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By Golden
2012-11-11 03:59:08

I am looking for Cravenstown where my ancestors lived in the 17-1800's. It is near Tubbercurry but not found on any maps. Could any one give me directions from Tubbercurry please. Cheers Goldie

By Jill Craven
2015-04-27 03:41:39

If you find it, please let me know!

By Bev Dempster
2016-01-25 22:21:42

Hi,I am also interested in Cravenstown. My GGGrandparents are known to have lived there. 4 0f their family arrived in Australia 1850/60's, have shipping lists. I know it be located in Ougham, outside of Tubbercurry (NE). I believe the farming land was occupied by the Craven family.I would like to swap information and photos. BJD.

By Amanda Terlecki
2018-03-19 22:28:46

Cravenstown also interests me. My grandmother Eileen Mary Craven's father was Thomas Craven 1852-1913 (Mayo) whose father was John Craven 1819-1892 (b Rusheens,Sligo) who married Elizabeth Shaw (1830-1891)and had Samuel (went to Kent, Ontario Canada), William, Thomas, Bessie, John (went to North Adelaide Australia), Mary Ann, Sarah Jane, Charles, Rebecca and Susan. We are descended from John and Robert Craven, Sligo, who are listed as flax growers 1798 and John Craven (same one?)b 1768 Woohorn, Roscommon, who put in a claim for loss of horse during 1798 Rebellion (Woodfield, Sligo)Other Craven lands (farmed with Shaws) were Ougham, Achonry, Skreen and Rusheens, Sligo. In my research I've found on, ancestry, myheritage,,, other Cravens from that time period who emigrated, including William Craven b1800 who married Mary Allen and had William Craven 1823-1912 who married Margaret Ann Montgomery (1834-1912) and went to Ontario, Canada, a number of Cravens who went to Lancashire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire (where Cravens originated. Those websites reveal Cravens who went to the US as well. I hope this helps. There is very little pre 1790s; the Cravens only multiply in the 1800s,I believe from the few brothers or kin who came over from Lancashire/Yorkshire (as per family oral history as well)and settled in Sligo. From a few families, it all spread out. There are a number of Cravens from Antrim, but likely from earlier ancestral connections in Lancashire/Yorkshire. Cheers, Amanda

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