Conways of Ballycumber(john boyle conway)
Hello, from Seville, Spain
Does anyone know of a local genealogy forum, or similar, in the Ballycumber area?
I have almost traced my family back to Michael Conway, hanged by the English in Ballycumber in 1798 (!), but have one or two bits to fill in. Also, can anyone confirm that it was in Prospect House that Conway, Feeney and Daly met, and were subsequently betrayed by Burke and Hume?
Isn't life interesting? Who would have imagined search from Seville, through Dundee, Scotland, to Ballycumber!!!
All the best,
John Boyle Conway
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