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The Cahills of Cincinnati and Related Families, Including the Doanes of Osborne County, Kansas, and the Davises of Lee County, Iowa

By: Richardson Dougall

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 1990

Seller ID: D3611

ISBN: 0788436112

Condition: 322 pages, 8.5x11, 1990, 8.5x11, paper, index, 322 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


The first three parts of this book attempt to trace the descendants of three separate and apparently unrelated Cahill families which are nevertheless linked through marriages into the Mullane family of Cincinnati. Part I - by far the largest part - deals with the descendants of the centenarian James Cahill, who came to the New World in 1820 and in the 1830’s settled as a farmer in Delhi Township of Hamilton County, Ohio, just outside Cincinnati (many of his descendants lived in the city itself). One of this James Cahill’s granddaughters, Amelia Cahill (Mrs. Eleazar Bales Doane)... View more info

The Maitlands of Kirkton of Oyne (Aberdeenshire) and some of Their Descendants

By: Richardson Dougall

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 1999

Seller ID: D3638

ISBN: 0788436384

Condition: 440 pages, 8.5x11, 1999, 8?x11, paper, indices, xvi+424 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


440 pages, 8.5x11, 1999, 8?x11, paper, indices, xvi+424 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc View more info

The Reverend Joseph Mason of Detroit (1778-1871) and His Descendants

By: Richardson Dougall

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc: 1989

Seller ID: D3615

ISBN: 0788436155

Condition: 284 pages, 8.5x11, 1989, 8.5x11, paper, index, 284 pp, Softcover, Heritage Books, Inc


Joseph, after his marriage, lived on a 74-acre property at “Killashulan”, near Freshford, County Kilkenny, and later acquired additional land in that neighborhood. Subsequently he lived at “Sandymount House”, near Clane, County Kildare. When the “potato famine” struck Ireland in the 1840’s, the Masons were gentlemen farmers - neither great landowners nor farm laborers - but they were not immune to economic reverses. Three of Joseph’s sons emigrated to the United States, and when they were barely established in their new country, they were fo... View more info