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Patrick came out to Australia in on the Highflyer.
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He was aged He came out with his older brother Anthony. They arrived at Morton Bay in Queensland on Dec 2, Anthony settled in Kempsey where he was a shopkeeper. He married Amelia Lovell. Both died of consumption or as we know it tuberculosis and are buried in West Kempsey cemetery.
They had no children. Patrick was a bachelor when he died age I have been trying to find Patrick for a number of years. Another Fanning researcher contacted me and alerted me to a Patrick Fanning who was killed in Sydney in This James Cantwell died in His father listed as Anthony Cantwell and mother as Mary.
He was a store man and lived in Macquarie Street Leichardt Sydney.
I have not found out anything more on this James Cantwell and his family. But would like to know more of them if anyone has some information about this branch of the Cantwell family.
Patrick is listed as having been in NSW for 32 years which would have him arriving about James his cousin was buried age 67 in June so born about Patrick was buried there on 2 Jan and James Cantwell on 11 June The name Anthony occurs frequently in the Cantwell family tree but not in the Fanning ancestry.
The father of James Cantwell was listed as Anthony Cantwell. He is listed as age 36, Irish and a labourer. The index to his death record has his father listed as Anthony and mother as Bridget. He was buried in Waverley Cemetery Sydney. As there are two nieces who are nuns mentioned there were most likely more Cantwells who emigrated to Australia. This William Fanning died in The progenitor of this family of Fannings was William Fannyng sic , who owned land in the Barony of Kells,  County Kilkenny in He is also recorded in having extensive land holdings in the Manor of Killenaule, Barony of Slievardagh in County Tipperary.
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William Fannyng died in Oliver Fannynge was of Kylry in the County of Kilkenny. All indications point to Co. Tipperary as the ancestral home of William Fannyng of Kells.
His estates were settled prior to his death with all of the Fannyng Trustees being from Co. The Fanning family has ancient roots in Co. Tipperary on the 20th of November,  and again on the 20th of October, Son, William Fanning II, was born in His date of death is unknown.
His estates in Co. Kilkenny were never restored to him. Thomas Fanning, son of James Ffaning, was born in , in Co. He married Mary Mcloughlin of Co. They both are believed to have died around in Co.
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Nothing is heard from them after the birth of their youngest son. Their oldest son being James who was born abt. They settled in South Carolina around He died on November 4, James Walker Fannin of Goliad, Texas fame was a member of this family. However, the legitimacy of his birth is questioned.
Mayo after the transplantation, in Leitrim, Oughterragh Parish. The lineage comes down to 1.
Saibh, dau. Celia, dau.
The lineage continues with 3. It continues on with 4. Eleanor, dau. On to 5. Honora, dau. Mary, dau. Clare, Chief of his name. Mayo to Co.
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Loughlin Fanning Jr. Mayo  4. Bryan Fanning b. He emigrated to America settling in Virginia. Elizabeth Ann Fanning b. Died Loughlin Fanning, Jr. At the age of three he lost his sight as a result of smallpox; when he was twelve, he began to learn to play the harp, which was not unusual for a blind person at that time. His training continued over a period of years under various tutors, all of the old school.
These included Laughlin Fanning from Connacht , an area famous at the time for the quality of its harp music. This he treasured for the rest of his life. He attended a great harp meeting in Belfast in at the age of 97 and told someone afterwards, that when he had played his piece the others harpers refused to play as a mark of respect.
It was said that he was the only harper there who had the traditional long finger nails, associated with this profession. Denis Hempson died at Magilligan on the 5th November aged He had lived in three centuries and was one of the last great Irish Harpers who played in the traditional way. Just beside the museum, visitors can see the memorial stone, erected in , in what was the garden of Lord Garvagh where Hempson began his musical career. Carragher John C.
Charles Fanning b. Leitrim, Connacht Province, Ireland who married a kitchen maid of one of his patrons Mrs. Charles had one or two children.
Leitrim, Connacht Province d. Issue: i. Agnes Fanning b. Leitrim, Connacht Province. Issue: A.
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John Fanning born in Fenagh, Co. Leitrim m. Thomas Fanning b. Patrick Cemetery, Daviess Co, Indiana.
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Ellen Faning born abt in Ohio d. James H. Fanning b.
They had one child, John J. Henry Fanning born in Sruhaun, Co. Leitrim, who is married with no children. Patrick b. James died ca. Patrick Fanning married Bridget Gannon.