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Tonemoyle

Tamhain Mhaol, maol – bare, flat-topped; derelict; bare, flat-topped hillock

Other variations of the name of this townland are listed below with authority source (if provided): Tóin Mhaol, Tonmoyle, Tonemweel, Thoanmweel, Tonemoyle (John Qualter – Bailiff)

Tonemoyle is situated in the north extremity of the Civil Parish of Tuam, in the Barony of Dunmore in Co Galway. It is bounded on the north and east by the Civil Parish of Lissgeevy, on the west by the Civil Parish of Kilbannon and on the south by the townlands of Curraghan, Meelick West and Clonweel.

The Down Survey Map 1670 (post Cromwell) gave the townland name as ‘Tireboy’ and states that the owner was Lord John Kingston (Protestant). The survey states that there was 124 profitable plantation acres, and 124 plantation acres were forfeited.

O’Donovan’s Field Name Books describes the townland of Tonemoyle in 1838 as follows; it contains statute measure including about 86 acres of rough pasture and bog. There are 2 ancient forts in this townland, one in the south east and the other in the south west part of the townland.

 

Census 1841 – 1851

The townland of Tonemoyle in 1851 held an area of 445 acres 3 roods and 26 perches. The population in 1841 was 166 inhabitants, 77 male and 89 female. There were 28 houses, all of which were occupied. In 1851 the townland had diminished down to 97 people, 51 male and 46 female. There were now only 19 houses, all of which were inhabited.

The Poor Law Valuation of the townland of Tonemoyle was £125 and 10 shillings.

 

1851 Old Age Pension Census Search Forms

 

William Kelly – Application Number C17 5412

William applied for the old age pension on the 23rd July 1917. At the time of application, his address was Augloragh, Tuam, Co Galway. According to William, he was the son of Thomas and Ellen Kelly (nee Byrne). Application for the old age pension was successful; William was awarded a pension of £16 17s per year.

 

Mary Nicholson – Application Number C20 4420

Mary applied for the old age pension on the 23rd March 1920. At the time of application, her address was Cloonagh, Milltown, Co Galway. According to Mary, she was the daughter of Pat and Mary Nicholson. Records show that the family were not found in the 1851 or 1841 census, application failed.

 

Mary Nicholson – Application Number C21 5419

Mary applied again for the pension on the 27th August 1921. At the time of application, her address was F.B Mc Donagh, Esq. Solicitor, Tuam, Co Galway. According to Mary, she was the daughter of Pat and Mary Nicholson (nee McGrath). Records show that Mary was in fact the daughter of John and Mary Nicholson (nee McGrath), who had been married in 1831. Application for old age pension was successful on the 2nd attempt. Mary was awarded a pension of £16 17 shillings per year.

 

Griffith’s Valuation 1855

According to Griffith’s Valuation 1855, Tonemoyle was owned by George Vesey. The total area of land was 415 acres, 3 roods and 26 perches. Of this land George Vesey held onto 77 acres 1 rood and 1 perch of bog, in fee, which he paid a total annual valuation rate of £1, 10 shillings 0d (pence).

The remainder of the land was leased to the following people: Michael Qualter, John Nicholson, John McHugh, James Cleary, Peter Nicholson, David McHugh, Patrick Hynes, John Murphy, Denis Beirne, Michael and Patrick Qualter (joint lease), John Boyle, Thomas Hynes, John Joyce, Thomas McHugh, Stephen McHugh, Patrick Noone, Patrick Noone, jun, Patrick Concannon, John Burke, Patrick Kane and Michael Hynes.

Michael Qualter paid a total annual valuation rate of £28 5s 0d for house, offices and 2 lots of land. John Nicholson paid a total annual valuation rate of £9 10s 0d for house, offices and 6 lots of land. John McHugh paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 13s 0d for house, office, garden and 2 lots of land. James Cleary paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 10s 0d for house, office and 4 lots of land. Peter Nicholson paid a total annual valuation rate of £9 15s 0d for house, office and 2 lots of land. David McHugh paid a total annual valuation rate of £3 10s 0d for house, office and 3 lots of land. Patrick Hynes paid a total annual valuation rate of £6 10s 0d for house, office and land. John Murphy paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 0s 0d for house and 2 lots of land. Denis Beirne paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 10s 0d for house and land. Michael and Patrick McQualter paid a total annual valuation rate of £9 5s 0d each for 2 houses, 2 offices and 3 lots of land.

