Luke Manning was born in April, 1840 in Sixmilebridge. County Clare. He emigrated in 1849, leaving from Liverpool on the ship Washington. He lived at 1 Broadway. In 1856 (when he opened a bank account), it listed his father, Patrick, as living in...
Matthew Cunningham went to America from Kilmihil in 1853 after his parents Mathias and Bridget (nee Egan) perished in the famine. His grandaughter was Elizabeth. How incredible to think that 155 years after Matthew left, his great, great grandaughter (grandchild to Elizabeth) Geraldine Elizabeth Ann Murphy, served as President of the County Clare P.B. & S Association of New York in 2008 and 2009.
Geraldine pictured above before she led out the Claremen for the St. Patrick's Day Parade has served generously in a variety of capacities and is now a member of the Board of Directors
John left Kilmihil and eventually lived on West 101st., New York. He married Catherine Carey (Kilmacduane) and their children were Sister Joseph Marie, Monsignor John J, Considine, Catherine, Madeline, First Sergeant William J Considine, George F, Margaret Higgins and Veronica Carey. His brothers were Thomas and Michael and sister was Delia Vaughan.
Monsignor John was pastor of St. Barnabas Church in the Bronx and died there in July 2000.