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This WEB Site is dedicated to everyone who has ever wondered about their ancestors. This Site is linked to my family site - John J. Meehan (JJ) Family. It also includes WEB Sites that are linked to mine by common ancestors and WEB Sites with common Surnames. If you would like to add your family to this site please contact me at the E Mail address below.

To the right are Family Crest for the different branches of my Family. You can click on any of the Family Crest and it will take you to the History of their Surname. In the case of the Doyle and O'Connor Families there are at least two different Family Crest. The Doyles and O'Connors for my Family are listed first. The Ryan Crest is in honor of Ensign Larry Ryan, my friend and classmate from Loras College and was submitted by Maureen Meehan whose maiden name is Ryan. All the families are from Ireland except McDonald which emigrated from Scotland.

bullet   JJ Meehan's Family Tree

This WEB Site has links to over 4,000 members of John J. Meehan Family - Includes Meehans, O'Connors, Doyles, Lynches, McDonald, Ayers and Cass Family Members.

bullet   James Doyle and Ann O'Neill Family

This WEB Site has links to over 2,000 members of James Doyle Family (My Ancestors) from Borris, County Carlow. This sight was developed by Brian William Doyle. Over the next year I hope to merge the data that is on his site with mine. Right now his Data on John O'Neill Doyle is as good as it get. John was the brother of my Great, Great Grandfather Patrick O'Neill Doyle.

bullet   Thomas Houlihan and Margaret Reid Family

Thomas Houlihan and Margaret Reid are from County Clare, Ireland. Their daughter, Bridget Houlihan (Little Bid) married my Great Uncle James O'Connor. This made Bridget my Great Aunt - John J. Meehan . The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Gina Ward. You can contact Gina Ward at allyolive@yahoo.com

bullet   Cass Family Homepage

The Cass Family is linked to my family through my great great grandmother Elizabath Cass who married Donald McDonald in the early 1800's. This site was developed by Bryan Cass

bullet   Mack Family Homepage

This WEB Site links the Mack Family history to the Conway Family in the early 1800s. The Conway Family is related to my family through the Ayers Family. This site was developed by Paul Mack

bullet   James Doyle and Ann O'Brien Family

James Doyle and Ann O'Brien are from Oulart Hill, Co. Wexford, Ireland. As far as we know there are no ties between our families but we are working on documenting our family history together since the families lived close to each other in Ireland.

bullet   Charles O'Connor and Mabel Harrigan Family

Charles O'Connor and Mabel Harrigan Family immigrated from Ireland and settled in Northern Ontario, Canada. There is no know ties between the O'Connors on either my Doyle side of the family or the O'Connors on the Meehan side of my family but we are working on documenting our family history together since the families lived close to each other in Ireland.
The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Gary C. O'Connor.

bullet   The Malone Family

Elizabeth Connor married William Malone in Ballybeg on Feb. 6, 1850. She was born according to her death certificate about 1825 and she died in Ballybeg Oct. 21, 1890. William Malone was born Rahinnane on Mar. 27, 1827 and he died at Ballybeg on July 6, 1880. This branch of the O'Connor/Connor Family comes from Ballybeg, Ventry, County Kerry. The location is about 4 to 5 miles west of Dingle near the town of Ventry. They were located about 19 km from where Mary O'Connor lived in Ireland. There appears to be no link between the O'Connor families so far but we are working to document our family history together. The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Fran Malone. The WEB Site is maintained by her son Joe Malone.

bullet   Mary O'Connor Tossell Family

"The O'Connor family bible came into my possession after the death of my grandparents. I noticed within it, a few pages with lists of family birth, death and marriage information dating back to the mid 1800's that I'd never seen before. Not long after, I received a 1924-newspaper article celebrating my great grandparent's 50th wedding anniversary from a second cousin, with lots of family details that were new to me. I realized there was a lot I didn't know, and ironically those that could help with any questions were no longer here to answer them. I will forever berate myself as to why I hadn't thought to I ask them when they were still alive." This was submitted by Maureen O'Connor

bullet   The Lawrence Meehan Family

This Tree of the Meehanís was one of many Irish families who in the late 1800ís and early 1900ís left Dublin for a better life. Initially they moved to Milton Keynes in the UK and then to Woolwich a suburb in the East of London. They applied their trades as Turners, Carpenters and Millwrights working in the Woolwich Dockyards and Arsenal. Once again the depression of the 1900ís and conditions in the East end of London led some to move on once again and seek employment in Canada and the USA. Please take the time to review the website and our other families such as the Hanrahanís, Williams, Spicerís and Cutlers. Note: There is no ties between the Meehans in this family and the John J. Meehan Family, but we are working on documenting our family history together. Kevin would be happy to answer any questions that you may have. You can contact Kevin Meehan at ktmeehan@tpcg.biz.

bullet   Patrick Meehan Family

The Patrick Meehan Family immigrated from Ireland to Canada in the early 1800's. There is no ties between the Meehans of my family or the other Patrick Meehan Family on this WEB Site but we are working on documenting our family history together. The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Colleen Meehan. You can contact Colleen Meehan at colleenmeehan@hotmail.com

bullet   Patrick Meehan Family

The Patrick Meehan Family immigrated from Donegal, Ireland to Canada in the early 1800's. There is no ties between the Meehans of my family but we are working on documenting our family history together. The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Jerri Grimley. You can contact Jerri Grimley at jerrigri@hotmail.com

bullet   Owen Meehan Family

The Owen Meehan Family immigrated from Cavan, Ireland to Australia in the early 1800's. There is no ties between the Meehans of my family but we are working on documenting our family history together. The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Lynette Meehan. You can contact Lynette Meehan at meehan2@netspace.net.au

bullet   James Meehan and Sally Friel Family

The James Meehan and Sally Friel Family immigrated from Donegal, Ireland to Brooklyn, Kings, New York in the late 1800's. There is no ties between the Meehans of my family but we are working on documenting our family history together. The information on this WEB Site was submitted from Theresa Maria Meehan-Currie. You can contact Theresa Meehan-Currie at celticnonna@hotmail.com




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Send comments or updates especially if you have any information on any of these families or would like to share your knowledge of Ireland or Scotland . . .

John J. Meehan - - jjmeehan13@hotmail.com

Please visit my other WEB Sites:

JJ Meehan's Family Tree
This WEB Site has links to over 4,000 members of John J. Meehan Family.

IRELAND
This WEB Site contains links to blogs (stories) and other data on Ireland.

WALL of HEROES
This WEB Site contains links to people who are my heroes or have influenced my life.

Fly High and Fast
Flying Blogs by JJ Meehan

"America"
A salute to America by John Wayne

"Cruzin the Avenue"
This WEB Site brings back memories of the 50's and 60's.

The Meehan Family came from Kilkee, County Clare, Munster, Ireland.


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