Laurence Minogue1

(circa May 1846 - 31 October 1914)
Last EditedNov 17, 2017
FatherNicholas Menougue1 b. c 1819, d. 1874
MotherCatherine Dixon2 b. s 1810
Birthcirca May 1846 Ireland1 
Baptism20 May 1846 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Kilkenny City, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; "Laurence of Nicholas Minogue & Catherine Dixon. Sp. John Cusack and Mary Grace. Appears to say "Watkin St."2 
(Resident) Census1861 Penkhull, Staffordshire, England; "Nicholas Manogue, head, at 97 Albert Street, married, age 40, potter stepmaker, born Ireland.
Catherine, wife, married, 20, born Ireland.
Laurence, son, unmarr., 15, potter's slipmaker, born Ireland.
Mary Ann, dau., 10, , born Stafforsh., Stoke-on-Kent.
Annie Nash, visitor, Unm., 55, serv. domestic, born Ireland.; Principal=Nicholas Menougue1 
Death31 October 1914 Wissalucken Creek, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States; Death Certificate states: Lawrence Monogue, File #103963, Registration #25393 died in Wissaluken Creek, Ward 22, Philadelphia. He was a white, male, widowed, born 26 May 1846, aged 68 years, 5 months, 5 days. Born England, Father was Nicholas, born Ireland, mother was Catharine Deckson, born France. Information provided by J. G. Strunnfull (? undertaker) of 3002 Susa Ave. Medical Certificate states that he died on 31 October 1914 of drowning, probably accidental. Buried in Northwood Cemetery on 11/2/1914.3 
Burial2 November 1914 Northwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States3 

Citations

  1. [S510] 1861 England Census, online www.ancestry.com, Class: RG9; Piece: 1938; Folio: 129; Page: 19; GSU roll: 542890, Enumeration District 06. Census for the town of Penkhull, Staffordshire, England. Listing for Nicholas Menogue (sic)and his family, living at 97 Albert Street. Ancestry Image #20 of 43.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Catholic Parish Registers, The National Library of Ireland; Dublin, Ireland; Microfilm Number: Microfilm 05027 / 04. Listing for baptism of Laurence Minogue, son of Nicholas Minogue and Catherine Dixon, baptized 20 May 1846 in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Kilkenny, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Ancestry Image #199 of 358.
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission; Pennsylvania, USA; Certificate Number Range: 100821-104130. Death Certificate for Lawrence Monogue, died October 31, 1914 in Philadelphia. Ancestry Image #3216 of 3384.

Margaret Minogue1

(circa 1906 - )
Last EditedJan 20, 2016
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c 1871, d. 11 Mar 1915
MotherMargaret Carroll1 b. c 1873
Birthcirca 1906 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
(Resident) Census1911 House #2, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; "Patrick Minogue, Head, Catholic, can read and write, age 43, general laborer, married, born Co. Kilkenny.
Margaret, wife, Catholic, can read and write, 38, married 15 years, had 9 children, all living, born Co. Kilkenny.
(All children are Catholic and born Co. Kilkenny).
James, son, 14, telegraph messenger.
Michael, son, 12, scholar.
Patrick, son, 1.
Mary, dau., 11, scholar.
Bridget, dau. 8, scholar.
Alice, dau., 7, scholar.
Maggie, dau., 5.
Kate, dau., 3.; Principal=Patrick Minogue1 

Citations

  1. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland, listing for family of Patrick Minogue, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny at http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai002610384/

Margaret Minogue1

(circa April 1842 - )
Last EditedOct 14, 2017
FatherMathew Minogue1 b. s 1810
MotherCatherine Slattery1 b. s 1810
Birthcirca April 1842 Clover, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism3 April 1842 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Margaret Minougue (sic) of Clover, female, of Mathew Menouge and Citty Slattery (a nickname for Catherine) was baptized on 03 April 1842 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Bridget Slattery and no second name given.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Margaret Minougue (sic), 03 April 1842, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Margaret Minogue1

(circa December 1843 - before 1850)
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c Mar 1823
MotherMargaret Butler1 b. s 1815
Birthcirca December 1843 Goldenfield, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism2 December 1843 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Margaret Minogue of Goldenfields, female, of Patt Minogue and Margaret Butler was baptized on 02 December 1843 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Patt Minogue and Peggy Dunne.1 
Deathbefore 1850 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; It's possible she died as a child as another child, named Margaret, was born in 1850. 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Margaret Minogue, 02 December 1843, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Margaret Minogue1

(circa October 1850 - )
Last EditedNov 14, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c Mar 1823
MotherMargaret Butler1 b. s 1815
Birthcirca October 1850 Goldenfield, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism21 October 1850 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Margaret Manogue (sic) of Golden Fields, female, of Pat Manogue and Peg Butler was baptized on 21 October 1850 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Catherine Costello, no second sponsor given.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Margaret Minogue, 21 October 1850, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Margaret Minogue1

(circa August 1823 - )
Last EditedJun 28, 2018
FatherNicholas Menouge1 b. s 1790
MotherEleanor Hogan1 b. s 1790
Name Variation Margaret Menogue1 
Birthcirca August 1823 Killaloe, Killaloe Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism14 August 1823 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Margaret Menogue (sic) of Killaloe, female, of Nicholas Menogue and Eleanor Hobin was baptized on 14 August 1823 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Michael Maher and Bridget Shanihen.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Informatiion from Church Baptism for Margaret Menogue, 14 August 1823, (parents listed as Nicholas Menogue and Eleanor Hobin) Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Martin Minogue1

(say 1830 - )
Last EditedJun 27, 2018

Family

Bridget Nowlan b. s 1830
Marriage12 November 1849 Danesfort Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Principal=Bridget Nowlan1 
Name Variation Martin Manouge1 
Birthsay 1830 Ireland1 
Marriage12 November 1849 Danesfort Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Principal=Bridget Nowlan1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Marriage Record for Martin Manouge and Bridget Nowlan, 12 November 1849, Parish of Danesfort, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Martin Minogue1

(circa August 1830 - )
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. s 1800
MotherEllen Delany1 b. s 1800
Birthcirca August 1830 Ballykeefe, Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism4 August 1830 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Martin Menogue (sic) of Ballykeefe, male, of Patrick Menogue and Ellen Delany (sic) was baptized on 04 August 1830 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Simon Mara and Alice Lahert.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Martin Menogue, 06 August 1830, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(1 July 1899 - )
Last EditedNov 3, 2017
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c 1871, d. 11 Mar 1915
MotherMargaret Carroll1 b. c 1873
Birth1 July 1899 Maudlin Street, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1,2 
Baptism2 July 1899 Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record states: Mary Minogue of Maudlin Street, female, was born 01 July 1899 and baptized 02 July 1899 in the parish of Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Catholic. Parents were Patrick Manogue, and Margaret Carroll. Sponsors were Patrick Manogue and Elizabeth Lambert.2 
(Resident) Census1911 House #2, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; "Patrick Minogue, Head, Catholic, can read and write, age 43, general laborer, married, born Co. Kilkenny.
Margaret, wife, Catholic, can read and write, 38, married 15 years, had 9 children, all living, born Co. Kilkenny.
(All children are Catholic and born Co. Kilkenny).
James, son, 14, telegraph messenger.
Michael, son, 12, scholar.
Patrick, son, 1.
Mary, dau., 11, scholar.
Bridget, dau. 8, scholar.
Alice, dau., 7, scholar.
Maggie, dau., 5.
Kate, dau., 3.; Principal=Patrick Minogue1 

Citations

  1. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland, listing for family of Patrick Minogue, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny at http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai002610384/
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Mary Minogue, baptized 02 July 1899, Parish of Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(circa March 1821 - before 1836)
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Minogue1 b. s 1793, d. b 18 Feb 1877
MotherMary Loughman1 b. c 1793, d. 18 Feb 1877
Name Variation Mary Menouge1 
Birthcirca March 1821 Ballyfrunk, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism16 March 1821 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Mary Menouge of Ballyfrunk, female, of John Menouge and Mary Loughnan was baptized on 20 March 1823 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Patt Loughnan and Margaret Lynch.; Witness=Patrick Loughman, Witness=Margaret Lynch1 
Deathbefore 1836 It's possible she died as a child as another child, named Mary, was born in 1836. 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Mary Menouge, 14 March 1821, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(10 February 1867 - between 1907 and 1911)
Last EditedOct 20, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Minogue b. c Jan 1848; I don't have documentation that Patrick Manogue and Mary Dunphy are the parents of the Mary Manogue who married Patrick Bryan. However, all of Mary and Patrick's children were born in Bridget's Well where Patrick and Mary Dunphy had their family and it appears they were the only Manogue family there. Also, many of the baptismal sponsors for Mary and Patrick Bryan's children appear to be siblings of Mary's. Also, in the 1901 Census, Ellen Manogue, "sister-in-law" is living with Patrick and Mary. Also living with them is Bridget Dumphy (sic), aunt by marriage to Patrick Bryan, so I believe that Bridget Dunphy is the sister of his mother-in-law, Mary Dunphy.1,2
MotherMary Dunphy1 b. s 1846

