Major Murphy suggested that it would be far better for

them repair their fences than fining them. Cryan

protested that his fences were in excellent repair

whilst Spellman vehemently alleged that they were down

last Spring.

Major Murphy said they would give a decree for 2s and

costs against Spellman and remarked that the money

they had paid would repair the fences if they had

agreed to do so.

 

 

Date:       Thu, 10 Jan 2002 15:08:00 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Roscommon Herald Articles No. 67

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 67

 

17 jan 1903

News in Brief

There is a Mr Eugene Crean MP now perambulating

Roscommon who is held at his true value in his native

Cork. Last year when he stood as a Town Councillor he

was left at the very bottom of the poll when he

represented Queens County, the people got so tired of

him that they hunted him and he had to try elsewhere

and with all his frothy talk indoors he has shunned

the risk of jail like the pestilence. He is a

“Bounder” of the Hebrew gold variety who will never

risk his skin in prison.

 

Date:       Thu, 10 Jan 2002 15:09:06 +0000 (GMT)

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Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Roscommon Herald Articles No. 68

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 68

 

21 mar 1903

p6

Mohill Petty Sessions

Alleged Larceny

Luke Mc Keam summoned Patrick Cryan , Mary Cryan and

Mary A Cryan for alleged larceny. Mr Corscadden - I

appear for the defendants and I would ask your

worships to let the case stand until this day

fortnight. One of the defendants - Mrs Cryan - is very

ill, and I was only informed of the matter last night

by her husband. The case was accordingly adjourned.

 

Date:       Sun, 13 Jan 2002 21:24:17 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Roscommon Herald Articles 1901

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles 1901

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

 

12 jan 1901

[p1 cartoon re irish lang]

 

26 jan 1901

p1 [gaelic notes: bilingual education art]

 

2 feb1901

Labourers act inq Intro and Creeve LAST PAGE small art

 

 

9 feb 1901

p11

[Longford town comis: Renaming the streets] art

 

2 mar 1901

p1 [cartoon re renaming the streets in Irish]

 

9 mar 1901

[longford town commissioners The Irish

Revival-streetnames art]

also[obit malachy coleman]

 

16 mar 1901

[news in brief - no's of people who speak Irish]

 

23 mar 1901

football boyle vs c o s cryan on team art

also sligo union tobacco for inmates hugh cryan art

also [ad for lecture by hyde last page]

 

30 mar 1901

[the gaelic revival: hydes lecture in ballaghdereen,

p2 long art]

also p3 castlerea petty sessions Brothers differ thos

vs martin crean art

also UIL Keash branch co sligo full of cryans art

 

6 apr 1901

[Croghan branch pat eardly, m]

 

27 apr 1901

p2 Boyle race committee cryan art

also Ballymote petty sessions Mr Cryans case art

 

25 may 1901

p1 [irish on cart, cartoon]

also Ballymote petty sessions the Keash case martin

cryan art

 

1 june 1901

p2 [voice photography: graphophone, art]

also Presentation Brothers Schools Boyle Annual sports

day

on Whit Monday John Cryan art

 

8 jun 1901

p7 Boyle no 2 district Mr Cryan re elected art

 

22 jun 1901 p3

[electric light] art

 

29 Jun 1901

Ballymote petty sessions The Keash case E. Cryan art

 

20 Jul 1901

p3 Ballymote petty sessions assault thomas cryan,

knockaligan art

Mullaghroe Petty sessions Captain Crene RM [Crean,

Crane, Crene] M.

 

3 Aug 1901

Cartoon of Crane RM [Crean, Crane, Crene]

 

10 Aug 1901

p3 Boyle Union Keadue Pump J Cryan art

also Boyle Creamery Carrowcrory Auxilliary J Cryan art

 

 

12 oct 1901

[Electric lighting of boyle, also in article- First

photo portraits]

also News in Brief Captain Crean RM [Crean, Crane,

Crene]

"Captain Crean RM who was so conspicuous during the

disturbances in Bally mote has been transferred to

Tralee"

 

9 nov 1901

Death of Luke Beirne

Ballinameen

4th last page

 

30 Nov 1901

[Voice Photography parties!]

ad

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 69

 

30 Nov 1901

News in Brief

A very interesting little work entitled “Conversation”

for the use of Irish students has been brought out by

Rev. Bernard Crehan CC and by Mr B J Goff, Elphin. The

work has been compiled by the Elphin branch of the

Gaelic League and contains matter which must prove

very interesting to the Gaelic Leaguers. It can be

obtained for 2p.

 

14 Dec 1901

p4

Terrific Blaze in Boyle

Corporal Cryan and Private Cryan

art

 

fin

 

 

Date:       Sun, 13 Jan 2002 21:25:16 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Roscommon Herald Articles No. 69

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 69

 

30 Nov 1901

News in Brief

A very interesting little work entitled “Conversation”

for the use of Irish students has been brought out by

Rev. Bernard Crehan CC and by Mr B J Goff, Elphin. The

work has been compiled by the Elphin branch of the

Gaelic League and contains matter which must prove

very interesting to the Gaelic Leaguers. It can be

obtained for 2p.

 

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Date:       Wed, 16 Jan 2002 22:52:52 EST

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] "Cregane" - Repost from Roscommon mailing list

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Pardon me if you've already seen this, but it caught my attention and I

thought I'd repost in case someone else had missed it ...

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Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 17:31:23 -0600

From: "Cathy Joynt Labath" <labaths@worldnet.att.net>

To: ROSCOMMON-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: [Roscommon-l] Connaught Journal; Aug 14, 1823

 

Connaught Journal

published Galway, Ireland

Thursday, August 14,  1823

On the night of Sunday last, between the hours of twelve and one, the

houseof a man named DUGAN, residing at Cregane, near this town, parish of

Drum,Co Roscommon, was maliciously set on fire by a party of incendiaries.

Thepoor man and family were buried asleep in bed, at the time, but were

providentially awakened by the suffocating impressions they were

receivingfrom the smoke, and escaped without injury. Their house and little

furniture, however, fell prey to the flames. This and former outrages,

arethe emanations of a system, which, lurking in the neighbourhood, gives,

byintervals, manifestations of its existence, without being as yet

discovered.---Athlone Herald.

