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

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Kilcommon, Tipperary, IRL   (GPS:  52.639999  -8.105746 )

I am particularly interested in this parish, as I believe all the Crowes here are related to me. Orally three different relatives attest to this idea but I still have to prove it.


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Bercury, Boland, Burke, Butler, Corcoran, Costelo, Crook, Danaher, Dwyer, Fahy, Griffin, Halloran, Hayes, Kenedy, Laffan, Lanagan, Magrath, Meagher, Quinlan, Russell, Ryan, Stapleton, Walsh


You will see a common name here is Denis Crowe. Apart from a group of Denis Crowes in Upperchurch this seems to be a separate group or 'stream' as I prefer tocall it. Denis Crowes seem to move out of this parish north-west towards Silvermines and Nenagh. Some of them were miners too. Nearby is a place called Coppermines.


I was told that a Denis Crowe relation had notions of grandeur and you will notice the marriages to merchants - so maybe the tale was true?


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Byrnes, Chadwick, Field, Fogarty, Hanly, Hunt, Kennedy, Laffan, Lanagan, Murry, Phelan (Whelan), Power, Reidy, Ryan, Suanders





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