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From: Pat Traynor <>
Subject: Re: [TRAY] TRAYNOR role call
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2003 14:37:52 -0700
It is my understanding that Delia was a nickname for Bridgit.
youkate sullivan <> wrote:
>.......also, there was a Traynor family in Ballyscanlon, outside of
>Crossmolina, in the 1901 census. Thomas Traynor, the father, his wife and
>5 childnren, and an Ann Moran was living with them - perhaps his wife's
>mother (yet another Moran in the mix). Two daughters have immigration
>records from about 1910, Bridget and Molly, and they went to a sister,
>Delia, in San Francisco. She may have married a Burke, though it could
>have been Bridget (is Delia a nickname for Bridget?). I have no idea who
>these Traynors were, though it is likey they were decendents of the other
>sibilings or cousins.... or what became of them in Ireland or in San
>Francisco. There are no Traynors in Ballyscanlon now.