 

 

 

Cathy Joynt Labath

Ireland Newspaper Abstracts

http://www.newspaperabstracts.com/Ireland/

Irish in Iowa

http://www.celticcousins.net/irishiniowa/

Joynt / Joint Family Chronicles

http://www.celticcousins.net/joynt/

 

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From:      "Melinda Jean Fountain" <mf004g@mail.rochester.edu> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

To:          caoimhghin@yahoo.com

Subject:  Cryan research

Dear Kevin,

My name is Melinda Fountain, I am a college student in Upstate New York

in

the United States doing some research on my grandmother's Irish

heritage.  Like so many Americans we don't have very well kept family

records, so I am starting my with grandmother's surname of Cryan and

trying

to go backward from there.  I know that she was born in 1916 and that

both of her parents were immigrants from Ireland, but that's as far

back as I can go.  This is quite a challenge!  Since you have done such

extensive research

on the Cryan family I was wondering if you could let me know some basic

information, such as if the Cryan name is very common in Ireland (or

was) and depending on that answer if you have any advice on getting

started.

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

 

Melinda Fountain

 

Date:       Sat, 19 Jan 2002 14:30:09 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  lists

To:          caoimhghin@yahoo.com, caoimhghin@writerscentre.ie

Roscommon Herald 1900

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

 

 

3 Feb

p8

Boyle Teachers As.

Cryan

m.

 

17 feb

[lighting of Boyle]

 

3 mar

p3

Messrs John Cryan Boyle

and John Gavican, Mockmoyne were admitted shareholders

Boyle Creamery

m.

 

28 Apr

p9 UIL

[Splendid demo at Croghan]

art

 

18 aug

p1

[Motor cars in Boyle]

art

p3

[obit James Beirne Warren Boyle]

art

 

25 aug

News in Brief

All arrangements are now complete for the holding of

the Boyle Athletic and Cycling Sports which take place

on Sunday in the Drill Field which has been kindly

given for the occasion by Mr John Cryan.

see also p5 report of event

m.

 

1 sep

Summer Hill College Sligo

Honors List

Edward Crean

Pass in Latin French English Arithmetic Euclid

m.

also

News in Brief

Miss Amy Cryan, daughter of Mr Cryan the respected

teacher of Townybrack National School Ballaghdereen,

has taken second place in all Ireland in the Middle

Grade Intermediate Examination.

m.

 

15 Sep

p5

Ballymote Petty Sessions Sligo

A Keash Licensing Case

Martin Cryan and Margaret Cryan

art.

 

29 sep

p1

Boyle Creamery

James Cryan

m.

also p4

Ballymote Petty Sessions Sligo

Old Case of Trespass

Catherine Cryan

art

 

6 oct

News in Brief

[Marriage of Constance Gore Booth]

 

27 oct

[Boyle Qtr Sess- An Estersnow case- Beirne]

art

 

27 oct

Ballymote Petty Sessions Sligo

Poaching

Mary Cryan

art

 

3 nov

p1

[Croghan great october fair]

art

 

17 nov 1900

Dromod Petty Sessions [fr hourican, drumsna]

 

24 Nov 1900

[p1 the gaelic league, croghan creamery cartoon,

p3 extraordinary scene at croghan creamery]

 

24 nov 1900

[croghan petty sessions

An Eastersnow case Martin Beirne

art]

 

1 Dec 1900

p1 1st col

[Longford notes Gaelic League and gaelic notes, art]

[land sub commission Longford, hourican]

 

8 dec 1900

[p1 Gaelic notes art]

also [obit p3 p. houtican]

also [Hyde and mcAleese art]

 

15 dec 1900

News in Brief [hyde's play and lecture]

also [castlerea district news: gaelic revival in

castlrea]

 

22 dec 1900

[gaelic notes: irish in school art]

[hyde [war items page] 7the col art]

 

fin

 

Roscommon Herald Articles 1901

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

 

12 jan 1901

[p1 cartoon re irish lang]

 

26 jan 1901

p1 [gaelic notes: bilingual education art]

 

2 feb1901

Labourers act inq Intro and Creeve LAST PAGE small art

 

 

9 feb 1901

p11

[Longford town comis: Renaming the streets] art

 

2 mar 1901

p1 [cartoon re renaming the streets in Irish]

 

9 mar 1901

[longford town commissioners The Irish

Revival-streetnames art]

also[obit malachy coleman]

 

16 mar 1901

[news in brief - no's of people who speak Irish]

 

23 mar 1901

football boyle vs c o s cryan on team art

also sligo union tobacco for inmates hugh cryan art

also [ad for lecture by hyde last page]

 

30 mar 1901

[the gaelic revival: hydes lecture in ballaghdereen,

p2 long art]

also p3 castlerea petty sessions Brothers differ thos

vs martin crean art

also UIL Keash branch co sligo full of cryans art

 

6 apr 1901

[Croghan branch pat eardly, m]

 

27 apr 1901

p2 Boyle race committee cryan art

also Ballymote petty sessions Mr Cryans case art

 

25 may 1901

p1 [irish on cart, cartoon]

also Ballymote petty sessions the Keash case martin

cryan art

 

1 june 1901

p2 [voice photography: graphophone, art]

also Presentation Brothers Schools Boyle Annual sports

day

on Whit Monday John Cryan art

 

8 jun 1901

p7 Boyle no 2 district Mr Cryan re elected art

 

22 jun 1901 p3

[electric light] art

 

29 Jun 1901

Ballymote petty sessions The Keash case E. Cryan art

 

20 Jul 1901

p3 Ballymote petty sessions assault thomas cryan,

knockaligan art

Mullaghroe Petty sessions Captain Crene RM [Crean,

Crane, Crene] M.

 

3 Aug 1901

Cartoon of Crane RM [Crean, Crane, Crene]

 

10 Aug 1901

p3 Boyle Union Keadue Pump J Cryan art

also Boyle Creamery Carrowcrory Auxilliary J Cryan art

 

 

12 oct 1901

[Electric lighting of boyle, also in article- First

photo portraits]

also News in Brief Captain Crean RM [Crean, Crane,

Crene]

"Captain Crean RM who was so conspicuous during the

disturbances in Bally mote has been transferred to

Tralee"

 

9 nov 1901

Death of Luke Beirne

Ballinameen

4th last page

 

30 Nov 1901

Voice Photography parties!

ad

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 69

 

30 Nov 1901

News in Brief

A very interesting little work entitled “Conversation”

for the use of Irish students has been brought out by

Rev. Bernard Crehan CC and by Mr B J Goff, Elphin. The

work has been compiled by the Elphin branch of the

Gaelic League and contains matter which must prove

very interesting to the Gaelic Leaguers. It can be

obtained for 2p.

