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Heritage tour in Laois. Kidnapped!

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Kidnap Day!!

Heritage Tour in Laois

I’m calling this a Heritage Tour in Laois because for the most part, it was a Heritage tour and we did things that our friends might not have managed to do by themselves.  They definitely would not have had the company of people who know the area.

My friend Sue McDonald Welles along with her friend Mary Connelly Pereira and Mary’s brother Philip were over here in Ireland on holiday, they were going to spend 3 days in Laois because Sue’s family are from Raheen.  This was the second time in the last few years that Sue and Mary have been over and I spent a few days with them the last time as well.

My friend Dorene Allen is this incredible cook so I asked Dorene if she would cook dinner for my friends and we’d have it in her house (which was my childhood family home).  Dorene agreed to this, then it dawned on me “Jane, these are Americans and Americans go around Ireland wondering where they will get ‘Irish’ food.  Why don’t you cook an Irish stew for them”  I asked Sue if they’d like Irish stew or Bacon & cabbage, the reply came back that they would like the stew.  When I told my brother this he informed me that Dorene and her children do not like Irish stew so, I found another recipe which had lamb cooked in a red wine and tomato sauce.

In the meantime, Dorene and I are talking about my American friends and their few days here and Dorene says “Why don’t we kidnap them on Wednesday and show them all kinds of stuff they’d never get to see on their own? – A Heritage Tour” To which I replied, great idea and asked Sue to keep Wed free because we were going to kidnap them.

The Heritage Tour kidnapping day went like this:

1. We collected the three – Sues, Mary and Phil

2. We took them to the kennels for the hunt ‘hounds’ – I was calling them dogs!!

3. We went to Morrissey’s Pub in Abbeyleix for a cup of coffee

4. After that off to see the hunt people gathering and taking off from Abbeyleix Manor Hotel

5. Followed by Alissa Blundells shop ‘Horse n Riders’ in Abbeyleix

6. Then to Bramleys or the Gallic Kitchen in Abbeyleix (Titanic Carpets had been produced
here

7. Church of Ireland, Abbeyleix

8. Lord’s Walk beside Church of Ireland

9. Down to Durrow and Bowe’s Foodhall for lunch

10 Up to the Castle Arms Hotel Durrow – Castle

11. Off to Donaghmore Workhouse which is now a Museum

12 back to Sandymount house their Bed and breakfast for an hour break

13 Back to my family home in Rathdowney for dinner & a surprise.

 

I have no photos for the Gallic kitchen visit – at that point I was wrecked and just stayed in

Philip Sheppard was coming to dinner as well so I had asked him if he wanted to come earlyfor the surprise – he said yes.

We all got back to Rathdowney at 6.30p.m. where Dorene had everyone roll up their sleeves and she taught Sue, Mary, Phil, Philip & myself how to make brown bread.

Brown bread was supposed to go with dinner

Dinner consisted of Irish stew and a casserole of lamb cooked in red wine and tomatoes and
then a spinage lasagne which I had prepared for our vegetarian. Dorene did starter and dessert – she is an incredible cook.   As it turned out the American trio had a bit of both meat dishes.  The vegetarian stuck with the lasagne

They had an incredible day – I had an incredible day, Dorene and my brother Matthew had an incredible day

Almost forgot – over the course of the evening, Dorene and the children sang them songs

I am not going to load all the photos taken that day  to this page.  Most of the Hounds & Hunt went to a page created just with hounds and hunt.  Some of the photos taken there are not on that page so I include them here.  Most of the Donaghmore Workhouse photos will go to a Donaghmore Workhouse page.

Those pages will be linked to from this page.

From here – for the rest of this page, it is just going to be photos!

I hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed our day overall.  My American friends have thanked us for a most incredible day and evening.  Philip has said similar as regards his evening out with us all.

Lead photo at top of page preparing to leave and go on Heritage tour not having a clue where they were going!!

