I'm looking for information on a Catherine and Daniel McManaman who were born in Ireland, (considering their surname, there is a strong possibility they were from Donegal) and traveled to New Albany, Indiana in America in the 1840's. Daniel was born between 1804-1806, and Catherine was born between 1797-1799. Catherine, at this time, only spoke Gaelic. Their surname may, as many were upon immigrating, have been changed slightly. Other derivations of this surname may include: Mac Meanmain, Mac Meanman, McMenomy, McMenamy, McMenemy, McMenamin, McManamun, McMennamy, McMenama, MCMANAWAY, MCMANAMAY, MCMANAMY, McMANAMON, McMANAMAN, McMANIMAN.