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Mullagh, Galway. Marriages 1863-1870

Mullagh, Abbeygorman & Killoran, Galway

Mullagh, Abbeygorman & Killoran Marriage Index 1863-70

The following table of Mullagh marriages is transcribed from Microfilm No. 02434/4 held online by the National Library of Ireland accessible through their Roman Catholic Parish Register Search page.  This is an index of the names of the people who were married in the Roman Catholic parish of Mullagh (also known as Abbeygorman & Killoran, or Abbeygormacan), during the years 1863 to 1870.  This section of the register is in Latin.  This means that first names are given in Latin surname are in English.  All names given here are as I read them.  I have read the English name Nicholas spelled as Niclmus or Nichlmus.  When registers are in Latin many times we see names spelled incorrectly.  I do have a page online which gives Latin names in English so you may consider looking at that if you have any problems here.

My list is sorted by the surname of the groom.  Question marks indicate letters or words I had a problem reading.  One of these surnames I have written as Haurahan or Caurahan but when I looked at my sorted list I saw the surname Hanrahan over my Haurahan.  I would guess now that Haurahan is actually Hanrahan.

NameSurnameName BSurname BDateYear
JoannesBrianBridgedaCoen02-Feb1864
JoannesBrienMargaretaCoenNov1866
JacobusBurnsAnnaKelly14-May1863
JacobusBurnsMariaMcHugs10-May1869
ThomasCealnanCatharinaMannion07-Feb1867
?NichlmusCleareyMariaDonohoe11-May1866
MichaelCoenEllenaCon(?nor)??June1868
DarbyCoenMariaCurley26-Oct1865
DarbyCoenEllenaCurley28-Apr1867
PatritiusCoenMariaGaulley14-Oct1863
JacobusConnorsAgnesHardiman19-Jan1864
JoannesCormicanBridgedaMurray23-May1863
MichaelCostelloMariaMartin20-Oct1865
BartholimusCumminsAnnaCoone03-Feb1868
ThomasDalphinAnnaMurphy05-Feb1869
NiclmusDannielHonoriaHanberry03-Nov1868
??ThomasDonelanCatharinaCorless??1868
?NichlmusDonnellanJuliaFlynn08-Feb1866
DarbyDonnellanBridgedaLarkin19-Nov1865
PatritiusDonohoeMariaBriscoe??02-Sep1868
BrianDuffyAnnaKearns14-Nov1865
LaurenntiusFordeMargaritaBroderick30-Apr1867
MichaelGriffinTeresiaBroderick10-Aug1866
JoannesHandMariaReed26-Apr1863
ThadeusHanrahanBridgedaBoland11-Jul1869
PatritiusHaurahan or Caurahan??MariaO'Dwire11-May1868
JacobusKearnsCeceliaDalphin20-Sep1868
MartinusKellyCatharinaLawless16-Oct1864
ThomasKennedyWinifredaGantley16-Sep1869
MattheusKillenRosaDaily13-Jul1864
MartinusLowreyBedeliaHardeman03-Oct1866
EdwardusLyonsCatharinaKearey24-Jan1867
RichardusMahonDorotheaMoran04-Jul1867
RichardusMelodyEllenaFahy03-Feb1867
MartinusMoranBediliaLowry17-Jul1868
GulielmusMorganMariaCarvey or GarveyJune1868
FranciscusMurphyBridgedaEgan17-Oct1868
PatritiusRobbinsBridgedaLyons08-Feb1869
NiclmusStankardRosaGlynn17-Feb1869
MichaelWhynnsMariaLeahey15-Jan1866
JoannesWinterHonoriaEagan17-Feb1866
JoannesWintersAnnaDonohoe04-Feb1864
JoannesWintersMariaDonohoe??1869

Baptism Records, Woodford, Co. Galway, 1869

Woodford Roman Catholic Parish,
Clonfert Diocese,
Co. Galway,
Ireland.

My Lyons family are from Woodford, along with Noonan.  My Grandfather, Matthew John Lyons cycled a bicycle from Woodford up to Longford and there began a meat business.

Woodford Roman Catholic baptismal record begins in 1821, the first section I came cross on the film I had was from Feb 20th, 1869 and there I began.  This section of the register is in Latin and for once the Priest seemed to know his Latin.  Where you see names spelled differently it is because the ending of the name changes if you are the ‘son of’ or the ‘father of’.  I do have a page on from-ireland translating the Latin names to English names.

As usual, I have kept the spellings of the names as best I could read them.  I have not changed any.  I have not sorted the surnames aphabetically, I have left them as they were listed.  We had exactly 47 registrations in 1869.

