Thomas Tierney b: 1820 Limerick, Ireland d: 16 May 1869 Baltimore, Maryland He came over to the US during the potato famine in Ireland in the 1848/1849 through Montreal, Canada. His wife was Margaret, children: Ellen, John, Patrick, Catherine, Thomas, William Henry Tierney.


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Obituary for Thomas Tierney: On the 10th instant, after a long and lingering illness. THOMAS TIERNEY. In the ____ year of his age, a native of the county Limerick, parish of Mungret, Ireland. Maye he rest in peace - Amen. His relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend his funeral this (Monday) afternoon, 17th instant, at three o'clock from his late residence. No. 13 Fulton Street. Source: Monday, May 17, 1869 Paper: Sun (Baltimore, MD) VOL: LVX ISSUE: 1 PAGE: 2 His Children were: Ellen Tierney b: 1842 d: 1919 John Tierney b: 1844 d: Dec 1908 Winana Beach, Maryland - Bonnie Brae Cemetery Patrick E Tierney b: 28 Nov 1848 Montreal, Canada on the ship in the harbor d: 1 Apr 1823 Baltimore, Maryland - New Cathedral Cemetery; buried 4 Apr 1923 Sec QQ Lot 751 Grave 3 m: 1869 Spouse: Catherine Moogan Catherine Tierney b: 2 May 1852 Baltimore, MD d: 8 Nov 1917 Baltimore, MD m: 6 Jun 1867 St. Peter Apostle Church, Baltimore, MD Spouse: Samuel Daniel "Harry" Sprole Thomas H Tierney b: 29 Dec 1856 Baltimore, MD d: 20 Dec 1922 Baltimore, MD - Loudon park cemetery Lot 100 3/4 Sec G m: 1882 Spouse: Catherine Zell William Henry Tierney b: 8 Jan 1860 Baltimore, MD d: 30 Jan 1947 Washington, DC m: 31 Dec 1889 Abbots Presbyterian Church Spouse: Catherine Louise Batchelor My brick wall is Thomas Tierney, their father. When the obit was found, that was wonderful, but now for more information about Ireland and his family. If any of this is familiar to you, whichever part that you would like to talk about, please contact me. Thank you.

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