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They had the following children.

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  F ii Living.

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Living [Parents].

They had the following children.

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Pasquale PIETRONUTO was born in Caivano, Italy. He died in New York City. Pasquale married Maria Rosa (Antonetta) PARRELLA.

Maria Rosa (Antonetta) PARRELLA was born in Caivano, Italy. She died in New York City. Maria married Pasquale PIETRONUTO.

They had the following children.

  M i Living.

Thomas (Tom) Francis MCDONNELL [Parents] was born in 17 or 18 June 1897 in Corgarriff, Kilmovee, Co. Mayo. He was christened on 30 Jun 1897 in Kilmovee, Co. Mayo. He died on 14 Feb 1963 in Galway. He was buried on 18 Feb 1963 in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin (grave OH 70, St. Bridget's). Thomas married Mary (Mamie) LYNCH in New York.

Tom emigrated to the United States as a young man. According to Ellis Island records, he arrived in New York from Liverpool on October 30, 1922. On the ship manifest it is difficult to make out his occupation but it looks like hardware assistant.

Tom's emigration was unplanned. The exact circumstances of his departure aren't known but his possible association with Free State governnment sympathisers (i.e., those who were pro-Treaty) may have led him to flee, even though he himself wasn't known by family to have been a supporter of either the pro- or anti-Treaty camp. In the course of her research, Kathleen Hegarty Thorne, author of They Put The Flag a-Flyin’, an account of the Irish War of Independence and the Civil War as they impacted on Co. Roscommon, came across a report of an incident involving a Treaty supporter whose brother appears to have accompanied Tom to the States a few weeks later. According to Kathleen, a Peter Sharkey who was a pro-Treaty activist from Edmondstown (Kilcolman parish), Ballaghadereen, was shot and badly wounded by anti-Treaty forces in September 1922 for apparently not having complied with an order to leave the area. Ellis Island records list Tom and a Bernard Sharkey together, Bernard giving as his nearest relative at home a brother, Peter Sharkey from Tobracken (in Kilcolman parish), Ballaghadereen. This may well have been the Peter Sharkey who was shot, and it may well be that Tom's possible association with him and/or his brother led to his sudden departure. It would be 20 years before Tom would see Ireland again.

Mary (Mamie) LYNCH [Parents] was born on 14 Feb 1901 in Binion, Clonmany, Co. Donegal. She died on 28 Jan 1970 in Dublin. She was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin (grave OH 70, St. Bridget's). Mary married Thomas (Tom) Francis MCDONNELL in New York.

Mamie emigrated to the United States in 1919. Around the late 1950s she and Tom moved back to Ireland and settled in Swinford, Co. Mayo.

Mamie died in hospital in Dublin as a result of a car accident in her home county of Donegal. She was buried with her husband, Tom, in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.

They had the following children.

  F i Living.

Living [Parents].

Living [Parents].

They had the following children.

  M i Living.

'unknown' KEALY (male) [Parents] was born in probably Killinierin, Co. Wexford. He died. 'unknown' married 'UNKNOWN'.

'UNKNOWN' died. 'UNKNOWN' married 'unknown' KEALY (male).

They had the following children.

  M i Living.

Maurice O'SULLIVAN was born in probably Dublin. He died on 1 Dec 2006. Maurice married Elizabeth Mary (Elma) HANRAHAN.

Maurice was from Donnybrook in Dublin.

Living [Parents].


Michael J. MOLONEY [Parents] was born about 1844. He died on 4 Apr 1941. Michael married Margaret 'UNKNOWN'.

Michael owned the West End Hotel in Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick.

Margaret 'UNKNOWN' was born about 1843. She died in 1935. Margaret married Michael J. MOLONEY.

They had the following children.

  M i
Denis J. MOLONEY was born about 1883. He died in 1935.

Michael ran the family hotel (West End Hotel) in Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. He was only about 52 years of age when he died.
  M ii Michael J. MOLONEY died.
  M iii
John MOLONEY died.

John was parish priest in Parteen, Co. Clare.
  M iv James F. MOLONEY died.
  F v
Rev. Mother Madeleine MOLONEY died.

Living [Parents].

She had the following children.

  F i Living.
  ii Living.

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