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Crimlisk, Crimlis, and Crimlish
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The Crimlisk study

A list of known Crimlisk migrations between countries.

England to America

England to Australia

1951: John Wheeler Crimlis, Filey, 1908 - ? (from Southampton)
1951: Margaret Crimlis née Jensen (from Southampton)
1955: Margaret Crimlis née Jensen (from London)

England to Wales

1906 (approx): John W Crimlis, Filey, 1884 - 1907

Ireland to America

1805: John Crimisk and Catherine Crimlisk.
Between 1834 and 1855: Patrick Crimlisk
Between 1839 and 1845: John Crimlisk and Cecelia McDermott Crimlisk
Between 1840 and 1862: James Crimlisk
Between 1842 and 1876: Danel Crimlisk
Between 1843 and 1860: John Crimlisk
Between 1843 and 1860: Mary McCarron
Between 1843 and 1860: James Crimlisk
Between 1843 and 1860: Mary Crimlisk
Between 1845 and 1862: Fannie Crimlisk
Between 1845 and 1864: Michael Crimlisk
Between 1845 and 1864: Margaret McLaughlin
Between 1856 and 1876: Celia Crimlisk
Between 1868 and 1887: Daniel Crimlisk
Between 1868 and 1887: Ann Crimlisk
Between 1868 and 1887: Mary A Crimlisk
1870: Neil Crimlisk probably with his wife Bridget McColgan
1873: Mary G Holleran
1880: John Crimlisk
1883: Mary McHenery
Between 1896 and 1915: Susan T Sweeney
1922: Daniel Crimlisk
1922: Elizabeth L Crimlisk
1922: Mary E Crimlisk
1923 Thomas Crimlish

Ireland to Australia

1852: James Crimlisk
1852: Mary Orrel

Ireland to Canada

Between 1814 and 1851: Philip Crimlisk
Between 1821 and 1851: Anne Crimlisk

Ireland to England

1838: Thomas Crimlisk and family left Cleggan, Co. Galway, Ireland and moved to Rottingdean, Sussex, England.
The family was:

Mary McDevitt also moved from Ireland to England, possibly with Thomas Crimlisk and family.

N.B. Prior to 1922 relocation from Ireland to England did not involve a change of nationality, but it was a significant logistical challenge, and had consequences for this One-name study. Therefore we are happy to list this as a "migration".