Last name: Lonergan
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Hi I'm a Lonergan and I live in County Kerry Ireland. My family comes from South Tipperary in the Clogheen/Clonmel area My father was John Lonergan born April 18th 1926 His Father was Jeremiah Lonergan and his mother was Norah Lonergan nee O brien
Hi I'm a Lonergan from waterford. Robert Lonergan was my grandad . He had sons Robert , John , Michael . Patrick , Joseph, plus daughters. Anne, Breda, Mary, margeret, Eileen,
mary lonergan mc hutcheon
i,m a lonergan from ireland grand dad from tipperary would like to fill family tree please
I live in rockaway beach new York....my father is mick lonergan from knocknaboha house which is situated in betweenthe 4 towns of cashel,Cahir clonmel and fethard...lonergans are everywhere in this area we are part of the dalcassian tribe of Ireland and munster..we are related to Brian Boru the greatest high king of Ireland..thus dalcassian means the O'Brien clan(son of Brian)..lonergan comes from ancient irish term for ships crew or boatmen...we were warriors and poets and musicians and scholars that had very high status in society..we are originally from kennedy land up on east side of lough derg in north tipp..we fought norse/Vikings side by side with brian boru...also we achieved great heights with in the catholic church having 4 I think archbishops/kngs of Ireland...my email is email@example.com I am 53
I am looking for some family history or understanding of the last name of Lonergan which in 1930 in upstate Ny was change to Lonergon, my father was Robert Lonergon of Syracuse,Ny and Teri Gordon of Bridgeport,Ny, Herald Lonergon was professor and founder of many groups at Syracuse University. But I do not know more then that and would like to know more for my three daughters sake, to give them a little history.
Hello to all my cousins here in the U.S and those still in the old country. I'm a Lonergan through my father's mother, Florence Lonergan of Buffalo, New York. If there are other family members from that area I would like to hear from you. If there are Lonergans in Ireland who recognize my grandmother's name and city I would love to hear from you as well. The current generation doesn't know too much about our grandmother because she and my grandfather were divorced before WWII which was practially unheard of at the time. As a result she is sort of the dark secret in our family.
I am Joe Lonergan whose ancestors arrived in Quebec City in 1842. They came from Clonmel, Tipperary. I've written a book on our genealogy called Shamrocks in the Maples. You can find it on Amazon.com or Amazon.uk
David J. WHALEN
My grandmother was Hannah Lonergan of Kill, Waterford. Her father was David Joseph Lonergan.