John Boyle paid a total annual valuation rate of £6 0s 0d for house, office and 2 lots of land. Thomas Hynes paid a total annual valuation rate of £7 0s 0d for house, office and land. John Joyce paid a total annual valuation rate of £7 0s 0d for house, office and 4 lots of land. Thomas McHugh paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 15s 0d for 5 lots of land. Stephen McHugh paid a total annual valuation rate of £6 15s 0d for 4 lots of land. Patrick Noone paid a total annual valuation rate of £6 10s 0d for 2 lots of land. Stephen McHugh, Thomas McHugh, Patrick Noone and John Joyce all paid £0 4s 0d each for 1 acre, 2 roods and 6 perches of land (joint lease). Stephen McHugh, Thomas McHugh both paid £1 0s 0d each for 2 houses, 2 offices and 2 lots of land. Patrick Noone paid £1 2s 0d for house, office and land. Patrick Noone. Jun paid a total annual valuation rate of £5 0s 0d for house, offices and 3 lots of land. Patrick Concannon paid a total annual valuation rate of 5 5s 0d for house, offices and 3 lots of land. John Burke paid a total annual valuation rate of £4 0s 0d for house, office and 2 lots of land. Patrick Kane paid a total annual valuation rate of £0 5s 0d for 1 acre of land. Michael Hynes paid a total annual valuation rate of £9 0s 0d for house, office and land.

The Total Annual Valuation of Rateable Property in Tonemoyle in 1855 is £165 11 shillings and 0d (pence).

Census 1901

There are 18 households in the townland of Tonmoyle in 1901. There were a total of 93 inhabitants in Tonemoyle, 49 female and 44 male. All the houses were built i.e. stone, brick or concrete, and the roofs were all of perishable material i.e. thatch or wood. All the houses were listed as private dwellings. All the residents of the townland were Roman Catholic and all were born in Co Galway. The heads of the households were: Thomas Mannion, Martin Flattery, Patrick McHugh, Stephen Nickelson [sic], Mary Cleary, John Murphy, Michel Hynes, Stephen Nickelson [sic], Maggie McHugh, Michael McWalters, Thomas Noone, Patrick Noone, Mary McHugh, James Turner, Kate Byrne, Martin Murphy, Patrick Ryan and Patrick Concannon. The 1901 census forms were collected on the 24th April 1901.

Thomas Mannion, (60), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Thomas lived with his wife Honor, (50), and their 3 children Patrick (20), Mary (18) and Bridget (15). Honor had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but could read only. Patrick was a farmer’s son, while Mary and Bridget were farmer’s daughters. All 3 children spoke Irish and English and were able to read and write. They were also listed as single. Thomas and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Thomas Mannion was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Martin Flattery, (45), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Martin lived with his wife Mary (42), and their 2 children, Mary (18) and Kate (12) and Martins’ sister-in-law Sabina Hynes (32). Martins’ wife Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Mary and Kate were both listed as farmer’s daughters, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Sabina Hynes was listed as a domestic servant, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Sabina was listed as single. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 4 rooms. Martin Flattery was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Patrick McHugh, (70), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick lived with his wife Mary (60) and their children Maggie (28) and Thomas (26). Mary was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Maggie was a farmer’s daughter, while Thomas was a farmer’s son. Both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Both Maggie and Thomas were listed as single. Patrick and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Patrick McHugh was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Stephen Nickelson [sic], (69), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Stephen lived with his wife Ellen (62) and their 3 children, Patrick (35), Martin (26) and Kate (21). Ellen was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick and Martin were farmer’s sons, while Kate was a farmer’s daughter. All 3 children spoke Irish and English, they were also able to read and write. All 3 of Stephen’s children were listed as single. Stephen and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Stephen Nickelson was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Mary Cleary, (60), a widow, gave her occupation as a farmer. Mary spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Mary lived with her son Patrick Clarke (34), his wife Mary Clarke (32) and their children Dela [sic] (10), James (5), John (4) and Patrick (1). Patrick Clarke was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. His wife Mary was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Dela and James were listed as scholars. Dela spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. No language was listed for James, John and Patrick, and they were also listed as being unable to read. Mary and her family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 3 rooms. Mary Cleary was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

