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The Mulrooneys
 
The Mulrooneys married twice into the Shaw family, two sisters married two brothers, this is listed below.
 

Patrick John Mulrooney was born circa 1795 in Ballina Co. Mayo.  He married circa

                 1823/1824 Alice Kelly(Born circa 1800).  They lived in Water Street, Ballina

                 after their marriage.  They had the following children.

A.            John Mulrooney, he was baptised on the 26th of May 1825.  His sponsors were Edward Flynn and Anne McDonnell.  He died in 1880, he never married.

B.            Mary Mulrooney, she was born in 1826.  She died in 1879, she never married.

C.            Anthony Mulrooney, he was born in 1827.  He married on the 2nd of August 1853, Mary Hope, Ballina.  The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Loftus and Jane Hope.  After their marriage they lived in Knocknalyre or as its better known today as Downhill, Bunree.  Anthony died on the 3rd of September 1879.  The cause of death was given as rheumatism and debilities, he had suffered from this for three months and had been attended to by a doctor.  The informant of his death to the registrar was his son Patrick Mulrooney.  Here is Mary’s entry from the 1901 census. 

Knocknalyre or Downhill

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Mulrooney

Mary(65)

farmer/widow

Patrick(38) son/not married/clerk-Michael(34) son/not married-Adeline(26) dtr./not married/dressmaker

Mary died on the 5th of July 1914.  The cause of death was given as old age and debility.  She had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her son, Patrick Mulrooney.  They had the following children.

1.             Patrick Thomas Mulrooney, he was born on the 22nd of August 1856 and was baptised on the 25th of August.  His sponsors were Edward McGloine and Mary Loftus. 

2.             Bridget Mulrooney, she was born on the 22nd of November 1857 and was baptised on the 24th of November.  Her sponsors were James Hope and Cate Mulrooney.  She married on the 23rd of January 1873, John Conmy.   The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Quinn and Ann Hennigan.  He died in 1876.  She later remarried on the 26th of February 1878, Robert Shaw, the Quay.  Their children are listed with the Shaw branch of the family.

3.             Michael Mulrooney, he was born on the 5th of March 1862 and was baptised on the 6th of March.  His sponsors were Patrick Rouse and Mary Mulrooney. 

4.             Mary Mulrooney, she was born on the 20th of November 1865 and was baptised on the 23rd of November.  Her sponsors were Thomas Hurry and Maria Meares.  She married on the 14th of February 1888, Patrick Shaw, The Quay.  He was the brother of Robert Shaw who married her sister Bridget.  The witnesses to the marriage were John and Kate Gallagher.  Their children are listed in the Shaw Branch of the family.

5.             Anne Mulrooney, she was born on the 7th of November 1869 and was baptised on the 11th of November.  Her sponsors were Julius Cosgrave and Mary Higgins.

6.             Catherine Mulrooney, she was born on the 9th of April 1867 and was baptised on the 24th of April.   She married on the 17th of February 1897, George Dwyer, Bunree.  The witnesses to the marriage to the marriage were Anthony Shaw and Agnes Kelly (her cousin).  Here is their entry from the 1901 census, it appears that George was out of town on the day the census was taken as he is not listed here.

Ardnaree Bunree

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Dwyer

Catherine(30)

washerwoman/married

Mary(3)-Anne K.(9mo.)

                They had the following children.

a.             Mary Teresa Dwyer, she was born in late 1897.  Teresa was living with her aunt, Mary (nee Hope) Mulrooney, in Knocknalyre (Downhill) according to the 1911 census.

b.             Anne Catherine Dwyer, she was born in July 1900.

 

7.             Adelaide Agnes Mulrooney, she was born in 1874.  She married on the 31st of July 1904, Patrick Murray, The Brook, Ardnaree.  He was a cattle dealer.  The witnesses to the marriage were Patrick Mulrooney and Mary Teresa Shaw.  Fr. James Naughton (later Bishop of Killala) married them in St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina.  They owned a shop which later went to the Melvin line of the family.  They had no children. 

 

D.            Catherine Mulrooney, she was baptised on the 17th of February 1828.  Her

                sponsors were Anthony Brogan and Mary Cain (Kean).

E.             Anne Mulrooney, she was baptised on the 18th of December 1831.  Her sponsors were Anthony Mulrooney and Alice O´Kain (Kean).

 

The Hopes

 

John Hope was born circa 1795 in Ballina.  He married circa 1825 Margaret Reddington (she was born circa 1802, as you can see from the records below she had sisters, Ann and Bridget and brother Martin, she also had a brother John he was born about 1818-1820 and lived in Water Lane with his wife Bridget (they were both still alive in 1901.  Margaret’s family likely came from Cloonishlaun as this is where most Reddington were living).  They lived first in Hill Street, Ballina then later moved to Water Lane.  No death records could be found for either of them apart from the on the birth records of their children.  In the Griffith’s valuation of Ireland for Mayo, 1856, there is a John Hope listed as living at John Street, I don’t know if this is the John named above, also there is a Michael Hope listed with various holdings in the town, this could be the Michael named below which would mean that my John died before 1856.  They had the following children.

A.            Anne Hope, she was born on the 25th of September 1826.  Her sponsors were John Gallagher and ‘Unknown’.  She married on the 1st of November 1854, Patrick Kilgallon.  The witnesses to the marriage were Michael Walshe and Catherine Sergeant. 

B.            Michael Hope, he was born on the 30th of July 1828 and was baptised on the 31st of July.  His sponsors were Paul Conmee and Ann Reddington.  He married on the 4th of August 1852, Bridget Newcombe.  The witnesses to the marriage were William Gallagher and Jane Hope.

C.            Margaret Hope, she was born on the 9th of November 1830 and was baptised on the 11th of November.  Her sponsors were Martin and Bridget Reddington.

D.            Mary Hope, she was born circa March 1832.  She married on the 2nd of August 1853, Anthony Mulrooney, Water Lane, Ballina.  Their children are listed in the Mulrooney branch of the family.

E.             Jane Hope, she was born circa 1834.  She married on the 18th of March 1860, Michael Byrne (Beirne).  The witnesses to the marriage were Martin Byrne (Beirne) and Margaret Hope.  They lived at Bridge Street, Ballina after their marriage where they had a shop.  Michael died sometime before 1901.  Here is the family entry from the 1901 census.

