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Looking for McKenna cousins, possibly in Worcs
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|Siobhan||Report||6 May 2011 09:11|
I am looking for descendants of my father's aunt Bridget Devlin McKenna (known as Bride). She was born in Toomebridge County Antrim and married a man called William McKenna. They subsequently moved to England and lived for a number of years in Pershore, Worcs. They had a number of children, including William (father of Paul), John, Danny, Jim, Eileen,Patsy, Dympna, Gussie and Maureen. Maureen had a daughter called Josephine. When William McKenna Snr died, he and Auntie Bride moved to South Norwood Hill, near Crystal Palace, South London. Both of Bride's surviving sisters, Elizabeth and Margaret, lived with their families in Gillingham Kent..