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Re: [Bann Valley] Re Ballydonnelly
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- Subject: Re: [Bann Valley] Re Ballydonnelly
- From: K Ray <flaraysun@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 17 May 2008 06:54:29 -0700 (PDT)
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Yes, I am looking for my relatives with the last name Rea. My great grandmother also had a maiden name spelled the exact spelling of your name (McCaughern). Wonder if we are related in some way? Elizabeth McCaughern married Robert Rea in Churchtown Presbyterian in 1870. They had 6 children while living there in Ireland (Ballydonnelly) and then headed to the U.S. in 1887, settled in Troy, New York. My grandfather, Robert A. Rea was born there in 1884, I will attach his birth certificate on this message. The name was changed to Ray once they were established in the states, I understand the spelling was changed because of the way it was pronounced.
I would be very interested in hearing from you with any information.
I know ballydonnelly my folks came from there and I still have a farm
Are you looking for relatives called Rea?
ray reunion 2.doc
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