Year 9: Guest Log from Jan - Dec 2007
Hi Chuck. Quick note to let you know that the last uncle/aunt on the Duffin side of my family died in October this year. Hugh Bernard. Keep in touch. Paul
Welcome All Lynskeys... Happy 2007! Webmaster
I am really lookig for LYNCH(E)Y which I understand is a form of LYNSKEY. My GGG grandmother Sarah LYNCHEY and a son Thomas were sentenced on the Isle of Man in 1833 and transported, separately, to Australia in 1835. She was a widow born in County Down, she brought 2 daughters and a son with her leaving 1 son behind as he was too old (over 8)for the then regulations. Her husband may have been James or Michael and it appears that all but there last daughter were born in Ireland. Her maiden name appears to have been MULLEN or MULLINS or similar. I wish I could find more on this family Peter Strauss Melbourne Australia
I was wondering if anyone can help as I have hit a stumbling block. Thomas Lynskey was born c1847 in Mayo county he married Mary Durkin of Killasser, nr Swinford, Mayo in 1867 in Bowling, Bradford, Yorkshire. They had numerous children Mary, Bridget, Martin, Henry, Annie, Elizabeth and Catherine. Thomas' father was Henry Lynskey whose profession on the marriage certificate was 'farmer'. I can't find any trace of Henry or any of Thomas' siblings who may have moved elsewhere. Does this ring a bell to anyone? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone has any information. Thank you for any help Caroline
Hello - Some time ago I posted a search for my mother who is or was Ellen or Helen Rita Lynskey. She will be about 73 now. My e mail address has changed to the following ....... Repheljnr@supanet.com My old name e mail address was email@example.com Phelps was my father's name and is on my birth certificate along with my mother's details. I have never seen a picture or had any contact with anyone that knew her apart from my father who is now dead. It tokk me ten years to find him so I don't give up too easily ! I'd very much like to contact my mother or anyone that knew her and would appreciate any assistance available. Thanks, Bob
I am working with a friend on her Co. Mayo Lynskeys. I thought this winter at this site I found an Anthony Lynski listed who in Co. Mayo married a Catherine no last name given. The list was last updated on November 11, 2002. "Most ( of the names on the list) are from mid-late 1800's - some early 1900's." We are looking for an Anthony Lynskey who married a Catherine Doyle. They were married by 1876. They lived in Crossmolina, Co Mayo. Per a letter from Patrick Moylett "Tony Lynskey was a carrier in pre-railway days. With his grey horse, he went in early years from Crossmolina to Dublin 165 miles, three days each way, according as the railways were extended from Dublin Westwards, he limited his journey to suit until 1865, the railway was extended to Ballina (8 miles from Crossmolina), he then had to confine himself to local work. In 1892, his grey horse died". Tony Lynskey was still living in early 1894. Tony had either a sister or more probably a daughter Mary Lynskey who married a Hastings. Tony and Catherine definitely had a daughter Bridget Mary Lynskey who left Mayo to stay with relatives in Scranton Pennsylvania USA in about 1893. We think she was born on June 2, 1876 in Co. Mayo probably Crossmolina. In the US Bridget Mary Lynskey married Thomas Moylett whom she knew from Crossmolina. They lived in Brooklyn NY and had a large family. She died of the flu on April 13, 1920 in Brooklyn. Her husband Thomas Moylett died in Manhattan on July 14th 1936. Thomas Moylett had worked in public transit possibly as a streetcar conductor. Bridget Mary Lynskey Moylett had a cousin Ellen O'Boyle (a picture still exists). Bridget had other O' Boyle cousins in NY and probably Doyle cousins in or near NY. I am at maryquirkt1 at yahoo dot com (in caps for clarity MARYQUIRKT1)
Hi, I return. I contacted you in 2001 on the Lynskeys and we determined then we probably arean't related. However, my great-grandparents were Anthony Lynskey and Catherine Doyle. You do not list Catherine's last name in your listing, and you have Anthony's name misspelled. There were from County Mayo. I finally got a rootsweb software package and am inputing data. I will get back to you. I couldn't bring up your guest book from your spreadsheet so I am doing it this way. Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org. I used to be with aol.
Hello Lynskeys, I am Richard Page, its great to see so many local (Warrington) Lynskeys here, My Grandmother (Beatrice Lynskey she married and became a Wakefield) of St Helens (but moved to Warrington) brought me to this site, which has put me in touch with a second cousin, through an earlier post, please anyone one with connections to this area get in touch as I would love to get further back on the Lynskey trail to ireland where it apears my great grandfather Martin Lynskey originated married to a Anne(annie possibly ne Jordan) this info provided by Sue(s) the second cousin mentioned earlier.
and for those of you who are not psychic, here is my email address: email@example.com which is a great site but unrelated to genaology, the lynskeys..but spanks of the past.