 

14 Dec 1901

p4

Terrific Blaze in Boyle

Corporal Cryan and Private Cryan

art

 

fin

Roscommon Herald 1902

 

4 Jan

UIL Keash

JM Cryan JP

 

Boyle Union

John Cryan JP

m.

 

Football

Boyle Freebooters

Jack Cryan

M.

 

11 Jan

(Strokestown Petty Sessions

man bound to the peace for speaking Irish)

 

Jan 18

(Larceny -French girl tried with french trans)

 

Boyle Race Committee

Appeal to the town

J Cryan

Art

 

8 Feb

p4 Boyle Teachers Association

"(3) That we deeply sympathise with Mr Cryan and

family of Croghan on the premature death of John

Cryan" EJ Kenny and PJ Beirne, secs

 

 

15 mar

Boyle v Castlerea

John Cryan

Art

 

(P2 Ballaghdereen

Coleman-creamery)

 

Boyle Union

J Cryan jp

 

Supplement to Herald

Funeral of Henrietta Fry

With MR J Cryan and P Beirne NT Croghan

m

 

22 mar

p2 Obituary

Death of Miss Mary J Cryan

Croghan Female School

art

 

Supplement to Herald

Roscommon Union

Application of inmate Andrew Crean

5 children

art

 

April 5

(Erin the tear …

Lessons in Irish)

 

(Supplement to Herald

Death of centenarian Ellen Egan 113

b.1789)

 

19 apr

(Gaelic  notes-Sinn Fein

Hybrids re: Irish language)

 

Death of EC Robinson?

J Cryan

m.

 

Boyle Creamery

J Cryan

Art

 

26 Apr

News in Brief

Mr John Cryan, Chairman of Boyle No 2 District Council

purchased a well bred bull at the Dublin Cattle Show

for £40 from the representatives of the Rev. Mr Smith,

Oaklands, Boyle.

 

Boyle Race Meeting

John Cryan

M

 

Lime for Sale at Cryans Kilns (Lately Judges)

Ad.

 

8 Mar

Obituary

Mrs Catherine Cryan

Bridgetown Carrick-on-Sshannon

Pat and John [sons]

Kate, S.J. and B. Fallon [daughters]

art.

 

3 May

The Elections

Boyle no 2

Templevanny John M Cryan

Carrowcrory

m.

 

14 Jun

Shocking Accident near Boyle

Mr Cryan’s

[death of John Naylor]

art.

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 64

13 Sep 1902

News in Brief

The numerous friends of Master T. Finn of Clooneen,

Gurteen, Co. Sligo, will be glad to hear of his

success at the recent Civil Service examination. Great

credit is due to Master Finn as he attended Mr.

Cryan’s Civil Service classes only for four months

preceding the examination and was so fortunate to be

so successful on his first attempt.

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 65

13 Sep1902

Boyle Marriages

Cryan and Devine - On September 2nd at St Francis

Xavier’s church, Gardiner St, Dublin, with Nuptial

Mass, Mr. John Cryan, merchant of Bridge St, Boyle was

married to Miss Eleanor, Mary (May) Devine, second

eldest daughter of Mr. Fitzmaurice Devine, merchant,

Ballyfarnon, Co Roscommon. The marriage ceremony was

performed by Rev George J Coyle PP, Highwood, assisted

by Very Rev Canon B R Coyne PP VF, Boyle, and the Very

Rev Fr Conmee SJ.

 

18 Oct 1902

Obituary

Michael Cryan

Ballymote Co Sligo

art.

 

25 oct 1902

[page 1 A Strange Language]

art

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 66

 

15 Nov 1902

Boyle Petty Sessions

Bernard Cryan summoned his neighbour James Spellman,

for the trespass of calves on his tillage on the 25th

and 29th of September. Spellman had a cross-case

against Cryan for the trespass of a goat on his land

on the 5th of November.

Major Murphy suggested that it would be far better for

them repair their fencesthan fining them. Cryan

protested that his fences were in excellent repair

whilst Spellman vehemently alleged that they were down

last Spring.

Major Murphy said they would give a decree for 2s and

costs against Spellman and remarked that the money

they had paid would repair the fences if they had

agreed to do so.

 

22 nov 1902

p10

Sligo Union

Big Change Proposed

Hugh Cryan

art

 

13 dec 1902

page 1[The Growth of the Gaelic League]

cartoon

 

13 dec 1902

Mohill Petty Sessions

Threatening Language

Joseph Cryan Aughadrumbeg

art

 

13 dec 1902

p8

Boyle Sub Land Commission

Cryan v King - Harman

James Cryan and son Andrew Cryan

art

 

20 dec 1902

p1

[the Anti-Gaelic Irish]

cartoon

 

fin

Roscommon Herald 1903

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 67

 

17 jan 1903

News in Brief

There is a Mr Eugene Crean MP now perambulating

Roscommon who is held at his true value in his native

Cork. Last year when he stood as a Town Councillor he

was left at the very bottom of the poll when he

represented Queens County, the people got so tired of

him that they hunted him and he had to try elsewhere

and with all his frothy talk indoors he has shunned

the risk of jail like the pestilence. He is a

“Bounder” of the Hebrew gold variety who will never

risk his skin in prison.

 

21 mar 1903

p3

St Patricks Day in Ballaghdereen

art

 

 

cryan-l@rootsweb.com

Roscommon Herald Articles No. 68

 

21 mar 1903

p6

Mohill Petty Sessions

Alleged Larceny

Luke Mc Keam summoned Patrick Cryan , Mary Cryan and

Mary A Cryan for alleged larceny. Mr Corscadden - I

appear for the defendants and I would ask your

worships to let the case stand until this day

fortnight. One of the defendants - Mrs Cryan - is very

ill, and I was only informed of the matter last night

by her husband. The case was accordingly adjourned.

