Sullivan, Salem, Mass., USA) re Frank Mc GILLICUDDY, who left Ireland in the 1860s for Australia. The writer’s mother was Ellen, sister of Frank; other sisters were Catherine and Johanna who were living in the USA.
She was from Yorkshire and living in Ballarat in 1861.
Mc DADE, James, 44 years, ship’s foreman, born Port Glasgow. TAIT, Seaman’s Missionary, Dundee Scotland, on behalf of wife. His parents were Alexander and Euphemia nee Mc KINNON. Mc DONALD, Angus, of Invercargill New Zealand, wrote in 1899 re Lucy BARTLETT. Lucy was formerly in the Industrial School and was hired out to Angus. Mc DONALD, Flora, Portland, Maine, USA, wrote in 1912 re her brother Donald, born Prince Edward Island, son of John and Christina, believed in Melbourne and a wealthy wool merchant. Mc DONALD, Miss Flora, of Paisley Scotland, wrote in 1914 re her brother Owen, a bank employee, who has not written for some time. The last two came to Canada from Dublin when children and Peter went with aunt Mary to Australia c50 years ago. Mary of Oakland, California wrote in 1914 re James Bain Mc LAUGHLAN, her brother. Mc DONALD, Norman, wrote from Auckland New Zealand in 1919 re his brother John who died in Victoria in 1918; sister Kate POWELL in Victoria. Mac DONNELL, Carlotta, wrote from England in 1918, on letterhead of New South Wales Agent General, London, re her husband John Bertram Morton KNUTSEN, engineer.
Mac DONALD, Alexander, sought by father Alexander, Stornaway, Scotland in 1910; not heard from for 12 years. Mc DONALD, Francis, Hamilton, Canada, wrote in 1911 re Mrs Mary GILLESPIE, sister of Donald Mc Donald, who had 3 sons, Peter, Alexander and Frank.
Her mother will have to go into the workhouse if maintenance is not sent.
Police interview several Mc Gillicuddy families, one whom reports that there is a Mc Gillicuddy club in Boston, and suggests he try there.
John Mc COPPIN writes asking for details, he was his wife’s brother.