The Hounds

Hunt gathering & leaving

If you are interested in seeing the rest of the Hounds & First Hunt Laois 2016 photos taken that day then please click the link.

Before the actual Hunt took off from the hotel we went to Mossirrey’s pub in Abbeyleix, a very famous place in it’s own right.  Years ago, and I am talking very many years ago this pub was only one story high.  There are photographs of it as a one story building in Heritage House Abbeyleix, although I don’t know if those photographs are available for public viewing or not.

Morrissey’s Pub, Abbeyleix

Out the door to the Hunt and then back onto Main street to

Horse N Riders

Church of Ireland, Abbeyleix & The Lord’s Walk (beside it)

Bowe’s Food Hall, Durrow 

and yes, I only have one photo from that day of the floor in the new bathroom of their extension.  A 2 cent floor!

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Castle Arms Hotel, Durrow 

You can find photographs of the Castle everywhere but not of the trees.  Isn’t the colour beautiful?
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The final venue of the day, the saddest place we were at.  I’ m only giving you a few photos here as the Workhouse (Museum) is going to get itself a full web page

 Donaghmore Workhouse


Everyone was exhausted at this time, it was about 5pm when we left the Workhouse.  I

dropped my American friends back to Sandymount House in Abbeyleix for an hours rest and
then got them back to our house in Rathdowney where we met Philip at the gate waiting to
go in (3 dogs in garden).  We got into the kitchen and Dorene had everyone roll up their
sleeves because she had a big bowl waiting – she taught us how to make brown bread to go

with our dinner!

Evening :)


While the bread was baking we had music

Finally the Dinner table
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Our guests left at 11.30 that night and I can only say that a wonderful day was had by all.

At the end of it all, I have to say that the Americans and everyone except our vegetarian all had portions of both the Irish stew and the wine stew AND the children ate every single bit!  It was great.

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Abbeyleix Church of Ireland Gravestones

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Abbeyleix Church of Ireland Gravestones

These 198 photographs were taken in July 2007.  All gravestones that could be read at that time were photographed.  There were a few stones which were illigible.

During the 1995-96 period Abbeyleix Church of Ireland graveyard was visited and all stones which had a date that was pre 1901 were transcribed.  That is all information that could be read from those stones was written down.  By 2007 when the stones were photographed some of the stones read in the earlier years may no longer have been legible.  Please consult the document which contains the typed up material from 1995-1996.
1995-1996 Abbeyleix Church of Ireland Gravestone Transcriptions

Some of these photographs are close ups of the script on the stone.  All photographs are reduced in size. Full size and unwatermarked copies of these photographs are available (for use in records and printing) for a small fee as listed below.   Contact Dr. Jane Lyons with reference to the relevant gravestone(s), graveyard and county for further information.
3.50 Euro for 1 photograph
5.00 Euro for up to 3 photographs
10 Euro up to 8 photographs

Surnames have been given to each photograph and the phorographs here are *almost* in alphabetical order.  The number in each photograph indicates the number of times the surname has occurred as the first surname on a stone, e.g. Galbraith 1 = first Galbraith stone indexed.  Galbraith 8 = eighth Galbraith stone indexed.

Please note that it has been my finding that members of the Church of Ireland quite often live in one parish but then ‘go home’ to the place their family came from when they die.  That is they are taken from the parish they lived in and brought to the parish their family came from to be buried.  If you expect to find a family in this graveyard and don’t, please consult my name index to see if the surname you are looking for occurs in another parish.

Name index for gravestone records from all counties

 

 

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St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix Graveyard Photographs: Surnames S-W

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Abbeyleix, Laois.  St. Michael’s. Gravestone photos

 St. Michael’s Indexed gravestone photos surnames S-W

St. Michael’s Church of Ireland,
Abbeyleix,
Laois.

These photographs were taken in July 2007.

198 photographs for St. Michael’s Abbeyleix in all.

