Curran in PA

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        My name is Tim Curran and I am looking for information on my great-grandfather. His name isLawrence William Curran. He was born in Kilkenny, Ireland on July 17 1849. He was the son of John and Ann Curran. He settled in Schuylkill county PA. He died onJuly 23 1912  in Centralia PA. He married Julia Anna Maurer in1881. They  had 4 Children William Lawrence, Walter Wesley, John H. ,and Dollie Minerva

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My Name is Hayley Louise Curran - my dad is Sean Anthony Curran and my grandfather is also a Sean Curran. My dad has 2 brothers and 2 sisters Andrew Curran, Patrick Curran, Lindsey Curran and Caroline Curran. there mother left when they were all young. I dont know much but I know my family originated from Ireland.
My name is George W Curran III. I found a post of yours here I am looking for some information on my family further back than my grandfather. My grandfather George W. Curran was married to Dorothy Sherwin. My great grandfather was George Alonzo Curran. He may have been married to Anne Brine(spelling?) and lived in Rochester NY?? My father George has 4 children, George (myself), Patrick, Timothy and Shawna. Any information would be great.
-Thanks in advance
George Curran
hello all, my name is Sarah, i'm 27years old and live in Christchurch, New Zealand. I'm third generation Curran here, my daughter Savannah is now the fourth. i have limited knowledge of my families geneology , but iam hoping to learn more on here. My great-great grandfather was from edinburugh i believe, he moved the family to london early on. My grandfather Alan worked as a glazier during the war then moving on to Australia where he met his wife Shirley Smith. They then came over to New Zealand in the early 50s having 2 daughters and a son. Both of my grandparents are no longer with us, but Alan (grandfather) has one living brother in england Thomas Curran. I do have more info but that is just a quick run down on how we came to be in New Zealand. cheers i look forward to digging further into my families history with you all.