 

 

18 apr 1903

p3

[Castlerea man reminiscences

- history of castlerea - ]

art

 

25 apr 1903

p6

Boyle Petty Sessions

Sanitary Prosecutors

James Cryan , Ballinultha

art

 

2 may 1903

Mohill Petty Sessions (Co Leitrim)

Entreating Recognizances

Patrick Cryan

art

 

9 may 1903

p6

Bawnboy Union (Co Cavan)

Medical and Surgical Appliances

Dr Crean Newtowngore

art

 

16 may 1903

Obituary

[same page as Boyle Petty Sessions]

Michael Cryan , Carrowreagh, Carrick on Shannon

art

 

6 jun 1903

p6

Mr Cryan Re-elected Chairman

art

 

13 Jun

p8

List of all Applications [ad]

John M Cryan

art

 

27 June

p1

A Silent Member [drawing]

Councillor Cryan JP at Ballinafad Court

art

 

27 June

p3

Boyle Union

J Cryan JP

m

 

27 June

Ballinafad Petty Sessions (Co Sligo)

J M Cryan JP

m

 

18 July

p5

Bawnboy Union

Dr Crean

m

 

8 aug

p6

Ballaghdereen Petty Sessions (Co Mayo)

A Cregane Dispute

Martin Cryan

art

 

29 aug

p5

Boyle Petty Sessions

Assault [in Cryan’s Pub]

The Cross Cases

art

 

5 sep

p6

Ballaghdereen Petty Sessions (Co Mayo)

River as Mearing

Cregane

Martin Cryan

art

Date:       Mon, 21 Jan 2002 18:44:54 -0500

From:      "Melinda Jean Fountain" <mf004g@mail.rochester.edu> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

To:          "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com>

Subject:  Re: Cryan research

Dear Caoimhghin,

Thanks very much for the link!  I am actually still working on finding

out

my great grandparents names (they were the ones that came to America,

my

grandmother was a first generation American) and if possible where they

were from.  My mother thinks they were Matthew and Elizabeth but I'm

checking with other relatives.  I would appreciate it if I was added to

the list also as you mentioned. Thank you very much again for your

help!

 

Melinda Fountain

 

On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, [iso-8859-1] Caoimhghin O Croidheain wrote:

 

> Hi

> Nice to hear from you - I dont know if you know about

> my site www.geocities.com/caoimhghin - click on family

> history. You will see lists of files from the

> cryan-list started in  jan 1998. Do a search through

> these files using search and find with the names of

> people and places you do know.

>

> I suggest you join the list [it is free] and ask the

> researchers to help you as some of them have very

> extensive records of births etc. Cryan is a rare name

> - do you know your grandparents names and which part

> of Ireland they came from?

> I can ask Leslie the moderator to include your email

> address on the List.

>

> caoimhghin

>Date:    Wed, 23 Jan 2002 12:14:39 -0800 (PST)

From:       "karen cryan" <cryankaren@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  Re: [Cryan et al.] grandmother's surname Cryan

To:          "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com>

Melinda

 

On the question of how common the name of Cryan is - I

have never said the name to anyone without having to

spell it!! That's in Dublin anyway, down the country

is probably a bit different. Good luck with your

research!

 

Karen Cryan

 

Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:19:51 GMT

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:19:51 +0000 (GMT)

From: =?iso-8859-1?q?Caoimhghin=20O=20Croidheain?=

<caoimhghin@yahoo.com>

Subject: Archdeacon Michael Cryan

To: cryan-l@rootseb.com

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The Mayo News Online

 

http://www.mayonews.ie/current/archive3.tmpl$showpage?value1=31947820669998&datevar=&headlinevar=cryan&headlinecompvar=wo§ionvar=

 

28/03/2001

                Death of Archdeacon Michael Cryan

 

 

Death of Archdeacon Michael Cryan

 

The parish of Kiltimagh lost a much loved and

respected priest when Archdeacon Michael Cryan died at

Garden Hill Hospital, Sligo on March 12. Archdeacon

Cryan, or “Canon Cryan” as he was affectionately known

in the parish, had been hospitalised for some time and

news of his death was received with sorrow and regret

by all in the parish. He was brother of the late

Monsignor Paul Cryan, P.P. Swinford and was also

predeceased by his brother, Gerard. He had served as

parish priest since 1980 and on his retirement in 1995

he decided to stay on in Kiltimagh and lived with his

sister, Mary, in Cordarragh.

Canon Cryan was born in Ballymote, Co Sligo on May 19,

1920 and ordained to the priesthood in Maynooth

College in 1945. After his ordination he went to

England where he ministered in the diocese of

Nottingham in Leicester, Alfreton, Lincoln City and

Grimsby until he returned to Ireland in 1953 to work

as chaplain at the St. John of God Novitiate,

Ballinamore, Kiltimagh.

In 1954 he was transferred as chaplain to the Mercy

Convent in Collooney where he spent three years before

being appointed curate in Kilmactigue in 1957. In 1963

he was transferred to Charlestown and in 1970 he was

appointed Administrator in Tourlestrane where he

ministered for seven years. From 1977 until he was

appointed Parish Priest in Kiltimagh he was

Administrator at the Cathedral in Ballaghadereen. He

was appointed Canon in 1990 and Archdeacon in 1992.

During his time in Kiltimagh, Canon Cryan never spared

himself in the interests of his parishioners and after

many years of lobbying the various bodies he was a

happy and proud man on the day the new boys and girls

primary school was officially opened and blessed. He

also undertook a heavy workload in modernising the

church and grounds and always kept them in immaculate

condition. He was a man who was able to relate to

young people in a unique way and they also had a great

affection for him. But above all else he was a caring

and dedicated priest with a sense of humour who will

be remembered in the years ahead for his many acts of

kindness and, especially, for his concern for the sick

and elderly.

Removal took place from his residence to the Church of

the Holy Family and the Requiem Mass on the following

day was celebrated by Bishop of Achonry, Dr. Thomas

Flynn. He was assisted by three former classmates of

Canon Cryan—Bishop Michael Russell, retired bishop of

Waterford and Lismore, Fr. Joe Moran, Barnacarroll and

Fr. Seamus Boland, Kilalla as well as a large number

of priests from the diocese. Burial took place

afterwards in the church grounds.

The community in Kiltimagh extends sympathy to Canon

Cryan’s sister, Mary; four nieces, nephews-in-law,

grandnieces, relatives, friends, Bishop Flynn and the

priests of the diocese.

May his kind and gentle soul rest in peace.

 

Reply-to:                "FamSpack" < >

From:      "FamSpack" < > | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:24:28 -0000

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Re : Cryan

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Melida,

Kevin put your email om the Cryan list

The following may be helpful

i) The first job is to obtain your grandmother's birth certificate

which

will give the names of her parents. The USA is well documented. Try

asking a

search engine for birth certificate.

