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From: "Rich Nichols" <>
Subject: Re: [NY-TROY-IRISH-GENSOC] Roll Call CLAYTON-BURKE and others notfrom Troy
Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 09:22:53 -0500
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Lois,

I don't recall you contacting me before - your McCracken's don't appear to
be connected to mine.
However, since I know very little about mine - there still is an outside
chance. Mine settled in
New York City. Did yours?

Rich in Greer, SC
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From: "Lois" <>
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Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 7:15 PM
Subject: Re: [NY-TROY-IRISH-GENSOC] Roll Call CLAYTON-BURKE and others not
from Troy


> Rich;
> I may have contacted you before about McCracken. I have some info about
> a William McCracken married Eliza Wilson--
> had 3 children-- Sarah Jane born 1839 married Thomas Mark, John born
> 1843? emigrated to America married Ann Powers, and Mary Ann born 1848,
> married
> George Mark. They were from county Antrim (Ballydonnelly)
> Lois in AZ
>
> Rich Nichols wrote:
>
>>Let me update my previous reply as all seem to be giving much info which
>>might help one or more of us -
>>
>>Edward CLAYTON, b ca 1843, Cloyne, Co. Cork; s/o Edward & Hanna CUNNINGHAM
>>CLAYTON. The family actually moved to London and Edward's other siblings
>>were all born in London. The family were tailors by trade. Edward, Jr.
>>first married Mary, surname unknown, and most likely in Ireland as no
>>marriage was found in England. They were found living in Bishopsgate,
>>London on the 1871 census. Edward most likely left Mary (no death record
>>found) and emigrated to Boston, MA about 1874, where he married Catherine
>>E, surname unknown. No marriage record found in MA. They had two
>>children - Margaret, born 15 Jun 1875 in Boston and Ellen born c 1878 in
>>Troy? Catherine most likely died before 1900 and nothing more is known
>>about her. Edward then married Margaret BURKE, 19 Oct 1884 in Troy. They
>>had one known child, William Patrick, who was bapt 23 Oct 1886 and died 4
>>May 1889 and buried in St. Peter's. Edward died and was buried in St
>>Peter's on 24 Jul 1890 and Margaret was buried!
> !
>> 26 May 1903. Margaret was born c 1860 in Ireland. By 1900 the Clayton's
>> were now living in Washington Co. Also buried is a Mary Clayton on 16
>> Jan 1898 and a Nellie MOON on 28 Feb 1920. Lastly, the plot was taken
>> over in the 1940's by a Anna MCINTOSH who lived in Brooklyn, New
>> York. Is Nellie Moon Edward's daughter Ellen? I have no idea who Mary
>> Clayton or Anna McIntosh are! Maybe someone recognizes some of these
>> people.
>>
>>John Nicholas Clayton, Edward's brother and my 2nd ggf, also a tailor,
>>lived in Troy for a short period of time when Edward was living there.
>>They had a dau, Elizabeth (Lizzie), born 20 Nov 1881 in Troy and died
>>young and is buried in NYC.
>>
>>Other Irish families I am searching but not from the Troy area
>>
>>WYNNE - Riverstown, Co. Sligo - PA-NY
>>HOEY - Meigh, Co. Armagh - NYC
>>MCCRACKEN - Belfast, Co. Antrim? - NYC
>>FLANAGAN - Co. Meath - PA
>>GEOGHEGAN/GAHAGAN - IRE-PA-NY
>>O'MELIA - Co. Mayo? - NYC
>>CONNOLLY - Co. Armagh - NYC
>>KENNEDY - IRE
>>MCCABE - Co. Westmeath - PA
>>
>>Rich in Greer, SC
>>
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