This is what I have been able to find out so far. Irish genealogy is a bit tricky, I must say, so I am pleased at what I do have. Would love to hear from anyone who can fill in the blanks or perhaps correct some errors.
A historian and traveller.
19C, Canada, Family History, immigration, Ireland
Ireland, Mary Groarke, Patrick Corley, Swinford, Timothy Anthony Corley, Timothy Patrick Corley
June 17, 2015 at 22:39
Hello my name is Bill Corley on Chicago , my father was also william b 1929 from Hagfield, his father was Michael b abt 1878, his father was Thomas b abt 1855. Are the Corleys of Swinford related to the Corleys of Hagfield. Did some of the Corleys of Swinford emigrate to Philadelphia.
February 7, 2017 at 10:31
Just a follow up to my previous night note, my father William was born in Hatfield in 1929′, his father was Michael born in hagfield area in 1880s, his father was Thomas born about 1850s as shown on attached family tree. My granfather went back and forth to Philadelphia in the early 1900 , returning to Hagfield where he and his first wife Maggie Vesey died. My father was the only child of Michael and Catherine Grady Gallagher Corley. I would love to share all the info I have in the hopes this of learning more. Thanks Bill Corley Chicago
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