 

ii) Then the immigration records of her parents You will have to ask

around

for that as I am not from the USA, though there are many on the Cryan

group

who will give advice

 

iii) There is a very good website which gives immigrants into USA via

Ellis

Island   Click here http://ww.ellisisland.org

NB there are other ports of entry into the USA and it looks as if

people are

recorded each time they went through the port so one person may appear

2 or

3 times

 

iv) Then as most of the Cryan name come from the borders of Co Sligo

and Co

Roscommon try http://www.leitrim-roscommon.com  which gives entry to

data

from the 1901 census of Ireland and the Griffiths Valuation and lots of

other goodies that are useful , explore the whole site - these lists

are not

complete and are being added to all the time, I have been involved in

transcribing the 1901 census for North Roscommon and South County Sligo

where you may find interesting data but I can not say whether it is of

your

family.

NB 1 Information is only on the internet if someone has put it there

absence

does not mean that it does not exist

NB 2 Most families from the west of Ireland lived on farms so any

mention of

a town may only mean the nearest town.

I hope that this is helpful and gives you a start.

Eve

 

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:14:54 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Obituary Daily Times [Cryan]

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Search on Cryan in Obituary Daily Times in Rootsweb

37 found

 

BAILEY, Bernice E "Bunny" (CRYAN); 82; Lebanon NH;

Concord M; 1998-1-16; cgdbout

BAILEY, Bernice E "Bunny" (CRYAN); 82; Lebanon NH;

Manchester U-L; 1998-1-16; cgdbout

CRYAN, Alberg C G; ; ; Newsday (NY); 1998-6-10; rpng

CRYAN, Alice (McALPIN); 73; Beaumaris ON; Bracebridge

Examiner; 2000-2-16; ekim

CRYAN, Angela "Dolly" (FRAVESI); 89; Agawam MA; Agawam

A-N; 2000-8-10; pml

CRYAN, Angela "Dolly" (FRAVESI); 89; Agawam MA; Spfld

U-N; 2000-8-9; fgibeau

CRYAN, Angela L "Dolly" (FRAVESI); 89; Agawam MA;

Spfld U-N; 2000-8-10; fgibeau

CRYAN, Catherine M (FITZGERALD); 85; Hamilton NJ; The

Times (NJ); 1999-7-23; caroilh

CRYAN, Charles J; 73; Barnegat NJ; ATC Press;

2001-7-6; cbentiv

CRYAN, Dorothy E; 71; Farmingdale NY>Rockledge FL;

Florida Today; 2001-12-21; mrm

CRYAN, Dorothy (SCIUPIDER); ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo

News; 2000-4-21; opnjudy

CRYAN, Gladys (HOUSE); 81; Lakeland FL; Ledger;

1997-12-13; clbates

CRYAN, Jessie May; 88; ; San Jose M-N (CA); 1999-4-29;

bjw

CRYAN, John J; ; Haverhill MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-16; cgdbout

CRYAN, John J; ; Haverhill MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-17; cgdbout

CRYAN, John Michael; 40; Lake Simcoe ON; Guelph Daily

Mercury; 2000-2-21; koorn

CRYAN, M Hazel (SHERMAN); ; Saugus MA; Boston Globe;

2001-1-4; troll

CRYAN, M Hazel (SHERMAN); ; Saugus MA; Boston Globe;

2001-1-5; troll

CRYAN, M Kathleen "Kay" (MURPHY); 76; St Thomas ON; St

Thomas T-J; 1999-5-18; kbutler

CRYAN, M Kathleen "Kay" (MURPHY); 76; St Thomas ON; St

Thomas T-J; 1999-5-19; kbutler

CRYAN, Mary Ethyl (CALVERT); 56; Houston TX>Hindsville

AR; Madison C-R; 2000-8-24; rprkr

CRYAN, Mary Ethyl (CALVERT); 56; Huntsville AR;

Mornews; 2000-8-18; pat

CRYAN, Maxine Elizabeth (McKAOUN); 85; Paradise CA;

Chico E-R; 2001-3-16; mrs

CRYAN, Maxine Elizabeth (McKAOUN); 85; Paradise CA;

Paradise P; 2001-3-17; mrs

CRYAN, Paul Joseph; 73; Lowell MA>Westerly RI; Prov

Journal; 1999-6-22; wgroberge

CRYAN, Robert; 58; Waynesboro PA; Hagerstown M-H (MD);

2000-10-24; gschubert

CRYAN, Robert; 58; Waynesboro PA; The Morning Call;

2000-10-23; tjbdpa

CRYAN, Shirley Lois (FREEMAN)[CULKIN]; 67; Chicago

IL>Pacific Grove CA; Times Herald Rec (NY);

2001-10-24; wwwalton

FOOTE, Sheryl C (CRYAN); 61; Albany NY>Boston MA;

Nashua T (NH); 1999-12-16; cgdbout

FOOTE, Sheryl (CRYAN); 61; Albany NY>Boston MA;

Manchester U-L; 1999-12-16; cgdbout

KELLY-CRYAN, Joan Frances; ; metro Chicago IL; Chicago

Tribune; 1996-3-17; trumbullc

MORSE, Maureen G (CRYAN); 59; Hamilton NJ; The Times

(NJ); 1999-12-28; caroilh

PATTERSON, Harriet C (CRYAN); 69; Whitefield NH>Lower

Allen Township PA; Sentinel; 1999-3-4; wwwalton

PATTERSON, Harriet (CRYAN); 69; Harrisburg PA;

Harrisburg P-N; 1999-3-4; mam

ROONEY, Regina "Jean" (CRYAN); 86; Brooklyn NY;

Ridgefield P (CT); 1998-2-5; bjw

STADVEC, Mary (CRYAN); 68; Pennsville NJ; The Times

(NJ); 1999-3-26; caroilh

TRACY, Mary Elizabeth (CRYAN); 75; Boston MA>Keene NH;

Windsor Chronicle (VT); 2000-6-9; jcary

 

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:16:32 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Obituary Daily Times [Crean]

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Search on Crean in Obituary Daily Times in Rootsweb

62 found

 

CAMPOMENOSI, June (CREAN); 78; Staten Island

NY>Mandeville LA; Times-Picayune; 2000-2-9; mlc

CAMPOMENOSI, June Crean; 78; Staten Island NY>New

Orleans LA; Times-Picayune; 2000-2-11; mlc

CREAN, Anna G; 92; MA>New Milford CT; Spfld U-N (MA);

