Terence Byrne1

(1 May 1835 - circa 1905)
Last EditedMar 9, 2017
FatherJames Byrne1
MotherBridget Farrell1

Family

Mary Ann Minogue b. 23 Oct 1861
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=Mary Ann Minogue1,2 
Children
Name Variation Edward Burns; In the church baptismal record of daughter Mary Emma, father is listed as Edward Byrne, not Terrence. Mother's name is correct.2 
Birth1 May 1835 Ireland; This is the date given in the 1901 Census.1,3 
Occupation1881 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Terence was listed as a labourer on his marriage registration.1 
Residence7 July 1881 London, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Mary Ann Minogue2 
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=Mary Ann Minogue1,2 
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.; Witness=Mary Ann Minogue, Witness=Mabel Ann Byrne, Witness=Florence Byrne, Witness=Mary Emma Byrne, Witness=Theresa Byrne, Witness=Annie Josephine Byrne4 
(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 Byrne5 
Census12 April 1901 London, Ontario, Canada; "Edward Burns", male, 65, born 1 May 1835 in Ireland, Irish, Catholic, laborer, employed 3 months, made $75, can read, write & speak English.
Mary, wife, 40, born 23 Oct. 1860 in England, Catholic.
Mable, dau., single, 18, born 23 June, 1882, born Ontario, cigar maker in factory, worked 12 months, made $300.
Florence, dau., 17, born 23 Sept. 1883 in Ontario.
Mary, dau., single, 15, born 15 January 1885 in Ont., worked in a cigar factory for 12 months, made $120.
Teresa, dau., single, 14, born 12 Aug. 1886 in Ont., worked in a cigar factory for 12 months and made $120.
Josephine, dau., 10, born 12 Aug. 1890 in Ont.3 
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.; Witness=Mary Ann Minogue5 

Citations

  1. [S317] Certificate, unknown spouses' names marriage of 1881, Registration #007224, No. 208, Schedule B, County of Middlesex, Division of City of London, Ontario.
  2. [S413] Marriage of Minogue & O'Rourke: entry for Annie Minogue & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States.
  3. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: London (City/Cité) Ward/Quartier No 1, London (city/cité), Ontario; Page: 11; Family No: 123. Listing for Edward Burns & family, line 27-33. Ancestry Image #64 of 114.
  4. [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.
  5. [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.
  6. [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.

Theresa Byrne1,2

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
(22 November 1886 - )
Last EditedMar 30, 2018
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherTerence Byrne1 b. 1 May 1835, d. c 1905
MotherMary Ann Minogue1 b. 23 Oct 1861
Note In the obituary of Emma Byrne Davern (1958), it states that her sister is Mrs. William Manion of Detroit.; Principal=Annie Josephine Byrne 
Birth22 November 1886 Niagara Falls, Welland County, Ontario, Canada; Birth Registration:
Theresa Byrne, born on 22 Nov. 1886, dau. of Edward Byrne and Mary Manogue (sic), registered December 9th by the father of Niagara Falls.1,3 
(Witness) Census13 April 1891 Niagara Falls, 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 Byrne1 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [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 Theresa Byrne in Welland County, 22 November 1886, Reel #79, page 537.
  3. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: London (City/Cité) Ward/Quartier No 1, London (city/cité), Ontario; Page: 11; Family No: 123. Listing for Edward Burns & family, line 27-33. Ancestry Image #64 of 114.

Thomas Byrne1

(circa 1849 - 20 November 1872)
Last EditedJun 23, 2000
FatherLawrence Byrne1
MotherAnn (?)1
Birthcirca 1849 1 
Burial20 November 1872 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; See gravestone contents in note of sister, Mary.; Witness=Lawrence Byrne, Witness=Ann (?)1 
Death20 November 1872 1 

Citations

  1. [S385] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Patricia Balkcom, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Row N, Section B, Plot 4.

Sabina Cahalan1,2

Last EditedJan 29, 2017

Family

John Radigan
Marriage Principal=John Radigan1 
Child
Marriage Principal=John Radigan1 
Married Name Radigan1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928, 1933-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 595. Marriage of George Washington Sage and Mary Sabina Radigan, 27 October 1921. Ancestry Image #2793 of 3114.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 80
    Birth Registration for Mary Sabina Radigan, 05 February 1886. Ancestry Image #99 of 274.

