Some Ballinrobe Folk Who Immigrated Through Ellis Island Between 1892 and 1906

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Ballinrobe Folk Who Immigrated Through Ellis Island Between 1892 and 1906

Over the years I have read a number of things about Irish emigration, including the fact that there was very little return migration. Since two of my family did go back to Ireland I decided to see how they compared with other folk who came from Ballinrobe, County Mayo, Ireland to America.

Unfortunately early immigration records for the United States generally do not indicate more than "Ireland" or occasionally "Co. Mayo". They rarely give the name of the town. It is not until the late 1800s - early 1900s that the name of the town (or parish) is listed. So I was more of less forced my little study for the period from the opening of Ellis Island in 1892 to a cut off date that I set at 1906.

On the Ellis Island web site one can technically do a search that combines surname and "village of origin". This, however, did not prove to be a simple task. Frequently people who listed their village of origin as "Ballinrobe" did NOT come up on the search.

Misspellings such as "Ballinrope" were, of course, not listed under "Ballinrobe".

Quite a few people who listed "Ballinrobe" do not appear to have been from there at all - and frankly I do not know what to make of that.

In the end, my method of determining who came from Ballinrobe is significantly less than scientific. However, I still think it highlights certain interesting aspects of the emigration from the area.

There was not much Catholic emigration from Ireland before the 19th century. Irish Catholics considered emigration a "white death" - the greatest evil next to death itself. Catholic emigration increased in the the early part of the 19th century, however, departures from the traditionally Gaelic areas of western was significantly less than from other areas of the country. During the famine years between 1845 and 1855, 2.1 million people left Ireland. Yet migration from the west was still lower than from other parts of the country. As the Irish settled in their new homes and wrote letters back describing their new life some of the stigma of emigration wore off and many began to look at it as a opportunity and not a curse.

My ancestors the Langans (Mathias and Penelope and their children, James and Bridget) immigrated though Ellis Island on April 1, 1892 on the S.S. Germanic. Their immigration is NOT listed by the Ellis Island web site. I found the immigration record the old fashion way years before the Ellis Island web site was opened. I wrote to Ellis Island about the error of the Langans not being listed. However, as of December 2007 they still do not show up on the web site under Langan. It does show up under "Sangan". There must be other immigrations that are not recorded by the Ellis Island web site. For this (and other) reasons the following is not a complete list of Ballinrobe folk who came through Ellis Island.

As mentioned above, my method of compiling the following list was NOT very scientific. I first searched some of the more common names in Ballinrobe. If they were traveling with someone else from Ballinrobe I also searched those names. In addition I looked at the rest of the page for anyone else from Ballinrobe. If the Ballinrobe people were at the top or the bottom of the page I searched the preceding of following page accordingly.

The following people who immigrated though Ellis Island between its opening in 1892 and 1906 indicated that they were from the town of Ballinrobe either on the Ellis Island web site and/or the ship's manifests. Clearly there were many other immigrants from Ballinrobe who may have indicated Mayo or another designation.

All of the women were listed as servant or "helpers" and all of the men were listed as laborers unless otherwise noted. Everyone was listed as being from Ballinrobe unless otherwise noted. Sometimes there were people who were apparently traveling together and one or two of them would be from another town.

I know that Mathias Langan and his wife and two youngest children immigrated in April 1892 through Ellis Island. Their immigration information is not correct because they said there were US citizens when they were not. Be that as it may, as mentioned above, their record does not come up on the Ellis Island web site. It must be taken into consideration that there are others who fall into the same category.

In addition to the Ellis Island site to try and establish who was coming from Ballinrobe I relied heavily on:

  • LEITRIM-ROSCOMMON 1901 Census at the LEITRIM-ROSCOMMON Genealogy Web Site where Roger McDonnell and his "dedicated group of volunteers" have transcribed the 1901 Irish census records for Counties Leitrim, Roscommon, Mayo & Sligo - God bless them.
  • Ancestry.com to try and search out individuals in the record in the US after their immigration.

Irish census taken on the night of March 31, 1901.


The List Of Immigrants From Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, Ireland Through Ellis Island 1892 to 1905 (with notes)

The immigrations are listed in order of year.

1892 April 1 Germanic

Mathias, Penelope, James and Bridget immigrated on the S.S. Germanic, which sailed from Queenstown, Ireland and arrived in New York City on April 1, 1892.

The ship manifest lists: Mathias Langan, age 49, carpenter, nationality, USA, last residence NY Penolope Langan, age 50, wife, nationality, USA, last residence, NY James Langan, age 14, joiner, nationality, USA, last residence, NY Bridget Langan, age 12, child, nationality, USA, last residence, NY They each had 2 bags.

I do not believe that they had been in the United States before this date.

Ellis Island does not have this record listed under Langan.

1892 May 04 Teutonic

Page 385 numbers 848 through 854

  1. Julia Gibbons, age 17, to New York
  2. Martin Meenchan, age 19, to New York
  3. Thomas Jennings age 19, to New York
  4. Maggie Walsh, 20, to New York
  5. Peter Fleming, age 19, to New York
  6. Mrs. H Kean, age 30, wife, to Philadelphia
  7. Honora Kean, age 6, child to Philadelphia NOT in 1900 US census in Philly

All of the adults could read and write.

1893 February 16 City of New York Queenstown

page 88

  1. Thos Macken age 20 clerk Chicago Several listings later next to each other
  2. Julia Conroy age 20 to Chicago
  3. Patrick Harrison age 21 to Trenton

1893 March 2 Teutonic

Page 435

  1. Patrick Burke age 22 number 822
  2. Hubert Monahan age 11 number 823
Both from Ballinrobe to New York

Note: Unfortunately the information is minimal on the early manifests. It would have been interesting to see if the relative in the US gave any clue as to why Patrick, age 22, and Hubert, age 11, appear to have been traveling together. And also why they were not traveling with Maggie Burke who was on the same ship. Hubert was NOT in the 1900 US census.

Page 442 numbers 192 to 195

  1. Bridget O'Connelly 20 to New Jersey
  2. Maggie Burke 21 to New York
  3. May K O'Connell 19 to New York
  4. Catherine Rowland 20 to Jersey City. No other information

Note: This manifest did not indicate if the passenger cold read and write.

1893 March 29 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

Page 58

  1. John Stanton age 19
  2. John Shaughnessy age 20

Both to New Jersey, both could read and write.

Note: John Stanton did not show on a Stanton/Ballinrobe search.

1894 August 15 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

Page 411

  1. James Walsh, Ballinrobe, 54 saloon keeper, born in USA going to Philadelphia Embarked in Queenstown

Note: This manifest did not indicate if the passenger could read and write.

1895 May 1 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Mollie Joyce, page 467, line 543, age 16 to Williamsport embarked in Queenstown.
  2. Nelly Sullivan, page 484, line 124, age 18 to New York embarked in Queenstown.

Notes:

  • Ellis Island lists 55 Joyces who immigrated in 1895 only 9 of them indicated where they had resided in Ireland.
  • Ellis Island listed 507 Sullivans who immigrated in 1895 only 77 indicated where they had resided in Ireland.
  • This manifest did not indicate if the passenger could read and write.

1895 July 25 Germanic, Liverpool and Queenstown

Lawrence Hopkins age 23, from Queenstown, page 11, line 345, laborer, to Chicago, steerage born Ireland (County Mayo) per Brendan Morse April 2016. See 1898 June 04 Etruria for connection.

1895 July 31 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Michael Gibbons page 470 line 481 age 24 Ballinrobe to Brooklyn. He got on in Liverpool.

Note: This manifest did not indicate if the passenger could read and write.

1895 October 23 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. Page 182

    Patrick Swift, page 182 line 655 age 30 labr Ballinrobe US citizen to New York

  2. Page 183

    Mary Mangan age 30 wife born in Ireland

  3. and Jessie Mangan age 4 child born in USA Both going to Kansas City. NOT in 1900 US census in Kansas City
  4. Page 186

    Thomas Malley page 186 line 800 age 30 from Ballinrobe to Pittsburgh. Embarked in Queenstown.

Note: Mally was one of the most common names in Ballinrobe. 23 Mallyes immigrated in 1895. Only four of them indicated their place of residence in Ireland, two from Castlebar, one from Ballinafad and Thomas from Ballinrobe.

Note: This manifest did not indicate if the passenger could read and write.

1896 April 16 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. James Reilly, page 114 line 714 age 20 laborer going to NYC
  2. John Walsh, page 115 line 714 laborer, age 21 was going to Brooklyn.
  3. Sarah Malloy page 116 line 715 age 22 going to Brooklyn
All embarked in Queenstown.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

Note: There were 44 Molloys who immigrated in 1896 only seven indicated their place of residence in Ireland.

1896 May 13 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Edward B (ink spot) page 046 line 621 age 22 to New York
  2. John Halloran page 046 line 622 age 19 to Washington
  3. Bridget Gaynor page 046 line 623 age 22 to New York
  4. Annie Loughlin page 046 line 624 age 19 to St Louis
  5. Ellen Sheridan page 046 line 625 age 20 to New York
They all got on in Queenstown.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1896 August 05 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Patrick Hogan, page 201 line 343, age 22, from Ballinrobe to Pueblo. Embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe passengers listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1896 June 10 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Maggie Shaughnessy age 23 from Ballinrobe to New York. Embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1896 October 1 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Ellen Sheridan page 294 line 631 age 18 from Ballinrobe to Chicago. Embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1896 October 28 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Nora Walsh page 852 line 414 Ballinrobe age 25, Ballinrobe to NYC. Embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1897 May 13 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Patrick Gibbons page 1077 line 602 age 19 Ballinrobe to New York.
    Note: There were 33 Gibbons who immigrated through Ellis Island in 1897, 17 of them were not listed with a residence in Ireland.
  2. Edward Fleming page 1082 line 757 age 20 Ballinrobe to New York Embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1897 June 9 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Kate Moran, page 158 line 344 age 30, to New York
  2. Margaret Byrne page 160 line 428 age 21 to New York.

    Margaret Byrne, born 1875 in Mohorra Co. Mayo, was the daughter of Thomas Bryne and Mary Biggins. She was the niece of my ancestor, Nappy Bryne born 1835 in Moharra. Nappy married Mathias Langan and immigrated to the US in 1892. Margaret Byrne was the godparent of Joseph, son of Joseph Walsh and Maggie Langan, born in NYC in 1902. Margaret Byrne retuned to Ireland several times. In 1905 she traveled with her brother Peter retuning to NYC on September 9, 1905 on the Cedric. "Margaret Byrne age 27 Single, servant, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC, 196 E 76th Street Peter Byrne age 25, clerk, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC 1535 2nd Avenue." She was living with her brother Peter in NYC in 1910. She got a US passport in 1924. Sometime after 1924 she retuned to Ireland where she died in Shurl Parrish in 1956. Peter Bryn immigrated to the US in 1899. "Peter Byrne, age 20, labourer, born Shrule, the Britannic from Queenstown on June 2, 1899 destination, "sister" (not named), at 853 Douglas Street, Brooklyn." See Bryne

Both embarked in Queenstown

Note: No other Ballinrobe listings on the page.

Note: This manifest does not indicate if the passengers could read and write.

1897 June 30 Servia Sailing from Queenstown

  1. Bridget Joyce page 314 line 12 age 29, to Brooklyn to her sister Mary Joyce, passage paid by herself. Able to read and write.
  2. John Mullahy, page 314 line 27 age 24, unmarried, headed to Des Moines Iowa passage paid by his father. Able to read and write. Note: Not listed on Ellis Island site under Mullahy/Ballinrobe search but listed on a general Mullahy search.
  3. Mary Clohessy, page 314 lines 29 and 30, wife, age 20, and her 3 year old son Thomas Clohessy headed to her husband in St Louis passage paid by husband and father, Patrick Clohessy. Mrs. Clohessy was able to read and write.
    Notes:
    • 101 Clohessys immigrated according to Ellis Island. Mary and Thomas were the only ones listed from Ballinrobe.
    • Not listed in St Louis in the 1900 US Census

1897 July 2 Germanic Sailing from Queenstown

  1. Mary Sheridan page 224 line 6 age 18 seamstress to her sister New York. Able to read and write.
  2. Ellen Reagan page 224 line 7 age 23, servant, to her sister San Francisco. Able to read and write.
  3. Both their passages were paid by their sisters.

Note: Ellen Reagan does not come up in the Ellis Island search under her name with the spelling REAGAN. There was no listing for Reagan from Ballinrobe.

1897 August 25 Majestic Sailing from Queenstown

  1. Martin M Walsh, page 040 line 24 Ballinrobe, age 20, going to his Aunt Kate Bradley 46 Flushington St Brooklyn passage paid by his brother. Able to read and write.

1897 September 22 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Bridget Walsh page 166 line 30 Ballinrobe September 22 1897 Majestic from Queenstown age 18.

Note: Wrong manifest La Champagne from Havre comes up on web page.

1897 September 25 Lucania Queenstown

  1. Kate Higgins, age 17, line 11 to Peoria, Ill to aunt -- ?? O'Keefe?? servant. Note: Wrong page comes up on Ellis Island site.

1897 October 6 Teutonic Sailing from Queenstown

  1. John Kelly page 315 line 14 age 30 saloon keeper to New York where he had been for 11 years. US Resident returning from Ireland. Able to read and write.

1897 October 15 Britannic Queenstown

  1. page 112 Bridget ????, US resident returning to St Louis 8 years left US in 1895

1897 October 24 Lucania Queenstown

  1. Mary Higgins page 55 line 15 age 19 Ballinrobe to her brother Thos Higgins in Jersey City passage paid by her mother.

1898 March 2 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. Kate Burke, page 06 line 25, age 21, arriving in the US for the first time.
  2. Maggie Burke, page 6 line 26, age 30 a US Residents of 14 years.
Note: Both going to Lochraven outside Baltimore Md. Kate's passage was paid by her sister. There is nothing entered for Maggie's passage. NOT in 1900 census in Baltimore/Lockraven.

1898 April 9 Britannica

  1. Patrick Flynn (page 177 line 28) age 34 US citizen to New Haven Conn.
Note: Ellis Island had him listed under Glynn. NOT obvious in the 1900 US Census

1898 April 14, Majestic Queenstown

Page 415 lines 20 to 23

  1. Maggie Caulfield, age 18
  2. Nora Moran age 17
  3. Cath Thornton age 18
  4. James Burke age 21
All of them had their passage paid by a sister. Nora Moran was from the Neale. The others were from Ballinrobe. Maggie was going to her uncle in NYC. Nora and Cath were headed to relatives in Brooklyn. James Burke was headed to his sister in NYC.

1898 April 16 Campania Queenstown sailed April 10

page 150

  1. Martin McTigue age 23 passage paid by his brother to his brother P McTigue 477 Grove St Jersey City

    Note: Not found in a McTigue/Ballinrobe search

The following young people from Ballinrobe were listed on page 155 lines 10 though 17. They appear to have been traveling together. "HOLD" was written next to several of their names as indicated.

  1. Matt Lally age 23 page 155 line 11 "three sisters!" New York passage paid by sister.
  2. HOLD Pat Malley age 23 page 155 line 12 to his sister Kate Malley 208 West 21st St. New York passage paid by his sister
  3. HOLD Bdgt Coyne age 24 page 155 line 13 to her cousin Kate Malley 208 West 21st St. New York New York passage paid by her sister
  4. Pat Lynach age 20 page 115 line 14 to his brother Michael New York passage paid by his brother
    Pat Lynagh crossed out page 155 line 10 brother to Michael 3rd Ave. New York paid by self. This is obviously a duplicate Pat was listed again on line 14. NO Lynach listed in NYC in 1900 US census. No Lynach in 1901 Irish Census in Mayo
  5. Michl Mellett age 19 page 155 line 15 to his sister Ellen Mellett 49th street New York. Passage paid by ??
    No Michael in NYC in 1900. 1901 Irish census lists in Knocklahard Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Mellett John(68) farmer/widower Caroline(29) dtr./not married-Delia Costello(17) servant/not married/born Co. Galway. Note: Searching Ellis Island Mellett + Ballinrobe comes up with three listings. Just searching Mellett comes up with 13 listed from Ballinrobe most of them after 1906. See Winifred below who immigrated in 1899 and was also going to her sister Ellen. "Helen" age 20 and "Winnie" age 18 were listed in the 1900 census in NYC. No clear immigration for Ellen (Helen) through Ellis Island.
  6. HOLD Mary Henry age 6 page 155 line 16 child US to her father George Henry at 16 W. 21 St. passage paid by father. No Henrys listed in the 1901 Irish census in Ballinrobe. No Mary Henry born Ireland circa 1892 in NYC in 1900. There was a Mary age 9 born NYC daughter of George and Kate with a sister Josephine. None of them indicate any connection to Ireland.

    Note: The only other listing through Ellis Island for Henry from Ballinrobe was the arrival of George Henry US citizen in June 16 1901 going to his brother John Henry of 208 W 21 Street New York who was traveling with Margaret Heskin a cousin age 19 see below.

  7. Bdgt Hyland age 23 page line 17, to her cousin Thos Green ( hard to read?) in Jersey City passage paid by self

I believe the HOLD means that they were detained for some reason on Ellis Island

1898 April 22 Germanic Queenstown

Page 91

  1. Michael Kyne page 91 line 23 age 18 to sister NYC. Passage paid by self
  2. Mary Feerick page 91 line 24, age 20, h maid, to aunt NYC. Passage paid by self.

Page 96 Lines 3 and 4

  1. Mary Cannon age 19 to sister Mary in Philadelphia passage paid by sister.
  2. Mary Brown age 17 to aunt Mrs. Heveran in Chicago. Passage paid by aunt

Page 97 lines 26 through 29

  1. Michael Malloney age 21 to his sister Delia in Chicago passage paid by sister
  2. Patrick Henehan age 18 to his sister Maggie in Brooklyn passage paid by sister
  3. Kate Kelkerrin age 19 to her aunt Maggie Walsh in Chicago passage paid by aunt,
  4. Cath Malley, age 20 to her sister (can't read name) in New York passage paid by sister.

1898 April 25 Umbria Queenstown

  1. Ellen Feeney, age 18, going to Rochester, New York listed

  2. Pat Kelly, age 22 going to Newark

  3. Ellen Varrily age 22 going to Brooklyn.

    They all paid their own passage and were traveling to cousins.

1898 May 6 Britannic Queenstown

  1. Bridget Lyons, age 25,
  2. Stephen Philliman age 24 NOT listed 1900 US Census
  3. Michael Monaghan age 24

    bound for Greenwich, NY, Le Roy, New York and Chicago respectively.

Passage paid by sister, cousin, and brother respectively. They were all on page 591 lines 1 through 4.

Note: Bridget Lyons did not come up in a Lyons/Ballinrobe search, but did come in a general Lyons search.

  • Annie Burke (crossed out) 19 going to her sister Bridget in NYC did NOT make this crossing. She made the crossing on the Britannic June 3 1898.

1898 May 7 Etruria

Page 408 line 1

  • Mary Mullahey age 18 passage paid by sister going to sister Delia Mullahy W 77 th Street NYC missed the boat. She sailed on the Campania which arrived on May 14.

1898 May 12 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Cath Lally line 2 age 19 h maid to uncle in Los Angeles passage by self.

    Notes:

    • She is not on the same page as Bridget listed as line 6.
    • Her brother William immigrated in 1901 May 5. See below.

  2. Mary Gainand (sp?) age 24 line 5 to sister Bridget Brooklyn passage paid by sister

  3. Bridget Lally age 19 line 6 to sister Jane in NYC passage paid by sister.

1898 May 14 Compania Queenstown

  1. Mary "Mullohey" age 18 from Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, to sister Delia "Mollohey" 137 W 77th Street New York City

1900 Census NYYC, Delia Mullahey listed as a servant age 22 immigrated 1897. Mary not listed under Mullahey. Did not find immigration for Delia (also looked under Bridget). NO Mullahey (variations of spelling) listed in Ballinrobe in 1901 Census. 1 Mullahey in Co. Mayo, 14 Mallahy in Co. Mayo.

1898 May 19 Aurania Cunard Line, Queenstown

  1. Nora Malley age 17 listed by Ellis Island search for Malley/Ballinrobe. Note: Wrong manifest a ship called Konign Louise out of Bremen.

    On this ship Mary Keeffe age 20, to cousin Mary Waters 1--- Washington st. Boston, and Nora Malley age 17 to sister Mary Malley -- Clifton Rochester both from Ballinrobe to port of New York

    Further down page Mary Keane age 20 Ballinrobe, to New York to cousin Mary Melia, ---- New York

1898 June 3 Britannic Queenstown

  1. Delia Gallagher, page 457 line 9, age 19 going to Cleveland.
  2. Mary Reilly, page 459 line 12, age 18 bound for Springfield Ohio
  3. Ellen Howard, page 459 line 13, age 60 of Queenstown to her son in New York City.
    NOT listed 1900 Census
  4. Annie Burke, page 459 line 14, age 19, line 2, passage paid by sister, going to her sister, Bridget in 25 East 25th street was crossed out. Anne had missed the Britannic crossing that arrived in NYC on April 28.
  5. Thomas Nalty (Nally or Mally), page 461 line 10, age 21 to his sister Bridget in Brooklyn paid his won passage.
  6. Maggie Hughes, page 461 line 26, not able to read or write, to her sister Mary in Boston. Passage paid by her sister.

1898 June 04 Etruria Queenstown

Page 440

  1. Bridget Heneghan age 16, page 440 ticket 2833, line 5 passage paid by cousin
  2. Mary Heneghan age 18, page 440 ticket 2834, line 6 passage paid by sister
  3. Anne Heneghan age 18, page 440 ticket 2835, line 7, passage paid by sister)
  4. Patrick Joyce age 23 page 440 ticket 2836, line 8 passage paid by self headed to his sister Mrs. McGuire 1103 Euclid Ave. Youngstown Ohio.
  5. The Heneghans were headed to Tom Heneghan at "536 Taylor Street", Chicago listed as the cousin of Bridget and the brother of Anne and Mary.

