Timothy and Ellen McCarthy
Ireland to Nepean Township, Ontario, Canada
January 6, 2004:
I've been looking at your web-site for awhile and find it informative
concerning the valley history.
I've been doing research on my paternal line, the Mccarthys.
Here's what I have so far.
Great great grandparents
Timothy McCarthy ( age 80? ) born Ireland
Ellen McCarthy ( age 79? ) born Ireland
John McCarthy (age 35? ) born Ireland
Margaret McCarthy (age 35? ) born Ireland
Ellen McCarthy ( age 9? ) born Nepean
Mary A. McCarthy ( age 6? ) born Nepean
Timothy McCarthy ( age 4? ) born Nepean
Charles McCarthy ( age 3 ) born Nepean
In the 1891 Census my Grandfather Timothy is married to Mary Ann (Ellen) last
name unknown. At that time they have a young child living with them, the
description being Mary Dunn, niece, age two born in Ireland. I haven't been
able to link this child with a family.
I believe my great grandfather came over on the Hebe in 1823. I'm still working
on the proof. In the mean time if you or readers have any information on this
family I'd be happy to hear from your and them.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to let you know that I received your e-mail and had a quick look for McCarthys.
There are lots of McCarthys in the records of St. Philip's at Richmond.
Here's one, which may or may not be one of yours:
4 August 1854
Marriage of John McCarthy, son of Morgan McCarthy and Margaret Murphy (deceased),
and Margaret Dunn, daughter of James Dunn and Catharine Dunn (deceased).
The witnesses were Thomas O’Sullivan and Margaret O’Sullivan.
Source: Ellen Paul's records of St. Philip's RC Church.
These folks may have lived in Nepean at the time. Just thought we should make a
note of this one because of the connection to the Dunn family.
Do you mind if I set up a new page for the McCarthys and include your
information on it? It would be nice for us to be able to sort out all
the McCarthys and Sullivans.
Fine, set up a web page. That's one of my problems - too many McCarthys.
But the ones that I listed belong to me. Perhaps someone out there has an answer
to some of my stumbling blocks.
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