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1 Hello Tim and Barbara.

I can confirm Tim's marriage information. I also have the following:

1) Thomas Harvey married Ally Gregory on 4 Dec 1830. Sponsor being John O'Neal and Owen Harvey. A daughter Ann Harvey was baptized 27 Jan 1833.

2) Bernard Harvey of Clonalig married Mary Gregory, also of Clonalig on 22 Oct 1894. Sponsors being Bernard McCoy and Rose McGeeney.

3) Owen Harvassey married Mary Gregerey on 10 Jan 1800. Sponsors being James McParlan and Eleoner Hinimnah.

Children:
Anne 15 July 1801
Bryan 19 Jan 1803

I was told by my cousin Sean Harvey, that when he was in school he had to use the old spelling of O'h Airmheasaigh and that is why you will see the spelling of Harvassey.

Unfortunately the baptisms do not include sponsors.

I hope this answers more questions then it raises. I will try to scan the marriage records and share if you wish. Only 2 pages.

On a visit to Crossmaglen in 1991 I went to St. Patrick's Church to seek a baptism record for my great-grand father, Owen Harvey, and his parent's marriage record. The parish priest at the time said all the old records had been sent to Dublin to be microfilmed and were returned with a copy of the microfilm and a computer printout by NAME. I did not have to know dates as the list was simply by last name of the male. He copied the marriages for Harvey males and baptism for Harvey's. I also received the list for my great-grandmother's Callan name.

I keep my records in family file folders and recently started noting on the front of the folder what records are in each. I use Family Tree Maker to tie the relatives together and input the information. I go through things and make list of what is missing. Not the best method.

I was very fortunate that I started while some older relatives were still living and had kept in touch with each other. My grandfather's cousin, Thomas Harvey, son of Cornelius, stayed in contact with Helen Harvey Begley, daughter of John Harvey, in New York. The family tale was that their fathers came over on the boat together. Don't think that is true. Helen kept in touch with Patrick (Packie) Harvey on the family farm in Crossmaglen. I wrote to Packie and was in correspondence (I later found out with his daughter Mary Watters) for years before making the trip. We were welcomed like true family. On our second night there was a big family dinner at Mary's house with aunts, uncles brothers and cousins. We were up until 2 in the morning singing and having a wonderful time. We even stayed at Mary's that night. In 2002, Mary's brother Sean was at my house one week and I was in his in Ireland the next.

I have found distant and lost cousins on my mother's side of the family via Ancestry and it is great to find cousins on my fathers side. I am happy to share information and ideas.

Hope this is not to much at once.

Best regards,
Tim Harvey




-----Original Message-----
From: Tgharvey2@aol.com
To: timceccles58@yahoo.com; EICEHS@aol.com
Sent: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 5:59 pm
Subject: Re: Harvey's of South Armagh

Hello Tim and Barbara.

I can confirm Tim's marriage information. I also have the following:

1) Thomas Harvey married Ally Gregory on 4 Dec 1830. Sponsor being John O'Neal and Owen Harvey. A daughter Ann Harvey was baptized 27 Jan 1833.

2) Bernard Harvey of Clonalig married Mary Gregory, also of Clonalig on 22 Oct 1894. Sponsors being Bernard McCoy and Rose McGeeney.

3) Owen Harvassey married Mary Gregerey on 10 Jan 1800. Sponsors being James McParlan and Eleoner Hinimnah.

Children:
Anne 15 July 1801
Bryan 19 Jan 1803

I was told by my cousin Sean Harvey, that when he was in school he had to use the old spelling of O'h Airmheasaigh and that is why you will see the spelling of Harvassey.

Unfortunately the baptisms do not include sponsors.

I hope this answers more questions then it raises. I will try to scan the marriage records and share if you wish. Only 2 pages.

On a visit to Crossmaglen in 1991 I went to St. Patrick's Church to seek a baptism record for my great-grand father, Owen Harvey, and his parent's marriage record. The parish priest at the time said all the old records had been sent to Dublin to be microfilmed and were returned with a copy of the microfilm and a computer printout by NAME. I did not have to know dates as the list was simply by last name of the male. He copied the marriages for Harvey males and baptism for Harvey's. I also received the list for my great-grandmother's Callan name.

I keep my records in family file folders and recently started noting on the front of the folder what records are in each. I use Family Tree Maker to tie the relatives together and input the information. I go through things and make list of what is missing. Not the best method.