  6. Bridget Higgins page 440 ticket 2918, age 18 headed to her sister, Honor Higgins, in Springfield. Passage was paid by her sister.
  7. Page 441

  8. Bridget Heneghan age 16, page 441 ticket 9514, passage paid by self
  9. Anne Heneghan age 18, page 441 ticket 9515, passage paid by self
  10. Nora Grady age 18, page 441 ticket 9516, passage paid by self
  11. These Heneghans were headed to their cousin Tom (Or Nora hard to read) at "536 Taylor Street", Chicago, a cousin of Bridget and Anne's. See Bridget and Anne same ship previous page.

    Nora Grady was bound to her cousin Mrs. McGuire at 1003 Euclid Street, Youngstown Ohio.

Question: If the two Bridget Heneghans and the two Anne Heneghans were traveling to the same place and person in the US why were they not traveling together on the boat? What does this say about others traveling on the same boat but not listed near each other? Is it simply when they bought their ticket?

Note: No listing for Heneghan in on Taylor street Chicago in 1900 Census. There was a Nora Henehan, single, age 37, servant, but not at that address. In April 2016 Brenda Morse wrote the T Heneghan of 536 Taylor Street Chicago was a witness to the naturalization of her ancestor Lawrence Hopkins (born Great Britain & Ireland) of 63 Lowell Place on October 15, 1900.

Only Heneghan listed in Ballinrobe in the 1911 Irish census was Patrick age 13 nephew of John Kavanagh in Killosheheen. None listed in the 1901 census. No Grady listed in Ballinrobe in 1901.

1898 June 8 Majestic Queenstown

Page 190 next to each other

  1. Katie Casey age 18 to her sister Annie in Louisville Ky passage paid by self,
  2. Mary Lynagh age 22 to her cousin John Walsh in Louisville passage paid by cousin

Page?

  1. Bridget Tierney age 22 American crossed out Irish written over top resident 2 years

  2. Annie Tierney age 18
  3. Joined by } going to brother in Saratoga

    1900 Census, Saratoga Springs, New York

    • Annie Tierney age 20, boarder immigrated 1885 cannot read occupation
    • Martin Tierney age 38, immigrated 1882, wife Lizzie and three children

  4. Kate Flynn age 19 going to her sister Ellen on Prince Street Brooklyn

1898 August 5 Britannic Queenstown

Page 279 Lines 4 through 9

  1. Julia Melia age 16 to her sister Mary in Brooklyn New York passage paid by sister
  2. Delia Molloy age 26 to her brother Michael in Brooklyn New York passage paid by brother
  3. Mary O'Malley age 20 to her uncle Michael Malley in Sharpsville Pa. passage paid by uncle
  4. Mary Bourke age 25 to her cousin Bridget Burke in Sharpsville Pa. passage paid by cousin
  5. Bridget Connelly age 20 to her cousin Mrs. O'Killeen in Pittsburg passage paid by cousin
  6. Annie Ronan age 20 to her sister Mrs. Joyce in Brooklyn passage paid by sister
Note: Julia Melia does not show up on a Melia Ballinrobe Ellis Island search. Bridget Connelly does not show up on a Connelly Ballinrobe Ellis Island search. Annie Ronan is the only Ronan who comes up on a Ronan Ballinrobe Ellis Island search.

Page 281

  1. Margaret Conway, age 19 (line 12)
  2. Kate Conroy (line 13) age 22, both paid for themselves and both were headed to their cousin Mrs. Joyce at 113 Hudson Street in Brooklyn.

Page 281

  1. Bridget Coyne, age 19 (line 25)
  2. Bridget Moloney (line 26)

    Paid their own passage and were going to cousins in Brooklyn and NCY respectively.

1898 August 10 Majestic from Queenstown

  1. Mary Feeney age age 21 Ballinrobe to Dayton Ohio to uncle

  2. Martin age 26 [?] and Kate Farley age 17, Ballinrobe to New York resident 2 years to brother 328 E 61st street

  3. Andy McGovern age 28, Ballinrobe to Detroit US citizen

1898 August 24 Teutonic Queenstown

Page 504

  1. Mary Killeen page 504, line 4, age 20 line 3 to her aunt Mary Killeen in Pittsburgh passage paid by aunt.

Page 506

  1. Mary Varilly, page 506 line 8, age 19 of Shrule, passage paid by mother, headed to Springfield Mass to her sister Margaret.
    1900 Census: Margaret Varrilly listed age 23, servant in Springfield Mass. immigration 1895. 1900 Census: Mary NOT listed. Margt. Varrilly age 18, immigrated on the Majestic on August 14, 1895 headed to Mass. She was listed next to Mich "Varley" age 19 headed to Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, this manifest does not offer additional information.
  2. Bridget Moghan, page 506 line 22, age 20 of Ballinrobe, paid her own passage headed for cousin Cath Sheridan in Wilmington Del.

Page 514 line 17

  1. James McKenna, age 19, clerk, to cousin E 57th Street NYC. Paid his own passage.

1898 September 8 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Julia Duddy line 14 page 184 age 19, h maid to her sister in Troy paid her own passage

  2. Julia Rogers line 15 page 184 age 19 did not make the crossing to her sister Youngstown paid her own passage.

  3. James Lyons age 19 US citizen line 16 page 184 to Youngstown.
Julia Rogers does not show up on a Rogers and or Ballinrobe search. No later crossing indicated by Ellis Island.

1898 September 22 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. Patk Gibbons, page 864 line 3, age 25 to his cousin Jno Fitzpatrick in Baltimore Md. Passage paid by self.

Missed the boat: Julia Thornton, Maggie Monahan, Delia Kelleen, John Higgins, Kate Donnellen, Bridget Conroy, Mary Murphy, Cath Hanarougue, Honor Hanarougue, Delia Manning, Mary Mc Dermott, Annie Sheridan, Mary Deane, and Patidk Sheridan, all from Ballinrobe sailed on the Cymric arriving in NY September 26, 1898, see below

Missed the boat: Bridget Concannon sailed Cymric September 26.

Question: Why wasn't Bridget Cancannon listed with the other people from Ballinrobe on either ship?

1898 September 26 Cymric from Queenstown

    Page 295 line 2

  1. Katie Sullivan age 22, to her aunt Mrs. Lydon in Jersey City.

  2. Peter Monaghan age 19 to his cousin Bridget Duffy in Brooklyn, page 293 line 12, listed under Ballearobe.

  3. Page 295 line 7

  4. Maggie Duffy age 22 to her cousins in Brooklyn US resident 5 years

    Note: Not listed by Duffy/Ballinrobe

  5. Page 291

    These folk were listed under "Ballcarobe" which on the manifest is clearly "Ballinrobe"

  6. Julia Thornton, 22, New York, resident in US 7 years

  7. Maggie Monahan, 23, Philadelphia resident in US 15 years

  8. Delia Kelleen, 23 New York, residence status not clear

  9. John Higgins, 20 Philadelphia to sister Mrs. Burke, Reynolds ?

  10. Kate Donnellen 20 New York to cousin James Murphy

  11. Bridget Conroy age 26 Philadelphia resident ? years

  12. Mary Murphy 21 New York resident US 15 years

  13. Cath Hanarougue 19 Philadelphia cousin Michael Dolan

  14. Honor Hanarougue 20 Philadelphia resident US 11 years

  15. Delia Manning age 27 Brooklyn resident US ? years

  16. Mary Mc Dermott 20 Jersey Cit, NJ cousin Kate Sullivan, 183 Bay Street

  17. Annie Sheridan age 21 resident US 5 years

  18. Mary Deane 16

  19. Patick Sheridan 18 to bro John in NYC??

  20. The names are all to common, the spelling is weird, or nothing came up for all of the returning residents.

    See later Killeen immigration October 25, 1899

  21. Bridget Concannon age 24 to Taftville no state US resident 7 years to sister Mrs. Newman she is not on the same page as those listed above.

  22. Bridget Conway age 19 to Louisville Ken to sister Mary 200 Madison Ave NY. That is what it says. I do not know whey there is the discrepancy in her stated destinations.

1898 October 2 Etruria Queenstown

Page 494 lines 1 through 9

  1. Mary Conway, widow age 66, paid her own passage and was bound for her son in Scranton.

    Not listed in Scranton Pa in 1900. There were several Conway families in Scranton in 1900.

  2. Mary Boyle, wife, age 43,
  3. Bridget Boyle age 11,
  4. Margaret Boyle, age 9,
  5. Mary Boyle, age 7,

    • The passage for Mrs. Boyle and her children was paid by their husband/father in Chicago. None of them had been in the US before.
    • 1900 Census Chicago lists Thomas age 34 married 19 years immigrated 1898 laborer, Mary age 40, Delia age 18, Margaret age 12, and Mary age 10. Delia is a nickname for Bridget. I did not find an immigartion for Thomas

  6. Winnie Nevins, age 25, to her sister in NY.
    No Nevins in Co. Mayo in 1901. Winnie (Winifred) not listed in the 1900 US Census in NYC.
  7. Mary Sheridan, age 24, to her sister in Philadelphia
  8. Anne Halloran, age 21, to her cousin in Jersey City
    A number of Hallorans in Jersey City in 1900 - no Anne.
  9. Mary Hill age 18 to a cousin in Chicago.

It was Mary Hill's first trip to the US but the other young ladies all appear to have been to America before. Unfortunately there is too much written and too much crossed out in a small space to get the details.

1898 October 14 Germanic Queenstown

  1. Delia O'Brien, page 126 line 1 age 20 to her aunt in Jersey City. Passage paid by aunt. Could not check previous page the previous pages were for a ship from Greece.

  1. James Gibbons, page 135 line 17, age 19 to his brother Patrick at 235 E 67th Street NYC, passage paid by his brother.

1898 October 16 Umbria Carnard Line Queenstown

Page 39 lines 6 through 8

  1. Mary Rattigan age 25

  2. Ellen Rattigan age 18


    The Rattigan sisters were going to their sister Bridget Rattigan in NYC. Mary had been in the US before but it is not clear when and for how many years "1895" was written but I don't know if that means when she last immigrated or when she left to go back to Ireland. I think it means when she left to go back to Ireland. There is a listing for Mary Rattigan May 9, 1894 but no image is available.

    Ellen not listed in 1900, two possible Mary Rattigans, no Bridget

    Ellen had not been in the US before.

    32 listings for Rattigan (soundexed) Co. Mayo 1901 Irish Census - none in Ballinrobe

    Other later Rattigan immigations: Bridget age 22 to her cousin Bridget at 121 St NYC in 1900 and Patrick age 21 to his sister Mary Hurbert Lexingron Ave, NYC in 1905. No Rattigan in Ballinrobe in the 1901 census.

  3. Mary Logan age 25 had also been in the US before for 7 years and had left to go back to Ireland in 1898. She was headed to her cousin Mary Sheridan on East 81 Street NYC. No Logan in Ballinrobe in 1901.

October 17 1898 Teutonic from Liverpool and Queenstown

  1. Mary Casey, age 20, to uncle in New Jersey

  2. Catherine Fanagher age 25, in US 5 years left 5 months ago, resident
  3. Mary Varley, age 19, to brother Michael in NYC

    Notes

    • Does not show up on Ellis Island Varley/Ballinrobe search
    • Several Michael Varleys in 1900 Census in NYC
    • No obvious immigration for Michael Varley
    • Her sister, Penelope came in in 1900
    • Relatives, Mary and John Farragher immigrated in 1901
    • She retuned to Ireland for a visit in 1903, see below.
    • Kate Varley age 18, in Ballinrobe in 1901, servant for Mayne, Church of England, Sprinvale, Ballinrobe. Only Varley in Ballinrobe.

1898 November 5 Campania Queenstown

  1. (Turned corner) Jennings age 34, of Ballinrobe in US 15 years returning to can't read Trenton N J paid her own passage.

1898 November 18 Germanic Queenstown

  1. Sabina Joyce age 39, single, to her brother John in Rochester NY. She paid her own passage. She had first immigrated to the states 14 years earlier.
  2. No Joyce in Rochester in 1900

1898 December 4 Britannic Queenstown

page 191

  1. Thomas McHugh age 32 citizen US resident 9 years to Rochester NY

  2. Margaret McHugh age 34 Irish to brother Thomas in Rochester, NY, passage paid by brother

  3. Thomas McHugh and Margaret McHugh not in Rochester NY in 1900

1898 December 16, Germanic Queenstown

Page 155

  1. Maggie Coyne line 1 age 16 to New York
  2. John Coyne line 2 age 27 to New York

    They are listed together

    Several lines further on and listed together are

  3. Kate Coyne line 16 age 17 torn page
  4. Thomas Coyne line 18 age 21 torn page
  5. All going to New York. The people in between are from all over Ireland.

1899 Jan 19 Teutonic

Page 10 line 12

  1. Michl Stanton age 26 US resident to New York 5 1/2 years and till 1898 (1st paper) 147 w 60th Street to a friend"
  2. Discharged on pier

1899 February 26 Umbria Cunard Lines Queenstown

Page 57

  1. Line 7 Patrick Ruane, age 22, to uncle Michael Ruane 21st Street NYC. Passage paid by uncle.

    Returned to Ireland in 1902 April 24.
    7 listings for Ruane in Ballinrobe in 1901

  2. Line 22 James Mullen, age 26, to sister and brother Thos Mullin passage paid by brother. Only one other Mullin listed from Ballinrobe, Thomas in 1904.

1899 March 2 Majestic Queenstown

Page 24 line 8

    Michael May age 17, to cousin Betty Mea in New York. Passage paid by self.

1899 April 15, Campania Queenstown

Page 651 lines 8 through 16

  1. Henry Heneghan age 20, to his sister Mary Heneghan in Philadelphia. He does not show up on a Heneghan/Ballinrobe search.
  2. Pat McNamara age (can't read), tin smith, to his sister Mrs. Rowland in Grandville Pa.
  3. Winf Mellett, age 18, to her sister Ellen Mellett in NYC
    • Pat Ryan, age 20 from the Neal to his cousin Ellen Mellett at the same address in NYC.
    • Pat Ryan does not come up on a Ryan/Ballinrobe search. Connected to Winf Mellett
    • 1900 Census: "Winnie" and "Helen" Mellett listed in 1900 census in NYC
    • Other family: Michael in 1898
  4. Annie Lowry age 17, to her sister Mrs. Curran in Jersey City
  5. Pat Heskin age 19 to his sister Mrs. Casey Moyare California
  6. Ellen Heskin, age 7, to her sister Mrs. Casey Moyare California
    • There is a note that there passage was paid to California.
    • 1900 Census Kern California: John Casey, age 30, RR Station foreman, immigrated 1888, Annie Case wife, age 23, immigrated 1894, Annie Casey daughter age 8 months, Ellen Heskin sister in law age 9, immigrated 1899, Nora Heskins sister in law 20, immigrated 1895, Pat Heskin age 21 immigrated 1899 RR emplyee
    • 1901 Census Ballinrobe: Levally Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Heskin Stephen(37) farm servant Elizabeth(28) wife-Nora Mary(1)-Mary Kyne(17) servant/not married/born Co. Galway. Heskin Michael 19 Male Servant R Catholic with the Moran family.
    • There is a listing for Ann Heskin 1894 but wrong page comes up.
  7. John Donovan, age 5 to "mother" "d"=ditto. Does this mean Moyare California? John is the only Donovan of a Donovan/Ballinrobe search/

  8. They all paid their own passage.

1899 April 29 Lucania Queenstown Sailed April 23

    page 234

  1. Nora Jennings age 20 to sister Mary Jennings cant read. Passage paid by self.
  2. Page 244

  3. Ellen Colleran passage paid by sister to sister Bridget Mc Donnell Cambridge Wash Co. no state.

1899 May 7 Etruria from Liverpool and Queenstown

page 119 from Liverpool sailing April 29

  1. Delia Connor age 29 resident returning home to Philadelphia.

Page 132 from Queenstown sailing April 30

  1. Ellen Burke, age 18 page 132 line 1, to her sister Mary Burke in NYC.
  2. Mary Hession age 21 page 132 line 2 to her cousin (can't read name ) in NYC
  3. Mary Donnellen age 22 page 132 line 3 returning to Cleveland were she had lived for 8 1/2 years.
    • Only Donellen listing themselves as from Ballinrobe. Donellen was not common in the Ballinrobe area.
    • 1900 US Census Cleveland two Mary Donellens in Cleveland - one single born 1872 in Ireland the other born Ohio 1877 married to an Irishman.

Page 138

  1. Mary Connell, page 138 line 30, age 50 "single" going to "her daughter" in Troy New York
    Not listed 1900 in Troy NY. There is a Mary Connel born in Ireland but her children were born in NY.

Page 143 line 12

  1. Bridget Feerick age 16, to cousin Mr. Cusack W 56 the Street NYC paid her own passage. No listed on Feerick/Ballinrobe search
    Not liste 1900 in NYC

1899 May 11 Teutonic Queenstown

page 405 line 12 and 13

  1. Mary Grimes age 26 US resident returning to Brooklyn passage paid by sister
    1900 nothing certain. Previous immigration maybe 1895 wrong page comes up.
  2. Katie Feerick age 21 passage paid by sister to sister no name 3rd Ave NYC. Does not come up of the Feerick/Ballinrobe search.

1899 May 13 Campania Queenstown

Page 681 Several people from Ballinrobe missed the boat:

  • Kate Conroy age 18
  • Kate Sheridan age 19
  • John Hart age 25

  • Their passages had been paid by siblings and they were headed to brother in Chicago, sisters in NYC respectively. Lines 9, 10 and 11 page 681.

  • Delia Sullivan age 19 page 681 line 25 headed to her sister Mary Sullivan at 36th Street in NYC also missed the boat.
Note: Ellis Island does NOT have any further listings for any of them. They may have come through another port.

1899 May 19 Cymric Queenstown

Page 63 line 24 through 27

  1. Mary J Ryan age 28 US resident 8 years 33 W 128th Street New York
  2. Delia Naughton age 21 to cousin Mrs. Fountain 33 W 128th Street New York
  3. Patk Burke age 21 to Saratoga Springs. Patrick does not come up on a Burke/Ballinrobe search nor on a Patk Burke 1899 search.
  4. All paid their own passage.

    They were originally listed on the Teutonic arriving May 11, 1899 - the names were crossed out.

1899 May 17 Servia Queenstown

Page 13 lines 25 and 26

  1. Mary Brown age 18 to cousin John Higgins in Pittsburg
  2. Mary Faragher age 19 Uncle Thomas Duffy in Patterson
  3. Both paid their own passage.

1899 May 27 Lucania Queenstown

Page 380 lines 11 through 15

  1. Mary Keane, age 40
  2. Pat Keane age 19
  3. Michael Keane age 18,
  4. Bridget Loen, age 19
  5. Mary Philbin, age 19
    • Everyone paid their own passage. Mrs. Keane (listed as "unmarried") and her sons were bound for her daughter Sarah Keane in Philadelphia.
    • Bridget Loen was going to an uncle in Wilmington.
    • Mary Philbin was headed to Cleveland, Ohio.
    • Keane too common their names are to common in Philly in 1900. Not listed together.

1899 June 1 Aurania form Liverpool/Queenstown

Page 37 line 6 and 7

  1. Bridget Fleming age 23, wife, from Ballinrobe
  2. Walter Fleming age 8 child, from Ballinrobe to New York husband and father, Patrick, 137 E 25st
    • 1900 Census Jersey City, New Jersey, Patrick E Flemming age 36, married 17 years, immigrated 1890, salesman dry goods store, Bridget wife 4 children 4 still living, immigrated 1899, Walter son age 10 all born Ireland, immigrated 1899.
    • The rest of the Fleming children appear to have been in Ireland in 1900 as the later immigration records show.
    • Two listings for Fleming in Ballinrobe in 1900 - 68 in Mayo in general. No listing for Mary Rose Fleming under Fleming. She must have been with a family with a different surname or there is a possibly she was just listed as Mary and not Mary Rose.
    • John Fleming age 15 and Valentine Fleming age 13 immigrated September 1900 (which was after the census in the US.). Mary Rose Fleming age 13 immigrated October 1901 to her father Patrick in Jersey City. See below

      See 1900 September 26, Oceanic and 1901 October 10, Oceanic.

      1910: Patrick Flemming 55, forman shop, Bridget Flemming 48, 5 children 4 living, John Flemming 24, clerk railroad, Valtinam Flemming 22, clerk office, Walter Flemming 20, clerk office, Helen Flemming 8. All except Helen listed as immigrating in 1889.

      1920: Magnolia ave. Jersey City, Patrick Fleming 60, watchman, grocery house, naturalized, Bridget Fleming 55 John Fleming 34, bookkeeper, Valentine Fleming 32, sheet man, Helen Fleming 18, stenographer, born in New Jersey, Patrick listed as immigrated in 1889, the rest all listed as immigrating in 1891.

Note: Wrong manifest comes up on Ellis Island site.

1899 June 2 Britannic Queenstown

  1. Mary Burke age 20 page 634 line 28 to her father Patrick Burke in Laville Ohio.
  2. No Bruke in Laville, Ohio in 1900

1899 June 18 Umbria Queenstown Cunard Line

  1. Page 40 line 6 Margaret O'Malley age 18, to "3 sisters Mary O'Malley 119 South 11 Ave NY Sister etc." passage paid by sister.

1899 August 30 Teutonic Queenstown

Page 717 line 8

  1. Mary Halloran age 18 to sister Katie in Jersey City. Passage paid by sister. No immigration for Kate.

Page 719

  1. Julia Togher age 19 POP (paid own passage) to her sister Mrs. W--- in Richmond Va.
  2. No "Togher" in Richmond, Va. in 1900

1899 September 17 Lucania Queenstown

Page 302 line 25

  1. Catherine Hallahy, age 19, to sister Delia in New York passage paid by sister.

1899 September 30 Campania Queenstown

Page 266 lines 18 through 20

  1. John Mc Dermott, age 26, US citizen, discharged on pier, in US "years" "(1898)" to brother Pat Mc Dermott 135the street NY
  2. Mary Barton, age 10 months infant, Irish "into charge of mother see (can't read) manifest (can't read two numbers)" 29, line number 19 the ticket number is not entered. It does not specifically say she was from Ballinrobe she was just listed with two people who were. No other Bartons from Ballinrobe. Only one female Barton immigration through Ellis Island for Kate Barton from Cappamore ?? to her husband Thomas in Chicago September 30, 1899 on the Campania (same ship) ticket #4540
  3. Bridget Molloy age 25, US citizen, discharged on pier, 10 years "1898" wife of citizen going home to Chicago.
  4. Mc Dermott does not come up in Ballinrobe search.

