Tralee Memories

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For family history purposes we're trying to find any Neligan's or Sullivan's from Ballymullen and Tralee. My daughters ancestor is Honora Neligan born 1854, daughter of Maurice Neligan and Margaret Sullivan. She married an English soldier named Joseph Durden at Ballymullen barracks then moved to Northampton, UK.

For family history purposes we're trying to find any Neligan's or Sullivan's from Ballymullen and Tralee. My daughters ancestor is Honora Neligan born 1854, daughter of Maurice Neligan and Margaret Sullivan. She married an English soldier named Joseph Durden at Ballymullen barracks then moved to Northampton, UK.