox.I received an E-mail from you sometime ago,in relation to a query about my late Grandfather Joseph George Dowling,born circa1892 in the city of Liverpool England,The late Joseph George being the son of Irish Immigrant Masterbootmakers,Joseph himself apprently was the product of a very hard upbringing as were so often the case in the nineteenth century and runaway to sea onboard a old Sailingship at the tender age of twelve,Joseph I were told by my late father
his eldest son David Ruebeeen Dowling, jumped ship as an illlegal immigrant in Perth Western Australia,from where he was chased by West Australian Police across the Nullabour Plain,to the east coast where he finally setteled in the Capital City of Queensland Brisbane,where he lived out his life.
Joseph Married a Ruby Johnston the daughter of a Cobb&Co Coachdriver just before World War 1 ,to my knowledge he was one of the original Anzacs who landed at Gappoli in 1915 where he fought the Turks,I beleive he was also a member of the Australian Lighthorse Brigade later on in the first world war.
After the war he settled down to various jobs around Brisbane,never great jobs but times were difficult with the great depression in the late twenties and early thirties,Joseph and his wife Ruby had five children three of whom lived to adulthood, my father being the eldest David Rueben,the second was Mervyn George,then a girl Oliveen Ruby,Aunt Olive is the only one still alive and is not able to remember much since an accident in 1989.Therefore I have nobody to turn to out here to ask questions about my late Grandfathers life.When you last E-mailed me Brian you mentioned you could look up information on the 1891census if I could find more imformation but I am afraid this is difficult as I am the eldest of the present generation of Dowlingd in this part of the world and have nobody to make enquires with,so unless you can come up with something I have come to a deadend, hoping you willfind something in your resources and reply to my E-mail I remain Yours Sincerly David George Dowling.
the Aussie link of the family
davidgdowling2 @optushome.com.au 
Dowling, David George (I4177)
 

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