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County Cork, Ireland

This covers families living in or near Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland.

MORRISON

Michael MORRISON
&1852 Jna CUSTEEN
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Richard 1853-
 
John 1854-
 
Thomas 1856-1944
 
Richard 1857-
 
Edmund 1859-
 
Margaret 1861-
 
Michael 1864-
       
&1886 Mary MURPHY 1865-
               
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Michael 1890-1916
 
James 1893-1967
 
Hanna 1894-1966
 
Richard 1895-1965
 
John 1897-1965
 
Mary Elizabeth 1899-1975
 
Margaret 1902-1957
 
Thomas 1904-1961
 
Anastasia 1906-1996
   
& Margaret ??
 
& John O'SHEA
 
& Imelia ??
 
& Bridget GROGAN
     
& Michael McCARTHY
 
& Kathy HOARE
 
&1931 Francis Edward George EASTERBROOK 1904-1989
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Mary 1919
 
Michael 1923
 
Margaret O'SHEA
 
Dennis O'SHEA
     
Eta
 
Thomas
     
Eugene McCARTHY
 
Mary McCARTHY
 
Thomas McCARTHY
 
Michael John
 
Mary
 
Francis T EASTERBROOK 1932
 
Michael James EASTERBROOK 1935
 
Mary Margaret EASTERBROOK 1937-1994
 
Anne EASTERBROOK 1939
   
& Michael O'SHEA 1912
 
& Doreen ?? 1932
 
& John(snr) McELHERON
 
& Kathleen ?
                             
& Bina ??
 
& John ?
 
&1964 Jane BARWIS 1943
 
&1960 Dorothy Mary HAYNES 1936
     
&1959 Sydney Thomas PAWLEY 1939-2016

 

Thomas and Mary's children grew up during a turbulant time in Irish history which affected the family in many ways: The oldest son, Michael, was killed while serving in the Royal Navy in the Great War when HMS Defence was sunk during the Battle of Jutland, meanwhile the family was split in allegience between the Irish Replican Army (IRA) and the Free State Army (The Free Staters) during the partition of Ireland and the subsequent civil war.

The MORRISON family were originally from Scotland, but I have no details on how and when they arrived in County Cork.


MURPHY

James MURPHY
& Mary O'BRIEN
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Mary 1865-
&1886 Thomas MORRISON 1856-1944
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Michael MORRISON 1890-1916
 
James MORRISON 1893-1967
 
Hanna MORRISON 1894-1966
 
Richard MORRISON 1895-1965
 
John MORRISON 1897-1965
 
Mary Elizabeth MORRISON 1899-1975
 
Margaret MORRISON 1902-1957
 
Thomas MORRISON 1904-1961
 
Anastasia MORRISON 1906-1996
   
& Margaret ??
 
& John O'SHEA
 
& Imelia ??
 
& Bridget GROGAN
     
& Michael McCARTHY
 
& Kathy HOARE
 
&1931 Francis Edward George EASTERBROOK 1904-1989

 

Mary MURPHY was the only child of James Mary. Her daughter Anastasia was named after an aunt, but I don't know on which side.


Also see:

Easterbrook Family History Last Updated: Site 2018-06-23 Page 2018-06-23

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