Family

Patrick Bryan b. c 1861
Marriage7 October 1885 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Patrick Bryan of Rossdama, Catholic, married Mary Manogue of Brigids Well, Catholic on 07 October 1885 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Timothy Walsh and Kate Thorton.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 
Children
Name Variation Mary Manogue3 
Birth10 February 1867 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1,4 
Baptism11 February 1867 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Mary Manogue (sic) of Brigids Well, female, of Patrick Manogue and Mary Dunphy was baptized on 11 February 1867 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were John Manogue and Catherine Butler.1 
Residence7 October 1885 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland3 
Married Name7 October 1885 Bryan3 
Marriage7 October 1885 Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Patrick Bryan of Rossdama, Catholic, married Mary Manogue of Brigids Well, Catholic on 07 October 1885 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Timothy Walsh and Kate Thorton.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 
(Witness) Deathbefore 1901 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Patrick is not listed on the 1901 Census with his family so it appears that he had possibly died.; Principal=Patrick Bryan2 
(Witness) Deathbefore 1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; It appears that this child died as he was not listed in the 1901 Census. There is a death registration for a Patrick Bryan, aged 2 and died in the first quater of 1901.; Principal=Patrick Bryan2,5 
(Resident) Census1901 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; The Census Form was signed by Patrick Bryan and this is the information given: (all are listed as being Catholic and born in Kilkenny).
Patrick Bryan, head of family, Catholic, read and write, 40, male, farm, married, born Co. Kilkenny
Mary Bryan, wife, read and write, 33
Richard, son, read and write, 12, scholar
John, son, read and write, 10, scholar
Mary, daughter, cannot read and write, 4
Michael, son, 3
Nicholas, son 14 days
Ellen Manogue, sister-in-law, cannot read and write, not married
Bridget Dumphy, aunt by marriage, read and write, 76, not married.
The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 3 outbuildings. The walls are made of wood, mud or other perishable material and the roof is also of perishable material such as thatch or wood. The house is grades a "2" which indicates there are between 2 and 4 rooms and it states there are 3 windows in the front of the house. There is only the family of Patrick Bryan living in the house. The only other people listed on the form for this townland is Anastatia Kealy, John Kealy, and Pete Moore.; Principal=Patrick Bryan2 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1902 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Nicholas is not listed in the 1911 Census and there is a death registration for a Nicholas Bryan, aged 1 year in the first quarter of 1902 for County Kilkenny.; Principal=Nicholas Bryan2,6 
Deathbetween 1907 and 1911 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Patrick is listed as a widow in the 1911 Census.; Witness=Patrick Bryan7 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Mary Manogue, 11 February 1867, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Marriage Record for Patrick Bryan of Rossdama and Mary Manogue of Brigids Well, 07 October 1885, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ireland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1620-1911 [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620–1911. Index. Salt Lake City, Utah: Family Search. Listing for the birth of Mary Manogue, female, 10 February 1867, Tullaroan, Kilkenny, Ireland, daughter of Patrick Manogue and Mary Dunphy. LDS Film #101142.
  5. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FT6P-D27 : 4 December 2014), DEATHS entry for Patrick Bryan; citing Kilkenny, Jan - Mar 1901, vol. 3, p. 387, General Registry, Custom House, Dublin; FHL microfilm 101,601.
  6. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Ireland Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FTX8-K3N : 4 December 2014), DEATHS entry for Nicholas Bryan; citing Kilkenny, Apr - Jun 1902, vol. 3, p. 381, General Registry, Custom House, Dublin; FHL microfilm 101,601.
  7. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  8. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Richard Bryan, 18 May 1889, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  9. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for John Bryan, 21 April 1891, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  10. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Patrick Bryan, 01 May 1893, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  11. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Mary Brien, 26 June 1895, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  12. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Michael Brien, 26 May 1897, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  13. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Patrick Brien, 14 February 1899, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  14. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Civil Birth Record for Nicholas Brien, born 17 March 1901 and registered April 4, 1901 by the Father, Parish of Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  15. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Bridget Bryan, 28 December 1902, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  16. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Civil Birth Record for John Bryan, born 09 October 1904 and registered December 21, 1904 by the Father, Parish of Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  17. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Margaret Bryan, 08 April 1907, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedDec 4, 2017
Birthsay 1800 Ireland1 
Land1849 Michaelschurch, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; There is a "Mary Minogue" listed in Griffiths' Valuation living in Michaelschurch on Lot #8. It does not specify if she is single or widowed. The lessor is Lawrence Butler and this is the only property he is the landlord for in Michaelschurch. The Lot consists of House and Land, the land is 1 acre, 3 roods, 33 perches in size and is valued at 1 pound, 12 shillings. The house is valued at 8 shillings, the lowest valuation for a house in this townland so it is possible it is little more than a small thatched or mud-roofed abode. Total valuation for land and house is 2 pounds.1 

Citations

  1. [S1190] Ask About Ireland, online www.askaboutireland.ie, Griffith's Valuation for Michaelschurch, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, 1849. Listing for Mary Minogue, Sheet Number 18 & 19, Map Reference 8.

Mary Minogue1

(circa August 1836 - )
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Minogue1 b. s 1793, d. b 18 Feb 1877
MotherMary Loughman1 b. c 1793, d. 18 Feb 1877
Birthcirca August 1836 Ballyfrunk, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism10 August 1836 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Mary Menogue (sic) of Ballyfrunk, female, of John Menogue and Mary Loughlin (sic) was baptized on 10 August 1836 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Patt Phelan and Mary Hogan.; Witness=Patrick Phelan, Witness=Mary Hogan2 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism, 10 August 1836, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Mary Menogue, 10 August 1836 , Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(circa June 1826 - )
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. s 1795
MotherCatherine Costigan1 b. s 1795
Birthcirca June 1826 Riesk, Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism16 June 1826 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Mary Menogue (sic) of Riesque, female, of Patt Menogue and Catharine Costigan was baptized on 16 June 1826 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Matt Cummins and Ellenor Lanigan.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Mary Menouge, 16 June 1826, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mary Minogue1

(circa June 1825 - )
Last EditedJun 28, 2018
FatherLaurence Minogue1 b. s 1795
MotherJudith Carrol1 b. s 1795
Baptism Name Mary Menogue1 
Birthcirca June 1825 Dereen, Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism22 June 1825 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Mary Menogue (sic) of Dereen, female, of Lar. Menogue and Judith Carrol was baptized on 22 June 1825 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Patt Henwick and Mary Dooly.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Mary Menogue (lists parents as Laurence Menogue and Judith Carrol), 22 June 1825, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Mary Minogue1

(circa February 1842 - )
Last EditedJun 28, 2018
FatherJohn Manogue1 b. s 1815
MotherMary Doran1 b. s 1815
Name Variation Mary Menogue1 
Birthcirca February 1842 Knockeenbawn, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism6 February 1842 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Mary Menogue (sic) of Knockeenbawn, female, of John Menogue and Mary Doran was baptized on 06 February 1842 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Edmund Callan and Kitty Doran .1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Mary Menogue (lists parents as John Menogue and Mary Doran), 06 February 1842, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Mary Ann Minogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
(23 October 1861 - )
Last EditedMar 30, 2018
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMathew Minogue1 b. c Apr 1828, d. 14 Nov 1900
MotherAnn Carter b. 11 Mar 1837, d. 5 Apr 1924

Family 1

Terence Byrne b. 1 May 1835, d. c 1905
Marriage7 July 1881 London, Ontario, Canada; Mary Ann, age 20, living in London East, a spinister, married Terence Byrne, age 40, a labourer, living in London, born in Ireland, were married in St. Peter's Cathedral. The witnesses were Neal McEachern and Mary Jane McCarthy also of London.; Principal=Terence Byrne7,6 
Children

Family 2

John Griphan b. c 1848, d. 25 Oct 1921
Marriage10 October 1911 Detroit, Michigan, United States; Marriage Registration #80858. Date of license: October 10, 1911. Marriage for John Griphan, 62, white, of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, born Germany, laborer, son of John Griphan and Christina Schawicol (hard to read), has been married one time before and Mary A. Burns, 49, white, of Detroit, born England, not employed, daughter of Matthew Minogue and Ann Carter, one previous marriage. Married in Detroit, MI on October 10, 1911 by Fred E. DeGaw, Justice. Witnesses Louis C. Muffat and John A. DeGaw, both of Detroit.; Principal=John Griphan10 