1899 October 19, Majestic Queenstown

Page 625 lines 4 and 5

  1. Bridget Moran age 25 US residents 9 years
  2. Cath Moran age 26, US residents 7 years
  3. both to 119 Greenpoint Ave.

Lines 6, 7 and 8

  1. Jane Slavin, age 20
  2. Sarah Slavin, age 18
  3. Winifred Tierney, age 21
  4. No obvious listing for the Morans in 1900

    No listing for the Slavins in 1900

    All paid their own passage.

    The Slavins were headed to their uncle Ed on Wards Island, New York

    Winifred Tierney was headed to her sister Mary in Bloomfield, NJ. No Tierney in Bloomfield in 1900.

1899 October 22 Etruria Queenstown

  1. Page 628 line 9 Pat Lowry age 20, to his sister Mrs. (can't read) in Jersey City. Passage paid by his sister.
  2. No Pat Lowry in Jersey City in 1900

1899 October 25 Teutonic Queenstown

Listed together

  1. Ann Walsh age 19,
  2. James Killeen age 22
  3. Mary Killeen age 20.
  4. The Killeen siblings were going to their brother Joseph in NYC.

    Ann Walsh was going to her sister Bridget in NYC.

    Ann did not come up on the Ellis Island search for Walsh/Ballinrobe.

    The Killeen siblings do not come up on an Ellis Island search of Killeen/Ballinrobe.

    5 Lilleen households in Ballinrobe in 1901

  5. Page 331 Mary Concannon age 20 to sister Kate in New York

1900 March 3 Germanic Queenstown Feb 22

page 595

  1. Anthony O'Toole age 24 POP to step brother Jno Moran Jersey City.
  2. No Anthony O'Toole anywhere in the 1900 US census

1900 April 27 Germanic White Star Line Queenstown

Page 194

  1. Bridget O'Malley, age 22, servant headed for her sister in Pittsburg. Line 19
  2. Kate Conway, age 20, servant, headed for her sister Delia at 8th Avenue, NYC. Line 20
  3. Mary Walsh, age 17, bound for her uncle H Burke 150 Hudson Ave. Brooklyn.
  4. Mary Garvey, age 20, servant, headed for her aunt (can't read) Indianapolis. Line 25
  5. No Mary Garvey in Indiana in the 1900 US census

John Flynn line 22, Michael Walsh line 24 and John O'Brien line 24 missed the boat.

  • John Flynn, age 20, labourer, headed for his sister Mary, (can't read address) in Brooklyn. This was the only Flynn/Ballinrobe search result.
  • Michael Walsh, age 20, laborer, headed for his sister Bridget (can't read) Brooklyn
  • John O'Brien, shop assistant, headed for his sister (can't read) Indianapolis

I did not find another appropriate immigration record for John Flynn, Michael Walsh or John O'Brien.

1900 May 6 Etruria Queenstown

Page 547

  1. Kate Duffy age 20 to Fonda NY to Kate Duffy 203 So. Ferry "see Johnstown"
  2. No One Kate Duffy in Johnstown in the 1900 US census

1900 May 12 Campania Queenstown

    Page 59 Lines 17 and 18

  1. Peter Fitzpatrick age 19 passage paid by brother to brother George Fitzpatrick in Barrington, NY

  2. Michael O'Neill age 19 passage paid by sister to sister Kate Hession Worchester Mass.
  3. Page 536 Lines 7 and 8

  4. Penelope Varley age 19 "Ballinarob" to sister Mary Varley - orphanage - Amsterdam Ave NYC

    Mary Varley immigrated in 1898 October 17.

  5. Mary Hiskins age 21 "Ballinarob" to cousin Mary Mc Demmott Washington Park NY
  6. Both paid their own passage.

    Line 10

  7. Anthony Burvan (?) age 19 "Ballinarobe" to cousins P Sheridan in Boston.
  8. Page 603

  9. Ellen Rainey, age 18, "cousin" to her cousin Mary O Neill in Rochester.

  10. Sarah Conroy, age 23, to cousin S O'Neill in Rochester. Does not show up in a Conroy/Ballinrobe search.

  11. Patrick Vahey age 25 to brother J Vahy Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn.
  12. They all paid their own passage.

1900 May 21 Ivernia Queenstown

  1. Marie Mulroe age 17 Can't read this page

1900 May 31 Majestic Queenstown

    Page 332
  1. Mary Walsh Ballinrobe, age 18, servant, to her sister Julia in Cleveland. She paid her own passage.
  2. Page 346

  3. Michael Duffy age 20 to sister Margaret in Brooklyn, passage paid by sister.
  4. Bdgt Sheridan age 19 to her brother, Patrick, in Jersey City, NJ. Line 19

  5. Emily "Dann" age 20 to her father in NYC. Line 20

Missed the Boat:

  • Ellen Conroy age 18 h maid headed for Troy missed the boat. No other listing for Ellen on the Ellis Island site. Passage paid by sister.

  • Page 366 Ann Concannon age 17 missed the boat to NYC. Line 19. Ann does not show up in a Concannon/Ballinrobe search. Note: Ann is not listed at all in 1900 by the Ellis Island web site.

1900, June 23 Lucania Queenstown

Page 392

  1. Bridget Murphy age 25, to Frank Murphy in Jersey City
  2. Delia Garvey age 20 to brother Jas O'Shaughnessy in NYC
  3. Both paid their own passage.

1900 August 13 Cymric Queenstown Sailed August 4

Page 457 Lines 7 and 8

  1. Ann Conway age 19
  2. Catherine Conway, age ?? to their sister Margaret 350 Claremont Ave Brooklyn.

    } to indicate that they were together.

  3. Page 457 Line 17

  4. Brdgt Horan age 17 "Ballynrobe" POP to cousin "Do" (ditto) Conway 350 Claremont Ave Brooklyn Same address as Conway sisters.

1900 September 15 Lucania Queenstown

Page 100 line 16 and 17

  1. Mrs. L. P. Dunn age 30 US citizen
  2. Mrs. Sarah Goggin age 50 US citizen

  3. Both US citizens discharged on the pier and going to New Britain, Conn.

    New Britain is in Hartfort Co. NO Goggin or Dunn in New Britain, Hartfort Co. in 1900.

1900 September 26 the Oceanic

  1. John Flemming, age 15, clerk
  2. Valentine Fleming, age 13, clerk
  3. Although it is not listed as such on the manifest they were going to their parents in Jersey City. Their mother, Bridget, and brother, Walter, immigrated in June 1 1899. Their sister Mary Rose followed in October 1901. Originally the manifest listed other folk from Ballinrobe on the lines near them. However they all missed the boat.

Missed the boat:
  • Page 62 Mary K Connell, age 25, servant to resident of New York. Missed the boat. See below.
  • Julia Conway, age 23, servant to sister Margaret in Chicago. Missed the boat. See below.
  • Honor Lowle (?), age 18, to Brother Michael in Jersey City. Missed the boat. See below.
  • Maggie Murphy, age 18 servant to her cousin in Jersey City. Missed the boat. See below.

Note The misses Connell, Conway and Murphy crossed on the Teutonic in October. No further record for Miss Lowle.

1900 October 1 Campania Cunard Line Queenstown

    Page 394

  1. Nora Rogers age 18 to her cousin Nora Rogers of Youngstown, Ohio. She paid her own passage. Page 398

  2. Thomas Sheridan age 20, to his cousin in Jersey City passage paid by his cousin.

1900 October 4 Teutonic Queenstown

    page 600

    lines 28 29 and 30

  1. Mary K Connell age 25, to Mrs. Fitzgerald NYC

  2. Julia Conway, age 23 to sister in Chicago

  3. Honor Toole to brother 365 Grove Street in Jersey City.

  4. All POP all of Ballinrobe arrive on the Teutonic

  5. Maggie Murphy age 18 going to her cousin in New York City - NOT listed next to the other young ladies from Ballinrobe. No next of kin was listed on this manifest.
  6. Note: These four women were originally listed together on the Oceanic manifest arriving on September 26, see above. Why were they not together on the Teutonic manifest?

1900 October 13 Lucania Queenstown

Six day crossing.

    Page 185 line 10 through 29

  1. Nora Barrett age 50, a returning NYC resident of 35 years

  2. Kate McDerragh age 45 also a US resident of 35 years to her cousin in Englewood NJ . No one listed in a Mc Derragh/Ballinrobe search.

  3. Mary Phillips age 25 another returning resident of NYC (10 years),

  4. Ellen Thornton, age 17 to her sister in NYC

  5. John Malley age 24 to NYC,

  6. Julia Mc Nulty age 60 a 46 year US resident returning to Cincinnati Ohio

  7. Maggie Hughes age 20 also to Cincinnati. She was not listed in a Hughes/Ballinrobe search.

  8. Ellen Duddy age 22 another returning NYC resident (6 years)

  9. Kate Moran age 25 7 year resident of Montclair NJ

  10. Burke family which included

  11. Marie Burke age 29 returning resident
  12. Thomas Burke age 6 returning resident
  13. John Burke age 4 returning resident
  14. Martin Burke age 2 returning resident
  15. Mary Burke an infant returning resident
  16. All of the children were born in the US and were returning to Philadelphia where Mrs. Burke had lived for 10 years. Did not find them in the 1900 or 1910 census in Philly.

    Page 198

  17. Bridget Glynn age 16 to her sister in Le Roy NY. Passage paid by sister.
  18. Note: A quick search on Ancestry did not turn up anything for Kate Mc Derragh, Julia Mc Nulty, Kate Moran or the Burkes.

1900 October 21 Umbria Queenstown

  1. Michael Walsh age 33 headed to Sharon, Pa, returning resident. He is listed as having immigrated to Sharon in 1892. Paid his own passage. Line 20.

1900 November 15 Majestic Queenstown

page 652 line 10 and 11

  1. Thos Healy age 27
  2. Bdgt Healy age 22
  3. Both paid their own passage and both headed to Scranton, Pa.

1900 November 4 Etruria Queenstown

Page 320 line 23

  1. Kate Faragher age 22 passage paid by sister to sister Bridget Faragher in Kansas City.

1901 January 31 Teutonic Queenstown

Page 13

  1. Julia Walsh Ballinrobe, age 19, servant.
  2. Bridget Rattigan, age 22, Ballinrobe.
  3. They were listed as friends going to cousin Bridget Rattigan 129 West 121 Street, NYC. Neither had previously been in the US.

1901 March 16 Compania

Page 371 line 20

  1. Michael Lyons age 24 to his brother J. J. Lyons in Youngstown. Passage paid by self.

Note: The 1901 Irish Census was taken the night of March 31, 1901 - so technically everyone listed as having left after that date should appear in the census unless they were just visiting from the US.

1901 April 17 Oceanic

Page 408 lines 1 through 3

  1. Thomas Monahan, age 22, to his sister Mary at W 65th Street, NYC

    1901 census: Knockglass Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo, Monahan James(60) farmer Catherine(40) wife-Thomas(23)-Patrick(19)-Norah(16)-Michael(15)-Katie(14)-James(12)-John(11)-Annie(9)-Luke(5)

  2. Nora Walsh, age 17, to her sister Delia Walsh in Wilmington, Del

    1901 census: Two families in Ballinrobe with Noras of the right age:

    • Cloongowla Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Walsh John(50) farmer Kate(50) wife-James(27)-Thomas(24)-Annie(20)-Nora(16)
    • Knockglass Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Walsh Pat(54) farmer Mary(43) wife-Nora(17)-Mary(16)-Kate(14)-Pat(12)-John(10)-Maggie(7)- Sarah(6)-Teresa(3)-Agnes(1). This listing seems more likely as this Nora would be the first in line to emigrate.

  3. Peter Joyce, age 21 to his brother Joseph in Wilmington, Del.

    I did not find either Peter or Joseph Joyce in the 1910 census in Wilmington, Del. Nor Joseph Joyce in the 1900 census in Wilmington. There were other Joyce families in Wilmington in both censuses.

    1901 census: Rathredmond Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Joyce Martin(60) shepherd/born Co. Galway Bridget(53) wife-Thomas(30) born Co. Galway-Michael(29)-Peter(20)-Martin(17)-Bernard(15)

    They all paid their own passage.

Missed the boat:

Page 387 line 9

  • John J Tierney age 30 (something assistant) US Resident headed for New York missed the boat. Sailed on the Cymric arriving on April 23 1901

    1901: Irish Census Ballinrobe the Common: Tierney James 56 Male Head of Family, shoe maker, R Catholic Tierney John 28 Male Visitor, clerk, not married, R Catholic Tierney Thomas 22 Male, shop man, Son R Catholic Tierney Maggie 20 Female Daughter R Catholic Tierney Delia 18 Female Daughter R Catholic Tierney Sarah 50 Female Wife R Catholic

1901 April 23, Cymric

  1. John J Tierney age 30 Clerk US Resident 7 years headed to 348 E 58th Street, NYC

    1901 Census: Ballinrobe T./The Common Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Tierney, James(56) shoemaker Sarah(50) wife-John(28) visitor/clerk/not married-NOTE no relationship to James indicated- Thomas(22) son/not married-Maggie(20) dtr./not married-Delia(18) dtr./not married

1901 April 27, Luciania Queenstown

    Page 90 line 8

  1. Nora Hughes age 20 passage paid by sister going to her sister Mary Hughes in San Francisco.

    1901 Census Ireland: 4 Hughes families in Ballinrobe. NO Nora of the right age. No Nora of exact age listed in all Mayo. Several Mary Hughes born Ireland in San Francisco in 1900.

  2. Page 92 Line 7

  3. Bridget Hession, line 7, age 54, widow, housekeeper, to her daughter in Chicago in April 1901, passage paid by daughter.

    1901 Census Ireland: Cloongowla Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Hession Bridget(60) land holder/widow John(35) son/married/farmer-Margret(40) dtr. in law-Patrick(11) gs-James(9) gs-John(8) gs-Mary(5) gd-Bridget(3) gd

Missed the boat: There were six people from Ballinrobe listed on the manifest of this ship who all missed the boat.

Note: No further listing on Ellis Island. They may have sailed from another port

    Page 12 lines 12 through 16

  • James Morahan age 30, returning resident his wife,

  • Bridget Morahan, age 30, returning resident to Cleveland,

    Not in the 1901 Census in Ballinrobe. Not in 1900 census in Cleveland

  • Lizzie Cooney, age 25, a returning New York resident

    1901 Census Ireland: One Cooney family in Ballinrobe - Ballinrobe T./Glebe St. Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Cooney John(35) painter/born Co. Galway Maggie(38) wife-Julia(10)-Maggie(10)-Delia(7)-John(4)-Mary Ann(2)

  • Bridget Walsh, age 21, to Brooklyn

    16 Walsh families in Ballinrobe in 1901 - several possibilities for Bridget.

  • Mary Hughes age 17 to Peoria.

    1901 Census Ireland: Only close match - Ballinrobe T./Old Chapel Road Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo, Hughes Patrick(46) labourer/born Co. Galway Mary(44) wife-Patrick(20)-John(18)-William(16)-Mary(15)-Peter(12)-Bridget(10)

1901 May 3 Germanic Queenstown

Missed the boat

  • Ellen D-skia age 24 returning US resident to Wilmington. Missed again on the Majestic.

    Whatever this name is it is not very Irish. May be a married name

  • Rose Colleran age 20, to sister in NYC. Sailed on the Majestic arriving May 9.
  • Bridget Biggins age 20 to Cousin 22nd St, NYC. Sailed on the Majestic arriving May 9.

1901 May 5 Etruria Cunard Line Queenstown

  1. Delia Walsh, Ballinrobe, age 29, to her cousin Ellen Sheridan 106 W 119 St NYC.

    1901 Census: 16 Walsh families in Ballinrobe - only possibility Knocknakillew Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Walsh Anne(60) farmer/widow Bridget(26)-Thomas(24)-Norah(20)-all not married. - Delia is/was a nickname for Bridget.

  2. Page 17 lines 7 and 08

  3. William Lally age 20, to his sister, Kate, in Los Angeles Cal

    1901 Census: 6 Lally families in Ballinrobe - No William - 3 possibilities in Co. Mayo in general. Katie Lally born circa 1880 in LA servant immigration 1898. Cath Lally line 2 age 19 h maid to uncle in Los Angeles passage by self. Note she is not on the same page ad Bridget listed as line 6. 1898 May 12 Majestic Queenstown

  4. Bridget Lally age 21, to her sister Nora Lally in NYC.

    1901 Census: 6 Lally families in Ballinrobe - only possibility Churchfield Lower Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Lally Thomas(67) farmer Mary(56) wife-Bridget(22)-Thomas(20)-Ellen(17)-Matthew(14)-Honor(12)-Sarah(10)

  5. They paid their own passage.

1901 May 9 Majestic Queenstown

Missed the boat

    page 689

  • Bdgt Philpin age 23 to Bros John in Wilmington Del

    8 Philbin families in Ballinrobe in 1901

  • Ellen D------ age 24 US resident to Wilmington

    No appropriate later crossing for Bridget Philbin, can't be sure of Ellen D since I do not know last name.

  • Bridget Bourke age ?? to Wilmington missed the boat. Very hard to read messy page. She does NOT show up on a Ellis Island search.

    41 Burke families in Ballinrobe in 1901

  1. Rose Colleran age 20 to sister Mrs. Sheridan NYC

    2 Colleran families in Ballinrobe in 1901

  2. Bridget Biggins age 20 to cousin Mrs. Sheridan NYC.

    1 Bioggins families in Ballinrobe in 1901 - Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Biggins Denis(60) shopkeeper Mary(50) wife-Delia(24)-Mollie(22)-Maggie(20)-Katie(20)-Patrick(17)-Lillie(15)

    No other Biggins listed from Ballinrobe by Ellis Island between 1897 and 1905.

  3. All POP (paid own passage)

1901 May 11 Campania Queenstown

    Page 658 Lines 12, 13 and 14

  1. Anthony Calahan age 50, passage paid by son, US resident he had been in the US in St Louis and had left in 1900.

    Doesn't not come up on a EI/Calahan search. Nothing on quick Ancestry search in St. Louis. One Calahan family in Ballinrobe in 1901 - Rocksborough North Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo, Cahalin John(50) farmer Bridget(35) wife-Patrick(11)-Mary(9)-John(8)-Lawrence(6)-James(5)

  2. Nora Cusack age 22 passage paid by her brother going to her brother Thos Cusack in Jersey City

    The family of James Cisack born in Ireland was listed in 1900 - no Thomas Cusack in Jersey City in 1900. 5 Cusack families in Ballinrobe in 1901.

  3. Pat Macken age 21 passage paid by his sister. Going to his sister Mary Macken in NYC

    4 Machan families in Ballinrobe in 1901. NOT listed by ancestry.com in the US censuses in NYC/

  4. Same page line 22

  5. Annie Monaghan can't read age passage paid by sister going to sister Maggie Monaghan, West 75 NYC.

    1 Monaghan listed in Ballinrobe in 1901 - Ballinrobe T./High St. Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Monaghan Mary(70) widow Mary Burke(60) servant/widow

  6. Page 660 Line 20

  7. Martin Duffy age 21 passage paid by brother to his brother Patrick in Johnstown, NY

    10 Duffy families in Ballinrobe in 1901. NO Patrick Duffy in Johnstown in 1900.

  8. Page 668 Lines 7 8 and 9

  9. John Donnellon age 20 sister Kate Donnellon E 97 St NYC

    5 Donellen families in Ballinrobe in 1901. No John Donellen in NYC in the US censuses.

  10. Mary Munroe age 17 cousin Jno Holland 6th Ave NYC

    No Munroe (soundexed) families in Ballinrobe in 1901

  11. Thomas Philban age 17 sister Mary Philbin Cleveland

    No Thomas Philbin in Cleveland in the US Censuses. 8 Philbin families in Ballinrobe in 1901.

    8 Philbin families in Ballinrobe in 1901

    All POP

  12. Page 678 line 6

  13. Nora Shaughnessy age 17, Aunt Mrs. McGrane in Philadelphia/ Passage paid by self.

    6 Shaughnessy families in Ballinrobe in 1901

1901 May 15 Oceanic Queenstown

    Page 125 line 16 and 17

  1. Bridget O'Brien age 27 to her sister Delia in Indianapolis

    10 O'Brien (O'Bryne) families in Ballinrobe in 1901. No obvious Delia (Bridget) O'Brien in Indianapolis in 1900

  2. Julia Mea age 29 US Resident to Friend D Creave E 15the street NYC Missed the boat

    11 Mea (May, Maye) families in Ballinrobe in 1901. No Julia Mea in NYC in 1900.

1901 May 20 Umbria

    Page 197

  1. Mary Rainey age 20, passage paid by sister to sister Ellen Rainey Rochester NY

    1 Rainey family in Ballinrobe in 1901. Cloonerneen Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Rainey John(55) farmer/widower Mary(21) dtr./not married, No Ellen Rainey in Rochester in 1900.