Clara Elizabeth Cain1,2

(4 May 1897 - 1992)
Last EditedAug 24, 2017
FatherJohn H. Cain3
MotherEliza Currier3

Family 1

Maurice James McHale b. 1891, d. 1947
Marriage6 September 1922 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; Marriage record states: Maurice James McHale, 31 of Newmarket, Ontario, born there, bachelor, tanner, Catholic, son of Thomas McHale and Catherine Coyle married Clara Elizabeth Cain, 25, residing and born in Newmarket, spinster, operator, Catholic, daughter of John Henry Cain and Eliza Currier were married Sept. 6, 1922 in Newmarket by M. J. Wedlock (?), Catholic. Witnesses were Bernard J. McHale and Lucy Agnes Cain, both of Newmarket.; Principal=Maurice James McHale2 
Child

Family 2

John Jack Gibbons b. 8 Apr 1886, d. 13 Aug 1971
Marriage Principal=John Jack Gibbons1 
Birth4 May 1897 Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Record states she was born in Newmarket in York County. The Social Security Claims Index states she was born in East Gwillimbury, Ontario.3 
Married Name6 September 1922 McHale2 
Marriage6 September 1922 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; Marriage record states: Maurice James McHale, 31 of Newmarket, Ontario, born there, bachelor, tanner, Catholic, son of Thomas McHale and Catherine Coyle married Clara Elizabeth Cain, 25, residing and born in Newmarket, spinster, operator, Catholic, daughter of John Henry Cain and Eliza Currier were married Sept. 6, 1922 in Newmarket by M. J. Wedlock (?), Catholic. Witnesses were Bernard J. McHale and Lucy Agnes Cain, both of Newmarket.; Principal=Maurice James McHale2 
(Witness) Death1947 Ontario, Canada; Principal=Maurice James McHale4 
Married Name Gibbons1 
Marriage Principal=John Jack Gibbons1 
(Witness) Death13 August 1971 Ontario, Canada; Principal=John Jack Gibbons5
John Jack Gibbons 1886-1971
Death1992 Ontario, Canada 

Citations

  1. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, Page 53.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1785-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 632. Listing for York County, 1922, marriage of Maurice James McHale and Clara Elizabeth Cain, 06 September 1922.
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 140. Listing for York County, 1897, birth of Clara Elizabeth of John H. Cain and Eliza Currier, born 04 May 1897 in York County, Ontario, Canada.
  4. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, Transcription of gravestone marking of Maurice "Guy" McHale, 1891 - 1947, p. 53.
  5. [S441] Unknown author, "Email message received by Pat Balkcom 29 June 2001 from Patricia Menton Cochran of Norwood, Ontario. Email address is e-mail address. She is a descendent of Annie Menton, wife of Luke Gibbons.," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Elizabeth Ann Cain1

(circa 1860 - )
Last EditedJul 20, 2017
FatherMichael Cain1
MotherBridget (?)1

Family

John Sliney b. c 1857, d. 21 Sep 1926
Marriage28 April 1885 King Township, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration (#15, new #013148): John Sliney, 28, residing in Vaughn (Ontario), born in same place, bachelor, farmer, son of William and Mary married Eliza Ann Cain, 25, born and residing in King (Ontario), daughter of Michael and Bridget Cain. Witnesses were Nicholas Sliney of Vaughn and Mary Cain of King. Both are Catholic and were married by Banns on 28 April 1885 in Schinberg, King township by Wm. Jos. McGrinley, Parish Priest.; Principal=John Sliney1 
Children
Birthcirca 1860 King Township, York County, Ontario, Canada; Date and place of birth based on information in marriage record.1 
Married Name28 April 1885 Sliney2,1 
Marriage28 April 1885 King Township, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration (#15, new #013148): John Sliney, 28, residing in Vaughn (Ontario), born in same place, bachelor, farmer, son of William and Mary married Eliza Ann Cain, 25, born and residing in King (Ontario), daughter of Michael and Bridget Cain. Witnesses were Nicholas Sliney of Vaughn and Mary Cain of King. Both are Catholic and were married by Banns on 28 April 1885 in Schinberg, King township by Wm. Jos. McGrinley, Parish Priest.; Principal=John Sliney1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1785-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 52. Listing for York County, 1885, marriage of John Sliney and Elizabeth Cain, 28 April 1885.
  2. [S411] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient.
  3. [S435] E-mail Message. To Pat Balkcom from Thomas Hunter (e-mail address) 6 March, 2004. His source was the death announcement for Edward Sliney in the Toronto Daily Star, 24 March 1955.
  4. [S435] E-mail Message. To Pat Balkcom from Thomas Hunter (e-mail address) 6 March, 2004. His source was the death announcement in the Toronto Daily Star, 22 Sep 1926.
  5. [S435] E-mail Message. To Pat Balkcom from Thomas Hunter (e-mail address) 6 March, 2004. His source was the marriage announcement in the Toronto Daily Star, 12 Oct. 1917.

John H. Cain1

Last EditedJul 19, 2017

Family

Eliza Currier
Marriage Principal=Eliza Currier1 
Child
Marriage Principal=Eliza Currier1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 140. Listing for York County, 1897, birth of Clara Elizabeth of John H. Cain and Eliza Currier, born 04 May 1897 in York County, Ontario, Canada.