John Murphy, (27), was listed as a farmer; he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read. John was listed as single. John lived with his aunt Mary Murphy (59), she was listed as a domestic servant. Mary spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Mary was also listed as single. John and his aunt lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 2 rooms. John Murphy was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Michael Hynes, (55), a widower, gave his occupation as a farmer. He spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Michael lived with his son Patrick (35), daughter-in-law Bridget (30), grand-daughter Ellen (3mths), daughters Ellen (23) and Sabina (19). Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget was a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Ellen and Sabina were listed as farmer’s daughters, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Both were also listed as single. Michael and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 2 rooms. Patrick Hynes was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Stephen Nickelson  [sic], (68), was listed as a farmer. He spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Stephen lived with his wife Sabina (55), and their 3 children Sabina (26), Martin (18) and Norah (14). Sabina was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Her daughter Sabina was listed as a farmer’s daughter while Martin gave his occupation as a farmer’s son, Norah was listed as a scholar. All 3 children spoke Irish and English and were able to read and write. All 3 children were listed as single. Stephen Nickelson and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Stephen Nickelson was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Maggie McHugh, (70), a widow gave her occupation as a farmer. She spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Maggie lived with her daughter Bridget (26), son-in-law Patrick (32), granddaughter Maggie (3) and Martin (1). Bridget was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. No language was listed for Maggie and Martin, both were listed as being unable to read and both were listed as single. Maggie and her family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 3 rooms. Maggie McHugh was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Michael McWalters, (70), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Michael lived with his wife Mary (65) and their 3 adult children Maggie (50), John (45) and Thomas (22). Mary was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Maggie was a farmer’s daughter, while John and Thomas were farmer’s sons. All 3 spoke Irish and English and were all able to read and write. All 3 of Michael’s’ children were listed as single. Michael and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 4 rooms. Michael McWalters was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Thomas Noone, (54), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Thomas lived with his wife Mary (53) and their 2 adult children Patrick (30) and Kate (24). Mary was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son while Kate was a farmer’s daughter. Both spoke Irish and English and were able to read and write. Both Patrick and Kate were listed as single. Thomas and his family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 2 rooms. Thomas Noone was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Patrick Noone, (80), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick lived with his wife Mary (60) and their daughter Bridget (18). Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget was listed as a farmer’s daughter, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget was listed as single. Patrick and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Patrick Noone was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Mary McHugh, (60), a widow, gave her occupation as a farmer, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read and write. Mary lived with her son Martin (35), daughter-in-law Mary (33), grand-daughters Mary (6) and Bridget (4) and grandson John (9 months). Also living with the family was Patrick McHugh (80), a widow, and uncle to the head of the house. Martin was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read and write. Mary was a farmer’s wife; she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read. No language or literacy was listed for the grandchildren. Patrick was listed as a general labourer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Mary and her family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 3 rooms. Mary McHugh was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

James Turner, (70), a widower, gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. James lived with his son Michael (33), daughter-in-law Mary (33) grandchildren Bridget (13), James (10), Sabina (4), Mary (3) and Kate (6 months). Michael was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Mary was a farmer’s wife, she too spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget and James were listed as scholars, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Sabina, Mary and Kate had no language or occupation listed and was also listed as being unable to read. All 5 children were listed as single. James and his family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 2 rooms. James Turner was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Kate Byrne, (60), a widow, was listed as a farmer, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Kate lived with her son Patrick (30), daughter-in-law Ellen (27), grand-daughters Bridget (25) and Honor (16). Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Ellen had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget was a farmer’s daughter, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Honor was listed as a scholar, she too spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Kate and her family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 3 rooms. Kate Byrne was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Martin Murphy, gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Martin lived with his wife Catherine (35), his children Patrick (26), Michael (24), Sarah (17) and Thomas (13). Catherine was listed as a farmer’s wife, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick and Michael were listed as general labourers both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Sarah and Thomas were listed as scholars, both spoke Irish and English and were able to read and write. All 4 of Martins children were listed as single. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 2 rooms.  Martin Murphy was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 3 out-offices or farm steadings.