1901 May 25 Lucania Carnard Line Queenstown

    Page 780 lines 2 to 4

  1. Bridget Sullivan, age 20 passage paid by brother going to her brother Thomas Sullivan in Leroy NY

    1901 Census Ireland: 5 Sullivan in Ballinrobe in 1901 - Bridget age 20 not listed with any of them.

  2. Peter Mullahey age 20 passage paid by brother going to his brother Owen Mullahy in Disurana

    1901 Census Ireland: No Mullahey (Mullahy) families in Ballinrobe. The only Peter Mullahey that fits the bill is Seefin Crossboyne Clanmorris Mayo Household Mullahy Martin(68) farmer Mary(57)-Peter(22)-Bridget(17)

  3. John Burke age 22 passage paid by sister going to his sister Ellen Burke in Brooklyn

    1901 Census Ireland: 11 Bruke families in Ballinrobe - 3 possible John Burke - none are right on the mark.

  4. Page 780 line 16

  5. Mary Toole age 16 passage paid by aunt going to her aunt Margaret Mc Dermott W 70 St NYC.

    1901 Census Ireland: Ballinrobe T./Abby St. Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Toole Peter(50) labourer Honoria(38) wife/publican-James(18) asst. clerk of union-Mary E.(17) asst. teacher-Peter J.(16)-Norah(14) dressmaker-John(8)-Bridie(6)-Katie(6mo.)-Michael Cunningham(28) brother in law/not married/clerk of crane-Mary Cunningham(65) mother in law/widow

  6. Page 780 line 21

  7. Patrick Butler age 17, carpenter passage paid by sister going to sister Honoria Butler in Johnstown, NY

    1901 Census Ireland: No Butler in Ballinrobe - 8 in Mayo - no Patrick the right age - no Patrick carpenter.

  8. Page 780 line 24

  9. Ellen Kelly an American citizen, householder, returning to Brooklyn.

    1901 Census Ireland: 5 Kelly families in Ballinrobe. Ellen not listed with them.

  10. Page 786 lines 2, 3 and 4

  11. Delia Mullen, age 18, going to her brother, (can't read) in Philadelphia,

    1901 Census Ireland: Kilkeeran Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Malone Maria(40) farmer/widow James Joseph(20) son/not married-Delia(16) dtr./not married

  12. Thomas Casey age 22 to his brother Martin in St Paul, Minn.

  13. 1901 Census Ireland: 7 Casey families in Ballinrobe - no Thomas of the right age.

    Martin Case born Ireland circa 1874 listed in Minn. State census 1895 in St Paul.

  14. Delia Joyce age 22 to her sister Mrs. McDonough in Brooklyn, New York.

    1901 Census Ireland: 16 Joyce families in Ballinrobe - no Delia.

    They all paid their own passage.

1901 May 27 Cymric Queenstown

  1. line 2 Bryan Heskin age 22 passage by self to aunt Mrs. Bryan Heskin Brooklyn

    1901 Census Ireland: I Heskin family in Ballinrobe - no Bryan - No Bryan Heskin in Mayo.

    Note: Bryan did not come up on a Heskin/Ballinrobe Ellis Island search

1901 June 6 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Bridget Moran age 35, resident of Rochester NY cousin Mary Henelly. Passage paid by sister.

    1901 Census Ireland: 19 Moran (Marrin/Morrin) in Ballinrobe.

1901 June 14 Oceanic from Liverpool white Star Line

Page 261 line 20, 21, and 22
  1. Annie Shaughnessy, age 21,

  2. Bridget Welsh age 21
  3. Both headed to "brother" M Shaughnessy 112 E 108 the Street NYC. They paid their own passage.

Missed the boat

  1. Mr. Clode can't read age one digit missed the boat. He had been in the US before.

1901 June 15 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. John Conway age 30
  2. Martin Conway age 20
  3. Kate Conway age 11 were listed together
  4. None of the had been to the US before. Passage for all was paid by "sister". John was going to his sister, Kate, on Washington Ave Brooklyn. Martin and Kate were going to their sister, Maggie, on Claremont Ave in Brooklyn. Note: Only Kate was listed by the Ellis Island search.

1901 June 16 Umbria Queenstown

Page 92 line 9 and 10

  1. Margaret Heskin age 19, passage paid by cousin, to cousin Kate Mally 208 W 21st Street, NYC.
  2. George Henry age 7 passage paid by brother to brother John Henry 208 W 21 St. NYC

1901 August 3 Campania Queenstown

  1. William Murphy age 50 engineer and his family wife
  2. Mary age 39
  3. daughters Rose, age 11
  4. Sarah, age 7,
  5. sons Hugh age 5
  6. Chas. age 3

All citizens and were dispatched on the pier. To New York. There was no indication of how long they had been in the US.

1900: Bronx, William Murphy 47, stationary Engineer, born Ireland, imm 1870, Mary Murphy 37, born Ireland imm 1870, Annie Murphy 15 Ellen Murphy 13 Rose Murphy 12 May Murphy 8 Sarah Murphy 6 Hugh Murphy 4 Charles Murphy 1 John Murphy 23, fireman, William Murphy 19

1905: Manhattan, William Murphy 53, engineer, Mary Murphy 42, Ann Murphy 20, stenographer, Alice Murphy 18, stenographer, Rose Murphy 17, Mary Murphy 15, Sarah Murphy 11, Hugh J Murphy 9, Charles F Murphy 7

1901 August 15 Oceanic

Page 775 line 24

  1. James Malley age 23, "moterman" to brother Patrick Columbus Ave NYC. Paid his own passage.

1901 August 17 Lucania Queenstown

Page 598 lines 13 through 18
  1. Kate Murphy Ballinrobe age 38 housekeeper had been in the US before. She had been in the US for 20 years and had left in 1901. She was returning to NYC.
  2. Martin Lally, age 24
  3. Patrick Lally, age 26
  4. Bridget Lally, age 19
  5. Martin, Patrick and Bridget Lally were headed to their sister, Annie Lally in Chicago.
  6. Thomas Mulroe, age 19 headed to his uncle Peter Mulroe in Sharon, Pa.
  7. Martin Malley age 22 going to his cousin Martin Kennedy in Scranton, Pa.
They all paid their own passage.

1901 August 28 Servia Originated in Liverpool Left Queenstown August 21

Page 17 line 2 and 3

  1. Susan Duffy age 29 married "machinist" citizen 17 years left US in 1901 going to Philadelphia
  2. Thomas Duffy age 26 married "hkeeper" resident 13 years going to Philadelphia.
  3. The occupations must have been reversed

    1890: Thomas Duffy Spouse: Susan Mullin Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Marriage Year: 1890 Marriage License Number: 38846 Digital GSU Number: 4140419

    1900: 2212 Broad street, Philadelphia, Thomas Duffy 26, imm 1888, laborer, Susan Duffy 28, no children, imm 1890, Irine Mullen 18, boarder, Andrew Burk 28, boarder, Joseph Mullen 21, bro in law, laborer

    1910: Thomas Duffy 37, oil works fireman, Susan Duffy 37

1901 August 29 Germanic Queenstown

Page 225 line 23

  1. Martin Feerick age 26, clerk arrived in NYC in 1901. Passage paid by his cousin going to his uncle, M Walsh, 59 E 106th street NYC

    Martin Feerick was listed with his aunt, Catherine Walsh, in the 1901 census in the town of Ballinrobe as a Draper's assistant. Not listed 1910 US census in NYC.

Page 228 Lines 1 through 19

  1. Patrick Cunningham age 27 laborer to sister Mrs. Moran, Courtland Ave NY returning resident 1 year left 1900
  2. Mary Cunningham age 55 h keeper to daughter can't read senility
    Patrick and Mary Cunningham in 1901 Census Ballinrobe: Patrick Cunningham age 27 single was listed in the 901 census on Abbey Street Ballinrobe with his mother, Mary age 60 widow.
  3. Michael Corbett age 29 laborer cousin Kate Varley, New Haven Conn
    1901 Census Ireland: No match
  4. Francis J Conolly age 20 clerk Brother James W 47th NYC
    1901 Census Ireland: No match

1901 September 11 Oceanic Queenstown

Page 459 line 11

  1. Bridget Molloy age 19 to her sister Sarah in Brooklyn paid her own passage
    1901 Census Ireland: No match

1901 September 14 Lucania

page 678 line 8

  1. Julia Faragher age 19 headed to her aunt Mrs. Size in Buffalo NY to missed the boat. No other crossing listed for her by Ellis Island.
    1901 Census Ireland: No match. There were Faragher/ Farraghers listed in Ballinrobe.
1901 September 20 Teutonic Queenstown

Page 67 line 2

  1. Mary Cusack age 18, to Ann Tracy in NYC paid own passage.
    1901 Census Ireland: Garranagerra, Ballinrobe, Ross, Mayo, Household, Cusack, Patrick(76), farmer/widower, Bridget Connolly (75) sister in law/not married, Cathrine(50) dtr. in law/widow, Mary(19) gd, Maggie(17) gd, Peter(15) gs, Patrick(11) gs

Page 75 line 1 through 5

  • Elizabeth Monaghan age 19
    1901 Census Ireland: No match with that spelling.
  • Nora Kennedy age 18
    1901 Census Ireland: No match
  • Anne Derrig age 20
    1901 Census Ireland: No match
  • Bridget Maru age 19
    1901 Census Ireland: No match
  • Bridget Lydon age 19
    1901 Census Ireland: No match - Lots of Lydons no Bridget of right age.
All missed the boat. Arrived on Cymric September 23, 1901

Page 77 line 30

  • Cath Conroy age 22 headed for her sister Maggie in Englewood passage paid by sister missed the boat. Arrived on Cymric September 23 1901, see below.
    1901 Census Ireland: No match

1901 September 23 Cymric Queenstown

page 555

  1. Catherine Conroy age 22 passage paid by sister to sister Maggie Conroy in Englewood New Jersey
  2. Elizabeth Monaghan age 19 passage paid by sister to sister McLean Philadelphia
  3. Nora Kennedy age 18 passage paid by sister to sister Mrs. Bordon Saratoga
  4. Ann Derrig age 20 passage paid by sister to sister Mary Derrig Allegheny Pa
  5. Bridget Maru age 19 passage paid by brother to brother Pat Maru Sharpsville Mercer Co. Pa.
  6. None of them show up on the respective family name Ballinrobe search 1901 census.

1901 October 6 Umbria

  • Ann McKenna to her cousin Mary Farragher Rochelle NY missed the boat
    1901 Census Ireland: No match
Page 550 line 1, page after Anna McKenna next entry.

  • Margaret Ruane age 20 to her brother Michael Ruane missed the boat
    1901 Census Ireland: ???? Cahercroobeen, Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Ruane, Darby(44), farmer, Mary(40), wife, Margaret(17), James(16), Thomas(11)

    They had both paid their own passage.

Page 544 Line 11
  • James Garry age 22 to brother M Garry in Chicago missed the boat. Passage paid by brother.*

    No other record through Ellis Island but his sister Sarah age 20 came in 1904

    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe under that spelling.

Line 25
  • Delia Caulfield age 18 seamstress to uncle J Murphy E 97th street passage paid by sister. Missed the boat. No later record on Ellis Island site. In April 2013 John Henning wrote that Delia Caulfield from Ballinrobe and James Garry* from Ballinrobe arrived on October 10 at Boston on the Ivernia from Queenstown (October 2). The immigration information was the same as that listed on the Oct 6 manifest. J Murphy was John Murphy, the brother of Bridget Murphy Caulfield. Bridget Murphy Caufield was Delia's mother. Delia had a sister Margaret who also immigrated to the USA.

    1901 Census Ireland: Ballinrobe T./Main St., Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Caulfield, Bridget (46), victualler/widow, Henry(26), Delia(18) dressmaker, John(16), Mary Catherine(15), William?(13), Patrick(9), Ellen(7), Bridget Hennelly(46) sister in law/widow

1901 October 10 Oceanic Queenstown

page 123

  1. Kate O'Toole age 19 passage paid by sister to sister Ellen "Toole" in Jersey City
  2. 1901 Census Ireland: No match

Page 139
  1. line 17

    Delia McCarthy age 23 US resident 7 years Bros J, Susquehanna NY

  2. Line 18

  3. Magh Mc Carthy age 20 US resident Bros J Susquehanna NY

    There is an indication { that joins the Delia and Magh McCarthy together.

    Note: No listing for Mc Carthy is Susquehanna, in the 1900 census (quick look).

  4. Line 19

    Mary Joyce age 27 from Killoven to her sister Mrs. Stanton in Jersey City.

  5. Line 20

    Mary Farragher age 20 Cuslough.

    There is an indication { that joins the Mary and John Farragher (next line) together.

  6. Line 21

    John Farragher age 17, Ballinrobe.

    Mary Farragher and John Farragher were both going to a relative Mary Varley on Amsterdam Ave in NYC

    A Farragher/Ballinrobe search yielded no results a simple Farragher search with no place listed yielded Julia from "Ballinrobl", see above listing for September 14, 1901.

  7. Line 22

    Mary Burke age 11 child from Cuslough passage paid by grandfather going to relative Jas Can--- in NYC.

  8. Line 23

    Julia Canavan age 28, "American" does not indicate where she was headed.

  9. Line 24

    Mary Rose Fleming age 13 US Citizen father Patrick Fleming Jersey City.

1901 October 26 Campania Queenstown

  1. Agnes Feerick age 21, Ballinrobe, to her sister Mary Feerick in New York City in 1901. Passage paid by sister. Not listed with anyone else from Ballinrobe.

1901 Census ireland: Not listed in Ballinrobe.

1902 March 4 Celtic Queenstown

page 819 line 28

  1. Bridget Swift age 17, passage paid by aunt, to her aunt Sarah Murphy W 102 Street NYC

1902 March 22, Campania

  1. Ryan, James age 19, lab, Ballinrobe, to brother Thomas Ryan Edgewood, Madison , Wisc

  1. Bridget Gannon age 18, seamstress Ballinrobe to Aunt Mrs Rimrick 1729 Ludlow Street Philadelphia Pa. She missed the boat. No other sailing listed.

1901 Irish Census:

No James Ryan Ballinrobe

No Bridget Gannon Ballinrobe.

1900 US Census: No Ryan in Madiosn Wisc.

1902 April 22 Cymric Queenstown

  1. page 394 line 6

    Kate Grimes age 23 American citizen returning to Brooklyn in US 6 years.

  2. page 394 line 9 John Ryan age 22 to his brother Thomas Ryan in Madison Wisc. Passage paid by brother.

  3. page 533 line 30

    Delia Feerick age 18, was on her way to her uncle Pat Feerick in Duchess County. Passage paid by self.

  4. Page 535 Marie Ann Flanagan age 35
  5. Nora age 1,
  6. James age 6,
  7. Annie age 8
  8. Kate age 9
  9. Patrick age 11

    Going to their husband/father passage paid by same can't read his name or address NYC. John [?] or Joseph [?] 64 Amsterdam [?] ave.,

    Annie was on line 10 the image is blurred on the extreme left and right sides of the page. The names and ages are taken from the Ellis Island webs site the right side of the page is legible.

1901 Census in Ireland: None of them in Ballinrobe.

1902 April 24 Oceanic Queenstown

  1. Page 509 line 3 Thomas Moran, age 21 headed to his brother Martin on Greenpoint Ave in Brooklyn. Passage paid by his brother.

    1901 Census in Ireland: Cloonerneen, Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Moran, Martin(75), farmer, Margaret(65) wife, Michael(30) son/not married, Thomas(21) son/not married, Andrew(18) son/not married

  1. Crossed out in the line next to Thomas Moran was Margaret Neven age 22 headed to her brother Pat Nevens on Greenpoint Ave in Brooklyn. She missed the boat and did not show up in any Ellis Island search.
    1901 Census in Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe.

    Page 520

  1. Mary Curran, age 20
  2. Nora O'Donnell, age 20 line 4
  3. James Feerick, age 22 line 10
  4. Herris Feerick age 6 line 11
  5. Bridget Sheridan, age 19 line 12
  6. Pat Naughton age 21 line 13

    Missed the boat. They arrived in NYC on the Majestic on May 1, 1902.

  1. Thomas Kevanagh, age 17 to his sister Mrs. (can't read) Newark NJ
    1901 Census: Cloonerneen, Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Kavanagh, Thomas(63), farmer/widower, Pat(28), Honor(18), Thomas(16), Denis(14)

  2. Michael Flannery, age 22 to his sister Mrs. (can't read) NYC
    1901 Census in Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex).

  3. Mary Joyce, age 20, to her cousin Mrs., Buckley NYC
    1901 Census in Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex).

  4. Delia O'Connell, age 20 to cant read NYC
    1901 Census in Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex).

  5. Patrick Ruane, clerk, age 26 US citizen to New York 3 years.
    Note: Patrick Ruane immigrated the first time on the Umbria February 26 1899. At the time he was listed as a labourer headed to his uncle in NYC.
    1901 Census in Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex).

    Further Records ??: Listed 190o and 1930 censuses in NYC?

  6. They all paid their own passage.

1902 May 1 Majestic

Page 31 lines 8 through 13

This crowd missed the boat that arrived on April 14. See above.

  1. Mary Curran age 20
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  2. Nora O'Donnell, age 20
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  3. Bridget Sheridan age 19
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  4. James Feerick, age 22
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  5. Harris "McCarthy" age 6
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  6. Patrick Naughton, age 21
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)
  7. There was an indication that James Feerick and Harris Mc Carthy were traveling together but their relationship is not given. Their destination was Harris Mc Carthy's, mother, and James Feerick's, aunt, Mrs. McCarthy in NYC. The indication is that none of them had been in the US before. The implication being that Mrs. Mc Carthy left her boy back in Ballinrobe with relatives when she immigrated. Harris was listed as Feerick on the Oceanic manifest.

    Marry Curran, Nora O'Donnell Bridget Sheridan, James Feerick etc do not show up a Ballinrobe search on Ellis Island.

1902 May 3 Lucania Queenstown

  1. James Conroy age 20 going to his brother Thomas in Youngstown. Passage paid by brother.
    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe (used Soundex)

1902 May 4 Celtic Queenstown

Page 815 line 25

  1. Annie Coyne age 18 to cousin Kate Coyne NYC
    1901 Census Ireland: Ballinrobe Demesne, Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Coyne, John(32), farmer, Bridget,(35) wife, Anne (17) sister/not married
  2. Anthony Doordan age 19 to cousin Kate Coyne NYC
    1901 Census in Ireland: Rahard, Ballinrobe, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household, Doordan, Mary(85), widow, Martin(52) son/married/farmer, Ellen(50) dtr. in law, Michael(50) brother/farmer/not married, Anthony(18) gs, Ellen(14) gd, Martin(12) gs, William(10) gs, Nora(8) gd

    Passage paid by self.

Page 821

  1. Mary Walsh Ballinrobe age 24, a US resident of 16 years was returning to the Louisville, Ky. She was traveling with other young people from Ballinrobe:
  2. Michael O'Conner, age 24, (to Philadelphia)
  3. Michael Coyne, age 20 (to his sister Maggie on 7th Ave. NYC),
  4. Mary Costello, age 20 (to her cousin Delia Murphy in Brooklyn),
    1901 Census Ireland ???: Trean Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Costello Bridget(60) farmer/widow Martin(26) son/not married-Mary(20) dtr./not married-Bridget(10) gd. Note: since none of the rest of this group shows up in the 1901 census in B'robe it is highly likely that this is not her.
  5. Maggie Murphy, age 17 (to her sister in Louisville)
  6. Patrick Browne, age 19 (to his brother in Brooklyn).
  7. 1901 Census in Ireland: I did not find any of them for sure.

1902 May 17 Campania Queenstown

  1. Maggie Murphy Ballinrobe age 19 traveling alone headed for a Murphy cousin on 1st Ave in NYC. This was a first entry into the US for this Maggie Murphy.

    1901 Census Ireland: Not in Ballinrobe.

1902 May 21 Oceanic Queenstown

Page 205 line 6 through 9

  1. Ellen Higgins age 20 to sister Bridget Higgins in Springfield Ohio

  2. Mary McGuire age 25 to cousin Mrs. Walsh Sharpsville Pa

  3. Mary Coyne age 23 sister no name NYC

  4. Mary Dolan age 21 cousin Bridget Higgins Springfield Ohio.

  5. All paid their own passage.

    1901 Census in Ireland: I did not find any of them for sure.

    190o US Census:

    • No Bridget Higgins in Springfield, Ohio
    • Bridget Walsh and her children in Sharpville born Ireland 1864: Bridget Walsh 31, Bridget D Walsh 11, Annie Walsh 6, Mamie Walsh 4, Stephen Marry 21. Says Bridget and her children immigrated in 1894. No occupation. Cannot find them Ellis Island 1894.

Page 393
  1. Line 27 James Ryan, age 19 to his brother in Madison Wisc. Paid for self.

    1901 Census in Ireland: I did not find him.

  1. Line 18 Bridget Gannon age 18 seamstress missed the boat to her aunt in Philadelphia paid for self. Did not show up on latter Ellis Island manifest.

    1901 Census in Ireland: I did not find her.

1902 May 25 Umbria Queenstown

page 599

  1. Brown, Mary age 19 to cousin John Brown, Rogers Ave Brooklyn

  2. Kate Mulroe, age 23 sister C Mulroe Philadelphia

  3. Mary Rooney age 18 cousin Mary Reddington Wilmington Del.
  4. Note: The bottoms of these pages are torn. It is possible that there were others from Ballinrobe on the previous page at the bottom of the page under residence in Ireland is "Balli" the rest is torn.

  5. Line can't read page torn name the same headed to brother Michael Corbitt Taylor Pa Minioka Lackawanna passage paid by brother.

1901 Census Ireland: Did not find them in Ballinrobe.

1902 May 31 Lucania Queenstown

page 848

  1. Tom King age 23 POP to friend Michael Burke 11 St Olean NY

1901 Census Ireland: Did not find him in Ballinrobe.

1902 July 12 Campania Queenstown

page 484 line 22

  1. Patrick O'Neill age 18, shopman passage paid by brother going to brother Michael O' Neill in Rochester, NY.

    1901 Census Ireland: Did not find him in Ballinrobe.

1902 August 1 Celtic Queenstown

Page 34 line 29

  1. Maggie Molloy age 23, to her cousin Mrs. Livery 79 Warren Street Brooklyn. Passage paid by self.

    1901 Census Ireland ?????: Greenaun Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Malley Patrick(74) farmer Mary(40) wife-Maggie(20)-William(19)-Peter(14)-Mary(12)-Cathrine(8)
    1900 Census USA: No Livery in Brooklyn

1902 August 8 Germanic Queenstown

  1. Maggie Philbin, age 40 American citizen, in US 20 years, home to cousin Mrs. Ward on South Broad Street in Philadelphia, line 19

    1900 US Census: Broad Street Philadelphia, Maggie Philbin, born Ireland, Aug 1859 age 40, single, immigrated 1878, servant the household of with Marie Ward, head born 1829 New York, daughter Mamie age 30, several boarders and other servants.

