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Baptism Records, Clonegal, Donohoe, and Mahan, Co. Carlow, 1833

Clonegal Roman Catholic Parish, Counties Carlow, Wexford & Wicklow – Ireland

National Library of Ireland ref: Pos # 4197

Baptismal Index 1833 (complete) & Donohoe, Mahan and selected surnames to 1843

This set of parish records during the years 1833-43 includes townlands from the following Civil Parishes:

Barragh & Moyacomb, Co. Carlow and Moyacomb Co’s Wexford & Wicklow

see Townland Index . The location (civil parish) of some townlands remains unidentified.

Index to Names found in the Roman Catholic Baptismal Register 1833, plus selected surnames to 1843

Sorted by Surname of Child

There are a total of 282 baptisms recorded on this page, 112 of these are for 1833.

All references to the surnames Donohoe and Mahan which could be read 1833 to 1843 are included here.

Overall, the register was easy to read and organised. The mothers name is given as the same as her husband for most of 1833, it is assumed that in the majority of entries this is not her maiden name. The maiden name is given in the later years. Two ‘Sponsors’ are named in most cases, sponsor names are not included in the table below.

Questionmarks indicate record hard to read and best guess.

Roman Catholic Parishes, Co. Wicklow, 1836

Baptism Records, Clonegal, Co. Wicklow, 1833

Clonegal Roman Catholic Parish, Counties Carlow, Wexford & Wicklow – Ireland

National Library of Ireland ref: Pos # 4197

Baptismal Index 1833 (complete) & Donohoe, Mahan and selected surnames to 1843

This set of parish records during the years 1833-43 includes townlands from the following Civil Parishes:

Barragh & Moyacomb, Co. Carlow and Moyacomb Co’s Wexford & Wicklow

see Townland Index . The location (civil parish) of some townlands remains unidentified.

Index to Names found in the Roman Catholic Baptismal Register 1833, plus selected surnames to 1843

Sorted by Surname of Child

There are a total of 282 baptisms recorded on this page, 112 of these are for 1833.

All references to the surnames Donohoe and Mahan which could be read 1833 to 1843 are included here.

Overall, the register was easy to read and organised. The mothers name is given as the same as her husband for most of 1833, it is assumed that in the majority of entries this is not her maiden name. The maiden name is given in the later years. Two ‘Sponsors’ are named in most cases, sponsor names are not included in the table below.

Questionmarks indicate record hard to read and best guess.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Ossory, 1836

Parish Priest Curate R.C. Parish Diocese
Walsh, P. O’Keefe, Peter Urlingford Ossory
Nolan, Edward M’Donald, Walter Gouran Ossory
Nolan, Edward Aylard, John Gouran Ossory
Murphy, Laur. Bergan, Kyran Castlecom. Ossory
Mullins, John Kavenagh, Mich. Callan Ossory
Mullins, John Harney,Michael Callan Ossory
Marum, Pierce - Conahy Ossory
Magrath, Patrick M’Donald Templeorm Ossory
Magrath, Patrick Feehan, Edmund Templeorm Ossory
Larrissy, Richard Moylan, Thomas Freshford Ossory
Larrissy, Richard Foran, John Freshford Ossory
Kinsella, William – Dr. – Bishop Walsh, John St. John’s Ossory
Kinsella, William – Dr. – Bishop Phelan, Michael St. John’s Ossory
Power, Robert Dowling, Wm Lisdowney Ossory
Quinn, John Kelly, Patrick Mullinavat Ossory
Quinn, John Walsh, Wm. Mullinavat Ossory
Walsh, P. O’Brien, Patrick Urlingford Ossory
Walsh, Michael Tobin, James Rosbercon Ossory
Walsh, Michael Carroll, Nicholas Rosbercon Ossory
Walsh, Edmund V. Rev., V.G. - - Ossory
Vacant Hart, William Sliervagh Ossory
Vacant Fielding, John Sliervagh Ossory
Vacant Brennan, Walter Sliervagh Ossory
Tracey Gallivan, James Radowney Ossory
Tracey Cody, Martin Radowney Ossory
Shearman, Nich. Leahy, James St. Patricks Ossory
Ryan, T., V. Rev. Dean - - Ossory
Ryan, James Staunton, James Clough Ossory
Kinsella, William – Dr. – Bishop O’Shea, Robert St. James Ossory
Kinsella, William – Dr. – Bishop Kealy, Nicholas St. John’s Ossory
Cody, Edmund Ryan, James Thomastn. Ossory
Cody, Edmund Phelan, Andrew Thomastn. Ossory
Cleary Fogarty, Patrick Dumnagg. Ossory
Cass, Richard - St. Kyran’s Ossory
Carroll, William Dunne, Patrick Innistiogue Ossory
Carroll, William Birch, Patrick Innistiogue Ossory
Carroll, Nicholas Kealy, Edmund Moincoin Ossory
Carroll, Nicholas Butler, Joseph Moincoin Ossory
Carrigan Lyng, John Windgap Ossory
Campion, M., V. Revd. Downey, Thomas Up Woods Ossory
Campion, M., V. Revd. Birch, Michael Up Woods Ossory
Brennan, Thos. Fogarty, Simon Johnstown Ossory
Dowling, P., V. Rev. Moore, Joseph Durrow Ossory
Gorman, John Greene St. Canice Ossory
Gorman, John Maher, Michael St. Canice Ossory
Kinsella, William – Dr. – Bishop Cuddy, James St. James Ossory
Kavanagh, Edwd. Murphy, John Deansfort Ossory
Kavanagh, Edwd. Butler, William Deansfort Ossory
Kavanagh, Char. Walsh, James Ballyhale Ossory
Kavanagh, Char. Tobin, John Ballyhale Ossory
Henley, W., V. Rev. Murphy, Michael Aghaboe Ossory
Henley, W., V. Rev. Martin, Wm. Aghaboe Ossory
Heney, Jeremiah Darcy, Philip Ballyraget Ossory
Grace, William Holohan, John Ballycallan Ossory
Grace, William Brennan, Thomas Ballycallan Ossory
Gorman, Thos. Walsh, John Miccalee Ossory
Gorman, Thos. Phelan, John Miccalee Ossory
Brennan, Thos. Byrne, Patrick Johnstown Ossory

