Other Troys and Miscellaneous

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Archbishop John Thomas Troy (Dublin) 1739-1823.

From Maurie Thompson WA. (Rumored to be the Father of Patrick Troy, but no evidence to date) Father was James Troy and his Mother was Mary Neville. He had 3 younger brothers, William b 1741, Walter b 1742, and James b 1748, as well as 3 sisters, last of whom was b 1755 John attended School in Liffey st. Smithfield , Dublin. He was born in 1739, near Porterstown, Parish of Blanchardstown, County of Dublin. He died 11/5/1823. There is also a Death notice for a Doctor Thomas Lee, Esq, MD, Stated as being a Nephew.

Meaning "Footsoldier"

Captain Patrick and Hilda Troy WA

An Irish emigrant who set sail for the US and later settled in Melbourne. He married and then moved his family to Albany WA (See WA Troy website in "Links"} (Photo Maurie Thompson WA)

CastleTroy (Blacks Castle) 1216-1272, Located in CastleTroy, a suburb of Limerick, Ireland (Photo Castle Troy University)

Regarded as a son but more likely the Grandson of Thomas and Catherine Troy of Cootamundra and Stockinbingal (See Dinga Dingi Page ) (Photo Gwen Smith Cootamundra)

Hotel was opend by James Troy in 1879, Formerly known as the "Shamrock Inn". Property owned by Catherine Dacey. (see Dinga Dingi Page) (Photo: Gwen Smith, Cootamundra )