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M. Scott (View posts)
Posted: 900676800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1157728911000
Looking for information on the Charles and Mary (Logue) McGowan family. Mary was born aprox. 1811 and died in US in 1891. They had 12 children, all of whom were born in Donegal. The children were: Hugh m to Mary McCarron; Charles, Anthony, John m to Annie ?; Michael, Francis, ?; ?; ? m to Daniel Carney; Susan m to John Daley; Mary m to William Paterson; James m to Catherine ?; and William m to Maria McKeever. The father died, date unknown and the rest of the family immigrated to the Youngstown, Ohio USA area between the years of 1860 and 1867. William was around 13 years old when he left Ireland, but many of the older siblings married in Ireland and already had children before they left.

LOGUE of Donegal

Kim (View posts)
Posted: 920635200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1158251362000
Surnames: Logue
I have a very accurate history of a John Logue who left Donegal Ireland at age 13. He was born 1757, became a sailor and left Ireland at 13. He married a woman named Mary Sproull. They had 10 children. He deserted the Irish Navy, and eventually settled in Pensylvania. I have the history from 1757 to the present, if you'd be interested. I hope this helps.

information on logue ansestors

Patricia Weldon(Logue) (View posts)
Posted: 940075200000
Classification: Query
Surnames: logue
Any Information would be apprciated I think my grandfather was named John .I know he lived in Philadelphia and came over from irland I do not know my grandmothers name but I am going to search the death records for Penn.

Re: LOGUE of Donegal

Posted: 940507200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1158251388000
Surnames: Patrick Logue
My great grandfather Patrick Logue was born in Carrigart, County Donegal in 1843. He went to America in 1860. Looking for family that stayed in Ireland.

Patrick Logue

Posted: 946987200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1004580147000
Surnames: Logue
Wondering if Patrick had a son name Owen? My records indicate that Patrick came to Woburn, MA when he about 14 (1858 or so). He came from Donegal County and his parent's names were James and Bridget. Any information on this would be most helpful especially hometown in Ireland. Thanks.

Re: LOGUE of Donegal

Posted: 948369600000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1158251436000
I have record of a James Logue, Coolcross, Clonmany Donegal, born c. 1841;parents were James and Bridget. Source: PRO Belfast Claims for Old Age Pensions.

Re: LOGUE of Donegal

Posted: 949924800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1158251457000
Surnames: Logue, Corr
I have an extensive family tree for the Corr/Logue family but I can only trace as far as the first immigrants from Ireland to Philadelphia. John J. Logue Jr.(1847-1927) was born in Philadelphia and married Margaret A. Corr (1855-1925 also Philadelphia). The rest of their offspring were born in Philadelphia also. If anyone has any information on John's parents I would greatly appreciate it! John's father (John J. Logue Sr.) was born in 1805 in Donegal.

Re: LOGUE of Donegal - Corrs of Roscommon/Mayo

Niall Corr (View posts)
Posted: 983361600000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1158251499000
Surnames: Corr
I am researching my family history who are dotted all round Connaught (Longford, Leitrim, Roscommon, Mayo) and would welcome any details you may have on the Corrs.
My particular thread all seem to have their first born male named George, and their first girl Teresa or Nora

Re: John Logue

Posted: 997616181000
Classification: Query
Edited: 998775420000
Surnames: Logue
I have just recently started with my family tree, and was reading the message board from Kim back in March 1999. I believe we came from Donegal, Ireland. Could you please let me know if in your records there is a Hezekiah Logue from Hyndman, PA? Or a Catherine Logue Mock from Bedford, PA?

Re: John Logue

Posted: 998411714000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1009895884000
I would be very interested in your History of John Logue. You may contact me at (note the 3 "l"s in the address.

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