Ballina T./Bridge St.

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Beirne

Jane(60)

merchant/widow

Michael(32) shop asst.-John(30) shop asst.-Clare(21)-Jane(19)-Florence(17)-Catherine Conway(18) servant-all not married

                Michael and Jane had the following known children.

1.             Michael Byrne (Beirne), he was born about 1865.

2.             John Byrne (Beirne), he was born about 1867.

3.             Clare Byrne (Beirne), she was born about 1878.

4.             Jane Byrne (Beirne), she was born about 1880.

5.             Florence Byrne (Beirne), she was born about 1882.

 

F.            James Hope, he was born circa 1836. 

 

The Mullens

 

John Mullen was born circa 1808, probably in Cullens, which until 1898 was part of Co. Sligo.  He married circa 1834, Catherine Size, Ballina, born circa 1812.  They lived at Cullens after their marriage.  John died on the 12th of January 1879.  The cause of death was given as rheumatism and brain disease.  The informant to the registrar of his death was Michael Walshe, Ardnaree.  They had the following known children.

A.            John Mullen, he was born on the 14th of May 1835 and was baptised on the 17th of May.  His sponsors were James Kilcullen and Mary Healy.  He married on the 23rd of February 1873, Margaret Barbara Doherty, Cloonishlaun.  The witnesses to the marriage were Patrick O’Reagan and Bridget Mullen.  They lived in Carrowcushlaun after their marriage.  The Mullen family was of some standing and owned a lot of land, John had orchards and owned quite a lot of farm land.  From the 1901 census we know that John’s and Barbara’s house was the 6th in line.  It was built of either stone or brick with a roof of either wood or thatch.  It had three rooms with three windows to the front, John owned his own house and the land on which it was built.  Here is John’s entry from the 1901 census. 

Carrowcushlaun

Kilmoremoy

Tireragh

Mayo

Household

Mullen

John(70)

farmer

Barbra(44) wife-William(24)-John(22)-Kate(20) seamstress-Bridget(19) seamstress-Anthony(7)-Agnes(5)-Thomas

Barbara died on the 3rd of October 1926.  The cause of death was given as acute pneumonia, she had been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her daughter, Catherine (nee Mullen) Forbes, Mill Street, Ballina.  John died on the 30th of March 1928.  The cause of death was given as old age and a debility, he had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of his death was his daughter Agnes Mullen.  He was buried in Abbey cemetery, Ballina, Co. Mayo.  They had the following children.

1.             William Mullen, he was born on the 13th of April 1874 and was baptised on the 19th of April.  His sponsors were Patrick O’Keane and Margaret Rabbit (Robbet).  He married on the 3rd of January 1909, Bridget Loughney, Riverslade.  The witnesses to the marriage were Owen Loughney and Maria Kennedy.  Fr. P. Howley married them in St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina.  The couple could not write.  They settled in Quignalecka after their marriage.  From what I can work out they had no children and William was dead before 1936.

2.             John Mullen, he was born on the 19th of June 1875 and was baptised on the 20th of June.  His sponsors were John Doherty and Anne (nee Mullen) Gill.

3.             Catherine Eleanor Mullen, she was born on the 16th of November 1877 and was baptised on the 18th of November.  Her sponsors were John and Eleanor Doherty.  She married Patrick Forbes.  They lived in Ballina after their marriage.  They had the following children.

a.             Patrick Forbes, he was born in 1902.  He was living with his grandparents, the Mullens, in Carrowcushlaun according to the 1911 census.

b.             John Forbes.

c.             William Forbes.

d.             Thomas Forbes.

e.             Mary Forbes.

f.              Margaret Forbes.

g.             Bridget Forbes.

 

4.             Mary Anne Mullen, she was born on the 24th of May 1879 and was baptised on the 25th of May.  Her sponsors were Michael and Mary Joan O’Reagan.  She married on the 30th of January 1910,

                Anthony Shaw, The Quay.  Their children are listed above in the Shaw branch of the family.  Mary was known as ``Mammy Shaw ´´ to her grandchildren at the Quay where she lived after her marriage.  From what I’ve heard about her she was a very hard working woman.  They had a big plot of land behind their house at the Quay where she grew vegetables.  They also had their own work horse, until only a few years ago the shed where the horse was kept was still in our garden.  Mary also cut her own turf in the bog and saved it.  Uncle Paul was very close to his granny and was with her when she died at home at the Quay.  He lay in the bed with her and wouldn’t leave her side, she took three deep breaths and then she was gone, I remember granny telling me this story, and inconsolable Uncle Paul was.  It also reminds me of when Granny died herself and she made three yawns, we thoughts she was wakening up after been in a coma for some days, but it was the end.

5.             Bridget Mullen, she was born on the 1st of January 1881 and was baptised on the 13th of March.  Her sponsors were William McNulty and Anne Gill.  She died in 1905.

6.             James Mullen, he was born on the 19th of January 1883 and was baptised on the 21st of January.  His sponsors were John Doherty and Anne Gill.  He died in 1930 and is buried in Leigue cemetery.

7.             Sara Mullen, she was born on the 5th of April 1884 and was baptised on the 6th of April.  Her sponsors were James and Anne Barbara Gill.  She died on the 24th of February 1887.  The cause of death was given as bronchitis, she had suffered for one month and had been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her father, John Mullen.

8.             Patrick Joseph Mullen, he was born on the 1st of January 1887 and was baptised on the 16th of

January.  His sponsors were Patrick and Mary Walshe.  He died on the 19th of September 1894.  The cause of death was given as gastritis for one day and debilities for six months, he had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of his death was his father, John Mullen.

9.            Michael James Mullen, he was baptised on the 20th of January 1890.  His sponsors were Dominick Murray and Eleanor Gaughan.

