Family Newsletter nr 24 .....February 1997

The Tennessee Duggan's annual reunion is usually the 2nd Saturday in June. For more particular information try these addresses/numbers:

Ruth Hoglan 3059 Jone Cove Rd. Sevierville TN, 37862 (423) 453-4815

Robert B. Duggan Sr. 3222 Menauquet Trail Michigan City, IN 46360 (219) 879-8867

Ruth has run most of the recent reunions. Robert Duggan (my Grandfather) is a good backup in the event that you can't reach Ruth. They can lead you to the people in the family who have actually made a study of the geneology of our branch of the family. ........Good luck in finding your information.

-- Michael Duggan (md5i@schenley.com)

Subj: duggan search
Date: 97-01-06
From: SBeaverX9@aol.com

Hi! I understand that you might be able to help me. I'm looking for information on my great-grandmother, Margaret Duggan. She was born abt. 1864 and emigrated from Ireland around 1867. Landing in Boston, she there married Andrew Patrick Bell and later moved to Cleveland before ending up in Buffalo, where she is died in childbirth and is buried.

We're not able to get past this generation on my maternal grandfather's side, although we're back to 1600's Germany/Switzerland on my grandmother's. Any help would be appreciated; please email me. Thanks

Date sent: Wed, 11 Dec 1996
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
From: Pamela J. Pickering Slinker<slinker@laurel.humboldt.edu>
Subject: Dugan Family Newsletter

Are the following in any issues? If not, please include in future issues.

Dugan, Louise Olga b. 14 Mar 1899 Smith Centre, Smith Co., KS m. 22 Jan 1921 Andrew Earl Dyatt d. 7 Oct 1984 Ft. Worth, Tarrant Co., TX

Dugan, Elmer Ellsworth b. 2 Oct 1864 Lairdsville or Hazelton, Lycoming Co., PA m. 23 May 1889 Lillis Adele Fleming d. 2 Dec 1915 Boulder , Boulder Co., CO

Dugan, Ashley b. 27 Jul 1828/29 Lairdsville, Lycoming Co., PA m. 3 Sep 1854 Margaret Mather Shively d. 14 Nov 1914 Banks Twp., Audenried, Carbon Co., PA

Dugan, John Clark b. 2 Jul 1791Llairdsville, Lycoming Co., PA m. 13 Nov 1817 Lydia Holmes d. 28 Apr 1851 Franklin Twp., Lycoming Co., PA

Dugan, Daniel b. 9 Mar 1750 NJ Revolutionary War Veteran m. 1) Ms. Kinney abt 1775 2) Mary (Dawes) Egbert Jun 1785/88 3) Catharine ( ) Spring 19 Aug 1813 d. 24 May 1836 Franklin Twp.,Lairdsville, Lycoming Co., PA

Pamela J. Pickering Slinker
1221 West Ave. Apt. A
Eureka, CA 95501-1234

Dr. J. Michael Slinker Director of University Relations Humboldt State University Arcata, CA 95521-8299 707: 826-5101

Subj: Dugan/Duggan Families
Date: 97-01-14
From: Paul<PTsans@aol.com>

Robert S. Duggan, Jr. suggested I contact you regarding my Dugan ancestors.

The earliest ancestor I have been able to trace back to was Thomas Dugan. Thomas was listed on the 1790 U.S. census in Chester Co., SC as Thomas Duggins. He was listed in the 1800 census in the same area as Thomas Dugan. By 1801, Thomas had purchased land on Clear Creek in Buncombe Co., NC and moved his family to NC. Since the area is so close to NC, my thought was he could have moved from NC to SC then returned to NC. In 1819, he moved to TN.

I believe all present day descendants use the Dugan surname. The big questions are: who were Thomas Dugan's parents, and where did they come from? Ultimately, I would think the family could be traced back to Ireland, but so far there are a few missing pieces. Are you familiar with this particular line? Does it tie in with any of your research?

Thanks in advance for any response, references, and/or information.