  1. Mary O'Brien age 25 American citizen Philadelphia, crossed out missed the boat No appropriate crossing listed at a later date.

1902 September 29 Celtic Queenstown

page 192 line 29

  1. Maggie Duffy age 18 passage paid by sister to cousin Mrs. Flynn in Brooklyn.

1901 Census Ireland: Not in B'robe.

1902 October 4 Campania Queenstown

  1. Nellie Murphy, Ballinrobe age 24 was returning to NYC and traveling alone. There is too much written in the "Whether ever before in the United Sates" column, so I can't make out the year of her first immigration.

1902 October 15 Oceanic Queenstown

page 398

  1. line 15 James Keoghan age 19 overwritten with 23 to sister Delia Mc Donnell W 35th Street NYC, he paid his passage

  2. line 23 Bridget Shaughnessy returning to Boston in US 17(00) ??? left US in 1900 to her cousin Margaret Barrett, Chelsea, Boston

1901 Census: Not in B'robe

1902 October 23 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Page 369 Line 19 Mary Higgins age 21 passage paid by sister going to uncle, Thomas Prendergast, in Jersey City.

    1901 Census: Not in B'robe

  2. Annie Burke, age 25 to her sister Mary Burke for NYC. Passage paid by self.

    1901 Census: Not in B'robe

  3. Page 371 Line 8 Delia Conroy age 23 return trip she had been in NYC in 1900. She was on her way to her sister Mrs. J Collins 8th Ave. NYC. She paid her own passage. No immigration listed for her in 1900 plus or minus a year.

    1901 Census: Not in B'robe

  4. Page 374 Line 6 Martin J Phillips salon keeper a US citizen who was discharged on the pier. There was no listing for his home in the US.

1902 October 27 Celtic Queenstown

  1. Winifred Walsh, age 24 h wife, paid her own passage, returning in New York 14 years home 238 75th street New York.

    1900 US Census: Not listed

1903 February 4 Saxonia Queenstown

  1. page 289 Line 1 John McTigue, age 24, Irish to brother Martin Mc Tigue in Jersey City passage paid by brother.

    1900 US Census: Martin Mc Tigue not listed in New Jersey.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  1. Line 11 Peter Connell age 30 (EI says 33 but it is clearly 30 on the manifest) American in US 15 Years left in 1902 citizen crossed out returning to friend New York missed the boat. No other crossing listed.

1903 March 1 Campania Queenstown

  1. page 101 Patrick Ryan age 23

  2. Maggie Ryan age 19

    } to their brother Thomas Ryan, Madison Wis. Passage paid by self

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe.

  3. Page 102 Line 2 Martin Madden age 28 nationality Irish overwritten by Great Britain returning to US to brother William Madden, Plainfield, NJ. Martin left the US in 1898 after a stay of 2 years.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe.

    1900 US Census: William Madden in Palinfield NJ, born Ireland, April 1840, age 60, immigrated 1861, gardener, his wife, Catherine, and several children, plus a nephew John Madden born Nov 1871 immigrated 1885.

  4. Lines 15 and 16 Stephen Heskin age 26 nationality Irish overwritten by Great Britain

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe.

  5. Mary Heskin age 19 nationality Irish overwritten by Great Britain

    They were connected with } going to Aunt Mrs. Higgins 209 E 53 St NYC.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe.

    Mary had been in the US before and left in 1902. Stephen had not been in the US before. They paid their own passage. Stephen shows up on a Heskin/Ballinrobe Ellis Search search Mary DOES NOT

1903 March 21 Cedric Queenstown

  1. John Burke age 22

    1901 Irish Census ?????: Cregduff Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Burke John(60) farmer Bridget(50) wife-John(18)-Bridget(15)-Magret(13)-James(8)-Mary Ellen(6)-Michael Joseph(4)

  2. Thomas Burke age 19

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe.

    cousins headed to John's brother Patrick Burke in Greenwich, NY

    1900 US Census: Patrick born about 1874 in Greenwich NY servant.

1903 April 2 Oceanic Queenstown

  1. Page 29 Patrick Malley age 33 to brother Martin Malley Glens Falls, NY passage paid by his brother. MISSED THE BOAT He crossed on the Cymric see below

1903 April 7 Cymric

  1. page 14 Patrick Malley age 33 to his brother Martin Malley, Glen Falls, New York passage paid by brother.

    1901 irish Census: Not in B'robe.

    1900 US Census: No Martin Malley in Glenn Falls, NY.

1903 April 8 Germanic Queenstown

    page 395 lines 22 to 26

  1. Bridget Stanton, age 19 paid by brother going to brother, Edward Stanton, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Penn

    1901 Irish Census: No

    Not listed Stanton/Ballinrobe passage EI

    1900 Census Mercer Co Pa: No Edward Stanton

  2. Annie Mulroe age 18, passage paid by sister going to sister, Mary Mulroe, in Chicago.

    1901 Irish Census??? : Greenaun Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Mulroe Martin(42) farmer Catherine(42) wife-Anne(15)-Michael(12)-Maggie(10)-Martin(6)-Bridget(4)

    1900 US Census: No Mary Mulroe, Chicago

  3. Mary O'Neill age 24 passage paid by cousin going to cousin, Thos. Heneghan, Chicago

    1901 Irish Census ??? : Trean Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household O'Neill Mary(56) married Patrick(25) son/not married-Mary(23) dtr./not married-Bridget Lydon(16) niece

  4. Bridget Heneghan age 22 passage paid by brother going to brother, Thos. Heneghan, Chicago

    1901 Irish Census: No

  5. Annie Quinn age 22 passage paid by brother going to brother Charles Quinn, Youngstown Ohio.

    1901 Census ireland ???: Churchfield Upper Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Quinn Charles(70) farmer Honour(60) wife/dressmaker-Annie(20) dtr./not married/dressmaker-John(19) son/not married

    1900 US Census: Youngstown Ohio, Charles Quinn, John Cannon, head, Youngstown Ward 6, Mahoning, Ohio, 29, Scotland, Immigration Year: 1890, Annie Cannon, 30, Katherine Cannon, 3, Mary Cannon, 3, James Cannon 8.12, Charles Quinn 35, cousin, born Ireland.

  6. Page 405

  7. Patrick Lally age 28 to cousin Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.

    1901 Irish Census ?????: Churchfield Lower Ballinrobe Ross Mayo Household Lally John(60) farmer/widower Mary(26)-Bridget(25)-Patrick(24)-Thomas(20)-Catherine(18)-Ellen(16)-Martin(15) Note : Most likely NOT

  8. Patrick Brown age 20 to cousin Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.

    1901 Irish Census: No

  9. Honor Cusack age 20 to brother Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.

    1901 Irish Census: No

    All paid their own way.

    1900 US Census: Two Michale "Cusick" in Sharpsville Pa. Most likely one - Michael Cusick 32, immigrated 1889, Kate T Cusick 23, Mary C Cusick 7.12, Thomas Lally 28, brother in law, immigrated 1893, Bridget Lally 29, sister, immigrated, 1890

1903 April 9 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. page 879 Katie Tierney age 24, married housewife, returning resident New York can't read date to brother, Patrick Kearney, then to Philadelphia. Passage paid by self.

1903 April 23 Etruria Queenstown

    page 191 line 16 and 17

  • Martin Henly age 24
  • Thomas Fahy age 25 missed the boat

    Their passage was paid by their brothers Pat Henly of Chicago and James Fahy of Chicago.

    No listings for Henly or Fahy/Ballinrobe. Thomas Fahy does not come up under that name in 1903 (Ellis Island site).

  • Michael Duffy, age 20, also missed the boat line 27 to his sister Margaret Duffy, Brooklyn who paid his passage

    Michael Duffy does not come up under that spelling in 1903 on EI search.

  • 1901 Census: None of the three.

    1900 US Census: No Henly or Fagy in Chicago. Several Margaret Duffys in Brooklyn.

1903 April 24 Queenstown

  1. page 407 line 26 Martin O'Brien age 18 passage paid by cousin to Michael Lyons, Youngstown, Ohio.

    1901 Irish Census: Not certain.

    1900 US Census: No Michael Lyons in Youngstown.

  2. line 30 James Coyne age 23 to his sister Bridget Coyne, 105 1/2 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn paid his own passage.

    1901 Irish Census: No.

    1900 US Census: Two Bridget Coyne in Brooklyn both married (married name Coyne).

1903 May 3 Umbria Queenstown

    Page 128

  1. Mary Varley age 20 to her sister Ellen Varley in Orange NJ. Passage paid by self.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe

    1900 US: No Ellen Varley in Orange, NJ.

  2. Page 135

  3. Michael McHugh 24

  4. Patrick Mc Hugh age 22 brother

    Both had passage paid by sister to sister Kate McHugh of Troy, NY

    1901 Irish Census: Not in B'robe

    1900 US Census: No Kate McHugh in Troy, NY

1903 May 4 Cymric Queenstown

    page 488

  1. Margaret Monaghan age 18 h maid to her sister Mary W 2nd Street, NYC passage paid by sister.

  2. page 492

  3. Mary Mackan age 18 to her sister Ellen 105 1/2 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn passage paid by self

  4. Bridget Brown age 18 to her sister Mary 105 1/2 Rogers Ave, Brooklyn

  5. Maggie Casey age 18 to her sister Mary Casey W 58th Street, NYC. Passage paid by aunt.

1901 Irish Census: None of the listed in B'robe.

1900 US Census: Names in those places too common.

1903 May 6 Ivernia Queenstown

    page 212 Lines 14, 15, 16, and 17

  1. Honora Hughes age 40 laundress, "single" to sister Mrs. Carroll W 98th street NYC

  2. Honora Hughes age 17 to aunt same address

  3. Kate Geraghty age 20 sister Jane Geraghty W. 159 St NYC

  4. Kate Naughton age 18 sister Mrs. Cahill Philadelphia

1901 Irish Census: None of the listed in B'robe.

1900 US Census: Names in those places too common.

1903 May 7 Teutonic Queenstown

    page 103

  • Austin Walsh Ballinrobe May 15, 1903, Germanic, age 26, going to cousin James Hughes, 103 Barclay Street Youngstown Ohio missed the boat.
  • Martin Higgins, age 20 going to Philadelphia also missed the boat.

  • Page 119

  • Peter Navin age 22 to Brooklyn and John Mullahy age 22 to Youngstown missed the boat.

They were on the Germanic which arrived on May 15.

1903 May 15, Germanic Queenstown

  1. Austin Walsh age 26, going to cousin James Hughes, 103 Barclay Street, Youngstown, Ohio.

  2. Martin Higgins, age 20 going to his cousin Thos Heneghan in Philadelphia.

  3. Page 312 Lines 7, 8 and 9

  4. Maggie Conry age 18 passage paid by cousin going to cousin Mary Fahy in Brooklyn

  5. Peter Navin age 20 passage paid by brother going to brother Patrick Nevin in Brooklyn

  6. John Mullahy age 22 passage paid by cousin going to cousin James Hughes, Youngstown, Ohio

1901 Irish Census: None of the listed in B'robe. Note: Austin was not a common name. I search for Austin Walsh in all Mayo did not turn up a perfect fit.

1900 US Census: There were James Hughes in Youngstown - none born in Ireland. Other names in those places too common.

1903 May 17 Cedric Queenstown

    page 709 lines 22 23 and 24

  1. Sarah Carney age 16 PP aunt to Aunt Mrs. Patrick Crowe, Perry Street, Johnstown

  2. Mary Flannery age 18 PP cousin to cousin Ann Flannery W 101 St NYC

  3. Mary Cameron age 18 PP cousin to cousin John Mellett, 124 Prospect, Johnstown

  4. page 725

  5. James Reilly age 20 going to sister Mrs. Flanagan, Dobbs Ferry, NY passage paid by self.

1901 Irish Census: Possibley Mary Cameron. Others not listed in B'robe.

1900 US Census: No Crowe or Mellett in Johnstown, No Flanagan in Dobbs Ferry.

1903 May 21 Aurania Queenstown

    page 131

  1. John Moran, age 22, passage paid by self, going to sister Mary Moran in Fitchburg (no state)
  2. Page 133

  3. John Tynan age 22 sister Ellen Tynan, Roxburg, Boston paid for self

  4. Martin Hughes age 32 had been in US before left in 1902 to brother John Hughes in Watertown, Mass.
  5. Page 136 Line 7

  6. John May age 17 passage paid by sister going to friend Mrs. Boyle in Boston

1901 Irish Census ????:

Caher Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Moran Pat(23) coachman/not married John(20) brother/not married-Mary(20) sister/not married

Kilkeeran Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household May Michael(60) farmer/widower Martin(20)-James(18)-John(16)

No listing for others.

1900 US Census: John Hughes born Ireland circa 1854 immigrated 1870 Watertown Mass married with children. Other names/places to common.

1903 May 23 Celtic Queenstown

    Page 431

  1. Kate Carney age 20 PP aunt to Aunt Mrs. Kineay in Kune Pa (?)

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census: No

1903 May 28 Oceanic Queenstown

    page 669

  1. Bridget Tully age 22 to her aunt Mr. Conroy in Des Moines, Iowa

  2. Margaret Halleran age 20 to her sister Ellen Holleran, Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

  3. Both paid their own passage. Margaret does not show up on a Halleran/Ballinrobe search but does show up on a general Halloran search.

1901 Irish Census: No Bridget Tully or Margaret Holloran that fit the bill in a total Mayo search.

1900 US Census: Several Conroy in Des Moines. No Ellen Holleran in Brooklyn.

1903 June 4 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. page 363 Sarah Sears age 20 to her brother Matt in Philadelphia. Passage paid by self.

1901 Irish Census: No Sarah Sears in Ballinrobe. Two possible in Ballyshingadaun Kilmolara Kilmaine Mayo

1900 US Census: No Mat (Matthew) Sears in Philly.

1903 June 13 Etruria

    Page 32 can't read lines page torn

    Together

  1. Mary Madden age 17 to sister Mrs. Kellallon Glassport, Pa. Passage paid by self.

  2. Mary Ann Mangan age 21 to aunt Maggie Philben, Broad St, NYC passage paid by self

  3. Norah O'Malley age 22 returning resident left in 1903 423 W 56th, street NYC passage paid by self

  4. Martin Mc Tigue age 23 to brother Thomas Mctigue 3rd Street, NYC. Passage paid by self
1901 Irish Census:

??? Cloonliffen Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Madden Thomas(60) farmer Mary(58) wife-John(18)-Thomas(16)-Mary(14)-Kate(11)-Annie(9)

Nothing for the rest of them in Ballinrobe.

1900 US Census:

No Kellallon in Glassport, Pa. No Norah O'Malley in NYC. Other name/places too common.

1903 June 14 Cedric Queenstown

    page 220

  1. Peter Mally age 21 to his brother Stephen Mally, Sharpeville, Pa passage paid by brother.

1901 Irish Census: No good match in B'robe.

1900 US Census: No.

Note: There is a April 27 1900 immigration for Stephen Malley age 21, from Glausane (?), to Sharpsville, Pa, to his cousin James Malley in Sharon, Pa. (Sharon is very near Sharpsville)

No James Malley (Mally/O'Mally etc) in Mercer Co Pa in 1900.

1903 June 20 Campania Queenstown

  1. James Walsh, Ballinrobe, age 22, laborer, returning going to his brother Michael Walsh of Mexian (Madison?) (crossed out) Avenue, New York City. He had been in the US in 1901 also noted "3 years".

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 June 28 Umbria Queenstown

    Page 383 Line 20 and 21

  1. James Hughes age 20 to uncle Pat Walsh Youngstown, Ohio passage paid by uncle
  2. Bridget Runney age 20 to sister Mary Runney Rochester, NY passage paid by sister.

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census: too common

1903 July 11 Etruria Queenstown

  1. page 358 David Tierney age 22 passage paid by sister going to sister Delia Tierney w 16th St. NYC

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census: No

1903 August 7 Germanic Queenstown

  1. John Murphy, Ballinrobe age 50, saloon keeper, US Citizen

  2. his daughter, Mary age 5 born in America
  3. headed home to Brooklyn were dispatched on the pier. There was no indication how long John had been in the US but Mary was "born in America".

1901 Irish Census: Not appropriate.

1900 US Census: Maybe.

1903 August 12 Majestic

    page 313

  1. Catherine Varley age 20 last residence Ballinrobe - to sister Bridget Varley 1225 Fayette Street, Pittsburg, Pa. (Wrong manifest on Ellis Island site an Italian ship.)

  2. Bridget Coyne age 17. She was detained. Cause of detention "Sis" Disposition "Annie Division Park Staten Island" (Wrong manifest an Italian ship on Ellis Island site.)

1901 Irish Census: No Varley (other spellings) in B'robe. No Bridget Coyne.

1900 US Census:

1903 August 20 Oceanic Queenstown

  1. page 576 Bridget Heskin age 29 U S Citizen discharged on pier returning to brother Patrick in Wheeling W.Va. Can't read information on how long in US and when left too much written in small space.

    1898: Miss Bridget Heskin 929 Main Wheeling, West Virginia, USA Occupation: Domestic, Wks

    Also listed in Wheeling direcroty 1884 through 1904. Heskins/Haskins

1901 Irish Census: No

No

One Heskin family in Ballinrobe in 1901: Levally Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Heskin Stephen(37) farm servant Elizabeth(28) wife-Nora Mary(1)-Mary Kyne(17) servant/not married/born Co. Galway

1900 US Census: No Heskin Wheeling, West Virginia

1903 August 24 Cymric Queenstown

  • Winifred Walsh Ballinrobe age 25 was not listed next to anyone else from Ballinrobe. A line was drawn through all of the information and no address was listed for relative of friend in the US. Was this the same Winifred who had come in 1902?
  • Stephen Wall, age 21, Ballinrobe labourer was also crossed out. This means that they missed the boat.

No other listing on Ellis Island for Winifred Walsh or Stephen Wall.

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 August 27 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. Michael Casey age 20 laborer, to sister Mary Casey Brooklyn 1275 Bergen street. (No image available EI)

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 August 29 Lucania Queenstown

    page 197

  1. Sarah Connolly age 18 line 13 POP Sister Mrs. Wm Linihan (?) E 28th Street

  2. Maria Loftus age 17 PP aunt Julia Mullowney, Monmouth, NJ

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census: Julia Maloney in Momouth New Jersey age 65 born Ireland immigrated 1865 with sons (born in NJ), daughter in law (born Ireland) and grandchild (born NJ).

1903 September 9 Majestic Queenstown

  1. page 18 Lizzie Shaughnessy age 22 to her brother John in "Newcastle", Pa. (EI wrong manifest it's a ship out of Naples Italy.)

    She missed the boat and sailed the Celtic on Sept 19

  2. Page ???
  3. Mary Varley age 22

  4. Penelope Varley age 20

    Missed the boat and arrived on Sept. 13 on the Celtic.

    Both listed as going "home" to 209 E 33rd street New York . They missed the boat.

  5. Bridget Lyden age 25 to cousin in Jersey city

  6. Mary Kyne age 22 to aunt in Jersey City

    Patrick Harte age 25 to New York to sister Mary Varley New York (cannot read address crossed out but it may be 209 E 33rd street)

  7. All missed the boat.They sailed on the Celtic on September 13. See below.

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 September 10, Queenstown

  1. Margaret Cusick servant, age 18, Ballinrobe to cousin Mrs. Tracey, 724 Washington st New York

  2. Maggie Stanton age 20. To aunt Mrs Fox 144 49th west st New York

  3. EI Wrong manifest comes up an Italian ship out of Palermo.)

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 September 13 Celtic Queenstown

    page 124 line 18

  1. Bridget Jennings age 19 to brother Michael Jennings 1 St. Ave NYC
  2. Page 126

    Listed together

  3. Mary Varley age 22 returning (see 1900 census below)

  4. Penelope Varley age 20 returning(see 1900 census below)

    There were connected with { no comment as to relationship. Both were noted "American" overwritten "Irish" and for both it indicates that they were returning. There is too much written in a small space but it appears that they left the US in 1903. Both were coming home to cousin Kate Baker in NYC.

    Notes:

    • This was a return trip for Mary who immigrated in 1898, age 19 to brother Michael in NYC. She was listed in the 1900 census in NYC.
    • This was a return trip for Penelope who immigrated in 1900. "Penelope Varley age 19 "Ballinarob" to sister Mary Varley aron orphanage Amsterdam Ave NYC". Penelope was listed in the 1900 census in NYC. (They were sisters.)

  5. Bridget Lyden age 25

  6. and Mary Kyne age 22
  7. Bridget and Mary were connected with a { cousins and were going to cousin Mrs. Farrell Jersey City

  8. Patrick Hart age 25 to cousin Mary Varley E 33 St NYC. Is this the same Mary Varley as the one he was traveling with?
  9. Page 128 Lines 19 20 21

  10. Lizzie Shaughnessy age 22 Ballinrobe brother John Shaughnessy, Lawrence Pa. Paid her own passage

  11. Mary Mc Govern age 19 Ballinrobe Cousin, Julia Tagher, Brooklyn. Paid her own passage

  12. Ann M Polan age 19 Shrule to sister Mary Oakland Street Brooklyn Paid her own passage

1901 Irish Census:

??? Ballinrobe T. Creagh Road Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Jennings Patrick(67) army pensioner Connaught Rangers-Bridget(50) wife-Bridget(16) born England-Patrick(15) born England

No Varley in B'robe

No Bridget Lydon

No May Kyne

No Patrick Hart

No Lizzie Shaughnessy

No Mary Mc Govern

No Polan anywhere.

1900 US Census:

Penelope Varley age 18, born Ireland, immigrated 1900 in US 6 weeks, on Park Ave., Manhattan servant with the family of Thomas Johnson born Ireland.

Mary Varley, age 21, born May 1879 Ireland, servant, Hebrew orphanage NYC, immigrated 1898. There were tons of Irish born servants in this institution.

No John Shaughnessy in Lawrence Pa.

Others too common.

