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Started by: barbarabanter (236) 

I am researching my family tree, just like so many others.

I no longer have an Ancestry account. If you could spare the time, I am looking into the following family BARRETT,

Bridget Barrett Born 28th August 1864 Kilworth, Fermoy, Cork, Ireland

Bridget Barrett married Maurice Ahearn, Ireland on 5th February 1891 St Michael Glendine Church, Parish of Knockanore, Waterford, Ireland

Bridget Patents Richard Barrett and Margaret Barrett, maiden name Hallinan. Ireland

Together Bridget and Maurice Ahearn had 10 children.

CHILDREN : 11 children, 10 lived

First child Born on Stephens Day Stephen Ahern Died on same day 26th December Year? A record of same on Births and Deaths Reg

1) Cecilia Ahearn
Born 3rd December 1893 Married Ed Murphy from Anglish / Ballinmeela Lived in Artlington, Boston, USA Died 8th March 1986

2) Maurice Ahern
Year Born ? Married to Winnie ? Lived in USA. No Children.

3) Mary Margaret Ahearn
Year Born ?
Nun (Sr Catherine) Lived in South Africa

4) Patrick Ahearn
Year Born?
Ordained Priest at All Hallowes Dublin, Ireland Worked in South African Missions

5) Frances Ahearn
Year Born?
Nun (Sr Monica) worked in Port Elizabeth SA

6) Christina Ahearn
Year Born?
Nun (Sr Dympna Lived in USA and then in Brisbane, Australia

7) Teresa Ahearn
Year Born?
Nun Lived in SA and died very young

8) Bridget (Bridie) Ahearn
Year Born?
Married name (Buckley) Lived in Seattle

9) Richard Ahearn
Born 17th May 1905 (Father of Cecilia Ahearn married name FitzGerald)

10) Michael Ahearn
Year Born ? Youngest Ordained Priest in All Hallowes, Dublin. Worked in African Missions SA

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