Hey Uncle Chuck, its Mike over in New York. Just thought I'd say hi!
hello,we are trish and duncan who have bought an old pre-famine cottage in lissanumera,swinford,co mayo,lived in late 1800s?til 1960s? by a lynskey family,notably martin and daughters:teresa,mary ellen and nuala.we are from england.we are beginning to clean outthe cottage,the old thatch roof has fallen in,no one has entered the cottage in decades. we are finding birth certificates,letters,photos and personal belongings.any relatives??email your address,i can photocopy and post.also if any1 wants to visit cottage,no probs:firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Chuck, This is Beverly Linsky from Fort Wayne, IN. Just wanted to say Thank You for maintaining this site. I just was contacted by the sister of someone I had posted a note for 2 years ago. Thank You !! Linsky1email@example.com
Hey Chuck, just thought i would say hi... i am in the computer lab doing "work"... "HI" HMMM (From Chuck), must be Mike Jr, does this mean anything to you > (holland-patent-pat.moric.org [188.8.131.52]) - if not - ask your teacher about (ping -a 184.108.40.206)
Hi! My great great grandmother was Mary (nee Morrisroe) Durkan b. November 2, 1865 in Swinford, County Mayo. She married William Durkan of the Swinford area. Her parents were Michael Morrisroe and Catherine Lynskey. I am trying to confirm Catherine Lynskey's parents names. Does anyone know if her parents were John Lynskey b. 1791 and Catherine McNicholas b. 1801 of Meelick and Kilconduff? Any information is much appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org Cheers! Siobhan Cafferty Chicago, IL USA
Hello Lynskeys! My name is Crystal Lynskey from Los Angeles, CA, although, I am in the US Coast Guard and currently stationed in North Carolina. My father is Glen Lynskey from Wichita Falls, TX. His mother is Janette Lynskey, also from Wichita Falls, TX. I am 22 years old and very new to the geneology of the Lynskey name, but very interested!! Please contact me with/for any information!! Crystal.S.Lynskey@uscg.mil
We have search for Lynskey's from New York. My grandmother was Bessie Lynskey, father unknown, born in New York, Lived in York County Virginia.2007-11-18 Chuck Lynskey comments: Found a Bessie Lynskey age 40 who immigrated (not born) to New York, arriving on Oct 30, 1908 at age 40. Ellis Island records show she arrived with an 11 year old, Joseph Lynskey. They were from Cedric Queenstown, Cork, Munster, Ireland. Drop me a note with your email address and I'll research further. Thx
Hello all Lynskeys!!!!
Hi to all the Lynskey's, Im Nick Lynskey, son of Stephen Lynskey and Susan Roche, grandson of Thomas and great grandson of Michael Lynskey and Mary Barlow. I am 24 and live in Wigan with my fiance Rachael Wignall. My grandad Thomas married Joan Arkwright and had one son, my dad Stephen, unfortunately they separated and Thomas died in 67/68. I also have a sister Stacey Rimmer who is 27 and married. I dont really know much of my family history so if any one wants to drop a line feel free to do so @ email@example.com. Hope your all well.
Hello!! My fellow Lynskeys! As you've probley guessed, we too are lynskeys! we come from Belmullet, Co Mayo, Ireland! (well, the back of beyond, somewhere in the wild west of Ireland to you lot!) It's nice to know thre's so many of us roaming the earth! well goodbye, good luck and keep spreading the good name you guys!! Sarah and Padraig Lynskey!! firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey fellow Lynskeys im in science class and really bored...just thought i'd say hi! HI!
Greetings from Australia. My name is Brian O'Brien (genology can take me back to Brian Boru, the last great king of all Ireland). My wife and I migrated to Australia from New Zealand in 1997. My mother was a Lynskey (grand daughter of William 1846-1923 who came out to NZ with Sarah Moran on the "Bluejacket" in 1866) and I have some details of the branch from Michael 1874-1948, many of the details are not shown in your family tree so will attempt to fill in some gaps. I have other records which I can send later. Keep up the great work.
Greetings again - I have kept my e-mail address separate. If you send yours I will e-mail a chart of Lynskey for your records. email@example.com Brian O'Brien