1998-11-14; fgibeau

CREAN, Anthony G; 70; Queens NY>W Hartford CT;

Hartford Courant; 2000-6-23; townsend

CREAN, Anthony G; 70; Queens NY>W Hartford CT;

Hartford Courant; 2000-6-24; townsend

CREAN, Bridget T "Bridie" (GANLEY); ; Winthrop MA;

Boston Globe; 1999-11-28; cgdbout

CREAN, Bridget T "Bridie" (GANLEY); ; Winthrop MA;

Boston Globe; 1999-11-29; cgdbout

CREAN, Dixie (); 83; Hazel Park MI; Detroit News;

1995-9-18; cwkirsch

CREAN, Dolores R (DUCLOS); 68; Granby MA; Spfld U-N;

1997-6-5; namefinder

CREAN, Doris M (ROUKEY); ; Brockton MA; Boston Globe;

2000-6-19; cgdbout

CREAN, Edith Patricia ( ); ; London ON; London F-P;

1997-5-23; blawton

CREAN, Edna J (ELMORE); ; Brighton MA; Boston Globe;

1998-5-22; bg

CREAN, Ellen C ( ); ; Waltham MA; Boston Globe;

2001-2-13; troll

CREAN, Ellen C miss; ; Waltham MA; Boston Globe;

2001-2-12; troll

CREAN, Ellen Isabel (KEARNEY); ; Vancouver BC; Vanc

Sun; 1999-10-8; mumtaz

CREAN, Emma P; 85; Lorain OH; Lorain J; 1999-7-29;

njmlj

CREAN, Ethna (O'LOUGHLIN); ; Dublin DUB IRL; Irish

Examiner (COR IRL); 2001-4-24; dja

CREAN, Frances A (FITZGERALD); ; Silver Spring

MD>Longwood FL; Wash DC Post (DC); 1999-12-16; jwilly

CREAN, Gerald; 76; Bloomingdale NJ; Newark S-L;

1998-3-22; fgibeau

CREAN, Gerald; 77; West Springfield MA; Spfld U-N;

2001-4-28; fgibeau

CREAN, Hubert J; ; East Aurora NY; Buffalo News;

1995-11-29; mbaron

CREAN, Hubert M; ; Arlington VA; Wash DC Post (DC);

2000-2-15; jwilly

CREAN, Isabelle B ( ); 80; Ocean City NJ; ATC Press;

2000-2-29; cbentiv

CREAN, James A; 61; Agawam MA; Spfld U-N; 1999-10-26;

fgibeau

CREAN, James A; 61; Springfield MA; Agawam A-N;

1999-10-28; pml

CREAN, John; ; Cork COR IRL; Irish Examiner;

2001-2-26; dja

CREAN, John J; 72; Wrentham MA; Worcester T-G;

2000-12-13; jmd

CREAN, John J; 72; Wrentham MA; Worcester T-G;

2000-12-14; jmd

CREAN, John James Jr; 76; Bronx NY>Salisbury NC;

Gaston G; 2001-1-20; wrabb

CREAN, Katherine M (SULLIVAN); 95; Worcester MA;

Worcester T-G; 1995-12-12; cwhee

CREAN, Kathryn Victoria "Kay"; 79; New York

NY>Annapolis MD; Annap MD Capital; 2000-6-29;

gilligaloo

CREAN, Lady Ellen Isabel (KEAMEY); ; Vancouver BC;

Province; 1999-10-8; verbeek

CREAN, Marian A (MATTER); ; South Wales NY; Buffalo

News; 1998-4-8; opnjudy

CREAN, Marie G (HEALY); 92; Salem MA; Manchester U-L

(NH); 2001-6-10; pboro

CREAN, Marie G (HEALY); 92; Salem MA; Salem E-N;

2001-6-11; matms

CREAN, Mary ( ); ; ; Newsday (NY); 2000-4-30; rpng

CREAN, Mary "May"; ; Ballyphehane Cork COR IRL;

Evening Echo; 2001-10-25; dja

CREAN, Maryrose M; 73; Westfield MA; Spfld U-N;

2001-5-7; fgibeau

CREAN, Michael James; 32; Rancho Cordova CA;

Sacramento Bee; 1997-10-23; sandrah

CREAN, Patrick; ; Clonmel TIP IRL; Irish Examiner (COR

IRL); 2001-10-18; dja

CREAN, Patrick Father; ; Knockanemore Ovens COR IRL;

Irish Examiner; 2001-3-22; dja

CREAN, Peter; 37; Kenmare KER IRL>QC; Cork Examiner

(COR IRL); 1867-5-29; dja

CREAN, Richard; ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo News; 2000-4-17;

opnjudy

CREAN, Robert F; 78; Philadelphia PA>Las Vegas NV; Las

Vegas R-J; 1999-8-24; rossy

CREAN, Robert F; 78; Philadelphia PA>North Las Vegas

NV; Las Vegas Sun; 1999-8-24; neb

CREAN, Rose J (SCHMITZ); ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo News;

1998-11-17; opnjudy

CREAN, Rosemary E (GRAY); 70; Salem MA; Salem E-N;

2001-1-19; matms

CREAN, Sean Michael; ; Bay Shore NY; Newsday;

1997-3-12; rpng

CREAN, Thomas B J; 80; Syracuse NY; Syr PS; 1999-3-14;

siram

CREAN, Thomas J; 74; Southbury CT; Voices; 1999-6-30;

hakjak

DAWSON, Margaret E (CREAN); 82; MA; R Greenfield;

2000-2-3; rwwl

DAWSON, Margaret E (CREAN); 82; Springfield MA; Spfld

U-N; 2000-2-2; fgibeau

DWYER, Eileen M (CREAN); 80; Branford CT; Meriden R-J;

2000-12-21; ajrgii

HOOD, Helen Marie (CREAN); 84; Buffalo NY>Truckee CA;

Reno G-J (NV); 1999-12-14; spike

JAMBORA, Jacqueline F (CREAN); 69; Palmer MA; Spfld

U-N; 1999-2-20; fgibeau

JOPSON, Patricia M (CREAN); 69; Westfield MA; Spfld

U-N; 1998-11-19; fgibeau

JUDGE, Jean L (CREAN); 96; Concord MA; Spfld U-N;