Paul

Hello Sir,

My name is Janet Dungan (not Duggan)

I am not sure if our names are related in anyway but I thought you might be interested in finding so or helping me find out. If so that could help be build my home page. Right now I have a collection of personal home pages of people who share my exact spelling. I get it spelled wrong alot, including Duggan, which I am sure you have been down that road. If you like please stop by and visit our page and let me know what you think. If you would like info on our lineage and historial backround you can purchase some books my uncle our geneologist has written. He and my aunt (his sister) have visited Ireland, England and Scotland many times for vacation but more for research. Hope I have been of help! Thank you

Janet Dungan <shaynahinc@nmaa.org>

http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/8466/dungan.html

Date sent: Sun, 26 Jan 1997
From: Marianne Dugan <mdugan@igc.apc.org>
Organization: Western Environmental Law Center
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Another Dugan

Hi Lyman --

My dad's a Dugan (so am I, even after marrying; so's my daughter). His name's Thomas Russell Dugan (he goes by Kieran, the name he took when he was a monk for a while). He's from Taunton, Mass., was born 6/27/25. His dad was Edward Dugan, born 1893 in Taunton; his mother was Gertrude (nee Russell), born same time and place. His sibs are Carol, Edward, Gerald (deceased), and John (deceased). His dad's folks were Dugan and Moran, both born in Ireland, I believe from Ballymacoda, County Cork. His mom's folks were Thomas Russell and Lillian Twiss, both from County Cork.

Thanks for the webpage. Haven't yet found more about my folks; it would help to have great-grandpa's first name!

Marianne Dugan
Eugene, Oregon (born in New York City 1959)

Date sent: Mon, 27 Jan 1997
From: Adina Duggan <aduggan@mail.sdsu.edu>
Organization: All Kids Count
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Re: Duggan Family

Hello!

Sorry its taken me so long to get back to you. Yes, I am an actual Duggan. I spent some time searching the "tree" and I found all of my Georgia relatives!! But I noticed my family section needed some updating.

My father is Archie Carlie Duggan #11685. He is listed as being married to my mother Emilie, but they divorced in 1967. Archie remarried Rosemary Rayburn (in 1970?) they have one son, Brian Duggan b. 9-26-77.

Ross Michael Duggan (my brother) is married to Carolyn Cashion m. 5-31-87. They have 2 children, Alexander Patrick Duggan b. 10-10-90 and Sierra Nichole Duggan b. 7-28-93. All in San Diego. Ross is a Marine Biologist.

I am the daughter of Archie and Emilie, Adina Beth Duggan b. 10-29-65. I am a Financial Analyst. I live in La Mesa, CA.

Hope that info. helps I will try to get the rest of the dates and forward them.

Adina Duggan

From: Nancy Dugan McKee <BROWNE123@aol.com>
Date sent: Thu, 30 Jan 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Luke Dugan

Lyman, I have come across you DUGGAN newsletter and have been reading past issues. In your issue #9 there is an article from NDugan (Bert) who talks of a Luke Dugan who immigrated to the USA to Pittsburgh, PA. My Dugans are from Pittsburgh and I wanted to contact him; however, his email address was not listed. Could you provide me with his email address? Thank you and please add me to your newsletter. I love it!

Nancy Dugan McKee 128 Chestnut Street Zelienople, PA 16063

Nancy! ......The cousins you are looking for are both on AOL. Their addresses are:

NDugan@aol.com and PDugan@aol.com

Hope that you make contact!!....................cousin Lyman

From: Paul Castillo<Irvine673@aol.com>
Date sent: Fri, 31 Jan 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Dugan/Duggan/Dougan

Hello:

I would like to know if anyone has any information about my ancestor, Christopher DUGGAN of Aylesford who married Phebe HINES of Wilmot in Aylesford, Annapolis County (now King County) Nova Scotia, Canada, 27 Sept 1796. Christopher DUGGAN was born in Ireland (probably abt 1774), and Phebe HINES was born in New York (probably abt 1774), and probably from a Loyalist family.