Margaret Cain1

Last EditedOct 13, 2000

Family

Patrick Mahoney
Marriagecirca 1815 Ireland; Principal=Patrick Mahoney1 
Child
Marriagecirca 1815 Ireland; Principal=Patrick Mahoney1 

Citations

  1. [S413] Marriage of Minogue & O'Rourke: entry for Annie Minogue & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893 LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States, Marriage record of son, Nicholas.

Michael Cain1

Last EditedJul 20, 2017

Family

Bridget (?)
Marriage Principal=Bridget (?)1 
Child
Marriage Principal=Bridget (?)1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1785-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 52. Listing for York County, 1885, marriage of John Sliney and Elizabeth Cain, 28 April 1885.

Geraldine Margaret Cairns1

ChartsDescendants of Luke Gibbons
(19 November 1894 - )
Last EditedJul 26, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMatthew Cairns1 b. c 1864
MotherSarah Gibbons1 b. 13 Dec 1858

Family

Henry Mueller b. 24 Feb 1894
Marriage21 October 1916 Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Marriage record #085711 states: Henry Muller, 21, of Toronto, Protestant, married Geraldine Cairns, 21 of Toronto, born Toronto, Catholic, daughter of Matthew Cairns and Sarah Gibbons. Married By H. Dixon at 417 King East (Anglican) with witnesses Katie Rogers and Walter Rogers of Toronto.; Principal=Henry Mueller2 
Child
Birth19 November 1894 Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada; Birth Registration #501355 states: Geraldine Margaret Cairns was born at 2 Wilkins Place, Toronto on Nov. 19, 1894. Parents are married: Mathew Cairns, Canadian, Irish, 30, born Dixie, Ontario, motorman and Sarah Gibbons, Canadian, Irish, 34, born Linwood, Ont., dressmaker, at home. Both of 2 Wilkens Ave. This is the first child for the couple. Informant was Joseph Gibbons of 46 Kennedy Park Road, birth declared by Uncle and Birth Certificate.1 
Married Name21 October 1916 Mueller2 
Marriage21 October 1916 Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Marriage record #085711 states: Henry Muller, 21, of Toronto, Protestant, married Geraldine Cairns, 21 of Toronto, born Toronto, Catholic, daughter of Matthew Cairns and Sarah Gibbons. Married By H. Dixon at 417 King East (Anglican) with witnesses Katie Rogers and Walter Rogers of Toronto.; Principal=Henry Mueller2 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
    Original data: Archives of Ontario. Registrations of Births and Stillbirths – 1869-1913. MS 930, Reel 17, York County, 1894. Birth Registration for Geraldine Margaret Cairns born 09 November 1894 in Toronto.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1785-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 376. Listing for York County, 1916, marriage of Henry Muller and Geraldine Cairns, 21 October 1916 in Toronto.
  3. [S957] 1921 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Reference Number: RG 31; Folder Number: 99; Census Place: Toronto (City, part), York East, Ontario; Page Number: 12, Subdistrict 23. Listing of the family of Henry Muller, line #1. Ancestry Image #13 of 29.

Matthew Cairns1

(circa 1864 - )
Last EditedJul 26, 2017

Family

Sarah Gibbons b. 13 Dec 1858
Marriage9 February 1889 Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Matthew Cairsn, 25, labourer, Ontario, Tonronto, son of Tom Cairns and Bridget Curran, married Sarah Gibbons, 26, Toronto, daughter of Michael Gibbons and Margaret Wilson. Witnesses Theodule de Courcy and Alice Kenny, both of Toronto.; Principal=Sarah Gibbons1 
Child
Birthcirca 1864 1 
Marriage9 February 1889 St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada; Matthew Cairsn, 25, labourer, Ontario, Tonronto, son of Tom Cairns and Bridget Curran, married Sarah Gibbons, 26, Toronto, daughter of Michael Gibbons and Margaret Wilson. Witnesses Theodule de Courcy and Alice Kenny, both of Toronto.; Principal=Sarah Gibbons1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, #14678-89.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
    Original data: Archives of Ontario. Registrations of Births and Stillbirths – 1869-1913. MS 930, Reel 17, York County, 1894. Birth Registration for Geraldine Margaret Cairns born 09 November 1894 in Toronto.