There is a document on this web site which gives the words on stones in St. Michael’s Abbeyleix which were erected pre 1901 (plus some later stones).  This document was created in the 1996-98 time frame.  Please consult because some of the stones which were legible then may not have been legible in 2007.

1996-98 St. Michael’s Abbeyleix gravestone transcription – no photographs

St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames A-F
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames G-L
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames M-R
St. Michael’s Abeyleix Gravestone photos surnames S-W

The surnames which are on the gravestones in St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix are given as the names of the gravestones. Each stone will have a number on it indicating the number of times that the first surname has been found on any gravestone in this graveyard in Abbeyleix, e.g. if a stone had the surname Lyons as the first surname on the stone then the stone becomes Lyons 1.  If another stone with the surname Lyons on it is found in a different plot then this becomes Lyons 2.  If there are other surnames on the stone then these surnames come after the number.
The letters a, b or others after a number indicate that there were a number of gravestones on one plot and these all belong together

We are giving you close up images of the gravestones in some instances.  All gravestone photographs are reduced in size in order to allow us have copies of all photographs on this site.  We have a full photograph of each stone as well as the close ups.  From-Ireland.net charge 3 Euro to email you a copy of a photograph or set of photographs.

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St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix Graveyard Photographs: Surnames M-R

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Abbeyleix, Laois.  St. Michael’s. Gravestone photos

 St. Michael’s Indexed gravestone photos surnames M-R

St. Michael’s Church of Ireland,
Abbeyleix,
Laois.

These photographs were taken in July 2007.

198 photographs for St. Michael’s Abbeyleix in all.

There is a document on this web site which gives the words on stones in St. Michael’s Abbeyleix which were erected pre 1901 (plus some later stones).  This document was created in the 1996-98 time frame.  Please consult because some of the stones which were legible then may not have been legible in 2007.

1996-98 St. Michael’s Abbeyleix gravestone transcription – no photographs

St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames A-F
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames G-L
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames M-R
St. Michael’s Abeyleix Gravestone photos surnames S-W

The surnames which are on the gravestones in St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix are given as the names of the gravestones. Each stone will have a number on it indicating the number of times that the first surname has been found on any gravestone in this graveyard in Abbeyleix, e.g. if a stone had the surname Lyons as the first surname on the stone then the stone becomes Lyons 1.  If another stone with the surname Lyons on it is found in a different plot then this becomes Lyons 2.  If there are other surnames on the stone then these surnames come after the number.
The letters a, b or others after a number indicate that there were a number of gravestones on one plot and these all belong together

We are giving you close up images of the gravestones in some instances.  All gravestone photographs are reduced in size in order to allow us have copies of all photographs on this site.  We have a full photograph of each stone as well as the close ups.  From-Ireland.net charge 3 Euro to email you a copy of a photograph or set of photographs.

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St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix Graveyard Photographs: Surnames G-L

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Abbeyleix, Laois.  St. Michael’s. Gravestone photos

 St. Michael’s Indexed gravestone photos surnames G-L

St. Michael’s Church of Ireland,
Abbeyleix,
Laois.

These photographs were taken in July 2007.

198 photographs for St. Michael’s Abbeyleix in all.

There is a document on this web site which gives the words on stones in St. Michael’s Abbeyleix which were erected pre 1901 (plus some later stones).  This document was created in the 1996-98 time frame.  Please consult because some of the stones which were legible then may not have been legible in 2007.

1996-98 St. Michael’s Abbeyleix gravestone transcription – no photographs

St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames A-F
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames G-L
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames M-R
St. Michael’s Abeyleix Gravestone photos surnames S-W

The surnames which are on the gravestones in St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix are given as the names of the gravestones. Each stone will have a number on it indicating the number of times that the first surname has been found on any gravestone in this graveyard in Abbeyleix, e.g. if a stone had the surname Lyons as the first surname on the stone then the stone becomes Lyons 1.  If another stone with the surname Lyons on it is found in a different plot then this becomes Lyons 2.  If there are other surnames on the stone then these surnames come after the number.
The letters a, b or others after a number indicate that there were a number of gravestones on one plot and these all belong together

We are giving you close up images of the gravestones in some instances.  All gravestone photographs are reduced in size in order to allow us have copies of all photographs on this site.  We have a full photograph of each stone as well as the close ups.  From-Ireland.net charge 3 Euro to email you a copy of a photograph or set of photographs.