*Christopher DUGGAN and *Phebe (HINES) DUGGAN had the following children, born in Aylesford, Annapolis County (now King County), Nova Scotia, Canada:

1. Margaret DUGGAN, bpt. 17 Sept 1797, Aylesford
2. Phebe DUGGAN, bpt. 8 April 1798, Aylesford
3. Edward DUGGAN, bpt. 10 June 1799, Aylesford
*4. Daniel DUGGAN, bpt. 23 Dec 1801, Aylesford
5. Maria DUGGAN, bpt. 27 Oct 1803, Aylesford
6. Thomas DUGGAN, bpt. 31 July 1804, Aylesford
7. John DUGGAN, bpt 26 May 1806, Aylesford

Another DUGGAN family near the Christopher DUGGAN family, and probably related, is John DUGGAN (born abt 1780) of Aylesford, that marries Margery BASS (or BARSS) of Wilmot in Aylesford, Annapolis County (now King County), Nova Scotia, 19 Nov 1800.

John DUGGAN and Margery (BASS) DUGGAN had the following children, born in Aylesford, Annapolis County (now King County), Nova Scotia, Canada:

1. Mary DUGGAN, bpt. 13 Nov 1801, Aylesford
2. Lydia DUGGAN, bpt. 25 Jan 1804, Aylesford, married Thomas FARNSWORTH, 17 Dec 1833
3. Elizabeth DUGGAN, bpt. 11 Jan 1806, Aylesford, married Ezekiel FOSTER, 5 Sept 1822
4. Thomas DUGGAN, bpt. 7 March 1808, Aylesford
5. Margaret DUGGAN, bpt. 14 Dec 1810, Aylesford
6. Joseph DUGGAN, bpt. 6 July 1812, Aylesford, married Sarah BERTEAUX, 25 Dec 1838
7. Christopher DUGGAN, bpt. 22 Nov 1814, Aylesford
8. William DUGGAN, bpt. 15 Jan 1816, Aylesford
9. Fargel DUGGAN, bpt. 29 May 1818, Aylesford, dies 1819
10. Charles DUGGAN, bpt. 27 July 1821, Aylesford
11. Marten DUGGAN, bpt. 5 Oct 1823, Aylesford
12. Grace DUGGAN, bpt. 11 Apr 1827, Aylesford

In 1808, Christopher DUGGAN petitions to Nepean and asked for a tract of land on the southwest branch of the Sydney River. He wanted adjoining lots for John Calihach and Patrick Shee. It was complied with for 200 acres.

In 1809, Christopher DUGGAN, a native of Ireland arrives at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

2 Jan 1809, Christopher DOUGAN and Ann ___ had a child, Grace DOUGAN, born St. George parish, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

1 March 1810, Christopher DOUGAN and Ann ___ had a child, John DOUGAN, born St. George parish, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

In 1816, Christopher DUGGAN, 42 years old is married and has 10 children. He asks for a lot at Round Cove, Big Bras d'Or, Nova Scotia, Canada. He got 100 acres.

8 July 1817, Nova Scotia, the supreme court was asked to allow Christopher DUGGAN to prosecute on behalf of Margaret DUGGAN, his daughter (a minor), and it was granted. The jury found in favor of Christopher DUGGAN, damages of L50.

19 July 1831, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada, Daniel DUGGAN of little Baddeck marries Marianne (Mary Ann) ROSS (c. 12 March 1809, St. George parish, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada), also of little Baddeck with consent of guardian. William ROSS was a witness.