10.           Anthony Mullen, he was born on 20th of December 1891 and was baptised on the 24th of December.  His sponsors were Patrick and Matilda Armstrong.  He immigrated to Scunthorpe, England.  He married on the 23rd of November 1931, Alice Pike, born 1904.  They were married in Brigg registry officer (the reason been that Alice was heavily pregnant, all their children were however baptised Catholic).  The witnesses to the marriage were J. Pike (possibly father or brother to the bride and Elizabeth Pike (Alice’s twin sister).  Anthony died in 1959 in Skegness, Lincolnshire and Alice in 1988. They had the following children.

a.             Margaret Mullen, she was born in 1932.  She immigrated to Canada in the 1950s and settled in Mississauga.  She was reunited there with Peter Dmytraz.  He was a Ukrainian POW in Brigg, Scunthorpe during WW2.  They married and had the following children.

i.              Catherine Dmytraz, she was born in 1959.

ii.             John Dmytraz, he was born in 1962.

iii.            Andrew Dmytraz, he was born in 1970.

 

b.             Bridget Mullen, she was born in 1933.  She immigrated to America in the 1950s and settled in New York.  She married and had five children, two sets of twins.  Unfortunately her husband and two children were killed in a car crash and she lost contact with her family and so I don’t have the names of her husband or children.

 c.            John Mullen, he was born in 1934.  John never married and continues to live in Scunthorpe.

d.            David Mullen, he was born on the 16th of August 1938.  He married Pamela

               Bryan.  He died in 1993.  They had the following children.

i.              Andrew Mullen, he was born on the 6th of October 1964.  He married Daressa Frodsham.  They lived in Manchester, England.   They had the following children.

I.              Patrick Conall Mullen, he was born in 1996.

II.            Cian Francis Anthony Mullen, he was born in 2001.

 

ii.             Craig Mullen, he was born in 1967.  He married Patricia Siddall.  They settled in

                Rotheram after their marriage and they had the following children.  He died in

                1998 due to injuries sustained in a car accident.

I.             Fiona Mullen, she was born in 1985.

II.            Jessica Mullen, she was born in 1990.

III.           Thomas Mullen, he was born in 1992.

IV.           Danyal Mullen, she was born in 1994.

V.            Hannah Mullen, she was born in 1996.

 

iii.            Neil James Mullen, he was born in 1970.  He died in 1973.

 

e.             Terry Mullen, he was born in 1939.  Terry never married.  He died in the mid 1990s.

f.              Kevin Mullen, he was born in 1941.  He married Linda ?  She died, unsure of the date at present.  They had one son.

i.              Matthew Mullen, he was born in 1980.

 

11.           Barbara Agnes Mullen, she was born on the 5th of May 1895 and was baptised on the 6th of May.  Her sponsors were Patrick and Mary Robinson.  She later married James Jordan in 1922.

 

B.            Bridget Mullen, she was born in 1836.

C.            Anne Mullen, she was born in 1837.  She married on the 11th of June 1866, James Gill, a Tailor from Killala.  The witnesses to the marriage were John Rabbit and Mary Bluit.  Fr. Michael A. Conway married them in Killala church.  They lived at Killala after their marriage.  James died on the 1st of January 1869.  The cause of death was given as phitisis, he had suffered for six months and had been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of his death was his sister-in-law, Ellen Mullen.  Anne died on the 8th of July 1885.  The cause of death was given as cancer of the stomach, she had suffered for one month and had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her brother, John Mullen.  As of yet I don’t have any information as to where their children lived after Anne’s death.  They had the following children.

1.             Barbara Gill, she was born on the 13th of April 1867 and was baptised on the 16th of April.  Her sponsors were Martin Rabbit and Ellen Mullen.

2.             James Gill, he was born on the 25th of July 1868.  His sponsors were Michael McNulty and Eleanor (Ellen) Mullen.

 

D.            Eleanor (Ellen) Mullen, she was born in 1839.

 

The Sizes

 

 William Size was born circa 1769, possibly in Ballina.  He had the following children.

A.            William Size, he was born in 1796.  He died in 1874.  He had the following children. 

1.             William Size, he was born circa 1839.  He married Bridget Walshe circa 1867/68.  They lived in the Brook, Ardnaree after their marriage. 

Ardnaree T./Brooke St.

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Size

William(50)

labourer

Bridget(49) wife-Thomas(25)-Mary(22)-John(20)-Annie(18)-Martain(10)

They had the following children.  William died on the 9th of December 1911 from effects of a fall in Spillers Baker store.  He was buried in Leigue Cemetery.

a.             Thomas Size, he was born on the 9th of December 1869 and was baptised on the 11th of December.  His sponsors were Eugene Walshe and Eleanor Mullen.

b.             Bridget Size, she was born on the 27th of January 1872 and was baptised on the 29th of January.  Her sponsors were James and Mary Walshe.

c.             Mary Size, she was born on the 3rd of March 1873 and was baptised on the same day.  Her sponsors were Martin Philbin and Mary McHale.

d.             James Size, he was born on the 22nd of October 1875 and was baptised on the 24th of November.  His sponsors were Anthony Doherty and Anne Walshe.  James died on the 20th of July 1898.  The cause of death was given as Phthitisis (this was another word for Tuberculosis) he had suffered from this for 1 year he had been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of his death was his father Bill (William) Size.

e.             John Size, he was born on the 16th of June 1878 and was baptised on the 23rd of June.  His sponsors were Michael Lynch and Mary Barrett.

f.              Ann Size, she was born on the 18th of October 1881 and was baptised on the 23rd of October.  Her sponsors were Peter Murray and Cecelia Convy.

g.             Catherine Size, she was born on the 2nd of December 1884 and was baptised on the same day.  Her sponsors were James and Elizabeth Murray.  Catherine died on the 10th of March 1885.  The cause of death was given as convulsions from which she had suffered for two days, she had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her mother Bridget Size.

h.             Patrick Size, he was born on the 8th of March 1886 and was baptised on the 14th of March.  His sponsors were Michael Lynch and Mary Costello.

i.              Martin William Size, he was born on the 6th of November 1889 and was baptised on the 10th of November.  His sponsors were James Size and Bridget Walshe. 

 

2.             James Size he was born circa 1840. 

 

B.            Ellen Size, she was born circa 1798.  She married in 1822, Peter O’Hara.  They had the following known child.

1.             Mary O’Hara, she was born in 1823.  Her sponsors were James Foley and Mary O’Hara.

 

C.            Mary Size, she was born circa 1800.  She married in 1824, James Maguire.  They lived in Ballina after their marriage and they had the following children.

