Dowling One Name Study

Phelan, Pat

Male - 1857

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  • Name Phelan, Pat 
    Gender Male 
    Emigration 1857  USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    To United States of America (but never landed) 
    Reference Number 8356 
    Died 1857  Atlantic Ocean Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • crossing from Ireland to United States of America
    Person ID I8356  Dowling-One-Name-Study
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2019 

    Family Delaney, Mary 
    Married 7 Jan 1831 
     1. Phelan, John,   b. Jun 1837  [natural]
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F2840  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
      Hi Brian,

      Thanks so much for getting back to me. It will be nice to have your hand to hold while I go thru this frustrating search.
      Today I xeroxed a package of materials to send my sisters, and cousins, well at least 6 people I think may be interested. It included the page from the baptism microfilm, and enlargement of same, enlargements of the lines (names) I copied thru the light table, map of Ireland showing Queens/Leix/Laois, marriage certificate of my great grandparents which lists their parents, a close up map showing Cappanarrow near Roscrea, and an old parish map showing the concentration of the name Patrick Phelan that I derived from the Griffith's Evaluation for Queens.
      John Phelan, my great-grandfather shows his marriage date as Aug 18, 1875 in Massachusetts, 3rd marriage, parents Patrick Phelan and Mary ---. His age is given as 38. Counting back that looks like 1837 for birthdate. On another form it looks like he has written his birthdate as June 1837 (may be a census form), anyway the age he gives on the 1880 census agrees that he was born in 1837. So the baptism line I picked up for him (possibly) goes like this:
      Aug 1837 day
      24 B John Pat Phelan Mary Delany Young Mary Phelan Coolsum
      --- John Doyle Mary
      Delaney Coolsumelean
      Well I am sorry but I will have to stop here. Must run off to an LDS meeting for the Irish Group I joined---think it's their last.
      More later,
      Helen Chamblee