1998-10-23; fgibeau

O'LEARY, Valerie (CREAN); ; Gortanelig COR IRL; Irish

Examiner; 2001-12-18; dja

PERIGORD, Lillian M (CREAN); 85; Westfield MA; Spfld

U-N; 2000-10-17; fgibeau

TIERNEY, Elizabeth L (CREAN); ; Baltimore MD;

Baltimore Sun; 2001-12-25; siwel

WEST, Margaret M (CREAN); 74; Buffalo NY>Sayre PA;

Evening Times; 1999-3-27; jndann

WEST, Margaret M (CREAN); 74; Buffalo NY>Sayre PA;

Evening Times; 1999-3-27; jndann

 

 

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:18:24 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Obituary Daily Times [Crehan]

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Search on Crehan in Obituary Daily Times in Rootsweb

51 found

 

CREHAN, Alfred E; 70; Chester NY; Times Herald Rec;

1999-3-3; wwwalton

CREHAN, Anna M (SULLIVAN); 94; Weymouth MA; Boston

Globe; 1997-7-17; jgraham

CREHAN, Barbara Ann; 55; Natick MA; Middlesex N;

1996-6-1; jgraham

CREHAN, Barbara Ann (POWELL); 55; Natick Ma; Middlesex

N; 1996-5-31; jgraham

CREHAN, Carol J (BROST); ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo News;

1997-5-4; opnjudy

CREHAN, Carola (TRASK); 56; Norwood MA; Natick

Bulletin; 1996-9-19; jgraham

CREHAN, Catherine B (KEOWN); 76; Wrentham MA; Boston

Globe; 2000-4-27; cgdbout

CREHAN, Dorothy Elizabeth (FLOURNEY); 75; Hampton VA;

Hampton D-P; 1999-7-6; glenn

CREHAN, Earl B Sr; ; Baltimore MD; Baltimore Sun;

2001-12-18; siwel

CREHAN, Helen ( ); 75; Muskegon MI; Muskegon Chron;

1997-7-23; carolann

CREHAN, Helen (KARPOWICZ); 75; Muskegon MI; Muskegon

Chron; 1997-7-24; carolann

CREHAN, Helen (SCANLON); ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo News;

1999-12-27; opnjudy

CREHAN, Jennie Frances ( ); 92; Glen Burnie MD;

Maryland G; 1996-8-31; aconley

CREHAN, John J Sr; ; Pembroke MA; Boston Globe;

2001-1-26; troll

CREHAN, Joseph M; 69; Walpole MA; Boston Globe;

1999-10-21; cgdbout

CREHAN, Joseph M; 69; Walpole MA; Boston Globe;

1999-10-22; cgdbout

CREHAN, Kathleen H; ; Bedford MA; Boston Globe;

1999-6-27; cgdbout

CREHAN, Margaret (RABBITT); ; Co Galway IRL; Newsday

(NY); 2000-7-28; rpng

CREHAN, Margaret S ( ); 91; Hilton Head Island SC GA;

Savannah MN; 1998-9-26; theg

CREHAN, Marian (GREEN); 101; Danbury CT; News-Times;

1998-6-22; sherik

CREHAN, Marie (FOLEY)[GARRITY]; ; New York NY; Boston

Globe (MA); 2000-1-6; cgdbout

CREHAN, Marie (FOLEY)[GARRITY]; ; New York NY; Boston

Globe (MA); 2000-1-7; cgdbout

CREHAN, Mary C; ; West Roxbury MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-8; cgdbout

CREHAN, Mary C; ; West Roxbury MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-9; cgdbout

CREHAN, Mary F (MANN); ; West Harwich MA; Boston

Globe; 1999-7-4; cgdbout

CREHAN, Robert L;; Framingham MA; Boston G; 1995-6-27;

cgodbout

CREHAN, Robert Thomas; 43; Tampa FL>Westminster CO;

RMN; 2001-5-21; mak

CREHAN, Rosemary M (McCORMICK); 58; Tonawanda NY;

Buffalo News; 1999-1-13; opnjudy

CREHAN, Theresa (CELIO); 84; Windsor CT; Hartford

Courant; 1997-1-12; townsend

CREHAN, Theresa (CELLO); 84; Windsor CT; Hartford

Courant; 1997-1-13; sgowen

CREHAN, Titus; ; Oakland CA; SF Chronicle; 1997-3-9;

bosshogg

CREHAN, Verniece R; ; Joppa MD; Wash DC Post (DC);

1997-4-10; jwilly

CREHAN, Verniece Torney ( ); ; ; Wash DC Post (DC);

1997-4-9; andrusko

CREHAN, William Earle; 73; ; Des Plaines DH (IL);

2001-5-31; kag

CREHAN, William Earle; 73; Pittsburgh PA>Barrington

IL; Des Plaines DH; 2001-6-1; kag

CREHAN, William Earle; 73; Pittsburgh PA>Barrington

IL; Des Plaines DH; 2001-6-3; kag

FITZGERALD, Ann (CREHAN); ; Rockville MD; Wash DC Post

(DC); 1997-7-25; row

HOYLE, Anne M (CREHAN); ; Valley Stream NY; Newsday;

1998-4-20; rpng

HOYLE, Anne M (CREHAN); ; Valley Stream NY; Newsday;

1998-4-20; rpng

HOYLE, Anne M (CREHAN); ; Valley Stream NY; Newsday;

1998-4-21; rpng

HOYLE, Anne M (CREHAN); ; Valley Stream NY; Newsday;

1998-4-21; rpng

MINITER, Elizabeth (CREHAN); 98; New Haven CT; New

Haven Reg; 1999-3-12; cgdbout

MINITER, Elizabeth (CREHAN); 99; New Haven CT;

Hartford Courant; 1999-3-11; townsend

O'DWYER, Margaret (CREHAN); ; Bruff LIM IRL; Irish

Examiner (COR IRL); 2000-12-9; dja

O'NEILL, Anne (CREHAN); ; IRL>Bridgeport CT; Hartford

Courant; 1997-10-12; townsend

POIRIER, Marion (CREHAN); ; Quincy MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-10; cgdbout

POIRIER, Marion (CREHAN); ; Quincy MA; Boston Globe;

