|Surname||First Name||Parents||Born||Spouse||Year of Emigration||New Residence||Died||Comments||Contact|
|Carberry||Patrick||Patrick Carberry, Mary Maloney (unconfirmed)||1818, East Clare (unconfirmed)||Catherine Donnellan||By ship to Canada c. 1854||Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada||3 Jan 1855||Kilkishen townland was Lakyle.||Sharon|
|Clune||Ellen||Peter Clune & Anne Giltinane Clune||29/08/1866||Willaim Newman||By ship to Marlborough New Zealand – unsure approx. 1890||Renwicktown, Marlborough
|20/10/1947||Ellen emigrated to New Zealand to join her older sister Mary Anne Clune||Teresa|
|Clune||Mary Anne||Peter & Anne Gillinan Clune||29/09/1860||Thomas Branton||By ship “Opawa” from Plymouth arriving in Nelson New Zealand 27/11/1879||Hamilton, New Zealand||09/05/1941 Hamilton New Zealand||Mary married Thomas Branton in Blenheim New Zealand and at an unconfirmed date moved to Hamilton New Zealand – where she resided permanently||Teresa|
|Clune||Thomas||Peter Clune & Anne Giltinane||12th December 1858||Matilda Lillicrapp||Migrated to Melbourne, Australia before 1886. He died in Reservoir and is buried in Epping Cemetery.||Reservoir, Melbourne, VIC, Australia||7th December 1938||Not certain if any of Thomas’ siblings emigrated to Melbourne with him.||Alison|
|Cudmore||Patrick||Michael Cudmore||circa 1824 Coolgorey, Tuamgraney or Killuran||Catherine Colbert-Size-Galvin||Departed England Feb1852 – either aboard “Duke of Cornwall” or “Surge”||Adelaide, South Australia||1870 – Norwood, South Australia||Appears to have had the following siblings : James born 1825/6, Mary 1827/8 and Anne 1831/2. All were listed as passengers on the Surge, but only Patrick embarked at Port Adelaide.||Roger|
|Donnellan||Catherine||Michael Donnellan, Ann Connell||1826, Kilkishen||Patrick Carberry||By ship to Canada c. 1854||Philadelphia, Penn. USA||8 Sep 1914 Philadelphia||6 Dec 1849 eviction from Clashduff.
10 Jan 1850 marriage.
|Donoghue||John||Patrick Donoghue or O’Donoghue & Ellen Hale||7 July 1802||Margaret Hogan||Emigrated to Australia arriving Sydney 14 May 1841 on Orestes with spouse and six children||Rylstone, NSW||3 November 1856||Brother of Malachi (O’Donoghue) who also emigrated to Australia (in 1846)||Morris|
|Guinane||Annie||John Guinane, Lucy Ahern||1899, Tulla||Albert Shaw||Emigrated to London around 1920||Annie first in Chelsea where she worked in Colonel Studd’s household before moving to Beeston, Nottingham where she brought up her family.||1969, Nottingham||The Guinane’s were registered as living in Killeen Townland, Kilkishen in the 1901 and 1911 censuses./td>||Stephen|
|Hickman||Michael||Unknown||about 1810||Margaret Shaughnessy||NA||Kilkishen area||1866 in Tulla||-||Claire|
|McInerney||Michael T.||Michael & Margaret (unconfirmed)||1868 in County Clare, Ireland||Annie Elizabeth Touhy||1886||Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA||17 Mar 1936 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA||Dorothy|
|Moloney||Daniel||Daniel (Donald) Moloney and Mary Hartigan||June 1853, Tulla, Clare||_||_||_||_||Michael|
|Moloney||James||Daniel (Donald) Moloney and Mary Hartigan||Feb 1846, Tulla, Clare||_||_||_||_||Michael|
|Moloney||John||Daniel(Donald) Moloney||May 1839 Tulla Clare||_||_||_||_||Michael|
|Moloney||Margaret||Daniel (Donald) Moloney and Mary Hartigan||07-12-1840 Tulla Clare||_||_||_||_||Michael|
|Moloney||Michael||Daniel (Donald) Moloney and Mary Hartigan||26-08-1841 Tulla, Clare||Hanora Norah Ann Kearney||emigrated to New Zealand 1875 on ship Waimate
New Residence: Waipukarau Hawkes Bay NZ
|28-08-1934 buried in Waipukarau Hawkes Bay NZ||Michael|
|O’Donoghue||Malachi||Patrick O’Donoghue and Ellen Hale||1800||Ann O’Neill||Malachi emigrated to Australia in 1846 after retiring from the British army.
He died in 1867 and was buried in Rylestone Cemetery NSW Australia. His wife died in 1880 and is buried beside him.
|Rylestone NSW Australia||1867||Malachi had a brother John who was born in 1797 and who also migrated to Australia, in 1841. Were there other members of this family who stayed behind in Ireland?||Malachi|
|O’Grady||Anna||Michael O’Grady/Anne Crowe||Sept.1882||Thomas Cleary||Anna O’Grady (my grandmother)came to Springfield Massachusetts in 1908||Springfield,