The FRIARY House, AGLISH, Co.Waterford.

The FRIARY House, AGLISH, Co.Waterford.

The FRIARY House, AGLISH, Co.Waterford.

Ellen TROY married William TERRY (1801 - 1877)

Parents of Walter TERRY (1822 - 1899) Ardo, near Ardmore, m. Mary KIELY (18?? - 1907).

Parents of John TERRY (originally Ardo, near Ardmore, Co.Waterford) m. Bridget FLEMING moved to Ballycullane Hse. Aglish.

Parents of Mary TERRY (1907 - 199?)m. Maurice Colbert(Ardmore)(1904/05 -198?)
and Walter TERRY (Died 1992) m Ellen (Lil) BARRY (Died 1993)(n.c.)
and Anna TERRY (n.m.)
and Michael (Mick) TERRY (n.m.) born 1909 approx. died Nov. 1997.

Bridget TERRY (nee FLEMING) and her Son Walter TERRY of (Ballycullane Hse. Aglish) later bought The Friary Hse. Aglish. Walter TERRY sold Friary House to ? Peter Murray who in 1992 sold it to J. linn-Morton(Australia) originally from Northern Ireland. See pics. of Friary House on on web-site.

John Joseph Troy ( Son of Michael Troy & brother of James Troy)

John Joseph Troy came to America arriving in the port of Boston on July 13th 1908 aboard the S.S. Cyrmic. John boarded the Cyrmic in Queenstown, Ireland on July 5th and made his way across the Atlantic to joing his brother and sisters. Based on the ships manifest his father Michael was living in the town of Aglish at that time, while John listed his last residence as Cappoquin. Upon arrival he made his way to 73 Highland St. West Newton to stay with his Sister, Margaret.
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Hello from the John Joseph Clan

I wanted to say hello to the descendant's of James Troy. I recently travelled to Ireland to trace my family roots. My family and I stood at the gates of the Whitechurch Chapel overlooking the Coolahest area where my Grandfather, John Joseph was born. On returning home I attempted to contact the local Catholic Church in Arglish and stumbled onto this website. Of course to my surprise I found what I was looking for right in my own backyard.

We live the next town over from where the Troy family reunion was held in Sept. 2005.

I have contacted many of my aunts, uncles and cousins and they are excited with this discovery.

Auntie Barbara

Hi Troy family

Today Auntie Barbara left us for another kind of voyage. Her life has been wonderful and full of family, love and lots of fun. We are sad beyond words but we want to remember her as the robust and fun loving woman who touched our lives and was a sister, mother and friend to everyone she met. Her struggle was long, and she's in a better place now.

All of the information about the services (in both Naples, Florida and Needham, MA) is on her website at You can find out about her services there.

On the first article on the site there's a place for you to put a comment saying what Barbara meant to you - we encourage you to enter a comment at

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