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townlands in Kilmacteige.

Townlands

There are 48 townlands that we know about in Kilmacteige. This represents 99.6% of all the area in Kilmacteige.

  • Annagh (An tEanach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 514 A, 2 R, 12 P
  • Banada (Beannada) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 916 A, 1 R, 1 P
  • Béal an Chláir (see Belclare (Béal an Chláir) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Beannada (see Banada (Beannada) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Belclare (Béal an Chláir) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 676 A, 3 R, 34 P
  • An Carn (see Carns (An Carn) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Carns (An Carn) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 332 A, 1 R, 16 P
  • Carraigín na nGamhna (see Carrigeenagowna (Carraigín na nGamhna) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Carraun (An Corrán) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 277 A, 2 R, 27 P
  • Carrigeenagowna (Carraigín na nGamhna) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 138 A, 2 R, 10 P
  • Carrowlobaun (Ceathrú an Lóbáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 287 A, 0 R, 18 P
  • Carrownagappul (Ceathrú na gCapall) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 102 A, 1 R, 23 P
  • Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1298 A, 3 R, 38 P
  • Castlecaragh (see Castlerock (aka Castlecaragh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Castlerock (aka Castlecaragh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1134 A, 0 R, 34 P
  • Ceathrú an Lóbáin (see Carrowlobaun (Ceathrú an Lóbáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Ceathrú na gCapall (see Carrownagappul (Ceathrú na gCapall) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • An Cheathrú Riabhach (see Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cill Iúir (see Killure (Cill Iúir) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cill Mhic Thaidhg (see Kilmacteige (Cill Mhic Thaidhg) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cionn Coilleadh (see Kincuillew (Cionn Coilleadh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • An Cladach (see Claddagh (An Cladach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Claddagh (An Cladach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 551 A, 0 R, 36 P
  • Cloonbarry (Cluain Bhearaigh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 443 A, 2 R, 31 P
  • Cloonca (Cluain Catha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 365 A, 3 R, 5 P
  • Cloongoonagh (Cluain gCuanach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 882 A, 1 R, 38 P
  • Cloonydiveen (Cluain Uí Dhuibhín) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 135 A, 1 R, 31 P
  • Cluain Bhearaigh (see Cloonbarry (Cluain Bhearaigh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cluain Catha (see Cloonca (Cluain Catha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cluain gCuanach (see Cloongoonagh (Cluain gCuanach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cluain Uí Dhuibhín (see Cloonydiveen (Cluain Uí Dhuibhín) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cnoc an Chónaí (see Knockahoney (Cnoc an Chónaí) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • An Cnoc Breac (see Knockbrack (An Cnoc Breac) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cnoc na Sligeán (see Knockasliggaun (Cnoc na Sligeán) (aka Knocknasliggaun) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Coill Dá Lao (see Culdaly (Coill Dá Lao) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Coolerecuill (Cúl re Coill) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1318 A, 0 R, 1 P
  • Corr Ráithe (see Corray (Corr Ráithe) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • An Corrán (see Carraun (An Corrán) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Corray (Corr Ráithe) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 240 A, 0 R, 14 P
  • Cregghassaun (Críoch Chasáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 209 A, 1 R, 19 P
  • Críoch Chasáin (see Cregghassaun (Críoch Chasáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Cúl re Coill (see Coolerecuill (Cúl re Coill) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Culdaly (Coill Dá Lao) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1817 A, 3 R, 32 P
  • An Currach Buí (see Curraghboy (An Currach Buí) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Curraghboy (An Currach Buí) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 307 A, 3 R, 20 P
  • Damhros (see Dawros (Damhros) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Dawros (Damhros) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 628 A, 1 R, 26 P
  • Drimina (Droimeanaigh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 636 A, 1 R, 0 P
  • Droim Mártain (see Drummartin (Droim Mártain) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Droimeanaigh (see Drimina (Droimeanaigh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Drummartin (Droim Mártain) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 568 A, 3 R, 14 P
  • An tEanach (see Annagh (An tEanach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Na hEiscreacha (see Eskragh (Na hEiscreacha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Eskragh (Na hEiscreacha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 594 A, 3 R, 22 P
  • Gleann na bhFuath (see Glenawoo (Gleann na bhFuath) (aka Glennawoo) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Glenawoo (Gleann na bhFuath) (aka Glennawoo) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1990 A, 3 R, 0 P
  • Glennawoo (see Glenawoo (Gleann na bhFuath) (aka Glennawoo) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Gort ar Móin (see Gortermone (Gort ar Móin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Gort ar Slinn (see Gortersluin (Gort ar Slinn) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Gortermone (Gort ar Móin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 596 A, 3 R, 21 P
  • Gortersluin (Gort ar Slinn) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1391 A, 2 R, 0 P
  • Killure (Cill Iúir) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 111 A, 3 R, 1 P
  • Kilmacteige (Cill Mhic Thaidhg) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 2169 A, 0 R, 25 P
  • Kincuillew (Cionn Coilleadh) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 811 A, 3 R, 3 P
  • Knockahoney (Cnoc an Chónaí) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 289 A, 2 R, 15 P
  • Knockasliggaun (Cnoc na Sligeán) (aka Knocknasliggaun) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 371 A, 0 R, 9 P
  • Knockbrack (An Cnoc Breac) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 655 A, 3 R, 12 P
  • Knocknasliggaun (see Knockasliggaun (Cnoc na Sligeán) (aka Knocknasliggaun) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Largan (An Leargain) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 795 A, 1 R, 1 P
  • An Leargain (see Largan (An Leargain) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Leitir Brón (see Letterbrone (Leitir Brón) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Letterbrone (Leitir Brón) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1291 A, 3 R, 31 P
  • An Lios Liath (see Lislea (An Lios Liath) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Lislea (An Lios Liath) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 355 A, 3 R, 3 P
  • Meenagleragh (Mín na gCléireach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 891 A, 0 R, 28 P
  • Meenaglogh (Mín na gCloch) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 999 A, 1 R, 31 P
  • Meenamaddoo, Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 482 A, 3 R, 20 P
  • Mín na gCléireach (see Meenagleragh (Mín na gCléireach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Mín na gCloch (see Meenaglogh (Mín na gCloch) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • An Nuachabháil (see Oughaval (An Nuachabháil) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Oughaval (An Nuachabháil) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 187 A, 2 R, 34 P
  • Ounagh (Uamhnacha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 831 A, 3 R, 6 P
  • An Rú (see Rue (An Rú) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Rue (An Rú) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 720 A, 2 R, 34 P
  • Tamhnaigh an Éillín (see Tawnaneilleen (Tamhnaigh an Éillín) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Tawnaneilleen (Tamhnaigh an Éillín) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 643 A, 2 R, 25 P
  • Tobar Roda (see Toberroddy (Tobar Roda) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Toberroddy (Tobar Roda) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 232 A, 1 R, 37 P
  • Toorlestraun (Tuar Loistreáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 251 A, 3 R, 26 P
  • Tuar Loistreáin (see Toorlestraun (Tuar Loistreáin) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Na Tulacha Glasa (see Tullaghaglass (Na Tulacha Glasa) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Tulaigh Mhuaidhe (see Tullymoy (Tulaigh Mhuaidhe) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Tulaigh na gClog (see Tullanaglug (Tulaigh na gClog) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)
  • Tullaghaglass (Na Tulacha Glasa) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1086 A, 2 R, 30 P
  • Tullanaglug (Tulaigh na gClog) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 580 A, 2 R, 13 P
  • Tullymoy (Tulaigh Mhuaidhe) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 249 A, 2 R, 1 P
  • Uamhnacha (see Ounagh (Uamhnacha) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo)

 

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Cathal Brugha

 

Cathal Brugha

 

He proposed a Republican constitution at the 1917 Sinn Féin convention which was unanimously accepted. In October 1917 he became Chief of Staff of the Irish Republican Army and held that post until March 1919.

Brugha was born in Dublin of mixed Roman Catholic and Protestant parentage. His father, Thomas, was a cabinet maker and antique dealer who had been disinherited by his family for marrying a Catholic.[1]

He was the tenth of fourteen children and was educated at the Jesuit Belvedere College but was forced to leave at the age of sixteen because of the failure of his father’s business. He went on to set up a church candle manufacturing firm with two brothers, Anthony Burgess and Vincent Lalor Burgess, and took on the role of travelling salesman

 

 

Brugha, Cathal by James Quinn
Brugha, Cathal (1874–1922), revolutionary, was born Charles William St John
Burgess 18 July 1874 at 13 Richmond Avenue, Fairview, Dublin, tenth among
fourteen children (four sons and ten daughters) of Thomas Burgess (d. 1899), art
dealer and native of Carlow, and Maryanne Burgess (née Flynn). Thomas
Burgess was a protestant but his wife was a catholic, and the children were
raised as catholics; young Charles was particularly devout in his religious
observances. The home was strongly nationalist: Thomas Burgess was a fervent
Parnellite and may have been a Fenian. Charles received his primary education
at the Colmkille Schools, Dominick St., and entered Belvedere College in 1888.
He intended to study medicine but his schooling was cut short in 1890 when his
father’s business failed. He started work as a clerk in Hayes & Finch, a church
supplies firm, later becoming a travelling salesman.
Although small in height, he was strong and wiry and a fine all-round athlete,
excelling at boxing, swimming, cycling, gymnastics, cricket, and rugby. He had
an austere and determined manner, and did not smoke, drink, or swear. He
joined the Gaelic League in 1899, and soon became a fluent Irish-speaker,
changing his name to ‘Cathal Brugha’ and concentrating on Gaelic culture and
sports. In 1908 he was elected president of the League’s Keating branch (to
1922), which was a hotbed of separatism, and he was closely involved in
campaigning for compulsory Irish in the NUI. At a Gaelic League meeting in 1909
in Birr, King’s Co. (Offaly), he met Kathleen Kingston (1879–1959) and they
married in Dublin on 8 February 1912. Because of misgivings about working for
an English-owned business, in 1909 he and two fellow employees, Anthony and
Vincent Lalor, founded Lalor Ltd, a candlemaking firm based at 14 Lower
Ormond Quay; Brugha became a director and travelling salesman. Joining the
IRB in 1908, he used contacts made on his travels to recruit into the movement.
He was elected first lieutenant in C company, 4th Dublin battalion of the Irish
Volunteers in November 1913, and by spring 1914 he was battalion adjutant. He
led the advance column of Volunteers that landed arms at Howth, Co. Dublin, on
26 July 1914.
During the 1916 rising, the 4th battalion held the South Dublin Union and Brugha
was vice-commandant to Eamonn Ceannt (qv). In fierce fighting at the Union
complex on Thursday 27 April Brugha was badly wounded and became
separated from his unit, but managed single-handed to hold off a large body of
British troops despite multiple bullet and shrapnel wounds. Ceannt found him
propped against a wall in a pool of his own blood clutching a pistol as he defiantly
sang ‘God save Ireland’ and taunted the attacking troops. On Friday he seemed
close to death and was moved to the Union hospital. He was later treated in
Dublin Castle and George V hospitals and was so badly wounded that he was
discharged in August 1916 as incurable, by which time his detention order had
expired. After a long convalescence he made a partial recovery, but he continued
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to suffer great pain from his wounds, was badly lamed, and generally moved
around by bicycle.
In November 1916 he began efforts to revive the Volunteers, presiding over a
conference in Dublin of about fifty members. He was arrested and briefly
imprisoned when he addressed a public demonstration (10 June 1917)
demanding the immediate release of all political prisoners. A fervent republican,
he was elected to the party executive at the Sinn Féin convention in October
1917 and argued successfully for the adoption of a republican constitution. He
saw himself primarily as a soldier and was suspicious of politics: he rarely
attended Sinn Féin meetings and concentrated on arming and reorganising the
Irish Volunteers, serving as their chief of staff (October 1917–April 1919). During
the conscription crisis of spring 1918 he strongly opposed Sinn Féin’s
cooperation with the Irish parliamentary party, and resigned from the party
executive in April 1918. He travelled to London with a party of twelve Volunteers
intent on assassinating British government ministers if conscription were imposed
on Ireland; organising an attack on the British cabinet remained his pet project
throughout the war of independence.
He was elected TD for Waterford in December 1918. In the absence of the
imprisoned Éamon de Valera (qv) and Arthur Griffith (qv) he was elected acting
president (priomh-aire) of the first dáil (22 January 1919), but resigned the
presidency in de Valera’s favour on 1 April 1919 and was appointed minister for
defence. One of the few leading separatists to remain at large throughout 1918–
21, he was often on the run, but for much of the time he continued to work as a
travelling salesman for Lalor’s, and remitted his ministerial salary to his assistant
Richard Mulcahy (qv), preferring that his dáil work should be unpaid. Close
friends spoke of his courtesy and kindness, but to others he often seemed stern
and aloof; he did not encourage discussion and gave his opinions with directness
and finality. A strict disciplinarian, he strongly disapproved of independent actions
by Volunteers without dáil approval, and often insisted that those involved be
punished. He was particularly anxious to avoid civilian casualties, and only
reluctantly gave way to the shooting of police detectives and intelligence officers.
However, his contact with active Volunteers was limited and some considered
him ‘hopelessly out of touch’ (Béaslaí, ii, 99) with the IRA campaign on the
ground. The decentralised nature of the IRA, the independence of local
commanders, and the influence of other general staff officers – particularly
Michael Collins (qv) – meant that Brugha’s control of the army was always
problematic. On 20 August 1919 he proposed that Volunteers and dáil deputies
should take an oath of allegiance to the Irish republic and its government, Dáil
Éireann; while many individuals and units took the oath, the proposal was never
formally approved by the IRA. One notable occasion when he asserted his
authority was before ‘Bloody Sunday’ (21 November 1920), when he removed
several names from Collins’s assassination list, claiming there was insufficient
information against them.
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Brugha was particularly anxious to counteract the IRB’s influence over the IRA.
After 1916 he quit the IRB, believing that the conflict of authority between the IRB
military council and Volunteer leadership had sabotaged the rising, and that as
republicanism became a mass movement there was no need for a secret
organisation. His suspicions of the IRB were aggravated by the fact that Collins
was its head. Brugha had long resented the power that Collins – a fellow cabinet
member but nominal military subordinate – had over defence matters. Given
Collins’s positions as IRA adjutant general and director of intelligence, his
activities extended into many areas that Brugha considered his domain. The
situation was further complicated when, after the arrest of acting president Griffith
in November 1920, Brugha declined the presidency and it was assumed by
Collins. Although he had reasonable cause for complaint that Collins was
usurping some of his department’s functions, Brugha also harboured a strong
personal resentment of Collins’s popularity and mystique. With ample scope for
conflicts of authority, an ill-concealed antagonism simmered on between them
throughout the war of independence and beyond.
Brugha strongly declined membership of the delegation selected to negotiate
with the British government in September 1921, preferring to remain unknown
should the talks fail and fighting recommence. While the negotiations proceeded,
de Valera attempted to bring republican hardliners such as Brugha and Austin
Stack (qv) around to his concept of ‘external association’ with the British
commonwealth, which Brugha was grudgingly prepared to tolerate. He strongly
opposed the treaty and spoke passionately against it in the dáil (7 January 1922).
He claimed that the treaty was ‘national suicide’ since it meant surrendering the
independent republic declared in 1916 and ratified in 1919. Stung by claims that
Collins was ‘the man who won the war’, Brugha made a bitter personal attack on
him. He questioned whether Collins had ever fired a shot for Ireland and implied
that he was a publicity seeker whose reputation had been inflated by
sensationalist newspapers. He described him as ‘merely a subordinate in the
department of defence’ and remarked that in dealing mainly with Griffith and
Collins ‘the British government selected its men … because they knew they were
the two weakest men we had on the team’ (Debate, 326, 333). Even many antitreatyites
were appalled by this attack, which damaged Brugha’s reputation far
more than Collins’s.
After the dáil approved the treaty, Brugha was replaced as minister for defence
by Mulcahy. In March 1922 he became a vice-president of the anti-treaty
Cumann na Poblachta, and in these months often restrained extreme
republicans. At the anti-treaty IRA conference of 26–7 March he opposed
proposals to stage an immediate military coup and to attack British soldiers who
had not yet evacuated, but he later argued at a public meeting in Navan in April
that the army was bound by its oath to the republic and was justified in
temporarily assuming the functions of government. He took no part in negotiating
the electoral pact of 20 May, claiming that by this stage he was ‘sick of politics’,
and wished only to see both sides unite and mount an expedition to defend
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embattled northern nationalists. On 16 June he was elected TD for Waterford–
Tipperary East, coming third in a five-seat constituency. When the shelling of the
Four Courts started the civil war (28 June), he reported for duty to the Hammam
hotel in Upper O’Connell St., which with the Gresham and Granville hotels had
been taken over by anti-treatyites. The hotels soon came under heavy fire and by
5 July were untenable. Most of the defenders surrendered, but Brugha fought on.
With the Granville ablaze, he charged into the street that now bears his name,
firing a pistol, and was shot in the thigh and seriously wounded. He died 7 July
1922 in the Mater hospital, Dublin, and was buried in the republican plot in
Glasnevin cemetery.
He was survived by his wife, Caitlín Brugha, who was elected Sinn Féin TD for
Waterford (1923–7), five daughters, and a son, Ruairí (b. 1917), who became
Fianna Fáil TD for South Co. Dublin (1973–7) and married Máire, daughter of
Terence MacSwiney (qv).
Even in a movement of zealous men and women, Brugha’s zeal was exceptional.
Immovable on points of principle, he was fixated on the idea of the republic.
Many of the tributes paid to him after his death reflected a mixture of admiration
for his tenacity and exasperation at his intransigence. Piaras Béaslaí (qv), once a
close friend, noted that ‘his leonine courage was accompanied by an almost
taurine obstinacy’ (Béaslaí, i, 79). Collins was deeply moved by his death and
reflected: ‘Because of his sincerity, I would forgive him anything. At worst he was
a fanatic though in what has been a noble cause. At best I number him among
the very few who have given their all … that this country should have its freedom.
When many of us are forgotten, Cathal Brugha will be remembered’ (quoted in
Taylor, 236).
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Debate on the treaty between Great Britain and Ireland signed in London on 6
December 1921 (1922); Seán Ó Ceallaigh, ‘Cathal Brugha – as I knew him’,
Catholic Bulletin, 12 (1922), 485–96; id. (Sceilg), Cathal Brugha (1942); id., A
trinity of martyrs (1947); Piaras Beaslaí, Michael Collins and the making of a new
Ireland (2 vols, 1926), i, 78–9, 157, 270; ii, 99, 336–8, 408; Frank Pakenham,
Peace by ordeal (1935); Rex Taylor, Michael Collins (1958); Dorothy Macardle,
The Irish republic (1968); Tómas Ó Dochartaigh, Cathal Brugha, a shaol is a
thréithe (1969); Ernie O’Malley, The singing flame (1978); Micheál Ó Cillín,
‘Cathal Brugha, 1874–1922’, Dublin Hist. Rec., xxxviii, no. 4 (1985), 141–9;
Beathaisnéis, v; Michael Laffan, The resurrection of Ireland: the Sinn Féin party
1916–23 (1999), 118, 138, 271, 267, 282, 382, 405; Michael Hopkinson, The
Irish war of independence (2002).
James Quinn, ‘Brugha, Cathal’, Dictionary of Irish Biography (Cambridge
University Press, 2009), vol 1, pp 951–954.

 

Arthur Griffith

 

Arthur Griffith

Arthur Joseph Griffith (IrishArt Seosamh Ó Gríobhtha; 31 March 1871 – 12 August 1922) was an Irish politician and writer, who founded and later led the political party Sinn Féin. He served as President of Dáil Éireann from January to August 1922, and was chairman of the Irish delegation at the negotiations in London that produced the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921.

 

Arthur Joseph Griffith was born at 61 Upper Dominick Street, Dublin on 31 March 1871, of distant Welsh lineage.[1] A Roman Catholic,[2] he was educated by the Irish Christian Brothers. He worked for a time as a printer before joining the Gaelic League, which was aimed at promoting the restoration of the Irish language.

His father had been a printer on The Nation newspaper — Griffith was one of several employees locked out in the early 1890s due to a dispute with a new owner of the paper. The young Griffith was a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB). He visited South Africa from 1897 to 1898, after the defeat and death of Charles Stewart Parnell whose more moderate views he had initially supported, while recovering from tuberculosis. There he supported the Boers against British expansionism and was a strong admirer of Paul Kruger.[citation needed]

In 1899, on returning to Dublin, he co-founded the weekly United Irishman newspaper with his associate William Rooney, who died in 1901. On 24 November 1910, Griffith married his fiancée, Maud Sheehan, after a fifteen-year engagement; they had a son and a daughter.

First Dáil

First Dáil

 

The First Dáil (IrishAn Chéad Dáil) was Dáil Éireann as it convened from 1919–1921. It was the first meeting of the unicameral parliamentof the revolutionary Irish Republic. In 1919 candidates who had been elected in the Westminster elections of 1918 refused to recognise the Parliament of the United Kingdom and instead established an independent legislature in Dublin called “Dáil Éireann” (English: Assembly of Ireland). The establishment of the First Dáil occurred on the same day as the outbreak of the Irish War of Independence. After elections in 1921 the First Dáil was succeeded by the Second Dáil of 1921–1922.

