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Fannon family.

Fannon family.

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Hello my name is Tyler. I have a ancestor Bryan Fanning. Who was believed to be born in Ireland. He is believed to have been related to Fannings of Ballingarry Tipperary, Ireland. He settled Amelia county,Virginia. Needing help. He settled Virginia in the 1700s, I believe. Later spelled Fannon.
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Hello Tyler, 

So great to see you've found your way over to the Community! :) Hopefully you'll be able to find out more about your ancestor with some help of our Community experts. 

Have you been in touch with the genealogy centre in County Tipperary yet? Before 1864 records were kept in the form of church and parish records, and all the surviving records have been sorted into county based genealogical centres

The name Fanning shows up the most in County Tipperary, with 65 households by that name living there during Griffith's Valuation. Have you ever been able to find any records on Bryan Fanning with a connection to Ireland, like passenger lists or emigration records?

I hope you'll be able to find a piece of the puzzle soon, and if there's anything you need, please don't hesitate to give us a shout! :)

Warm regards,

Melin
 
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Thank you. Yeah Bryan Fanning was believed to be born in Ireland according to some research I found. It said he was desended from William Fanning of Kells. He was born in county Connacht. But born in Ireland. His father was a Loughlin Fanning. They end up desending from fannings In Tipperary.
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We are at Hotel Minella Clonmel and are 30 Minutes drive from Ballingarry an ideal place to stay if you are tracing your Tipperary Roots
www.hotelminella.com  email: reservations@hotelminella.ie
We will be happy to offer you special accommodation rates if you are coming to Tipperary 
We have self catering accommodation - Minella Appartments let on a 7 night basis 

We look forward to welcoming you to Tipperary


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