1903 September 17 Oceanic Queenstown

  1. page 33 Brgt Gannon age 22 Great Britain returning home to East Orange New Jersey left in 1903

1901 Irish Census:
  • Ballinrobe T./New St. Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Gannon Francis(54) slator Ellen(53) wife-Pat(21) son/not married/slator
  • Ballinrobe T./Old Chapel Road Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Gannon Susna(60) widow Martin(26) son/not married/fish dealer

1900 US Census: No

1903 September 26 Lucania Queenstown

    page 411

  1. John Phillips age 20 to brother Martin Phillips 125 St NYC passage paid by self

  2. Nora Hughes age 19 to sister Mary Hughes, Cincinnati passage paid by sister.
  3. page 450

  4. Peter O'Brien age 19, to brother Martin, Youngstown, Ohio passage paid by self

1901 Irish Census: No Phillip (at all). No Nora Hughes.

Cloonnagashel Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household O'Brien Martin(47) herd Sarah(43) wife-Martin(18)-Peter(16)-John(14)-Patrick(11)-Mary(9)-Catherine(6)

1900 US Census: Common.

1903 Sept 5 Cedric Queenstown

  1. page 579 lines 21, 22 and 23 James Finnerty age 34 married US citizen 16 years in US
  2. Mrs. Kate Finnerty age 36 married returning
  3. James son age 7 US born

    home to 3rd Street Jersey City.

1901 Irish Census:

Cloonenagh Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Finnerty Norah(36) farmer/married Lillie(13)-Patrick(12)

Cloongowla Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Finnerty Michael(82) farmer Ellen(70) wife-Anthony(39) son/not married

1900 US Census: Jersey City, James Finnerty, May 1869, immigrated 1889, firefighter, Catherine Feb 1868 5 children 2 still living, James Jr Feb 1896, Mary daughter Feb 1900, John, brother Sept 1875, age 24, immigrated 1896 can't read occupation.

Note: Immigration: John Finnerty age 21 lab June 04, 1896, Ireland, Germanic to New York, no other information.

1903 October 3 Cedric

    page 495 lines 25 through 20 page 496

  1. Annie Sheridan, 21, passage paid by sister going to sister Mrs. Johnston in Brooklyn

  2. Patrick Moghan, 19, passage paid by sister going to sister Mary Moghan in Wilmington,

  3. Mary Sheridan age 17 passage paid by uncle, going to uncle Thos. Moraghan in Wilmington,

  4. Mamie Rogers, 17, passage paid by mother, going to her mother Mrs. Monarty in Brooklyn. She does not come up on a Rogers/Ballinrobe search.

  5. Bridget Walsh, 20, passage paid by sister

  6. Mary Walsh, 22, passage paid by self were going to their sister, Julia Walsh, at West 55th Street in NYC. There is a notation that Mary had been in the US for 7 years.

  7. Page 497

    On the next page and continuing from the list above were

  8. Patrick O'Brien, age 20, passage paid by brother, bound for his brother in Trenton, NJ,

  9. Ellen Shaughnessy age 17, passage paid by uncle and bound for her uncle Luke Shaughnessy on West 26 Street NYC

  10. Annie Killean, age 18, passage paid by her sister and going to her sister Mary Kelleen in Philadelphia.
  11. Page 509 Line 4

  12. Sarah Joyce, age 24, American returning home to Philadelphia where she had been living for three years. She paid her own passage.

    Did not find original immigration.

  13. Line 28 Patrick Malley age 20 going to his sister in Brooklyn. He paid his own passage.

  14. Line 28 Maggie Harrison age 21

  15. Line 30 Bridget Harrison age 30.

    The Harrison sisters were connected with {sisters and were headed to their brother in Philadelphia.

  16. Kate Size, 19, to her sister in Philadelphia

  17. Ellen Burke, 19 to her uncle Luke Shaughnessy in NYC, see Ellen Shaughnessy above.

  18. Annie Hynes, 26 to her cousin in Brooklyn.
  19. Page 513 Line 10

  20. Nora Jennings age 23, house keeper returning resident & years left US in 1903, going to her cousin Harry Walsh in Brooklyn

    Her original immigration was in 1899 April 29, see above.

  21. Line 12 Bridget Derrig age 20 to her cousin M Gilloohy 1st Ave NYC

    Her sister Margaret followed in 1904, June 5.

  22. Line 13 Mary Walsh age 22 to friend M Monaghan in Wilmington Del.

  23. Line 14 Delia Mc Keon age 25 Cousin Mrs. Walsh in Wilmington

  24. Line 15 Catherine Sheridan age 27 American home to Wilmington

    Original immigration unclear.

  25. Line 23, 24 and 25

  26. Mary Tierney age 24

  27. Julia Tierney, sister age 20

  28. Kate Tierney cousin age 19

    She sailed again in 1904, see below.

    These three were joined by { and were going to brother/cousin Michael Tierney in Brooklyn

  29. Mary Burke age 20 to her cousin Mrs. Cusack in NYC

  30. Delia Colbrook age 19 to her aunt Mary Colboon in NYC

  1. Line 11 Maria Willis age 18, missed the boat
1901 Irish Census: Noting certain on any of them. Possibilities, Mary Sheridan, Bridget Walsh, Patrick Mally and Ellen Burke. Nothing on the rest.

1900 US Census:

Luke Shaughnessy 26 Street, Manhattan 1900, March 1870, immigrated 1878, peddler, Kate wife 4 children 2 living, John, 1896, Martin 1898

Sarah Joyce several.

Rest too vague or too common.

1903 October 10 Campania Queenstown

  1. Thomas Joyce age 24, to his cousin Martin Madden in St Louis Mo. He paid his own passage.

  2. Page 109

  3. Line 11 Winnie Coolahan age 21 (?) PP sister to her sister Mrs. Honegan 5th Place Chicago.

  4. Line 24 Margaret Hennelly age 18 PP uncle she had been in the US before left in 1903 does not say when she arrive the first time to her uncle Michael McDonald 8th Ave NYC

    Original immigration - did not find.

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

Martin Madden St Louis, no.

1903 October 11 Celtic Queenstown

    page 692 Kate Thornton age 25 country of last permanent residence Great Britain had been in US before and was returning to Pittsburg. I can't read the other information on # of years etc because there is too much written in the small space.

    Kate was listed with two other who were also listed from Great Britain who had also previously been in the US. The others were going to New York and to Philadelphia.

    Original immigration - did not find

1901 Irish Census: No Thornton in B'robe.

1900 US Census: No

1903 October 31 Etruria Queenstown

  1. page 228 Kate Cannon age 22 to her cousin Delia Caulfield W 89th street NYC. Passage paid by self
1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 November 11 Oceanic Queenstown

page 781 lines 11 and 12 Denis Cavanagh age 18 to sister Mrs. Lechleiter 5th Avenue Newark Sarah Sheridan age 18 to cousin same name and address Both POP

1901 Irish Census: No

1900 US Census:

1903 November 27 Cedric Queenstown

    page 700 lines 15, 16 and 17

  1. Patrick Philban age 28 married American crossed out Irish overwritten US citizen

  2. Annie wife age 28 returning

  3. Terance child age 5 returning

    Joined by } Home to 1542 2nd Ave NYC

    Original immigration Patrick Philbin May 05, 1893, from "Co. Mayo", Ireland

  4. Line 19 Kate Farragher age 19 to brother William 1542 2nd Ave NYC POP

  5. The person between them was Martin Ronan age 19 of Dunmore POP going to sister Mrs. Mary Cunningham of 415 W ?1 St NYC

1901 Irish Census: 8 Philbin households in B'robe in 1901.

No Kate Farragher in B'robe.

1900 US Census: Not in 1900 but in 1920, with Anne, Terrance and other children, chauffeur, taxi, says original immigration in 1893.

1903 December 19 Lucania Queenstown

    page 222 lines 22 through 27

  1. Agnes O'Conner age 39 wife house keeper US citizen to husband Ed Conners Brooklyn in US 1+? Years left in 1903

  2. Mary O'Conner 1 1/2 infant child with mother as above US born

    These two were joined by } They do no show up under O'Conner/Ballinrobe

  3. Bridget Kelly age 29, wife, to her sister Mrs. Knower E 7th Street NYC, never in US before.

  4. Lillie child infant no age with mother as above

    These two were joined with } Lillie does not show up in Kelly/Ballinrobe search Bridget

Passage paid by self for all four

1901 Irish Census:

1900 US Census:

1904 January 16 Lucania Queenstown Jan 10

    page 506

  1. James Macken age 23 passage paid by uncle Richard Feeney of Peoria.

    James was able to bring out his brother John age 20 in 1905. See the Campania June 24 1905 below.

  2. 1901 Irish Census: ????? Cavanquarter Ballinrobe Kilmaine Mayo Household Macken James(60) farmer/widower James(17)-John(15)-Anne(7)

    1900 US Census: Richard Feeney in Peoria - also in 1910 and 1920. 1900 with wife and children and brother-in-law (Lawrence Farley), Richard Feeney born Sept 1859 Ireland immigrated in 1884 teamster.

1904 February 4 Oceanic Queenstown

    page 22 lines 6 through 8

  1. Anthony Dolan age 25 returning resident 1899 to 1903 to brother Michael Dolan Humbolt St Brooklyn

    1904 is the only appropriate listing for this Anthony Dolan. Tons of Michael Dolan, none indicated "Ballinrobe".

  2. John Gibbons age 25 to cousin Michael Dolan same address

  3. Mary Lally age 20 to uncle John Lally Jackson St Brooklyn

  4. Catherine Heneghan age 19 to cousin John Lally same address.

    All POP

1901 Irish Census: None

1900 US Census: 3 Michael Dolan in Brooklyn in 1900, no Anthony.

1904 February 20 Cedric Queenstown

  1. Kate Conroy age 21 passage paid by her sister going to her sister Mary, Prospect Place, Brooklyn

1901 Irish Census:

1900 US Census:

1904 March 18 Cedric Queenstown

  1. Mary Gallagher age 30 widow householder American in US 15 years left in 1903 home to 144 North 9th Street Williamsburg, Brooklyn

  2. Mary Gallagher age 3 child with her mother.

    Joined by }

  3. Julia Gallagher age 10 months crossed out. See October 12 Oceanic crossing

1901 Irish Census:

1900 US Census:

1904 March 27 Etruria Queenstown

  1. page 54 line 6 Bridget Malley age 18 POP to Uncle Thomas O'Rouke Boston Mass.
1901 Irish Census:

1900 US Census:

1904 April 15 Cedric Queenstown

  1. page 190 Catherine Burke age 20 POP to Brother Patrick, Mechanicville, Saratoga, NY

  2. page 202 lines 7 and 8

  3. Mrs. Mary Walsh, widow age 39, housekeeper

  4. her son Francis, age 9

    both US citizens were headed to 127 Somer Street in Brooklyn. The manifest indicates that Mary was in the US from 1887-1903 and that Francis was born in America going home to her aunt Mrs. John Washington at 127 Somers Street Brooklyn. Housekeeper in this sense did not necessarily mean that Mary Walsh worked outside her home.

  5. Line 9 John Staunton age 24 POP to sister Mary Staunton 105 1/2 Rogers Ave Brooklyn

  6. Line 10 Michael Nally POP to Brother Edward Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky.

  7. Lines 11 to 13

  8. Mrs. Bridget Lyden married h Keeper
  9. sons John Thomas age 7
  10. Michael Joseph age 6

    joined by } all America citizens children born in America to home in Butte City left US in 1903.

  11. Page 204

  12. Jane Coyne age 19 POP to her brother John Coyne Madison Ave NYC

  • Line 14 Thomas Burke age 25 who missed the boat. To his sister Bridget Burke in Pittsburg. No further record in Ellis Island.

    No later listing for immigration.

1901 Irish Census:

1900 Census: No Mary and Francis Walsh

1904 April 21 Majestic Queenstown sailed April 14

    page 97 lines 10 to 12

  1. Maggie O'Donnell age 20 to sister Bridget O'Donnell, Scranton Pa
  2. Mary Feerick age 20 to Uncle Thomas Feerick, 252 W 143 Street, NYC

  3. Catherine Feerick age 18 to Uncle Thomas Feerick same address.

    All POP and Missed the boat. See the Arabic on April 24 below

  4. Page 103 James Henelly age 18 PP brother to his brother Pat, St Louis missed the boat. Sailed on the Arabic which arrived April 24
    1. Page 107 Dominic Kelly age 20 to sister, Mary Kelly, Newark Ave, Jersey City passage paid by sister.

    1901 Irish Census: No listing in either Roscommon or Mayo for Dominic Kelly of the correct age.

    1900 Census:

1904 April 24 Etruria Queenstown sailed April 17

    page 762 lines 20 and 21

  1. Wm H Cook age 20 plumber brother Alfred Cook St Louis Mo POP
  2. Sarah Lally age 21 servant to sister Mrs. Donaldson 8th Ave NYC

1904 April 24 Arabic Queenstown sailed April 16

    page 800

  1. Maggie O'Donnell age 20 to sister Bridget O'Donnell Scranton Pa
  2. Mary Feerick age 20 to Uncle Thomas Feerick 252 W 143 Street NYC

  3. Catherine Feerick age 18 to Uncle Thomas Feerick same address.

  4. All POP

  5. Page 803 James Hennelly age 18 PP brother to brother Patrick in St Louis

1904 May 1 Lucania Queenstown Sailed April 24

    page 199 lines 23 to 25

  1. Delia Newell age 30 passage paid by sister

  2. John Newell age 23 passage paid by sister

    Joined by } passage paid by sister

  3. Mary Kennedy age 19 passage paid by uncle

  4. Page 229

  5. Mary Greevy age 21 to her cousin Catherine Greevy Chicago

  6. William Newell age 25 to his sister Kate Newell Chicago.

    Both POP

1904 May 5 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. page 499 Kate Tierney age 24 American to New York 189? Returned to Ireland 1903 to brother Michael 198 Kings Street Brooklyn

    She came in in 1903, see above.

1904 May 5 Teutonic Queenstown Sailed April 18

  1. Bridget Murphy Ballinrobe, age 20, going to Lawrence Mass, line 6.

  2. Michael Joyce, age 24, headed to his sister in Pittsburg. Passage paid by his sister, line 11. Could be Michael the son of Thomas Joyce listed age 20 in the 1901 census

  3. Page 515 Mary Jennings age 27 American crossed out Irish written over returning home to cousin Kate Jennings 9th Ave Brooklyn

    In US 9 years left in 1903.

    1900 US Census: Brooklyn servant immigrated 1894.

    Did not find first immigration.

  4. Page 519 John Casey age 26 line 16 POP to aunt Mrs. Dawson 2 5th Ave NYC

1904 May 8 Umbria Queenstown sailed May 1

    page 131 lines 13, 14 and 15

  1. Julia Glynn age 52 widow and her daughters,

  2. Maggie age 25
  3. Julia age 17

    Joined by } to Julia senior's daughter, Agnes in Troy New York.

1901 Irish Census: Annefield Kilcommon Kilmaine Mayo Household, Glynn, Julia(54), widow, Maggie(25) dtr./not married-Julia(14) dtr.

Note: This is the first clear example of the fact that many of these people were not coming from Ballinrobe.

Despite the slight differences in ages between the immigration and the census record this is surely them. Why does the manifest list them as being from Ballinrobe?

1904 May 9/13 1904 Celtic Queenstown

  1. Michael Walsh Ballinrobe nephew age 10 traveling with

  2. Maria Swift, age 50, married, house keeper
  3. Bridget Swift, age 15, daughter
  4. Kate Swift, daughter age 14.

  5. To son James in Jersey City 376 Grobe street The Swifts passage was paid by Mrs. Swift's son, James, who was listed a cousin of Michael Walsh. James Swift lived in Jersey City. (Wrong manifest comes up EI).

    1901: Cornaroya Ballinrobe Swift Maria 50 Female Head of Family R Catholic, farmer, widow, English/Irish Swift Michael 26 Male Son (another word) R Catholic, English Irish, farmer, married, Swift Margret 25 Female, Daughter in Law, R Catholic, English Irish, wife, married, Swift Bridget 14 Female Daughter R Catholic, English speaker Swift Kate 12 Female Daughter R Catholic, English speaker, Marie Swift made her mark.

  6. Thomas O'Neill Listed by Ellis Island as from Ballinrobe page 710 age 23 (wrong manifest EI). Ancestry.com manifest for the Celtic May 9, 1904 missed the boat, Thomas ONeill age 23 from "Carnaugh".

  7. Michael Joyce age 21 next to Thomas ONeill missed the boat. Ancestry.com manifest for the Celtin May 9, 1904 from "Carnaugh". (Wrong manifest comes up on the EI web site.)

  8. Bridget Grimes age 22 to New York to cousin Michael McDonugh- 1555 Lexington ave NY page 730 (Wrong manifest EI.)

  9. William Kelly age 18 not listed from Ballinrobe by EI to brother James 1555 Lexington ave NY New York

  10. Katie McDonough 30 Ballinrobe not listed from Ballinrobe by EI to brother Michael 1555 Lexington ave NY

1901 Irish Census: Not listed in either Roscommon or Mayo.

1904 May 14 Campania Queenstown

  1. Ellen Joyce age 19 going to her uncle in NYC. She paid her own passage.

1904 May 19 Majestic

  1. Delia Mullahey age 21 to sister Mrs. Sullivan 111 Morris street, Morristown. (another incorrect manifest age EI).

  2. Patrick Walsh Ballinrobe age 20 to brother Michael 544 [?] West 46th street NY (Another incorrect manifest EI Italy.)

1904 May 27 Aurania Queenstown May 18

    Page 501

  1. Martin Burke, age 40, in US since 1896 left in 1903 returning home to 297 Spring Street NYC

  2. Thomas Cusack age 30 can't read no of years in US left in 1903 returning home to brother can't read name 291 Spring St NYC

    Were joined by } no notation

  3. Patrick Murphy age 18 to his brother Michael Murphy 196 (can't read) Ave NYC

  4. All laborers, all POP
Nothing certain whith pervious immigrations or in the US censuses

1904 June 5 Celtic Queenstown

  1. John Moran, age 20, to his uncle Bartley Moran of Danbury Conn. Passage paid by self.

    Page 730

  2. William Kelly age 18 Wrong Manifest and Italian ship out of Napoli
  3. Page 425

  4. Line 20 Kate Nicholson age 18 from Ballinrobe passage paid by aunt to aunt Mrs. M Frisk (?) e 108 St NYC

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  5. Line 21 William Monaghan, blacksmith, from Taum passage paid by cousin to cousin, John Hession, Timonium Road, Baltimore.

    1901 Irish Census: Not listed.

  6. Line 22 Margaret Derrig age 18 from Ballinrobe passage paid by sister to sister, Bridget Derrig 1st Ave NYC

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

1904 June 19 Etruria Queenstown

    page 171

  1. line 18 Michael Egan age 17 passage paid by uncle missed the boat to uncle Path Egan Jersey City. Michael Egan was on the Aurania which arrived June 23 see below

  2. Path Sweeney age 21 to Edward Sweeney Dakota line 26 Missed the boat
They were on the Aurania on June 23, 1904

1904 June 22 Oceanic Sailed June 16

  1. page 683 Michael Staunton age 25 POP to sister Mrs. C Gradey Falls River Mass.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  2. page 687 line 17 Annie Heneghan age 20 passage paid by aunt to aunt Mrs. Grady Falls River Mass.

1904 June 23 Aurania Queenstown

  1. page 753 line 14 Michael Egan age 17 to uncle Patrick Egan of Jersey City.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe

  2. line 25, Patk Sweeney lab age 21, to Lead City, Dakota, to brother Edward.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe

1904 August 5 Baltic Queenstown

    page 445 lines 23, 24, and 25

  1. Ellen Coyne age 20 dressmaker POP to brother Brooklyn

  2. Michael Grimes, age 32, to brother-in-law Mark Duffy in Southside, Pittsburg, Pa.

  3. Page 449 Maggie Macken age 15 paid by sister to cousin no name 574 17th street Brooklyn She appears to be all alone the others near her are not from the same area of Ireland nor are they going anywhere near her in the sates.
  1. Henry Ashe age 27 tailor missed the boat to sister Mary Stage in Inglewood NJ. See Cedric August 14

1904 August 14 Cedric Queenstown sailed Aug 6

    page 25 lines 11, 12 and 13

  1. Bridget Griffin age 26 h keeper US citizen

  2. Nora Griffin age 4 US born
  3. Mary Griffin age 1 US born

    Joined by }

    Home to husband/father 23 Elliot street, Newtown, Upper Falls, Mass

  4. Line 16 Wm Goggins age 22 POP to sister in W 36th street NYC

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  5. Line 25 Henry Ashe "age 20" (he was lited as age 27 on the boat manifest of August 5 which he missed) tailor to sister Mary in Inglewood, NJ see August 5 Baltic.

    1901 Census Ireland: Coolylaughnan, Robeen, Kilmaine, Mayo, Household Ashe, Honoria(55), widow, Henny(22) son/not married/tailor-Martin Kelly(5) gs

    Another example of a listing on the manifest for "Ballinrobe" that is clearly from somewhere else.

  6. Page 883 Line 9 Maggie Heveran age 24 to sister Kate Heveran Livingston St, Brooklyn.

    I do not have an immigration for Kate Heveran

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  7. Page 887 lines 2, 3, 4 and 5

  8. Ellen Philbin, age 20, helper, going to her cousin Cath Faragher Philadelphia
  9. 1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  10. Mary Mc Mann, age 20, helper going to cousin James Finery in Jersey City. Ellis Island lists this under McManus.

  11. Mary Murphy Ballinrobe age 20, helper, to cousin James Finery in Jersey City

  12. Bridget Kennedy, age 20, helper going to sister Norah Kennedy in Saratoga Springs.

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

  13. They all paid their own tickets.

1904 August 20 Lucania Queenstown sailed Aug 14

  1. page 803 lines 29 and 30 Mary Caulfield age 18 POP to cousin Maggie Caulfield 39 W 89th Street NYC

    1901 Irish Census: Several Caulfield in Ballinrobe. Caulfield Only Mary of the right age was listed with Bridget: Bridget 46 Female Head of Family Roman Catholic, Caulfield Henry 26 Male Son Roman Catholic, Caulfield Delin 18 Female Daughter Roman Catholic, Caulfield John 16 Male Son Roman Catholic, Caulfield Mary Catherine 15 Female Daughter Roman Catholic, Caulfield Wm Caulfield 13 Male Son Roman Catholic, Caulfield Patrick 9 Male Son Roman Catholic, Caulfield Ellen 7 Female Daughter Roman Catholic Hennelly Bridget 46 Female Sister in Law

  2. Thos Mea age 20 POP to cousin Martin Burke 48 Dominic Street NYC

    1901 Irish Census: 11 Mea (soundexed) in Ballinrobe - no Thomas of right age.

1904 August 25 Teutonic sailed Aug 18

  1. page 380 Annie Kane age 18 hard to read to sister on Long Island paid by mother ?

