John Tunny married Mary McNulty in Swinford Mayo Ireland on February 19,1862. They had the following children:
Bridget Tunney b 11/25/1862 married John Rochford (see previous post)
Patrick Tunney B.1876 remained in Ireland on the family farm. He was reportedly a great worker and a very religious man. Patrick never married.
Joseph Tunney b 1881 married Attracta Goldrick and had 3 children; Harriet Tunney, Francis Tunney and Henry Tunney
Harriet Tunney married Jim Peyton and had 7 children; Frank Peyton, Seamus Peyton, Mary Payton, Martin Peyton married Marie Bennan on 8/15/1977, Henry Peyton, Patricia Peyton and Geraldine Peyton
Francis Tunney married Wynn, a girl form South Africa. They moved to London
Henry Tunney married Mollie, last name unknown.
Margaret Tunney b. 1874 Married John McNulty and had 5 children; Patrick Joseph McNulty (who they called PaJoe), Jack McNulty, Tom McNulty, Sarah McNulty, Mae McNulty.
"Pajoe McNulty married a Higgins, (first name unknown). They had 4 children; Derrig McNulty, Terry McNulty, Raymond McNulty and Mary McNulty
Jack McNulty married Kate Keane. They moved to Sligo. No additional information is available at this time.
Tom McNulty married Nora Melvin. They moved to Shrone Ireland where they had 5 children, names unknown. Some of the children settled in England, others remain in Killasser Mayo Ireland.
Sarah Ann McNulty married Jack Fox. No additional information is available on this family at this time.
Mae McNulty Married a Mr Nilan (first name unknown) and settled in Ballina, Mayo Ireland. There is no additional information available on this family at this time.
Kate Tunney b.1872 married Patrick Barry and had 6 children; Mary Ellen Barry,John Barry, Rita Barry, Kathleen Barry, Patrick Barry, Dan Barry.
Mary Ellen married John Harrington. They had 4 children; Eugene Harrington, Sean Harrington who joined the church as a Colombian Father serving in the Philippines, Joe Harrington, and Mae Harrington who married Patrick Shiels. Patrick and Mae moved the the US and settled in Astoria Long Island New York. They had one son, name unknown at this time.
John Barry married a girl from Dublin, no further information available at this time
Rita Barry married Andrew Cronnly from Killasser . They moved to Dublin.
Kathleen Barry never married
Patrick Barry never married
Dan Barry married Maureen Casey and had three children; Newla Barry, Pauline Barry and Gerald Barry
John Tunney b. Dec. 21,1876 married Katherine Regan. They had 6 children; John Patrick Tunney, Mary Kate Tunney, Joseph Tunney, Annie Tunney,Peggy Tunney and Martin Tom Tunney.
John Patrick Tunney never married
Mary Kate Tunney married Joe Lynch. They had 3 children; Lilian Lynch, John Lynch and Noel Lynch. They moved to Sonnagh Charlestown Co.
Joseph Tunney married an nurse from county Clare, last name Norris.
Annie Tunney moved to England and married, name unknown
Peggy Tunney married Robert Ford, they had 3 children; 2 daughters, names unknown and a son Clinton Ford. They lived in Red Deer, Alta, Canada
Martin Tom Tunney married Mona Garvey and moved to England. They had three children; Catherine Tunney, Mary Tunney and Marty Tunney.
Michael Tunney b. 1868 married Catherine Gallagher. They had 4 children; Christina Tunney, Mary Tunney, Kate Tunney,and Michael Tunney.
Christina worked as a nurse in Edinburgh Scotland. She never married. She was killed in an air raid shelter during the 2nd world war.
Mary Tunney died in childhood.
Kate Tunney married John price and emigrated to Canada. They settled in Delisle Saskatchewan Canada. They had 3 children; Michael Price who was living in Regina Sask. Canada, Christina price who married Earnest Derbach. They moved to Trinidad in the West Indies and had two sons., and Catherine Price who married Siegfried Langenau. They purchased a farm at R.R.3 Saskatoon Sask. Canada where they raised their two sons. John Price died in 1977, Kate was still living at that time.
Michael Tunney married Sadie Healy. They settled in Killasser Swinford Mayo Ireland and had 4 children; Christine Tunney, Brendan Tunney, Irene Tunney, and Michael Tunney who moved to England.
Honor Tunney b. 1866 moved to Chicago Ill. USA married John Heil. They had two children; Elizabeth Heil and Roy Heil. Honor Tunney, called Oni and later Annie moved to Corning NY with her sister Mary in or around 1889. They had come to the US to work as house servants for Edward and Nellie Baines. Nellie had worked for the Tunney family as a girl in Ireland so this was a good match as the girls would know someone when they arrived in the US. Annie did not remain long in Corning. When word came that her mother had died she returned home to Swinford . Some years later Annie returned to the states and moved to Chicago Illinois where she met and married John Heil. John was a German immigrant born Sept. 18,1873. John immigrated to the US at the age of 8 in 1882. He work for the Railroad as a baggage handler and worked his way up to Station Master. He and Annie Tunney were married on March 1,1905. On May 27,1906 they had their daughter Elizabeth Heil. Elizabeth never married. She went to College and worked at the bank as a records clerk, living at home with her parents until their respective deaths. Elizabeth Heil died in Chicago on Sept. 30,1995. On December 16,1908 the Heil's welcomed their son Roy Heil. Roy worked as a manger in the local grocery store. He never married and, like his sister, he remained at home until his death on Jan 13,1985. Honor Tunney Heil died in March of 1966.