Thomas Patrick Ashe (1885-1917)

Thomas Patrick Ashe

 Martyr Thomas Ashe
Thomas Patrick Ashe (IrishTomás Pádraig Ághas; 12 January 1885 – 25 September 1917)
A member of  the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) and  founding member of the Irish Volunteers.
Born in the townland of Kinard East, LispoleDingleCounty Kerry, Ireland, to Gregory Ashe, a farmer, and his wife Ellen Hanifin, on 12 January 1885,
Ashe started branches of the Gaelic League in Skerries and other neighbouring villages. According to his sister Nora he would get the children to march over a union jack.[5]
Ashe joined the Irish Volunteers upon its foundation in November 1913.
 Thomas Ashe Memorial in Cavan
Commanding the Fingal battalion (5th battalion) of the Irish Volunteers, Ashe took a major part in the 1916 Easter Rising outside the capital city.
On 8 May 1916, Ashe and Éamon de Valera were court-martialled and both were sentenced to death. The sentences were commuted to penal servitude for life. Ashe was imprisoned in Frongoch Internment camp and Lewes Prison in England. While in prison he wrote the poem “Let Me Carry Your Cross for Ireland, Lord”.
With the entry of the US into World War I in April 1917, the British government was put under more pressure to solve the ‘Irish problem’. De Valera, Ashe and Thomas Hunter led a prisoner hunger strike on 28 May 1917 to add to this pressure. With accounts of prison mistreatment appearing in the Irish press and mounting protests in Ireland, Ashe and the remaining prisoners were freed on 18 June 1917 by Lloyd George as part of a general amnesty.

Thomas Ashe was released from jail in June 1917 under the general amnesty which was given to republican prisoners. Upon release, Ashe returned to Ireland and began a series of speaking engagements. In August 1917, Ashe was arrested and charged with sedition for a speech that he made in BallinaleeCounty Longford where Michael Collins had also been speaking. He went on the run but was captured in Dublin and detained at the Curragh but was then transferred to Mountjoy Prison in Dublin.

He was convicted and sentenced to two years hard labour. Ashe and other prisoners, including other Kerrymen Fionán Lynch and Austin Stack, demanded prisoner of war status. As this protest evolved Ashe again went on hunger strike on 20 September 1917. As this was a breach of prison discipline the authorities retaliated by taking away the prisoners’ beds, bedding and boots. After five or six days lying on a cold stone floor the prisoners were subjected to forcible feeding.

On 25 September, Fionan Lynch saw Ashe being carried away to receive this treatment and called out to him: ‘ Stick it Tom boy’. Ashe called back ‘I’ll stick it, Fin’. That was the last time they spoke to each other. Ashe was carried back, blue in the face and unconscious. He was removed to the Mater Misericordiae Hospital (which actually faces the prison) where he died within a few hours. “Tom Ashe’s body lay in state in the hospital morgue, dressed in his Volunteer Republican uniform, and 30,000 mourners filed by.[14]

At the inquest into his death, the jury condemned the staff at the prison for the “inhuman and dangerous operation performed on the prisoner, and other acts of unfeeling and barbaric conduct”.[15]

 Another Good Irishman Killed  by the British for His Fighting for His Country they invaded 800 years prior. Get Our Of my Country they said, rightfully. It finally happened in 1922. RIP.

County Sligo Cemeteries

 

County Sligo Cemeteries

http://www.genealogylinks.net/uk/ireland/sligo/sligo-cemeteries.htm

 

Ahamlish Cemetery
Ballinakill Cemetery
Ballintogher;Killery Cemetery
Ballygawley Church;Kilross Cemetery
Banada Abbey Headstone Inscriptions
Boyle; Templeronan Cemetery (partial listing)
Boyle; Killaraght Cemetery (partial listing)
Calry Cemetery
Carrigans Ballinfull Headstones
Carrowanty Cemetery 
Curry Church; includes New & Old Cemetery
Drumcliffe; St. Columba’s Church Gravestones
Easky, Roslea Cemetery
Grangemore Burial Ground

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Gurteen; Gurteen Cemetery 
Keelogues Cemetery
Kilmacowen Cemetery Headstone Inscriptions
Lisadell Cemetery; Headstone Photos
Misc Monumental Inscriptions
Old Ballisodare Cemetery 
Rathcormack Cemetery MI’s
Rosses Point Cemetery
Saint Columbas Cemetery 
Saint Joseph Cemetery (partial listing)
Scarden Cemetery Headstone Inscriptions
Sooey Cemetery
Templeboy Parish; Corcagh Cemetery
Templeboy Parish; Monumental Inscriptions
Tubbercurry; St. George’s Church of Ireland Cemetery
Thurlestrane ; St Attracta’s Church

 

 

Killasser Parish, Mayo, Ireland (Sligo, Ireland)

 

About

About

Killasser

Killasser is a rural parish situated north-west of Swinford, County Mayo, in the West of Ireland. It stretches from the County Sligo border on the north and east to the River Moy on the south and from the parishes of Attymass and Toomore (Foxford) on the west to the parish of Charlestown on the south-east. The N26 road from Swinford to Foxford, which can be accessed from the N5 Castlebar/Dublin road, runs through the parish. The area of the civil parish is eighty square kilometres, containing 7,963 hectares. It has an oblong shape from west to east, and is shown on the Ordnance Survey sixinch scale maps with sheet numbers 49, 50, 61 and 62 for County Mayo. The place-name Killasser is ecclesiastical in origin, an Anglicised version of the Irish, Cill Lasrachwhich means ‘the church of Lasair’. Cill Lasrach got the name from an eighth century Fermanagh-woman, Saint Lasair, whose name is preserved in her native district of Killesher ( Cill Laisre) near Lough Macnean in the south-west of the county. Her father was said to be Rónán, who gave his name to the parish of Kilronan (Cill Rónáin), which is situated near Keadew in north Roscommon. St. Lasair is said to have lived for some time with her father in Kilronan along the shore of Loch Maothla (now Lough Meelagh).

With regard to the civil parish of Killasser, it was a larger area than the present Catholic Church parish. The townlands of Askillaun, Attimachugh, Larganmore and part of Coollagagh (excluding the area known as Coolegrane which is in Killasser/Callow) are in the Catholic parish of Foxford, and Tumgesh is in the Catholic parish of Swinford. Otherwise, it is similar to the old medieval parish unit. District Electoral Divisions were adopted as units for compiling voting registers in respect of local and national elections following the enactment of the Local Government (Ireland) Act of 1898. Killasser was divided into three District Electoral Divisions, Callow, Cuildoo and Tumgesh, with the actual townlands in each shown in table 1.1. (Two adjoining townlands, Cloonygowan and Pollsharvoge were also included in Cuildoo District Electoral Division.)

Table 1.1: Townlands in the District Electoral Divisions of Killasser

Callow DED Cuildoo DED Tumgesh DED

Askillaun    Blackpatch    Attinaskollia

Attimachugh    Boleyboy    Bellanacurra

Callow   Carrowbeg   Carroweeny

Carrowmore    Carrowmoremoy    Carrowliam Beg

Carrownageeragh    Carrowneden    Carrowliam More

Coollagagh    Coolcashla    Cartron

Corlee    Creggaballagh    Cartronmacmanaus

Cuillonaghtan    Cuildoo    Cloonainra

Cullin    Doonmaynor    Clooncleevragh

Doonty    Dromada(Duke)   Cloonfinish

Knockfadda    Graffy    Cloontubbrid

Larganmore    Killeen    Cornageeha

Prebaun    Lismoran    Creggaun

Toorard    Listernan    Darhanagh

Treanrevagh Magheraboy Dromada (Gore)

Rubble Dromada (Joyce)

Tiraninny Drumagh

Drumalooaun

Knockmanagh

Knockmullin

Knocknaskeagh

Knocks

Lislaughna

Loobnamuck

Tulleague

Tumgesh

Archaeology

Killasser has a rich archaeological heritage, with evidence of human habitation for over five thousand years. Over three hundred archaeological monuments were identified in a major local survey carried out between 1988 and 1991, nearly a third of which were then unrecorded on maps or in literature. The wealth of antiquities in Killasser is by any standards remarkable, representing all periods from the Neolithic Age ( c. 3500 to 2000 BC) to recent times, and include megalithic tombs, pre-bog walls and enclosures, pre-historic habitation-sites, mounds, cairns, ringbarrows, standing-stones, stone alignments, fulachta fiadhcrannóga, ringforts, souterrains, early ecclesiastical sites, bullaun-stones, children’s burial grounds, mills, lime-kilns and several other monuments from the recent past. The parish is really an open-air archaeological museum.

History

The first church site in Killasser was a monastic settlement in the townland of Knockmullin and was later given the name Cill Lasrach, from which the parish got its name. There is also another possible monastic site in Graffy townland, known as Cill tSeiscneáin, Anglicised as Kilsheshnan. Teampall Maol in Coollagagh beside the Yellow river is also a monastic site. The ruins of a church can be seen in a ringfort in the townland of Carrowneden, which possibly dates from the late medieval period. There is another possible medieval site in Cullin. The original structure of the present Church in Callow was erected in 1811/12 and Killasser Church in 1832. The history of the parish was a constant struggle for survival, especially during and immediately after the Great Famine from 1845 to 1850. No one can even imagine the pain and suffering endured in those dreadful times, or indeed the pain of emigration and migration over generations. The population of the civil parish declined from 6,962 in 1841 to 4,852 in 1851 after the Great Famine. It was 4,213 in 1911, a figure that declined to 1,035 by 2006.

The influence of its sons and daughters has extended throughout the world. Priests and religious sisters have served the Church in North and South America, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Britain and Ireland. Other sons and daughters have made huge contributions to society at home and away.

Bibliography

Boran, Marie, Mulligan, Helen, McNulty, Louis, (eds.) Callow School: A Celebration. Ni Chiaráin, Áine,(ed.) Callow Church 1812-2012: The Church and its Community.

O’Hara, Bernard ,Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish.*

O’Hara, Bernard, The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co Mayo.

The above are in print and can be obtained from:

Killasser/Callow Heritage Society,

Carrowmoremoy,

Killasser,

Swinford ,

Co. Mayo.

* Note:

Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish can also be obtained as an eBook from the Apple iBookstore (for reading on iPad and iPhone), from

Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk (Kindle and Kindle Fire) and from

Barnesandnoble.com (Nook tablet and eReader). Just look for

Killasser:

Heritage of a Mayo Parish

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Hearth Money Roll – Sligo,1665

 

 

Hearth Money Roll – Sligo,1665

http://www.failteromhat.com/sligohearth.php

 

 

Hearth Money Roll for the Parish - Achonry
 

Parish Surname Forename Townland Townland View Source

Achonry

Armstrong George Aconry Achonry 01 Armstrong Robert Congell Cunghill 01 Barrett Roger Bellaghy Bellahy

02 Bayer William Tullihugh Tullyhugh

02 Bell Umphrey Carrownvy Carrowntawa 02 Boswell Jennett Tullihugh Tullyhugh 02 Bourke John Carrowreagh Carrowreagh

03 Bourke Richard Carrowreagh Carrowreagh 03 Boyle Connor Carrownvy Carrowntawa 03 Branagh Richard Ducharne Carrowntawa 03 Branagh Walter Rathscanlane Rathscanlan 03 Brenane Thomas Rathscanlane Rathscanlan 04 Brohlinane John Aconry Achonry 04 Connor Edmond Runbane Rinbaun 07 Costellow Thomas Bellaghy Bellahy 08 Creane Henry Ramagory Rathmagurry 08 Gilternagh Hugh Carrowcarragh Carrowcarragh 18 Gowne James Mollane Mullaun 19 Haddoge George Bellaghy Bellahy 20 Hammon Thomas Derrinasly Bellahy 20 Hara Cormac Cashell Cashel North 21 Hara Oliver Dowmor Doomore 21 Harmon John Bellaghy Bellahy 20 Higgin Brian Aconry Achonry 23 Hussey Thomas Bellaghy Bellahy 23 Kerke William Mointagh Mointagh 25 Lindell Edward Mointagh Montiagh 27 Marston John Bellaghy Bellahy 28 McCanann Manus Mackalta Muckelty 05 McCannolly Rory Carroloheny Muckelty 05 McCarrag John Cloonebanne Cloonbaniff 05 McConnolly Terlagh Carroloheny Cloonbaniff 07 McConnolly Faragh Carroloheny Cloonbaniff 08 McConnor John Runbane Rinbaun 07 McCorroghy Arilubell Bellaghy Bellahy 08 McCuorkane Manus Cashel Cashel North 09 McDonnagh Moragh Leacoile Laughil 11 McEnchada John Mollane Mullaun 13 McGlennaine Brian Carrowreagh Carrowreagh 19 McGuire Roger Coilerawer Coolrawer 20 McHenry Thomas Mackalta Muckelty 22 McLenany John Ducharne Muckelty 27 McLunaree Brian Cloondorar Cloondorragha 28 McManus Owen Leacoill Laughil 28 McManus Terlagh Cloondorar Cloondorragha 28 McMorrey Cahall Dowmor Doomore 29 McNormully Teige Druimbane Drumbaun 31 McSteene Thomas Cashell Cashel North 35 McSwyne Mulmora (of Ballymurry) Druimbane Drumbaun 35 McSwyne Terlagh Carrownvy Carrowntawa 35 McSyda Mathew Cashel Cashel North 36 McTaoyre Laughlin Cashell Cashel North 36 McWarde Gorry Leitrim Leitrim North 37 McWarde Patrick Leitrim Leitrim North 37 Moyanagh Neale Congell Cunghill 30 Nipper James Cashel Cashel North 31 O’Birne Laughlin Ramagorry Rathmagurry 02 O’Brenane Laughlin Ducharne Rathmagurry 04 O’Cluane Connor Carrowmore Carrowmore 06 O’Comane Owen Maolagha Moylough 06 O’Connel Cahall Carrowcarragh Carrowcarragh 06 O’Connell Teige Carrowcarragh Carrowcarragh 06 O’Connor Cahir Mointagh Montiagh 07 O’Donnell Conne Shessmcarray Sessuegarry 11 O’Donnellaine Teige Aconry Achonry 11 O’Douire Neale Cullivelly Cully 12 O’Dowane Gilladuffe Mackalta Muckelty 12 O’Dowane James Mackalta Muckelty 12 O’Fafarty Teige Corrshallagh Corsallagh 13 O’Faraine Owen Mollane Mallaun 13 O’Fehilly James Maolagha Moylough 14 O’Fury Brian Cullivelly ? Cully 15 O’Hara Cormac Carrowreagh Carrowreagh 21 O’Harane Charles Carrownedin Carrowneden 20 O’Hart Brian Mointagh Mointagh 21 O’Helly Owen Ducharne Mointagh 22 O’Higgin Oghy Coilerawer Coolrawer 23 O’Higgins Eneas Ramagorry Rathmagurry 23 O’Mullanhilly David Leitrim Leitrim North 30 O’Quyn William Carrowmore Carrowmore 32 Ormsby Francis Cashell Cashel North 31 Ormsby Henry Carrownedin Carrowneden 31 O’Ruine Thomas Maolagha Moylough 34 Smith William Corrhy Curry 35 Taafe Christopher Bellaghy Bellahy 36 Whitemore Richard Bellaghy Bellahy 37 Whitemore Richard Derrinasly Bellahy 26

DNA and AncestryDNA.com – do NOT use them!

 

 

 

DNA and AncestryDNA.com – do NOT use them!

There ARE (in the USA) some laws to protect for some of the most commonly THOUGHT OF discriminatory uses many years ago — but with most new technology the law does not keep up with advances — thus the reason for this warning on the first page of a 1000 page website. It IS important, and not trivial. We suggest some basic  prep for DNA testing. #1 establish a alias email address that you use for your DNA testing email (search email alias in your email program). #2 use a  nom de guerre or a nickname not used before, instead of your real name when signing up for and communicating with others in the “DNA world”. These two things are only the basics. And there is an important reason for them that many simply do not know about –DNA CAN BE USED TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST YOU. IT IS RARE AS NO ONE WOULD ADMIT TO IT IF THEY DID SO, AND THIS IS THE REASON FOR SEPARATING YOUR COMMON EMAIL FROM THE DNA TESTING EMAIL (AND NOT USING YOUR NAME).

As with anything, you can always give someone your regular email and your name IF YOU WISH, but when you start it is probably pretty smart to do the above two things so someone cannot easy (and that is the key here…ease of linking your DNA test results to your email or your real name).

As far as employment and insurance are concerned, there are some legal protections– and some risks. There is a federal law prohibiting use of genetic information to discriminate in employment or health insurance. Life and long term disability insurance aren’t included. IF YOU ARE YOUNG, THIS IS SOMETHING YOU MIGHT WANT TO THINK ABOUT (and possibly even consult with DNA Attorneys).

ANCESTRY _DNA_WARNING: We suggest you read the terms and conditions of AncestryDNA.com, (not Ancestry.com, see the final three letters). If you do read the terms, you will understand why WE DO NOT USE AncestryDNA nor do We let anyone We know use their DNA testing service. The problem is those terms matter for You and Your Kids (as their Terms and Conditions essentially give them “a forever license” to use of  YOUR DNA forever, without any royalties or limitations, (so even if they make a discovery, that makes THEM a million dollars off it, you or your descendants will get absolutely nothing). No one knows what the future holds, and unraveling DNA is happening at a breakneck pace today ! Now,  all DNA Testing Companies do a variation on this — but NONE have such a brazenly and OUTRAGEOUS terms (as AncestryDNA.com does)! We suggest the first company to use DNA and Genealogy *(and we have zero interests in them, We just know they are the best). As for the “biggest” data — far from it. Wouldn’t you think the first company might have the “biggest”? Even so, that is easily overcome with a site called GEDmatch.com, so read on please.

IT IS SIMPLY NOT WORTH THE RISK

 

AncestryDNA issues are simple to avoid — use another company to test and match your DNA. Several exist, including the first company established to test DNA and match it to other closely related people, essentially your Family, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd (or more) Cousins. It is the final frontier as it is the ultimate proof and the key to Human life as DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid is a molecule that carries the genetic instructions used in the growth, development, functioning and reproduction of all known living organisms and many viruses). DNA and RNA are nucleic acids; alongside proteins, lipids and complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides) — they are one of the four major types of macromolecules that are essential for all known forms of life.
Most DNA molecules consist of two biopolymer strands coiled around each other to form a double helix.

 

So, suffice it to say that DNA has all the Ancestry information We need — and a whole lot more ! When testing your DNA, it is important to test and not give away all your rights as We are just starting to scratch the surface of DNA research (although it, DNA, was discovered quite some time ago, it is complex “keys to life” and We are just now unraveling it’s secrets. So it is important to “test” it and if you want, use your unique DNA to match with Ancestors or their Desendants.
One thing you do not want to do when testing is give away, all your current and future rights to your unique DNA….do you?
So pay someone to test it — not appropriate it away from you, not knowing exactly what your giving away so that some corporation may profit and not share with you. All this and YOUR PAYING TO TEST IT.
And this is the problem with AncestryDNA.com. They have language in their terms and conditions that should not be in any testing contract. When I test something — say my blood tests — I do not agree to give away anything and everything that may be learned, now and in the future — including other Family members who have closely related DNA.
This is what AncestryDNA.com, gets people to agree to when they have them test their DNA !! Amazing.
We URGE YOU TO GO ELSEWHERE as  We have not and will not use this DNA testing company AncestryDNA.com, with these terms and conditions, just to test our DNA.
Many other companies will do DNA testing without such terms. A test is just that — to test and then, if one wishes, to match to other closely related people, ala “Desendants.”
We do not want to give away the farm just to test our DNA !! Avoid them and use another DNA test !!
A. Your giving them something (your DNA) for nothing. In  the real world, would you give someone your most prized information for nothing? Would you give someone USE of your House, forever, for no compensation? NO ! So do not let AncestryDNA “license” your DNA forever.

Explanation — this is IMPORTANT STUFF !

– When you submit your or anyone’s DNA to AncestryDNA, their T&C (READ the Terms and Conditions) grant them to essentially “take over” the DNA you submitted, forever! DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS! Go elsewhere. If you do not believe Us, We suggest you Google a term like “AncestryDNA perpetual, royalty free license” – or see the below Article which lays it out pretty cleanly, and provides the proof their T&C are onerous. These types of terms, if why WE ALL SHOULD BE READING THOSE T&C – as some can grant them extrodinary powers of your DNA – as other DNA testing companies do not have similar T&C it is as simple as using another, more ethical company to test DNA:

SEE
https://medium.com/@MedicalReport/ancestry-com-takes-dna-ownership-rights-from-customers-and-their-relatives-dbafeed02b9e

 

SNOPES ALSO LAYS IT OUT PRETTY WELL WHY THE TERMS ON ANCESTRYDNA.COM IS NOT ACCEPTABLE *(ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU CONSIDER YOUR PAYING THEM AND THEY GET TO KEEP EVERYTHING FOREVER AFTER THAT IS NOT TOO FAIR).

DNA testing: GENEALOGY AND DNA TESTS

 

 

 

 

DNA testing:

This is a big issue now days.

The mash of DNA testing and traditional Ancestry/Genealogy research is something we have been doing for many years and they do not always mesh together.

DNA is as accurate as possible as it is the key to Life. A cookbook on How We are all assembled. It shows the Truth (as opposed to records sometimes People, or Ancestors wanted to omit) so first off the DNA does not lie. We see posts (on other sites) asking how it could be this or that — sure, mistakes happen once in a blue moon — but done properly, DNA results are irrefutable.

