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WHO ARE THESE KILFROY/MCDERMOTTS ?

Melinda’s mother is elusive. We have the name JUDITH and several primary sources for JUDITH MCNALLY. Secondary sources tell us she was JUDITH KILFROY MCDERMOTT. Was one of these her maiden name? Was she married previously? KILFROY is as rare as a name as is  being acknowledged as a  a viable 19th century female poet in the 21st Century. More invisible and lost women. WHO WAS THIS WOMAN WHO BORE 2 CHILDREN IN CANADA PRE 1812 TO HER SOLDIER HUSBAND ; WHO RETURNED TO ENGLAND WHEN HE WAS COURT MARTIALLED AND CONVICTED AS A DESERTER AT THE CHAMBLY COURT MARTIAL IN CANADA : SAILED IN CONVOY ON THE BROXBORNEBURY WITH THE SHIP ON WHICH HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO NSW IN 1814 HAVING BORNE A 3RD CHILD ELIZA IN ENGLAND. WHO WAS THIS WOMAN ? HER HUSBAND PATRICK MCNALLY JOINED THE ARMY IN IRELAND AND WAS BORN IN ROSCOMMON. MCDERMOTT IS a common Roscommon Name as is Kilroy and other variants . Was Judith born there? Did she marry there? Was she married to another soldier? Was her family already in Canada or Newfoundland ? There is a lost story here and any threads would be welcome.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/KILROY/2002-05/1022052991

At Last – something with some resemblance to the names we are looking for . Its all in Roscommon. Later  than the times we want – and without the supposed F in KilFroy – DOES ANYONE REALLY KNOW WHO KILFROY IS ?

MELINDA KENDALL

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PATRICK MCNALLY IN NSW

AND TICKETS OF EXEMPTION FROM WORK TO RESIDE WITH JUDITH

Surname Firstname Vessel Year TicketNo Date SRref SRFiche Remarks Order
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 27/23 27/10/1827 4/4282 1002 wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury”  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 28/5 1/1/1828 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury”  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 29/5 1/1/1829 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 to reside with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 29/104 17/10/1829 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 to reside with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 30/39 2/1/1830 4/4283, 4/4061 1003, 1006 with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 31/31 3/1/1831 4/4284, 4/4062 1004, 1006 with his wife Judith, came free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814  
MCNALLY Patrick Surry 1814 32/30 2/1/1832 4/4285, 4/4062 1005, 1006 with his wife Judith, free per “Broxbornebury” in 1814; torn up on his receiving a ticket of leave (no.33/551)
TICKET OF LEAVE
MCNALLY Patrick 1/9/1814 Certificate of Emancipation 382 [4/4427] COD18 601
PARDON

Surname FirstName Alias Vessel Year Pardon No Pardon Type Date of Pardon Item Reel Remarks Page MCNALLY Patrick Surrey 1814 44/268 CP 1 Jul 1843 [4/4445] 781 109
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