I'm looking for relatives of and information about Patrick Joseph Queally. He was born in County Clare, Ireland. Not positive on the parish, possibly Inagh. Born about 1917, died in 1970. His parents are believed to be Patrick Joseph Queally and Mary Ann (unknown maiden name.) Been told he had family members by the name of Mora and Theresa. My mom and I are helping my ex-boyfriend's mom who never knew her father because he died just before she was born. Her mother never spoke of her father. The information I have is from one of her older sisters. Her father, Patrick Joseph Queally moved to the Tring, Hertfordshire area in England at some point in his life, not sure of the year. My ex-boyfriend's mom is now living here in the states. She said that there was a place, which she believes to be the house name, it's called Feighnamungy. My mom and I have worked in genealogy together before, but mostly here in America and over in Poland, and it seems that Ireland seems to be more difficult, and especially with the small amount of information that we have. Unfortunately this is all the information I have on him. Any further information would be greatly appreciated.
I was born in January 1945 at the Simpson Memorial Hospital in Edinburgh. My Mother was Violet Christina Connors, a leading aircrafts woman at Dalcross in Ayrshire during WW2, who gave me the name Bruce Connors. I was then adopted a couple of months later and my name was changed to Victor Alexander Wilson.
My Mother had a Sister named Jean Connors, and her parents were Francis Connors and Mary Cormack. I believe my parents were both in other relationships at the time. My Mother later had a family and I am in touch with a half Brother. However, no one left alive knows who my Father was.
I have assumed that my Father must have also been posted at Dalcross at this time and my half Brother has visited Kew and obtained a list of names who were posted at Dalross during the war. However, I currently have no way of narrowing the list down.
If anyone has any further information or suggestions, I would be very grateful to hear from you.