*Daniel DUGGAN and *Mary Ann (Elizabeth?) ROSS had the following children (note: the name was changed to DURGAN when they arrived in Cutler, Washington Co, Maine, and Oconto, Oconto Co, Wisconsin):

1. Christopher DUGGAN, b. 1833, Nova Scotia
2. William DUGGAN, b. 1835, Nova Scotia
3. Phebe A. DUGGAN, b. March 1838, Cutler, Washington CO, Maine
4. Edward DUGGAN, b. 1840, Cutler, Washington CO, Maine
5. Alexander DUGGAN, b. 1843, Cutler, Washington CO, Maine
6. Maria DUGGAN, b. 1844, Cutler, Washington CO, Maine
7. Margaret DUGGAN, b. 1845, Cutler, Washingon CO, Maine
*8. Mary Elizabeth DUGGAN, b. 14 May 1847, East Machias, Washington CO, Maine; married 18 Oct 1867, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, Wisconsin *David JONES (b. 1847, Ft. Winnebago (now Portage), Columbia CO, Wisconsin)

*Mary Elizabeth DUGGAN and *David JONES had at least the following children:

1. *Inez JONES, b. 28 Aug 1867, Oconto, Oconto CO, Wisconsin; married 10 Sept 1889, Portland, Multnomah CO, Oregon *Charles Peam BRYANT, and Inez died 18 Feb 1953 in Fresno, Fresno CO, California

* = direct ancestor

Thanks for any help, Paul Castillo

From: Patrickko@aol.com
Date sent: Sat, 1 Feb 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Duggan

I am interested in finding out more about your homepage (I'm new to this.) I have an ancestor, Henry Duggan Wood, who fought with Sir John Moore in the battles of the Peninsula (c.1815?) and was captured by the French and imprisoned. He apparently broke an apprenticeship agreement and enlisted in the British army under the name Henry Duggan. I'm assuming his mother may have been a Duggan.

Date sent: Fri, 21 Feb 1997
To: lyman@cyberspy.cyberspy.com
From: cdoyle@mail.snider.net (carline doyle)
Subject: Hugh DUGGAN, b Ireland, d bf 1794 Tn...

Hugh DUGGAN was born in Ulster, Ireland, married in England to Margaret Wilson, born in Scotland. Hugh died before 1794 in Sevier County,Tn. Hugh came to America with his wife and children about 1770. Only three of their children names are known:

Hugh Duggan Jr.,
Robert Duggan and
Daniel Duggan.

Daniel was born on the ship during the voyage. The ship landed on Good Friday, most likely in Mass., but the port of entry is not known. Hugh and Margaret (Wilson) Duggan's son Robert Duggan who married Margaret Dunn served in the Rev. War as a Sgt. in Virginia. He is shown on page 886 of Part One (1) of the D.A.R. Patriot Index.

Special thanks go to Mrs. Beulah Linn of Pigeon Forge, Tn. and her cousin, Mrs. Hazel V. Burton of Knoxville, Tenn. for years of researching the Duggan families of Tennessee and all of the love they gave me in researching my Duggan family.

Carline Harp Doyle, 17016 Lawson Rd.,Little Rock, Ark.72210-2033 grand-daughter of Lillian (Duggan) Gray, born Mo., died in Okla.

editors note: Carline has a very large genealogy file that contains a lot of Duggan informantion mostly from Oklahoma, Misouri and Tennessee. She was kind enough to share it with us. :You can find it off the Duggan Homepage as "Descendents of Hugh Duggan of Ulster,Ireland " or click on this link. It is over 800K long but once loaded you can use the "find" command to find "Duggan" and there are quite a few.

From: RNecie@aol.com
Date sent: Mon, 24 Feb 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: cdoyle

I am a cousin of Carline Doyle, my great grandmother married a Duggan. Just love your home page. My name is Rita Farrell, daughter of Gwendolyn Devereux Plyler I am married to Stephen J. Farrell, since September 23, 1994, one daughter, Stephanie Laura Farrell, born April 7, 1995. Let's talk again soon.

ed note: I found out that Rita is a neighbor of mine here in Tampa...we spoke on the phone and we are going to "do" coffee soon!

Date sent: Wed, 19 Feb 1997
From: Linda Duggan <lduggan@ucsd.edu>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Hello

I just learned of the Duggan Family Tree HomePage. This is fantasic!! I have quite of bit of information on my husband's family. His grandfather was John Duggan, living in Queens, New York. John had 11 sons and daugters and they all had lots of children. How do I go about dowloading my family tree to you? Looking forward to hearing from you.