Presbyterian (Seceders) Synod, 1833: Congregation Index

Presbyterian (Seceders) Synod, 1833: Name Index

Roman Catholic Parishes, 1836: Parish Priest Index

Roman Catholic Parishes, 1836: Parish Index

This page features a list of over 1,300 record parishes from the Roman Catholic Parishes index of 1836.

Roman Catholic Parishes, 1836: Abbreviated Name Suggestions

Here are hundreds of abbreviated name suggestions for your research in Roman Catholic Parishes, taken from records made in 1836.

Official Authorities, 1834, Co. Armagh

Population
1821 : 197,427
1831 : 220,651

Constituency : 3,342

REPRESENTATIVES
Honorable Archibald (Acheson) Lord Acheson, son of Earl Gosford. 1 Connaught place, London (England) ; & Gosford Castle, Market Hill

Colonel William Verner, 37 St. James’s place, London (England) ; & Church hill, County Fermanagh.

LORD LIEUTENANT
Right Honorable Earl of Gosford. Godford Castle, Market hill & Jermyn street, London (England)

HIGH SHERIFF : James Eastwood, Esq. CAstletown

CUSTOS ROTULORUM : The Right Honorable Earl of Gosford

DEPUTY LIEUTENANTS

Assistant Barrister : Edward Tickell, Esq., K.C., and Counsel to Post Office. 10 Clare street

Note

Militia Staff stationed at Markethill:
Colonel : Earl of Gosford
Adjutant : Captain J. P. Barker
Agents : Armit & Co.

Clerk of the Crown : Leonard Dobbin, Esq., Armagh & 23 Gardiner’s place
Clerk of the Peace : Rpbert McKinstry, Esq.
Deputy Clerk of the Peace : John McKinstry, Esq.
Treasurer : William Irwin, Esq., Violet Hill, Castleblayney (Co. Monaghan)
Secretary to the Grand Jury : Thomas Kelly Evans, Esq., Armagh
Sub-Sheriff : Henry Rowan Barker, Esq., of Harrymount, Newtown Hamilton
Returning Officer: William Barker, Esq., 18 George’s place
Coroners : Michael Magee, Esq., Armagh ; Thomas Mathers, Esq., Lurgan

County Gaol Armagh
Inspector : William L. Kidd., M.D.
Chaplain : Rev. Cosby Stopford Mangan
Roman Catholic Chaplain : Rev. James Byrne
Presbyterian Chaplain : Rev. Pooley Shuldham Henry
Surgeon : Alexander Robinson, M.D.
Apothecary : Mr. Andrew Maziere
Governor : Mr. John Turner

Distributor of Stamps : N. W. Upton, Armagh

County Infirmary :
Surgeon : Alexander Robinson, M.B

District Lunatic Asylum at Armagh, for the Counties of Armagh, Monaghan, cavan and Fermanagh
Manager: Mr. Thomas Jackson
Physician : W. L. Kid, M.D.

COMMISSIONERS OF AFFADAVITS
John Allen, K.C., and Special Bail K., Armagh
W. Atkinson, E., Portadown
Thomas Hall, N.P. Ch. K.C., Lurgan
R. Livingston, Ch., C.E., Armagh
Michael Magee, Ch., K.C.E., and Special Bail K.C.E., Armagh
Patrick M’Connell, K.E., Tanderagee
J. Mathers, K.E., Lurgan
John Nevil, Ch., C.E.
J. Prentice, Ch., K.C.E., Tanderagee
Richard Trotter, Ch., K., Tanderagee
John Wiles, K.E., Newtownhamilton
John Obins Woodhouse, K., Portadown