As outlined in the Kildare/Wicklow posts page, a Denis Hayde, who was born in Roundwood County Wicklow in 1866, came to Liverpool with sisters Mary, Rosanna and Julie in the 1880s. His older brother Patrick emigrated to America in 1884 and settled in Queens, New York.
Denis met and married Mary Heim (born in Germany) in 1915 while Mary, Rosanna and Julie went to America in the 1890s.
Denis is the son of Thomas and Mary Cahill. Thomas was a shoemaker. He was a son of Patrick and Mary Keogh from Crehelp. He is descended from a Laurence Hayde born about 1740 who lived in the Ballymore Eustace area of Kildare/Wicklow.
Denis and Mary had 4 sons. One had 9 children and emigrated to Dunedin, New Zealand, while the other 3 had 25 children between them. Most of these children, and their descendants, are still in the Liverpool area, although some have moved south or emigrated to America.
This Tree is genetically linked to Trees 1, 9, 10 and 15. This proves a link to Tipperary. Somehow the family migrated north from Tipperary to Wicklow/Kildare.
This tree can be viewed at https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/tree/51528839/family