Patrick Ryan, (67), a widower, was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick lived with his children, Kate (19), John (16) and his eldest daughter Mary Glynn (28), her husband Martin Glynn (30) and their 2 children Stephen (3) and Patrick (1). Kate was listed as a farmer’s daughter, while John was a farmer’s son, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Kate and John were listed as being single. Mary was listed as a farmer’s wife, her husband Martin gave his occupation as a farmer. Both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. No occupation or language was listed for Stephen and Patrick; both were listed as being unable to read. Patrick and his family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 2 rooms. Patrick Ryan was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

Patrick Concannon, (70), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick lived with his wife Margaret (50) and their 2 adult children Michael (28) and Bridget (23). Margaret had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read and write. Michael was listed as a farmer’s son, while Bridget was a farmer’s daughter, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Michael and Bridget were both listed as single. Patrick and his family lived in a 3rd class house with 2 front windows and 3 rooms. Bridget Concannon was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 2 out-offices or farm steadings.

 

Census 1911

There were 18 households in the townland of Tonemoyle in 1911. There were a total of 110 inhabitants in Tonemoyle, 60 male and 50 female. All residents were born in Co Galway except for one individual who was born in Co Mayo. All the residents were Roman Catholic. All the buildings were built, with permanent materials i.e. brick, stone or concrete and were classifieds as private dwellings. All the roofs were built of perishable materials i.e. thatch or wood except 1 which had tile or slate on the roof. The heads of the households were: Stephen Nicholson, Mary Cleary, Sabina Nicholson, Margaret McHugh, Thomas McHugh, Michael McWalter, James Turner, Martin Murphy, Catherine Byrne, Thomas Mannion, Martin Glynn, John Murphy, Patrick Hynes, Thomas Noone, Martin McHugh, Patrick Noone, Patrick Concannon and Martin Flattery. The census forms were collected on the 12th and 15th April 1911.

 

Stephen Nicholson, (80), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English. Stephen lived with his wife Ellen (73), their sons Patrick (48), Martin (34), daughter-in-law Norah (29) and grandchildren John (5), Martin (4), Ellen (1) and Stephen (3 months). All of the Nicholson family were listed as being unable to read or write. Ellen had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English. Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English. Martin was also listed as a farmer’s son; he too spoke Irish and English. Martin was listed as being single. Patricks’ wife, Norah had no occupation listed but she spoke Irish and English. John was listed as a scholar and no language was listed for him. No occupation or language was listed for the 3 youngest children. Stephen and Ellen had been married 49 years in 1911 and had 7 children born alive, 5 of whom were still alive in 1911. Patrick and Norah had been married 7 years in 1911 and had 4 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Stephen and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Stephen Nicholson was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Mary Cleary, (78), a widow, gave her occupation as a farmer. She spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Mary lived with her son Patrick (46), daughter-in-law Mary (44) and grandchildren James (14), John (12), Patrick (10), Mary (8), Kathleen (6), Michael (4) and Margaret (5 months).  Patrick and Mary had been married 17 years in 1911 and had 8 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Neither Patrick nor Mary had an occupation listed, both spoke Irish and English and were both able to read and write. James, John, Patrick, Mary, Kathleen and Michael were all scholars. James, John Patrick and Kathleen were all able to read and write. Mary and Michael were unable to read or write. No language was listed for the Margaret. Mary and her family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Mary Cleary was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Sabina Nicholson, (73), a widow, gave her profession as a farmer. She spoke Irish and English but was unable to read and write. Sabina lived her son Martin (29) and daughter Norah (25). Martin was listed as a farmer’s son while Norah had no occupation listed. Both Martin and Norah spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Sabina and her family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Sabina Nicholson was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, I cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 2 barn.

