O'Murphy (No.11) family genealogy

O' Murphy Reamhar, of Muscry—continued

3. JOHN: second son of Conn, who is No. 2 on the "O'Murphy" (No. 10) pedigree; m. and had:—

4. Denis, of Rerour: his son; had many children who settled in various parts of the county Cork.

5. Timothy: his eldest son; settled at Thoames, near Macroom; mar. Joanna Murphy (Stuac), and had:

I. Denis, who d. s. p.

II. John, of whom presently.

III. Timothy, who m. Margaret Kenealy, and had: 1. Timothy, who emigrated; 2. Rev. Edward, C.C., Kinsale, dead; 3. Joanna, who m. Richard Bourke, of Coachford; 4. and 5. Mary and Ellen, who both emigrated to Australia; 6. Jane, who m. Michael Murphy, of Annahalla; 7. and 8. Hannah, and Lizzie reside in the Victoria Hotel, Macroom.

6. John: second son of Timothy; m, Margaret Hallihin, and had:

I. Denis, who married Catherine Kenealy of Mishanaglas, and d. s.p.

II. Joanna, who m. John Foley, of Maulnadrough, Murragh, and has had: 1. Patrick: 2. John J., of Macroom, a solicitor; 3. Margaret, died; 4. Julia, 5. Mary-Anne, 6. Ellen, 7. Hanora.

III. Timothy, of whom presently.

IV. Jeremiah, who m. Mary O'Downey, of East Thoames, and d. s. p.

V. Margaret, who m. William Murphy (Bán) of Currabeh, Kilmurry, and has issue: 1. William, 2. Hanora, 3. John, and 4. Margaret.

VI. Ellen, who married Jeremiah Murphy of Finnis (Brinny), and has issue: 1. Timothy, 2. Margaret, 3. Ellen, 4. Hanora, 5. Mary, 6. John.

VII. Mary, who married Patrick Buckley of Capeen, and has issue.

7. Timothy: son of John; m. Hannah (d. 9th Jan., 1880), dau. of Patrick Murphy (Buidhe) of Dunbolog, by his wife, who was a Miss Carney, and has issue:

I. John-Patrick, of whom presently.

II. Margaret-Genevive.

III. Maryanne-Symphorosa.

IV. Patrick-John, b. 12th Nov., 1871.

V. Elena-Dymphna.

VI. Hannah-Theresa.

This Timothy removed from Thoames to Curravordy, in 1863.

8. John-Patrick Murphy (Reamhar): eldest son of Timothy: born 8th May, 1864; of the St. Finbar's seminary, Cork, and residing at 3 Great George's-street, in that City, in 1887.