1.             John Maguire, he was born in 1825.              

2.             Michael Maguire, he was born in 1826.  One of his sponsors was his aunt Catherine Size, (she later married John Mullen, Cullens).  He died as a child.

3.             James Maguire, he was born in 1827.  His sponsors were Thomas Size and Margaret Walshe.

4.             Michael Maguire, he was born in 1831.  One of his sponsors was Honor Size.

5.             Patrick Maguire, he was born in 1836.  His sponsors were William Size and Mary Langan.

D.            Thomas Size, he was born circa 1804.

E.             Honor Size, she was born circa 1808.

F.             Catherine Size, she was born circa 1812.  She married circa 1834 John Mullen, Cullens.  Their children are listed above in the Mullen branch of the family.  Catherine died before 1879 as when John died in 1879 he is listed as a widower.

 

The Dohertys

 

 Anthony Doherty was born circa 1810 in Cloonishlaun.  He married circa 1835 Mary Jordan, she was born circa 1813.  They lived in Cloonishlaun after their marriage.  Anthony was still living in 1873 but no record of his death has been found.  They had the following children.

A.            Margaret Doherty, she was born in 1836.

B.            John Doherty, he was born circa 1839.  He married circa 1882  Bridget?.  She was born about 1860.  They lived in Cloonishlaun after their marriage. 

Cloonslaun

Kilmoremoy

Tireragh

Mayo

Household

Doherty

John(61)

farmer

Bridget(40) wife-Patrick(17)-John(14?)-Anthony(13)-Mary Ellen(12)-Bridget(11)-James(10)-Thomas(9)-Anne(7)-Stephen(4)-Agnes(3)-Joseph(2)-Michael(1mo.)

They had the following children.

1.             Patrick Doherty, he was born in 1883.

2.             John Doherty, he was born in 1886.

3.             Anthony Doherty, he was born in 1887.

4.             Mary Ellen Doherty, she was born in 1888.

5.             Bridget Doherty, she was born in 1889.

6.             James Doherty, she was born in 1890.

7.             Thomas Doherty, he was born in 1891.

8.             Anne Doherty, she was born in 1893.

9.             Stephen Doherty, he was born in 1896.

10.           Agnes Doherty, she was born in 1897.

11.           Joseph Doherty, he was born in 1898.

12.           Michael Doherty, he was born in February 1901.

 

C.            Michael Doherty, he was born in 1842.  He married circa 1872 Jane?.  She was born about 1850.

Ardnaree or Shanaghy

Kilmoremoy

Tireragh

Mayo

Household

Doherty

Michael(58)

farmer

Jane(50) wife-Patrick(27)-Anthony(23)-Bridget(21)-Helly(10) son

They lived in Shanaghy after their marriage and had the following children.

1.             Patrick Doherty, he was born in 1873.

2.             Anthony Doherty, he was born in 1877.

3.             Bridget Doherty, she was born in 1879.

4.             Helly Doherty, he was born in 1890.

 

C.            Barbara Doherty, she was baptised on the 10th of August 1851.  She married on the 23rd of February 1873, John Mullen, Cullens.  Their children are listed above with the Mullen branch of the family.

D.            Ellen Doherty, she was baptised on the 2nd of October 1853.  Her sponsors were Simon and Mary Judge.

E.             Winifred Doherty, she was baptised on the 8th of June 1856.  Her sponsors were John Mullen and Biddy Clarke.

F.             Catherine Doherty, she was baptised on the 27th of May 1858.  Her sponsors were Jas Cavanagh and Mary Doherty. 

 

The Gallaghers

 

 John Gallagher was born in Bohernasop, Ballina circa 1810.  He married circa 1831/1832 Bridget Doogher, Brook Street, Ardnaree.  She was the daughter of Edward and Mary Doogher.  (Edward was born circa 1767 and he died on the 23rd of November 1833.  The

               cause of death was given as pleurisy.  The informant to the registrar of his death

               was his wife Mary Doogher.  His son Anthony Doogher, born 1807, died on the

               8th of December 1833).  John and Bridget lived in Bohernasop after their

              marriage.  John was a farmer.  Bridget died on the 4th of January 1864.  The cause

              of death was given as phitisis after 13 months.  The informant to the registrar of

              her death was her husband, John Gallagher.  John died on the 2nd of April 1880. 

              The cause of death was given as a debility from which he had suffered for one

              year, no doctor had attended him.  The informant to the registrar of his death

              was Mary Wade, Bohernasop.  They had the following children.

A.           Thomas Gallagher, he was born in 1833.

B.            Patrick Gallagher, he was born in 1835.

C.            John Gallagher, he was born in 1837.  He married circa October 1870, Ann Lacken.  They lived in Bohernasop after their marriage.  Ann died on the 24th of June 1876 in Ballina workhouse.  The cause of death was given as a debility from which she had suffered for three weeks.  The informant to the registrar of her death was, Thomas Forsyth, Ballina workhouse.  John and Ann had the following children.

1.             Hugh Gallagher, he was born on the 28th of August 1871 and was baptised on the 3rd of September.  His sponsors were William Flynn and Mary Carroll.

2.             Honor Gallagher, she was born on the 25th of March 1874 and was baptised on the 5th of April.  Her sponsors were Martin Wade and Catherine Carroll.

John was to marry again on the 28th of September 1876, Catherine Hennigan, Bohernasop.  The witnesses to the marriage were John Judge and Mary Ryan (Reagan).  John worked as a shoemaker in Ballina.  They lived in Bohernasop after their marriage and had the following children.

3.             Bridget Gallagher, she was baptised on the 25th of October 1877.

4.             Martin Gallagher, he was baptised on the 23rd of October 1879.

5.             William Gallagher, he was baptised on the 12th of May 1881.

6.             Mary Anne Gallagher, she was baptised on the 13th of May 1883.

7.             Margaret Gallagher, she was baptised on the 5th of April 1885.

8.             Catherine Gallagher, she was baptised on the 10th of March 1887.

9.             Ellen Gallagher, she was baptised on the 1st of September 1889.

 

D.            Mary Gallagher, she was born in 1843.

E.             Hugh Gallagher, he was born in 1845.  He married on the 12th of December 1876, Bridget McDonnell.  She was the daughter of Terence McDonnell, Ballycastle.  The witnesses to the marriage were Francis Wall and ``Unknown´´.  He was born 1800 and died on the 26th of October 1870 in Killala workhouse.  They lived in Bohernasop after their marriage.  We know from the 1901 census that the house was the 20th in line.  It was built of either stone or brick with a roof of either wood or thatch.  It was a two roomed house with two windows to the front.  The Landlord who owned the land on which the house was built was John White.  Hugh and Bridget could both speak Irish and English but both their sons could only speak English.