It is important to realize that traditional Ancestry Research, and DNA Ancestry research are two different things -two different “baskets” on said. And, they are usually are not interchangeable given affairs, adoptions, NPEs, and intentionally concealed (or no) traditional BMD records. DNA results do not lie, feel shame, or any of the other things We frail Human Beings do — so, if you compare a Traditional Ancestry  over the last 200 years, with a DNA things probably would not match up (as the DNA would expose everything that was concealed or never entered into the traditional man made records) –as many “events” were concealed, swept under the rug, or otherwise “hidden from sight.” So, all We are trying to say is BE PREPARED when doing DNA testing –it will show that which was not wanted to see the light of day!  NPE’s (Non-Paternal Events) would probably be the most common (but finding you have a relation that you never knew about is always a good thing)!

Unless your line is like the “Royal Family of England” (that has meticulously documented  Ancestry down through the Centuries), and is (allegedly) well recorded — BUT they also were known to have children out of wedlock, which back then was a big “no no” and they could, as they controlled these BMD records,- do what they wanted!

When We “commoners” (as they called “everyday Folk”) do DNA testing, it lays bare that which people, even recently,  tried to Hide or conceal, again, such as NPEs. DNA testing, done properly, does not lie. On the other hand, finding new Relatives is a good thing!

Men have yDNA.

Women have Mitochondrial,  or mtDNA–

But both (everyone) has Autosomal (atDNA) —

 

So if your starting DNA testing use autosomal (atDNA) at first (as it is the best first option for finding lost Family connections in the past 7-10 Generations.

It is exciting if branches of Family, that were lost in the past, are reunited !

atDNA testing is the best suited for finding recent Ancestors from present roughly back 100 years. Most people (unless they had someone who liked Genealogy in their past Family and left cited records) don’t know more than their Grand Parents or Great Grand Parents – is common.

As for Irish, the Irish Famine, or Great Hunger(An Gorta Mor) from 1845-1850 (roughly) has left a terrible mark, and worse memories for the Irish Diaspora, down to this very day – mainly because it was man made Famine! So bad,  that even American Indian’s sent “Maize” shipments to Help Ireland ! Think of that the next time you see an American Indian.

So We suggest you work the DNA, and traditional paper Ancestry or Genealogy  somewhat separately until your VERY experienced (as the  complexity of DNA is immense and the learning curve is quite steep. Most people do not have time to learn DNA. Trying to combine them (at first without great experience) can be daunting especially given the above warnings. More information is always better (till the facts change and make that prior assumption wrong). But, as always one must apply critical thinking throughout.

 

 

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The Families of  the Sligo areas is of Particular interest as  Our Ancestor’s Family hail from these area, generally South Sligo Achonry RC Diocese

 

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Some Historical information (always good to know):

So, Included here (but not limited to) are the records from:(1) Village of Aclare  (Irish: Áth an chláir, meaning “Ford of the plain”) and roughly 50 miles around it in every direction. Formerly, the village of Aclare was originally not part of the same-named Townland, but straddled the border of the adjacent townlands of Lislea and Carns. Later the borders of the Townland were extended to encompass the village. The village is situated on the Inagh (also spelt
The “Eignagh” river, is a tributary of the Moy River (that is West towards Mayo from Aclare, on the Aclare-Swinford Road, and Mayo/Sligo border.
The  Aclare-Swinford Road (Unnamed Road or “Tulleague”), runs roughly East-West from Aclare, Sligo, to Swinford, Mayo. If leaving Aclare heading towards Swinford, Mayo, one passes over the Bridge and turns left, and the following Townlands’ (entrance roads) would pass by:
(2) Claddagh, 
(3) Claddagh,
(4) Stonepark (goes to Knockbrack).

then it continues into Mayo, to Swinford, the next Townland entrances (roughly) being

(5) Carrowleambeg/Carrowliambeg, and eventually crossing the River Moy (nearDrumalooaun, Darhanagh, Co. Mayo)  and continuing to Swinford, Mayo (Townlands not noted here).

 

—–the other direction leaving Aclare—-

Starting again in Aclare — taking the “High Road” (the opposite way from the above noted direction) from Aclare, going towards Tourlestrane (and then Tubberycurry), one passes through the areas of:
(6) Carns (which is essentially where Aclare is)
(7) Lislea,
(8) Banada,
(9) Tourlestrane.

We attempted to record most of the Ancestral Surnames from the above noted areas (South Sligo and parts of Mayo) and merged them with Ancestries from each noted Townlands into a database. This attempt to “track Ancestral Surnames through time” (as well as current technology can). This work is presently ongoing. Over time, We found that our Ancestors were intertwined with most other local Family Ancestors (through Surnames and inter-Marriage) in the area. The baseline for this is when Cromwell ‘s Act for the Settlement of Ireland 1652, and Petty’s Map of Ireland 1654-1656, which both were Major changes in the NorthWest of Ireland.

 Catholic landowners were banished to Connaught (or some fled abroad). Catholic ownership of land fell from sixty percent to less than ten percent following the Act of Settlement in 1652. Their confiscated lands were surveyed and given as payment to Cromwell’s troops for their services while the common people were obliged to submit to new masters. However most of the new Protestant landowners sold their lands and returned home. After Cromwell’s death in 1658 many of the old proprietors had their lands restored during the reign of Charles II after the monarchy was restored in 1660. However the defeat of the supporters of the Catholic James II by the Protestant King William III of Orange in 1691 meant an Anglo-Irish Protestant class would become dominant while the Catholic Irish were reduced to the status of tenants and landless peasants during the Penal Laws and Protestant Ascendency –
But (and a Big One) most things did not really change with the exception of paying rent for lands they previously owned (and that would burn Us big time) and increases in the “land rents” (land Ownership in Ireland is not like most western Countries: or “fee simple” as Leases for “lives” or even thousands of years).
When Michael Davitt’s began the Land League, with the Irish Free State Gov., the Land was eventually bought out by the various Land Boards, and sold to many “Occupiers” or “Tenants”, so in the end, many later Descendants of Families ended up (through the 1900-1950s and still ongoing) owning the Lands their Ancestors were Occupiers on — not all by any means — but many.
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The Surnames We concentrated on are those common to South Sligo Families:  including:
O’Hara,
Leonard,
Walsh,
Donnell
O’Donnell,
Fleming,
Ginty,
McInerney,
Gillian,
Howley,
Haran,
Murray,
Brennan,
Kilcoyne
(and  others such as Murphy, and Frody) – and as each successive Generation came : Birth – (B), joined with other Families (wife changes Surname) – Marriage (M),  and passed -Death (D), or  BMDs (the mainstay of Ancestry research for Centuries) the Surname list were established (We had to have a baseline of a few so many one offs were not in the original project: “Kilmactigue Surnames 2007” as We back  then titled it – now ten years later most are connected back over 150 years)! Most Families probably have no idea of such Surname Ancestry! Odd.y, We found most Surnames in the area were essentially static as the time passed.
Many were present in South Sligo when the  Cromwell’s Conquest of Ireland, 1649-1653, (“To Hell or Connaught“) happened. Over the Generations (albeit at different residences/properties/farms/ areas) some patterns emerged (above and beyond known Emigration) and some are well known, such as Irish Naming patterns — We defined each Generation as 35 Years *(given Irish tendency then to Marry later in life).  Some of Records make it possible to track a Families over the Generations, and even movements within Sligo.
Some  records such as phone books, allow Us to compile comparisons of the Surnames  in the Area to this very day! All this is very exciting, and We hope to host these databases here as soon as the details can be worked out.
The “records” here, generally speaking, are from various sources: including Civil Records, Church Records (BMD, and Confirmations), Land Records, Deeds, Wills, and often (before the advent of Computer Networks) Microfilm/Microfiche (LDS or Mormon Church), Official Ireland Census (and census substitutes) of 1901 and 1911 (presently online) and many, many, others, and with increasing computing power, and new testing (such as DNA) many things never thought possible are emerging.

 

FUTURE

The Irish Census of 1926, WAS approved for early release by (the then) Heritage Minister Jimmy Deenihan on 9 March 2012. and was tenatively said to be ready in 2017 — however, given the lack of movement since then nobody seems to knows IF the 1926 Ireland Census will be released  before the originally scheduled (2027) release. Most have now resigned to waiting another Ten (10) Years.
PRESENT
The Good News is the many  records are available today in addition to those above – such as Griffith’s Valuation of Tenements, Hearth Money Rolls, ect..  We then have multitudes of other small, private records (such as Rent record, and/or Leases), and other Tax or “Cess” Records. The former are mostly all still in Private Hands (Ownership), but some of the latter are in Public Hands (Ownership)  waiting to be released.
In South Sligo, Gore-Booth Owned large areas of  Land in the 1700-1800s. Later, the Irish National Land League, and Michael Davitt helped,during the Land War, to three R’s and abolish landlordism in Ireland and enable tenant farmers to own the land they worked on 26 October 1878 in Co. Mayo, then established in Castlebar, Mayo 1879 – and eventually through the Land Purchase Act, in 1903,  roughly, returned Land “in fee”ownership to the Farmers/Occupants who worked the Land (essentially reversing what was taken centuries earlier).

 

More specifically the Sligo Townlands’ of Kilmacteige/Kilmactigue, (South Sligo),  Stonepark, Claddagh, Knockbrack , then other side of Aclare, Lislea, Banada, Tourlestrane, Tubbercurry. In the 1800s most records were in Castleconnor, Sligo — For Mayo, includes Killasser, Creggan, Swineford, Foxford, Kiltimagh.

 

THE CENSUS IS (GENERALLY) THE STARTING POINT FOR ANYONE  RESEARCHING SIMPLY BECAUSE OF EASE:

http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/


Pre-1860, f the target of your search (Family, Child, Cousins) is NOT in the 1901/1911 Census, then your initial best going to Land Records, one is done by one Richard Griffith, a Dublin-born geologist: Griffiths Valuation of Tenements, who with many others, created the Primary Valuation of Ireland between 1847-1863.

GRIFFITHS_VALUATION_YEARS_gv-yearsofpublicationmap

It is not a census. It covers who owned what and who rented what, and assessed the value on which each identifiable ‘parcel’ of land and/or property, so they could be taxed appropiately.

Only the head of each household is identified. Family relationships and other personal information were not recorded.

For this reason, few women and no children are included. The very poorest ie those who lived on the verge of vagrancy in makeshift or temporary hovels were also excluded. Their numbers were small.

– See more at: http://www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/Griffiths-Valuation.html#sthash.XbAXyCVy.dpuf

 

—– Now on to the main Sections, after Brief Comment:

Kilmactigue Parish

 

When you think about South Sligo, and Sligo in General, one must note O’ Conor Sligo, (Ó Conchobhair Sligigh ) the Lords of Lower Sligo (the main “ruler” in the  16th Century, roughly).

 

Records-Newspapers (and other miscellaneous public records):

Records, as well as daily newspapers, are also online at various sites as some of the areas available newspapers:

Sligo Champion

http://www.independent.ie/regionals/sligochampion/

Sat View (OrdServey) of Aclare and Surrounding area today:

http://maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V2,541044,810039,10,0

http://maps.osi.ie/publicviewer/#V2,540894,809212,9,0

 

 

The Research Methodology:

John Grenham describes the “traditional way” (pre computer) ofAncestry research: “…find a townland, identify the civil parish, work out the Catholic parish, check the diocese, check the dates, order the microfilm.”

How True ! Now days We end up using computer programs to search the paper records (many been transcribed or indexed), but the transition from paper records, to viewing  these Paper records has it’s  peculiarities (not to mention the completely missed records), and omissions — computers, like people that input or operate them, do miss things, miss translate, skip, and other issues  *IF EVER IN DOUBT, ALWAYS CHECK THE SOURCEs)!

 

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The Irish History is complex, convoluted,  and spans many “periods” as Ireland has been moved to,  invaded, conquered, and many other actions, since Pre-History. An area being researched for One’s Ancestors’, One should make it their best effort to be somewhat familiar with Local, and Regional, History, as well as the overall Ireland History as it will impact on what Records were created. Generally speaking, unless your Ancestors were “rich”, the chances of pre-Famine records are slim to none — but that should not stop anyone from checking (We are always looking)!!

Some verbatim History is on GenWeb North Mayo History from Poltemy to more recent times (400AD to 1900AD).

CROMWELL SETTLEMENT IN IRELAND– SALE OF DEBENTURES BY THE COMMON SOLDIERS TO THEIR OFFICERS.

 

CROMWELL IN IRELAND– SALE OF DEBENTURES BY THE COMMON SOLDIERS TO THEIR OFFICERS.

 

SALE OF DEBENTURES BY THE COMMON SOLDIERS TO THEIR OFFICERS.

(See p. 186.)

By the Act for the settlement of Ireland, passed at the King’s Restoration, innocent Papists were to be restored forthwith, and the soldier who was dispossessed to be reprised. But the soldiers looked upon reprisals as mere notional or moonshine, and to retain their possession was what they looked to. Innocency or nocency was not their concern, but “shall I lose my lands ?”*

This produced a conspiracy, commonly called the “Phanatic Plot of 1663,” to seize the Castle and overturn the Government. The temper of the times appears by such instances as the following, which are taken from depositions sworn after the plot had been defeated, and the Duke of Ormond was seeking for evidence :—

One swore that upon St. Luke’s Day, in the year 1662. he did come into a house in Kilbeggan, where one Sergeant Beverly and some others were in company, and one of them did say unto the said sergeant, that he was called “One of Cromwell’s doggs;” whereupon Beverly answered, “they should let Cromwell alone, for he was the best man that ever reigned in the three nations, or that ever would, either of King, Prince, or any other; and if the King thinks to take away our lands that we gained by Cromwell and our swords, and to give it to those that are now come into the land, he shall be deceived; for we will join our heads together again, and have one knock for it first, my life for it.”t

Of the same mind were the ‘officers. Major Alexander Jephson, and Colonel Edward Warren, died in defence of the same cause. Major Jephson, in his dying speech ‘upon the gibbet, declared that they rose because of the corrupt acting (as he called it) of the Court of Claims, “turning poor Englishmen unjustly out of their lands;—out of that which they have been a-getting and keeping by Englishmen’s blood and purses this Jive hundred years.”\

The officers now began to regret that they had not kept their former comrades in the war as fellow-planters and neighbours, in

* Michael, Bishop of Cork, to the Duke of Ormond, 29th of May, and 5th of June, 1668. Carte MSS., G. G., pp. 296, 822, Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Carte MSS., Ireland, vii., p. 258

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Misdeeds Sir Robert Gore-Booth

 

Sir Robert Gore-Booth -Misdeeds He did to the Irish

 

Sir Robert Gore-Booth, ldellsir-robt002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evicted many Irish Families but one of the worst was
when one hundred families were evicted in the one operation by Sir Robert. Many of these poor people had their rents paid but the landlord wished to take over the land for a grazing ranch for his cattle. In order to get rid of them completely he got a ship to take them to America . Whole families went on this ship as they saw no hope for themselves had they remained.SHIP the “”Pomano”

Some did not go and they were lucky for the rotten old ship on which the unfortunate people were placed never reached America. All aboard were drowned when the ship sank on the way. The name of the ship was the Pomano and at the time there was a song composed by someone in this district about it. It was a living account and there were many verses. I cannot remember all the song but it began like this: “Bad luck to Captain Dodwell and likewise Jimmy Joe
My curse be on Sir Robert and that he may lie low
Our rent was paid we were not afraid
But still we were forced to go
When they banished the Roman Catholic
Aboard the Pomano.”

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One of the employee’s of Booth was the Crowbar Brigades, which when a IrishMan was evicted they would tear down the Cottage they had lived in –

The main person to do this was the

The Sligo Clearances

 

Although most of the real problems were near Lissadell and what We would call North Sligo, in Drumcliffe, the South Sligo area still had it evictions.

In the Mayo area, the Name “Boycott” became Famous world over as few people today do not know what a Boycott is — but back then it was not a known . In fact Boycott was a Man who owned land, a Protestant Landowner and Landowner’s Agent. He was mean.

 

Gustave de Beaumont (b. February 6, 1802 in Beaumont-la-Chartre, France, d. March 30, 1865 in Paris, France) was a French magistrate, prison reformer, and travel companion to the famed philosopher and politician Alexis de Tocqueville. He visited Ireland in the mid-1830s. In his “Ireland: Social, Political and Religious”, 1839 he writes about the state of the Irish. As an objective observer, neither English nor Irish, his observations are invaluable for an unbiased view of living conditions in Ireland at that time:
“I have seen the Indian in his forests, and the negro in his chains, and thought, as I contemplated their pitiable condition, that I saw the very extreme of human wretchedness; but I did not then know the condition of unfortunate Ireland. Like the Indian, the Irishman is poor and naked; but he lives in the midst of a society where luxury is eagerly sought, and where wealth is honoured. Like the Indian, he is destitute of the physical comforts which human industry and the commerce of nations procure; but he sees a part of his fellows enjoying the comforts to which he cannot aspire. In the midst of his greatest distress, the Indian preserves a certain independence, which has its dignity and its charms. Though indigent and famished, he is still free in his deserts, and the sense of this liberty alleviates many of his sufferings: the Irishman undergoes the same destitution without possessing the same liberty; he is subject to rules and restrictions of every sort: he is dying of hunger, and restrained by law; a sad condition, which unites all the vices of civilization to all those of savage life. Without doubt, the Irishman who is about to break his chains, and has faith in futurity, is not quite so much to be bewailed as the Indian or the slave. Still, at the present day, he has neither the liberty of the savage, nor the bread of servitude.
I will not undertake to describe all the circumstances and all the phases of Irish misery; from the condition of the small farmer, who starves himself that his children may have something to eat, down to the labourer, who, less miserable but more degraded, has recourse to mendicancy – from resigned indigence, which is silent in the midst of its sufferings, and sacrifices to that which revolts, and in its violence proceeds to crime.
Irish poverty has a special and exceptional character, which renders its definition difficult, because it can be compared with no other indigence. Irish misery forms a type by itself, of which neither the model nor the imitation can be found anywhere else.
In all countries, more or less, paupers may be discovered; but an entire nation of paupers is what was never seen until it was shown in Ireland. To explain the social condition of such a country, it would be only necessary to recount its miseries and its sufferings; the history of the poor is the history of Ireland.”

Arthur Youngs

Asenath Nicholson visited Ireland in the 1850s. Of his visit to Sligo recorded in ‘The Bible in Ireland ’ he writes that:

‘… the labouring classes, when I first speak to them, are ever praising their master. Just as in America, although the slaves may be often under the lash or in the stocks, yet to a stranger they durst not speak out, lest some “bird of the air should tell the matter”; so the peasantry of Ireland are in such suffering, that lest they should lose the sixpence or eightpence they occasionally get while employed, they will make an imperious landlord an angel to a stranger…’

 

Tobercurry, Sligo, Ireland- hinterland consists of 15 Electoral Districts

the area of Tobercurry and its hinterland of 15 Electoral Districts in the counties of Sligo and Mayo, as follows;
• Achonry East
• Aclare
• Banada
• Breencorragh
• Carrownaskeagh/Branchfield
• Cartron
• Cloonacool/Loughill
• Cloonoghill
• Glendarragh
• Doocastle
• Kilmacteige
• Kilturra
• Leitrim
• Streamstown
• Tobercurry

 

This is the area most researched on this site, and if any records are available from other researchers, please let us host it here so we can help you and others with Families and Ancestry in the area have one place to go to research FREE !!

 

Map

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Aclare,+Co.+Sligo,+Ireland/@54.0364739,-8.9054296,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x485eb4b44cde9111:0xa00c7a99731d260!8m2!3d54.03651!4d-8.8966942

The English legal code -1769 – the “Demon of Chicane[ry]” !

The “Demon of Chicane” by Jeremy Bentham

 

Jeremy Bentham was an English philosopher, jurist, and social reformer. He is regarded as the founder of modern utilitarianism, born in February, 1748.

Bentham became deeply frustrated with the complexity of the English legal code, and in 1769 (when He was called to the Bar, but He never practiced law) and became deeply frustrated with the complexity (and probably the corruption) of the Code which seemed, to Him, to intentionally cause suffering. To the People of the time, it was so complicated they could not defend themselves – causing them to loose cases they should win – on technicalities.
Sound Familiar?

 

One quote of Benham: “Secrecy, being an instrument of conspiracy, ought never to be the system of a regular government. “ cite Benham
So even back then – 200+ years ago – we find a good man pointing out that the powerful monied classes was “tilting” the playing field so much that the normal citizen, resident, or “peasant” (as they were called back them) could not defeat them even if all the facts and evidence were on their side. In other words, they could lose all even when they were right.

 

He was a contemporary of John Locke, who said:

The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom. For in all the states of created beings capable of law, where there is no law, there is no freedom. {emphasis added} Cite: Locke

Church Record Images – Roman Catholic Church Records

 

RE-ORGANIZATION (Feb 4, 2017):

We have started reorganizing  the Website for better searching, including mobiles – the Original Start Page (How to correctly search Irish records is located at:

http://kilmacteige.com/registration-districts-poor-law-unions/free-irish-research-sources-part-1/

 

 

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

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THE “IRISH GENEALOGY” WEBSITE AND (LIMITED) SEARCH FUNCTIONS IS BACK ONLINE (with limited data):

IrishGenealogy.ie has recently re-launched new versions of the civil registration indexes removed with unseemly haste 10 months ago: birth indexes now up to 1913, marriages to 1938 and deaths to 1963.

The good news is that access remains completely free, everything is easily browsable, and entries after 1900 contain significantly more information than the copies already available from the Mormons on FamilySearch.org (and FindMyPast and Ancestry). Birth index entries from 1900 now record the mother’s maiden name, making it possible to reconstruct families with some degree of probability, as is already the case on FamilySearch from 1928. And the marriage indexes supply the spouse’s name and exact dates starting in 1903, removing uncertainty from existing index searches between 1903 and 1938. Two hurrahs, so far.

