Cornelius Ryan & Mary Farrell were from Butlerstown, Ballyneale, County Tipperary (plot #6), lived there from at least the 1850's until 1911.
Married in 1853 at St. Mary's Church in Ballyneale, County Tipperary, Ireland.
They had 6 children, all baptised in St. Mary's in Ballyneale (Ballyneill) :
John Ryan (b. 1854)
Thomas Ryan (b. 1856 d. Queens, NY),
Michael Ryan (b. 1861 d. 1947 Garwood, NJ),
Patrick Ryan (b. 1862 d. after 1911- not married, was a Chemist's Ass't in Carrick-on-Suir)
James Ryan (b.1863),
Mary Ryan (b. 1865 d. 1874),
Margaret Ryan (b. 1868),
Bridget Ryan (b. 1870)
and Johanna Ryan (b. 1872 d. after 1911, not married).
Thomas Ryan left Ireland in 1875 and settled in Queens, New York.
He married Mary Carberry in New York in 1878.
Thomas & Mary had 3 children: Cornelius Ryan (b. 1879 d. 1957), Joseph Ryan (b. 1881, d. 1952, married Alice Connolly), and Mary Ellen Ryan (b. 1885 d. 1979) married Joseph Flaherty.
Michael Ryan (b. 1861) married Margaret Fanning in 1884 and lived at 22 North Ave., Garwood, NJ.
They had 11 children, all born in Cranford or Garwood NJ (1886-1905):
Mary Ryan (married William T. Leonard)
John F. Ryan (married Madeline Zipprich)
Joseph T. Ryan (Rahway, NJ police officer. Married to Katherine Fox, died 1974)
Catherine Ryan (married Leonard Fenton)
Helen Ryan (married Gus Laurent)
Leo Ryan (married to Catherine Daubert),
Theresa O'Rourke (married Jack O'Rourke),
Edmund Ryan (died young, hit by a train).
GALLAGHER/ CARR / O'DONNELL:
Based in Dungloe, County Donegal, Ireland. GG-Grandparents were Hugh Gallagher (d. 1893) & Mary Carr (d. 1943 in Glasgow).
Mary Carr was born in 1850 to Charles Carr and Naula O'Donnell in Derrydruel, Dungloe, County Donegal, Ireland.
Naula O'Donnell was the daughter of John O'Donnell and Mary Bocht and came from Inishfree island (house #14).
Hugh & Mary had 6 children (all born in Dungloe):
Margaret Gallagher (married Paddy Kennedy, lived in Strabane.)
James Gallagher (b. 1884, married Ellen Boyle, d. 1929 in USA)
Charles Gallagher (b. 1888 d. 1952, Trenton, NJ)
Hannah Gallagher (married Francis Coll)
GG-Grandparents, Patrick O'Connor (b. 1804) and Mary O'Brien (b. 1808), of Newberry, County Cork, Ireland.
Came to New York City sometime in the late 1840's or early 1850's.
Julia O'Connor (d. 1926, married John Webb, operated a butcher shop in NYC)
Hannah (Virginia) O'Connor (became a Sister of Charity nun in NYC)
Ellen (Aquilla) O'Connor (became a Sister of Charity nun in NYC)
Mary O'Connor (b. 1845, married Terrance Mullaly in NYC)
Bridget O'Connor (d. 1932, married name was MURRAY)
John O'Connor (have no dates)
There was most likely a son, Thomas O'Connor, but have yet to confirm this.
Other leads I'm trying to following are a Margaret O'Connor who married a William Callahan, lived
in the Bronx. They had about 6 children. Their daughter was Catherine Glennon was born in 1889 & died in the Bronx in 1983.... another daughter, Carrie Callahan, married John Frieary in 1905 and lived in Mount Vernon, NY.
DAUBERT (and Walker):
GG-grandfather, Henry Daubert, born in Germany (Saxony) about 1843 and married Catherine Walker either in New York or New Jersey. Died in June 1875 in New York City. Wife, Catherine Walker b. 1840 County Mayo, Ireland, d. 1918 in New York City.