Ballina T./Bohernasop

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Gallagher

Hugh(60)

labourer

Bridget(56) wife-John(32) son/not married/labourer-Henry(14) son

Hugh died on the 27th of February 1911 and was buried in Leigue cemetery.  Bridget died on the 24th of May 1929.  They had the following known children.

1.             Honor Mary Gallagher, she was born on the 14th of December 1879 and was baptised on the 18th of December.  The mark of her aunt, Mary Gallagher, present at birth was a note on the birth registration.  Her sponsors were ‘Unknown’ and Bridget Langan.  She immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland and later married John Orr.

2.             Patrick Gallagher, he was born on the 30th of January 1882 and was baptised

               on the 2nd of February.

He married on the 1st of July 1906, Jane Fleming, Ardnaree.  They were married in St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina by Fr. James Naughton (later Bishop of Killala). 

They first lived at Pound Lane, Abbeyhalfquarter after their marriage and later moved to Abbey Street, Ardnaree.  Patrick worked as a labourer in Ballina.  In 1914 with the outbreak of World War 1 Patrick joined the British army.  He signed up with the Royal Scottish Regiment and saw action in Mons and Ypres.  He sustained an eye wound in 1915.  He was twice mentioned by his commanding officer for bringing up ammunition under fire.  He was to become a sergeant with his regiment.  Patrick returned to Ballina after the war and was to suffer with periods of bad health due to wounds sustained during the war.  He died on the 27th of October 1959.  Jane died on the 31st of January 1964.  They had the following children.

a.             Eleanor (Nelly) Gallagher, she was born on the 16th of July 1907.  She later immigrated to Glasgow, Scotland where she lived with her paternal aunt, Mary (nee Gallagher) Orr.  She married James Smith Slight (born 8th September 1908, Midlothian) on the 9th of April 1932.  They lived in Edinburgh after their marriage.  James died on the 1st of January 1978 and Nell died on the 25th of December 1990.  They had the following children.

i.              David Slight, he was born on the 19th of October 1932.

ii.             Jean Slight, she was born on the 3rd of November 1934.  She married on the 31st of December 1952 James Cole, born 30th of September 1931, he died in 2001.  They had the following children.

I.              Ellen Gallagher Cole, was born on the 30th of September 1957.

II.            Linda Cole, she was born on the 15th of February 1959.

III.           Suzanne Cole, she was born on the 19th of May 1960.

IV.           James Cole, he was born on the 3rd of November 1961.  He died on the 4th of July 1992.

V.            David Cole, he was born on the 2nd of November 1963.

VI.           William Cole, he was born on the 1st of August 1967.

 

iii.            Margaret Slight, she was born in 1937.  She died on the 20th of May 1955.

iv.            James Slight, he was born on the 15th of January 1939.  He married Mary Horan (born 16th of June 1946).  He died on the 2nd of May 2004.  They had the following children.

I.              Laura Slight, she was born on the 27th of July 1972.

II.            Mark Slight, he was born on the 11th of May 1974.

 

v.             Helen Slight, she was born on the 26th of March 1940.  She married on the 15th of March 1967 William Harrison (born 14th September 1940).  They had the following children.

I.              Leslie Harrison, she was born on the 6th of September 1968.

II.            Stephen Harrison, he was born on the 18th of February 1972.

 

vi.            Hugh Slight, he was born on the 16th of May 1941.  He married on the 30th of April 1964 Marylyn Greenan (born 10th July 1946).  They had the following children.

I.              James Slight, he was born on the 4th of December 1964.

II.            Margaret Ann Slight, she was born on the 12th of January 1967.

III.           Hugh Slight, he was born on the 30th of April 1973.

 

vii.           William Slight, he was born on the 11th of May 1947.  He married on the 17th of April 1970 Nadia Meringi (born 15th July 1938).  They had the following child.

I.              Susan Slight, she was born on the 24th of February 1971.

 

viii.          Thomas Slight, he was born on the 19th of December 1948.  He married on the 20th of May 1972 Irene McIntosh Goudie (born 12th of November 1948).  They had the following children.

I.              Robert David Slight, he was born on the 3rd of December 1973.

II.            Thomas James Slight, he was born on the 28th of February 1976.

 

b.            Anne Catriona Gallagher (What a wonderful person), she was born on the 10th

               of October 1908As a young girl gran remembered the Black and Tans in Ballina.  Once while they were in pursuit of an IRA man they burst into her grandmother Fleming’s house.  Bridget ordered them out of her houses.  Before they left they noticed the two photos of her two son, Michael and John who were off fighting in France, they saluted and left quietly.  When she was in her early teens she followed her elder sister Nell to Scotland.  She tried to settle in but found herself to homesick and so returned to Ballina.  She then went to work as a nanny/maid for the Hannick family of Ardnaree.  The work was hard and the hours long but gran said she really loved the family, and this love was returned as years later the Hannick children visited gran many times when they were in Ballina, I remember a Father Anthony and a Sister Theresa, but I believe there was another nun.  She married on the 26th of April 1931 Robert Shaw, the Quay.  One of the witnesses to the marriage was gran’s cousin, Paddy Joe Crean.  Their children are listed above in the Shaw branch of the family. Gran was not afraid to tell me that life was not easy with a young family and Granda away in England.  When they first married they rented a small one windowed lodging where Irene Keane now lives at the Quay.  Her parents-in-law, Anthony and Mary Shaw, built a house for them on the site where previously the old Quay school once stood.  However she was a proud woman and although when granda´s wire didn’t arrive she had to ask for credit, this was something she never wanted to do.  Gran always kept her house spick and span and kept out of village gossip, which she couldn’t abide by.  Gran was the beginning of my family history bug.  She could tell a story and you could imagine yourself there, this way of story telling has disappeared, more is the pity.   Gran had a fall in her house in July, when she didn’t return to Mam´s house after some time Mam sent Robert, when he came home, to go and get her.  Robert found Gran lying on the floor crying as she couldn’t get up after the fall.  Gran was sent to Castlebar hospital where all the family visited her.  From what I’ve heard from family members she made a great recovery and even made her usual jokes.  I was going home that year with Mary from London, nobody told me that Gran was in hospital and by now she had caught an infection.  When I saw her she was in Ballina hospital, it was a very sad sight for me and quite a shock as she was in so much pain but she had a strong will to live.   I had to make the phone call to Aunty Theresa to tell everyone to come home.  They all came and at  least had the last days with her.  The last time I saw Gran awake she mimed with her lips that she  loved me, then Mary came into the room and Gran said Mary I love you too.  Gran died on the 4th of  August 1999 in Castlebar General hospital, Castlebar, Co. Mayo.  She died while I was holding her  in my arms, with me were my sisters Mary and Patricia and Aunty Florie.