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St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix Gravestone Photographs, Co. Laois

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Abbeyleix, Laois.  St. Michael’s. Gravestone photos

 St. Michael’s Indexed gravestone photos surnames A-F

St. Michael’s Church of Ireland,
Abbeyleix,
Laois.

These photographs were taken in July 2007.

198 photographs for St. Michael’s Abbeyleix in all.

There is a document on this web site which gives the words on stones in St. Michael’s Abbeyleix which were erected pre 1901 (plus some later stones).  This document was created in the 1996-98 time frame.  Please consult because some of the stones which were legible then may not have been legible in 2007.

1996-98 St. Michael’s Abbeyleix gravestone transcription – no photographs

St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames A-F
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames G-L
St. Michael’s Abbeyleix Gravestone photos surnames M-R
St. Michael’s Abeyleix Gravestone photos surnames S-W

The surnames which are on the gravestones in St. Michael’s, Abbeyleix are given as the names of the gravestones. Each stone will have a number on it indicating the number of times that the first surname has been found on any gravestone in this graveyard in Abbeyleix, e.g. if a stone had the surname Lyons as the first surname on the stone then the stone becomes Lyons 1.  If another stone with the surname Lyons on it is found in a different plot then this becomes Lyons 2.  If there are other surnames on the stone then these surnames come after the number.
The letters a, b or others after a number indicate that there were a number of gravestones on one plot and these all belong together

We are giving you close up images of the gravestones in some instances.  All gravestone photographs are reduced in size in order to allow us have copies of all photographs on this site.  We have a full photograph of each stone as well as the close ups.  From-Ireland.net charge 3 Euro to email you a copy of a photograph or set of photographs.

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De Vesci Estate Church of Ireland, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois

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The De Vesci Estate lies just outside what is now the town of Abbeyleix and there is a Church of Ireland on the estate.

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Civil Registration Books, Abbeyleix and Donaghmore, 1864-84 (Hyland)

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The following table gives you a list of details re children of the surname Hyland who were registered in the Civil Registration Districts of Abbeyleix & Donaghmore, Co. Laois (Queen’s Co.) during the years 1864-84.

The photocopies of all these records were purchased from the Irish Civil Registration Office.  In some cases it was difficult to read words, those words/letters are indicated by question marks.

Spellings are given as I read them on the records whether or not these place names fit in with current place names is another matter.

The columns are sorted by year, not by name of father.

