"More O'Neal's........Other O'Neill's"

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Researcher: William Mitchel


My gggrandfather was Thomas O'Neill b. 1813 Kings County (Offaly Co.), Ireland. d. 1886 in Toronto, Canada. He married Jane Ash in 1832 on the Isle of Wight. Jane was b. 1810-1816on the Isle of St. Kitts, West Indies. Their children were: Andrew b. 1833; Thomas b. 1836; Mary Ann,b. 1840 (My ggrandmother); Margaret b. 1843 and became a nun at Sisters of Loretto in Toronto, Can. She became Sister Agatha; Theresa b. 1846; Agnes b. 1849; Jane b. 1852 and Clara Louise b. 9/30/1855. Mary Ann O'Neill m. John Daniel Dunn 1869.

This line followed down to William John Dunn, b. 1862, my grandfather. After being thrown in prison for shooting the lock off the potato warehouse,during the famine, to let the people eat, Thomas escaped from prison and fled to Lancashire, England, and joined the English Army. He was shipped to Canada in 1837 as a Loyalist to the Crown to help put down the Rebellion which was called "The Family Compact".

Bill O'Neill Mitchell in San Diego

Researcher: Julie Perkins asks for connections for any of these O'Neil's:

Seeking information on the parents or sister of James J. O'Neil/O'Neill, b.c. 1845 in NY, Ireland, or Charleston, SC. Had one sister, Mollie (Mary Ann?) and they were orphaned early in life. Parents could have been Thomas O'Neill, an Irish immigrant railroad man out of NY, and Mollie Reid, who may have died in NY. Sister Mollie may have been in the Charleston, SC orphanage before being "taken out" by the Pierre (Peter) V. Brandt family, who may have been relations. James J. fought in the Civil War and migrated afterwards to Mississippi where he married into the ALGIERS family and raised a family. Any information would be appreciated.

Julie O'Neil Perkins


Researcher: Adela Carney AdelaCarney@aol.com

I am looking for any O'Neal that married HOCUTT/HOWCUTT of NC. Most of them from Johnston Co. Also any info on CARNEY that married into O'Neal's.

Adela Carney

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