 

Margaret McHugh, (78), a widow, had no occupation listed. She spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Sabina lived with her daughter Bridget Devane (38), her son-in-law Patrick (45) and grandchildren Martin (12), Ellen (9), John (4), Mary (4) and Delia (2). Bridget gave her occupation as a farmer, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick was also listed as a farmer, he also spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Martin, Ellen, John and Mary were all listed as scholars. All were able to read and write except for Mary. Martin and Ellen both spoke Irish and English, while no language was listed for John, Mary and Delia. Patrick Devane was born in Co Mayo, making him the only person in the townland of Tonmoyle born outside of Co Galway. Bridget and Patrick had been married 14 years in 1911 and had 7 children born alive, 5 of whom were still alive in 1911. Margaret and her family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Patrick Devane was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, and 1 barn.

 

Thomas McHugh, (36), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Thomas lived with his wife Mary (37) and infant son Patrick (10 months). Thomas and Mary had been married 3 years in 1911 and had 1 child born alive, he was still alive in 1911. Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. No occupation or language was listed for Patrick, he was listed as being unable to read or write. Thomas and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Thomas McHugh was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Michael McWalter, (85), was listed as a farmer. He spoke Irish and English and was able to read only. Michael lived with his wife Mary (82) and their adult children Margaret (44), John (42) and Thomas (35). Michael and Mary had been married 51 years in 1911 and had 10 children born alive, 8 of whom were still alive in 1911. Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read only. Margaret also had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. John and Thomas were both listed as farmer’s sons. Both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Margaret, John and Thomas were all listed as single. Michael and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Michael McWalter was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, and 1 barn.

 

James Turner, (78), a widower, gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but could not read. James lived with his son Michael (45), daughter-in-law Mary (45), and grandchildren James (19), Sabina (13), Mary (12), Catherine (10), Stephen (8), Michael (6) and Thomas (3). Michael and Mary had been married 23 years in 1911 and had 9 children born alive, 8 of whom were still alive in 911. Michael was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Mary had no occupation listed, she also spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. James was listed as a farmer’s son. He spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Sabina, Mary, Catherine, Stephen, Michael and Thomas were all listed as scholars, all of whom spoke Irish and English except for Thomas, and all were able to read and write except for Thomas. All the children were listed as single. James and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. James Turner was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, 1 barn and 1 cart house.

 

Martin Murphy, (71), was a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to reads and write. Martin lived with his wife Catherine (70) and their 2 adult children Patrick (34) and Michael (22). Martin and Catherine had been married 40 years in 1911 and had 8 children born alive, 7 of whom were still alive in 1911. Catherine had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick and Michael were both listed as farmer’s sons. Both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Both Patrick and Michael were listed as single. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Martin Murphy was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Catherine Byrne, (74), a widow, gave her occupation as a farmer. She spoke Irish and English but could not read or write. Catherine lived with her son Patrick (48), daughter-in-law Ellen (38) and grandchildren John (9), Thady [sic] (8), Delia (6) and Patrick (1). Patrick and Ellen had been married 10 years in 1911 and had 4 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Ellen had no occupation listed, she too spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. John, Thady and Delia were all listed as scholars. John and Thady were able to read and write. No language was listed for any of the children. Catherine and her family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Catherine Byrne was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Thomas Mannion, (73), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Thomas lived with his wife Honor (65), son Patrick (32), daughter Bridget (26) and granddaughter Ellen Mullen (4).Thomas and Honor had been married 37 years in 1911 and had 5 children born alive, 2 of whom were still alive in 1911. Honor had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Ellen Mullen had no occupation or language listed and was listed as being unable to read or write. Patrick and Bridget were both listed as single. Thomas and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Thomas Mannion was listed as the owner if the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Martin Glynn, (47), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Martin lived with his wife Mary (46) and their sons Stephen (13), Patrick (11), John (9), Michael (7) and Martin (4). Also living with the Glynn family was Patrick Ryan (75) and Norah Ryan (28), father-in-law and sister-in-law to Martin Glynn. Martin and Mary had been married 14 years in 1911 and had 5 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Stephen, Patrick, John and Michael were all listed as scholars, all 4 were able to read and write and all spoke Irish and English except for Michael who spoke English only. Martin had no occupation listed and he spoke English only. Patrick Ryan was a widower, he had no occupation listed. Patrick spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Norah Ryan gave her occupation as a National Teacher, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Norah was listed as being single. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Martin Glynn was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

