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Name : colin patrick malone   12.11.02
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Email : maloneffcpm@aol.com
Surnames: malone

Comment :nice site. beginning my search for my family history.


Name : Roberta  Vanetti 12.18.02
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Email : robyvan@hotmail.com
Surnames: Vanetti

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Name : Patrick Bruce MacCarroll 12.19.02
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Email : pmaccarr@visteon.com
Surnames: MacCarroll

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Name : Peter Malone 12.20.02
URL :  
Email : pmalone@ii.ca
Surnames: Malone

Comment : Just starting to research my ancestore and came across your site


Name : Jonathan Smith 12.25.02
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Email : m4556mm@yahoo.com
Surnames: Malone

Comment : Looking for information on the Malones who settled in Haynesville, Maine - believe they may have come from New Brunswick or Nova Scotia - originally from Ireland. My Grandmother is a Malone - her father was Fred Malone I beleive.


Name : Oillbhear O' Mhaoileaoin 12.27.02
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Email : I_am_strider@yahoo.com
Surnames: Malone

Comment : Good site. The Malones of Wexford are originally from Athlone. A Large group moved to Wexford in the late 16th Century. Almost all Malones in Wexford a First or Second Cousins this is probably due to the faact that such a large portionof the family moved at the same time. The story goes, they moved through Killkenny and Carlow down from Meath and Dublin and settled in south wexford. There now seems to be a large population in wexford but as earlier stated, these malones are almost all related. From my own research, I have noticed a trail of Malones in Meath Dublin, kilkenny and carlow. These could have been members of the family that settled during the migration. On the subject of the O' Connor connection, there is a ancient legend in the Malone family history that we are related to the High Kings of Ireland. That we were a branch of the O'Connors that originally had Druidic connections and then changed to Christianity. That is where Clonmacnoise comes into the story.


Name : MENARD
12.27.02
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Email : MARK.MENARD@BELL.CA
Surnames: MENARD

Comment : WOW ON US


Name : Kerry Malone
12.30.02
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Name : Sherry Malone
1.10.03
URL :  
Email : malones@ohio.edu
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Comment : Just curious about the Malone name


Name : William Malone
1.10.03
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Email : omaoileoin2002@yahoo.com
Surnames: Malone

Comment : just wanted to recieve some info thank you


Name : Tamara Ashford
1.13.03
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Email : Tambo@Avolve.net
Surnames: Malone, Wiseman

Comment : Trying to locate the parents of Nancy Jane Ann Elizabeth MALONE b. 21 Mar 1856. Vinton Co., Ohio and d. 15 April 1940. She married Andrew WISEMAN 6 April 1877. Any information would be appreciated.


Name : Paul Malone
1.14.03
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Email :
Surnames: Malone

Comment : G'Day from NZ I am researching the Malones from Victoria, Australia.........is there any out there??


Name : Colleen Wragg
1.17.03
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Email : vbo601@aol.com
Surnames: Malone, Ard, Archer, Grimes, Murphy, Stephens

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Name : Valerie Malone
1.17.03
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Name : Martin Malone III
1.17.03
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Email : malonem3@aol.com
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Comment : I'm from Oklahoma, and am of mixed Irish and Cherokee descent. This is my first visit to the website.


 

 

 

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