    1901 Irish Census: Not in Ballinrobe.

1904 August 27 Celtic Queenstown

    page 801 lines 27 28 and 29

  1. Ellen Staunton age 19 to cousin John Fenski of Cleveland Ohio

  2. Patrick Ansbro age 22 to sister Bridget in Brooklyn

  3. William Heneghan age 33 labourer, US citizen discharged on pier cousin Thomas Hynes 179 3rd Ave Jersey City
  4. page 803 Bridget Derrig age 20 line 30 uncle Patrick Brown E 22nd St NYC passage paid by uncle

  5. Page 805

  6. Bridget Burke age 19 passage paid by sister to sister Margaret Moran in Cleveland. Bridget did not show up in the Burke/Ballinrobe search

  7. Anne Casey age 20 passage paid by sister to sister Julia Casey Washington D. C. Anne did not show up on the Casey/Ballinrobe search.

  8. Julia Walsh age 20 passage paid by sister to sister Mary Hiniski (?) Cleveland Julia did not show up on the Walsh/Ballinrobe search.

  9. Nora Gibbons age 19 passage paid by cousin to sister Mary Gilmore Cleveland. Nora did not show up on the Gibbons/Ballinrobe search.

1904 September 8 Ship ? Queenstown

  1. John Walsh Ballinrobe, age 22. Manifest page is incorrect.

1904 September 11 Lucania from Queenstown

    Not listed by Ellis Island Ballinrobe search

  1. Kate Noland age 17 [27?] to New York 14- West -9th street returning resident - missed the boat.

  2. Thomas Conroy age 25 to Youngstown, returning resident -- Poland ave Youngstown

  3. John Walsh age 20, to Youngstown, to father James Walsh 309 East Re-- ave, Youngstown

  4. Maggie Bell age 20 to New York cousin James Coyne 240 W 67th street NY

1904 September 12 Cedric sailed September 3

    page 828

  1. Delia Finnerty age 20 PP sister to her aunt Mrs. A Cameron Carlton Ave Brooklyn

  2. page 838

    lines 28, 29 and 30

  3. Mary Bourke age 18 to uncle James Hession W 115 St NYC

  4. Bridget Bourke 19 to uncle James Hession W 115 St NYC

    Connected with } cousin

  5. Bridget Malley age 24 American home to friend Mrs. Mary Berger 130 North Linden Ave Pittsburgh.

    All POP

  6. page 850 (this is in effect the next page after 848) line 1 and 2

  7. Bridget O'Hare age 22 American overwritten with Irish in New York 1897 to 1904 home to 49 W 70th Street NYC

  8. Sarah Feerick age 18 to cousin Bridget Malley 130 North Linden Ave Pittsburgh

  9. Both POP

    Page 865

  10. Martin Farragher age 21 POP to Uncle Mr. Farragher 413 W 53 rd Street NYC

  11. Mary Farragher age 17 POP same

  • page 848 Bridget Lally age 17 to cousin Louise Henehan Chicago POP missed the boat. No further record.

1904 September 14 Oceanic Queenstown Sailed on September 8

    page 45 lines 1 through 7

  • Julia Ambrose age 21 American home to Newark

  • Kate Fahy American to sister Mrs. Delany in Beaumont Penn. Information indicates that Kate had been in Chicago Julia and Kate missed the boat
  1. Kate Walsh age 26 12 months to sister 234 *5th street (doesn't say E or W)

  2. Annie Mackin age 20 sister Mrs., Barrett W 52nd st NYC

  3. Annie Manning age 20 to cousin same place

  4. Annie Lally age 21 to cousin Bridget Coyne West Brighton Station Island

  5. Ellen Manning age 27 returning 1900 NYC home to 883 10th Ave NYC page 63

  6. Maggie Coyne age 16 passage paid by sister to sister Bridge Coyne Brighton Brooklyn

1904 September 15 Aurania from Queenstown

    page 199 lines 4 through 9

  1. John Lally, age 21 to sister Mrs. Hannigan 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  2. Louisa Lally age 23 resident returning to 536 West Taylor street Chicago in US 17 years left in 1904

  3. Kate Horan age 23 US citizen returning resident to cousin Mrs. Hannigan 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  4. Kate Haningan age 10 child to mother Mrs. Hannigan 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  5. Bridget Moffat age 17 missed the boat to sister Mrs. Greally in Brooklyn. Bridget crossed on the Carpathia on September 30 page 313

  6. Mgt Higgins age 18 to cousin Louisa Hennighan 536 West Taylor St Chicago All paid their own passage

    See Hannigan below.

1904 September 17 Oceanic Queenstown

    Page 013

    John Walsh Ballinrobe 1904, age 20. Manifest page is incorrect and does not list John Walsh.

  1. page 190 Mary Costello age 17 wrong page come up.

  2. Thos. Conroy line 0012 age 25. Wrong page come up.

1904 September 18 Arabic Queenstown

  1. page 802 line 15 David Walsh age 25 able to read and write yes crossed out and over written NO POP to brother John Walsh 300 88th St NYC

  2. line 16 Michael Feerick age 19 from Cloonacastle to cousin John Walsh same address as line 15
  3. page 802 line 17 and 18

  4. James Gallagher age 30 clerk Ballinrobe POP to brother P Gallagher Montague, Franklin, Mass.

  5. Michael Gallagher age 22 clerk Ballinrobe POP to same as line 17

1904 September 22 Teutonic Queenstown sailed September 15

    page 134

  1. Mary Munroe age 27 no image available

  2. Page 142 Line 7 and 8

  3. Henry Hynes age 65 labourer, US citizen on pier

  4. Mrs. Hynes age 60 wife, US citizen on pier

    Joined by } to home 67 E 235 St NYC no indication of how long they had been in US or when the left for Ireland.

    US Records: Not listed in censues

  5. Line 9 Bridget Tierney age 17 servant to uncle Thos Laffey, Cedarhurst, Long Island

  6. Line 10 Patrick Casey age 22 to cousin can't read New York

  7. Line 11 Ellen McAlynn age 44 American missed the boat to Philadelphia

    All POP

  • page 136 Bridget Faragher age 25 American home to Kansas City does not say when she arrived in US but she left in 1904. Missed the boat.

1904 September 25 Celtic Queenstown

    page 503 lines 4 through 7

  1. Line 4 Mary Rogers age 18 to cousin Mrs. Philbin 2nd Ave NYC with cousin line 5
  2. Line 5 Mary O'Toole age 23 cousin American Home to sister same address arrived NY 1891 left 1904
  3. Line 6 Margaret O'Toole age 30 cousin American home to cousin same address arrived NY 1892 left 1904
  4. Line 7 Mary Ellen O'Toole age 19 cousin to cousin Mrs. Philbin same address NO } joining them

    All POP

Note: Did not find original immigration or the O'Toole sisters listed in the censuses for sure.

1904 September 30 Carpathia Queenstown sailed on September 21

    page 313 lines 2 through 6

  1. Bridget Moffatt age 17 passage paid by self to sister Mrs. Greally Brooklyn

  2. Annie Walsh age 18, to brother Patrick Walsh 155 Milton Ave Chicago

  3. Bridget Walsh, age 18, to sister Mrs. Kate V----a 155 Milton Ave Chicago

  4. Mary Walsh, age 18 to cousin Mrs. Quinan 1933 North Ashland Ave Chicago

  5. Mary Lydon, age 17, to her aunt Mrs. Pat Walsh 155 Milton Ave Chicago

    All paid their own passage

  6. Line 7 Winifred Conroy age 26 returning resident recently of New York who was headed home to Philadelphia. I can't make out the number of years she had been in the US. She left the US in 1904.

  7. Lines 9 and 10

  8. Mary Sweeney, age 18 from Ballinrobe was going to Philadelphia. Mary Sweeney does not show up on either Sweeney 1904 or Sweeney/Ballinrobe

  9. Mary Walsh from Ballinrobe was going to Youngstown, Ohio.
  10. Three of these Walshes were not listed by Ellis Island on the Walsh/Ballinrobe search.

  1. Line 8 Mary Feerick age 19 missed the boat to cousin Ann Pembrooke in Philadelphia

1904 September 30 Baltic Queenstown sailed September 22

  1. page 14 line 28

  2. Bridget Faragher age 25 America crossed out and over written Ireland in US since 1897 left in 1904 home to can't read 3601 Main Street Kansas City.

  3. Page 37 Line 1

  4. Bridget Lally age 22 POP to cousin Mary Henehan So Broad Street Philadelphia

  5. page 39 Lines 20 to 30

  6. Kate Dyer, age 20 to sister Julia Dyer W 55th St to New York POP
  7. Delia Costello, age 20 to cousin Peter Moran E 53rd St New York POP

  8. Ellen Varley age 26 and American home W 22nd St NYC who missed the boat No later crossing listed for her. Left US in 1904
  9. Mary Jordan , age 18, to sister Kate Jordan in Pittsburgh POP
  10. Mary Horan, age 19 to uncle Peter Burke Anaconda POP
  11. Martin Connelly age 19 to New York POP
  12. John Pendergast age 25 to Brother Michael Michanville New York POP
  13. Kate Kennedy, 19 to siblings in Scranton, to cousin Bridget Kennedy in Scranton Pa. POP
  14. Thomas Burke, age 20 to brother Patrick Saratoga Springs NY. New York POP
  15. Martin Frode age 20 to New York, to cousin Salena Mc Gratty W 21 st NYC POP
  16. John Dyer, age 58 to his daughter Julia on West 55th Street, New York POP
Page 47 Lines 8 and 9

  1. Kate Connolly age 33 America overwritten can't read 1893 left 1904 home to sister Mrs. can't read 186 Union Ave Saratoga Springs POP

  2. Mary Munroe age 20 POP to Uncle, James, Arlington, Mass.

1904 October 5 Majestic Queenstown sailed September 29

    page 475

  1. Catherine J. Walsh of Ballinrobe age 31 married wife traveling with her two children

  2. James P. Walsh , age 7
  3. Catherine M age 5, going to Brooklyn, passage paid by husband, going home to 96 Berry Street Brooklyn. There was no indication of when Catherine first entered the US.

    They are joined by }.

  4. Page 501 Line 26 and 27

  5. John Jennings age 16 clerk POP to cousin Pat Lally in Greenwich Conn.

  6. Philip Heneghan age 27 POP to cousin Michael Cavanaugh in Denver Col.

1904 October 9 Cedric White Star Line Queenstown Departed October 1

    page 349

  1. Nora McGuire age 15 headed to her aunt Mary Conroy Upper Nyack New York. She was listed as Rosa McGuire on line 2 page 529 all other information is the same.

    page 389

  2. Maggie Reilly age 20, POP to cousin Mrs. M Walsh 127 Somer St Brooklyn

    page 393 lines 3, 4 and 5

  3. Daniel McGrath, age 45, can't read occupation, American to home 234 3rd Jersey City
  4. Mary McGarth, age 30, h wife American

    1900: Did not find in JC in 1900.

  5. Delia Walsh age 23,

    The notation indicates that Daniel first entered the US in 1880. No dates for Mary McGrath just a ditto mark.

    The McGraths and Delia Walsh were all going to the McGarth home in Jersey City, New Jersey. Delia Walsh had been in the US in Jersey City 1901. The relationship in the US column indicates that she was a cousin of Mary McGrath.

  6. Also in this group was Delia Kidian, age 19, of Claremorris who was listed as a sister of Mrs. Mc Grath but headed for New York City.

    Page 407 Mary McTique age 24 passage paid by cousin Delia McDermett N Portland Ave Brooklyn missed the boat. She sailed on the boat that arrived in NY harbor on October 20. page 427

  7. Line 1 Delia Walsh Ballinrobe age 25 American (overwritten "Irish"), she had however, been in the US for 5 years left in 1904 and was bound for her uncle ? Morahan in Wilmington Delaware.

    She was listed next to

  8. Martin J Meenehan, age 29, clerk, a US citizen going home to Wilmington

1904 October 12 Oceanic Queenstown Sailed October 6

    page 499

  1. Annie Walsh Ballinrobe age 22, servant going to uncle, Thos Burke, 7(?)38 Gates Avenue Brooklyn. Missed the boat. No obvious record of a later crossing.
  2. Page 523

  3. Norah Mooney age 20 to sister Mrs. Gallageher 166 North 6th street Brooklyn passage paid by sister

  4. Julia Gallagher age 11 months infant born in America to mother at same address.

    They missed the boat see below See March 18 crossing of the Cedric and October 20 crossing of the Teutonic

  5. Page 525 line 1 to 4

    Mary Ryan age 25 m h keeper American, Mary no age servant, Winifred age 6 and Margaret age 5 all Americans missed this boat. They were listed to go to Home on W 15th Street NYC. Despite the fact that the brothers Alfred and James were missing I believe that this was the same group who sailed on the Lucania which arrived in NY harbor on October 15. See below.

1904 October 15 Lucania Queenstown

    page 533 lines 21 through 24

  1. Mary Ryan age 24 married wife passage paid by husband in US 12 years left 1904
  2. Mary Ryan age 25 single spinster POP in US 16 years

  3. Winifred child of line 21 child age 6 born in US

  4. Margaret child of line 21 child age 5 born in US

  5. James Ryan age 3 child line 31 (written in) born in US with mother line 21

  6. Alfred Ryan age 8 months child line 32 (written in) born In US with mother line 21

    All going to Mary Ryans husband James on Henderson St Jersey City.

    Not listed in 1900 US census in Jersey City.

  7. page 161 line 13

  8. Stamped ADMITTED Bridget Hynes age 32, "British" to Whiting Ind. looks like "7 years 11 year ago" to sister Mary Gilmore in Whiting Ind.

  9. Line 20 Kate Noland age 27 returning 7 years 1904 sister Anne Noland 142 W 79 NYC

1904 October 20 Teutonic Queenstown Sailed October 13

  1. Thomas Mullin age 23 to his brother Michael Mullins in Philadelphia passage paid by self.

    Page 188 Lines 6 and 7

  2. Thomas Walsh Ballinrobe age 24 labourer, passage paid by cousin to cousin John O'Neil Troy New York

  3. Thomas Gibbons age 24 labourer passage paid by brother to brother Patrick Lenox Ave NYC

  4. Page 205 Lines 19, 20, and 21

  5. Norah Money age 20 h keeper passage paid by sister to sister Mary Gallagher 116 E ?th Street Brooklyn

    1901: Not listed Ballinrobe. There is a listing for Mooney Nora A Caherrevagh and Cloonnameeltoge Dalgan Mayo 18 F

  6. Julia Gallagher infant 1 1/2 child US born to mother same as Norah Money.

    Joined by} with note "aunt"

  • Mary Mc Tigue age 24 passage paid by cousin to cousin Delia Mc Demott Portland Ave Brooklyn. She had missed the boat see above.

1904 October 24 Celtic Queenstown sailed October 15

    page 332

  1. Mary Mellet age 17 passage paid by brother to brother in Astoria
  2. Patrick Caulfield passage paid by uncle to uncle Patrick Molly at same address Astoria

    Joined by } cousins

1904 October 28 Baltic Queenstown

  1. Thomas J Conroy, age 21, to his uncle in Brooklyn

  2. Mary Prendergast, age 30, to her cousin in Braddock, Pa.

  3. Bridget Joyce, age 47 to her cousin in Scranton, Pa. The all paid their own passage and had never been in America before.
  4. On the next page but numbered right after Thomas, Mary and Bridget were

  5. Mary Mc Dermott, age 23,

  6. Catherine McDermitt, age 38

    who were headed to New York City. Mary was returning home. Her first arrival in the US was 1898. Catherine was going to stay with Mary. This is interesting as it appears to be a younger sibling bringing an older sibling over.

  7. Page 34

  8. Sarah Garry age 20 pp brother to brother James Garry in Chicago. James Garry of Ballinrobe immigrated on October 6 1901 Umbria see above.
  1. Bridget Philbin, age 16 was crossed out. Ellis Island does not list an obvious crossing for her at a later date.

1904 November 10, Oceanic Queenstown Sailed Nov 10

  1. Mary Joyce, age 25, to her cousin in Braddock, Pa (?)

  2. Catherine Lydon age 18 to her sister in Wilkinsburg,

  3. John Cusack, age 24, to his cousin in Braddock.
  4. They all paid their own passage.

    On the same page several lines away,

  5. John Bulger, age 22, POP to his cousin William Farragher in NYC.

  6. Page 255 Line 2 and 3

  7. John Coyne age 25 married returning:

  8. Mr. Mary Coyne his wife returning

    Joined with }

    It looks like he came to the US in 1890 and She came in 1989. They left the US in 1904 they were going home to 2085 Madison Avenue NYC

1904 November 12 Lucania Queenstown sailed Nov 6

  1. page 100 Mrs. Tierney, 31 Joseph age 5 child and Agnes age 3 child all born USA returning to St Louis missed the boat. Arrived on the Umbria November 21, see below.

1904 November 17 Majestic Queenstown

    page 290
  1. Ellen Walsh Ballinrobe, age 50, widow, she and all the people around her were all crossed out indicating that they missed the boat. None of the others were from Ballinrobe. Ellen was going to her daughter Julia Walsh at 110 West 76th St NYC. She sailed on the Baltic which arrived November 26

1904 November 21 Umbria Queenstown

    page 427

    lines 24 through 28

  1. Mrs. Kate Tierney age 31 h keeper USA

  2. Joseph age 5 child

  3. Agnes age 3

    Joined by } children US born returning resident in US from 1889 left in 1904 returning to husband/father Michael Tierney of North Market Street, St Louis

    1900: St Louis, Missouri, Jefferson ave. Michael Tierney 33, imm 1893, RR Conductor, Kate Tierney 30, 1 child 1 living, imm 1890, Joseph M Tierney 1

    1920: Newstead ave., St Louis, Michial J Tierney 50, imm 1894, fireman city fire department, Katherine Tierney 50, imm 1893, Joseph M Tierney 20, student university, Agnes K Tierney 18, stenographer, insurance, John M Tierney 10

    1930: St Louis, Newstead ave, own $6,000, Michael J Tierney 58, imm 1903, fireman fire department, Catherine Tierney 57, imm 1897, Joseph Tierney 28, traveling salesman steel mills, Agnes Tierney 25, stenographer candle co., John Tierney 20 Michael Walsh 45, brother in law, motorman street railway, imm 1908

  4. Michael Walsh age 24 "British" going to sister Mrs. Tierney same address.

  5. POP

1900 Census: St Louis Mo. Michael Tierney, age 33, RR Conductor immigrated 1893, Kate age 30, Joseph M, age 1

1904 November 26 Baltic Queenstown

  1. Ellen Walsh Ballinrobe, November 26, 1904, Baltic, age 50, widow, alone to daughter Julia 110 West 76th Street. The two people on either side of her, Anthony Lynch age 25 of Ballina and John Patterson 24 of Killeshandra were the same as two that had missed the sailing of the Majestic. Others near them were different.

1904 December 10 Lucania

  1. page 232 Patrick Lally age 31 laborer USA resident returning to Sharpsville Pa. POP missed the boat.

    Sailed on the Umbria which arrived Dec 19, see below. Not listed on a Lally/Ballinrobe search. He originally immigrated to Sharpsville in 1903, sse above.

1904 December 19 Umbria

  1. page 256 Patrick Lally US citizen discharged on pier returning to uncle Pat Lally in "Shopsill" Pa does not indicate when he first came to US left in 1904. Not listed on a Lally/Ballinrobe search.

1905 January 13 Majestic Queenstown sailed January 5

  • Line 2 Mary Brennan, age 30, widow, from Ballinrobe, house keeper, returning left in 1904 no other info going to sister Julia NYC missed boat

  1. Interestingly there is another Mary Brennan, age 30, widow, servant traveling with Patrick Walsh and James Mullany. This Mary Brennan listed on line 19 was a US citizen who had spent 2 years in NYC, no indication of when she left, she was returning home to Jersey City. She was discharged on the pier.

  2. Line 18 Patrick Walsh labourer, age 24, going to his cousin Margaret Murphy Summit Ave. NYC.
  3. James Mullany, age 23, labourer, also going to his cousin Margaret Murphy Summit Ave NYC.

1905 January 21 Arabic Queenstown Jan 12

    page 241 Line 13 and 14

  1. Edward Joyce age 24 married American crossed out overwritten Great Britain, entered 189? Left 1904 Lenox Ave New York
  2. Nellie Joyce age 24 married - same for Nellie

1905 March 25 Baltic Queenstown March 16

    page 520

  1. Mary Sweeney age 25 American does not give first immigration date left US 1904 returning to aunt Mrs. Sheridan, Washington Co, Cambridge, NY POP

  2. Thomas Sweeney age 23 Thomas cannot read and write - POP - going to sister Mary to same address Joined by }

1905 March 26 Etruria Queenstown

page 277 John Madden age 28 POP to cousin Jos Grimes Kent Ave Brooklyn

1905 April 1 Campania Queenstown

  1. Mary Joyce age 17 missed the boat on her way to Pittsburg to her cousin Ellen Joyce. Passage paid by cousin. There is no apparent later crossing for Mary Joyce.