c.             James Gallagher, he was born in 1910.  He later immigrated to England and during World War II he joined up to fight. He never married.  He died in the 1980s.

d.             Hugh Gallagher, he was born in 1913.  He married Kathleen Doherty.  Hugh died in 1982.  They had the following son.

i.              Joseph Gallagher.  He never married.

 

e.             Thomas Gallagher, he was born in 1919.  He later immigrated to Scotland.  He married Bridget McDermott, Belmullet.  They settled in Fife, Scotland.  They have both since died.

f.              Bertha Gallagher, she was born in 1921.  She immigrated to England and settled in Shrewsbury.  She married Richard Smith.  Bertie died in October 2003.  They had the following children.

i.              Pauline Smith.

ii.             Patrick Smith.

iii.            George Smith.

iv.            Jane Smith.  She married John Burgess.  They lived in Shrewsbury and had the following children.

I.              Laura Burgess.

II.            Patrick Burgess.

III.           Michael Burgess.

IV.           Stephanie Burgess.

 

g.            Henry Gallagher, he was born in 1923.  He remained in Ardnaree with his parents and was a favourite uncle of mam.  He died in 1963, the cause of death was cancer. 

 

3.             John Gallagher, he was born in 1890.

4.             Henry Gallagher, he was born on the 27th of April 1891 and was baptised on the 30th of April.  His sponsors were Patrick Gallagher and Eleanor Wade.

 

F.             Bridget Gallagher, she was born on the 10th of August 1851 and was baptised on the 21st of August.  Her sponsors were Patrick Sweeney and Mary Philbin.

G.            William Gallagher, he was born in 1856.  He married on the 8th of December 1874, Catherine Furey.  The witnesses to the marriage were James Carobine and Mary Anne Crean.  They had the following children.

1.             John Gallagher, he was baptised on the 20th of June 1876.

2.             Thomas Gallagher, he was baptised on the 8th of January 1880.

The family immigrated to England sometime after 1880.  There is a record of William Gallagher applying for a pension in England in 1921.  His address was given as Care Of Rev. J. Wainwright, St. Mary’s, Bolton, UK.

 

The Flemings

 

 Richard Fleming was born circa 1791.  He married circa 1824, Mary Howley, she was born circa 1803.  They lived in Ardnaree after their marriage.  He worked as a labourer in Ballina.  He died at a young age on the 4th of June 1827.  The cause of death was given as fever.  Mary was still living in 1855 and probably living with her daughter-in-law Ellen (nee Willis) Fleming, she was the sponsor of her grandson John in 1855.  They had the following children.

A.            Michael Fleming, he was baptised on the 5th of September 1825.  His sponsors were Peter Nickolson and Mary Carroll.  He married circa 1849/1850 Eleanor Willis, Ballynahaglish.  She was baptised on the 9th of March 1832.  Her sponsors were Thomas Willis and Mary Carbery.  She was daughter of James and Mary (nee O’Hora) Willis.  She had a brother Patrick, he was baptised on the 15th of October 1833.  His sponsors were Thomas O´Hora and Mary Duffy.  They lived at Abbey Street after their marriage.  Michael worked as a water bailiff for the fisheries department.  My grandmother, Annie (nee Gallagher) Shaw, Michael’s great granddaughter, told me the following story of Michael’s death.  Michael went to work on the morning of the 6th of February 1865.  He was checking the fish boxes at Ridge Pool when his foot became wedged between the boxes.  He tried to free himself but lost his balance over and into the water with his foot still caught between the boxes.  Unable to regain his balance the strong current soon got the better of him and he drowned.  On researching the records I indeed found his death record which gives drowning as the cause of death.  It must have been a struggle for Ellen as she was now left alone with a young, large family.  Ellen died herself on the 6th of February 1882.  They had the following children.

1.             Mary Fleming, she was born circa 1851.  She married on the 12th of November 1870, Robert Speuls.  He was a solider in the 54th Regiment and was stationed in the Ballina Barracks.  The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Reynolds and Mary Loftus.  They lived in Ballina but Robert was later posted to India leaving Mary in Ballina.  They had the following children.

a.             Robert Patrick Speuls, he was baptised on the 1st of January 1871.  From the records found he was born in Ballina Workhouse, which might indicate that Mary was ill at the time as most babies were born at home at the time.  It must have been a traumatic birth as Robert died soon after on the 22nd of January 1871.

b.             Mary Speuls, she was baptised on the 7th of September 1872.  Her father was in India at the time of her birth.  She died on the 19th of September 1874.  The cause of death was given as measles.  There were no more records located for Robert and Mary (nee Fleming) Speuls, it is possible that they immigrated to England or Mary joined her husband in India.

 

2.             Patrick Fleming, he was born on the 10th of March 1853 and was baptised on the 13th of March.  His sponsors were John and Bridget Willis.  He married on the 5th of February 1872, Catherine Corcoran, Shanaghy, she was born about 1856.  They lived in Ardnaree, Shanaghy after their marriage.  Their house was 35th in line.  It was built of brick with a wood or thatch roof.  It had four rooms with one window to the front.  The land on which the house was built was owned by the Gore family. 