Mary Tunney b. 1863 moved to Corning NY married John Kneeland (Neilins). Family report Mary Tunney having been born in 1863 but church records, immigration reports and census record indicate Mary was born in December of 1875. She came to the US to work for a woman who had help Mary's mother around the house, Nellie Baines. Mary did not stay long in the Baines household. She met John Kneeland (original spelling on marriage license Neilins) shortly after she arrived in Corning New York John was an adventurous irishman from Tyrone Northern Ireland. John and Mary were married on October 15,1889. John work for the railroad as a fireman, stoking the coal fires on the steam locomotives. The Kneeland's had three children; John Kneeland Jr. who died at the age of 4 from croup, William Kneeland and Mary Kneeland. John Kneeland Sr. was killed in a railroad accident while working the night shift in the railroad yard. He was run over by an incoming engine on June 16,1908. Mary Tunney Kneeland died Oct. 5,1942.
Mary was fortunate to have her brother Tomas Tunney living in Corning and ready and willing to help her out after the death of her husband. Mary and the children lived with Tom Tunney and helped raise his growing brood after the death of his first wife. Tom gave William Kneeland his first job, working on the Tunney grocery store on Market Street in Corning. Young Bill drove the milk cart and delivered fresh milk door to door each morning.
William Kneeland b. Sept 26,1896, married Mary Ethel Keenan in 1922. They moved to Buffalo NY where, on March 26,1926 they had their first of three sons, Thomas Francis Kneeland, who married Margaret Cronin and had 6 children; Donna Frances Kneeland had a daughter, Colleen Kneeland , Colleen Kneeland married Jim Cedar and had three children; David Cedar, Jessica Cedar and Cati Cedar, Thomas Kneeland, married Gail McLaughlin. They had no children,Daniel Kneeland (died in infancy), Mary Kneeland marreid Paul Coates and had four children; Michael Coates, Alexander Coates, Meghan Coates and John Coates, Timothy Kneeland who married Laura Goodnough and had four children; Adam Kneeland, Aaron Kneeland, Benjamin Kneeland, and Anna Kneeland. After Ethel Kneeland's father died they returned to the Corning NY area where they had two more sons, William Kneeland, who married Suzanne Quinlan and had three children ; Mark Kneeland, died young, never married, Jennifer Kneeland married Bernie Janco, no children and Kathleen Kneeland, and Donald Kneeland who married Judy Zammet an dhad two daughters, Beth Kneeland and Kristine Kneeland
Mary Kneeland b. Dec.27,1893 married Gerald Fleming on Sept. 8,1920. They had three daughters; Mary Fleming, Marjorie Fleming, and Patricia Fleming. Mary Kneeland died August 5,1940.
Mary Fleming b 1921 married Blaze John Delongo and had 3 daughters; Barbara Delongo, Patricia Delongo, and Virginia Delongo
Marjorie Fleming B. Feb 10,1923, Married Joseph Crowley and moved to washington DC
Patricia DeLongo b. 1927 died 1966 of multiple sclerosis (MS). She never married.
Thomas Tunney b. November 16,1870 inDromada Joyce Swinford Mayo Ireland moved to Corning NY in 1891 to look out for his sister's Mary Tunney and Oni(Annie Tunney. When he arrived in 1891 he discovered his sister Mary had already married and Oni was planning to return to Ireland. Tom packed his bags and headed to Scranton PA to work in the steel mills. Tom worked in the mills in Lackawanna NY near Buffalo and then returned home to Ireland. In 1900 he moved back to Corning NY where he went to work in a grocery store. When the owner, Mr.O'Connell died, Thomas purchased the business. Tom met and married married Mary Boyle on Oct. 6,1900 They had four children; Mary Evelyn Tunney b. 8/17/1903, Thomas Joseph Tunney B. 4/4/1907,Anne Tunney 8/5/1908,and John Like Tunneyb. 2/12/1910. Mary Boyle Tunney died on December 18,1911. Tom, left alone to raise four small children, turned to his widowed sister Mary Kneeland to help. He moved Mary and her two children in and she took over the care of the house and child rearing, leaving Tom free to concentrate on growing his business. on September 5,1914 Thomas Tunney remarried Elizabeth Driscoll. They also had four children;Timothy William Tunney b 5/30/1915, Joseph Paul Tunney b. 10/11/1916, Elizabeth Alice b. 1/6/1918, and gene Cornelius Tunney b. 2/16/1927.
Mary Evelyn Tunney Married Thomas Culligan and they had 1 daughter;Mary Anne Culligan
Anne Tunney married J. Savvedria De Figueredo, the vice council of Portugal in New York City.He died in 1943. She met and married Albert E. Thomas in 1946. Anne never had any children.
John Tunney married Helen Sutherland and they had no children.
Thomas Joseph Tunney married Virginia O'Shea in Rochester. They had four children;
Timothy William Tunney married Doris Toohil in New York City on 2/10/1944 and had five children; Timothy Tunney, Michael Tunney, Eileen Tunney, Elizabeth Tunney and Ann Tunney.
Joseph Paul Tunney Married Joan Tonery in Columbia South Carolina on 2/14/1942 and had two children; John Christopher Tunney and Susan Tunney.
Elizabeth Alice Tunney never married
Gene Cornelius Tunney married Elizabeth Rangstrom in Elmira NY on 7/10/1954 and had 6 children;Thomas Cornelius Tunney, Elizabeth Ann Tunney, Bridget Mary Tunney, Kathleen Mary Tunney, Kevin Patrick Tunney and Gene Cornelius Tunney Jr.