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A short historical perspective of life in Ireland before and during the Great Hunger and Eviction, and elements of the difficulties in making the journey 'crossing the pond'.
Details of the Lamb and Monaghan families in Ireland, their moving to England, and then the decision to quit England. The move to West Virginia for mining and farming. Stories of some who stayed behind, and the children who survived in the new country.
The Caseys in Ireland and in America. Relationships with the Sheridan and Mannix families. Difficulties of the Civil War thrust upon the families. Descendants in New York and West Virginia.
Bridget Sheridan Casey's brothers and sisters - in West Virginia, in New York, and in Australia. Descendants among the Shanley, Reilly, Mullen, Masterson, and Bracken families. A complete explanation of the famous Sheridan/Blake Probate Case.
Four hundred years - 11 generations - of Hudnall history, from King Henry's England, through the "new world" in Colonial Virginia, to West Virginia for mining and farming, and up to the present day. Relationships with the Harrold, Hammock, Partin, Mann, Genesis, Fallin, Bates, and Gilliam families.
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