Both the Lunney and O’Neill books are sold out. There are a few Doherty and Gibson books left.
My father, John Joseph O’Neill, 91, really enjoyed receiving the book. He made a special point of asking me to thank you. I pointed out his two “appearances” in the book — one, when mentioned (with his late brother Emmett) as children of Francis O’Neill and Mary Loretto (O’Sullivan) O; the other time in a clipping as nephew of an uncle who passed away.
He was especially delighted to learn more about his great, great grandparents and great grandparents, and to be reminded of the names of his grandparents.
The second print arrived and we now have only a few books left. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, June 30, 2019, we held the book launch at our condo in Almonte. The books are sold out and we are going to do a second print next week. Let me know ASAP if you want a book!
I will be launching the book about John O’Neill and Ellen Dwyer, A New Life . . . in a New Land, on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at my home in Almonte. They are almost all pre-ordered so if you want a copy, contact me ASAP at email@example.com.
The latest book is entitled:
A New Life . . . in a New Land
The Descendants of John O’Neill and Ellen Dwyer
It’s a 450-page hard cover book, dealing with four generations of the O’Neill family. It will be available mid-June.
Two articles were published this week to get the information to the descendants, especially those in Renfrew County, one on Inside Ottawa Valley and the other in the Eganville Leader.
I will be publishing the O’Neill Genealogy book this spring. It is a hard cover book about 450 pages in length. I have managed to keep the cost to $50 (Canadian) plus shipping, if applicable. Payment can be made by Pay Pal or by a cheque to Jeri Lunney at PO Box 1524, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0 CANADA.
Below is the Table of Contents.
The Lunney book is now sold out! There are still a few Doherty and Gibson books. The O’Neill book is expected to be published in the spring of 2019.
I have been contacted by three people from Ireland and one person from the USA who are connected by DNA to Al. If anyone reads this and if anyone wants to collaborate on Ryan/Gleeson genealogy, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My research on the O’Neills is going strong. I have found new family tree branches and descendants who are connected by DNA to Al.