Crowe Genealogy Ireland and the World Pic 1

Working Models

The images on these pages are Working Models, using blocks of family data and probable links (angle bars) and possible links (arrows) but they are up for scrutiny. If you have any issue with the data, please write and discuss it. None of these charts are set in concrete!

Numbers are years in the1800s from BMD records. Census 1901 green and 1911 red.

Locations at the bottom, sponsors names in red italics – possible family connections.

Cappaghwhite, Tipperary, IRL (north of Tipperary Town  GPS: 52.581895 -8.165367 )

One of three parishes with over one hundred Crowe 'couples' in the records. Clonoulty and Sologhead are the others) Crowes here were a division of the Crowes in Clonoulty when they moved out of Clare according to repeated oral traditions.

Cappaghwhite 1

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Bourke, Doyle, Dwyer, FitzGerald, Grady, Hays, Keogh, Laffan, Magrath, Poor, Quinlan, Ryan

Cappaghwhite 3  Richard Crowe

This tree are some of the ancestore to a very experienced and approachable researcher called Richard Crowe. He has a far more extensive tree than I have here and he would love to make contact with any researchers or relatives interested in this tree.

We have no direct DNA match but do have intermediary / joint matches

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Bourke, Brien, Connell, Cummins, Daly, Dwyer, Gorman, Harty, Hays, Luby / Looby, Marnane, Power, Ryan  Note,the Marnane name is also linked with Crowe in Limerick and they were a family of animal dealers and Victualers, from Clare originally.

Cappaghwhite 4     Another Tim Crowe

The name Tim Crowe is not so commonly found in Tipperary so this tree is of some interest to me. Also, his son's name, Laurence - an even more rare occurrence and also relevant to me.

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Bourke, Butler, Dawson, Hannigan, Hayes, Maher, Ryan, Tuohy

Cappaghwhite 5     Hammersley Link

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Dwyer, Hamnersley, Neil, Morrissey


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