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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

A happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone! Especially to all my ancestors who made the long journey from Ireland in the 19th century:

  • John Bogue – arrived 1825, age 16, to Baltimore
  • Margaret (wife of Henry Bogue) – arrived 1825, age 43, to Baltimore
  • Mary Ann (wife of Nicholas Gorman) – arrived 1824-1826, age 26-28, from County Down to Baltimore
  • Nicholas Gorman – arrived 1827, age 48, from County Down to Baltimore
  • Henry Bogue – arrived after 1833, from County Fermanagh
  • John Cummings – arrived 1834, age 8, to Baltimore
  • Alexander Cummings (father of John Cummings) – arrived 1834, age 32, from County Tyrone to Baltimore
  • Mary McKuskey (mother of John Cummings) – arrived 1834, age 35, from County Tyrone to Baltimore
  • Thomas Leland (father of Mary Ellen Leland) – arrived after 1837, from Woodfield, Knockvicar, Co. Roscommon, Ireland
  • Mary Martin (mother of Mary Ellen Leland) – arrived after 1837
  • Patrick F. Collins – arrived before 1840, from County Cork
  • Dorothy “Dolly” Kelly (mother of James O’Conor) – arrived after 1840
  • Michael Loughran – arrived before 1842
  • Bridget Flanagan – arrived before 1842
  • Daniel Hurley – arrived before 1842
  • Maria Ann (wife of John Bogue) – arrived before 1845
  • James Lacy (father of James Joseph Lacy) – arrived 1847-1854, age 29-35, from Kilbrin, County Cork
  • James Joseph Lacy – arrived 1848, age 8, from County Cork to Baltimore
  • Mary Elizabeth Sheehan (mother of James Joseph Lacy) – arrived 1848, age 30, from County Cork to Baltimore
  • Sarah Lee Farrell – arrived 1849, age 9, from County Roscommon to Baltimore
  • Edward Francis Levelle – arrived in 1849, age 11
  • Rose McKeyley (grandmother of John Cummings) – arrived before 1850
  • Mary Josephine O’Connor – arrived 1850-1853, age 5-8, from County Cork
  • William Galvin – arrived 1850-57, age 24-31, from County Galway to Baltimore
  • James O’Conor – arrived 1852, age 23
  • Mary Ellen Leland – arrived 1853, age 16, from County Roscommon

For reference, the Great Famine lasted from 1845-1852, but there were previous failures of the potato crop:

  • 1821-1822 – Munster and Connaught
  • 1830-1831 – Counties Mayo, Donegal, and Galway
  • 1835 – Ulster
  • 1832-1834, 1836-1837, 1839, 1841, 1844 – general crop losses due to dry rot and curl

    The counties of Ireland

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