my father was from derrynoose outside keady and my mother was eileen taggart from keady
I have heard the family name has a Spanish history.Has anyone researched our potential Spanish roots,and if so which area of Spain do we come from?Many thanksGerard Vallely
Nice to find Valelly relatives. My great-grandmother was Anna Valelly of Dixon, IL Her parents were John and Mary of Ireland, who moved to Scotland in the 1840s and then to the USA in 1851. Would love to find relatives.
Grandfather Thomas Vallely (armagh, Ireland) Married a Mary Quinn around 1920. Any connection? This is all on my Mother's side. I have Thomas's father Grandfather also if you are interested. Thanks
I was once told that the name Vallely originated from France and was brought to Ireland by the Hogonuts?? who came to Ireland to escape religious persecution in France because they were Protesants
Born in Leeds, Yorkshire and then moved to the North East. My Father (John Gerard Vallely) is from a long line of Vallelys from Armagh. Many still live there in the Madden area of the County.
My grandfather, James Hillen Vallely emigrated to Canada with a sister around 1900. His father was Owen Vallely of Glasgow, and mother's maiden name: Hillen. It appears that part of the family had emigrated to Scotland from Tyrone area, Ireland in previous generations. If you have additional information, I would appreciate a connection! (the surname was mis-spelled on CDN immigration records)Doug
Oops, I should say that my comments are directed towards Barb Morgan's family! Sorry if that wasn't clear. Cheers.
Hi - Am 65 percent convinced that I have found Edward of George and Ann Vallillee. According to your data he died after 1861. Do you know anything more? Here is my logic.An Edward Vallillee died Cleveland, Ohio. 14 Nov 1864, age 31, buried St. John Cemetery.Family may have been Frances Vallillee daughter of Elizabeth (Lyons). Could also be an older daughter named Margaret. Elizabeth later married John Buckley and Margaret and Frances Theresa show up in census records. Frances' census records state that her parents were born in French Canada (1910, mother New Brunswick, 1870).Would love to know how you know that Edward died after 1861, that is do you know more about him, such as his occupation? Would there be a reason for him to be in Cleveland or Chicago? Have you ever found a mention of the surname Lyons, possibly from New Brunswick? Could Edward have married between 1856 and 1864? If you have a chance it would be great to get your take on linking this Edward in. Thanks!
I am the only son of of belated John Barry Vallely.My father served in the SAS (Special Air Service) in G Squardron.He was part of the Battle of Mirbat - I myself is deaf and wear two hearing aids.I am a professional magician and hypnotist. I am very passionate about what I do as it's very rewarding to make people laugh and smile, plus you don't really need to hear well to be a good magician or hypnotist!BestestKiegan 'hypnogician' Vallely
Nice familly Best wishes for all from kate&marc
a very attractive website. Interesting I like it
OK, I know it looks like I'm advertising but I've given my personal e-mail address instead of the 'info' one. I was doing a research ***essment for a Vallely descendant in England and came across your site which I liked.Anyhow if anyone ever wants to track down their ancestors back to Ireland (Armagh) drop me a line.regardsPeter
I have a chair that I use everyday at my computer. There is a brass plate on the back that reads P. W. VALLELY, I nc. 270 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK The only thing I can find out about the company or the chair is that Patrick William Vallely started a furnature company that went out of business in the 1950s or 1960s.Can you tell me anything more about the history of the company, or anything about the chair. e.g. When it was made? How many were made? How they were manufactured? etc.I thank you for any info --Gene
I was nanny to a Vallely family in 1936 in UK. I am looking for Leanne and Elizabeth Vallely. Leanne must be about 79 and Elizabeth is about 77.I still have very fond memories of both girls. Please help if you have any information. Thanks.
Rathbone & Tillinghast are my husbands 3rd (Annie Rathbone m. Thomas Leonard), Clark (4th), Jonathan (5), etc great grandparents on his father's side. Thank you for a nice, imformative, well-ordered site.
Nice site, very informative...thanks for sharing!!!
Yeah!! Uncle Tom!!!!
Hello,I come down from this line through gg.... grandmother Waite Rathbone mar. to Thomas ***ens of Block Is., RI> dau. Freelove mar. to Caleb OLIN who are both buried in Canton, NY > Joseph > George S. > Alpheus > Geo. > Ruth > Ruth > to me, Ruth.Would love to visit and learn more of this family line as I have finally gotten to it and looking with interest at their history and lineage.Please write when time allows,Ruth in IL