1905 April 02 Celtic Queenstown March 25

    page 334 Lines 28 and 29

  1. Annie Murphy Ballinrobe age 19 POP to sister Bridget Morris Ave NYC
  2. Annie Joyce, age 17 to sister Mrs. Coyne Madison Ave NYC
  3. Page 356

  4. Mary Conroy, age 16, passage paid by aunt to aunt Mrs. Stanton Poland Ave Youngstown Ohio
  5. Sarah Farraher age 23 came to US in 1898 left in 1904 home to sister, Kate, Franklin Ave, Wilmington De. POP
  6. Delia Farraher age 24 came to US in 1898 left in 1904 home to aunt, Mary Sullivan, 404 W 2nd Ave. Wilmington De. POP
  7. Annie Sheridan cousin age 17 US born passage paid by sister to her sister, Mamie Sheridan, 419 W 2nd Wilmington Del.

    These three were joined by } no notation

    I cannot find an immigration circa 1898 for the Farrahers.

1905 April 5 Oceanic Queenstown sailed March 30

  1. Kate Conroy age 25 on her way home to her sister, Delia, W 74th Street New York City paid her own way. No notation of her original immigration date. She left in 1904.
  1. Page 707

    Patrick Rattigan age 21 to his sister Mary Herbert Lexington Ave NYC missed the boat. He is listed by Ellis Island on the Majestic April 13 1905 but the wrong manifest comes up

  2. Page 715

  3. John Fallon age 27 Michael Connors, age 27
  4. Patrick Moran, age 28
  5. Margaret Vahey age 38
  6. Mary Vahey age 25

    missed the boat. Patrick, Margaret and Mary were all listed as Americans. This was the only Ellis Island listing for Michael Conners, of Ballinrobe. Ellis Island does not list Margaret and Mary Vahey under that spelling at all. Patrick Moran is listed again on the Majestic April 13 but the wrong manifest comes up.

1905 April 13 Majestic Queenstown

  1. Anastasia Thompson age 18, Ballinrobe, to New York to bro in law John Collings 2469 8th ave.

    (Not listed in Ballinrobe search on EI). No Anastasia Thompson in 1902 census in Mayo.

  2. Mary Walsh age 25 Ballinrobe to Aunt Nora Horan Rendham Lackawana Co Pa.

    (Wrong manifest EI. The ship that comes up is from Napoli, Italy not Queenstown, Ireland.)

    Anastasia and Mary listed together.

  3. Mary Bird age 19 Ballinrobe to uncle Martin Kennedy, -34 -- Rebecca ave, Scanton Pa

    (Not listed by EI on Ballinrobe search) NO Mary Bird in Mayo 1901.

  4. John Hennelly age 16 crossed out Ballinrobe to sister Mary Hennelly 127 E 56th street New York

    (Wrong manifest EI.) Listed on the Cedric April 17 1905

  5. Rose Collins Ballinrobe to New York missed the boat to sister Delia Collins 1469 8th ave (Not listed by EI on Ballinrobe search) No Rose Collins in Ballinrobe in 1901.

  6. Page 194

    Mary Casey age 38 Ballinrobe to Aunt Mrs Horan in Scanton Pa Missed the boat (Wrong manifest EI). No Mary Casey in Ballinrobe in 1901.

  7. Note: The were on the same page but not together.

  1. Patrick Rattigan age 21 to his sister Mary Herbert Lexington Ave NYC

    Tons of Rattigan in Mayo in 1901, none listed in Ballinrobe.

    Patrick Rattigan age 32 laborer, born co. Mayo Ireland 11 December 1885, immigrated on the Majestic from Queenstown Ireland April 15, 1905. 2229 Second ave naturalized June 2 1918.

    1917: WWI DR Patrick Rattigan 1958 3rd ave, NY born December 11 "1883" cold storage packer, Merchants Refrigerator, 7 Harrison st NY sister Mrs. Nellie Joyce same address

    1920: 3rd ave., Edward Joyce 41, worker storage company, imm 1905, Nellie Joyce 40, imm 1898, Edward Joyce 14 Mary Joyce 11 Rita Joyce 4 [4 11/12] Irene Joyce 2 [2 6/12] Patrick Rattigan, bother in law, 34, yard man milk co., imm 1906, Michael Rattigan 30, brother in law, imm 1910, stable man milk co.

  2. Patrick Moran age 28 returning: American crossed out Great Britain written over it. Home to Brooklyn 489 Greenpoint ave.

    Patrick Rattigan and Patrick Moran entered next to each other.

1905 April 17 Cedric Queenstown sailed April 6

    page 523

  1. Patrick Murphy age 22 POP going to his Uncle Michael Murphy in 1905 Falls of the Schuylkill Philadelphia

  2. Page 527

  3. John Hennelly age 21 Ballinrobe to sister Mary Hennelley --- East 56th street, NYC

    (no image for this page EI)

  4. Page 529

  5. Line 19 Martin Noone age 22 farm laborer to his sister Mrs. Lally William street Greenwich Conn.

  6. Line 29 Martin Coyne to his cousin Michael Marry in Sharpesville Pa.

1905 April 21 Baltic Queenstown sailed April 13

  1. page 24 lines 26 and 27

    Julia Joyce age 22 Ballintubber Ballinrobe to cousin Julia Joyce Rebecca St Scranton Pa

  2. John Joyce age 20 Patry Ballinrobe to Brother Same address
  3. POP

1906 May 11 Caronia Queenstown sailed May 3

  1. Michl Naughton age 22 POP to his sister Delia Naughton in Brooklyn

1905 May 19 Baltic Queenstown May 11

    page 36 lines 6 7 and 8

  1. Mary Grimes age 25 America crossed out Irish overwritten immigrated in 1895 left in 1904 to cousin Jno Mc Grath 142 North 9th Street Brooklyn POP
  2. Julia Grimes age 19 sister POP same as Mary
  3. John Grimes age ?? 18 with something written on top that I can't read, POP same as Mary

    Joined by }

  4. page 417

  5. Annie Walsh, Ballinrobe, age 22, POP servant going to uncle, Henry Burke, 150 Hudson Avenue Brooklyn, she had first arrived in the US in 1897. The Ellis Island web site does not contain an immigration record for Annie in 1897. There are several listings for immigration of Annie Walsh around the right time but none which seem to hit the mark.

1905 May 25 Teutonic Queenstown May 18

page 77 John Swift age 20 POP cousin Mrs. Barlon W 36th St NYC

1905 June 24 Campania Queenstown June 18

    page 570

  1. John Macken age 20 passage paid by brother going to brother James in Peoria.

  2. James Macken age 23 immigrated in January 1904 to his uncle, Richard Feeney, in Peoria. See Jan 16 1904 Lucania
  3. 1884: Baptism or James Macken 7 April Ballinrobe Parrish Church father James mother Mary Feeney. Sponsors Patrick Macken and Teresa Macken.

    1901: Cavanquarter (Ballinrobe, Mayo) MacKen James 60 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic, cannot read, farmer, widower, English Irish, MacKen James 17 Male Son Roman Catholic, farmer's son, MacKen John 15 Male Son Roman Catholic, farmer's son, MacKen Anne 7 Female Daughter Roman Catholic, All english Irish speakers. James senior made his mark.

1905 August 30 Caronia Queenstown sailed Aug 23

    page 16

  1. Patrick Lally age 19 passage paid by cousin going to cousin Mrs. Cawford Springfield Ohio
  2. Page

  3. Kate Mohon, age 18, British citizen, from Ballinrobe, passage paid by brother going to John Mahen in St Louis. There was no listing for Mohan and Ballinrobe. However Mohan was a local Ballinrobe name with a variety of spellings.

  4. Maria Moran age 20, paid by sister going to her sister Mrs. Heenan in Brooklyn.
  5. Page 131 Lines 13, 14, 15 and 16

  6. Michael Malley age 30 to cousin Mrs. Cleush Manhattan villa NY
  7. Ned Gibbons age 28 cousin Michael Cusack Sharpesville Pa.
  8. William Cusack age 50 widow son Michael Cusack Sharpsville Pa
  9. Mary Cusack age 25 to Michael Cusack Sharpsville Pa.

    William and Mary are joined by }

    None of them have been in the US before All POP

1905 September 9 Cedric Queenstown Sept 2

    page 591 lines 21 and 22 MARRIED COUPLE

  1. Martin Gibbons age 35 married, cutter, US citizen discharged on pier
  2. Bridget Gibbons age 30 married, housewife, US Citizen discharged on pier Joined by } home to 2531 Oakford Street Philadelphia

1896: Martin Gibbons Gender: Male Spouse: Bridget Mary O'Malley Spouse Gender: Female Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Marriage Year: 1896 Marriage License Number: 82717

1910: Philadelphia, Martin Gibbons 43, stone cutter, born Ireland, Bridget Gibbons 40, no children

1920: Philadelphia Ward 36, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Street: South Twenty-Bouret StreetMartin Gibbons 52, stone cutter born Ireland, imm 1895, naturalized 1900, Bridget Gibbons 45, imm 1895, Mary Gibbons 11 1938: Death Cert., Martin Gibbons, widower, wife, Bridget Malley born Nov 17, 1868, stone cutter, stone yard, born Ireland, parents unknown

1905 September 14 Carpathia Queenstown

  1. Line 11 John Gibbons 27 (or 29) to brother in law, John Burke, POP crossed out

  2. Line 29 John Gibbons age 24 (or 27) POP to brother Thos Gibbons vine Street Brooklyn

1905 October 4 Majestic

page 511

  1. Martin Duffy age 17 passage paid by sister going to his sister Mrs. Flynn North 10th Street Brooklyn.

    1901: Clooncorraun (Ballinrobe, Mayo) Duffy Peter 60 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic, farmer, Duffy Bridget 60 Female Wife Roman Catholic Duffy Bridget 40 Female Daughter Roman Catholic Duffy Martin 15 Male Son Roman Catholic, all English Irish speakers, only Martin could read and write

  2. Page 447 ?

  3. Catherine Madden married age 50 to son in law J. M. Bremman 346 Central Park

    (wrong manifest comes up on EI - an Italian ship)

1905 October 19 Teutonic Queenstown

  1. Bridget Hession, line 27, wife, US Citizen discharged on pier. Originally immigrated in 1894 headed home to Ravenwood Long Island. Passage paid by self. This listing did not come up under a Ballinrobe search for Hession. No immigration for Bridget in 1894.

1905 November 3 Cedric Queenstown October 28

  1. page 624

    Line 25 Rose Collins age 18 POP

  2. Line 26 Terence Sweeny age 17

    Both to their cousin Mrs. Peters 113 W 115 St NYC

1905 November 5 Etruria October 29

  1. page 267 Line 5 Nanny Higgins age 18 to friend Pat Cannon Pennsylvania Ave Washington DC POP

DID NOT DO ALL OF 1906

1906 April 15 Celtic Queenstown April 4

    page 204 John Malley 22 POP to cousin John Mullahy W 53 St NYC

  1. 1906 Ellen Walsh Ballinrobe age 35 with Mary Hession both of Ballinrobe going to St Mary Academy, Portland Oregon. On the same page but not listed near Ellen Walsh was Nora Walsh Ballinrobe age 28 and Mary Walsh age 20 also headed to St Mary's Academy in Portland Oregon.

  2. 1906 Mary Walsh Ballinrobe age 24, non immigrant alien returning to Cleveland where she had been since 1899

  3. 1906 Nora Walsh, age 17

  4. John Lydon, age 20

  5. Mary Colleran age 18.
  6. Nora and John were headed to Chicago. Mary was going to her cousin Martin Blake at 1930 3rd Ave, NYC. On the same page but separated by several entries were

  7. Andrew Heneghan, age 20

  8. Michael Mulroe age 19 both going to Chicago. It was the first time entry for all of them.

    1906 Norah Walsh, age 17, and John Lyden, age 20 to Nora's brother and John's uncle Pat Walsh of Chicago. WERE BOTH CROSSED OUT which means they missed the boat. I did not find another immigration date for them through Ellis Island in 1906.

    1906 Margt. Murphy Ballinrobe 1906 17. Despite the fact that 16 year old Bridget Lavin of Ballinrobe (headed for NYC) was also listed on the same page 17 year old Margaret Murphy (headed for Bethlehem, Pa.) was not listed near her.


Byrne

1897 June 9 Teutonic Liverpool and Queenstown

Margaret Byrne page 160 line 428 age 21 to New York.

Margaret Byrne page 160 line 428 age 21 to New York.

Margaret Byrne, born 1875 in Mohorra Co. Mayo, was the daughter of Thomas Bryne and Mary Biggins. She was the niece of my ancestor, Nappy Bryne born 1835 in Moharra. Nappy married Mathias Langan and immigrated to the US in 1892. Margaret Byrne was the godparent of Joseph, son of Joseph Walsh and Maggie Langan, born in NYC in 1902. Margaret Byrne retuned to Ireland several times. In 1905 she traveled with her brother Peter retuning to NYC on September 9, 1905 on the Cedric. "Margaret Byrne age 27 Single, servant, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC, 196 E 76th Street Peter Byrne age 25, clerk, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC 1535 2nd Avenue." She was living with her brother Peter in NYC in 1910. She got a US passport in 1924. Sometime after 1924 she retuned to Ireland where she died in Shurl Parrish in 1956. Peter Bryne immigrated to the US in 1899. "Peter Byrne, age 20, labourer, born Shrule, the Britannic from Queenstown on June 2, 1899 destination, "sister" (not named), at 853 Douglas Street, Brooklyn." See Bryne

Heneghan/Hannigan - 536 West Taylor street Chicago

1898 June 3 Britannic Queenstown

Page 440

  1. Bridget Heneghan age 16, page 440 ticket 2833, line 5 passage paid by cousin
  2. Mary Heneghan age 18, page 440 ticket 2834, line 6 passage paid by sister
  3. Anne Heneghan age 18, page 440 ticket 2835, line 7, passage paid by sister
The Heneghans were headed to Tom Heneghan at "536 Taylor Street", Chicago listed as the cousin of Bridget and the brother of Anne and Mary.

1903 April 8 Germanic Queenstown

Bridget Heneghan age 22 passage paid by brother going to brother, Thos. Heneghan Chicago

1904 September 15 Aurania from Queenstown

    page 199 lines 4 through 9 listed as from Ballinrobe

  1. John Lally, age 21 to sister Mrs. "Hannigan" 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  2. Louisa Lally age 23 resident returning to 536 West Taylor street Chicago in US 17 years left in 1904

  3. Kate Horan age 23 US citizen returning resident to cousin Mrs. "Hannigan" 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  4. Kate "Haningan" age 10 child to mother Mrs. "Hannigan" 536 West Taylor St Chicago

  5. Bridget Moffat age 17 missed the boat to sister Mrs. Greally in Brooklyn. Bridget crossed on the Carpathia on September 30 page 313

  6. Mgt Higgins age 18 to cousin Louisa "Hennighan" 536 West Taylor St Chicago
  7. All paid their own passage

Only Heneghan listed in Ballinrobe in the 1911 Irish census was Patrick age 13 nephew of John Kavanagh in Killosheheen. None listed in the 1901 census.

1900: 536 Taylor street, Thos Hannigan 32, married 7 years, 3 children 3 living, imm 1887, plasterer, Mary Hannigan 28, imm 1888, Kate Hannigan 6, Margeruite Hannigan 3, Andrew Hannigan 1, Jas Hannigan 27, brother, oiler, (cannot read two words), imm 1882

Thomas Hannigan born Ireland circa 1867. Mary born Ireland circa 1871.

In May 2016 Brendan Morse wrote that Thomas Heneghan was a witness to the naturalization of his great great grandfather Lawrence Hopkins who immigrated from County Mayo to Chicago by way of New York in 1895 on the Germanic. At the time of the naturalization Thomas Heneghan's address was 536 West Taylor. Later Brendan wrote that in 1910:

Thomas Heneghan (with the name spelled weirdly) listed as a boarder alongside Patrick Halloran, my great-great-grandfathers brother-in-law. They were boarders at the Thomas Prendergast residence; Prendergast's wife, Annie, is my great-great-grandmothers sister. At the same time, there's a Margaret, Martin, and Mary Heneghan living in the same building as my great-great-grandfather, Lawrence Hopkins."
1910: Harrison street, Chicago, Thomas Prendegast 48 Annie Prendegast 39 James P Prendegast 20 Lillis A Prendegast 18 Thomas R Prendegast 14 John H Prendegast 4 Patrick Halloran 28, boarder, Thomas Heneayhan 27, born Ireland, motorman, boarder Michael Walsh 25

1910: South 41st street: Heneghan, Margaret, age 48, Martin sons age 6 Mary sister age 35 [?], next dwelling, same building, Lawrence Hopkins 37 Della Hopkins 38 [58] Mary Hopkins 8 James Hopkins 7 Anna Hopkins 2 Cecelia Hopkins 1 Peter Hopkins 33 Arthur Wales 40

1895: Germanic July 25, 1895 Lawrence Hopkins, age 23, lab, born Ireland to Chicago from Queenstown.

Langan

Mathias Langan was born in Ireland in circa 1841 to Mathias Langan and his wife, Margaret. Mathias married Penelope (Nappy) Bryne in 1865 in Shrule Parish co. Mayo (near the Galway boarder). The family lived in Moharra in Shrule Parrish and in Ballinrobe in Ballinrobe town.

They had 5 children - all of whom immigrated to the US and settled in New York City. The were Pat (1866), Martin (1872), Maggie (1875), James (1877) and Bridget (1879). I have not found the immigration for Pat, Martin and Maggie. Mathias, Nappy, James and Bridget immigrated through Ellis Island in April 1892. As of 2016 Ellis Island continues to list the immigration under "Sangan" despite the fact that I have written to them a number of times over the years. They do no have any listing for them under the correct spelling.

Mathias, Penelope, James and Bridget immigrated on the S.S. Germanic, which sailed from Queenstown, Ireland and arrived in New York City on April 1, 1892. The ship manifest lists: Mathias Langan, age 49, carpenter, nationality, USA, last residence NY Penolope Langan, age 50, wife, nationality, USA, last residence, NY James Langan, age 14, joiner, nationality, USA, last residence, NY Bridget Langan, age 12, child, nationality, USA, last residence, NY They each had 2 bags.
I have no idea why they were listed as USA citizens. I do not believe it is true.

On his naturalization papers dated July 20, 1910, James Langan said that he was born in County Mayo, Ireland on April 1, 1877. He said he immigrated from Queenstown, Ireland on the vessel, Adriatic, which arrived in the port of New York on the 1st of April 1892.

Nappy died in New York in 1905. Mathias retuned to Ballinrobe sometime after Nappy's death. He died in Ballinrobe in 1920.

Martin Langan married Ellen Moughan in New York and they had two daughters born in New York. Ellen Langan retuned to Ireland wth her two daughters sometime before 1911. Martin Langan died in New York in 1915. Ellen and the children returned to the States in 1920.

Macken Ballinrobe

1920 Passport application, James Macken Birth Date: 22 Jul 1868 Birth Place: Ballinrobe, Ireland Age: 51 Passport Issue Date: 26 Apr 1920 Passport Includes a Photo: Yes Residence: Chicago, Illinois Father Name: John Macken, deceased, Father's Birth Location: Ballinrobe Immigrated from Queenstown March 15 1888 residence Chicago. naturalized July 13, 1894, In Ireland from August 1 to September 23 1904, grocery buyer, purpose of trip in 1920 to visit mother. Photo attached.

Sharpsville, Pennsylvania

Sharpsville, Pennsylvania is in Mercer County along the Shenango River near Youngstown in the far west of the state. It had a population of 4,500 in the 2000 census.

  1. 1898 August 5 Britannic Queenstown

    1. Mary O'Malley age 20 to her uncle Michael Malley in Sharpsville Pa. passage paid by uncle

    2. Mary Bourke age 25 to her cousin Bridget Burke in Sharpsville Pa. passage paid by cousin

  2. 1900 April 27 1900

    1. Stephen Malley age 21, from Glausane (?), to Sharpsville, Pa, to his cousin James Malley in Sharon, Pa. (Sharon is very near Sharpsville)
  3. 1901 September 23 Cymric Queenstown

    1. Bridget Maru age 19 passage paid by brother to brother Pat Maru Sharpsville Mercer Co. Pa

  4. 1902 May 21 Oceanic Queenstown

    1. Mary McGuire age 25 to cousin Mrs. Walsh Sharpsville Pa

  5. 1903 April 8 Germanic Queenstown

    1. Bridget Stanton, age 19 paid by brother going to brother, Edward Stanton, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Penn

    2. Patrick Lally age 28 to cousin Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.

    3. Patrick Brown age 20 to cousin Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.
    4. Honor Cusack age 20 to brother Michael Cusack, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., Pa.

    5. 1900 US Census: Two Michale "Cusick" in Sharpsville Pa. Most likely one - Michael Cusick 32, immigrated 1889, Kate T Cusick 23, Mary C Cusick 7.12, Thomas Lally 28, brother in law, immigrated 1893, Bridget Lally 29, sister, immigrated, 1890

  6. 1904 December Luciania

    1. Patrick Lally age 31 laborer USA resident returning to Sharpsville Pa. POP missed the boat. Sailed on the Umbria which arrived Dec 19

  7. 1905 August 30 Caronia Queenstown sailed Aug 23

    1. Ned Gibbons age 28 cousin Michael Cusack Sharpesville Pa.
    2. William Cusack age 50 widow son Michael Cusack Sharpsville Pa
    3. Mary Cusack age 25 to Michael Cusack Sharpsville Pa.

      William and Mary are joined by }

      None of them have been in the US before. All Paid Own Paassage

    1900: Patrick Lally 50 born Ireland imm 1877, married 26 year, 8 children 7 living, laborer blast furnace, Maria Lally 40, wife, Margaret Lally 20, daughter, Lena Lally 18, daughter, Thomas Lally 16, son, laborer blast, furnace, Martin Lally 10, son, John Lally 8, son, *Patrick Lally 26, nephew, born Ireland, laborer blast, furnace, Michael Marry 40, nephew, born Ireland, laborer blast, furnace, James Connors 25, boarder, born Pa., laborer blast, furnace

    1910: Sharpsville, Maria Lally 53, imm 1874, Lena Lally 27 Martin Lally 20 John Lally 17 *Patrick Lally 38, nephew, steel worker, imm 1891

    *He is the Patrick who entered the US in December 1904. Umbria from Queenstown to New York Patrick Lally age 31, US Citizen discharged on the pier, last residence Ballinrobe. To uncle Patrick Lally Sharpsville, Pa.


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