Ardnaree or Shanaghy

Kilmoremoy

Tirawley

Mayo

Household

Fleming

Patrick(47)

labourer/born Co. Sligo

Catherine(44) wife-Michael(24)-Mary(20)-Jane(14)-Martin(13)-James(10)-all born Co. Sligo

They had the following children.

a.             Michael Fleming, he was baptised on the 3rd of November 1872.

b.             John Fleming, he was baptised on the 29th of November 1874.

c.             Mary Fleming, she was baptised on the 6th of May 1877.  She married in 1903 William McDermott.  Thery had the following known children

i.              Annie McDermott, she was born in 1906.

ii.             William McDermott, he was born in 1910.

 

d.             Patrick Fleming, he was baptised on the 7th of March 1880.

e.             Bridget Fleming, she was baptised on the 19th of November 1883.

f.              Martin Fleming, he was baptised on the 9th of November 1884.  He married Mary ?.  They lived in Bunree after their marriage.

g.             Jane Fleming, she was baptised on the 15th of January 1888.

h.             James Fleming, he was baptised on the 20th of September 1891.

3.             John Fleming, he was born on the 23rd of February 1855 and was baptised on the 25th of February.   His sponsors Neil Rooney and Mary Fleming.

4.             Michael Fleming, he was born on the 25th of June 1859 and was baptised on the 26th of June.  His sponsors were John McHale and Ann Fee.  He married circa July/August 1879 Bridget Bourke, Ballina.  She was the daughter of John and Mary Bourke, Hill Street.  The 1901 census records show that Michael’s and Bridget’s house was the 36th in line.  It was built more than likely from brick with a wood or thatch roof.  It had three rooms with two windows to the front.  The Landlord/lady who owned the land on which the house was built was Matilda Gore, related to the Knox-Gores of Belleck. 

Ardnaree Abbey Halfquarter

Kilmoremoy

Tireragh

Mayo

Household

Fleming

Michael(40)

labourer/born Co. Sligo

Bridget(43) wife-Jane(18)-Ellie(16)-James(14)-Michael(12)-John(10)-Thomas(8)-Anne(6)-Patrick(4)-Edward(9mo.)-all born Co. Sligo

Michael died on the 10th of January 1924 (according to my granny Shaw, his granddaughter, he was a broken man who had never fully recovered from the shock of losing two sons in WW1).  He was buried in the Abbey cemetery, one of the last burials there as Leigue cemetery was now more commonly used for space.  Bridget died on the 24th of July 1938.  The cause of death was given as apoplexy, for 21 days, she had attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her son, Edward Fleming, Healy Terrace.  They had the following children.

a.             Mary Fleming, she was born on the 22nd of May 1880 and was baptised on the 30th of May.  Her sponsors were Thomas Fleming and Mary Malley.

b.             Jane Fleming, she was born on the 2nd of December 1881 and was baptised on the 4th of December.

Her sponsors were Patrick Costello and Mary Jordan.  She married on the 1st of July 1906, Patrick Gallagher, Bohernasop.  Their children are listed with the Gallagher branch of the family.

c.             Bridget Fleming, she was born in October 1882.  She died on the 30th of December 1883.  The cause of death was given as convulsions, she had suffered this for two weeks and had not been attended to by a doctor.  The informant to the registrar of her death was her mother, Bridget Fleming.

d.             Eleanor Fleming, she was born on the 11th of February 1884 and was baptised on the 17th of February.  Her sponsors were Patrick and Ann Carney. 

She married on the 29th of April 1908, Anthony Crean, Ballina.  The witnesses to the marriage were James Fleming and Gertrude Kilkar.  Fr. Bernard M. Quinn married them in St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina.  Anthony was in the 2nd Battalion of the Connaught Rangers and was stationed in Co. Tipperary.  They had the following children.

i.              Patrick Joseph Crean.

 

e.             (Patrick) James Fleming, he was born on the 1st of February 1886 and was baptised on the 7th of February.  His sponsors were Henry Smyth and Mary Conlon.  He immigrated to America.  He arrived in Ellis Island on the 27th of March 1910.  His destination was given as Lake View, New York where he was staying with a friend, Miss Rooney.

f.              Michael Fleming, he was born on the 15th of November 1887 and was baptised on the 20th of November.  His sponsors were Thomas Studders and Catherine Conlon.  He was a Private in the Connaught Rangers 5th Battalion, his service number was 3950.  He was killed in action on the 8th of October 1918.  His grave/memorial reference is A 25 at the Serain Communal Cemetery extension, France.

g.             John Fleming, he was born on the 5th of May 1890 and was baptised on the 8th of May.  His sponsors were Edward McDermott and Catherine Carney.  He was a Corporal in the Connaught Rangers 2nd Battalion (formerly 4th Battalion).  He died of wounds sustained at the battle of Ypres on the 13th of November 1914.  His grave/memorial reference is Panel 42, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.

h.             Thomas Fleming, he was born on the 17th of August 1892 and was baptised on the 21st of August.  His sponsors were John McDermott and Maria Mulrooney.  He later immigrated to England.  He fought in WW1 in the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guards and was later a Groundsman at Buckingham Palace.

i.              Annie Catherine Fleming, she was born on the 25th of February 1895 and was baptised on the 3rd of March.  Her sponsors were Anthony Crean and Jane Fleming. 

j.              Patrick Fleming, he was born on the 29th of March 1898 and was baptised on the 3rd of April.  His sponsors were Michael and Eleanor Fleming.  He married Margaret Lynch.  They had the following children.

i.              Michael Fleming.  He married Margaret (Peggy) Parsons.  They lived in Ballina after their marriage.  Michael died in January 2006.  They had the following children.

I.              Paul Fleming.

II.            Patricia Fleming, she was born about 1963.

III.           Siobhan Fleming, she was born 1964.

IV.           Kathleen Fleming.

 

ii.             Philomena Fleming.

iii.            Margaret Fleming.  She married Patrick Culkin.

iva.          Catherine Fleming, she was a twin of Eileen Fleming.  She died when she was 21.

ivb.         Eileen Fleming, she was a twin of Catherine Fleming.

v.             Patricia (Patsy) Fleming.

vi.            Patrick Fleming.  He married Anne Judge.

vii.           John (Jim) Fleming, he was born on the 31st of May 1939.  He had the following children.

I.              Cait Fleming.

II.            Patrick Fleming, he was born on the 4th of June 1972.  He had the following child.

A1.          John Fleming, he was born on the 6th of September 2006.

