Subject: Re: Fwd: PATRICK WALSH, c. 1817|
From: Edgar Taylor
Date: March 31, 2000
Hello Donna - Do you know from where in Ireland the Walshes came? I seem to
recall that there was a connection with Cashins from Tipperary who came
first to Charleston but at a later date - I think [ca 1840-50] - and went on
to Augusta GA.
Will keep your message on file and my for Walshes in Augusta
and Cashin connections.. Good hunting. Ed T of PGH
>From: "Donna Warlick"
>Subject: Fwd: PATRICK WALSH, c. 1817
>Date: Thu, Mar 30, 2000, 9:31 PM
>I'm searching for information on Patrick WALSH family which came from
>Ireland in 1817. Their ship was quarantined 3 miles out of Charleston for
>3 months, due to small pox. At that time the family included 13 children,
>one who was born on the Atlantic Jan 1, 1818. Another daughter was born in
>the Charleston area in 1820, for a total of 14 children. Many of the sons
>were adults and scattered about the country soon after landing. Known
>children of the family were : (1) Walter Walsh, b. 1-1-1818 on Atlantic, d.
>11-18-1869 in Gadsden Co, Fl. Walter married Sarah Vickers. Both are
>buried Vickers Cemetery, Gadsden Co, Fl. (2) Anastasia Walsh, b. 1820 SC,
>d. 1903 Gadsden Co, Fl, also buried in Vickers Cem. (3) Hannah Walsh and
>(4) Elizabeth Walsh. We know of 2 nieces, Mamie Cromwell, wife of Stephen
>Cromwell, of Washington DC, and Maggie Wall, of Baltimore, Md.
>Family oral history says Patrick taught at Beaufort, SC.
>I will appreciate learning anything about these people. Thank you all.