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Emma McVeigh was born in Ballee in 1903. She was the daughter of John McVeigh and Mary (maiden Murphy). She can be found on the 1911 Irish census in the home of Arthur McVeigh. I believe she was a great niece. Her Aunt Margaret (who married a Curran) is also listed, the address was 150 King Street and Margaret (...Read full memory)