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From: yapper1stmate***kc.surewest.net
I am seeking information about my ancestor from Armagh, Ireland. Mary Margaret Cullen, Born March 1844, unknown when migrated to America, unknown if migrated alone or with family. Married Joseph Francis Morell 1872 in New York and they had 5 children. Died 1920 buried in Holy Cross cemetery in Colma, California. Any further light that you can shed is appreciated! Thank you.

From: brianframpton***yahoo.com
I am trying to research what would be my great great great grandmother on my paternal side. Her name as I have it is Elizabeth Cullan or possibly Cullen with (Collins) written after it. She married Henry Clayton in what I am guessing is Armagh Co. The exact wording is Gerrydhle, Armagh Ireland. I am speculating that this would have taken place in the early to mid 1800's. Any information you might have would be helpful as my trail runs dry with this name.

Thank you for your help, Brian Frampton

From: jabyatt***tpg.com.au
I am searching for information on Charles Cullen who was born about 1830 in the County of Armagh to Daniel & Mary Cullen. In 1852, after his parents had died, he came out to Australia with his wife Mary ( nee Davison b1833 to Thomas & Mary ( nee Bullerton ) Davison of Loughal, Co Armagh ) on the ship 'Agincourt'. Charles’ parents were both deceased in 1852 as was Mary’s father according to NSW Immigration records. Charles and Mary moved to the Bathurst area in NSW and had 2 children; Mary b1853 and Thomas b1854. Charles died in 1864 and Mary in 1900 after remarrying to James McAlister. Can anyone shed any light on this family or direct me to a site where I could do further research?

From: willieandliz***netscapeonline.co.uk
I am trying to trace my Irish Cullen Ancestors who appear to have originated in County Armagh. The family were all builders mainly in stone and built Cathedrals and large buildings. I have the death certificate of my Great Great Grandfather Hugh Cullen who died while working on a contract in Glasgow in 1878 he then being 68 years of age he would have been born in 1810. He was the son of James Cullen Mason (Master) and Rose Haughey of Armagh. Hugh Cullen married Mary Ann McGurk and they had seven sons and five daughters. I have traced only three children sons James and Pierce and daughter Rose.
James Cullen married Mary Ann McCann in Armagh on September 10, 1865 and had two children in Ireland Alice 1866 and Hugh 1867 they then went to Glasgow Scotland were they had James 1872, Rose 1873 and Pearce 1875.
Pierce Cullen married Catherine Corway in Dublin 1892 and all their children were born in Dublin William Francis (My Grandfather) 1893 Maud 1895, Kathleen 1897, Rose May 1899, Pearce 1903 and Sarah Josephine 1906. The family moved to Glasgow Scotland about 1911. Rose Cullen married a man named Watters in Dublin and lived in Glasgow Scotland for a time but moved on.
I believe that at least two of Hugh Cullens sons went to the USA were they worked as builders and some went to England. I believe that the daughters moved to the Dublin area and married into the Flood and Rice families. My Grandfather William Francis Cullen was born at 29 Lower Gloucester Street, Dublin. Any help would be much appreciated.

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