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Donohoe & McIver Families of Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Updated February 2, 2010

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This site shows the members of the Donohoe and McIver families of Newcastle, England.

The ancestors of my maternal grandparents, Thomas McIver and Margaret Anne Hughes who married in Newcastle in 1914, have been traced back to Patrick McIver a farmer in Tyrone, Ireland born in the late 1700s whose son, Thomas, moved to Dudley, England around 1835, and to Patrick Hughes born in Belfast, Ireland, around 1831, who moved to Dundee.

My father's ancestors have been traced back to Patrick Donohoe a coachman in Dublin, Ireland, born in 1810 and Honoria Anna Maria McAuliffe, born ca. 1822.

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