ChildSurnameFatherFromMotherSurname MotherOcc. FatherDateYear
BridgetHylandMichaelHeywoodElizaKennyFarmerJanuary 20th1864
CatherineHylandJohnBallinacloughMargaretKealyChemical LabourerApril 9th1864
MargaretHylandJamesToortawnMargaretLarkinLabourerAug 5th1864
MaryHylandWilliam?CashanCatherineHylandLabourerJanuary 9th 1864
ThomasHylandJohnAbbeyleixMaryKeenanLabourerAug 20th1864
MaryHylandJohnCastletownHepyDunneLabourerOctober 28th1865
MichaelHylandDenisRingCatherineMooneyLabourerMarch 6th 1865
WilliamHylandUnknownDonaghmore Poor HouseCatherineHylandPauperAug 15th 1865
BridgetHylandJohnCastletownEstherDunneLabourerJuly 28th1866
JamesHylandJamesToortawnMargaretLarkinFarmerJuly 8th1866
MaryHylandJohnMoanfadMaryBerginLabourerAug ?21st1869
MathewHylandJamesToortawnMargaretLarkinFarmerJune 1st1869
SarahHylandMichaelClogmoor, BallinakillElizabethKennyHerdApril ?10th1869
JudithHylandJohnCastlefinnHesterDunneLabourerMarch 9th 1871
LizzyHylandJohnMoanfadMaryBerginLabourerNov 29th1871
NicholasHylandJohnBordwellMaryGavinFarmerMay ?21st1871
WilliamHylandDenis?GaltCatherine?MoonyLabourerJune 21st.1871
WilliamHylandDenisColtCatherineMoonyLabourerJune 21st.1871
PattHylandPattToortawnElizaFitzpatrickFarmerJuly 23rd1872
JosephHylandPattToortawnElizaFitzpatrickFarmerSept 21st1873
Mary AnnHylandJamesToortawnMary AnnBerginBlacksmithNov. 8th1873
PattHylandPattAbbeyleixMargaretBonhamLabourerMay 28th1873
JohnHylandJohnCastletownHephe(e)DunneLabourerJuly ?2nd1874
Margaret MaryHylandJohnBordwellMary?FarillFarmerOct 12th1874
MartinHylandMichaelHeywoodElizabethKennyFarmerApril 19th1874
MaryHylandWilliamBallacollaEllenMartinFarmerMarch 19th1874
JudyHylandPattToortawnElizaFitzpatrickFarmerMay 9th1875
NicholasHylandWilliamPark, BallacolaEllenMartinFarmerAug 3rd1875
PatrickHylandJamesMonadrahidMary A.BerginBlacksmithApril 25th1875
SarahHylandPatrickToortaunElizaFitzpatrickLabourerSept 12th1876
DanielHylandPat.MonadrehidElizaFitzpatrickLabourerDec 13th1877
Joseph JohnHylandJamesMonadrahidMaryBerginMechanicJune 19th1877
MargaretHylandJohnMoanfadMaryBerginLabourerMarch 27th1877
SarahHylandWilliamPark, BallacolaEllenMartinFarmerJune 11th1877
JudyHylandJamesSkirkeElizthLambFarmerDec 4th1878
PatrickHylandWilliamBallacollaEllenMartinFarmerSept 28th1878
KateHylandPatrickToortawnElizaFitzpatrickFarmerAug 10th1879
KyranHylandJames?MondaludusMary AnneBergin or DugganFarmerApril 24th1879
WilliamHylandJohnMounvattMaryBerginLabourerJuly 27th1879
ElizaHylandPatrickToortawnElizaFitzpatrickFarmerAug 29th1880
JohnHylandWilliamParkEllenMartinFarmerOct0ber 24th1880
KateHylandMichaelCahirjohannaPhelanFarmerMarch 5th 1880
EllenHylandWilliamParkEllenMartinFarmerMarch 12th1882
MichaelHylandPatrickTootaunElizaFitzpatrickFarmerAug 28th 1884
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St. Michael’s and All Angels Church Photographs, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois

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St. Michael’s & All Angels Church of Ireland,
Abbeyleix,
Co. Laois (Queen’s Co.)
Ireland

St. Michael's & All Angels, Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen's Co.) Ireland

St. Michael’s & All Angels, Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen’s Co.) Ireland

St. Michael’s Gravestone Name Index

St. Michael’s Gravestone Photographs

 

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Abbeyleix District Marriage Records, Co. Laois

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This page features civil Marriage Records for the district of Abbeyleix in Co. Laois and includes full names (where possible), the year of marriage, and the quarter in which the marriage occurred. A searchable index of all available marriage records is available here.