John Murphy, (40), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. John lived with his brother Thomas (26), who had no occupation listed. Thomas spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Both brothers were listed as single. John and his brother lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. John Murphy was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Patrick Hynes, (50), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick lived with his wife Bridget (40) and their 6 children, Ellen (9), Michael (8), Norah (6), John (5), Delia (3) and Patrick (2). Patrick and Bridget had been married 11 years in 1911 and had 6 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Bridget had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Ellen, Michael and Norah were all listed as scholars. Ellen and Michael spoke Irish and English and were able to read and write. Norah was listed as being unable to read or write. No language or occupation was listed for John, Delia and Patrick (Jun). They were also listed as being unable to read or write. Patrick and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows ad 3 rooms. Patrick Hynes was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Thomas Noone, (72), was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Thomas lived with his wife Mary (70) and their 3 adult children, Patrick (43), Kate (32) and James (30). Thomas and Mary had been married 44 years in 1911 and had 9 children born alive, 6 of whom were still alive in 1911. Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Patrick was listed as a farmer’s son, Kate had no occupation listed and James gave his occupation as a draper assistant. All 3 of Thomas’s children spoke Irish and English and all were able to read and write. All 3 were listed as single. Thomas and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Thomas Noone was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Martin McHugh, (50), gave his occupation as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Martin lived with his wife Mary (51) and their 3 children Maryanne (16), Bridget (14) and John (11). Martin and Mary had been married 18 years in 1911 and had 4 children born alive, 3 of whom were still alive in 1911. Mary had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Maryanne had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Bridget and John were both listed as scholars, both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Martin McHugh was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Patrick Noone, (89), was a farmer, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read and write. Patrick lived with his wife Margaret (73), his daughter Bridget Molloy (33), son-in-law Thomas (33) and grandchild Mary (2). Patrick and Margaret had been married 30 years in 1911 and had 2 children born alive, both of whom were still alive in 1911. Bridget and Thomas had been married 3 years in 1911 and had 1 child born alive, she was still alive in 1911. Margaret had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Both Bridget and Thomas had no occupations listed and both spoke Irish and English. Both were able to read and write. Mary had no occupation or language listed and was also listed as being unable to read. Patrick and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Patrick Noone was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Patrick Concannon, (80) gave his occupation as a farmer. He spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick lived with his wife Margaret (73), their son Michael (42), daughter-in-law Bridget (40), and grandchildren Margaret (9), Patrick (8), Peter (6), Catherine (3) and Martin Joseph (3 months). Patrick and Margaret had been married 52 years in 1911 and had 4 children born alive, 2 of whom were still alive in 1911. Michael and Bridget had been married 11 years in 1911 and had 5 children born alive, all of whom were still alive in 1911. Margaret had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read only. Michael was listed as a farmer’s son, he spoke Irish and English but was unable to read or write. Bridget had no occupation listed, she spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Margaret, Patrick and Peter were listed as scholars. Margaret spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Patrick spoke English only and was able to read and write. Peter spoke English only and was unable to read or write. No occupation or language was listed for Catherine or Martin Joseph, both were listed as being unable to read or write. Patrick and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Patrick Concannon was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

Martin Flattery, (60), a widow, was listed as a farmer, he spoke Irish and English and was able to read and write. Martin lived with his daughters Mary Anne (29) and Katherine (24). Mary Anne and Katherine both had no occupations listed. Both spoke Irish and English and both were able to read and write. Both of Martins’ daughters were listed as single. Martin and his family lived in a 2nd class house with 3 front windows and 3 rooms. Martin Flattery was listed as the owner of the land on which the house was situated along with 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

 

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