Linda Duggan lduggan@ucsd.edu

Wife of Robert Duggan, daughter-in-law of Francis Duggan

Where is your branch of the family from? As I mentioned my husband's grandparents, John and Mary Duggan, came from Ireland around 1880. They settled in Queens New York, near Flushing. I think I have the names of their parents in Ireland. Bob and I are thinking of going to Ireland in the summer of 1998. I would love to trace the family back there and find current relatives and find documentation of the family before they emigrated.

From: Dan Holden<DHolden007@aol.com>
Date sent: Wed, 19 Feb 1997
To: Lyman@cyberspy.cyberspy.com
Subject: Re: DUGGAN

Here's all I have on the DUGGANs:

Daniel Holden & Mary Fitzpatrick were married in Ireland and came to Montreal, Quebec sometime between 1820-1840. They had 5 children born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Patrick, Anastasia, Phoebe, Margaret, & James.

Patrick, born 1844 in Quebec, married Elizabeth DUGGAN. Elizabeth died 8/30/1897 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, buried in St. Mary's Cemetary.
Patrick and Elizabeth had 3 children: Mary, William, and Bernard, b.3/21/1881; died 10/27/1948. He married Mary Lavina Wilkinson on 11/20/1905.
Phoebe married William DUGGAN. Phoebe was born 1853 and died 11/6/1925 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is likely that Elizabeth DUGGAN and William DUGGAN were brother and sister but I have been unable to verify that. However, it is common in Ireland, or Irish communities, for these type of marriages to occur as one didn't travel far from the parish etc....in those days.

In researching the HOLDEN name in Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, I located the ruins of the HOLDEN homestead, which is listed as being next to the DUGGAN homestead in the 1800s. It is possible that the families lived next to each other in Ireland and immigrated about the same time to link up in Montreal and eventually marry. That is all I know. I would be interesting in any info. anyone might have. Thanks!

Dan Holden, 6968 S.W. Glenwood Ct., Wilsonville, Oregon 97070.

From: David_Duggan@3mail.3com.com
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Date sent: Tue, 11 Feb 1997
Subject: Duggan Name

Interesting site! My name is David Lytelle Duggan. I'm trying to find information on Harris Dean Duggan. His son, Lytelle Harris Duggan is my father. I am originally from Alabama, and have several relatives there with the Duggan name.

Date sent: Mon, 10 Feb 1997
From: William (Billy) Francis Duggan <bdcj@csra.net>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Genealogy Home Page....Georgia

Hi

Just saw the home page looks good.. Here is some information for you ..

I am: William (Billy) Francis Duggan - born Mar. 12, 1954 in Sandersville, Ga. Washington Co. married Mar. 2, 1972 to Debra Denise Godfrey born Oct. 13, 1955 Norman, OK.

Children.

Christal Denise Duggan born July 25, 1979 - Bainbridge, Ga.

Jon William Duggan born July 25, 1979 - Bainbridge, GA.

Grandparents:

332. Joe Carlie Walker #12034 b. 14 Jan 1886, Washington Co., GA, Occ: Farmer, m. 14 Jan 1909, in Washington Co., GA, Mary Elizabeth Shurling #26701. Joe died 6 May 1962, bur: Union Cem. Children:

538. ii Mary Elizabeth Walker (Mother) #11684 b. 28 Mar 1912. Married to Father: 362. Archelaus Cone Duggan, Jr. #11682 b. 29 Jan 1913, Washington Co., GA, m. 25 Dec 1932, in Washington Co., GA, Mary Elizabeth Walker #11684, b. 28 Mar 1912, Washington Co., GA, (daughter of Joe Carlie Walker #12034 and Mary Elizabeth Shurling #26701).

Children:

592. i Archie Carlie Duggan #11685 b. 22 Oct 1933.

