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Dardis Families in Ireland and USA

Dardis Families in Ireland and USA

Christine Dardis Aller (View posts)
Posted: 931359233000
I am working on Dardis families in
Co.Westmeath, Ireland and the USA.
Looking for parents and siblings of
Christopher Dardis b.abt.1798 d.1872
married to Brigid Hughes then Brigid Colon.
Children: Richard, Christopher,
John, Elizabeth, Catherine, William, Brigid,
James, Mary, Martin, and Margaret.

dardis Ireland to USA

lonna (View posts)
Posted: 936604625000
I also have Dardis in my family tree.
My gggrandfather was Tom , emmigrated from Ireland to Quebec 1842. He was a barrel maker. Moved to Chicago then to Farley, IA.
Are we on the same tree?
I am new at this but trying !!!
If you have any info that would help me , thanks.

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Cristina Dardis Talacko (View posts)
Posted: 946527111000
I am the great grand daughter of Felipe Dardis from Italy and would like to ask you if you know of any of your ancestors that might have migrated there. It is a surprise for me that the Dardis family has its origins in Ireland.
Thanks in advance


Mark Davis (View posts)
Posted: 948111760000
My freat, great, great, great grandfather was James Dardis, born in Bellinac, Westmeath county, Ireland. He came with two brothers, Edward and Thomas to Tennessee, and was living in Hawkins Co. in 1796 or earlier.


Edward Ted Dardis (View posts)
Posted: 968538270000
I was told that the Dardis clan originated in France and that persecuted Catholics moved to Ireland. The name was D'Ardis, Regards,Ted

Dardis from Italy

Judy Pingree (View posts)
Posted: 990285633000
My grandmother, Mary Dardis (Longobucco), came to the US in 1899 from Italy. Was told the Dardis family came from Albania... although my grandmother spoke Italian. She had 3 brothers who all lived in NY -- 2 were policemen and one owned a bar 7 grill.

Dardis family

Cristina Dardis Talacko (View posts)
Posted: 990676630000
My great grandfather Angelo Dardis, son of Felipe Dardis, born in 1840,left Italy in 1886 (San Marco Argentano) to Brazil.He had a brother Caetano Dardis) who also moved to Brazil. If you know anything about them, please send a message.

Re: Dardis family

Posted: 1001190374000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1017073407000
To day many people whose last name is Dardis live in San Marco Argentano (Cosenza) in south Italy. Some of them are
migrated to North Italy. May be the original name was D'Ardis whose origin somebody says is from Albany. In the 16th century many people migrated from that country in south Italy and in Cosenza's lands by turkey persecution. The people that I know are Marco, Giovanni, Vincenzo and many other ones. Marco Dardis told to me that an ancestor of his family was named Angelo, but I'm not sure about this new.

Re: Dardis Families in Ireland and USA

Joann Wargo (View posts)
Posted: 1001972923000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Murtha, Murtagh, Dardis, Bracey, Doherty
Ellen Dardis, who was originally from Co. Westmeath, is my great-great-great grandmother. I believe that her parents' names were Michael and Bridget Dardis who emigrated to the United States, likely to the Honesdale area of Pennsylvania after she was born. They both died in the U.S. in 1866 and 1850, respectively. Ellen also had a sister named Mary born 1835, and a brother named Andrew born 1829. She married a John Murtha (Murtagh) in 1847, after he had emigrated from Co. Westmeath in 1845. From the information I have, John Murtha was originally from the parish of Killucan. Ellen Dardis Murtha died in October 1899, and John Murtha died in November 1874, both buried in St. John's Cemetary in Honesdale, PA, USA.

Any other information about relatives would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Dardis Families in Ireland and USA

Posted: 1009933240000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1154008352000
Surnames: Dardis
My great great-grandfather, Peter Dardis, was born in Ireland. Emigrated to the US and in 1860 &1870 census was found in Wyoming County, in western NY State.
Relatives - unknown. Had 3 children..Catherine..James .. and Peter.
Thats the sum total of my knowledge of my Dardis'
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