Family 3

Peter Bodah b. c 1862, d. 6 Sep 1928
Marriage12 March 1923 Mt. Clemens, Michigan, United States; Marriage Registration #10728. Date of license: March 8, 1923. Marriage for Peter Bodah, 55, white, of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, born Canada, laborer, son of Michael Bodah and Herriette Gay, has been married one time before and Mary Griphan (Mary Minogue), 59, white, of Mt. Clemens also, born England, not employed, daughter of Matthew Minogue and Ann Carter, two previous marriages. Married in Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, MI by Neil E. Reid, Judge of Probate on March 12, 1923. Witnesses were Elsa J. Moderson of Mt. Clemens and Bettie Bostwick of Detroit.; Principal=Peter Bodah13 
Birth23 October 1861 King and Brook Street, Chatham, Kent County, England; Birth registration states that Mary Ann, a girl, was born 23rd October, 1861, at King and Brook Street, Chatham. Parents were Mathew Minogue, who was a Corporal in the 83rd Foot, and Ann Minogue, formerly Carter. The informant was the father who stated King Street was his residence.1,2 
Emigration1869 In the 1920 Census, this is the date that she states she emigrated.; Witness=Ann Carter3 
Residencebetween 1880 and 1881 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; at the corner of Quebec and Lyman Streets in London East. This was her parents residence and I believe the address later became known as 121 Quebec Street.4 
Occupationbetween 1880 and 1881 London, Ontario, Canada; listed as a "packer" in the city directory4 
Census1881 London, Ontario, Canada; Mary Ann is listed as living with her parents and siblings, age 20, born in England, and Catholic.2 
Married Name7 July 1881 Byrne5 
Residence7 July 1881 London, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Terence Byrne6 
Marriage7 July 1881 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Mary Ann, age 20, living in London East, a spinister, married Terence Byrne, age 40, a labourer, living in London, born in Ireland, were married in St. Peter's Cathedral. The witnesses were Neal McEachern and Mary Jane McCarthy also of London.; Principal=Terence Byrne7,6 
Naturalization1890 In the 1920 Census, this is the date that she states she was naturalized.3 
(Witness) Census13 April 1891 Niagara Falls, Welland County, Ontario, Canada; "Edward Burns", male, 49, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, Catholic, general laborer, wage earner.
Mary, wife, 30, born England, parents born England, Catholic.
Mable, dau., 9, born Ontario.
Florence, dau., 8, born Ontario.
Mary, dau., 6, born Ont.
Teresa, dau., 5, born Ont.
Annie, dau., 2, born Ont.; Principal=Terence Byrne8 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1900 London, Ontario, Canada; I believe he probably died as an infant as he is not listed in the 1901 or 1911 Census.; Principal=Martin Byrne9 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1905 His wife, MaryAnn states she is a widow in the 1910 Census and that she emigrated to the US in 1908. So far, I have not found a death registration.; Principal=Terence Byrne9 
Emigration1908 In the 1910 Census, this is the date that she states she emigrated.9 
Census23 April 1910 164 Clinton Street, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, United States; "Mary Burns, servant, female, white, 48, widowed, had 5 children, all still living, born England, father born Ireland, mother England. Emigrated in 1908, works as a servant for a Private Family for wages, can read and write. Working for John Griffin, head of household, widower, aged 62. (Note - she would marry him the following year).9 
Married Name10 October 1911 Griphan10 
Marriage10 October 1911 Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States; Marriage Registration #80858. Date of license: October 10, 1911. Marriage for John Griphan, 62, white, of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, born Germany, laborer, son of John Griphan and Christina Schawicol (hard to read), has been married one time before and Mary A. Burns, 49, white, of Detroit, born England, not employed, daughter of Matthew Minogue and Ann Carter, one previous marriage. Married in Detroit, MI on October 10, 1911 by Fred E. DeGaw, Justice. Witnesses Louis C. Muffat and John A. DeGaw, both of Detroit.; Principal=John Griphan10 
(Witness) Census13 January 1920 155 Court Street, Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, United States; "John Griphan", living at 155 Court St., head, owns house, free of mortgage, male, white, 71, married, arrived 1857, naturalized 1890, can read and write, born Mechlenburg, Germany, father born Pummier, Germany, mother born Mechlenburg, speaks English, laborer for the city, wage worker.
Mary, wife, female, white, aged 60, married, arrived 1869, naturalized 1890, can read and write, born England, father born Ireland, mother born England, not working.; Principal=John Griphan11 
(Witness) Death25 October 1921 Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, United States; Died of Cerebral Hemorrhage at 155 Court Street, born Jan. 8, 1848 in Germany. Buried in Halfway Cemetery.; Principal=John Griphan12 
Married Name12 March 1923 Bodah13 
Marriage12 March 1923 Mt. Clemens, Michigan, United States; Marriage Registration #10728. Date of license: March 8, 1923. Marriage for Peter Bodah, 55, white, of Mt. Clemens, Michigan, born Canada, laborer, son of Michael Bodah and Herriette Gay, has been married one time before and Mary Griphan (Mary Minogue), 59, white, of Mt. Clemens also, born England, not employed, daughter of Matthew Minogue and Ann Carter, two previous marriages. Married in Mt. Clemens, Macomb County, MI by Neil E. Reid, Judge of Probate on March 12, 1923. Witnesses were Elsa J. Moderson of Mt. Clemens and Bettie Bostwick of Detroit.; Principal=Peter Bodah13 
(Witness) Death6 September 1928 Mt. Clemens, Michigan, United States; Death Certificate states he is the husband of Mary Mongue (sic), aged 66, porter, died of Carcinoma of the Bladder.; Principal=Peter Bodah14 

Citations

  1. [S214] Mary Ann Minogue, Birth Registration #115, Registration District of Medway, subdistrict of Gillingham, County of Kent, England. (14 November 1861).
  2. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, District No. 167, East Ridey, Middlesex, Subdistrict 2, London, Ontario.
  3. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Mount Clemens Ward 3, Macomb, Michigan; Roll: T625_782; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 78; Image: 855. Enumeration District : 0078; Description: Mt Clemens City, Ward 3 (part) West side, all from and including the east side of North Gratiot Ave, to and including the west side of North Front. Listing for John and Mary Griphan, line #16 & 17; Ancestry Image #21 of 30.
  4. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario; 1880-1, p. 236.
  5. [S310] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient.
  6. [S413] Marriage of Minogue & O'Rourke: entry for Annie Minogue & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
  7. [S317] Certificate, unknown spouses' names marriage of 1881, Registration #007224, No. 208, Schedule B, County of Middlesex, Division of City of London, Ontario.
  8. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Niagara Falls Town, Welland, Ontario; Roll: T-6376; Family No: 132. Listing for Edward Burns and family, Line #6-12. Ancestry Image #14 of 69.
  9. [S503] 1910 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: MT Clemens Ward 2, Macomb, Michigan; Roll: T624_659; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 0071; FHL microfilm: 1374672. Listing for Mary Burns in the household of John Griffin, line 63 & 64. Ancestry Image #25 of 25.
  10. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Original data: Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics. Marriage Registation for Mary A. Burns and John Griphan, 10 October 1911. Ancestry Image #407 of 656.
  11. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Mount Clemens Ward 3, Macomb, Michigan; Roll: T625_782; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 78; Image: 855. Enumeration District : 0078; Description: Mt Clemens City, Ward 3 (part) West side, all from and including the east side of North Gratiot Ave, to and including the west side of North Front. Listing for John and Mary Griphan, line #16 & 17; Ancestry Image #21 of 30.
  12. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, "Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950", listing for death of John Griphan, 25 October 1921, Mt. Clemens, Michigan.
  13. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Original data: Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics. Marriage Registation for Peter Bodah and Mary Griphan (Minogue), 08 March 1923.
  14. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, "Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950", listing for death of Peter Bodah, 06 Sept. 1928, Mt. Clemens, Michigan.
  15. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Original data: Archives of Ontario. Registrations of Births and Stillbirths – 1869-1913. MS 929, reels 1-245. Toronto, Ontario. Listing for birth of Martin Byrne in Middlesex County, 17 Feb. 1900, Reel #150, page 210.

Mary Ann Minogue1

(circa 1852 - )
Last EditedNov 17, 2017
FatherNicholas Menougue1 b. c 1819, d. 1874
Birthcirca 1852 Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England1 
(Resident) Census1861 Penkhull, Staffordshire, England; "Nicholas Manogue, head, at 97 Albert Street, married, age 40, potter stepmaker, born Ireland.
Catherine, wife, married, 20, born Ireland.
Laurence, son, unmarr., 15, potter's slipmaker, born Ireland.
Mary Ann, dau., 10, , born Stafforsh., Stoke-on-Kent.
Annie Nash, visitor, Unm., 55, serv. domestic, born Ireland.; Principal=Nicholas Menougue2 
(Resident) Census1871 Penkhull, England; "Nicholas Menogue, head, at 10B at 22 Hill Street, married, age 52, potter stepmaker, born Ireland, Kilkenny.
Catherine, wife, married, 30, born Ireland, Kilkenny.
Mary Ann, dau., unmarr., 19, Potter's Transferer, born Staffs., Stoke-on-Kent.
Johanna, dau., unmarr., 10, scholar, born Staffs., Stoke-on-Kent.
Annie, dau., 7, scholar, born Staffs., Stoke-on-Kent.
Catharine, dua., 5, scholar, born Staffs., Stoke-on-Kent.; Principal=Nicholas Menougue1 

Citations

  1. [S512] 1871 England Census, online www.ancestry.com, Class: RG10; Piece: 2869; Folio: 79; Page: 3; GSU roll: 836385, Enumeration District 4. Census for the town of Penkhull, Staffordshire, England. Listing for Nicholas Menogue (sic)and his family, living at 10B at 22 Hill Street. Ancestry Image #4 of 45.
  2. [S510] 1861 England Census, online www.ancestry.com, Class: RG9; Piece: 1938; Folio: 129; Page: 19; GSU roll: 542890, Enumeration District 06. Census for the town of Penkhull, Staffordshire, England. Listing for Nicholas Menogue (sic)and his family, living at 97 Albert Street. Ancestry Image #20 of 43.