593. ii James Hugh Duggan #11686 b. 24 Feb 1936.

594. iii Buford L. Duggan #11687 b. 15 Feb 1938.

595. iv Lynwood Duggan #11688 b. 18 Jul 1941.

v Gerald Dean (Jerry) Duggan #11689 b. 13 May 1943, Washington Co., GA, m. 28 Nov 1963, in MD, Jeanne Strumsky #11854, b. 10 Aug 1941, MD.

vi Brenda Elizabeth Duggan #11690 b. 1 Sep 1948, Washington Co., GA.

vii William Francis (Billy) Duggan #11691 b. 12 Mar 1954, Washington Co., Ga.

Note these things: Archelaus Cone Duggan, Jr. die May 1, 1977 Gerald Dean (Jerry) Duggan and Jeanne Strumsky are divorced. gerald d duggan GDUGGAN-ATT@worldnet.att.net email address

I will try to get other information and send to you later ..

Thanks for doing such a good job.

If I can be of any help ... please let me know

Yours Billy Duggan

Date sent: Mon, 10 Feb 1997
From: Suzann Nielsen <sales@alasys.com>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Dougan homepage

Hi! I was browsing for Dougan homepages and came across yours...Our family name is "Dougan", we originated in Ireland and then to Scotland. Currently, we are working on Dougan geneology....noticed that most of your Dougan's are spelled Duggan. If you have any information or sites that you can share, we'd be most appreciative. Thanks.

Suzann Dougan Nielsen <snielsen@alasys.com>
Lynn Gierke <lgierke@up.net>

Date sent: Sun, 09 Feb 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
From: Mark Hughes <mhughes@iglobal.net>
Subject: Saxton

Would you happen to hve any info on Elizabeth Ann Saxton? I see her listed on your site. Any info at all would be appreciated.

Cheryl Saxton Hughes

From: Terry Duggan <duggan@ra.isisnet.com>
Date sent: Sat, 08 Feb 97
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Family History

Hello my name as you can tell from the E-mail address is Terry Duggan.I live in Nova Scotia Canada in a small Seaside area called Mcgrath Cove.I was just surfing the net when I decided to Look up my family name for the fun of it.I am hoping you will have some information for me on the Duggans in Canada and more so in Nova Scotia. If not may you can suggest were I could look ?

Date sent: Tue, 04 Feb 1997
From: "Juanima L. McFarland" <Macdol@worldnet.att.net>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Samuel Dugan from Tennessee

I am searching for the ancestors and descendants of Samuel Dugan, b. ca 1799, TN, married to my gggrandfather's sister, Sarah Pursley, b. ca 1813, TN. Their family was on the 1850 census as living in Polk Co., TN, and living next door to her sister, Nancy (Pursley) Matlock and mother Nancy Pursley.

Both Samuel and Sarah were born in TN, as was their children, as shown on this census. Their children listed on the 1850 census were:

Elizabeth J., b. ca 1835,
James W., b. ca 1840,
Samuel J., b. ca 1842 and
Sarah E. or F., b. ca 1845.

My gggrandfather was James Gion (sp) Pursley, born 13 Jun 1825, probably in E. TN. He died 21 May 1893 at Dougherty, in what is now Murray Co., OK. He moved to GA before the Civil War, but I understand the Samuel Dugan/Duggan family stayed in TN, possibly in Polk Co. . He married Hannah Longley in TN.

Thank you,

Juanima McFarland Macdol@worldnet.att.net
7410 East 84th Street Tulsa, OK 74133-6631

Juanima, check for Samual Dougan from Tennessee below! ....Lyman

Date sent: Tue, 25 Feb 1997
From: Nancy Lewis <nlewis@avana.net>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Dougan

Wonder how far away we are with OUR Dougan line:

James Dougan - has his pension request from State of Tennessee. dated March 04 1834. He was born Jan 06. 1754 and had a brother (Rev. Robert Dougan). Franklin county Tn shows tax list for James/John/Thomas/Sharp/Robert - believe Thomas was a son of James and married Elizabeth Headon.

