|Magner Queries 2003 edited by
Ronn Magner Knowles
YourName: Cheryl Hudson
Surname: Mearas of Dunmanway
AreaSearching: Dunmanway, County Cork
Date: 24 Dec 2003
Re: Family search for Mearas connected with Esther "Hessie" Meara, Jack
Robert Meara, William Meara of Dunmanway,
Magner Clan members,
The recent death of my aunt (Joy)of San Clemente, CA/USA and got me
about family members my grandmother left behind when she came to America
I visited Dunmanway in 1982 and stayed with Muriel and Bob Meara (my
grandmother's brother). Muriel and Bob have since passed.
I believe their son, West Meara, lives in England.
When viewing a Dunmanway web site I noticed there are a few Mearas who
live or work in Dunmanway.
They have old family names such as Richard, Robert,( my great uncle and
name), John and William, (my grandmother's uncle "Willie" who did
for the church in South Africa in the early 1900's).
Where am I going with this?? I thought it would be interesting to
those of my grandmother's family line. I have many pictures of people of
Dunmanway from the 1920's with no names. I have a picture of my
front of the Ballyhalwick House when she was a young girl.
I understand that my great-grandfather was the butcher in Dunmanway from
? and the family at one time lived above the shop in the square.
I could be wrong but some information tells me that there is a Robert
has an egg farm and also works in a place of lodging. (??)
This is a shot in the dark, I suppose, asking some stranger for a favor
respond to this inquiry, but my grandmother is no longer living and I
not asking her more questions when she was with us.
Another American looking for her "roots",
I can be reached at
>YourName: Michel Rod
>Date: 15 Apr 2003 >
>I'm married to Susan Magner, whose father Dr.
Raymond Magner was born in Cork around 1919...he had two brothers (also
physicians)Jack and Declan Magner...all three of whom did their medical
training in Dublin and then travelled the world establishing
clinics....my father-in-law ended up in Calgary, Canada. He also had a
sister, Sybil who moved to Vancouver. >
>I'm just curious...having happened upon the
Magner.Org website. Any of you familar with this branch of the Cork
>Date: 22 Apr 2003
>Tracing Julia and Nina Magner. Also the marriage
of Magner to Mc Donald Cork
>YourName: Nathan Fristed
>Surname: Magner Fristed
>Date: 28 Jun 2003 >
> MAGNER Information August, 2000 edited by:
>Subj: Magner's in Ca./Or./Wa.
>I came upon this site and I found it very
informative. It was nice to read all the information that has been
researched about the Magner surname. I went through the various family
searches and did not find any currently connected to our branch of the
tree. My Magner family is very proud of who we are and I know that many
of our family would be more than happy to help in your search for
additional information. I especially know that many of my uncles would
love to search your site. Please feel free to contact me I would love to
help in any way I can for anybody to get more information,
>Nathan Magner Fristed >
>Grandson of James David Magner >
>Moved to Solana Beach, Ca.
>new e-mail address -
>YourName: Paul Graham
>AreaSearching: UK. or United States of America
>Date: 04 Jul 2003 >
>Does anyone have any information on the Magner
family from North London. In the 1930's or 1940's some of my father's
cousins and other family emmigrated to the USA, so I've have been told.
My father's name was Cyril. He had two brother's, Maurice (Bill) and
Robert (Bob). His fathers name was Cornelius. I would love to know if I
have any distant relatives out there. Paul Magner.
>YourName: Pat Philbin
>AreaSearching: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
>Date: 07 Sep 2003
>Time: 18:40:10 >
>My name is Patricia Philbin, now living in
Cranston, Rhode Island. My mother, Dorothy Philbin, was born in
Springfield, Mass; her maiden name was Malone. This week she and I drove
out to Stockbridge for lunch at the Red Lion; she mentioned that she
used to go out that way as a youngster to visit her cousins, the
Magners, in Pittsfield. That would have been in the 1920's-30's.
