I am trying to locate Bill Murphy, DOB approx. 1941/42 who was from Massachuetts and served in the US Army at Ft. Benning, Ga. in 1962. He was discharged in 1962 from Ft. Benning, Ga. and returned to his home state of MA.
Anyone knowing of this person I would really appreciate a response to my email address.
Our MURPHY ancestors came to Australia from the townland of Bog West near Mayglass in County Wexford, Ireland. Dennis MURPHY, son of Phillip MURPHY and Mary LAMPORT, emigrated from Ireland with his spouse, Jane Elizabeth MURPHY (nee WHEELOCK), and children on the clipper ship 'Shalimar' arriving in Victoria, Australia, on 9 February 1855. Dennis was about 43 years of age when he arrived. Dennis MURPHY had been a farmer in Ireland and he became a cab proprietor in Melbourne, Victoria.
Dennis and Jane MURPHY are buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery, Victoria. Their children were William James (13 years), Mary (10 years), Philip Charles (7 years), James (4 years) and Jane Elizabeth (infant). Only William James MURPHY and his brother James MURPHY had children in Australia. Philip Charles MURPHY died in Greymouth, New Zealand.
Daryl MURPHY is a great grandson of William James MURPHY (c1841-1909), grandson of George Davidson MURPHY (1880-1933) and son of George 'Lionel' MURPHY (1914-1976).
The last MURPHY to have lived at house 2 in Bog West, County Wexford, was Mary MURPHY who, at the time of the 1911 Census of Ireland (according to the National Archives of Ireland), was aged 69 years. In 1911, Mary - who never married - lived with her brother-in-law, James KING, a widower aged 55 years, and his son, James KING aged 20 years. James KING had married Bridget MURPHY (daughter of John MURPHY, farmer) on1 Feb 1883. Bridget KING (nee MURPHY) died some time between 1890 and 1901.
The Welcome photograph above (which was taken 12 May 2008) depicts the ruins which are all that remain of the site where - in the townland of Bog West, County Wexford - our MURPHY ancestors had resided.
Important surnames in Daryl's family tree (in alphabetical order) are ADAMS, DONOHUE, DOYLE, GLADMAN, HARRISON, KING, LAMPORT or LAMBERT, MARONEY, MURPHY, POWELL and WHEELOCK.
I have submitted my DNA to GeneTree for testing and analysis to help in my MURPHY family research.
I'm seeking assistance from anyone connected with my family.
i am looking for my grandfathers family his name is robert joesph murphy he was born oct,16,1922 i know his fathers name is ray murphy from cincinnati,ohio and his mothers name is marguite schultz please let me know i would really like to find family
Looking for any info on Murphy's in this area.
My grandfather was Dan Murphy born 1903 his father was Michael Murphy married to Mary O Connell. His grandfather was Michael Murphy of Knocknagree and his great grandfather was also Michael Murphy. These murphy's once owned the fair field in Knockngree and there nickname was Mor(Irish for Big). Feel free to e-mail me if any info ar think you are related
My wife's g-grandfather was Cornelius T Murphy b. 1850 Bantry, Cork, Ireland per his daughter's research on a visit to Ireland in the 1970's. He immigrated to the USA in 1866, and married Mary UNKNOWN in Philadelphia in 1884.
I have no idea how close Rathmore is to Bantry, but if anyone knows of this family, please let me know.
hi my nanna was a murphy from county cork i think ,she was called mary murphy she married a percy wright they had aleast one child called alfred rumour was she had something wrong with her eyes.her father was called john murphy.can you cast any light on it i have hit a brick wall.