 

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/

Pre-and-Post Famine Kilmacteige Records–Castleconnor Parish-

 

Pre -and -Post- Famine Kilmacteige Records ….Population from  Kilmacteige

Pre-and-Post Famine Kilmacteige Records–Castleconnor Parish-

Kilmacteige Marriages and Baptisms

 

Marriages-Castleconnor Church Records

^^^Date  Of  Marriage * Husband * Wife * Residence of wife * witnesses: * Male * Female

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor1a.html

 

Castleconner Two

 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor2.html

 

Castleconner 2b

 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor2b.html

 

Castleconner 3

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor3.html

 

Castleconnor4

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor4.html

 

Castleconnor 5

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor5.html

 

Castleconnor 6

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor6.html

 

Castleconnor 7

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor8.html

 

Castleconnor 8

 

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor8.html

 

Castleconnor 9

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor9.html

 

Castleconnor 10

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor10.html

 

Castleconnor 11

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor11.html 

 

Castleconnor 12

 

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor12.html

 

Castleconnor 13

 

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnor13.html

Castleconner OBIT 1

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnorbituaries.html

Castleconnor OBIT 2

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlsli/castleconnorobituaries2.html

23andMe leads DNA Ancestry analysis – but Ancestry.com is also doing DNA !

 

The DNA testing company 23andMe.com has offered DNA testing to people for a few years  now. They charge a mere $99.00,  and are on the cutting edge of Ancestry DNA testing, as they (with your permission, which you can opt in or out)  compare your DNA to others (with their permissions, or not) who have DNA testing.

HOWEVER, it has come to light that some serious problems exist in the AncestryDNA.COM, terms and conditions (where they essentially appropriate, without coming out and saying so, the submitter’s DNA and all the advances that might be made with it, without compensation, or even notice) !

ANCESTRYDNA.COM, just takes it by “license” which is a lega method of exerting control.

If you get your blood tested, you do not give the testing lab permission to test it and use it to further their monetary goals by selling it to others — do you? Don’t agree to these Terms and Conditions, just go to another testing company ! Simple.

If they change these Terms we will post a followup.

 

HOW THE CELTS SAVED THE WORLD

HOW THE CELTS SAVED THE WORLD

1916-2016 -The  Hundred Year Anniversary of The Easter Rising on Easter week, 1916.

also see:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_Rising

2016 was the 100 year Centenary  Anniversary of the Easter Rising in Ireland. It promises to be a great remembrance commemoration of the Easter Rising  & Rebellion, where We will remember those who gave their Lives to establish a Free State, Ireland, including Remembering those who were executed (those that signed the Original Proclamation) by General Maxwell in British Government:

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Those who were there interviewed:

IRA VOLUNTEERS FROM THE EASTER RISING 1916 INTERVIEWED IN 1973

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Curious Journey – The 1916 Easter Rising

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The Celts – BBC Series Ep 2 – “Heroes in Defeat”

http://youtu.be/OVovskAh5QA

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The Celts – BBC Series Ep 3 – “Sacred Groves”

http://youtu.be/GsHghGwdWNg

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The Celts – BBC Series Ep 4 – ” From Camelot to Christ”

http://youtu.be/lfY4-2zKY-g

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The Celts – BBC Series Ep 5 – “Legend and Reality”

 http://youtu.be/W_l5yFlEYds

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The Celts – BBC Series Ep 6 – “A Dead Song?”

http://youtu.be/wl7X4A_mNeU

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“How The Celts Saved Britain” (part 1of2) Dark ages and the Celts – BBC 2009

http://youtu.be/FxzM_Y0cYJA

 

“How The Celts Saved Britain” (part 2of2) Dark ages and the Celts – BBC 2009

http://youtu.be/uIBkv7pU9Eo

 

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Local Songs, by MUNDY (Galway Girl)….and others

 

Many local songs were done by multiple bands over the decades and became popular with the Irish Disporia, even today !

 

 

 

 

 

How about Mumford’s version (starts about 1:58 so skip to it)

 

And (drum roll….) the Man who WROTE IT and Recorded it first !

 

 

Well, I took a stroll on the old long walk
Of a day -I-ay-I-ay
I met a little girl and we stopped to talk
Of a fine soft day -I-ay-I-ay
And I ask you, friend, what’s a fella to do
‘Cause her hair was black and her eyes were blue
And I knew right then I’d be takin’ a whirl
‘Round the Salthill Prom with a Galway girlWe were halfway there when the rain came down
Of a day -I-ay-I-ay
And she asked me up to her flat downtown
Of a fine soft day -I-ay-I-ay
And I ask you, friend, what’s a fella to do
‘Cause her hair was black and her eyes were blue
So I took her hand and I gave her a twirl
And I lost my heart to a Galway girlWhen I woke up I was all alone
With a broken heart and a ticket home
And I ask you now, tell me what would you do
If her hair was black and her eyes were blue
I’ve traveled around I’ve been all over this world
Boys I ain’t never seen nothin’ like a Galway girl

 

Ancestry adds collection of Roman Catholic registers KILMACTEIGE PARISH

 

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Ancestry adds collection of Roman Catholic registers

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Making their debut on Ancestry today are four collections of Irish Roman Catholic parish registers. They include baptism, marriage, burial and, very unusually, confirmations from a selection of parishes in the counties of Armagh, Carlow, Derry, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kildate, Laois, Limerick, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Sligo, Tipperary, Westmeath and Wicklow.

Many of the entries include a high quality scanned image of the original register entry, while others return a transcript.

Baptisms: This is a big collection of more than half a million (544,651, to be precise) entries in 73 parish registers. Dates range from 1763 to 1912 (the individual registers do not each cover this span). Depending on the layout of some of the registers, you may find that you need to click through to the next page to see the names of sponsors.

Marriages: This collection covers 147,133 marriages in 62 parishes with dates ranging from 1775 to 1912 (see note above) .

Burials: This collection holds details of 15,773 burials recorded in the registers of 19 parishes from 1767 to 1912 (see note above).

Confirmations: This collection of 8,131 entries includes confirmations in just 12 parishes with dates ranging from 1775 to 1912 (see note above).

Here’s a list of the parishes included in these collections. Please note the spellings are taken from the Ancestry site; some appear to be incorrect*:

– See more at: http://www.irishgenealogynews.com/2014/03/ancestry-adds-collection-of-roman.html#sthash.7jfMFC8j.dpuf

 

 

 

Here’s a list of the parishes included in these collections. Please note the spellings are taken from the Ancestry site; some appear to be incorrect*:

Baptism Marriage Burial Confirmation
Addergoole Addergoole Armagh Ballina
Allen Allen Armagh Ballina (Kilmoremoy)
Annacarty Annacarty Ballinakill Ballon & Rathcoe
Armagh Armagh Baltinglass Baltinglass
Aughrim Aughrim Canice’s (Finglas & StMargaret) Canice’s (Finglas & StMargaret)
Backs Backs Carlingford Castleconnor
Ballina (Ardnaree) Ballina (Ardnaree) Carlingford & Omeath Easkey
Ballina (Kilmoremoy) Ballina (Kilmoremoy) Castleconnor Killala
Ballinakill Ballinakill Cooley Moneymore
Ballon & Rathoe Ballon & Rathoe Darver Mouthrath
Ballyadams Ballyadams Kilglass Rathvilly
Ballybricken Ballybricken Kill Tourlestrane (Kilmactigue)
Ballyconneely Ballyconneely Magherafelt
Ballyfin Ballyfin Mountrath
Baltinglass Baltinglass Portlaoise (Maryborough)
Bangor Erris Bangor Erris Rathvilly
Belmullet Caherlistrane (Donaghpatrick&Kilcooney) Skreen & Dromard
Beragh Canice’s (Finglas & StMargaret)
Caherlistrane (Donaghpatrick&Kilcooney) Summerhill
Canice’s (Finglas & StMargaret) Cappawhite Tinryland
Cappawhite Carlingford
Carlingford Carlingford & Omeath
Carlingford & Omeath Carnacross
Carnacross Castleconnor
Castlebar Clifden
Castleconnor Cooley
Claddaghduff (Omey & Ballindoon) Crossmolina
Clifden Darver
Coalisland Donaghmore
Cooley Easkey
Crossmolina Emly
Darver Golden & Kilpack
Donaghmore Inishboffin
Easkey Kilcommon Erris
Emly Kilcurry (Faughart)
Golden Kilglass
Golden & Kilpack Kilglass
Inishboffin Kill
Kilcloon Killala
Kilcommon Erris Killursa
Kilcurry Knockbridge
Kilcurry (Bridgeacrin) Knockmore & Rathduff
Kilcurry (Faughart) Lackagh
Kilglass Lacken
Kill Louisburgh
Killala Louisburgh (Kilgeever)
Killursa Louth
Kilmacshalgan Magherafelt
Knockmore & Rathduff Malahide
Lackagh Mountrath
Lacken Moy
Louisburgh (Kilgeever) Moy (Clonfeacle)
Louth Naas
Magherafelt Portlaoise (Maryborough)
Malahide Rathvilly
Moneymore Skreen & Dromard
Mouthrath Solohead
Moy Summerhill
Moy (Clonfeacle) Termonmaguire
Mullingar Tinryland
Naas Tourlestrane
Portlaoise (Maryborough) Tourlestrane (Kilmactigue)
Rathangan Tullow
Rathvilly
Skreen & Dromard
Summerhill
Termonmaguirc
Tinryland
Tourlestrane
Tourlestrane (Kilmactigue)
Tullow
Westland Row

– See more at: http://www.irishgenealogynews.com/2014/03/ancestry-adds-collection-of-roman.html#sthash.7jfMFC8j.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

Kilmacteige Roman Catholic CHURCH RECORDS (BAPTISMS)

Kilmacteige Roman Catholic CHURCH RECORDS (BAPTISMS)
http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=6068

 

http://www.genealogylinks.net/marriages/uk/ireland/Sligo.htm

 

http://dustydocs.com.au/link/83/42184/147822/baptisms-1845-1862.html

 

 

 

Kilmacteige Roman Catholic CHURCH RECORDS (BAPTISMS)

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/sligo/churches/tourlestrane-bap.txt
DATE NAME PARENTS GODPARENTS LOCATION

1/18/1845 James Lawrence/Mary Kilmartin Micl Neville/Mary Mullarkey Dinmartin
5/18/1845 Patrick James Lundy/Bridget May ? Currorglboy
6/14/1845 Tms Daniel Cunnie/Brid Roddy Dominick & Cath Cunnie Culdalee
6/30/1845 John Jn Dempsey/Mary Harvan? Hugh O’Hara/Mary Gallagher Cloongoonagh
7/28/1845 Thomas Bryan Slache/Noney Quinn John & Mary Durcan Tobercurry
10/26/1845 Bridget Patrick Cunnie/Mary Freney John & Mary Cunnie Kilmactiege
11/20/1845 Catherine-great grandmother? Patrick Cunnie/Mary Kilmartin Austin Conway/Brid Walsh Brane or Carane
12/4/1845 Mary Micl Kinnane/Cath May ? Cavane
12/28/1845 Mary Patrick Ford/Brid Cobney Michael McHugh/Brid Cobney Mt Taffe

1/18/1846 Margaret Owen Cunnane/Honoria Feely John Walsh/Sally Brennen Annagh
1/23/1846 Mary Owen Cunnane/Honoria Feeley Michael Roddy/Brid Clarke Castlerock
3/2/1846 Catherine John Kilmartin/Atty Commons Pat Cunnie/Margaret Stenson Knockahoney
3/4/1846 Richard Richard Ruane/Mary McKensie James Flynne/Mary Wynne Mt Taffe
3/15/1846 Patrick Patrick McNulty/Bridget Goldrick Patrick & Anne Goldrick Castlerock
3/20/1846 Patrick Patrick Kildun/Nancy Gallagher John & Catherine Gallagher Kincullen
4/8/1846 Thomas Thomas Cunnie/Mary Kilmartin Daniel Cunnie/Jane Peyton/Leyton Oughavale
4/14/1846 Mary Anthony & Bridget Cunnie Patrick & Ellen Cunnie Glenavoo
4/16/1846 Thomas Patrick Kildun/Mary Ginty/Gentry Michael Gentry/Bridget Honnby Carroreagh
4/23/1846 Michael Martin Maye/Anne Gallagher James May/Brid McHugh Carane or Barane
5/10/1846 James Micl McNulty/Margaret Leonard John McNulty/Atty Leonard Claddagh
5/25/1846 Margaret or Mary Patrick Goldrick/Ann Gallagher Tms Goldrick/Margaret Gallagher Glenavoo
6/11/1846 John Michael Kildun/Brid Higgins Pat Goldrick/Catherine McDonaugh Clooneen
6/27/1846 John John & Mary Goldrick Patrick Leadon/Cath Heneghan* Gortesluin
6/27/1846 John Andy Conway/Bridget May Michael May/Bridget Keane Dunmathin
6/29/1846 John Patrick Goldrick/Mary Connell Cormack Connel/Bridget Goldrick Carroreagh
7/1/1846 Mary John Dempsey/Ellen Crane James Crane/Bridget Dunleary Mt Taffe
7/6/1846 John Michael Goldrick/Bridget Carney Anthony & Catherine Goldrick Gortelsin
07/17/07 Pat Michael Grogan/Mary Law James Law/Bridget Roddy Belclare
8/16/1846 James Patrick O’Hara/Mary Quinn Michael O’Hara/Catherine Quinn Arnagh
8/30/1846 John Martin Conway/Mary Loftus Michael Conway/Bridget Loftus Culdalea or Culdaly
9/10/1846 Michael Pat/Peter Goldrick/Ann Connel Patrick Goldrick/Mary McNulty Carroreagh
9/10/1846 John Patrick Goldrick/Ann Connel Patrick Goldrick/Mary McNulty Carroreagh
9/20/1846 Michael Martin Cunnie/Ann Kilmartin Thomas Hegarty/Mary Cunnie Culdalea
9/27/1846 Michael Thomas Gallagher/Mary Loftus Rev Tms Judge/Mary Gallagher Cloonbarry or Cloongoneen
10/2/1846 John Cormak Cunnie/Mary O’Dowd Pat & Bridget O’Donald-O’Donla Culdalea
10/2/1846 John __Cunnie/Mary O’Donell Patrick & Brid O’Donell Culdalea
10/4/1846 Michael John Goldrick/Catherine O’Bryrne John Goldrick/Mary Roddy Tavnagraffy
10/10/1846 Mary James & Bridget Goldrick Patrick & Ellen Goldrick Gortesluin
10/18/1846 Bridget James Grogan/Ellen McNulty Pat Hegarty/Catherine Muldaring Larvane
11/20/1846 Mary Patrick Goldrick/Mary Gilvey Pat Leonard/Bridget Shiel Gortelsin
12/11/1846 Bridget Micl Cavanagh/Margaret Quinn ? Cloonbarry
12/13/1846 Bridget Patrick Harte/Bridget Egan Walter & Bridget Rouane Letterbrone
12/28/1846 Anne Thomas Cunnie/Atty Muldering Thomas Rochford/Winifred Deay Culdalea

2/2/1847 Ellen Patrick McNulty/Anne Cunnie Michael Cunnie/Mary McIntyre Claddagh
2/15/1847 Michael Patrick Maye/Ann Gentry Bryan Maye/Brid Gentry Corroughboy
2/17/1847 Martin Anthony McNulty/Brid Deehan James & Mary Deehan Larvane
4/18/1847 William Patrick Lynd/Winifred Quinn Patrick Quinn/Mary Brett Cloonbarry-Lavane?
3/2/1847 Atty Bryan Cunnane/Catherine Carroll John Lawrence/Mary Kilmartin Rhue
4/2/1847 Mary Daniel Cunnie/Bridget Roddy Tms Rochford/Anne Roddy Culdalea
4/14/1847 Catherine Michael Cunnie/Catherine Gallagher Jn Cunnie/Atty Gaughan/Gaveghan Culdalea
4/26/1847 Patrick James & Mary Goldrick Pat Goldrick/Cath Byrne/Byonne Gortesluin
5/10/1847 Patrick Patrick Deehan/Brid Battle James Battle/Mary Deehan Larvane
5/18/1847 Mary Martin & Catherine Maye Bryan Maye/Mary Cunny Tourlestrane
7/1/1847 Mary John Quinn/Bridget Cunny Michael Kennedy/Brid Goldrick Cleery
7/1/1847 Mary John Quinn/Bridget Lowrey Michael Kennedy/Brid Eldirct Clerry?
7/28/1847 Margaret John Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Mrtn Mary Commons/Gormon Culdalea
8/11/1847 Brid*Brid&Jas/Twins? Thomas Maye/Mary Loftus Thomas Stenson/Cath Heneghan Banada
8/13/1847 James Thomas Maye/Mary Loftus Thomas & Bridget Judge Birreencarrack
8/13/1847 James Thomas Maye/Mary Loftus Thomas Judge/Bridget Goldrick* Bireencarrack
(*Godparents may have been Thomas & Bridget Judge)
8/13/1847 John Anthony Goldrick/Mary Deehan Thomas Judge/Bridget Goldrick Castlerock
8/18/1847 Eileen Martin Quinn/Mary Walsh Pete Kennedy/Ellen Gilligan Gortesluin
8/20/1847 Austin Austin Cunnie/Honor Mulligan Stephen & Bridget Cunnie Carane or Barane
9/17/1847 Margaret John Dempsey/Bridget Mulloy Patrick Mulloy/Anne Fahey Culdalea
9/18/1847 Ellen or Eileen Mrtn Quinn/Mary Walsh Pete Kennedy/Eln Gallagher Gortesluin
11/20/1847 Atty Thomas Maye/Catherine Walsh Thomas Brennen/Mary Walsh Dawros or Daurris?
11/21/1847 Patrick Michael Cunnane/Mary Gallagher Patrick & Bridget Cavanaugh? Claddagh

2/18/1848 James Michael Kildun/Ellen O’Hara James O’Hara/Cath Ginty? Glenree?
3/6/1848 Mary John Cunnie/Attie O’Hara James Mary O’Hara Claddagh
3/21/1848 Patrick Patrick Cunnie/Mary Feeney John Cunnie/Ellen Gauaghan Kilmactiege
5/2/1848 Thomas Daniel Cunnie/Mary Hegarty Daniel Cunnie/Mary Hegarty Oughavale
4/7/1848 Bridget Patrick O’Connor/Mary Deehan Michael Battle/Catherine O’Connor Larvane
6/30/1848 Atty John Goldrick/Brid Hegarty Pat Roddy/Winifred McDonagh Glenavoo
7/2/1848 Patrick Patrick O’Hara/Mary Quinn Mary Quinn/H Keanny Annagh
7/8/1848 Mary Patrick McNulty/Bridget Goldrick James & Catherine Goldrick Castlerock
8/13/1848 Mary James Battle/Margaret Roddy Anthony Battle/Bridget Roddy* Glenavoo*
*In 2nd reading godparents listed as John Deighan and Bridget Roddy
8/13/1848 Mary John Goldrick/Catherine O’Brien Anne Goldrick Gortesluin
9/11/1848 Thomas Peter Goldrick/Brid Kennedy Thomas & Mary Walsh Carrowreagh
9/28/1848 Rose Stephen Cunnie/Sarah Niles Daniel Cunnie/Mary Niles Culdalea
9/29/1848 Bridget James Cunny/Cath McDonnell John & Mary Durcan Carins
11/10/1848 Mary Martin Battle/Mary Stenson Pat Mary McNulty Stone Park
11/25/1848 Bridget Pat Kilmartin/Mary Cahill John Durcan/Brid Brennen Tullinaglug
12/10/1848 Mary Martin Battle/Mary Stenson Pat McNulty Stonepark
12/12/1848 Thomas Thomas Rochford/Cath Cunnie Thomas Battle/Mary McNulty Culdalea

1/7/1849 Bridget Michael Cunnie/Mary O’Hara James O’Hara/Mary Cunnie Claddagh
1/9/1849 Mary Jas Goldrick/Honor Marren/Ivanna? Michael Marran/Mary Higgins Stone Park
1/28/1849 Thadeus Edwrd Mullarkey/Mary Leonard Daniel Mullarkey/Ellen Leonard Castlerock
3/29/1849 Patrick Michael Quinn/Nellie Brennan Luke Quinn/Betsy Brenan Kilmacteige
4/13/1849 Mary Pat Goldrick/Margaret McDonaugh Anthony Hegarty/Anne Roddy Tavnagraffy
4/17/1849 Lawrence Pac Connors/Mary McNulty Austin Roper/Mary Connors Beleclare
5/21/1849 Michael Richard Ruane/Mary McKensie Thomas Ruane/Bridget Lynch Mt Taffe
5/28/1849 Bridget Martin Cunnie/Anne Kilmartin Thomas Kilmartin/Mary Loftus Culdalea
6/3/1849 James Cormack Cunnie/Atty Brennen Patrick& Mary Cunnie Culdalea
6/25/1849 James Patrick Quinn/Anne Dunleary Dan Duncan/Marg or Mary McIntire
7/19/1849 Martin Martin Quinn/Mary Walsh Thomas Higgins/Nan Gallager Gortesluin
7/20/1849 Martin Martin Quinn/Mary Walsh Tms Higgins/Nancy Gallagher Gortesluin
9/4/1849 James Patrick Maye/Nancy Limdy Patrick McHugh/Atty May* Corroughboy
10/4/1849 Michael Michael Goldrick/Winifred Hegearty Tony__?/Cath Neary Belclare
10/4/1849 Anne Thomas Gallagher/Cath Quinn John & Mary Quinn Aclare
10/20/1849 James Patrick Kildun/Mary Gentry James & Mary Leonard Carroreagh
10/27/1849 Bridget Michael Quinn/Margaret Roddy John Sweeney/Anne Stinson? Knockahoney
10/28/1849 Honoria John Quinn/Brid Lowry Pat & Mary Quinn Clevry
10/28/1849 Honoria John Quinn/Brid Gurry? Michael Shiel/Mary Neary Clery
11/1/1849 Pat & Anne Thomas Loftus/Ellen O’Hara Pat & Anne or Catherine Durcan? Aclare
11/11/1849 Mary Pat Lynch/Winifred Quinn Daniel & Brid Meelick or Mullarkey Cloonbarry
11/22/1849 John Dennis Murtagh/Mary Cunnie Patrick & Ellen Quinn Lislea
11/26/1849 Martin John Quinn/Mary O’Hara Patrick Quinn/Mary Kildun Culdalea
11/26/1849 Martin John Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Patrick Cunnie/Mary Kildun Culdalea
12/9/1849 John James McAlister/Mary Quinn Michael & Catherine Quinn Kilmacteige
12/12/1849 Thomas Thomas Murtagh/Mary Cunnie Thomas & Bridget Murtagh Canaugh or Eanaugh?
12/17/1849 Thomas Thomas Maye?/Eliza Mullaney Anthony Hegarthy/Cath Harmon Ougbrale