Mathew Minogue

ChartsAncestors of Thomas Henry Minogue
Descendants of Mathew Minogue
(circa April 1828 - 14 November 1900)
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn Minogue b. s 1793, d. b 18 Feb 1877; I have accumulated the following evidence which I believe lends credence to this theory.
1. Baptismal record of "Mathew", son of John Minogue and Mary Loughman, 30 April 1828.
2. On his marriage registration in 1860, Mathew stated that his father's name was John Minogue, farmer. No mother's name was given.
3. On his military discharge records, he stated that he was from Ballycallan (County Kilkenny).
4. When Mathew joined the RIC in 1849, he had to have a character reference and this was given by Rev. Simon Fogarty, Parish Priest of Ballycallan (helps to verify place of residence).
5. I have a DNA match on Ancestry with Scott Brown (31cM in 2 segments) as does my sister (44cM in 5 seg.) - both indicating a high confidence of 4th-6th cousin relationship. Scott's 2nd g-grandmother is Catherine Manogue (sic) and there is a paper trail for her back to Patrick Minogue and Mary Dunphy. Patrick was living in Ballyfrunk when he married in 1866. I believe that the same Patrick was baptized in 1848, son of Thomas Minogue and Catherine Phelan and they were the only Minogue family who had baptisms that listed their residence as Ballyfrunk other than the family of Patrick Minogue and Catherine Butler.
6. Mathew, from several records, such as military and death registration appears to have been born in 1829 or 1830. Due to the DNA match and his father's name being John, I therefore believe that Mathew was the son of John Minogue and Mary Loughnan and the brother of Patrick and Thomas.1,2,3,4
MotherMary Loughman b. c 1793, d. 18 Feb 1877

Family

Ann Carter b. 11 Mar 1837, d. 5 Apr 1924
Marriage15 March 1860 Littlehampton, England; The marriage certificate states:
Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Littlehampton in the County of Sussex.
No. 339.
Married March 15, 1860.
Matthew Minogue - age 29, bachelor, residing at Chicester, father is John Minogue and John is a farmer.
Ann Carter - age 23, spinster, residing at Littlehampton, father is William Carter who is a Mariner.
Married in the Parish Church by Banns by W. G. Holmes (surname unclear), Vicar
Witnesses were Henry Hudson & Wilhelmina Town.
Certified in the Registration District of Worthing.

The database, "England Marriages, 1538-1973" on the Family Search website state that the name of the church was St. Mary, however, in the same database another transcription states that the church was St. John's.

Note: I believe that William Carter was Ann's brother and not her father.; Principal=Ann Carter1,13 
Children
Name Variation Mathew Manogue; This is the spelling in several of his military records, even though he often signed it as Minogue.2 
Birthcirca April 1828 Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; This is based on the date of baptism. When he was discharged from the Service on the 6th of September 1871, he stated he was 40 years, 9 months old. This would place his birthdate between Nov. 6 - Dec. 6, 1830.
His death registration states he was born in 1831.
The place of birth was also given in his military discharge record.
The Army Discharge papers also state he was 22 years old when he attested on December 22, 1852 (placing his birth year as 1830 or late 1829).
The RIC enlistment states Age is 20 on 16 October 1849, if correct, would indicate date of birth between 16 Oct. 1828 and 16. Oct. 1829.5,6,7,2,3,4 
Baptism30 April 1828 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Matthew Menogue (sic) of Ballyfrunk, male, of John Menogue and Mary Loughlin (sic) was baptized on 30 April 1928 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Matthew Menogue and Anty Smyth.; Witness=Matthew Minogue, Witness=Anastatia Smyth8 
Occupation16 October 1849 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; The records of the Royal Irish Constabulary, the police force in Ireland, contain the following service information for Mathew:
Service #13377
Name: Manogue, Mat.
Age: 20
Height: 5'8" 7/8ths feet
County of Origin: Kilkenny
Religion: Catholic
Recommended by: Rev. S. Fogarty, P.P. (see note below)
Occupation: Labourer
Date of entry: 16 October 1849
Appointment: Westmeath 01 Feb 1850
Unknown notations: P1SC 1 Mar. 1851; R2SC 1 Aug. 1851; P1SC 1 Sept. 1852
Dismissed 10 Dec. 1852

An entry from a researcher on Rootsweb states the following in regard to Father Simon Fogarty: "Co-operation in Action. Kilmanagh Co-operative Dairy Society Ltd., 1894 - 1994 gives the following FOGARTYS: Honora (1894), Michael (1894), Nicholas (1894), Peter (1894), and Rev. Simon FOGARTY parish priest of Ballycallan. Rev. Simon FOGARTY was an active member of the Irish Tenants League and his family were evicted from their 'Scully Ranch' at Rathmacan c1849. Plaque and grave in Ballycallan Chapel."

Items of Interest:
Priest was from Ballycallan where Mathew stated he was from in his later enlistment in the British Army.
Recruits were required to be 5 feet, 9 inches tall unless their father had served, then they were allowed to be 5 feet, 8 inches. Does this mean his father also served in the RIC?
Recruits were not allowed to serve in their County of Origin, thus he was stationed in Westmeath (to the north of Kilkenny, in central Ireland).9 
Occupation23 October 1852 Kinnegad, Killucan Parish, County Westmeath, Leinster Province, Ireland; In the Petty Court Sessions Court Registers of Westmeath:
Oct. 23 - Justices Wm. Graham & G. I. N. Dotey:
Complainant: Mathias Manogue, SC of Kinnegad, Killucan (Parish), witness for the Complainant. Defendant: William Murphy of Griffinstown, Killucan. Charge was one pig wandering on the public road at Griffinstown on the 18th Instant. Fine one penny and one shilling cost. (My note: I believe this is where Mathew was stationed as a RIC constable and this is a person that he "arrested"). There are several earlier court cases for 1852 but I did not record them all.10 
Occupation20 November 1852 Killucan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; In the Petty Court Sessions Court Registers of Westmeath:
Nov. 20 - Justices Wm. Graham & G. I. N. Dotey(?), George Purdon, Esq.:
Complainant: Mathias Manogue, SC of Kinnegad, Killucan (Parish), Wm. Clarendon for the complainant. Defendant: Mary Caulfield of Kinnegad, Killucan. Charge was stealing a quantity of _______? and some carrots, the property of Wm. Clarendon of Kinnegad, at Hardwood, on the 6th Instant. Defendant convicted and sentenced to one month imprisonment and hard labor. (My note: I believe this is where Mathew was stationed as a RIC constable and this is a person that he "arrested").11 
Occupation10 December 1852 Ireland; Date of discharge from the Royal Irish Constabulary.3 
Military22 December 1852 Liverpool, Lancashire, England; Mathew's military discharge papers state that he attested to the 83rd Regiment at Liverpool in the County of Lancaster on this date at the age of 22 years.12,2 
Militarybetween 24 October 1853 and 2 May 1858 India; The Army Discharge papers state he was stationed in the East Indies from 24 Oct. 1853 to 2 May 1858.2 
Residence1860 Chichester, Sussex County, England5 
Marriage15 March 1860 St. Mary Anglican Church, Littlehampton, Sussex County, England; The marriage certificate states:
Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Littlehampton in the County of Sussex.
No. 339.
Married March 15, 1860.
Matthew Minogue - age 29, bachelor, residing at Chicester, father is John Minogue and John is a farmer.
Ann Carter - age 23, spinster, residing at Littlehampton, father is William Carter who is a Mariner.
Married in the Parish Church by Banns by W. G. Holmes (surname unclear), Vicar
Witnesses were Henry Hudson & Wilhelmina Town.
Certified in the Registration District of Worthing.

The database, "England Marriages, 1538-1973" on the Family Search website state that the name of the church was St. Mary, however, in the same database another transcription states that the church was St. John's.

Note: I believe that William Carter was Ann's brother and not her father.; Principal=Ann Carter1,13 
Militarybetween 1860 and 1862 Chatham, Kent County, England; Was in the 83rd Regiment, also known as the Royal Irish Rifles. The paybooks for this regiment during these two years were researched and the following information found. The paybooks for earlier and later years have not been studied so Mathew may have been in these also. It would seem that he would have been listed in earlier records as it appears he was in the Army since about 1853.

