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McHale surname - Irish genealogy - Mayo - Famine 1847-52 - Emigration.

Home Page - Index.htm
Next Page - Index2.htm
Next Page - Index3.htm
Next Page - Index4.htm
Notables - Noted.htm
DNA - dna.htm
 

Unclassified Pages
WWII Memoir
Jogging a Memory
Taming Tallness
McHale Walk
Bowl
Nine-Eleven at 17 State

 

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SECTION THREE
Living Heritage of
Michael and Mary Ann McHale
(spouses in-law not counted)

(of Rosemary) 5 + 12 gc 17
(of JamesJr) 2 + 11gc +19 ggc) 32
(of Francis) 4 + 12gc + 12 ggc) 28
(of Inez) 1 + 3gc+2ggc   6
John+ 4 +11gc 16
Edith+ 5 + 11gc) 17
Therese 1
Living Heritage Total 117
Please send updates to john@mchale.com

 

 

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Notables

Archbishop John MacHale (1791-1881)
Pvt Patrick McHale (1826-1866)
James F. McHale Aust. Football (1881-1953)
Capt. Bartholomew J Gorman (1894-1978)
John J McHale, Sr.
John J McHale, J r.
Capt. Leo J McHale (1894-1942)
Kevin McHale
Paul McHale, Assistant Secretary of Defense
John Chew of Virginia (1587-1668)
Daniel Lamb (1791-1867
Capt.Richard J. McHale, NYC PD ( - 1935)

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Lamb Family Migration to New Jersey

Lambs' Migration
Emma C.V. Berry Lamb
123 Pine St., Society Hill, Philadelphia
Daniel Lamb
1791-1867 founded Almonesson NJ as"Lambtown"
John Hartmann
1802-1892 baker, introduced Trenton oyster crackers
Henry Lamb 1692
Daniel L. Lamb 1743
James Lamb 1767
John W. Lamb 1812
Daniel L. Lamb 1835
Charles S. Lamb 1866
Virginia Emma Lamb Mead 1897
Charles S. Lamb Jr 1903
Elsie Marie Lamb Engel 1900
Ada Mead Vanderslice 1918
"Tale of Two Cities"
Researcher Strikes Gold

Benjamin Lloyd Berry, 1818

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Chew Family Migration to New Jersey

Chews' Migration
John Chew of Virginia 1587
arrived in Jamestowne, Va. as early as 1618 (prior to the Mayflower's 1622 landing in MA)
Jamestowne was the first permanent English colony in the New World. First colony was the Spanish St. Augustine, FL. (Indians destroyed the earlier English colony, Roanoke, Va.)
Jesse Chew
historic house, Sewell, NJ
Robert Chewe 1525
John Chewe 1552
John Chew 1616
Richard Chew 1655
Nathaniel Chew 1678
Jeffery Chew 1714
Jesse Chew 1728
Elisha Chew 1776
Nathaniel Chew 1799
Rachel Eldridge Chew 1801
Battle of Germantown 1977
Pocahontas
CHEW Family Tree

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Berry Family of Philadelphia

Benjamin Lloyd Berry, 1818
Emma Cecelia Hartman Berry, 1837
Benjamin Lloyd Berry, Jr. 1865
Emma Cecelia Virginia Berry Lamb, 1868