Name Year Quarter
Ann Sale 1877
Anna Hetherington 1888 1st
Anne Carter 1899 1st
Anne Delany 1873
Anne Killeen 1865
Anne Whittaker 1846
Annie Coyle 1876
Annie Deegan 1897 3rd
Annie Gately 1873
Annie Murray 1894 1st
Bessy Cass 1864
Bridget Bowe 1872
Bridget Campion 1895 2nd
Bridget Maher 1864
Bridget Rafter 1921 3rd
Caroline Rose Hinds 1868
Catherine Bowe 1870
Catherine Bowe 1870
Catherine Delany 1873
Catherine Delany 1875
Catherine Donohoe 1875
Catherine Fitzgerald 1845
Catherine Keenan 1879 2nd
Catherine Richardson 1845
Charles Richard Galway 1870
Daniel Bowe 1870
Daniel Kavanagh 1867
Edward Kenna 1867
Edward Payne 1845
Eliza Delany 1873
Eliza Fingleton 1866
Eliza Haslam 1847
Elizabeth Baldwin 1845
Elizabeth Diamond 1875
Elizabeth Dunne 1875
Elizabeth Furlong 1922 4th
Elizabeth Harvey 1845
Elizabeth Kenny 1865
Elizabeth Mary Leigh 1897 3rd
Ellen Bannan 1845
Ellen Bowe 1870
Ellen Kennedy 1879 4th
Ethel Maud Leigh 1900 4th
George Hill 1857
Henry Benjamin Warburton 1845
Honor Reid 1865
James Bowe 1871
James Cantwell 1895 1st
James Cass 1865
James Conolly 1845
James Cunningham 1866
James Day 1864
James Dobbs 1845
James Rafter 1918 1st
James Rafter 1884 4th
Johanna Doghan 1897 4th
John Abbott 1846
John Cahill 1895 2nd
John Delany 1873
John Delany 1873
John Keating 1870
John O’Brien 1855
John Rafter 1916 1st
John Rafter 1921 2nd
John Woodhouse 1847
Joseph Carter 1897 1st
Joseph Leech 1845
Joseph Rafter 1894 3rd
Judith Deegan 1875
Judy Delahunty 1875
Julia Hyland 1866
Kate Bowe 1869
Kate Cunningham 1865
Lambert Dacres 1866
Lot Donegan 1875
Margaret Delany 1875
Margaret Delany 1875
Margaret Dwire 1875
Margaret Galbraith 1873
Margaret Kenna 1872
Margaret Maunsell 1845
Margaret Querney 1865
Maria Downey 1875
Maria Duffe 1875
Maria Rafter 1866
Martin Delany 1875
Martin Maher 1876
Mary Anne Payne 1845
Mary Cahill 1895 1st
Mary Claxton 1864
Mary Costigan 1864
Mary Delany 1875
Mary Delany 1875
Mary Dunne 1875
Mary Dunne 1875
Mary Kenna 1865
Mary Kenna 1867
Mary Kennedy 1864
Mary Kennedy 1864
Mary Rafter 1918 2nd
Mary Ransbottom 1880 3rd
Michael Delany 1875
Michael Jackman 1864
Michael Kennedy 1873
Michael Rafter 1865
Michael Rafter 1865
Michael Rafter 1882 1st
Michael Rafter 1920 1st
Patrick Barron 1895 4th
Patrick Carter 1898 4th
Patrick Connolly 1866
Patrick Downey 1875
Patrick Hyland 1865
Patrick Hyland 1869
Patrick Kenna 1879 3rd
Patrick Ready 1865
Richard Clancy 1864
Richard Haslem 1852
Robert Curtis 1863
Rodger Allen 1861
Samuel Costigan 1877
Sarah Dunphy 1875
Thomas Galbraith 1845
Thomas Kennerny 1866
Thomas Kilmartin 1872
Thomas Rafter 1920 3rd
Thomas Willoughby 1847
Uriah Hucknell 1861
Vicars Bond 1845
Walter Kenny 1867
William Cassidy 1876
William Cunningham 1866
William Despard 1875
William Higgins 1870
William Quigan 1865
William Strong 1896 1st

Civil Registration Records

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