01 Apr 1860 - 7 Aug 1860
Stationed - Chichester, England
Reg. 3296 - Mathew Manogue (sic) Corporal

08 Aug - 30 Sep 1860
Stationed - Chatham, England
Pay - 54
Absent for 2nd muster for rifle drill, 3rd muster for escort

01 Oct - 31 Dec 1860
Stationed - Chatham
Pay - 92

01 Jan 1861 - 31 Mar 1861
Stationed - Chatham
Pay - 90
Absent for 1st muster - guard, 2nd muster - police duty

01 Apr - 30 Jun 1861
Stationed - Chatham
Pay - 91 Absent all three musters - Garrison Police

01 Jul - 30 Sept 1861
Stationed - Chatham
Pay - 92 Absent 2nd and 3rd musters - Provost

01 Oct - 31 Dec 1861
Stationed - Chatham
Pay - 92 Absent all three musters - Provost

01 Jan 1862 - 31 Mar 1862
Stationed - Chatham
Absent all three musters - Garrison Police14 
Military1861 Chatham, England; In the 1861 "Worldwide Army Index Transcription" on the Find My Past website, the following is stated:
First Name: Mattw (sic)
Last Name: Manogue (sic)
Service Number: 3296
Rank: Corporal
Unit: 83rd Foot (County of Dublin) Depot
Regiment Stationed at: Chatham
Year: 1861
National Archives Reference: WO12/8719
Category: Military Service and Conflict
Record Collection: Regimental & Service Records
Collections From: United Kingdom15 
Census7 April 1861 Chatham, England; "M. Manogue", head of family, married, age 27, corporal in the army, born in Ireland. Living with him:
A. Manogue, wife, married, age 24, born Littlehampton, Sussex, England; Witness=Ann Carter16 
Address23 October 1861 King Street, Chatham, Kent County, England; It appears from the birth registration for their daugher, Mary Ann, that they might have lived at the corner of King and Brook Streets.; Principal=Ann Carter17 
Religion Mathew and Ann and their children are Roman Catholic.; Principal=Ann Carter18 
Immigration8 October 1862 Canada; Military Discharge records indicate he served in Canada from 8 Oct. 1862 until the 6 Sept. 1871. In the British Army he had started out as Private and was promoted to Corporal, but when he transferred to Canada he had to start as a Private again even though he had already served over 11 years.2 
Military Quebec, Canada; When Matthew came to Canada, he would have had to re-enlist in the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment, which was part of a Colonial army, since he had previously been in the Royal Irish Rifles.

Some history on the regiment:
The regiment was raised in early 1840 as the Royal Canadian Veterans Regiment and redesignated as the Royal Canadian Regiment and finally as the Royal Canadian Rifle regiment on August 13, 1840. The regiment was raised primarily as a deterrrent to deserters from British Line Regiments who were attracted by the higher rates of pay available in the United States. The regiment would also act as advanced ouposts at American border points in case of attack. The volunteers for the regiment were from 19 British Line Regiments then on service in Canada and had to be of good character and had service with good conduct. The regiment was ten companies strong with some 1078 other ranks. The term of service was for ten years and after that the men could serve either Veteran Companies or the Militia. Due to a shortage of personnel who were experienced in the early 1850's, volunteers of fifteen years service of good conduct in a line regiment were eligible for the regiment and were required to serve a further ten years after which they could purchase government lands at a reduced rate. Men who had fifteen years of service and on pensions from line regiments were also eligible to serve in the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment. The regiment varied in company strenth from time to time, dropping to six companies in 1852, ten in 1858, and 14 in 1860. On December 2, 1862 it absorbed two companies of the three Royal Newfoundland Companies. The Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment was disbanded on Sept. 30, 1870. The regiment served from Lower Fort Garry to the Niagara frontier as well as being stationed at Fort Henry in Kingston, Ontario and on the Red River during the Rebellion of 1870. Some 262 other ranks volunteered to join Canadian Militia regiments after the disbandment of this long standing corps and a further 281 took discharge in Canada, thus the regiment provided Canada with some 543 families of good character for settlements across the large budding nation. The nickname for the corps was the "bullfrogs" and the uniform was green with scarlet facings. - from Stewart's book.19 
Military3 October 1863 Montreal, Montreal County, Quebec, Canada; Body of Letter:                    
                                             Kingston
                                             4 November, 1863

Sir,
     I have the honor to forward the claims for lodging allowance of the men named in the margin, they having provided themselves with lodging on the 3rd & 4th of October last, at Montreal, Can. East, consequent upon lack of accommodations in Barracks and by order of the 2nd Master 4th Battalion 60th Rifles.

                     I have the honor to be Sir     
                         Your most obedient Servent
                         I.T.Campbell, Captain
                         Commanding Detachment
                         R. Can. Rifles
                         
Listed in the margin was - Pvt. Minogue
Curley
Fraser
Dridge20 
Military17 November 1863 Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; This was a letter approving the lodging allowances requested for Montreal in 1863.21 
Military1866 Kingston, Frontenac County, Ontario, Canada; Medal records state that Mathew served as a guard at time of a raid in Kington. This was probably referring to the Fenian raids.22 
Military2 February 1867 St. John's, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada; This is a record of the Court Martial I believe that is referenced in his Military Discharge records in 1871. The records office in Kew (I hired a researcher) state that the details of the Court Martials were all destroyed during the War, so it appears that nothing further can be found. There is no indication if there was an appeal or if he served all of the time, further research is needed. (It may answer the question as to why there appears to be no children born to Ann & Mathew between 1861 and 1869). I wonder where Ann was during this time - I have not found any records for her. If Mathew was to serve 504 days from March 15, 1867, he would have been discharged around the end of July, 1868. Thomas Henry was born in March of 1869, eight months later, so maybe Mathew got out early for good behavior or they might have started counting the time from the date of the trial in February.

The record states:
When received: March 15th, 1867
Rank: LCE Corporal (Lance)
Name: Mathew Minogue
Regiment: Rl. Can. Rifles
Where held: St. John's, NL
Date of trial: 2 February
Name of Charge: Striking Superior Officer
Sentence: 504 days of Hard Labour
Remitted: No entry23
Medalscirca 1869 Following information is listed on a page titled "Royal Canadian Rifles":
Name of Applicant in full - Mathew Minogue
Regt. No. - 1220     
Rank at time of service - Private
Nature of Service performed and where Detail in full -
1866 as guard at Kingston at time of raid - Quebec
1869
Date - 1866
Officer Commanding Corps - Lt. Col. Moffatt
Present P.O. Address to where medal sent - In Pensioner
Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin. Medal 2015 . Many other entries for others on this page seem to indicate that being on guard meant guarding Fenian Prisoners in the Kingston Penitentary.
Medal #2015 was sent to the Pensioner Royal Hospital in Kilmainham, Dublin. According to a Canadian federal archivist, these medals were sent out around 1899-1901 and only to living veterans and only to their current address.
The 83rd Regiment of Foot, Brass was a County of Dublin unit. It was raised in Dublin in 1793 but did not use the County name until 1859. After 1881, they became known as the 1st Battalian Royal Irish Rifles and eventually the Royal Ulster Rifles. There is a listing for a M. Minogue of the 2nd Royal Irish Regiment receiving a medal for service in Egypt in 1882 and 1885 but this is probably not our Mathew since he was in Canada at the time and quite old.
Al Pryor has the two medals in his possession which he got from his mother-in-law, Dorothy Peters, Mathew's granddaughter. He said that one is a campaign medal for service in India, with the Royal Irish Rifles, a British Army regular unit, raised in Ireland, with all Irish personnel. The other one is for service in the Fenian Raid of 1866, with an active reserve unit in Canada.
A Mr. Joseph Ryan who collects war metals confirms that Mathew did receive the Canadian Rifles medal - these were given to 13 officers and 124 enlisted men. He also found a listing for Mathew Manogue for the Indian Mutiny medal with a Central India clasp. He was not wounded there. The 83rd fought in the following battles in India: 12 Aug 1857 at Neemuch, 19 Sept 1857 at Nimbhera, 23 Oct 1857 at Jeerum, 28 March 1858 at Koorsee, 30 March 1858 at Kotah and 14 August 1858 at Bunass River (Kattara). The "Indian Mutiny" was the name given to the uprising of a large section of the Bengal army in 1857, which developed into a widespread movement of the agrarian and military revolt against British rule. Battles raged for nearly one and a half years before peace was declared.22 
Military1871 Quebec, Canada; In the 1871 "Worldwide Bristish Army Index Transcription" on the Find My Past website, the following is stated:
First Name: Mattw (sic)
Last Name: Manogue (sic)
Service Number: 1912
Rank: Private
Unit: 1st Bn 60th (King's Royal Rifle Corps) Regiment
Regiment Stationed at: Quebec, Canada
Year: 1871
Country: Great Britain
National Archives Reference: WO12/6929
Period: 01/04/1871 - 30/06/1871
Category: Military Service and Conflict
Record set: 1871 Worldwide British Army Index - British Army Other Ranks & Locations
Record Collection: Regimental & service records
Collections From: United Kingdom24 
Migrationbetween 1871 and 1872 Mathew and Ann must have come from Quebec to Ontario between 1871 when Mathew was discharged from the Army and 1872 when daugher, Annie, was born in Ontario. 
Military19 September 1871 In the Chelsea Pensioners Dishcarge Records, the following is stated:
Battalion: 1
Rank: Private
Name: Mathew Manogue (sic)
Applicant: G.O.C. Nova Scotia
Date of Application: 19 September 1871
Character: Good 3m
Miscellaneous: Modified Pension
Amount of Service Towards G. C. Pay and Pension: 18 years, 103 days
Amount of Service towards Completion of Limited Engagement: 18 years, 113 days
Date of Discharge: 28 November 1871
Documents with List to W.O. or Chelsea: 20 November 1871