1999-2-11; cgdbout

SERIGHELLI, Joanne (CREHAN); ; Hanover MA; Boston

Globe; 2001-1-10; troll

WALBRIDGE, N Kathleen "Kitty" (CREHAN); 82; Rockland

MA; Boston Globe; 2000-3-18; cgdbout

WALBRIDGE, N Kathleen "Kitty" (CREHAN); 82; Rockland

MA; Boston Globe; 2000-3-19; cgdbout

WILLIAMS, Teresa Crehan; 0; Quincy MA; Boston Globe;

1999-11-24; cgdbout

 

 

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:21:43 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Obituary Daily Times [Crine]

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Search on Crine in Obituary Daily Times in Rootsweb

3 found

 

CRINE, James D; 75; Wickatunk NJ>Las Vegas NV; Las

Vegas R-J; 1998-6-21; rossy

CRINE, Robert J; 85; Bryan OH; Blade; 1997-6-4;

cagormley

FALCONER, Doris McQuaig Crine; 75; Cairo GA;

Tallahassee D (FL); 1992-8-12; whamo

 

Date:       Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:33:33 +0000 (GMT)

From:      "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address  | Add to Address Book

Subject:  [Cryan et al.] Transcription Projects

To:          CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com

Hi

In these searches and the obituaries, Crane, due to

its synonyms in England, produces huge results that

would be better searched directly.

caoimhghin 

 

 

Transcription Projects

 

Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild (ISTG) Check to see

if your immigrant ancestors' names are listed

 

Search results for 'cryan'

 

 

Documents 1 - 4 of 4 matches. More 's indicate a

better match. 

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ISTG Vol 3 - Ship Belle Wood

...  US 333 William Irwin 20 M School Teacher England

US 334 Murty Sullivan 28 M Laborer England US 335

Julia Dunnigan 18 F Servant England US 336 John Cryan

55 M Farmer England US 337 Cath Cryan 50 F Wife

England US 338 John Cryan 22 M Laborer England US 339

Hrornas Cryan 20 M Laborer England US 340 Honor ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v3/1800v3/bellewood18631212_02.html

, 18880 bytes

 

ISTG Vol 2 - City of Berlin

...  Labr England Cornwall NYork Lower Deck No1 Port 1

Prot.soj. 6 Rd. Stevens 52 Male Labr England Plymouth

Penn Lower Deck No1 Port 1 Prot.soj. 7 Ed Cryan 16

Male Labr England Oldham Mass Lower Deck No1 Port 1

Prot.soj. 8 John McKinner 24 Male Engr. England Lpool

Boston Lower Deck No1 Port 1 Prot.soj. ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v2/1800v2/berlinco18891019_205_408.html

, 33539 bytes

 

ISTG - Passenger Surnames: C

...  Ann CRUTT?N Barque Mahaica CRUTTAN Barque Mahaica

CRUTTON Barque Mahaica CRUY SS Canada CRUZ ARARYO,

CAPTAIN Brig Laura CRY?LER Ship London Packet CRYAN

City of Berlin CRYBILE Ship Friendship CRYEN Bark Abby

Land CRYFLER Ship London Packet CRYPLER Ship London

Packet CRYSMEYER Snow Two Sisters CRYSTAL ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v2/surnamesv2/splcr_v2.htm ,

67797 bytes

 

ISTG - Passenger Surnames: C

Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild Passengers and

Captains Cr-Cz [A-Anc] [And-Az] [B-Bar] [Bas-Bej]

[Bek-Bib] [Bic-Bn] [Bo] [Br-Bri] [Brn-By] [C-Cd]

[Ce-Cn] [Co-Con] [Coo-Cp] [Cr-Cz] [D-Da] [De] [Dh-Dop]

[Dor-Dz] [E] [F-Fer] [Fes-Fn] [Fo-Fy] [G-Gei] [Gel-Gn]

[Go-Grd] [Gre-Gz] [H-Han] [Hap-Haz] [He ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v3/surnamesv3/splcr_v3.htm ,

97536 bytes

 

 

CRANE                  RMS Abyssinia SS Arizona SS

Caronia

                       City of Chester Ship Forest

King Barque Marengo

                       SS Plantagenet Steamer

Prometheus

CRANES                 SS City of Washington

CREA                   Brig Aliguash

CREAN                  SS Columbia SS Patagonia RMS

Teutonic

CRYAN                  Ship Belle Wood

CRYER                  Ship Gilbert

 

 

                 

 

 

Search results for 'crean'

 

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Documents 1 - 9 of 9 matches. More 's indicate a

better match. 

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ISTG Vol 3 - SS Patagonia

...  Spinster Ireland USA Steerage 321 Maggie Cowles

19 F Spinster Ireland USA Steerage 322 Michl O'Leary

18 M Laborer Ireland USA Steerage 323* Hugh ?. Crean

22 M Laborer Ireland USA Steerage 324* Kate O'Re? 20 F

Spinster Ireland USA Steerage 325 Hanna O'Regan 20 F

Spinster Ireland USA Steerage 326 Celia ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v3/1800v3/patagonia18800515_2.html

, 27748 bytes

 

ISTG Vol 3 - SS Columbia

...  @ F Wife Foreigner Steerage 476* Johanna

Wesinberger @ F Spinster Foreigner Steerage 477* M

Fitzgerald @ M Laborer Ireland Steerage 478* Andrew

Crean @ M Laborer Ireland Steerage 479* Bridget Crean

@ F Wife Ireland Steerage 480* J D Citean @ M Clerk

Foreigner Steerage 481* Mary Bean @ F Spinster England

...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/v3/1800v3/columbia18631211_02.html

, 30919 bytes

 

ISTG - Ship Caroline Tucker

...  188 Pat Lahy 12 m Ireland 189 John Naughton 26 m

Laborer Ireland 190 E M Imans 26 m Laborer Ireland 191

John Morrow 22 m Laborer Ireland 192*Jas Crean 25 m

Laborer Ireland 193*Danl Gillispie 22 m Laborer

Ireland 194*Jas Irwin 22 m Laborer Ireland 195 Nancy A

Penkis 18 f Ireland 196*Robt Thomson 24 m ...

http://istg.rootsweb.com/1800/carolinetucker18550502.html

, 25818 bytes

 

ISTG Vol 3 - RMS Teutonic

Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild RMS Teutonic Page 3

of 5 Liverpool, England Queenstown, Ireland to New

York 27 May 1891 DISTRICT OF NEW YORK - PORT OF NEW

YORK I, Peter John Irving, Master of the RMS

PAGE  952

 

 

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