John, another son, moved to Ft. Wayne Ind. James would be the son of Samuel Dougan - possibly from Randolph County NC. James was actually born in Lancaster County Pa. In the years 1806-1807 he lived in Logan Co. Tn. In 1834 the Rev. Robert Dougan (James' brother) was 69yrs old. James's daughter Mary (who married a Peter Noe (Nol or Nole) received 1/6th of James' pension.

Other children James had were Margaret m Dennis Dallas, Sharp who lived or moved to Alabama, Agnes m. ? Barbee, Thomas who died before 1832 and believe James Jr....who we are trying to trace ALONG with the WIFE of James Dougan...or WIVES.

Let me know if this is one of the infamous DOUGANS please. Nancy (Cook) Lewis Any ideas how this fits with the other Dougans (O'Dougans?) - since they were originally Irish I suspect the "O" was dropped somewhere along the line. James states in his pension request that he also lived in Logan Co. Ky -- Nancy J. Lewis nlewis@avana.net Atlanta, GA. http://members.wbs.net/homepages/k/u/d/kudzuarms.html

From: Nancy Cruickshank <cruickshank.3@osu.edu>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Charles Duggan

Hello, I'm looking for information on a Charles Duggan a past keeper of the South Bass Island Lighthouse on Lake Erie. He does have living decendents on the island but they are not able to help with photos or biographical information. Any help is appreciated. This is for a book on the lighthouse.

Thanks

From: Brian Michael Dugan <bmdugan@ACSU.Buffalo.EDU>
To: <lyman@duggan-family.org>
Date sent: Tue, 25 Feb 1997

My father Michael J. DUGAN is from Indianapolis, Indiana. His parents are Virginia M. (maiden Springman) and the deceased Richard J. DUGAN.

Richard was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His mother and father were Walter J. and Margaret H. DUGAN (maiden SMITH) both were born in Indianapolis Indiana.

Walter was one of eight, however I do not know any of his siblings' names but believe he had a sister Mary b 1903 died 1987. Walter's father's name was James DUGAN and his mother died in 1929.

Please Post!

Subj: Duggan family. Date: 96-06-30 16:34:07 EDT
From: SJDuggan@aol.com
To: lyman@duggan-family.org

Unfortunately not much on the Duggan side. My grandfather, Phillip Michael Duggan, was born in San Francisco on October 1, 1888, in Berkeley, California, in a house my great grandfather bought in 1876. My Dad and his five brothers and one sister were all raised in that same house.

My grandmother's side of the family have traced themselves back. My great great grandfather Patrick Considine was born in County Clare in about 1842. He married Anna Hogan and all six of their children were baptized in the parish of Rath, Killaloe. My other great great grandfather Matthew McGrath was born about 1835 in Ireland and married Mary Coughlan. Their eleven children were all born in Tullare. Their youngest, Maria, married Patrick Considine's son, also Patrick. I don't know if they married in Ireland or not. But their oldest daughter, my grandmother Mary Agnes Considine, was born in San Francisco in 1891.

My mother's maiden name is Kilty. Her father Harold Kilty was from an Irish family who settled in Minnesota in the late 1800's. He fought in World War I, and was later an Indian agent in California. My grandmother's family was a German family in Maryland, and they apparently were not thrilled at their daughter's marriage to an Irishman.

My Dad's family is pretty interesting. As the priest put in at my grandmother's funeral in 1981, she raised seven children--the oldest boy became a judge, the next an engineer, the third (my dad) a personnel officer for the state colleges, her only daughter became a nun, and the three youngest boys all became priests. All have stayed with their vows. The youngest is with the Archdiocese of SF and the others are retired. I have eleven relatives with degrees from UC Berkeley, although I am the only one to graduate from Notre Dame. I am also the only one to make the military a career, having retired as a Lt Col judge advocate in 1993. I returned to the Bay Area and practice law in California. I am beginning to try to trace my paternal side of the family.

