Barron Family of Texas and Ashland

A post on the FaceBook group today prompted me to list the newspaper clippings I have for the Barron family: Hannah Barron died 4 December 1900 Mary Barron to wed Henry Robinson, 1901 Barron-Robinson wedding16 October 1901 Barron-Freeland wedding 6 August 1902 Catherine Barron died 11 February 1911 Katherine (spelling) Barron's funeral 13 February 1911… Continue reading Barron Family of Texas and Ashland

Cardinal Gibbons to consecrate New Altars of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

Whilst doing some research in historical newspapers today, I came across an article in the Baltimore Sun of Saturday, September 3, 1898. The surnames found in this article include: Connor, O'Hara, Padian, Cockey, Mulcahy, McDermott, Bussey, Lindsay, Rodgers, Kenourly, Flavin, Connolly, Fitzgerald, Shea, Ryan, Kennedy, Kelly, Bradley, Hanley, Scally, Doyle, Maguire, Martin, Noppenburger, Hyland, Kenney,… Continue reading Cardinal Gibbons to consecrate New Altars of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

Col. Harry Gilmor

Col. Harry Gilmor, of Glen Ellyn, near Texas Maryland, raised a confederate regiment of Irish immigrants living in Texas Maryland. My great-great-grandfather, Patrick Scally and his brother-in-law, Michael Croghan, were among those who served in the Confederacy under Gilmor during the Civil War. Do you have an ancestor from Texas Maryland who served (on either… Continue reading Col. Harry Gilmor