Cousins Family from Wexford IrelandUpdated September 6, 2000
33 Whittle Dr
Ormskirk England, lancashire L39 1pu
| I am looking for information on the COUSINS family from Wexford.
Richard Cousins/Mary Culbin (unsure of spelling Culbin may not be correct)
may possibly be the parents of Patrick C.1815 but no real proof.
Patrick Cousins (circa 1815) and Elizabeth Keeffe are my Gt. Gt
grandparents. They had at least four children Richard, Thomas1842,
James1855, Richard 1845, and Patrick (I864 CloughBawn) they have other
children but I have no details.
My Gt. grand father Thomas Cousins (shoemaker, son of Patrick /Elizabeth
born about 1840) possibly Kilbreaney, married Alice Quinn of Bryanstown
(Clongeen) on March 17th 1863. I have found eight of the children of Thomas
and Alice, They where said to have had at least three sets of twins. The
children found are Richard (my GF) and James Cousins (Twins) born December
3rd 1863 at Bryanstown and Mary Cousins born December 21st 1866 at
Bryanstown. John and Anne Cousins born 16 February 1869 at Newbawn Wexford
(twins) Bridget 1871 and Michael and Patrick 1873 (twins) Newbawn.
Richard Cousins (son of Patrick and Elizabeth). Born about 1844 married
Johanna Redmond and they had the following children. Richard 18 Oct, 1865,
Maria 13 May 1865, James 6 Feb 1872, Patrick 1875, Lawrence 1882, Nicholas
21 Jan 81, John 19 June 1884. I have no information on the above children
except my GF Thomas and gt Uncle Patrick. No information.
As far as I am aware the Cousins family have lived in or near these areas
since 1750, Kilbraney, Newbawn. Knockstown, Wexford town, Clongeen
Adamstown, Ballyharron, Tikillin, Carrigbyrne, Ballykelly, Sutton,
Ballyveroge, Clonroche, and Killegney.
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