The film ref for the National Library of Ireland is 2433.

The LDS have a copy of this film and their ref as per my records is 1279217/8,18,19-21, 1-6.

I indexed all children and parents for 1869, and from then until Oct 25th, 1872 I transcribed the details for any Lyons, Noone or Noonan surnames.  My main index is for the 1869 records and below that you will see all records for these three surnames 1870-Oct 73

Question marks indicate letters or words I had a problem with. Placenames were not given in this section of the register.

The first section is for the year 1869.  The year is included in the second section.

Name Surname Father Mother Mother Surname Date
Bernardus Reilly Bernardi Mariae Finlay 20-Feb
Honoria Forde Joannis Annae Power 20-Feb
Anna Power Georgii Brigidae Hayes 20-Feb
Maria Power Michaelis Mariae McNamara 22-Feb
Maria Murphy Joannis Cath Conry 03-Mar
Maria Fahy Thomae Mariae Spain 09-Mar
Maria Willis Joannis Brigidae Shaughnessy 20-Mar
Joannes Kemple Thomae Mariae Quinn 25-Mar
Anna Culleen Edmondi Annae Torpy 28-Mar
Maria Anna Allen Gedielini Brigidae Cavanagh 03-Apr
Brigida Tuohy Patritii Honoria Costelloe 04-Apr
Honoria Egan Davidii Honoria G?ron?daii 04-Apr
Honoria Egan Thomae Mariae Lynch 04-Apr
Phillippus Conolly ?Patritii Mariae McNancy 09-Apr
Joannes Watson Roberti Annae Power 09-Apr
Joannes Gilfoyle Michaelis Eleonorae McCabe 01-May
Jacobus Finlay Jae??? Rosmariae Sheridan 01-May
Anna Hickey Patritii Eleonorae Hayes 01-May
Michael Walsh Joannis Mariae Torpy 02-May
Brigida Conry Ricardi Brigidae McDonogh 07-May
Margarita Heary Patritii Mariae Hacke(?t) 10-May
Honoria McCabe Joannis Honoria Conry 10-May
Petris Finnerty Joannis Cath Costello 06-Jun
Joannes Collins Patritii Cath Finlay 24-Jun
Eleonora Hayes Gulielmi Brigidae ?Fallon 26-May
Joannes McNany Francisci Catharinae McNamara 03-Jul
Brigida Halloran Michaelis Brigidae Walsh 03-Jul
Catharina Kennedy Patritii Brigidae Bonfield 29-Jul
Jacobus Bohan Patritii Cath ??Pol???? 13-Aug
Maria Fahy Joannis Mariae Mooney 03-Aug
Maria Elenora O’Farrell Jacobi Cath McNancy 04-Aug
Joannes Spain Gulielmi Winifredae Reilly 12-Aug
Jacobus Sheridan Bernardi Cath Reeve 11-Aug
Elizabeth O’Farrell Michaelis Eleonorae Deely 17-Sep
Marcella Pa?yne Gulielmi Mariae Joannae Ryan 07-Oct
Gulielimus Hayes Patritii Mariae Rory 16-Oct
Joannes Starr Michaelis Catharinae Leonard 18-Oct
Anna Treasy Patritii Brigidae Thornton 11-Oct
Joannes Burke Joannis Margarita ??Y0ung 09-Nov
Maria Noone Jacobi Brigidae Slattery 13-Nov
Maria Anna ?Pierrse Gulielmi Annae Magan 13-Nov
Thomas Burke Michaelis Mariae Burke 21-Nov
Brigida Conry Michaelis Brigidae Lyons 28-Nov
Matthaeus Georgii Hegney Thomae Juliae O’Regan 04-Dec
Margarita Mahon Joannis Mariae Gready 04-Dec
Rosa Murphy Patritii Brigidae Magan 11-Dec
Thomas McNany Joannis Brigidae Murray 26-Dec

