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Margaret (Swieny) O'Donnell (bef. 1772 - 1797)

Margaret O'Donnell formerly Swieny aka Sweeney, Swiny
Born before in Clare, Irelandmap
Daughter of and [mother unknown]
Wife of — married 25 Nov 1790 in Killard, Doonbeg or Kilrush, Clare, Irelandmap
Descendants descendants
Died after age 25 in Dunmore, Clare, Irelandmap
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Profile last modified | Created 16 Aug 2013
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Biography

Ireland Native
Margaret (Swieny) O'Donnell was born in Ireland.

Margaret SWEINY, daughter of Roe Sywny. [1]

Ennis Chronicle, Monday, November 29, 1790[2]

Married last Thursday, Mr. John O'Donnell of Dunmore to Miss Margaret Swieny, daughter of Mr. Roe Swieny of Moriesk, an amiable and accomplished young lady, with a handsome fortune

Their son Roe O’Donnell married Anne Roche on 19th January 1828 and they had at least 9 children, one of whom - Eliza married a police constable named Christopher Blanc from Portarlington, Co. Laois (AKA Queens) on 27th April 1862 in Killard Parish. Blanc as the name suggests is French in origin. They were amongst a large number of French Huguenot families who fled France to avoid religious persecution and settled in Portarlington. The Huguenots incidentally founded that town and it was a French speaking area. The O’Donnells and the Blancs were Protestants. After their marriage Christopher and Elizabeth (Eliza) emigrated to Brisbane, Australia and Christopher reverted to the family trade as a butcher and seems to have had a number of retail outlets in that city.[3]

Ennis Chronicle, Monday October 16, 1797[4]

Died, last Thursday. very deservedly regretted. Mrs. O'Donnell wife of John O'Donnell of Dunmore

Sources

  1. Veronica Williams created WikiTree profile Swieny-1 through the import of CASSIDY and SWEENEY 4_2013-08-13_2013-08-16.ged on Aug 16, 2013.
  2. Newspaper - Ennis Chronicle, 1790 - November 29, Monday.
  3. Research conversations, COYLE W.R. - Emails November 2012.
  4. Newspaper - Ennis Chronicle, 1797 - October 16, Monday.




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