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Elizabeth Fitzpatrick

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Beaufort, Beaufort, South Carolina, Beaufort District, South Carolina, United States
Death: 1861 (83-84)
Pike County, Mississippi, United States of America, Pike County, Mississippi, United States
Place of Burial: Topisaw, Pike County, Mississippi, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas FitzPatrick, I and Elizabeth Henley FitzPatrick
Wife of Joseph Thornhill
Mother of William Elisha Thornhill; Malissa Liddy Rushing (Thornhill); Joseph Patrick Thornhill; Mary Thornhill; Benjamin FitzPatrick Thornhill and 3 others
Sister of Hamner FitzPatrick; Lucy Gay; Alexander FitzPatrick; Karenhappuck Fitzpatrick Pugh; Joseph FitzPatrick and 2 others
Half sister of Daniel FitzPatrick; William H. Henry FitzPatrick, Sr.; Sarah Margaret Woldrich? Williamson; John FitzPatrick; John Fitzpatrick and 1 other

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About Elizabeth Fitzpatrick

Biography

Elizabeth Thornhill was born in 1777 in South Carolina, USA, Beaufort District, South Carolina, United States. Her parents were Thomas FitzPatrick, Jr. and Elizabeth Hamner.

Elizabeth married Joseph Thornhill in 1795 in South Carolina. Together they had the following children:

She died in 1861 in Pike County, Mississippi, USA, Pike County, Mississippi, United States and was buried in the Thornhill Family Burial Ground, Topisaw, Pike County, Mississippi, US.




Please join this project on FTDNA -Maelanfaid is an ancient, early medieval Irish and Scottish name that first appears in the annals and manuscript genealogies around 700 AD. It is Gaelic for Prince or Chief of the Storm. There was also a Saint Maelandfaid circa 600 AD at Molana-Dairinis abbey, Ireland

The Scottish names Macaloney, Maloney, McAlonie, McLoney, MacGillonie are anglifications of Mac-Maelanfaid. The Irish names Malanaphy, Malamphy, Molamphy, Mellamphy, Mullamphy, Melaniphy, Molanphy are anglifications of Maelanfaid.Other Maelanfaid names include Cameron, McMartan and McPhee. . Fitzpatrick was on the long list of surnames as well

The ancestors of many modern-day Scottish, Canadian & U.S., Aussie / NZ., Macaloney's, McAloney's, McAlonie's changed their name from McAlonan, McAlonen when they left Northern Ireland in the 1800's, where they had been 'Ulster-Scot planters'. It is believed these people, and also he Antrim Moloney's/Maloney's 'Irished' their name from Macaloney etc to McAlonan, Moloney, Maloney etc., after they moved from Lochaber, Scotland (some via Islay) to Northern Ireland, and then back to Macaloney etc when they left Northern Ireland. Therefore, many McAlonan's / McAlonen's and Antrim Moloney's / Maloney's are also Maelanfaid.

The Cameron, McMartin, MacMartin, McPhail, MacPhail, McBean, MacBean, McBain, MacBain, McSorley, MacSorley, McSorlie, MacSorley names originating from Lochaber, Scotland are recorded in the Gaelic MS 1467 AD as being of the blood-line of Clan Maelanfaid. MacNabs also appear to be related. -

You will need full mtdna and Ydna testing with FTNDA and Fitzpatrick or a surname listed on the list, [https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/macaloney/dna-results] This one as well has a blog


Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Fitzpatrick and Elizabeth Hamner. She was born c1777 and died sometime after the 1850 and before the 1860 censuses.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Feb 11 2021, 2:31:41 UTC

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Elizabeth Fitzpatrick's Timeline

1777
1777
Beaufort, Beaufort, South Carolina, Beaufort District, South Carolina, United States
1796
April 18, 1796
Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina, United States
1800
1800
South Carolina, USA, South Carolina, United States
1804
1804
1807
December 1807
Beaufort, South Carolina, USA, South Carolina, United States
December 1807
Beaufort, Beaufort, South Carolina, United States, South Carolina, United States
1810
1810
Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA
1814
1814
Old Pike, Mississippi, United States
1816
April 6, 1816
Pike County, Mississippi, United States of America