I expect this is too much, but wasn't sure what you were looking for. Thanks for the interest.

Subj: duggan search
Date: 97-01-06 09:41:50 EST
From: SBeaverX9@aol.com
To: lyman@duggan-family.org

Hi! I understand that you might be able to help me. I'm looking for information on my great-grandmother, Margaret Duggan. She was born abt. 1864 and emigrated from Ireland around 1867. Landing in Boston, she there married Andrew Patrick Bell and later moved to Cleveland before ending up in Buffalo, where she is died in childbirth and is buried.

We're not able to get past this generation on my maternal grandfather's side, although we're back to 1600's

From: Linda Naranjo<LJORANGE@aol.com>
Date sent: Tue, 25 Feb 1997
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Dugan

Hi! I just discovered your website, and it's very interesting.

My maiden name is Dugan. I have Family Tree Maker software and have put down everything I know about my family and have hit a dead end. My great-grandfather, Robert Irvin Dugan, was botn in 1847 in St. John, New Brunswick. He had three sons:
Irvin Tostevin Dugan, my grandfather,
Maurice Kerrborn Dugan and
Duane Francis Dugan,

all born in St. Paul, MN. I believe Tostevin and Kerrborn must have been names from prior generations of either my grandfather or grandmothers' families. Irvin (my grandfather), married Suemerrille Willes and had five children
Richard Dugan
Harold Dugan (my father),
Ruth Dugan and
DuaneDugan.
Robert Yale Dugan, who died as an infant.

Linda Naranjo.
Seattle, WA.

Subj: Duggan family.
Date: 96-06-30 16:34:07 EDT
From: SJDuggan@aol.com


My grandfather, Phillip Michael Duggan, was born in San Francisco on October 1, 1888, in Berkeley, California, in a house my great grandfather bought in 1876. My Dad and his five brothers and one sister were all raised in that same house.

My grandmother's side of the family have traced themselves back. My great great grandfather Patrick Considine was born in County Clare in about 1842. He married Anna Hogan and all six of their children were baptized in the parish of Rath, Killaloe. My other great great grandfather Matthew McGrath was born about 1835 in Ireland and married Mary Coughlan. Their eleven children were all born in Tullare. Their youngest, Maria, married Patrick Considine's son, also Patrick. I don't know if they married in Ireland or not. But their oldest daughter, my grandmother Mary Agnes Considine, was born in San Francisco in 1891.

My mother's maiden name is Kilty. Her father Harold Kilty was from an Irish family who settled in Minnesota in the late 1800's. He fought in World War I, and was later an Indian agent in California. My grandmother's family was a German family in Maryland, and they apparently were not thrilled at their daughter's marriage to an Irishman.

My Dad's family is pretty interesting. As the priest put in at my grandmother's funeral in 1981, she raised seven children--the oldest boy became a judge, the next an engineer, the third (my dad) a personnel officer for the state colleges, her only daughter became a nun, and the three youngest boys all became priests. All have stayed with their vows. The youngest is with the Archdiocese of SF and the others are retired. I have eleven relatives with degrees from UC Berkeley, although I am the only one to graduate from Notre Dame. I am also the only one to make the military a career, having retired as a Lt Col judge advocate in 1993. I returned to the Bay Area and practice law in California. I am beginning to try to trace my paternal side of the family.

I expect this is too much, but wasn't sure what you were looking for. Thanks for the interest.

Date sent: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 20:05:24 -0800
From: james mccabe <james.mccabe@snet.net>
To: lyman@duggan-family.org
Subject: Dougan

My grandmother was a Dougan Mohill,Co. Leitrim, Ireland

Please document your Duggan Genealogy and send it to me for publishing and for the Archive. When you have new data, dates etc., let me know and it will be published and archived too. These Archives will be available for many years to come...hopefully forever. For this reason, it is a good idea to include your mailing address so that interested parties can contact you years into the future.....cousin Lyman Duggan ..lyman@duggan-family.org

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