1/31/1850 Bridget John Cunnie/Mary Clarke Jas Clarke/Eln Quinn Claddaugh
2/18/1850 John Pat Cunnie/Brid Durcan Wlm Durcan/Brid Cunnie Carane or Barane
3/5/1850 Bridget John Goldrick/Cath O’Brien John & Mary Goldrick Tavinigraffy
6/26/1850 Anthony John Davett/Mary Battle Hugh Davett/Mary Devaney Mt Taffe
7/5/1850 Austin Pat Cunnie/Mary Freney/Finney Jas Moran/Cath Cunnie Lisaniska
7/8/1850 Catherine Pat O’Connor/Mary Deehan Pat Deehan/Cath Mullingan Larvane
7/15/1850 Michael Pat McGriff?/Mary Goldrick Micl Law? Cro-Mass?
9/15/1850 Henry Michael McDonell/Ellen Higgins John & Ellen Cunnie Kilmactiege
9/28/1850 Bridget John Goldrick/Bridget Hegarty John & Bridget Goldrick Cleery
10/14/1850 Anthony Pat McNulty/Bridget Goldrick Jn Goldrick/Cath MeaghyOr Meeny Castlerock
10/24/1850 James Jn Cunnie/Cath Gallagher* Jn Gallagher/Mary Cunnie Rhue
10/28/1850 James *Jn Cunnane/Cath Gallager-same couple? Jn Gallagher/Margaret Cunnane Rhue
11/17/1850 Ellen Michae & Ann Goldrick Thomas Goldrick/Catherine O’Brien Cleery
12/4/1850 Bridget Anthony Gallagher/Ann Goldrick Anthony Catherine Gallagher Gortesluin
12/15/1850 Thomas John Clynisk?/Mary Finan James Finan/Bridget Battle Cloonbarry-Cloonbarry is off the Bal
12/20/1850 Bridget Larry Smith/Ann Goldrick Jn Kilmartin/Mary Higgins Gortesluin

6-Jan Patrick Martin & Catherine Maye Pat & Atty Maye Corroughboy
17-Feb Bridget Luke Kilmartin/Cath Maye Tms Cecelia Maye Eskaugh
15-Mar Owen Pat Kilmartin/Margaret Cahill John Walsh/Atty Kildun Tullinaglug
4/6/1851 Michael James Moran/Mary Cunnie John Cunnie/Ellen Gallagher Carrowreagh-correct spelling
4/17/1851 Mary Pat Mullen/Mary Dempsey Owen Muller/Kit O’Connor Kuckmaddigan?
4/26/1851 Patrick Stephen Cunnie/Sarah Niles Pat Cunnie/Sabina Richford Culdalea
4/26/1851 Winifred Pat Quinn/Nancy Dunleary Pat & Bridget Quinn Annagh
5/13/1851 Mary Dan Quinn/Mary McIntire Micl Durcan/Mary O’Hara Annagh
5/26/1851 James Micl Battle/Nancy McNulty Thomas & Bridget Murray Larvane-pronounced Laura-wan
5/27/1851 Mary Tms Carroll/Brid Quinn Martin & Winifred Carrol Letterbrone
Ca.1851 James Pat Deehan/Brid Battle? ? Glenavoo?

1/12/1852 Thomas Pat Walsh/Bridget Kildun Bartholomew/Atty Kildun Tobercurry?
2/2/1852 John Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Pat Dempsey/Sarah O’Hara Culdalea
3/25/1852 James James Brett/Brid Goldrick Jn Goldrick/Ann Brett Glenavoo
6/11/1852 John Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn John & Catherine Quinn Kilmacteige
6/11/1852 Margaret James McAlister/Mary Quinn Mrtn Cath Quinn Carrowreagh
6/22/1852 Thomas Patrick Cunnie/Mary Freney Austin Eln Quinn Kilmacteige
9/28/1852 Michael Antny Goldrick/Mary Deehan Mrtn Deehan/Brid Goldrick Castlerock
10/3/1852 Michael Bryan Maye/Nancy O’Brien or O’Hara Austin O’Hara/Atty Maye Currouglbouy
11/20/1852 Anne Jas Goldrick/Mary Conning- Cannig Micl Stephens/Anne Finlan Belclare

1/4/1852 Pat Luke Kilmartin/Cath Maye John Kilcoyne-or Kilmartin/Attty Walsh Eskaugh
1/14/1852 John Pat O’Connor/Mary Deehan *Jn Mary Deehan-changed from James by priest Lauvane-Or Laurwane
2/5/1852 Pat Micl Ruane/Cath Cawley Tms Ruane/Nancy McDonaugh Tavniana
3/27/1852 Edward Pat Kilmartin/Mary Carroll Batty?/Brid Walsh Tullanaglug
4/27/1852 Catherine Wlm Golden/Brid Quinn Richard Golden/Nelly Quinn Drimina
6/5/1852 Margaret Jn Deehan/Mary Grogan Pat Margaret-Mary* Deehan Larvane

6/6/1853 Michael Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn Luke Quinn/Brid Maye Kilmacteige
6/11/1853 Michael Antny O’Donnel/Mary Goldrick Tms Carr/Cath Quinn Mt Taffe
6/11/1853 James Pat Mullen/Mary Dempsey John & Mary Ruane Mt Taffe
6/12/1853 John Jas Leonard/Brid Quinn Andrew Leonard/M Seery Drimina
6/25/1853 James Mrtn Quinn/Mary Walsh Antny Ruddy/Brid Hurst-Hunt Gorterslien
6/26/1853 Michael Peter Mulloy/Eln Kilmartin Pat Walsh/Mary Mulloy Culdalea
7/9/1853 James Dudley?/Elizabeth O’Connor Cath MacManus Tavniana
7/16/1853 Michael Micl Kirvane-Cunnane/Honor Gilvey Bryan Catheine Gilvey Annagh
7/30/1853 Anne Jn Goldrick/Cath O’Brien Peter Mary Goldrick Taunigraphy
8/1/1853 John Micl Cunnie/Brid Walsh Pat Walsh/Bridge Reid? Knockahoney
8/1/1853 Mary Jas Kilmartin/Atty Cawley John Cawley/Bridget Walsh Knockahoney
8/1/1853 Mary Michael Battle/Anne McNulty Jn & Mary Goldrick(Nee Battle?) Larawane- Laura-wan
8/1/1853 Honor John Goldrick/Bridget Hegarty Mathw McDonagh/Brid Goldrick Glenavoo
8/12/1853 Atty Jn Quinn/Brid Gurvy/Garvey/Gentry John & Atty Quinn Clurhy
8/12/1853 Atty John Quinn/Bridget Garvey John & Atty Quinn Clurhy
8/13/1853 Mary Tony Hegarty?/Nancy Cawly James & Bridget Goldrick Tavnagraffy
8/29/1853 Bridget Anthony & Bridget Cunnie Jn Goldrick/Nelly Cunnie Glenavoo
9/10/1853 Anne Tms Ronghneen?/Cath Cunnie John Battle/Sabina Roghneen Culdalea
9/16/1853 Mary Jn Flynn/Brid Loftus Pat & Mary Flynn Cloonbarry
10/9/1853 Mary Micl Kildun/Brid Higgins Pat Kennedy/Brid Golden Clooneen
10/9/1853 Margaret Pat Walsh/Brid Kildun Jas Goldrick/Mary Kildun Tobercurry
10/9/1853 Patrick Jas Cunnane/Betty Brennen Ned Mary Morahan/Inishow?* Banada
10/15/1853 Patrick Tms Kilmartin/Mary Brett Jas Gallagher/Nellie Neary Eskeagh
10/12/1853 Daniel Stephen Cunnie/Sarah Neils Pat Cunnie/Cath Neils Culdulea
10/27/1853 Mary Micl Cunnane/Mary O’Hara Michael & Ellen Cunnie Claddagh
12/4/1853 Anthony Jas Goldrick/Mary Narey Mrtn Narie/Ellie McNulty Gortesluin
12/10/1853 Mary Tms Ruane/Ann McDonagh Richard-Robert & Brid Ruane Glenavoo
12/26/1853 James Michael & Anne Goldrick James & Mary Goldrick Glenavoo

1/8/1854 Bridget Thomas Gavelll/Bridget Quinn Pat & Honoria Quinn Letterbrone-or Carroll
1/20/1854 James Michael Griffin/Bridget Goldrick Michael & Mary Morgan Clurhy
1/22/1854 Patrick Jn Higgins/Brid Kinnane-Cunnane Michael Walsh/Mary Quinn Gortermone
1/23/1854 Michael Ptr O’Hara/Honor Moralon(Moran?) Micl Honor Maye Banada
1/23/1854 Bridget Pat Cunnie/Brid Durcan Pat & Anne Durcan Carane
2/16/1854 Mary Pat Kildun/Mary Gentry Micl Gentry/Mary Kildun Carrowreagh
2/21/1854 Catherine Dennis Murtagh/Mary Cunnie Micl Conway/Brid Cunnie Lisled?
3/1/1854 Mary Pat Roddy/Mary Quinn Pat Roddy/Mary Walsh Clurhy
3/4/1854 Mary Pat Kerrane/Cath Quinn Pat Kerrane/Margaret Quinn Gortermone
3/11/1854 Patrick James Brett/Brid Goldrick Tms Murray/Kitty Goldrick Clurhy
3/29/1854 Mary Pat Kirrane/Cath Quinn Pat Kirrane/Margaret Quinn Gortermone
4/22/1854 John James Goldrick/Brid Walsh Micl Walsh/Mary Klimor-Kilvane Clurhy
6/4/1854 Thady Thady Moran/Atty Kilmartin Pat Brennen/Brid Gallagher Mt Taffe
6/12/1854 James Mrtn Quinn/Brid Kennedy Pat & Anne Kennedy Arnaugh
6/12/1854 James Mrtn Quinn/Brid Kennedy William & Mary Durcan Dauuvris-clear spelling
6/12/1854 Winifred Antny McNulty/Brid Deehan Pat McNulty/Mary Deehan/Quinn Larvane
7/18/1854 Maritn Pat Cunnie/Mary Lyene/Freyne Micl Cunnie/Mary Clarke Kilmactiege
7/18/1854 Mary Pat Rochford/Brid Cunnie Pat Cunnie/Mary Dearcy Culdalea
7/18/1854 Michael Jn Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Pat & Mary Cunnie Culdalea
7/28/1854 Ellen Peter Goldrick/Brid Kennedy Tms Kennedy/Brid Walsh Carroreagh
7/28/1854 Margaret Tms Gallagher/Cath Quinn Luke Quinn/Nancy Morgan Aclare
7/28/1854 Mary Luke Kilmartin/Cath Maye Jn Stenson/Cath Foley Eskaugh
8/2/1854 John Jas Moran/Mary Cunnie John & Mary Cunnie Claddagh
8/5/1854 Atty Antny/Nancy Goldrick John & Bridget Goldrick Mt Taffe
9/11/1854 James Micl Goldrick/Winifred Hegarty Jn Reiley/Mary Stevens Beleclare
9/13/1854 Annie &Atty Pat Maye/Kitty Fleming Lawrence Kitty Maye Corroughboy
9/30/1854 Michael Micl Walsh/Mary Maye Pat Maye/Cath Brett Corroughboy
10/20/1854 Winifred Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn Micl Toher or Tower/Brid Gentry Kilmacteige
10/26/1854 Pat Jas Walsh/Nancy Battle Micl Walsh/Cath Battle Kilmactiege
11/1/1854 Mary Jn Deehan/Mary Grogan Mrtn or Mry Grogan/Biddy Deehan Glenavoo
11/11/1854 Edward Andrew McCoy/Brid Quinn Ned & Bridget McCoy Dauvris
11/18/1854 Patrick Micl O’Dowel/Cath Quinn Dennis & Bridget O’Dowel Mt Taffe
11/18/1854 Patrick Micl Dowd/Cath Quinn Dennis Brid Dowd Mt Taffe
11/20/1854 James Pat McNiff/?Eln Goldrick Antny Goldrick/Winifred McNiff Glenavoo
11/25/1854 John Jn Cunnane/Mary Garvey Pat Cunnane/Mary Durcan-Duncan Tullinagulug
12/2/1854 Annie Mrtn Cunnie/Mary Gallagher Brid Commins-Commons Swineford
12/16/1854 Winifred Jn Quinn/Brid Gorry* Bridget Griffin Clurhy
12/16/1854 Winifred Jn Quinn/Brid Gorry* Michael & Bridget Griffin-Quinn? Clurhy
12/27/1854 Catherine Micl Battle/Nancy McNulty Micl Goldrick/Margaret McNulty Glenavoo
12/28/1854 Patrick Jas O’Donnel/Ann Cunnie Mark Cunnie/Brid O’Donnel Culdalea
12/30/1854 Mary Jn Connel/Alice Goldrick Anthony Connel/Eln? Gortesluin

1/16/1855 Bridget Micl Kinnane/Mary Quinn Jas Kinnane/Margaret Quinn Gortermone
1/20/1855 Anne Jas Christy/Catheine Quinn Martin & Margaret Quinn Culleens
1/22/1855 Catherine Larry McIntire/Mary Goldrick Pat McIntire/Brid Stevens Aclare
1/26/1855 Austin Austin Cunnie/Mary Fleming Pat Fleming/Margaretaget Lundy Kincullew
1/27/1855 Patrick Tms Goldrick/Mary Deehan Mrtn & Mary Deehan Lauravane or Castlerock
1/27/1855 Patrick Anthony Goldrick/Mry Deehan Mrtn & Mary Deehan Castlerock
1/30/1855 Patrick Jas McAlister/Mary Quinn Pat & Bridget Moran Carrowreagh
2/6/1855 John Pat Brennen/Brid Maye Jas Sweeney/Atty Foley Eskaugh
2/10/1855 Mary Austin Rope/Brid Battle John & Bridget Battle Oughavale
2/11/1855 John Jas Goldrick/Mary Cunny Thomas Godrick/Brid Cunny Belclare
2/20/1855 John* Anthony Goldrick/Mary Deehan Martin & Mary Deehan Castlerock
2/26/1855 Patrick*Twins? Anthony Goldrick/Mary Deehan Tms Carr/Margaret/Mary Deehan Castlerock
3/3/1855 Patrick Jn Cunnane/Cath Gallagher Edwrd Cunnane/Eln Gallagher Rhue
3/6/1855 Patrick Mrtn Maye/Brid Cunnane Thomas & Atty Stenson Tullinaglug-may be Tullymoy
3/10/1855 Catherine Tms Carr/Brid Goldrick Tms Moran/Brid Goldrick Castlerock
3/22/1855 Patrick Pat McNulty/Brid Goldrick Owen Mary-Margaret Goldrick Castlerock
3/24/1855 Mary Jn Flynn/Brid Loftus Micl Loftus/Cath Neary Cloonbarry
4/4/1855 Patrick Pat Kivanne/Cath Quinn Micl Quinn/Cath Nolan Gort-Galway
4/24/1855 John Wlm Golden/Brid Quinn Pat Quinn/Brid Walsh Drimina
5/19/1855 James Jas Leonard/Brid Quinn Tms Brennan/M Leonard Drimina
6/17/1855 Anne Jn Cunnie/Mary Clarke Jn Cunnine/Mary Freeny Claddagh
7/17/1855 Patrick Pat Mullen/Mary Dempsey Anthony & Bridget Cobry Tavniana
7/26/1855 John Tms Loftus/Eln O’Hara Tms Loftus/Brid Judge Aclare
7/27/1855 John Micl Griffin/Brid Goldrick James & Mary Griffin Clurhy
8/6/1855 James Micl Ruane/Cath Cawley Phil Cauley/Winifred Scanlin? Tavniana
8/6/1855 Patrick Pat & Bridget Kildun Jn Rose Kildun Tubberoddy
8/11/1855 Bridget Bryan Maye/Nancy O’Hara Micl Margaret-Mary O’Hara Corroughboy
8/30/1855 Patrick __Quinn/Judith Mullaney ? Annagh
9/28/1855 Michael Antny Goldrick/Mary Deehan Mrtn Deehan/Brid Goldrick Castleivor-or Castlerock?
9/29/1855 Bridget Jas Goldrick/Brid Walsh John Goldrick/Mary Walsh Clurhy
10/6/1855 James Jas Gallagher/Cath Ruane James & Bridget Brennen Drimina
10/27/1855 John Micl Maye/Honor Waters Pat & Bridget Stevenson Banada
11/1/1855 Martin Tms Ruane/Anne McDonaugh Owen Ruane/Winifred McDonaugh Clurhy-clear
11/3/1855 Martin*** Pat Lynch/Winifred Quinn Michael & Mary Quinn Cloonbarry
11/3/1855 Thomas*** Pat Lynch/Winifred Quinn Michael & Mary Quinn Cloonbarry
11/4/1855 Martin Jas Grogan/Eln McNulty Mrtn Grogan/Mary McNulty Glenavoo
11/10/1855 Catherine Tms Rochford/Catty Cunny Domonick & Mary Rochford Culddalea
11/14/1855 Thomas Micl Walsh/Mary Maye Tms Mary Maye Corroughboy
11/26/1855 Patrick Pat O’Connor/Mary Deehan Jas Brid Deehan Laurwane
12/2/1855 Thomas Thady Howley/Brid Kildun Tms Mary Kildun Carrowreagh
12/8/1855 Thomas Jn Cunnie/Honor Gilvey Jn Cath McVey Drimina
Father of ***Martin and ***Thomas may have been Jn Cunnane
12/9/1855 Thomas John Goldrick/Bridget Hegarty Pat Hegarty/Mary Roddy Clurhy
12/16/1855 Mary Michael Maye/Cath Higgins Wlm Gorry/Mary Maye Corroughboy