Lyons, Noone & Noonan

Name Surname Father Mother Mother Surname Date Year
Anna Lyons Francisci Maria Killeen 13-Feb 1870
Patritius Mullen Patritii Maria Noone 13-Mar 1870
Eleonora Egan Laurentii Maria Lyons 12-Jun 1870
Michael Lyons n.g. Brigidae McDonald 26-Jun 1870
Lucia Conry Thomae Catharinae Noonan 03-Oct 1870
Maria McNamara Michaelis Annae Hanrahan 28-Oct 1870
Elizabetha Spain Gulielmi Winifreda ??Kelly 10-Feb 1871
Helena Sanders Patritii Mariae Noonan 28-Apr 1871
Patritius Lyons Joannis Helenae Geerin 29-Apr 1871
Brigida Noonan Michaelis Mariae ?Hall 13-May 1871
Anna Noonan Joannis Annae Noonan 25-May 1871
Gulielimus Lyons Martin Annae Ahberton 03-Jun 1871
Anna Maria Lyons ??Thomae Annae ??Finoly 12-Jun 1871
can’t read can’t read Timothaeus Joannes Collins 12-Jun 1871
Maria Lyons Patritii Brigidae McDonnell 24-Mar 1872
Maria Conry Ricardi Brigidae McDonogh 24-Mar 1872
Teresa Donohoe Thomae Bediliae Lyons 13-May 1872
Michael Egan Laurentii Mariae Lyons 15-Jun 1872
Ricardus Lyons Francisci Mariae Killeen 15-Jun 1872
Brigida Lyons Martini Annae Abberton 25-Oct 1872

Atrocious Murder, Clonfert, Co. Galway, 1845

A most atrocious murder was perpetrated at Clonfert, County Galway, within 9 miles of Ballinasloe on Wednesday night. The name of the unfortunate deceased was Thomas Lenney, steward to the Rev. Mr.Butson, rector of Clonfert. The circumstances are as follows : – Some short time back Mr. Butson discharged a steward of his of the name of Coates, and engaged deceased as his successor. In the interval between that and the murder, Mr. Butson received several threatening letters to dismiss Lenney from his situation, or the worst consequences would follow. The notice taken of these threats was about ten days since the father of Coates, the former steward, a man in rather comfortable circumstances, was apprehended and committed to Galway Gaol as being concerned in the sending of the notices in question.  Matters remained so until Tuesday last ; on that day the agricultural show was attended by Lenney.  He returned to his employer’s house in the evening and there took his dinner and tea as usual.  I should have stated that on the previous night (Monday) another notice was found in Mr. Butson’s hall, threatening that if Lenney was not discharged from his place within a given time he would certainly be shot. Deceased left the house at ten o’clock to proceed to his sleeping apartment in the farm yard, situate a very short distance from the dwelling-house ; but he had scarcely reached mid-way to it when he fell by the hand of the assassin.  In passing through a gate way he was fired at, and with so sure an aim that the ball passed right through his heart, and death must have been instantaneous.

The shot was heard in the stable yard, but it appeared that no immediate attention was paid to the circumstance. In about twenty minutes however, after the fatal occurrence, the lifeless body was discovered extended in the gateway. On Wednesday an inquest was held. The result of the investigation was the finding of a verdict of willful murder against some parties unknown. Three persons have since been arrested on suspicion. They are Christopher Coates, coachman to Mr. Butson, John Coates also in Mr. Butson’s employment as an agricultural servant; both are brother’s of the dismissed steward. The name of the third person is Joseph Bergin, groom to the reverend gentleman. The prisoners were brought into Ballinasloe on Thursday, guarded by a strong police force, and lodged in the bridewell for further examination – ‘Correspondent of the Freeman

The correspondent of ‘Saunders’ in giving the above details states that the Rev. Mr. Butson and family are in a state of the most frightful alarm, and were obliged to apply for the protection of the constabulary, two of whom are now stopping at the house.
The King’s Co. Chronicle
Vol. 1 No. 3
Wednesday, Oct 6th, 1845

Baptism Records, Woodford, Co. Galway, 1865

April – December, 1865. Listed as ‘Woodfert & Clonfert’ on the register. Baptismal records from a Latin register for Woodford, Galway. Names given are as spelled (or read) on the register. Townlands are named. The names of witnesses and townlands are not included in this index.

Woodford Roman Catholic Parish Records on Microfilm:

Baptisms: April 20th, 1821 – Nov 25th, 1843 (Woodford & Ballinakill Upper)
March 6th, 1851 – Aug 4th, 1861
April 22nd, 1865 – Sept 13th, 1868 (Woodfert & Clonfert)
Feb 20th, 1869 – Oct 16th, 1880
Marriages: April 22nd, 1821 – Nov 25th 1843
March 1st, 1851 – July 23rd, 1861
July 27th, 1865 – Feb 9th, 1869
Feb 18th, 1871 – Feb 19th, 1880
NLI pos. 2433
LDS BFA: 1279217 items 18, 19-21 and BFA 1279218 items 1-6
1279218 Items 1 – 6 Parochial registers of Woodford (Galway), 1821-1908 Catholic Church. Parish of Woodford (Galway)

For once, families in this particular register and area are of interest to me, surnames : Lyons, Noonan, and Porter being some.