BRENNEN FAMILY CHRONICLES© Christopher Earls Brennen
Datafile 1M. American Traces
1790 US Census
In the 1790 U.S. census the only Brennen I could find is listed as a store or company with the name of ``Dollaghan and Brennen''. This building was in St. Phillip's and St. Michael's Parish, Charlestown District, South Carolina. It is listed as housing two adult males, presumably the proprietors, and one female.
Brennen Arrivals in the US
The following are some records of the arrival in the United States of individuals with the surname Brennen. References:
- ``Passenger and Immigration Lists Index'', first edition, edited by P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer, Gale Research Company, Detroit Michigan. Plus the 1982 and 1983 Supplements to the first index. Four digit numbers refer to this listing and the following quoted sources:
(8258) ``New York Alien Residents, 1825-1848'' compiled by K. Scott and R. Conway, Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, 1978.
(9291) Index to records of Alien's Declarations of Intention and/or Oaths of Allegiance, 1789-1880 in U.S.Circuit Court, U.S.District Court, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Quarter Sessions Court, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Volume 1. Compiled by U.S. Works Project Administration, Project Number 20837. Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission.
(9296) ``Lists of immigrants who applied for naturalization papers in the district courts of Allegany County, Pennsylvania'' compiled by the Western Penn. Genealogical Society, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1978 (volume 2)
- ``The Famine Immigrants'' (Irish immigrants landed in N.Y. from 1847- 1851), edited by Ira A. Glazier in association with Michael H.Tepper.
- ``Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research'' (2 volumes) by Margaret Dickson Falley, Genealogical Publ.Co., Dept.C, 1001 N.Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21202.
- ``Irish settlers on the American Frontier, 1770-1900'', Irish Genealogical Foundation, P.O.Box 7575, Kansas City, Mo. 64116.
- ``The All-Ireland Heritage'', a journal published by Donna Reid Hotaling, 2255 Cedar Lane, Vienna, Va. 22180.
- ``Gaelic Gleanings'', a newspaper published by Magee Publications, P.O. Box 26507, Prescott Valley, Ariz. 86312.
Name (Sex) [Age]: Occupation: Arrival date: Arriving in Allegany Co., Pa. : Brennen, John - 1838 Brennen, Thomas - 1846 Arriving in New York aboard ``Panthea'' from Liverpool [B]: Brennen, Eliz.  - May. 4, 1846 Arriving in New York aboard ``Macedonia'' from Liverpool [B]: Brennen, Patrick  Labourer May. 7, 1846 Arriving in New York aboard ``Greenock'' from Liverpool [B]: Brennen, Edward  Labourer Aug.18, 1846 Arriving in New York aboard ``Oxford'' from Liverpool [B]: Brennen, Mary  Dressmaker Aug.22, 1846 Arriving in New York aboard ``Republic'' from Liverpool [B]: Brennen, Pat  - Apr.13, 1847 Brennen, Michael  - Apr.13, 1847 Brennen, Martin  - Apr.13, 1847 Brennen, D. (m)  - Apr.13, 1847 Brennen, U. (f)  Wife Apr.13, 1847 Arriving in New York : Brennen, Andrew - 1848 Arriving in Philadelphia : Brennen, Francis - 1856 Brennen, Franz - 1856 Brennen, John - 1856 Brennen, Christopher - 1868 Brennen, William - 1876 Brennen, William - 1880
Brennan Arrivals in the US
The following are some records of the arrival in the United States of individuals with the surname Brennan.
- ? Brennan from Tanderagee arrived in New York aboard the Brig "Narind" from Newry on Aug.14, 1812. With him were his wife(?) Margaret Brennan of Tanderagee, Bernard Brennan from Castleshone and James White and his family from Castleshone.
- The following Brennan family arrived in New York aboard the "Eolus" Dublin in 1849:
- Edward Brannan, aged 40, Catharine Brannan, aged 30, Patrick Brannan, aged 11, and William Brannan, aged 7. Along with
- Denis Brannan, aged 32, John Brannan, aged 8, and Catharine Brannan, an infant. Along with
- Paul Brannan, aged 40, Denis Brannan, aged 9, and Mary Brannan, aged 7. Along with
- Martin Brannan, aged 40, Mary Brannan, aged 30, John Brannan, aged 6, and Biddy Brannan, an infant.
- Susan Brennan, a 24-year-old single woman (a servant who could read and write) from Donegal arrived in New york on May 25, 1903, on board the "Columbia" from Londonderry. She was going to her sister Mrs. B. Boyce of Federal Street, Philadelphia.
Last updated 1/1/00.
Christopher E. Brennen