They had 4 children (1859-1869):
Maryanne Daubert (married William Hare),
Joseph F. Daubert (b. 1864 d.1922, married Caroline Webb & resided at 1218 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N.Y. & later, Cranford, NJ)
GG-Grandparents, Edmund Fanning & Catherine Maher. Resided in Shanbally, Kilsheelan, County Tipperary, Ireland.
They had 7 children all born in Shanbally in 1860's & 1870's:
Margaret Fanning (married Michael Ryan),
Mary Fanning (married James Laird),
Ellen Fanning (married Simon Birmingham in Roselle Park, NJ)
Dehila Fanning (married Frank Schuler),
Katie Fanning (married SCHINDLER)
James Fanning (married Mary Lyons)
All members of this Fanning clan settled in
Union County, New Jersey (Roselle Park, Elizabeth, Cranford).
Jacob Kuntz married Philipina Herrmann and migrated from Rinnthal, Bavaria, Germany to Ontario, Canada in the early 1850's. GG-grandparents were George Kuntz (b. 1852 d. 1922) & Mary Reuter (b. 1856 d. 1908).
4th great grandparents were Johann Reuter (d. before 1884) & Cresentia Oechsner (b. 1812 in Germany, d. 1884 in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada). Both were from Germany & came to Canada.
3rd great grandparents were John Reuter (b. 1833 in Germany, d. 1889 in Ontario)
and Anna Maria Schlund (b. abt 1829)
3rd great-grandparents were John Webb & Mary Cashin of Clonaslee, County Laois, Ireland.
Their children (all born in Ireland & immigrated to Ne York City)
John Webb Jr., (b 1838 d. 1884 at 1234 2nd Ave., NYC, married to Julia O'Connor)
Elizabeth Webb (d. 1883, married to Richard Kilroe)
Thomas Webb (b. 1844 d. 1882- Enlisted in the Civil War in 1861 with the famous 5th New York Infantry, "Duryée's Zouaves," & transfered to the 146th NY Zouaves in 1863),
Richard Webb (b. 1849, butcher, married Mary A. Quinn, died in Brooklyn, 1915).
Susan Webb- married to John B. Hennessy, butcher.
Catherine Webb- married to Thomas Holton (moved to New Orleans)
John Webb Jr. and his sister, Susan, immigrated to NYC from County Queens (Laois) Ireland in 1856.
Webb family owned many butcher shops through out Manhattan, one being at 60th & 2nd. John died at this location in 1884.
He married Julia O'Connor (b. 1831 County Cork, Ireland, d.1926 NYC).
Both are buried in Calvary Cemetery in Queens, NY.
John & Julia Webb's children, all born in NYC between 1866-1884:
Aquila Webb (married John Hurley)
Caroline Daubert (married Joseph Daubert)
Thomas Webb (died young)
Richard C. Webb (butcher, moved to Greenwich, Conn., married twice)
Henry Webb (died young)
John J. Webb (died in 1900)
GG-Grandparents were Daniel Brennan & Madge O'Donnell,
both born, raised and lived in Shallogans, near Fintown, County Donegal, Ireland.
Daniel Brennan's family had lived on the same plot of land since the mid-1600's. The Brennan's were once great warriors and were brought up from their ancestral county of Kilkenny to fight one of the last battles of the Cromwellian War. After the battle they were too wounded or tired to return home and found refuse in nearby Shallogans.
Daniel Brennan died in 1932, his wife Madge O'Donnell died in 1926.
They left behind 16 children:
Ann McDevitt (lived in Glenties, Ireland)
Frances Brennan (Married Charles Gallagher of Dungloe)
Nellie Brennan (Married Jared Hoch in Philadelphia)
Daniel Brennan Jr.
Rose Brennan (married Joseph Taylor in Philadelphia)
Kate Brennan (lived in Philadelphia, had a daughter, margaret- who had a son.)
Mary Brennan (Married Peter O'Donnell in Fintown)
and 2 others.
My G-grandmother, Frances Brennan (b.1890), moved to Philadelphia in 1907.
Also, researching the O'Donnell's of Shallogans.
Let's hope it gets good ones soon!