The Kilmainham Hospital records state that Mathew was discharged from military service on November 28, 1871.12,25 
Military20 November 1871 Transcription (with added punctuation) of further military discharge papers state:
(Page 001)
W.C. Nova Scotia 19/9
20/11/71
WO Form 83 (currently classified as WO 97 by TNA)

Her Majesty's 1st Battalion 60th Reg. of Royal Rifles, Thereof General Henry Viscount Malville, G. C. S. is Colonel.
Place and Date: Citadel, Quebec 6th September, 1871.
Proceedings of a Regimental Board, held this day, in conformity to the Articles of War, for the purpose of verifying and recording the Services, Conduct, Character, and cause of Discharge of No. 1/60 - 1912; R.C.R. -1220; 83 - 3296 Private Mathew Manogue of the Regiment above mentioned. (the spelling Minogue is listed in the margin) President: Captain Ceashie 1st Battalion 60th Rifles. Members: Captain Walsh and Captain Buller.
The Board having examined and compared the Regimental Records, the Soldier's Book, and such other Documents as appeared to them to be necessary, report that after using every deduction required by Her Majesty's Regulations, the Service up to this day, that he is entitled to reckon, amounts to 18 years, 20 days, as shown by the detailed Statement on the 2nd page; during which period, he served abroad 12 6/12 years, viz:
at East Indies from 24 Oct. 1853 to 2 May 1858 (4.7 years),
in Canada from 6 Oct. '62 to 6 Sept. '71 (7.11 years);
and further that his discharge is proposed in consequence of His own Request free with pension under the Royal Warrant of 8 May 1869 before the disbandment of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
With Regard to the Character and Conduct of Private Mathew Manogue, the Board have to report that upon reference to the Defaulter's Book, and by the Parole testimony that has been give, it appears that His Conduct has been good and he is in possession of three Good Conduct badges.
A Medal Conferred for Services during the Indian Mutiny,.
His name appears twice in the Regimental Defaulter's Book.
He has been once convicted by Court Martial. (The charge, finding, and sentence on each occasion, is to be recorded on a separate sheet, which is to accompany the Discharge Documents).
Not Wounded.

(Page 002)
Private Mathew Manogue being asked to what date he has been paid answered, that his Account is balanced up to the latest period required by the Regulations; and being further asked whether he has any claim on the Regiment for Arrears of Pay, Allowances, or Clothing answered that he has received all just demands, from his entry into Service up to the 6th September 1871 and in confirmation threaper,affixes his signature hereto.
I acknowledge this to be true (signed) M Minogue (sic)
Witness: A. William, Lieut., Commanding the Company to which he belongs.
The board has ascertained that Private Mathew Manogue's Soldier's Book is correctly balance, and signed by the Officer Commanding his Company, and they declare, that they have impartially inquired into, and faithfully reported upon, all the matters brought before them, in accordance with the Regulations and Instructions issued by Her Majesty's Orders.
Signed:
John Crashie, Captain (President)
E ?, Captain
M. Buller, Captain (Members)

Detailed Statement of the Services of
Bt.# 1/60 (1912); R.C.R. (1220); 83 (3296) Private Mathew Manogue

83rd Regiment: Private - From 22 Dec. '52 to 31 March '59 (6 years, 100 days_
Granted 1 G.C. (good conduct) pay & Badge 22nd Dec. 1859
Promoted - Corporal - 1 April '59 to 20 Nov. '62 (3 Years, 234 Days) Total Service Years 9 years, 334 Days.
Granted 2 G.C. pay & Badge 22nd Dec. 1860
Re-engaged at Chatham
for 11 Years, 21 Days 20th November 1862
Corporal - 21 Nov. '62 to 10 Sept. 1863 (294 Days) Total Service time - 10 years, 263 days)
Transfer to Roy. Can. Rifles 10 September 1863
Certify the above to be a Correct Statement of the Services of Mathew Manogue to 10 Sept. 1863. (Signed by several people).

R.C. Rifles - Transferred - Private - 11 Sept '63 to 29 Jan. '67 - 3 years, 141 days
G.C. pay @ 3' 22 Dec. 1865
Tried & (?) for Insubordination 30 Jan '67 to 18 Sept '67
Private - 19 Sept '67 to 3 Dec '67 (76 days)
Forfeited 1 G.C. Pay 29th January 1867
In Cells for disrespect to his commanding officer 4 Dec '67 to 10 Dec. '67
Private - 11 Dec. '67 to 30 June '70 (2 years, 202 Days)
Forfeited 1 G.C. pay 22 Dec 1867
Returned to G. C. pay @2' 11 Dec 1868
Returned to 3 G.C. pay 11 Dec 1869
Transferred to Ca. Rifles 1 July 1870 (Total service time 16 years, 317 days)
Certify the above to be a Correct Statement of the Services of Mathew Manogue to 30th June 1870 (Signed W.C. Hibbert, Comm. R.C. Rifles and others)

1/60th
Transferred - Private - 1 July '70 to 6 Sept. '71 (1 year, 68 days) Total time - 18 years, 20 days
Further service from 7th Sept. '71 to 20th Nov. '71 when finally discharged 983 days)
Total Service allowed to reckon to the day of final discharge - 18 years, 103 Days towards Good Conduct Pay & Pension; 18 years, 113 Days - Amount of Service towards collection of limited engagement.
(My note: Mathew was actually in the service for 18 years, 10 months, 30 days but he lost pay time because of insubordination).

Page 003
This is a medical form and was not completed since he was not wounded or being medically discharged.

Page 004 (lines in Bold Font were written in at later dates)
1238 Commutation A55/7 & A55/9 (?) 2/8/94 to G.O.C. Ottawa
Declaration to be made and signed by soldiers of good character who take their discharge either of their own request, during first term, or on the completion of first period of Limited Engagement.
I. 85223 Do. - application withdrawn
17689 - Kilmainham Sec: for char. since discharge. Aa4 in reply 13/10/year cut off paper edge
Adm. to In Pension re. Hospital Kilmainham 1/10/97
K20098 In Pension for ret. to Kilmainham.
K49819 Died 14 November 1900.
I, Mathew Manogue, Private in the Royal Rifles hereby declare that I do of my own free will request to be discharged from Her Majesty's service and that the conditions on which I can re-enter the service, or join the Army Reserve have been fully explained to me.
Signed: M. Minogue
Signed in the presence of the Regimental Board at Quebec, this 6th day of September 1871.
John Crashie, Captain