1/1/1856 Anne Thomas Carroll/Bridget Quinn Mark & Bridget Carroll Letterbrone
1/5/1856 John Pat Flynn/Mary Quinn Jn Quinn/Mary Flynn Tullnaglug
1/11/1856 James Bryan Maye/Brid Gentry Micl Slake-or Pat Maye?/Cath Leonard Banada
1/18/1856 Anthony Pat Ruddy/Margaret Quinn Antny Ruddy/Mary Quinn Clurhy
1/20/1856 James Michael Cunnie/Mary O’Hara John/Catherine Cunnie Claddagh
1/26/1856 Patrick Thomas Cunnie/Mary O’Hara John & Mary Quinn-Cunnie Culdalea
1/30/1856 Patrick James McAlister/Mary Quinn Pat Brid Moran Carrowreagh or Carrowleagh
2/1/1856 Catherine Anthony & Bridget Cunnie Jn Horan/Brid McIntyre Clurhy
2/3/1856 James John Goldrick/Atty McDermot Tms Goldrick/Brid McDermot Beleclare
2/9/1856 Michael Michael Cunnie/Brid Walsh John Walsh/Catherine Reid Carane
2/10/1856 Bridget Thomas Gallagher/Cath Quinn ? Kincullew
2/10/1856 Bridget Michael Kilroy/Honor Quinn Pat Kilroy/Mary Gentry Carrowreagh
2/16/1856 Bridget James Kildun/Brid Kennedy Tms Durcan/Margaret Heneglen Tullymoy
2/28/1856 Atty John Quinn/Brid Gurry Pat & Atty Flynn Clurhy
3/1/1856 ? Dennis Murtagh/Mary Cunnie Michael & Mary Murtagh Tubberroddy
3/8/1856 Patrick Mrtn Quinn/Winifred Brennen John & Mary Lundy Coolrecull
3/11/1856 Michael Jn Maye/Brid Moran/Marren Pat Maye/Cath Moran/Marren Tullinaglug
3/14/1856 Patrick Andy McLeary/Brid Quinn Dennis Margaret McGory Dauvrin or Daurvis
3/17/1856 James Jas Cunnane/Elizabeth Brennen Peter Leydon/Atty Brennen Banada
3/28/1856 Anne Pat Brennen/Brid Maye Dom Brennen/Eln Maye Easkaugh
4/5/1856 Patrick Pat Kirrane or Kivanne/Cath Quinn Micl Quinn/Cath Nilan-Nolan Gortermone-or Gort–Galway)
4/12/1856 John Tms Goldrick/Mary Deehan Pat Deehan/Brid Battle Larvane
4/19/1856 Bridget Micl O’Dowd/O’Dowell/Cath Quinn Pat Mary Quinn Mt Taffe
5/8/1856 Michael Martin & Katty Maye Micl Walsh/Nancy O’Hara Corroughboy
5/10/1856 Anne Jas Gallagher/Margaret Quinn Tms Lundy/Mary Harmon Cloongoonah
5/10/1856 Mary Pat Cunnie/Brid Durcan/Duncan Jn Magaret Walsh Carane
5/16/1856 Margaret Micl Kirrane/Cath May Pat Brid May Annagh
5/17/1856 Dennis Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn Thaddeus Atty Quinn Kilmacteige
5/17/1856 Owen John Deehan/Mary Grogan Owen Nancy Goldrick Glenavoo
5/17/1856 Anne Michael & Anne Goldrick Eln Goldrick Clurhy
5/28/1856 Catherine Stephen Cunnie/Sarah Nelis Cornac Cunnie/Cath Niles Culdalea
6/2/1856 Patrick Jas Christy/Cath Quinn Michael & Catherine Quinn Culleens
6/27/1856 Catherine Jas Leonard/Brid Quinn Michael Quinn/Atty Brennan Drimina
7/5/1856 Bridget Henry Mullaney/Anne Kilmartin Pat Mullaney/Mary Kilmartin Curroy
7/17/1856 Bridget Peter Goldrick/Brid Kennedy Pat Mary Kennedy Carrowreagh
7/18/1856 Bridget John Flynn/Bridget Loftus Jn Seevy/Mary Foley Cloonbarry
7/19/1856 John Jn McHugh/Mary Maye Lawrence Eln McHugh Corroughboy
7/28/1856 James Wlm Golden/Brid Quinn ? Drimina
8/2/1856 Margaret Micl Roddy/Mary Maye Jas Roddy/Cath Maye Corroughboy
8/2/1856 Winifred Antny Goldrick/Brid McVeagh Antny Goldrick/Cath McVeagh Elnagua?
8/9/1856 Margaret Antny Goldrick/Mary Deehan Pat & Margaret Deehan Glenavoo or Castlerock?
8/16/1856 Thomas Pat Goldrick/Mary MacDonaugh Jas MacDonaugh/Mary Goldrick Gortesluin
8/27/1856 Michael Jas Goldrick/Mary Convey/Conley Mrtn Margaret Convey/Conley Belclare
8/28/1856 Bernard Tms Loftus/Eln O’Hara Jas Devine/Eln Durcan Aclare
8/30/1856 Mary Jn Dyer/Brid Kilmartin Jn Kilmartin/Brid Dyer Carane
8/30/1856 Patrick Micl Quinn/Judy Mullarkey Pat Mullarkey/Brid Gallagher Annugh
9/3/1856 Mary Jn Cunnane/Mary Garvey/Clarvey Micl Kildun/Anne Battle? Tullinaglug
9/5/1856 Michael Jas Wynne/Brid Cunnie Pat & Catherine Wynne Kilmactiege
9/16/1856 Ellen Pat Cunnie/Mary Finney Wlm Brett/Brid Howley Kilmactiege
9/28/1856 Catherine Pat Kilmartin/Margaret Cahill Austin Walsh/Atty Gawley Tullnaploy
10/5/1856 James Tms Kilmartin/Mary Brett Jn Kilmartin/Winifred Brett Easkeagh
10/6/1856 Michael Jas O’Connor/Brid Quinn John & Anne Quinn Glenavoo
10/11/1856 Bridget Jn Cunnane/Anne-Brid Kennedy* Mark Margaret Kennedy Carnappal-Cavnapapal?
10/11/1856 Anne Luke Kilmartin/Cath Maye Jas Brennen?Mary Walsh Eskaugh
10/18/1856 Margaret Antny McNulty/Brid Quinn Martin & Catherine Quinn Glenavoo
10/18/1856 Margaret Antny McNulty/Brid Deehan Martin & Catherine Deehan Glenavoo
10/19/1856 Peter Micl Goldrick/Winifred Hegarty or Tms &Pat Lundy Winifred Henry Beleclare
10/24/1856 Bridget Pat Flynn/Mary Quinn Michael & Catherine Quinn Tullnaglag
11/8/1856 Honoria Pat Higgins/Anne Goldrick Tms Gallagher/Mary Keaarany Gortesluin
11/15/1856 Thomas Thomas Duncan/Honoria Maye ? Teeymoy
12/13/1856 Honoria Pat Maye/Mary Gorry James Leary/Brid Hurst Corroughboy
12/20/1856 Anthony John Connell/Ellen Goldrick James Keel/Anne Goldrick Gortesluin
12/28/1856 Thomas John & Mary Goldrick Pat & Mary Goldrick Clurhy

1/10/1857 Margaret James O’Hara John & Mary Maye Gortermone
1/13/1857 John Mrtn Maye/Brid Cunnane Pat Kennedy/Mary Flynn Tullymoy
1/26/1857 Patrick Tms Carroll/Brid Quinn Micl Brennen/Anne Lavall Letterbrone
2/10/1857 Bridget Micl Kilroy/Honor Quinn Pat Kilroy/Mary Gentry Carrowreagh
2/13/1857 Mary Micl O’Dowell/Cath Quinn John Quinn/Mary O’Dowell Mt Taffee
2/20/1857 Patrick Mrtn Deehan/Brid Goldrick Mic & Cath Goldrick(nee Deehan) Glenaagua-probably Glenavoo
2/21/1857 Mary Pat Walsh/Margaret Cunnie Jn Walsh/Anne Cunnane Rhue
2/28/1857 Atty John Quinn/Bridget Gurry Pat Flyn/Atty Quinn Clurhy
2/28/1857 Patrick James Feely/Brid Cunnane Edward Cunnane/Mary Feely Rhue
2/28/1857 Anne James Moran/Mary Cunny Pat Anne Gevahan-Moran? Claddagh
3/4/1857 Dillian James Brett/Brid Goldrick John & Mary Brett Cloonbarry
3/7/1857 Patrick Pat Roddy/Margaret Quinn Mrtn Quinn/Baby Loftus Glenavoo
3/13/1857 Patrick John Cunny/Mary O’Hara Wlm Duffy/Anne Kilmartin Culdalea
3/14/1857 John John Cunny/Mary Clark Michae &l Mary Cunny Claddagh
3/14/1857 Patrick Andrew McCory-McLeary/Brid Quinn Dennis Margaret McGory Daurvis or Dauvrin
3/19/1857 Patrick James O’Connor/Brid Quinn Pat Quinn/Mary Hegeary Glenavoo
3/21/1857 Patrick Anthony & Anne Goldrick Pat Goldrick/Cath Neville Mt Taffe
4/12/1857 John Anthony/Bridget Cunny John & Kate Cunny Clurhy
4/16/1857 John Pat Cunniffe/Eln Goldrick Charles Goldrick/Katy McIntire Clurhy
4/16/1857 Mary John Deehan/Mary Grogan James Deehan/Mary McNulty Glenavoo
4/19/1857 Luke Pat Cunnane/Honor Brett Wlm Brett/Mary Henry Tullymoy
4/24/1857 Mary John Leonard/Atty Quinn Jas Leonard/Honoria Quinn Castlerock
5/2/1857 John Micl Kirvane/Mary Quinn Pat Mary-Marg Quinn Gortermone
5/9/1857 Margaret or Mary James Goldrick/Mary Neary Pat Higgins/Brid Goldrick Gortesluin
5/16/1857 Margaret Micl Kinnane-Kirrane/Cath Maye Pat & Bridget Maye Annagh
6/6/1857 John Michael Walsh/Mary Kildun Bartley Winifred Kildun Tubberoddy
6/11/1857 Mary Thomas Cunnie/Mary O’Hara James O’Hara/Mary Kelly Culdalea
6/18/1857 Atty Austin Roper/Brid Battle John Brennen/Mary Roper Aughavale
6/20/1857 John Pat McNulty/Brid Goldrick John O’Boyne/Mary Goldrick Casttlerock
6/22/1857 Patrick James Christy/Cath Quinn Michael & Catherine Quinn Culleens
6/27/1857 Patrick Pat Kildrun/Mary Henry Tms Mary Durcan Rhue
6/27/1857 Catherine James Leonard/Brid Quinn Micl Quinn/Atty Brennen Drimina
7/5/1857 Sarah Martin Battle/Brid Mullarkey Jas Mullarkey/Honor Battle Aclare
7/6/1857 Katy James Gallagher/Peggy Quinn Pat Gallagher/Atty Quinn Cloongoon
7/8/1857 Bridget Andrew Gallagher/Nancy Cunnie Andrew Neary/Mary Gallagher Clurhy
7/18/1857 Bridget John Flynn/Bridget Loftus Jn Seevy/Mary Foley Cloonbarry
7/19/1857 Honoria Pat Walsh/Mary Maye Luke Kilmartin/Cath Maye Rhue
7/28/1857 Michael Michael Griffin/Brid Goldrick Jn Quinn/Honor Loftus Clurhy
8/15/1857 Mary Michael Quinn/Julia Mullanhey Pat Quinn/Brid Mullhaney Gortermone
8/16/1857 Mary Cormac Cunnie/Atty Brennen Tms Gauahan/Brid Brennen Stonepark
8/28/1857 Bernard Thomas Loftus/Ellen O’Hara Jas Devine/Eln Durcan Aclare
8/28/1857 Mary John Goldrick/Brid Murray Jn Murray/Cath Goldrick Glenavoo
9/24/1857 Thomas Pat Connor/Mary Deehan Frank Mulligan/Peggy McNulty Glenavoo
10/16/1857 Bernard Jas Gallagher/Cath Ruane Jn Flynn/Anne Ruane Drimina
10/16/1857 James Bryan Maye/Anne O’Hara Luke & Bridget Mary Corroughboy
10/24/1857 Bridget Pat Flynn/Mary Quinn Micl/Cath Quinn Tullanaglug
11/10/1857 John Bryan Maye/Brid Ginty/Gentry Micl McHugh/Eln Ginty/Gentry Banada
11/16/1857 Bridget Pat Murtagh/Anne Maye Micl Golby/Atty O’Hara Eskaugh
11/17/1857 Martin John Horan/Anne Cunnie Jn Eln Cunnie Claddagh
11/21/1857 Thomas Anthony Murray/Brid Goldrick James & Anne Goldrick Gortesluin
12/5/1857 Richard Michael Ruane/Cath Cawley John & Honoria Heneghan Tavniana
12/6/1857 Bridget Michael Goldrick/Anne McIntyre Pat & Kitty Goldrick Claddagh
12/9/1857 Thomas Thomas Goldrick/Mary Deehan Jn-Jas Sweeney/Mary Deehan Laurvane
12/12/1857 Thomas Michael Kilroy/Honor Quinn Pat & Bridget Quinn Carrowreagh

1/6/1858 Mary Michael Walsh/Atty May Thomas & Bridget Walsh Coolrerecuil
1/6/1858 Bridget Thomas Carr/Bridget Goldrick Thomas & Atty Goldrcik Castlerock
1/16/1858 Thomas John Kilmartin/Mary Harrington Tms Mary Kilmartin Eskaugh
1/26/1858 Patrick Thomas Carroll/Bridget Quinn Micl Brennen/Anne Lavall Letterbrone
1/27/1858 Patrick Tms Ruane/Anne McDonaugh-McDonagel James & Bridget Goldrick Glenavoo
1/27/1858 Luke John Dyer/Bridget Kilmartin ? Carane
1/30/1858 Bridget John Cunnane/Catherine Gallagher Pat Garvey/Brid Gallagher Rhue
2/13/1858 Mary Micl O’Dowd/Cath Quinn Jn Quinn/Mary O’Donnel-O’Dowell Mt Taffe
2/13/1858 Micl James Harte/Atty Maye Pat Maye/Margaret Harte Gortermone
2/18/1858 Mary John Cunnane/Anne Kennedy Pat Kennedy/Anne Henegan Carnapapal?
3/6/1858 Mary Pat Mullen/Mary Ruane Anthony & Anne Ruane Mt Taffe
3/6/1858 Patrick Pat Roddy/Margaret Quinn Mrtn Quinn(or Loftus) & Baby Loftus Glenavoo
3/19/1858 Patrick James O’Connor/Brid Quinn Pat Quinn/Mary Hegerty/Hegeary Glenavoo
3/27/1858 Mary John Maye/Brid Marren or Moran Micl Marren/Mary Maye Tullanaglug
3/30/1858 Patrick Micl Cunnie/Brid Walsh Jn Nealin/Mary Murtagh or Micl Walsh & Brid CunCarane
4/9/1858 Atty Pat Farwell/Brid Dempsey Pat Atty Reid Cloonca
4/10/1858 Mary John Deehan/Mary Grogan Jas Deehan/Mary McNulty Glenavoo
4/14/1858 Mary Pat Cunnane/Margaret Doyle Mrtn Doyle/Cath Mullarkey Gortermone
4/17/1858 Mary Dennis Murtagh/Mary Cunnie Austin Mary Cunnie Tubberoddy
4/24/1858 Mary John Leonard/Atty Quinn Jas Leonard/Honoria Quinn Castlerock
5/2/1858 John Michael Kirvane/Mary Quinn Pat Margaret-Mary Quinn Gortermone
5/7/1858 Michael Michael Cunny/Mary Walsh Tom & Kitty Fahy ?
5/23/1858 Kitty John Goldrick/Brid Hegarty Michael & Mary Goldrick Glenavoo
Jun/1858 Mary James Goldrick/Brid Walsh Pat Margaret Devine Clurhy
6/15/1858 Mary Martin Deehan/Bridget Goldrick Antny Goldrick/Margaret-Mary Deehan** Larvane
6/18/1858 James Martin Quinn/Brid Kennedy Tms Kennedy-or Pat McArole/Cath Neary?) Arnaugh
7/3/1858 Catherine Michael Maye/Cath Higgins Brnrd Maye/Margaret Higgins Corroughboy
7/6/1858 Kitty/Katy James Gallagher/Peggy Quinn Pat Gallagher/Atty Quinn Cloongonagh-or Cloongoon
7/26/1858 Bridget John Cunnane/Mary Garvey Tms Kennedy/Cath Duffey Tulanaglug
8/15/1858 Mary Micl Quinn/Julia Mullarkey* Pat Quinn/Brid Mullarkey-Mullanhey Gortermone
8/29/1858 Winifred Micl O’Dowell/Catherine Quinn Patrick & Mary Quinn Mountain
9/10/1858 Mary John Leonard/Bridget Quinn Tms Quinn(Leonard?)/Brid Leonard* Drimina
9/12/1858 James Johanus Goldrick/Mary Commins John & Mary Goldrick Beleclare
9/26/1858 Thomas Pat Connor/Mary Deehan Frank Mulligan/Peggy Mcnulty Glenavoo
10/12/1858 Mary John Calvey/Mary Ruane Pat Kelly/Sally Ruane Kincullen
11/14/1858 Bridget** Patrick Kennedy/Winifred Maye Mrtn Maye/Brid Higgins Daurvis
11/16/1858 Bridget** Patrick/Brid Goldrick Micl Nevlin/Cath Goldrick Castlerock
11/21/1858 Thomas**Twins? Peter-Pat/Brid Goldrick Thomas Goldrick/Anne Finlan Gortesluin
12/6/1858 Mary Dan Mulligan/Brid Goldrick Michael & Catherine Garty Cloonca
12/12/1858 Thomas Michael Kilroy/Honor Quinn Patrick & Bridget Quinn Carrowreagh or Carrouncagh
12/26/1858 Michael John Cunny/Mary Clarke Michael & Bridget Cunny Claddagh
12/26/1858 Ellen Thomas Neary/Kitty Cunny Michael & Ellen Cunny Claddagh
12/26/1858 Anne William Gouldin/Bridget Quinn Patrick & Kate Brennen Drimina

1/16/1859 Pat Matthew/Mary Battle Mrtn Horan/Jn Mullarkey Aclare
1/22/1859 Bridget Tms Ruane/Anne McDonagh-McDonagel Owen & Bridget Ginty/Gentry Glenavoo
2/1/1859 Michael James Christy/Cath Quinn Antny Mealie/Atty Christy Culleens
2/1/1859 Mary Micl Roddy/Mary Maye Mrtn Healy/Brid Stevenson Cloonbarry
2/5/1859 Mary Martin & Margaret Grogan James & Bridget Clarke Lauravane
2/24/1859 Biddy Tms Goldrick/Mary Deehan Pat Deehan/Mary Goldrick(Nee Deehan?*) Laravane or Larvane
3/8/1859 ? Tms Carr/Brid Goldstien Micl Carr/Mary Goldrick Castlerock
3/10/1859 Bridget Pat Walsh/Margaret Cunnane Edwrd Cunnane/Mary Feely Rhue
3/20/1859 Patrick Pat Walsh/Anne Kildun Jas Goldrick/Mary O’Hara Tobberrody
6/5/1859 Peter Pat Cunniffe/Eln Goldrick Mrtn Kennedy/Brid Cunnane Glenavoo
6/18/1859 James Martin Quinn/Bridget Kennedy Pat McArole/Cath Neary?* Annagh
*Pat McArole/Cath Neary? or Tms Kennedy & Mary McVey
6/21/1859 Patrick Jas Goldrick/Patty or Kitty Walsh* Pat Walsh/Brid Kildun Glenavoo
7/1/1859 Atty Pat Murtagh/Nannie Maye Pat Murtagh/Nannie Bradhal Bradhal
8/28/1859 Winifred Micl O’Dowd-O’Dowell/Cath Quinn Pat & Mary Quinn Mountain
8/29/1859 Luke Martin & Bridget Maye Jn Cunnane/Mary Clurhy-Garvey? Tubberoddy
9/10/1859 Mary Jas or Jn Leonard/Brid Quinn Tms & Brid Leonard-may have been* Drimina
*Tms & Brid Leonard-may have been Tms Quinn and Brid Leonard
9/27/1859 ? Antny Murray/Brid Goldrick Jn Murray/Ann Roddy Gortesluin
10/22/1859 Michael James & Mary Goldrick Jas Roddy Mary Higgins Gortesluin
10/29/1859 Michael Martin Deehan/Mary Goldrick Pat Mary Deehan Glenavoo
10/30/1859 Mary John & Anne Goldrick John Miller/Atty Brennen Banada
10/30/1859 James James & Bridget Goldrick Pat/Peter Goldrick/Mary Roddy Gortesluin
12/22/1859 John John Godrick/Brid Kennedy Anthony Murray/Bridget Goldrick Glenavoo
12/26/1859 Thomas John Harte/Brid Maye James & Kate Maye Cloongoonagh
12/26/1859 Anne Wlm Golding/Brid Quinn ? Drimina
12/27/1859 Mary Peter Goldrick/Brid Finlan James & Mary Finlan Gortesluin
12/30/1859 Mary Michael Kildun/Brid Cunnie Bartly Quinn Mt Taffee
12/31/1859 ? Thomas Walsh/Bridget Kildun Dennis O’Hara/Margaret Kildun Drimina

