Edward O'MALLEY from County Mayo
also Patrick O'MALLEY and Sarah JOYCE

Hi, I'm trying to trace down my great grandfathers birthplace and ancestors.
His death notice from Warren, Ohio, USA tracks him to Cub, NY and gives
his birth place as Ottawa in 1847.  Edward P, (Plate) O'Malley.  I have
been told that our tree of the O'Malley family is County Mayo, Ireland.
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated
Daniel B. O'Malley
Alto, Michigan, USA.
Hi Daniel:

Thanks for your e-mail regarding Edward O'Malley.
I've had a quick look and don't see any Edwards in my material here.
There are a few Bridgets and Catherines and a Patrick O'Malley. It seems
that the name may have been recorded as Maley or Mealy in the 1830's and
1840's up here for some families.

I'll keep an eye out for Edward and in the meantime have started a new page
for him.

Do you know when he left Canada? Do you know what his wife's maiden name

Thanks again.
... Al
From Taylor Kennedy, Feb. 22, 2001: Hi Guys This may not be associated but I have Hugh Kennedy b.1827, marrying Catherine O'Malley as his third wife in 1875. Catherine was born in Ireland June 4, 1847 and was the daughter of Michael O'Malley and Margaret Hamnough. According to the 1901 census she came to Canada in 1868. She was a widow with a son, Albert Newman, born circa 1870. Take care Taylor Kennedy
July 26, 2006: Al; I am looking for my great great grandfather Patrick O'Malley (O'Melia, O Malia) and wife Sarah Joyce who lived in the Quyon \ Pontiac areas of Quebec from 1840 until their deaths around 1890. They where farmers with several children, John, Anthony, Thomas Mary (Cain) Sara (Dolan) Patrick and James (my great grandfather). I found a great reference on your web site about Mary (Cain) O'Malley. My Great Grandfather left in in the 1870's for Michigan and then came back briefly for his wife (Anna) and left never to return. Thanks for the help. Barry

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