Side Panel of Page 004:
Private Mathew Manogue referred to in the preceding pages, by Trade a Labourer was born in the Parish of Ballycollin (sic) near the town of Kilkenny in the County of Kilkenny and attested for the 83rd Regt. at Liverpool in the county of Lancaster on the 22nd December 1852 at the age of 22 years.
His final description when discharged from the Service, at (left blank) this (blank) day of (blank).
Age - 40 years and 9 months
Height - 5 feet, 8 2/4 inches
Complexion - Fresh
Eyes - Blue
Hair - Dark Brown
Trade - Labourer
Marks or Scars upon the face, or other parts of the body - None
Intended Place of Residence - appears to say Brantford, Ontario.2 
Addressbetween 1872 and 1873 26 Guise Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; The Hamilton city directory lists Mathew as living here in 1872-3 and is listed as a labourer. Guise Street overlooks the Hamilton Harbour. Its' attraction was the nearby Grand Trunk (later Canadian National) railway, which would be the arrival point for a migrant, or a railway worker unfamiliar with the city.; Principal=Ann Carter26 
Occupation1873 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; In the Hamilton, Ontario Directory for 1873, Mathew is listed as "Matthew Minogue", laborer, living at 26 Guise.27 
Note1873 Portrait of Ann and Mathew with daughter, Annie.; Principal=Ann Carter
Occupation1875 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; In the London, Middlesex Directory for 1875, Mathew is listed as "Mathew Minogue", laborer, G.T.R. house on Murray, northside, near English.28 
Residencebetween 1875 and 1877 Murray Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; in a house on the northside of Murray Street (in London East) between Elizabeth and English Streets. On one side was a vacant lot and ot the other side Mr. Walter Richards was living.; Principal=Ann Carter29 
Occupationbetween 1875 and 1895 London, Ontario, Canada; a laborer for the Great Western Railway. In 1882, the GWR was bought by the Grand Trunk Railway and Mathew stayed on as a laborer. The 1886 City Directory lists him as working for the Grand Trunk car works, and by 1888, he is the foreman for this group. The last time he is mentioned as working for the railway is in the 1895 London Directory as a laborer in the GTR stores. He would have been 64 years old at the time. 
(Witness) Death5 December 1876 London, Ontario, Canada; Newspaper article stated that Mathew was 5 months old and that the funeral would be from his father's home. Place of burial was not stated, although St. Peter's is the only Catholic Cemetery in London.; Principal=Mathew Minogue30 
Residence1878 London, Ontario, Canada; in a house on the northside of Queen's Ave. (london East), east of Elizabeth Street.; Principal=Ann Carter31
Residencebetween 1879 and 1884 121 Quebec Street, Corner of Lyman, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; This address is near the railway yards where Mathew was working.; Principal=Ann Carter32 
Census4 April 1881 London, Ontario, Canada; Mathew is listed as 50 (birthdate-1831), born in Ireland, a laborer, and Catholic. His wife Ann is 39 (b-1842), from England, and Catholic. They have three children: Mary Ann, age 20, born in England, Thomas Henry, age 10, born in Quebec, and Annie Joseph, age 7, born in Ontario.; Principal=Ann Carter33 
Residencebetween 1886 and 1895 529 Quebec Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; in a house at 529 Quebec Street, on the west side of the street, between Lorne and Priness Street.; Principal=Ann Carter34
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Occupationbetween 1888 and 1889 London, Ontario, Canada; In the London, Middlesex Directory for 1888-9, Mathew is listed as "Mathew Minogue", foreman, G.T.R. carshops, house at 529 Quebec. His son, Thomas, is listed as a tailor for J. Boyd, living at the same address.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue35 
Notecirca 1890 Portrait taken in the 1890s.
Occupation1891 London, Ontario, Canada; In the 1891 Census, Mathew is listed as working for the "Stone R.R." This is probably a reference to someone who worked for the railroad and would go out on a work train for weeks repairing ballast which is the bed on which the ties and rails are laid. This was before the abailability of crushed stone, the workers had to find big rocks, crush them to size and wedge them into place.18 
Census5 April 1891 London, Ontario, Canada; Listed as Family #446, living in a Wooden house of one floor with 6 rooms. "Mat Minagoue", age 59, male, married, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, Catholic, occupation listed as Stone R. R., employee, can read and write. Listed with him:
Ann, female, age 48, married, wife, born England, parents born England, Catholic, no occupation, can read & write.
Thomas, male, 22, son, born Que., father born Ireland, mother born England, Catholic, tailor, employee, can read & write.
Annie, female, 18, daughter, born Ont., father born Ireland, mother born England, tailoress, employee, can read and write.
(Census was taken on the 29th April, however, was supposed to reflect information on the day of April 5th).; Witness=Ann Carter, Witness=Annie Joseph Minogue, Witness=Thomas Henry Minogue36 
ImmigrationSeptember 1897 Mathew Minogue is listed on the passenger manifest for the SS Lake Huron of the Beaver Line of the Canada Steamship Company that sailed from Montreal to Liverpool in September 1897. He is listed as a 60 year old Irish adult, travelling alone, of no current occupation. There were fifty passengers on board and they arrived on the 12th September.37 
Illness1 October 1897 Royal Kilmainham Hospital, Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster Province, Ireland; As a military pensioner of the English military, Mathew was entitled to care in this veteran's facility. He must have been in ill health and left Canada so he could get free health care here. He lived in this soldier's hospital for three years until his death. It does not appear that Ann accompanied him to Ireland as she is not listed on the passenger manifest. The admission record states that his regiment was the 1/60 Foot which would have referred to his last regiment in the Canadian Army. Reference #K17689 and #K498919 were also given in the record but the meaning of these is unknown. Also a Rate of 9 1/2 is given of which the meaning is not clear.25 
Death14 November 1900 Dublin, Leinster Province, Ireland; Death Registration transcription states:
Mathew Minogue
Birth Year: 1831
Age: 69
Registered Year: 1900
Registered Quarter: Oct - Dec 1900
Volume 2, p. 489
Ireland

Official Death Certificate from the GRO office Ireland States:
Name: Matthew
Surname: Minogue
Date of Death: 14 November 1900
Age: 69
Sex: Male
Civil Status: Married
Place of Death: Royal Hospital
Cause of Death: Chronic Bronchitis for 3 yrs., 1 month. Syncope for 18 hours. Death certified.
Informant: M. Libra, Person Present at Death, Royal Hospital
Registrar: J. Burke, Asst., Dublin South City No. 1, Dublin South, Co. Dublin, 15 November 1900, Registration #3262634

Kilmainham Hospital records at Kew Archives also indicate he died on 14 Nov. 1900.; Witness=Ann Carter25,38,7 
BurialNovember 1900 Royal Kilmainham Hospital Cemetery, Dublin, Dublin County, Leinster Province, Ireland; The resident historian at Kilmainham (Paul O'Brien in 2015) compiled a burial list of NCOs and privates in the military grave site to the left of Bully's Acre some years ago. He was able to confirm that Mathew Minogue from the 60th Rifles Regiment was in fact buried there in 1900 as he is on the list. Many of the bodies were moved when St John's Road was being widened and Mathew's was one of these. After the work the bodies were then reinterred in a different spot in the cemetery and marked with a general memorial instead of the original single headstones, which apparently are now in storage. Consequently there is now no individual grave stone to see at the moment. Paul indicated that money has been set aside to repair the cemetery in the next few years and part of that will involve the re-instatement of the original headstones. Paul also confirmed that there are no next of kin details in the burial registers. There is also a brass plaque in the chapel commemorating over 300 soldiers who died in the hospital between 1880 and 1905 and Mathew's name is on this plaque.39 

Citations

  1. [S267] Minogue & Carter Marriage Certificate: Worthing Registration District, Sussex, England, Certificate #339, marriage date 15 March 1860.
  2. [S912] Military Discharge Records, Minogue, Mathew Military Discharge, GBM-WO97-2052-170-001 through -004.
  3. [S916] Servie Record, Mathew Minogue, RIC, HO 184/7.
  4. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism, 30 April 1828, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  5. [S267] Minogue & Carter Marriage Certificate.
  6. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, District No. 167, East Ridey, Middlesex, Subdistrict 2, London, Ontario.
  7. [S911] Mathew Minogue, Death Certificate for Mathew Minogue.
  8. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Matthew Menogue, 30 April 1828, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  9. [S916] Servie Record, Mathew Minogue, RIC, HO 184/7, The image of this record is also listed on Find My Past. com.
  10. [S1183] Manogue October 23, 1852.
  11. [S1184] Manogue November 20, 1852.
  12. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, "Mathew Manogue" (sic), Regimental Service Records, Series WO 121, Box 0225. British Army Service Records, Chelsea Pensioners Discharge Records 1760-1915, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 60th Rifles.
  13. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NKBZ-LPY : accessed 8 February 2015), Matthew Minsque (sic) and Ann Carter, 15 Mar 1860; citing Saint Mary, Littlehampton, Sussex, England, reference ; FHL microfilm 918,462, 416,723, 416,749, 416,755.
  14. [S443] "83rd Reg. Paylist."
  15. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, "Mathew Manogue" (sic), Regimental Service Records, United Kingdom, Military Service and Conduct, year 1861, Series WO 12/6719.
  16. [S510] 1861 England Census, online www.ancestry.com, England, Kent County, Chatham, Gillingham, 2nd Chatham Depot Battalion Chatham Barracks, p. 14.
  17. [S214] Mary Ann Minogue, Birth Registration #115, Registration District of Medway, subdistrict of Gillingham, County of Kent, England. (14 November 1861).
  18. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, East Middlesex, Ontario, District #90, p.82.
  19. [S309] Charles H. Stewart, Concise Lineages.
  20. [S148] British Military Records, Film #C-3254: Volume 782, p. 224-5.
  21. [S148] British Military Records, Film # C-3284: Volume 949, p. 5,6, & 8.
  22. [S149] Canada Service Medals, volume 10, p. 232.
  23. [S1062] Fold 3, online https://www.fold3.com, UK, Courts Martial Registers › ... WO 86: Judge Advocate General's Office: District Courts Martial Registers, Home and Abroad › Piece 016: Judge Advocate General's Office: District Courts Martial Registers (1867-1868) › Image 93. Listing for Mathew Minogue, trial date February 2, 1867, date received in Register Book - March 15, 1867 (page #21 in actual book).
  24. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, "Mathew Manogue" (sic), Regimental Service Records, United Kingdom, Series WO 12/6929. Record set: 1871 Worldwide British Army Index - British Army Other Ranks and Locations.
  25. [S442] Mathew Minogue, Kilmainham Hospital, Dublin, Ireland, Admission Record, 1897 The National Archives of England.
  26. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1872.
  27. [S917] Canada City Directories, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #88 for Cherrier & Kirwin's Hamilton City Directory. Accessed March 10, 2015 for Mathew Minogue.
  28. [S917] Canada City Directories, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #79 for McAlpine's London City and Middlesex County Directory, 1875, p. 144. Accessed March 10, 2015 for Mathew Minogue.
  29. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario, Canada; 1875 - p. 144 and 241; 1876 - p. 142.
  30. [S481] Free Press, December 6, 1876, p.1.
  31. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario, Canada; 1877-8, p. 198.
  32. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario, Canada; 1878-9, p. 202; 1880-8, p. 236; 1882, p. 481; 1883, p. 132;1884, p. 237.
  33. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, London, Ontario, District #167, East Ridey, Middlesex South.
  34. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario, Canada; 1886, p. 186; 1887, p. 208; 1888; 1890, p. 219; 1891, p. 246; 1892, p. 244; 1893, p. 254; 1895, p. 269.
  35. [S917] Canada City Directories, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #123 for London City and Middlesex County Directory. Accessed March 10, 2015 for Mathew Minogue.
  36. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #43 for District #90 of Middlesex East, Subdistrict #1 London East, Division #1, Page 82, Family #446, Line 1. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1891. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2009, Microfilm #T-6352.
  37. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, UK, Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
    Original data: Board of Trade: Commercial and Statistical Department and successors: Inwards Passenger Lists. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA). Series BT26, 1,472 pieces. Official Number 84159.
  38. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, from their database, "Irish Deaths 1864-1958", search for Mathew Minogue, death 1900. Accessed 17 January 2015.
  39. [S435] E-mail Message. From Denise Dowdall, an Irish researcher in Dublin. She contacted Paul O'Brien, the resident Kilmainham historian, for burial information on Mathew Minogue. Emails exchanged between she and I in January, 2015.
  40. [S413] Marriage of Minogue & O'Rourke: entry for Annie Minogue & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.