> >While visiting my Uncle today in Tiverton, Rhode
Island, he mentioned the Magners of Pittsfield when he heard a radio
advertisement for a Magner brand. >
>My grandfather was James Joseph Malone (my
mother's and uncle's father) - the James Magner that they visited in
Pittsfield was his cousin. According to my uncle, this James Magner was
a detective in the Pittsfield police department, born probably
1900-1905, his wife was named Genevieve; he had a brother Arthur who
worked at the post office.
> >I've been pretty unsuccessful in tracing this
Malone line so am interested in any information available to relations
there. I'm not sure how James Malone and James Magner were realted,
whether through my grandfather's mother or father's side.
> >Might you be able to steer me to some
>YourName: Anne catherine
>AreaSearching: Kilworth Cork
>Date: 25 Oct 2003 >
>I am researching the family of John Magner father
of Bridget Magner who came to Australia in June of 1855 on the Sea Park,
also Daniel and John Magner they may be brothers of Bridget and they
arrived in Australia in 1857 on the 'Burlington' settled in South
Australia. Bridget married Thomas Brennan in 1858. Would like any
connection with the family if possible.
YourName: pete and cyndi
AreaSearching: new england
Date: 03 Nov 2003
Looking for relatives of one Henry Magner 1907-1996, from the Boston MA
He was married to Gertrude Molineaux. They had two kids Henry and
Henry had a brother who was a Boston Fire fighter.
YourName: Erin (Magner) Dugas
AreaSearching: Ireland, New England area
Date: 04 Nov 2003
Remote Name: 188.8.131.52
HTTP User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0;
(Compatible;MSIE 6.0; Windows 2000 for CVS)
Looking for information about my family. This is what I have so far.
John Magner, born in Ireland, 1861 according to a 1920 census. Married
Magner (don't have maiden name) also born in Ireland. Lived (in 1920) at
Avenue A in Bayonne, NJ and were members of the Saint Mary's Parish in
They had 2 children Edward James Magner (don't know birth date) and
Magner (also no birth date).
Edward married Pearl (Weiss) Magner
and had one son (my grandfather) Myron Magner born 12/29/1928 died
Margaret also married but I do not know her married name. I do know that
a daughter named Natalie and she lived in the Staten Island area. Any
information you could give me would be appreciated.
YourName: Gregory Scott Sadowski
Date: 17 Nov 2003
Remote Name: 184.108.40.206
HTTP User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT)
I am the great grandson of Edward Magner 1860-1936 and Alice "Conrad"
1868-1937. Edwards Parents were Michael Magner (1832?) and
parents were Joeseph Henry Conrad and Mary "Thornton" Anyone with
additonal lineage please feel free to contact me
YourName: MARK MAGNER
AreaSearching: ARTHUR, ILLNOIS
Date: 22 Nov 2003
Remote Name: 220.127.116.11
HTTP User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT ANY MAGNERS BORN IN ARTHUR, ILLNOIS?
I ALSO WANTED TO KNOW IF ANYONE HEARD OF THE MAGNER LUMBERYARD IN
ARTHUR,ILLNOIS? I ALSO WANTED TO KNOW IF ANYONE KNEW A PAUL MAGNER IN
ARTHUR,ILLNOIS THANK YOU MARK MAGNER
YourName: Anne Pope
AreaSearching: kilworth Cork
Date: 06 Dec 2003
Researching the family of John Magner Kilworth Cork daughter Bridget
to Adelaide Australia on ss Sea Park in June 1855 could have brothers by
John and Daniel who came to Adelaide on ss Burlington in 1857. They
farmers in South Australia.
Subject: msgn john magner liely
YourName: margaret elizabeth
AreaSearching: ireland, boston, newyork
In doing my family tree I have learnt of the above person who was my
cousin. My mother was born in Waterford Ireland. In the graveyard there
family statue that was sent over from America by the above person. It
it that he was in a Boston Church at the time. I believe that his
was Mary and his Fathers name was Maurice. Is there any connection to
have learnt, and what you know. I look forward to you reply. maggie