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Together In Exile by Peter D. Murphy
“Together in Exile” traces a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.
A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy. It is a highly praised genealogical work.
Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.
Each family is documented with notes. Families profiled: Boyle, Brown, Campbell, Carroll, Cassely, Colins, Creegan, Doyle, Elmore, Feran, Finigan, Flanagan, Hanlon, Hanratty, Hoey, Johnston, Kelly, Killen, Kirk, Lowe, Magee, Markey, May, McCrink, McGuiggan, McGuire, Mills, Murphy, Oakes, Quinn, O'Reilly, Rice, Rourke, Sharkey, Small, Thompson, Tole, Trainor and Woods.
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* * * * PHOTOS:
Parish Church of Cooley, St. James, Grange, built in 1762
Duke St., Saint John from Germain St., looking toward the Fish Market c 1870
Front of store of Peter Sharkey
Matthew McGuiggan’s Pledge (Total Abstinence from alcohol)
Mary McGivern McCarthy and daughter Nellie c 1913
Interior of St. John The Baptist Church in Lower Cove (Saint John) c 1920
W. James and Lucy (Devine) Boyle c 1910
Mary (Cassely) Cronk 1836-1912
Ann(Cassely) Fuller 1839-1913
P. Fred Fuller and wife Annie, the daughter of Peter Murphy of Cooley
Hester (Brodigan) Collins
Henry Stephen Collins c 1841-1887, a native of County Louth
Mary (Stockton) Clain holding one of Jennie and John Cregan’s children
Tombstone of John Hanlon who died 1850
Margaret (Elizabeth) (Devine) 1884-1956 granddaughter of James and Catherine (Creegan) Murphy of Ballynamoney Bradshaw and wife of John J. Hanlon
A page from “Black Ann” (Kelly) McGuiggan’s Bible
Bridget (Mills) Killen 1822-1901
Thomas “Bookie” Killen
Maggie (Kent) Fitzgerald 1880-1952
Emma (Kirk) Quinlan 1876 - 1952
John Lowe 1869 -1945
Thomas Lowe 1880-1956 & Ann (Kane) Lowe with two unidentified women
Edmund Lowe, Arthur and Mary (Hickey) Lowe and Margaret Hickey 1943
William J. Magee 1877-1942
James Magee 1840-1896
The Bernard McDermott House
James P Greig 1887-1955 and Bernard McDermott c 1840-1911
Mary Josephine (McGuiggan) McCafferty 1884-1939
Annie McGuiggan 1884-1975
Hitty McGuiggan’s Girls: Mary and Sadie sitting on doorstep
Leo McGuiggan 1888-1965
James A Mills
John E “Buckie” Mills 1874-1949
J Edmund “Eddie” Mills 1915-1977
Edna Mills (baby picture)
April and Sharon Mills 1953
Mary (Mills) McGill 1834-1912 - a native of Whitestown
Bridget “Lizzie” (Murphy) Daly 1846-1918 a native of Ballynamoney Bradshaw with her husband, James Daly
Arthur “Barney” Devine 1895-1963 & Joseph F McDermott 1887-1972
Frank Quinn, Kate (Devine) Quinn, Lizzie (Devine) Hanlon Evans and Harold Evans
Didi Quinn’s Children: Kay, Fran, Joan, Liz, Ned and Barry Legere
Bill and Harry Murphy, Sydney Street c 1924
Mamie (Murphy) Evans Wrath 1865-1870 with son Fred Evans
George A. McDermott 1877-1936
M. Jane “Jen” (McDermott) Miller 1879-1957
The McDermott Boys: Gregory, Edmund, George, Gordon, Joe and Donald
Eleanor, Lillian Muriel and Mona McDermott * William H Quinn 1844-1935
Thomas H Riley 1879-1960
Josephine, Teresa, John, Catherine, Joan, Jim, Margaret and Tom Riley
Katherine F. (Small) Bartley Shortis 1845-1931
Will Shortis 1878-1951 with grandchildren Alice & Douglas Earle
Patrick Tole c1819-1882, a native of Boherbui, Muchgrange
Ann Tole 1842-1933
Joseph A. Tole 1857-1940 and Ida Foster
Bridget “Babe” (Tole) Doherty 1858-1946
* * * Appendix “A” - A List of vessels out of Port of Newry, County Down carrying passengers to the Port of Saint John, New Brunswick (1819-1848) based on the shipping column of the New Brunswick Courier.
* * Appendix “B” - A list of (208) crew and passengers of the Brig Cupid 1834
*Published in 1990. Hard Cover and Soft Cover- Green pictorial cover showing Celtic cross and seascape on the front. 283 (6 x 9) pages plus a 40 page full name Index.
Very very scarce and hard to find book. Much Sought After!
From Ireland to Saint John
Where in Saint John is Lower Cove? Who were the "Coolies?" Why did such a large group of Carlingford natives settle together in the Port City? And who were they?
Curious? Then flip open "Together in Exile," by Saint John writer Peter Murphy. You'll find the answers to these questions, plus page after page of genealogical information tracing the County Louth emigrants and their descendants to Lower Cove, Saint John. The County Louth settlement had its beginnings in the early 1820s.
"Together In Exile" is a comprehensive text, and it's no wonder. Mr. Murphy spent 11 years researching here in Canada, as well as in Ireland and the U.S. before compiling the book in 1990.
Between the covers of "Together in Exile" you will find detailed information on the following families: Boyle, Brown, Campbell, Carroll, Cassely, Colins, Creegan, Doyle, Elmore, Feran, Finigan, Flanagan, Hanlon, Hanratty, Hoey, Johnston, Kelly, Killen, Kirk, Lowe, Magee, Markey, May, McCrink, McGuiggan, McGuire, Mills, Murphy, Oakes, Quinn, O'Reilly, Rice, Rourke, Sharkey, Small, Thompson, Tole, Trainor and Woods. Mr. Murphy has also included several photos.
In his genealogy of families, Mr. Murphy includes information from baptismal records and marriage records. You will also find out where these people lived, how they made a living and, finally, how they died. Every fact is documented with a reference.
Mr. Murphy has researched many families of Saint John. He has more information stored in the memory bank of his brain than most of us will enter into our computers. Lucky for us, Mr. Murphy has the trait of a true genealogist - he is continuously sharing his knowledge and expertise with others.