Mathew Minogue

(circa 1811 - )
Last EditedOct 12, 2017

Family

Ellen (?) b. c 1821
Marriage Principal=Ellen (?)1,2 
Children
Birthcirca 1811 Ireland; Listed as 60 years of age and born in Ireland.1 
Marriage Principal=Ellen (?)1,2 
Immigrationbefore 1847 From Ireland, had to have been before 1847 since son James is listed as being born in Ontario then.; Principal=Ellen (?)1,2 
Occupation1871 Osgoode Township, Carleton County, Ontario, Canada1,2 
Religion1871 Roman Catholic.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S163] 1871 Carleton Census.
  2. [S164] Letter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Pryor to unknown recipient, 04 June 1999.

Mathew Minogue1

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
(18 June 1876 - 5 December 1876)
Last EditedJul 14, 2003
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMathew Minogue1 b. c Apr 1828, d. 14 Nov 1900
MotherAnn Carter1 b. 11 Mar 1837, d. 5 Apr 1924
Birth18 June 1876 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada2 
Baptism2 July 1876 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were James Lacey and Mary Ann Kickham and the priest was M. J. Tiernan.2 
Death5 December 1876 London, Ontario, Canada; Newspaper article stated that Mathew was 5 months old and that the funeral would be from his father's home. Place of burial was not stated, although St. Peter's is the only Catholic Cemetery in London.; Witness=Mathew Minogue, Witness=Ann Carter3 

Citations

  1. [S413] Marriage of Minogue & O'Rourke: entry for Annie Minogue & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
  2. [S489] Unknown volume, unknown short title: Mathew Minogue, Jr., in St. Peter's Catholic Church Parish Records, London, Ontario, Canada, LDS Film # 1310841., unknown repository.
  3. [S481] Free Press, December 6, 1876, p.1.

Mathew Minogue1

(say 1810 - )
Last EditedDec 4, 2017

Family

Catherine Slattery b. s 1810
Marriage5 September 1840 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Mathew Minogue (sic) of Kilmanagh(sic), Catholic, married Citty (nickname for Catherine) Slaterly (sic), Catholic on 05 September 1840 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were John and Bridget Slaterly.; Bride=Catherine Slattery2 
Children
Birthsay 1810 1 
Residence5 September 1840 Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland2 
Marriage5 September 1840 Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Mathew Minogue (sic) of Kilmanagh(sic), Catholic, married Citty (nickname for Catherine) Slaterly (sic), Catholic on 05 September 1840 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were John and Bridget Slaterly.; Bride=Catherine Slattery2 
Residence3 April 1842 Clover, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Land1849 Balleven, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; The Griffith's Valuation entry states: Mathew Minogue, tenant; Trustees of Late Joseph Evans, Landlord; in the townland of Balleven, Ballycallan Parish, 1849. Lots 10a (A&B), house, office and land, 4 acres, 3 roods, 4 perches. The value of the land was 4 pounds, 10 shillings. Value of the buildings was 1 lb, indicating a low quality house. Total valuation was 5 lbs, 10 shillings. Most of the land in Balleven was owned by the late Joseph Evans and the main family names of tenants were Dooly, Dunne, Lynch, Grace.3 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Margaret Minougue (sic), 03 April 1842, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Marriage Record for Mathew Minogue (sic) of Kilmanagh and Citty Slattery, 05 September 1840, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  3. [S1190] Ask About Ireland, online www.askaboutireland.ie, Griffith's Valuation for Balleven, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, 1849. Listing for Mathew Minogue, Sheet Number 18, Map Reference 10 A B.
  4. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Thomas Minogue, 13 November 1844, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  5. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Ellen Minogue, 20 July 1849, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Mathew Minogue1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedJun 28, 2018

Family

Mary Doran b. s 1800
Marriagesay 1820 Ireland; Principal=Mary Doran1 
Child
Name Variation Mathew Menogue1 
Birthsay 1800 Ireland1 
Marriagesay 1820 Ireland; Principal=Mary Doran1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Edmund Menogue (lists parents as Mathew Menogue and Mary Doran), 15 August 1825, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Matthew Minogue1

(say 1795 - )
Last EditedDec 4, 2017
Name Variation Matthew Menouge1 
Birthsay 1795 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
(Witness) Baptism10 February 1822 Ballycallan, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record: Allicia Menouge of Kileballykeefe (Kilballykeefe), female, of Michael Menouge (sic) and Eleanor Darcy was baptized on 10 February 1822 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Matthew Menouge and Margaret Kilfail.; Principal=Allicia Minogue1 
(Witness) Baptism30 April 1828 Ballycallan Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Matthew Menogue (sic) of Ballyfrunk, male, of John Menogue and Mary Loughlin (sic) was baptized on 30 April 1928 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Matthew Menogue and Anty Smyth.; Principal=Mathew Minogue2 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism forAllicia (Alice) Menouge, 10 February 1822, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal Record for Matthew Menogue, 30 April 1828, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Michael Minogue1

(17 May 1898 - )
Last EditedNov 3, 2017
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c 1871, d. 11 Mar 1915
MotherMargaret Carroll1 b. c 1873
Birth17 May 1898 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Birth was registered on the 23rd of May 1898.1,2 
Baptism19 May 1898 Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Baptismal Record states: Michael Minogue of Maudlin Street, male, was born 17 May 1898 and baptized 19 May 1898 in the parish of Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Catholic. Parents were Patrick Manogue, labourer, and Margaret Carroll. Sponsors were John Farrell and Bridget Westerman.2 
(Resident) Census1911 House #2, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; "Patrick Minogue, Head, Catholic, can read and write, age 43, general laborer, married, born Co. Kilkenny.
Margaret, wife, Catholic, can read and write, 38, married 15 years, had 9 children, all living, born Co. Kilkenny.
(All children are Catholic and born Co. Kilkenny).
James, son, 14, telegraph messenger.
Michael, son, 12, scholar.
Patrick, son, 1.
Mary, dau., 11, scholar.
Bridget, dau. 8, scholar.
Alice, dau., 7, scholar.
Maggie, dau., 5.
Kate, dau., 3.; Principal=Patrick Minogue1 

Citations

  1. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland, listing for family of Patrick Minogue, Jerpoint West, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny at http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai002610384/
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptismal and Civil Birth Record for Michael Minogue, baptized 19 May 1898, Parish of Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Michael Minogue1

(say 1795 - )
Last EditedDec 4, 2017

Family

Eleanor Darcy b. s 1795
Marriage Bride=Eleanor Darcy1 
Child
Name Variation Michael Menouge1 
Birthsay 1795 1 
Marriage Bride=Eleanor Darcy1 
Residence1822 Kilballykeefe, Ballycallan Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Resident=Eleanor Darcy2 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism forAllicia (Alice) Menouge, 10 February 1822, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Catherine Menouge, 10 December 1822, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Michael Minogue1

(say 1840 - )
Last EditedNov 3, 2017

Family

Child
Birthsay 1840 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church and Civil Marriage Record for Patrick Minogue, (son of Michael) of Ladyswell and Margaret Carroll, (daughter of James) of Marshes Street, 13 August 1894, Parish of Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Michael Minogue1

(circa August 1831 - )
Last EditedJun 27, 2018
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. s 1800
MotherEllen Delany1 b. s 1800
Birthcirca August 1831 Shipton, Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism26 August 1831 Ballycallan-Kilmanagh Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Information from Baptismal Record: Michael Menogue (sic) of Shipton, male, of Patt Menogue and Ellen Delany (sic) was baptized on 26 August 1831 in Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Patt Kelly and Honor Maguire.1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Michael Menogue, 26 August 1831 , Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription only, no image available. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.

Michael Minogue1

(say 1815 - )
Last EditedJun 28, 2018

Family

Mary Dunne b. s 1815
Marriagesay 1840 Ireland; Principal=Mary Dunne1 
Child
Name Variation Michael Menouge1 
Birthsay 1815 Ireland1 
Marriagesay 1840 Ireland; Principal=Mary Dunne1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Information from Church Baptismal Record for Thomas Menogue (lists parents as Michael Menogue and Mary Dunne), 27 August 1843, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

Nora Minogue1

(circa 1913 - circa 1915)
Last EditedJan 20, 2016
FatherPatrick Minogue1 b. c 1871, d. 11 Mar 1915
MotherMargaret Carroll1 b. c 1873
Birthcirca 1913 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Deathcirca 1915 Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Witness=Margaret Carroll1 

Citations

  1. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, Database: Ireland - National Role of Honour 1914-1921 Transcription, listing for Patrick Minogue.