1/8/1860 Michael Pat Mullen/MaryRuane Micl Ruane/Margaret Murray Mt Taffe
1/14/1860 Bridget John Dyer/Bridget Kilmartin Hugh Dyer/Mary Kilmartin Lavane
1/14/1860 Bridget Pat Loftus/Mary Boyle/Coyne Brnrd Bryan/Wini Parhohall-Broadhall? Gortermone
1/22/1860 Anthony Michael & Anne Goldrick Pat Goldrick/Peggy Neary Glenavoo
1/22/1860 Honoria Tms & Mary Gavahan Owen & Mary Cunnie Claddagh
1/28/1860 Patrick Ned Cunnane/Sarah Vesey Pat Walsh/Alice Vesey Rhue
2/16/1860 Mary Jas Walsh/Anne Battle Pat & Mary Battle Clooneen
2/18/1860 Mary Jn Heneghan/May Quinn Jn Quinn/Mary Heneghan Tavniana-or Launiena
29/Feb/1860 Thomas Tms Carroll/Brid Quinn Terrence Winifred Carroll Letterbrone
3/3/1860 Mary Pat Clarke/Mary Goldrick Micl Kirrane/Brid Goldrick Castlerock
3/6/1860 Mary Tms Neary/Mary Cunnie Pat Neary/Mary Cunnie Claddagh
3/10/1860 Patrick Jn Deehan/Mary Grogan Martin Deehan Glenavoo
3/10/1860 Patrick John & Mary Deehan(or May) Mrtn Deehan/Brid Lawley/Lowrey Glenavoo
3/17/1860 Kate Jn Kilmartin/Mary Harrington Tms Kildun/Atty O’Hara Easkaugh
4/29/1860 James Pat & Mary Cunnie Pat Brodhall/Mary Cunnie Belclare
5/19/1860 John Jas Kilmartin/Atty Cawley Antny Cawley/Brid Brennen Knockahoney
5/27/1860 Bridget Micl Walsh/Atty Maye Jas Durcan/Anne Dempsey Caulrcuill
6/2/1860 Mary Pat Walsh/Anne Kildun Bartly Winifred Kildun Tubberoddy
6/4/1860 Mary & William? Jn Quinn/Mary O’Hara Pat Dempsey/Mary O’Hara Culdalea
6/10/1860 Thomas Micl Cunnie/Brid Walsh Jn Walsh/Brid Cawley Carrane-or Barrane
6/17/1860 Anne Micl Ruane/Kate Carroll Antny Henry/Anne Cawley Glenavoo
6/27/1860 Bridget Jn Leonard/Atty Quinn Patrick & Bridget Leonard Kincullew-Kinculllew is near Cloonbar
6/27/1860 Patrick Anthony & Bridget Cunny Antny Brody/Sarah McQuinn(Meliunn?) Clurly
7/6/1860 Margaret Jn Cunnane/Kate Gallagher Jn Garvey/Bessy Hess Rhue
7/9/1860 ? Jas O’Hara/Anne Cunnie Pat Horan/Elizabeth O’Hara Claddagh
7/14/1860 John Micl Quinn/Judy Mullarkey Antny Mullarkey/Ann Dunleary Annagh
7/18/1860 Margaret & William? Jas Gallagher/Mary Quinn Jas Lundy/Brid Higgins Cloongoonagh
7/29/1860 Mary John & Anne Goldrick Jn Roddy/Brid Goldrick Gortesluin
7/29/1860 Mary Tms Kilmartin/Mary Brett Jn Kilmartin/Mary Heneglan Easkaugh
8/4/1860 Andrew Micl Goldrick/Winifred Hegarty Jas Hegarty/Brid Crommy Belclare
8/11/1860 Bridget John Maye/Bridget Moran Mark Margaret Moran-Marren Tullanaglug
8/19/1860 John Micl Quinn/Brid Mullen Mrtn Mary Quinn Laviane-Possibly Laurvane/Larvane
8/25/1860 Michael John & Mary Goldrick Dan Roddy/Kate Goldrick Glenavoo
8/25/1860 Anne Anthony Maye/Brid Hayden Peter Brennen/Phobe Maye Rhue
8/26/1860 Mary Peter Harte/Ann Jordan Michael & Margaret Harte Cloongoonagh
8/27/1860 Michael Antny O’Donnel/Mary Goldrick Pat Kivlehan/Brid Goldrick Mt Taffe
8/28/1860 Mary John Walsh/Bridget Quinn Tms Walsh/Judy Mullarkey Annagh-near Tobercurry
9/1/1860 James Tms Dunne/Alice Quinn Micl Haynes/Margaret Reiley Cloongoonagh-or Clooninagh)
9/12/1860 Pat & Bridget Mrtn Grogan//Margaret Clarke John Deehan/Peggy Grogan Glenavoo
9/20/1860 Mary** Pat Mullen/Mary Dempsey Michael Quinn/Bridget Dempsey Annagh-or Taviana
9/22/1860 Michael** Twins? Pat Mullen/Mary Dempsey Andy & Peggy Ruane Taviana
10/17/1860 Eliza Micl May/Mry Gorman Not Noted Not Noted
10/22/1860 Mary James O’Hara/Atty Kildun Hugh & Rose Kildun Aclare
11/1/1860 ? John Niland/Brid Kilmartin Jn Murtagh/Mary Leonard Coolrecunll
12/16/1860 Biddy* James Goldrick/Mary Quinn John & Ellen Goldrick Castlerock
12/16/1860 Thomas*Twins? James Goldrick/Mary Quinn Pat-John & Bridget Quinn Castlerock
12/28/1860 Anne John Goldrick/Kate Walsh John & Kate Walsh Glenavoo
12/29/1860 Bridget Jn Goldrick/Ann-Atty McDermott Thomas & Ann McDermott Letterbrone
12/30/1860 Bessy Thomas Stenson/Mary Goldrick John & Ann Goldrick Gortesluin
12/30/1860 Mary John Stenson/Brid Kildun Pat Kildun & Atty Stenson Eskaugh

1/5/1861 Bridget John O’Donnell/Mary Maye John Mullarke/Mary Maye Castlerock
1/13/1861 Thomas Michael Goldrick/Anne Jennings Pat Walsh/Mary Jennings Banada
1/20/1861 Patrick Andy McIntire/Margaret Quinn* Micl Carty/Honor McIntire Annagh
1/20/1861 ? Pat McIntire/Mary Quinn* ? Annagh
2/3/1861 Mary Pat Flynn/Mary Quinn John & Anne Quinn Tullnaglug-Kilmacteige Civil Parish
2/3/1861 Honor John Cunnane/Honor Gilvey John & Kate Gilvey Drimina
2/3/1861 Kate Pat Cunny/Bridget Durcan Michael & Bridget Walsh Lavane-may be Carane
2/23/1861 Mary James Goldrick/Mary Conway Mrtn Conway/Mary Goldrick Beleclare
3/3/1861 Patrick Micl Kildun/Brid Higgins Henry & Mary Higgins Clooneen
3/3/1861 Katie Pat Roddy/Peggy Quinn Martin & Anne Quinn Glenavoo
3/9/1861 Daniel Martin Deehan/Bridget Goldrick Pat Deehan/Mary Goldrick Larvane
3/15/1861 John Martin Battle/Kate Brett John Brennen/Bridget Battle Stonepark
3/24/1861 Kate Michael Dowd/Kate Quinn John & Bridget Dowd Mt Taffe
3/31/1861 Mary Thomas & Bridget Goldrick James & Margaret-Mary Goldrick Gortesluin
4/14/1861 Anne John Flynn/Bridget Loftus Pat Flynn/Brid Heneghen Cloonbarry
4/14/1861 Mary Bryan Maye/Anne O’Hara Pat Maye/Mary Garvey Corroughboy
4/28/1861 Thomas Michael Walsh/Mary Kildun Pat Walsh/Anne Heneghan Tubberrody
5/4/1861 Mary Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn* Edwrd Brid Quinn Kilmactiege
5/4/1861 Atty Pat Gentry/Mary Quinn* Micl O’Hara/Atty Kildun Kilmactiege
5/12/1861 ? Antny Cadry/Mary Kildun Micl Cadry/Mary Kelly Mt Taffe
5/26/1861 Mary Tms Carr/Brid Goldrick Antny Cecelia Leone Castlerock
6/4/1861 Mary Micl Griffin/Brid Goldrick Jas Brid Morgan Clurhy
6/6/1861 Mary Jas Goldrick/Brid Walsh Micl Walsh/Mary Kildun** Glenavoo
**Godparents may have been Pat & Margaret Divine
7/12/1861 Attracta Micl Kilroy/Honoria Quinn Pat Gallagher/Ann Kelley Carrowreagh-or Carrnnegh
7/21/1861 Michael Bryan May/Brid Ginty James & Mary May Banada
7/21/1861 John Andy McCoy/Brid Quinn Andy McCoy/Kate Stenson Dauvris
7/28/1861 Mary Jas Walsh/Brid Maye Martin & Mary Walsh Tourlestrane
8/11/1861 John Pat McNulty/Bridget Goldrick Nell Clarke/Margaret Goldrick Castlerock
8/15/1861 Thomas Pat Murtagh/Anne Maye Jas Murtagh/Eln Maye Easkeagh
8/18/1861 Anne Peter Goldrick/Brid Finlan James & Mary Finlan Gortesluin
8/25/1861 James James Christy/Kate Quinn John Quinn/Anne Brennen Annagh-or maybe Culleens
9/1/1861 Bridget John Connell/Ellen Goldrick Pat McNulty/Brid Connel Gortesluin
9/1/1861 Mary Micl Walsh/Mary Maye Jn Mary Walsh Corroughboy
9/8/1861 James Pat Walsh/Brid Kildun Pat Deehan/Mary Kildun Tubberoddy
9/8/1861 Bridget Jas Conor-O’Conor/Brid Quinn Thomas O’Conor/Ellen Quinn Lauravane-or Fauvauane?
9/15/1861 Anne Cormac Brennen/Mary Maye Jn/Anne_? Lorlvecrrill
9/18/1861 John Micl Kildun/Brid Connell Antny Connel/Margaret Kildun Mt Taffe
9/22/1861 Winifred Micl Roddy/Mary Maye Michael & Mary Finan Cloonbarry
9/23/1861 Martin James Battle/Anne Fleming Nick Lundy/Honoria Battle Corroughboy
10/2/1861 Catheine Thomas Neary/Kate Cunnie James Moran/Mary Leonard Claddagh
10/6/1861 Catheine Martin Quinn/Brid Kennedy Michael Burke/Mary Quinn Annagh
10/20/1861 Anne Michael Kirvane/Mary Quinn John Rodgers/Bridget Kirvane Gortermone
11/9/1861 Margaret Martin Maye/Bridget Durcan Bryan Maye/Margaret Kennedy Coolrecuill
11/17/1861 James Pat Maye/Brid Duffy James Harte/Atty Maye Tullinaglug
11/17/1861 Patrick Michael Walsh/Atty Maye John & Mary Walsh Coolrecuill
11/17/1861 Kate Luke Maye/Bridget Higgins Michael & Bridget Maye Corroughboy
11/17/1861 Anne Michael Maye/Kate Higgins John Walsh/Kate Harte Corroughboy
12/1/1861 Anne John Cunnane/Mary Garvey Thomas & Anne Garvey Tullymoy
12/1/1861 Mary James Walsh/Bridget Kildun James Kildun/Mary Cahill Tullanaglug
12/1/1861 Mary Micl(Maye?) & Mary Goldrick John & Bridget Goldrick Glenavoo
12/21/1861 Thomas John & Honora Goldrick Michae &l Mary Goldrick Glenavoo
12/29/1861 Mary John Kennedy/Kate Quinn Martin & Mary Quinn Gortermone
12/29/1861 Atty John Cunnane/Kate Kilmartin Mary Kilmartin Carnagupal-or Cavnagupal

1/12/1862 Bridget Michael Leonard/Atty Goldrick Thomas Carr/Bridget Goldrick Castlerock
1/16/1862 John Anthony Murray/Bridget Goldrkck Pat & Kate Goldrick Taunigraphy
2/2/1862 Attracta John Cunnane/Bridget Henry Pat & Mary Henry Rhue
2/2/1862 Mary Pat Connor/Mary Deehan James Deehan/Mary McNulty Lauravane
2/6/1862 Thomas John Goldrick/Brid Murray Tms Murray/Mary Goldrick Glenavoo
2/6/1862 Rose John O’Donnel/Mary Maye Jn Mullarkey/Mary Killoran Castlerock?
2/16/1862 Bridget James Leonard/Bridget Quinn Frank Quinn/Ann Howley? Drimina
2/20/1862 Bridget John Kildun/Mary Walsh Luke Walsh/Winifred Dunne Lislea
2/22/1862 Kate Antny McNulty/Bridget Deehan Jas Griffin/Mary Maye Laurvane
2/23/1862 Patrick Pat Cunnane/Honoria Brett Jas Brennen/Mary-Margaret Rooney Tullymoy
3/13/1862 Patrick Jn Cunnie-Cunny/Marg-Mry Gallagher* Pat Cunnie/Anne Gallagher Claddagh
3/13/1862 Antohny Pat McNiffe/Eln Goldrick John Goldrick/Brid Ginry Glenavoo
3/16/1862 Antohny Pat Mullen/Mary Ruane John Ruane/Ellen Mullen Mt Taffe
4/20/1862 Pat or Peter-twins? John Harte/Bridget Maye Pat & Mary Harte Cloongoonagh
4/25/1862 Maria James Goldrick/Mary Quinn Owen Goldrick/Mary McVean Castlerock
5/14/1862 Biddy & William William & Bridget Quinn ? Clurhy?
5/29/1862 John Michael Kirrane/Kate Maye Pat Reid/Mary Farrell Annagh
6/22/1862 Margaret James O’Hara/Atty Kildun Pat Kildun/Winifred Howby Aclare
6/22/1862 John Thomas Kildun/Alice Quinn Dan O’Hara/Mary Gallagher Drimatrin-or Cloongoonagh
6/22/1862 Mary James O’Brien/Annie Rafferty John & Mary Goldrick Gortesluin
6/29/1862 Margaret John McGoldrick/Mary Sweeny Jn McQuinn/Kate Harte Tourlestrane
7/6/1862 ? Pat Clarke/Mary Goldrick Pat Regan/Atty Kirrane Castlerock
7/10/1862 Michael Michael Quinn/Brid Mullen-Muller Peter Garley-Corley/Eln Quinn Tavniana-or Favniane?
7/12/1862 ? James Jennings/Kate Kilmartin Luke & Bridget Brennen Curroy
8/31/1862 Luke Pat Maye/Brid Duffey Mark Carrol/Winifred Stenson* Eskaugh**
(*godparents may have been Pat Kennedy & Atty Duffy-and location **Tullinaglug)
09/06/07 Patrick John & Mary Goldrick Wiliam Roddy/Brid Goldrick Glenavoo
9/16/1862 Michael John Goldrick/Kate McIntyre Pat & Bridget Kensy Claddagh
9/19/1862 Austin Thomas Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Austin Cunnie/Winifred Dearsy Culdalea
9/30/1862 James Pat Cunnie/Pat Ferain* Pat McDonnel/Peggy Conway Kilmactiege
10/2/1862 Hugh John Kilmartin/Mary Harrington Michael Gauaglan/Atty Kilmartin Easkaugh
10/5/1862 Bridget Michael Quinn/Judy Mullarkey John Neary/Brid Quinn Annagh
10/5/1862 Michael John Heneghan/Mary Quinn Jas Peggy(Mary?) Quinn Fauniana-or Tavniana
10/20/1862 Mary Thomas Stevenson/Mary Goldrick James & Kate Goldrick Gortelsin
11/19/1862 William John Cunnie/Mary O’Hara Thomas & Kate Cunnie Culdalea
11/21/1862 James John Deehan/Mary Grogan James McNulty/Peggy Clarke Glenavoo
11/30/1862 James Michael Goldrick/Anne Jennings Thomas Goldrick/Mary Walsh Banada
12/21/1862 Bridget Michael Cunnie/Bridget Walsh Pat Cunnie/Bridget Ducan Carane-or Favane
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Kilmacteige Roman Catholic CHURCH RECORDS (BAPTISMS)

 

Roman Catholic CHURCHES South Sligo – Kilmacteige

 Roman Catholic CHURCHES South Sligo – Kilmacteige

Kilmacteige Roman Catholic CHURCHES 1800-1900s. Prior to this the Church is listed on Page #

Three (3) Church in the Diocese of Kilmacteige

1) St Attracta’s, Tourlestrane  (main Church where records were kept, PP recopied records from the 1800s to 1920 time frame in 1920, in neat hand written ledger)

2) Our Lady of The Rosary, Kilmactigue

3) The Lake Church, Loch Talt 

St Attracta's, Tourlestrane

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Our Lady of The Rosary, Kilmactigue

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The Lake Church, Loch Talt

St Attracta’s, Tourlestrane 

 

 

http://achonrydiocese.org/parishes/sligo/tourlestrane/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O’HARA’s in Griffiths’ Sligo 1848-1864

O’HARA’s in Griffiths’ Sligo 1848-1864

 

O’Hara’s in Co. Sligo in Griffith’s 1848-1864
Posted by: Reinhart Char (ID *****2588) Date: November 24, 2007 at 07:56:59
of 1939

In the International Records: Index to Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland, 1848-1864, I found:

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Ballysadare

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmuldoney

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmuldoney Town of Ballysadare

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Town of Ballysadare (Part of)

O’Hara, Anne
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Ballyogan

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonacool

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Abbey Street

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Coolrecuill

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Glennawoo

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Guldaly

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Bartholomew
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Kilcummin

O’Hara, Bartholomew
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Bridget
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Bryan
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Ballyogan

O’Hara, Catherine
County: Sligo Parish: Cairy
Location: Ballynamona

O’Hara, Catherine
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Bunree

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloondrihara

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Laughil

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Cloonacurra

O’Hara, Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcolumb
Location: Lisconny

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrowgavneen

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacarrick

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Coolaney

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Gortakeeran

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Killoran, North

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Rathbarran

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Rathosey

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Shancough

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Annagh Beg

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Annagh More

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ardcree

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ranaghan Beg

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ranaghan More

O’Hara, Charles
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo High Street (West Side)

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacleigha

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownleam

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Creevaun

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonbaniff

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Crockcullion

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmullin

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Larkhill

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugawarry

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnadeffa

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Mullanashee

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Tullaghan

O’Hara, Cormack
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Knocknacross

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnamackan

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Rev. David
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Cloonagh

O’Hara, Rev. David
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Fallougher

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnamackan

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Dominick, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Dominick, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Domk., Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Domk., Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Edward
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Quignashee

O’Hara, Francis
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrownacreevy

O’Hara, Francis
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Larkhill

O’Hara, Honor
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo John Street (North Side)

O’Hara, Honoria
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Honoria
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockahoney

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonacool

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Ahamlish
Location: Creevykeel

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcliff
Location: Gortarowey

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Creevaun

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Shancough

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carns. Village of Aclare

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Behy More

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Lackagh

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Ratcliffe Street

O’Hara, James, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carnyara

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowreagh (Knox)

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Cairy
Location: Ballynamona

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Castleconor
Location: Ballymoneen

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Cloonoghil
Location: Moyrush

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Killerry
Location: Cartrontayler

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacleigha

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Guldaly

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Toorlestraun

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Corimla, South

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo Smiths Row

O’Hara, Manis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Maragaret
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Margaret
County: Sligo Parish: Killadoon
Location: Coollemoneen

O’Hara, Margaret
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowreilly

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Carrickbanagher

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Coolrecuill

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, May
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun or Ropefield

O’Hara, Mich.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Easky
Location: Killeenduff

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Emlaghfad
Location: Carrowcushely

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Gortakeeran

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Carrownagilty

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Claddagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Glennawoo

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun, or Ropefield

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Knappagh Road (South Side)

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Love Lane

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Ratcliffe Street

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo Water Lane (West Side)

O’Hara, Michael, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Michael, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Pat.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Corsallagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Mullaun

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Tullycusheenmore

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Carrickbanagher

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Cloonoghil
Location: Ballinvally, or Roadstown

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcliff
Location: Drumcliff South

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Emlagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Belclare

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Largan

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Ballyholan

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Corimla, South

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Chapel Street

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Church-Street

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ballymurray

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun, or Ropefield

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Skreen
Location: Carrownaboll

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Meenmore

O’Hara, Patrick, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Banada

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carns. Village of Aclare

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloonbarry

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Sarah
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, Sibby
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Town of Tobercurry

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Castleconor
Location: Bunnanilra

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Emlaghfad
Location: Carrigans, Lower

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrigeenagowna

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilturra
Location: Rathbaun, South

O’Hara, Thomas, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Thomas, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, William
County: Sligo Parish: Easky
Location: Killeenduff

O’Hara, William
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

 

 

 

 

 

O'HARA's in Griffiths' Sligo 1848-1864

O’HARA’s in Griffiths’ Sligo 1848-1864

 

O’Hara’s in Co. Sligo in Griffith’s 1848-1864
Posted by: Reinhart Char (ID *****2588) Date: November 24, 2007 at 07:56:59
of 1939

In the International Records: Index to Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland, 1848-1864, I found:

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Ballysadare

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmuldoney

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmuldoney Town of Ballysadare

O’Hara, Andrew
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Town of Ballysadare (Part of)

O’Hara, Anne
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Ballyogan

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonacool

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Anthony
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Abbey Street

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Coolrecuill

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Glennawoo

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Arthur
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Guldaly

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Austin
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Bartholomew
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Kilcummin

O’Hara, Bartholomew
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Bridget
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Bryan
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Ballyogan

O’Hara, Catherine
County: Sligo Parish: Cairy
Location: Ballynamona

O’Hara, Catherine
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Bunree

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloondrihara

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Laughil

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Cloonacurra

O’Hara, Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcolumb
Location: Lisconny

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrowgavneen

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacarrick

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Coolaney

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Gortakeeran

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Killoran, North

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Rathbarran

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Rathosey

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Shancough

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Annagh Beg

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Annagh More

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ardcree

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ranaghan Beg

O’Hara, Maj. Charles
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ranaghan More

O’Hara, Charles
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo High Street (West Side)

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacleigha

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownleam

O’Hara, Maj. Chas.
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Creevaun

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonbaniff

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Crockcullion

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Knockmullin

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Larkhill

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugawarry

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnadeffa

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Mullanashee

O’Hara, Maj. Chas. K.
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Tullaghan

O’Hara, Cormack
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Knocknacross

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnamackan

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Daniel
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Rev. David
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Cloonagh

O’Hara, Rev. David
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Fallougher

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Lugnamackan

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Denis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Dominick, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Dominick, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Domk., Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Domk., Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Edward
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Quignashee

O’Hara, Francis
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrownacreevy

O’Hara, Francis
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Larkhill

O’Hara, Honor
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo John Street (North Side)

O’Hara, Honoria
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Honoria
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Town of Coolaney

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Hugh
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockahoney

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Cloonacool

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Ahamlish
Location: Creevykeel

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcliff
Location: Gortarowey

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Creevaun

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Shancough

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carns. Village of Aclare

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Behy More

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Lackagh

O’Hara, James
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Ratcliffe Street

O’Hara, James, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carnyara

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowreagh (Knox)

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Cairy
Location: Ballynamona

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Castleconor
Location: Ballymoneen

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Cloonoghil
Location: Moyrush

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Killerry
Location: Cartrontayler

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Carrownacleigha

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Guldaly

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Toorlestraun

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Corimla, South

O’Hara, John
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo Smiths Row

O’Hara, Manis
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Maragaret
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Margaret
County: Sligo Parish: Killadoon
Location: Coollemoneen

O’Hara, Margaret
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Carrowreilly

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Carrickbanagher

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Coolrecuill

O’Hara, Mary
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, May
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun or Ropefield

O’Hara, Mich.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Easky
Location: Killeenduff

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Emlaghfad
Location: Carrowcushely

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Gortakeeran

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Carrownagilty

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Claddagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Glennawoo

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Lislea V/Aclare Road To Tobercurry

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun, or Ropefield

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Knappagh Road (South Side)

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Love Lane

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: T/Sligo Ratcliffe Street

O’Hara, Michael
County: Sligo Parish: St. Johns
Location: Town of Sligo Water Lane (West Side)

O’Hara, Michael, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Michael, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Pat.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Corsallagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Mullaun

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Tullycusheenmore

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Ballysadare
Location: Carrickbanagher

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Cloonoghil
Location: Ballinvally, or Roadstown

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Drumcliff
Location: Drumcliff South

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacallan
Location: Emlagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Belclare

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrowreagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloongoonagh

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kincuillew

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Knockbrack

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Largan

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Ballyholan

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Corimla, South

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Chapel Street

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: T/Ardnaree/Church-Street

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Ballymurray

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Kilvarnet
Location: Falnasoogaun, or Ropefield

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Skreen
Location: Carrownaboll

O’Hara, Patrick
County: Sligo Parish: Toomour
Location: Meenmore

O’Hara, Patrick, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Kilmacteige

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Banada

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carns. Village of Aclare

O’Hara, Peter
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Letterbrone

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Killoran
Location: Seevness

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Cloonbarry

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Killure

O’Hara, Roger
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmorgan
Location: Branchfield

O’Hara, Sarah
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Carrowntemple

O’Hara, Sibby
County: Sligo Parish: Achonry
Location: Town of Tobercurry

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Castleconor
Location: Bunnanilra

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Emlaghfad
Location: Carrigans, Lower

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Annaghmore

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilfree
Location: Doon

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacowen
Location: Carrowmore

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilmacteige
Location: Carrigeenagowna

O’Hara, Thomas
County: Sligo Parish: Kilturra
Location: Rathbaun, South

O’Hara, Thomas, Jr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, Thomas, Sr.
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

O’Hara, William
County: Sligo Parish: Easky
Location: Killeenduff

O’Hara, William
County: Sligo Parish: Kilglass
Location: Culleens

 

 

 

 

 

Knock, Mayo, Ireland

 

Knock, Mayo, Ireland

 

 

Knock, Mayo:
Townlands or streets.