I was very fortunate that I started while some older relatives were still living and had kept in touch with each other. My grandfather's cousin, Thomas Harvey, son of Cornelius, stayed in contact with Helen Harvey Begley, daughter of John Harvey, in New York. The family tale was that their fathers came over on the boat together. Don't think that is true. Helen kept in touch with Patrick (Packie) Harvey on the family farm in Crossmaglen. I wrote to Packie and was in correspondence (I later found out with his daughter Mary Watters) for years before making the trip. We were welcomed like true family. On our second night there was a big family dinner at Mary's house with aunts, uncles brothers and cousins. We were up until 2 in the morning singing and having a wonderful time. We even stayed at Mary's that night. In 2002, Mary's brother Sean was at my house one week and I was in his in Ireland the next.

I have found distant and lost cousins on my mother's side of the family via Ancestry and it is great to find cousins on my fathers side. I am happy to share information and ideas.

Hope this is not to much at once.

Best regards,
Tim Harvey
 
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2 00102332 Family: F1019
 
3 217633 Family: F1014
 
4 Biographies from An Illustrated History of the Counties of Rock and Pipestone, Minnesota, 1911. The date after each name denotes the year the subject came to Pipestone County.


JOHN HARVEY (1877) is one of Pipestone county's very earliest settlers and his home since 1877 has been continuously on the land he homesteaded at that date, the southeast quarter of section 24, Osborne township. He was born in Lee county, Illinois, October 26, 1854. His father, Edward Harvey, who died in Pipestone county in August, 1904, was a native of county Armagh, Ireland. His mother was Ann (Smith) Harvey, a native of New York state. She died in December, 1907, at Stewartville, Minnesota.

When John was in his third or fourth year the Harvey family moved from Illinois to Olmsted county, Minnesota, and there he lived until coming to Pipestone county in 1877. In the fall of that year he took as a pre-emption claim the Osborne township farm already described. The following spring Mr. Harvey broke twenty acres of the land and in the fall erected thereon a frame shanty, 10x14 feet. He spent the summer of 1878 working near Luverne. The only other settler within a large radius when our subject took his claim was A. D. Kings-bury, who had located on land upon which the town of Edgerton now stands. During the troublesome grasshopper days in 1879 Mr. Harvey was forced to seek other employment than farming to keep body and soul together. Since those days he has prospered and is now one of the substantial farmers of the precinct.

At Luverne, on February 15, 1881, John Harvey was married to Charlotte Madison, a native of Sweden. Mrs. Harvey died March 26, 1897. Three children were born to this union: Melvin, born August 18, 1893; Loretta, born December 6, 1894; and John, born September 3, 1896.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~mnahgp/archives/pipestone/bios3.html
 
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5 Certificate #00191638 Family: F365
 
6 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F580
 
7 http://www.mcconville.org/main/about/cregganmrrgs.html
Date Groom's Name Status Father's Name Address Bride's Name Status Father's Name Address Place of marriage
1870-03-01 Harvey Owen b James Corliss McConville Mary s Arthur Teer Crossmaglen
 
Family: F35
 
8 List of marriages from PH
Witnessess: Thomas McCabe & Annie Byrne 
Family: F112
 
9 Living with John Harvey
1900 Census Minnesota
Osborne, Pipestone, Minnesota 
Family: F74
 
10 Married by M. Decker Family: F352
 
11 No license. Marriage made valid. James O’Shea, priest. Family: F25
 
12 p 75 "Pathways through Time" Family: F117
 
13 p75 "Pathways through Time"

Widow Harvey was 46 in 1901 
Family: F115
 
14 Personal interview with Bridget McHugh 14Mar 2007 Family: F86
 
15 peter harvey  Family: F90
 
16 R. Collier, Minister Family: F531
 
17 Rev A.E. Hursh Family: F574
 
18 Since John S. Gregory was only 19 at time of marriage, his father had to provide his consent of the marriage. Family: F12
 
19 Sponsors: John McArdle and Ellen McCoy Family: F31
 
20 Witness: Jams Laverty & John McParlan Family: F31
 
21 witnesses Francis Harvey and Bryan Waters
 
Family: F33
 
22 Witnesses Mathw McChoy, Christr Gregory Family: F1904
 
23 witnesses Patrick Harvey and Peter McMahon Family: F32
 
24 Witnesses Robert McIlrath and Martha Paul Family: F887
 
25 Witnesses: Owen Donochy, Patk Magennis Family: F1910
 

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