Jannet Walsh

Genealogy – Next up, Patrick McGinty clan

In Blogging, Family, Genealogy, Minnesota, Minnesota Native Daughter, Patrick McGinty and Mary (Moran) McGinty, Religion on January 28, 2011 at 10:40 pm

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By Jannet Walsh
Murdock, Minnesota

I plan to post a video shortly on my Great-Great-Grandparents Patrick “Paddy” McGinty and Mary (Moran) McGinty.

Patrick McGinty and Mary (Moran) McGinty had a daughter named Mary McGinty, born June 23, 1859 in Scotland, and died Oct.1, 1952, Swift County, Minnesota. Patrick or Paddy was born Jan. 1, 1829, in Mayo, Ireland and died Dec. 26, 1915, Swift County.

My great-grandfather Michael John Walsh Jr., (born Oct. 15, 1858, in Canada, and died March 11, 1929 in Swift Co., Minn.) married Mary McGinty, daughter of Patrick and Mary (Moran) McGinty, Nov. 22, 1881, at St. Bridget’s Catholic Church, DeGraff, Minnesota.

I don’t have a photograph of Patrick and Mary (Moran) McGinty, but I will show you in an upcoming blog post about the treasure they left behind!

Do these names mean anything to you? Do you have photos? Do you think you could be related to me? Tell me at jwalsh@wctrib.com.

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If you have any additional information to add to this blog post, family information, Murdock related history or if you think you are related to me, contact me at jwalsh@wctrib.com.

Native Minnesotan Jannet Walsh is a blogger, columnist, journalist, photojournalist, terrier owner, hula hooper and more! Contact her at jwalsh@wctrib.com Click here to view full biography. View her other blog at http://jannetwalsh.blogspot.com/.
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