New!: Click here to see the Ordnance Survey map covering Knock published in 1837-9 .
Click on a place-name below for records from Griffith’s on Askaboutireland.

Click on ‘1901’ or ‘1911’ to see census records for the corresponding place-name.

Place name
  Aghtaboy  1901  1911
  Ballyhowly  1901  1911
  Ballyroe  1901  1911
  Bohaun  1901  1911
  Caldragh  1901  1911
  Carrowcor  1901  1911
  Carrowmore  1901  1911
  Carrownamallaght  1901  1911
  Churchfield  1901  1911
  Cloondace  1901  1911
  Cloonfaughna  1901  1911
  Cloonlavis Lower  1901  1911
  Cloonlavis Upper  1901  1911
  Cloonlee  1901  1911
  Cloonnagleragh  1901  1911
  Cloontarriff  1901  1911
  Cloonturnaun  1901  1911
  Cregganbrack  1901  1911
  Crockaunrannell  1901  1911
  Cuillatinny  1901  1911
  Curraghlahan  1901  1911
  Curraghteemore  1901  1911
  Derradda  1901  1911
  Derragh  1901  1911
  Derry  1901  1911
  Derryool  1901  1911
  Drum  1901  1911
  Eden  1901  1911
  Esker  1901  1911
  Eskerymorilly  1901  1911
  Faughil  1901  1911
  Killeen  1901  1911
  Killoveeny  1901  1911
  Kincon  1901  1911
  Knockbaun  1901  1911
  Knockroe  1901  1911
  Lecarrow  1901  1911
  Lispatrick  1901  1911
  Magheramore  1901  1911
  Roosky  1901  1911
  Sallyhernaun  1901  1911
  Shanaghmoyle  1901  1911
  Shanvaghera  1901  1911
  Slievenabrehan  1901  1911
  Srah  1901  1911

Most common surnames in Knock in 1856-7

Surname   Households
Byrne 22
Morley 20
Carney 18
Flatley 17
Curry 16
Finn 15
Mulkeen 12
Beasty 9
Egan 9
Jordan 8

 

 


Parishes adjoining Knock
(MapID = 56)

Parish
County
MapID
Aghamore Mayo 4
Bekan Mayo 17
Kilcolman (Clanmorris) Mayo 33
Killedan Mayo 45

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Mayo Civil Partishes

 

Mayo civil parishes.

Click on a parish name, or on the map, to see:

  • – all placenames in that parish;
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  • – a list of adjoining parishes;
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Map ID

Parish

1 Achill
2 Addergoole
3 Aghagower
4 Aghamore
5 Aglish
6 Annagh
7 Ardagh
8 Attymass
9 Balla
10 Ballinchalla
11 Ballinrobe
12 Ballintober
13 Ballyhean
14 Ballynahaglish
15 Ballyovey
16 Ballysakeery
17 Bekan
18 Bohola
19 Breaghwy
20 Burriscarra
21 Burrishoole
22 Castlemore
23 Cong
24 Crossboyne
25 Crossmolina
26 Doonfeeny
27 Drum
28 Inishbofin
29 Islandeady
30 Kilbeagh
31 Kilbelfad
32 Kilbride
33 Kilcolman (Clanmorris)
34 Kilcolman (Costello)
35 Kilcommon (Erris)
36 Kilcommon (Kilmaine)
37 Kilconduff
38 Kilcummin
39 Kildacommoge
40 Kilfian
41 Kilgarvan
42 Kilgeever
43 Killala
44 Killasser
45 Killedan
46 Kilmaclasser
47 Kilmainebeg
48 Kilmainemore
49 Kilmeena
50 Kilmolara
51 Kilmore
52 Kilmoremoy
53 Kilmovee
54 Kilturra
55 Kilvine
56 Knock
57 Lackan
58 Manulla
59 Mayo
60 Meelick
61 Moorgagagh
62 Moygawnagh
63 Oughaval
64 Rathreagh
65 Robeen
66 Rosslee
67 Shrule
68 Tagheen
69 Templemore
70 Templemurry
71 Toomore
72 Touaghty
73 Turlough

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Galway Civil Parishes

 

Galway Civil Parishes

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Galway civil parishes.

Click on a parish name, or on the map, to see:

  • – all placenames in that parish;
  • – a summary of its records;
  • – a list of adjoining parishes;
  • – its 10 commonest surnames.

Map ID

Parish

1 Abbeygormacan
2 Abbeyknockmoy
3 Addergoole
4 Ahascragh
5 Annaghdown
6 Ardrahan
7 Athenry
8 Athleague
9 Aughrim
10 Ballinchalla
11 Ballindoon
12 Ballinrobe
13 Ballymacward
14 Ballynacourty
16 Ballynakill (Ballymoe)
17 Ballynakill (Ballynahinch)
18 Ballynakill (Killian)
15 Ballynakill (Leitrim barony)
19 Beagh
20 Belclare
21 Boyounagh
22 Bullaun
23 Cargin
24 Claregalway
25 Clonbern
26 Clonfert
27 Clonkeen
28 Clonrush
29 Clontuskert
30 Cong
31 Cummer
32 Donaghpatrick
33 Donanaghta
34 Drumacoo
35 Drumatemple
36 Dunamon
37 Duniry
38 Dunmore
39 Fahy
40 Fohanagh
41 Grange
42 Inishcaltra
44 Inisheer
43 Inishman
45 Inishmore
46 Isertkelly
47 Kilbarron
48 Kilbeacanty
49 Kilbegnet
50 Kilbennan
51 Kilchreest
52 Kilcloony
53 Kilcolgan
54 Kilconickny
55 Kilconierin
56 Kilconla
57 Kilconnell
58 Kilcooly
59 Kilcoona
60 Kilcroan
61 Kilcummin
62 Kilgerrill
63 Kilkerrin
64 Kilkilvery
65 Killaan
66 Killallaghtan
67 Killannin
68 Killeany
69 Killeely
70 Killeenadeema
71 Killeenavarra
72 Killeeneen
73 Killererin
74 Killeroran
75 Killian
76 Killimorbologue
77 Killimordaly
78 Killinan
79 Killinny
80 Killogilleen
81 Killora
82 Killoran
83 Killoscobe
84 Killosolan
85 Killower
86 Killursa
87 Kilmacduagh
88 Kilmalinoge
89 Kilmeen
90 Kilmoylan
91 Kilquain
92 Kilreekill
93 Kiltartan
94 Kilteskill
95 Kilthomas
96 Kiltormer
97 Kiltullagh
98 Kinvarradoorus
99 Lackagh
100 Leitrim
101 Lickerrig
102 Lickmolassy
103 Liskeevy
104 Loughrea
105 Meelick
106 Monivea
107 Moycullen
108 Moylough
109 Moyrus
110 Omey
111 Oranmore
112 Rahoon
113 Ross
114 St. Nicholas
115 Stradbally
116 Taghboy
117 Templetogher
118 Tiranascragh
119 Tuam
120 Tynagh

 

 

Notre Dame Irish — County Mayo, Ireland

 

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  Oughaval Civil Parish
County Mayo

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AUGHAVAL, or OUGHAVAL, a parish, in the barony of MURRISK, county of MAYO, and province of CONNAUGHT; containing, with the market and post-town of Westport, 13,921 inhabitants. This parish is situated on the bay of Westport, and on the road from Castlebar to Lewisburgh; it is partly bounded by the celebrated mountain of Croagh Patrick, and comprises 26,748 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act, and valued at £7017 per annum. The land is chiefly under tillage; the system of agriculture is improving; there are large tracts of bog, which, lying on an inclined plane, might be easily reclaimed and rendered productive. Limestone of good quality abounds and is quarried for building, for mending the roads, and for burning into lime. Lead mines were formerly worked, but are now disused; and in the mountain of Sheffrey a copper mine was opened, but has long been discontinued. The principal seats are Westport House, the mansion of the Marquess of Sligo; Murrisk Abbey, of J. Garvine, Esq.; Trafalgar Lodge, of C. Higgins, Esq.; Marino, of J. Cuff, Esq.; Holdhead, of the Rev. F. L. Rutledge; and Boathaven, of the Rev. J. D’Arcy Sirr. Besides the market at Westport, fairs are also held there and at Murrisk. The living is a vicarage, in the diocese of Tuam, with the vicarages of Aughagower, Kilmaclasser, and Kilgavower united by act of council, constituting the union of Aughaval, otherwise Westport, in the patronage of the Archbishop; the rectory is appropriate to the archdeaconry of Tuam and prebend of Killabeggs. The tithes amount to £300, of which £225 is payable to the incumbent, and the remainder to the archdeacon and prebendary; and the tithes of the entire benefice amount to £884. 10. The church, an old building in the demesne of the Marquess of Sligo, was erected by aid of a gift of £500 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1797, and was lately repaired by a grant of £166 from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. The glebe-house was built by a gift of £300 and a loan of £500 from the same Board, in 1815; the glebe comprises seven acres. The R. C. parish is co-extensive with that of the Established Church: there are three chapels, one in Westport, which is spacious and ornamented with a handsome front; the other two are at Thornhill and Drummin, and are new slated buildings, but quite inadequate to the accommodation of their respective congregations. There are places of worship at Westport for Presbyterians and Wesleyan Methodists, the former in connection with the Synod of Ulster and of the third class. At Westport are four free schools and an infants’ school, in which about 330 boys and 200 girls are taught; and there are also 17 private schools, in which are about 860 children. There are some remains of an ancient abbey at Murrisk, and in the parish are some chalybeate springs. A large patron is held annually at Murrisk on the 28th of August.– See WESTPORT.
Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis, 1837

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Townlands

Aghamore Deerpark East Knockfin
Annagh Island East Deerpark West Knockranny
Annagh Island Middle Derryaun Leckanvy
Annagh Island West Derryhawna Leenavesta
Ardmore Derrylea Lenacraigaboy
Ardoley Derrymore Lenanadurtaun
Attireesh Drummin East Meermihil
Barnaderg Drummin West Muingatogher
Barraglanna Drumminaweelaun Mullagh
Belclare Durless Murrisk Demesne
Bellataleen Fahburren Murrisknaboll
Boheh Farnaght Oughty
Cahernamart Furgill Owenwee
Cahernaran Island Glaspatrick Pollanoughty
Carrowbaun Glenbaun Roeillan
Carrowbeg Glencally Roman Island
Carrowkeel Glenlaur Rossbeg
Carrowkeeran Gortaroe Rossymailley
Carrowmacloughlin Gorteendarragh Shanvallybeg
Carrownalurgan Illanroe Island Streamstown
Cartoor Inishdaugh Tangincartoor
Churchfield Inisheeny Tawnyard
Clerhaun Killadangan Tawnycrower
Cloghan Killaghoor Tawnyslinnaun
Clooneen Killeencoff Teevenacroaghy
Cloonmonad Kilsallagh Lower Thornhill
Crott Mountain Kilsallagh Upper Westport Demesne
Cuilleen Knockaraha East Westport Quay Town
Cuilmore Knockaraha West Westport Town

LDS Film Numbers

Film Title Film number(s)
Tiernacroagh National School registers; Boys, 1872-1924; Girls, 1916-1925 #2356431
The Catholic parish of Aughaval, now called Westport, includes the civil parish of Oughaval. There are three chapels: in Westport, Lecanvey, and Drummin West. Aughaval is a variant spelling of Oughaval.  Parochial registers of Aughaval Westport, marriages 1823-1857; baptisms, 1845-1858; Westport and Lecanvey. baptisms, 1859- 1872; marriages, 1857-1861; baptisms, 1857-1874. #979697
Westport, Lecanvey and Drummin, baptisms, 1872-1880, Baptisms, 1874-1880; marriages, 1862-1880 #979698
Lecanvey, baptisms, 1859-1872; Westport, marriages, 1857-1860; Lecanvey, baptisms, 1872-1882; Drummin, baptisms, 1872-1882; Lecanvey, baptisms, 1883-1901; Drummin, baptisms, 1883-1901; Westport, marriages, 1828-1837; Westport, marriages, 1837-1857; Westport, baptisms, 1845-1858 #1279210
Westport, marriages, 1862-1905; Westport, baptisms, 1862-1874 #1279211
Tithe Applotment, 1823-38 #256675
Griffiths Valuation, Westport Union, 1855. Parishes in Murrisk Barony: Aghagower, Kilgeever, Oughaval #844988
1901 Drummin D.E.D. 139/1-17, Kilsallagh D.E.D. 142/2-17 #846258
1901 Croaghpatrick D.E.D. 150/1-21 #846260
1901 Kilmeena D.E.D. 151/82-84; Westport Rural D.E.D. 154/6-9, 11, 10, 12, 16-28, 15, 14, 13 #846261
1901 Westport Urban D.E.D. 155/3-15, 35; 155/16, 18, 17, 19-23, 25, 24, 26-28, 30, 29, 31-34 #846262
1911 Drummin D.E.D. 139/1-17 Townlands: Barnaderg, Cuilmore, Derryaun, Derryhawna, Derrylea, Derrymore, Drummin East, Drummin West, Glenlaur, Leenavesta, Lenanadurtaun, Muingatogher, Oughty, Pollanoughty, Shanvallybeg, Tawnyard, Tawnycrower #2193386
1911 Kilsallagh D.E.D. 142/2-17 Townlands: Barraglanna, Boheh, Carrowmacloughlin, Cartoor, Cuilleen, Durless, Furgill, Glenbaun, Glencally, Gorteendarragh, Kilsallagh Lower, Kilsallagh Upper, Leckanvy, Mullagh, Tangincartoor, Tawnyslinnaun #2193387
1911 Croaghpatrick D.E.D. 150/1-18 Townlands: Bellataleen, Carrowkeel, Carrowkeeran, Crott Mountain, Deerpark West, Fahburren, Glaspatrick, Killadangan, Lenacraigaboy, Meermihil, Murrisk Demesne, Murrisknaboll, Owenwee, Teevenacroaghy, Thornhill, Cahernaran Island, Roeillan Island, ten other islands #2193404
1911 Kilmeena D.E.D. 151/82-84 Islands off the coast: Inishdaugh, Inisheeny, Two other islands in Clew Bay #2193406
1911 Westport Rural D.E.D. 154/6-27 Townlands: Aghamore, Ardoley, Belclare, Carrowbaun, Carrownalurgan Rural (part of), Churchfield, Clerhaun, Cloghan, Clooneen, Drumminaweelaun, Farnaght, Gortaroe, Killaghoor (part of) Rural, Killeencoff, Knockaraha East, Knockaraha West, Knockfin, Rossbeg, Rossymailley, Streamstown, Illanroe Island, Roman Island and two others #2193408
1911 Westport Urban D.E.D. 155/2-17 Townlands: Ardmore, Attireesh, Cahernamart, Carrowbaun, Carrowbeg, Carrownalurgan, Cloonmonad, Deerpark East, Killaghoor, Knockranny, Westport Demesne. Westport Town: Altamont Street, Bridge Street, Castlebar Street #2193409
1911 Westport Urban D.E.D. 155/18-33 Westport Town: Church Street, Fair Green Street, High Street, James Street, John’s Row Street, Kirk Row, Mill Street, Monument Street, Newport Street, North Hall, Ochagon, Peter Street, Quay Street, Shop Street, South Mall Street, Tober Hill Street #2193410

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Civil Parish Links

Pat Deese’s website, many records pertaining to Oughaval Civil Parish
Griffith’s Valuation Index, Oughaval Civil Parish, John Hayes’ website
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County Mayo website

COUNTY MAYO CIVIL PARISHES

Civil parishes are important units for records purposes.  They generally contain around 25 to 30 townlands, as well as towns and villages.    In many cases civil parishes straddle county and barony boundaries.  Another confusing aspect is that some civil parishes are in several geographically separate parts.  If you are researching tithes applotments, they are arranged by civil parishes, as are the Griffith’s Valuations and Church of Ireland church registers.

This section of the County Mayo website is new and civil parish webpages will be added each month.  Each webpage, will give the barony, poor law union, Catholic diocese and parish of each civil parish plus all the townlands found in the civil parish, as defined in the 1851 Townland Index with links to their webpages.  Also included are LDS film numbers for the tithes, GVs, 1901 & 1911 Ireland Indexes, plus links and surnames.  Descriptions from the Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis (1837) are included and pictures of the area as contributed by readers.

Achill Ballyovey Kilbeagh Kilmaclasser Meelick
Addergoole Ballysakeery Kilbelfad Kilmainebeg Moorgagagh
Aghagower Bekan Kilbride Kilmainemore Moygownagh
Aghamore Bohola Kilcolman Kilmeena Oughaval
Aglish Breaghwy Kilcommon Kilmolara Rathreagh
Annagh Burriscarra Kilconduff Kilmore Robeen
Ardagh Burrishoole Kilcummin Kilmoremoy* Rosslee
Attymass Castleconor* Kildacommoge Kilmovee Shrule
Balla Castlemore Kilfian Kilturra Tagheen
Ballinchalla* Cong Kilgarvan Kilvine Templemore
Ballinrobe* Crossboyne Kilgeever Knock Templemurry
Ballintober Crossmolina Killala Lackan Toomore
Ballyhean Doonfeeny Killasser Manula Touaghty
Ballynahaglish Drum Killedan Mayo Turlough
Islandeady

*boundaries changed with Local Government Act of 1898
(some townlands changed counties, Castleconor switched ot County Mayo from County Sligo)

NIALL OF THE NINE HOSTAGES and ST. PATRICK-Maewyn Succat

NIALL OF THE NINE HOSTAGES:

 

The history of Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron Saint,  is credited by myth and Legends with bringing Christianity to Ireland, then a thought to be a pagan Land (despite a earlier Christian expedition by the Palladii who were reckoned among the noblest families of France and several of them held high rank in the Church of Gaul.[1] Palladius was the son of Exuperantius of Poitiers and was sent to Ireland prior to St. Patrick.

St. Patrick’s Birth-name is Maewyn Succat,  born  between 387 and 390 in at Banwen in Wales (location not known today), then Roman Britain. His Death date is remembered around the World as March 17.

Maewyn Succat was kidnapped in Roman Britain and brought to Ireland where He spent six (6) Years as a slave  for His (alleged) “owner” Niall Noigiallach  (of the Connachta and Uí Néill  dynasty), where St, Patrick Herded sheep and pigs on Slemish mountain in County Antrim (now Northern Ireland) close to what is now Ballymena (bæliˈmiːnə/ from Irish: an Baile Meánach, meaning “the middle townland”), and While He was a Shepherd-Slave Patrick noted (later) in His Writing that He spent much of his time praying — Prayers that would bed answered when he made His escape and was able to stowaway aboard a small “ship” going from Ireland to Britan and would reunite with His Parents, a Roman Bishop (although M

Patrick not only knew the language of his British parents but studied and understood Latin. Just how much Latin would have been used in Ireland (so far away from Rome) by that time is uncertain, but in St. Patrick’s own writing (Confession) there is evidence that he was well read in both secular writing and the Scriptures.

And in addition to the language of his British parents, and the Latin he learned as a priest, Patrick would have had to speak Irish to communicate God’s message to the people of Ireland so He would have been fluent in three (3) Languages.

Nial of the 9 Hostages was kidnapped young Maewyn Succat,  who was  born at Banwen in Wales (location not known today),  and was taken to Ireland as a slave around age 16 by raiders from Ireland.