 

k.             Edward Fleming, he was born on the 2nd of July 1900 and was baptised on the 5th of July.  His sponsors were Michael and Eleanor Fleming.  He married on the 25th of May 1921, Anne Willis, in St. Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina.  The witnesses to the marriage were P. Hennigan and Emma Kilgallon.  They lived in Healy Terrace, Ballina after their marriage.  Edward died on the 28th of April 1959 and Anne on the 14th of June 1978 (they are buried in Leigue cemetery with their great grandson, Davis Walshe died 23rd of January 1985 and their daughter Nellie.  They had the following children.

i.              Eleanor (Nellie) Fleming.  She married Patrick (Paddy) Devaney.  She died on the 23rd of January 1994.   She is buried in Leigue cemetery with her parents and her grandson, David Walshe.

 

5.            Bridget Fleming, she was born on the 10th of September 1861 and was baptised on the 15th of September.  Her sponsors were Thomas Coulter and Mary Mullarkey.

6.             Thomas Fleming, he was born on the 29th of August 1864 and was baptised on the 4th of September.  His sponsors were Patrick Carney and Bridget O’Malley. He immigrated about 1882/1883 to America and settled in Belleville, New Jersey.  He married on the 16th of December 1884 Martha Buckley (born 21st January 1855, Glasgow, Scotland-died 19th July 1931, Bloomfield, New Jersey).  They were married in Belleville Dutch Reformed Church by Rev. Ralph Brakan, one of the witnesses was Mary Tagan.  However they raised their children Catholic.  John worked as a stone cutter.  He died on the 18th of January 1916.  They had the following children.

a.             James Fleming, he was born on the 8th of October 1886.  He died on the 4th June 1892.

b.             Francis Fleming, he was born on the 25th of October 1887.  He died on the 11th June 1894.

c.             Helen Claire Fleming, she was born on the 28th of February 1890.  She married Chester C. Poole (born April 4th 1888) on the 15th of August 1911 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Nutley, New Jersey.  The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Fleming jr. and Margaret Roehenbeck.  The officiating priest was Fr. William Cunningham.  Chester was a Corporal in the US army during WW1.  She died on the 13th of January 1965.  Helen was a first cousin of my great grandmother, Jane Fleming.  They had one child.

i.              Helen Claire Poole, she was born on the 3rd of January 1922.  She married John McPartland.  John had been in a seminary studying for the priesthood but he met Helen and decided he no longer wanted to be a priest.  Because he left the seminary his parents disowned him.  I have it on good standing that John was not the easiest man.  He was fond of the drink, whiskey, and when he drank it he was a monster of a man.  He fought often with his son John jr., who finally ostracized himself from the family when it came out that John sr. was using the money to pay for Helen’s hospital bills for alcohol.  Helen died of Multiple Sclerosis on the 11th of April 1983.  After Helen died John started dating his sister-in-law, Helen (nee Axt) Fleming, who was by that time also a widow.

Helen and John had the following children.

I.              John McPartland, he was born on the 30th of March 1942.  He married a Jewish woman and converted to Judaism and changed his name to Allyn.  They had the following children.

A1.          P.J. Allyn.

A2.          Michelle Allyn.

 

II.            Dorothy McPartland, she was born about 1948.  While pregnant Helen Claire contacted measles and Dorothy was born with DownSymdrome.  She died young.

 

III.           Richard McPartland, he was born on the 9th of September 1954.  He married Jennifer DiGarndia.  They currently live in Lanoka, New Jersey.

IV.           Elizabeth McPartland, she was born on the 13th of March 1957.  She married Thomas Barton, born January 7th 1947.  They live in Toms River, New Jersey.  They had the following children.

A1.          Christine Barton, she was born on the 27th of May 1988.

A2.          Allyson Elizabeth Barton, she was born on the 25th of March 2001.

A3.          Lauralee Elise Barton, she was born on the 15th of July 2002.

 

d.             Nora Fleming, she was born 16th of September 1892.  She died on the 11th of March 1894.

e.             Thomas Fleming, he was born on the 22nd of July 1894. 

He was a Sergeant in the US army during WW1.  He married first Alice Martell on the 27th of March 1921, then on the 29th of June 1938 he married Helen Axt.  He worked as a tax assessor in Belleville, New Jersey.  He died on the 21st of February 1941. 

f.              John Patrick Fleming, he was born on the 24th of February 1897.  He married Helen Finnerty (born abt. 1898) on the 29th of August 1922, they were married in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Bloomfield, New Jersey.  He worked as a painter and decorator.  They lived on Delaware Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ after their marriage.  He died of a stroke on the 23rd of August 1948.  They had the following children.

i.              Patricia Fleming, she was born about 1923.  She married Ronald Hill.  They currently live in Nutley, New Jersey.

ii.             Joan Fleming.

iii.            John Fleming, he was born about 1925.

iv.            Dorothy Fleming, she was born about 1930.  She married Francis Borgo.  They currently live in Nutley, New Jersey.  They had the following child.

I.              Stephen Borgo, he was born on the 11th of November 1961.

 

B.            Paul Fleming, he was baptised on the 17th of January 1827.  His sponsors were

               Thomas Howley and Ellen Mullen.

 

 

John Bourke, he was born circa 1792.  He married Bridget Hughes circa 1824/1825.  

                 They lived in Hill Street, Ballina after their marriage.  John died on the 31st of

                 March 1867.  The cause of death was given as Bronchitis, the informant to the

                 registrar of his death was his wife Bridget Bourke.   They had the following

                 known children.

A.            John Bourke, he was baptised on the 5th of April 1826.  His sponsors were John Murray and Mary Rooney.  He married Mary ????.  John, a farmer, died on the 27th of February 1890.  The cause of death was given as Dropsy (an old term for the swelling of soft tissues due to the accumulation of excess water…congestive heart failure).  The informant to the registrar of his death was his wife Mary Bourke.  They had the following child.

a.             Bridget Bourke, she was born circa 1857/1859.  She married Michael Fleming, Ardnaree, circa 1879.  Their children are listed above in the Fleming branch of the family.

 

B.            Patrick Bourke, he was baptised on the 25th of November 1829.  His sponsors were Pat Gallagher and Bridget Munelly.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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