Daniel Callaghan1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedFeb 27, 2018
Name Variation Daniel O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1800 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Land1833 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Tithe Applotment was a tax on occupiers of land that was used to support the Church of Ireland. This caused great unrest among the Catholic population. The tax was determined by the quality of the land. In 1833, on the land owned by Wm. Orme, Esq., in Behy, Crossmolina Parish, Killalla Diocese, County Mayo, three Callaghan men are listed. It appears that Frank Callaghan is the main leaseholder in Behy as he is listed first, and then the applotment lists him and 4 other tenants. Frank would probably have been responsible for collecting the tithes from these men. It is possible that Frank was the father of Patrick and Daniel, and maybe Daniel was the older son as he had better land. Or it is possible that the three were brothers and that Frank had the most land because he was the oldest of the three. The assessment was divided into two parts - land that was titheable and that which was non-titheable, assumably based on the quality of the land. The acreage was given in Irish measurements (multipy by 1.62 to get standard acres). These are the Tithes listed:

Frank Callaghan:
Titheable:
Quantities in Detail: 35 acres - Quality - appears to say ara & Pe (arable?) Real Acreable Value: 17 shillings, 6 pence
10 ac., 30 perches - Quality - same as above Real Acreable Value: 15 shillings
3 ac., 1 rod, 20 per. - Quality - Sandied Moor Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings, 6 pence
3 ac., 10 perches - Quality - Bottom Pe Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings
Total Quanity in Holding: 51 acres, 2 rods, 20 perches
Untitheable:
7 acres, 3 rods, 10 perches Quality: Bog
Applotment:
Frank Callaghan #283
Titheable Rents Paid: 16 p, 13s, 4 Untitheable Rents Paid: 17 s, 11 and a half p.
Pat Callaghan #284
Titheable Rents Paid: 8 p, 10s, 0 Untitheable Rents Paid: 9 s, 1 and three fourths p.
Dan'l. Callaghan #285
Titheable Rents Paid: 12 p, 15s, 1 Untitheable Rents Paid: 13 s, 8 and three fourths p.1 

Citations

  1. [S1221] T.A.B. Listing for Frank, Pat, Daniel Callaghan in Behy, County Mayo, Ireland, The National Archives of Ireland.

Dennis Callaghan1

(say 1775 - 15 December 1806)
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Name Variation Dennis O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1775 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Residence1806 Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; It is not clear what the relationship of these two are, but certainly seems that they are related (brothers, cousins, etc.); Principal=John Callaghan1 
Court Case10 December 1806 On this date, the trial of 11 men "were indicted for that they on the 16th of November, 1806, wickedly, maliciously, and feloniously did conspire, confederate and agree together wilfully, fleoniously, and of their malice prepense, to kill and murder Thady Lavin, against the peace and statute." This was one of the trials of the "Threshers". This was a politically motivated group of Catholics who resisted the paying of tithes to the Church of Ireland, even when paid voluntarily to Catholic priests. Their chief called himself "Capt. Thresher" and his gangs used to trhrash or beat unmercifully all lcollectors of tithes and their clerks, as well as those who paid tithes.

This particular trial was for the murder of Thady Lavin who this group in Mayo believed to have informed upon them even though he was in sympathy with them. They lured he and his wife to a house where after several hours of drinking, beat him to death and wounded his wife. Two Callaghan men were indicted. Dennis was found guilty and sentenced to death because it appeared from testimony that he stood by and did nothing to help Lavin or his wife. John was found not guilty because he had left the house to "go fishing" and was not there when Lavin was killed.; Principal=John Callaghan1 
Death15 December 1806 Connacht Province, Ireland; At the completion of the Trial of the Threshers on Friday, December 12th, the Judge stated: "...I am therefore to tell you, that all of you, except Daniel Callaghan, must undergo exection on tomorrow, and that he will suffer upon Monday next..." No explanation was given as to why his death was delayed.1 

Citations

  1. [S1227] T.B. Howell, Esquire and Thomas Jones Howell, Esq. , State Trials (Ireland), Vol. xxx (Being Vol. IX of the Continuation), 1806-1808; p.97-153.

Francis Callaghan1

(6 September 1887 - 13 June 1969)
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
FatherHugh Callaghan1 b. c 1851, d. 10 Oct 1928
MotherCatherine Farrell1 b. c 1860, d. 29 Sep 1925

Family 1

Belinda Connor b. 1889, d. 7 Feb 1970
Marriage16 June 1919 Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Belinda Connor4 
Children

Family 2

Child
Name Variation Francis O'Callaghan 
Birth6 September 1887 Behy, Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Philomena Callahan's family tree states that this was his birthdate and this was her grandfather.1,2,3,4 
Baptism7 September 1887 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Baptismal Extract states: Francis Callaghan, of Behy, Moygownagh Parish, Mayo, male, father is Hugh Callaghan, mother is Catherine Farrell. Sponsors are Francis Farrell and Mrs. Ellen Moyles.3 
(Resident) Census1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan1 
(Resident) Census1911 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 60,male, farmer, married for 25 years, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, can read or write, 60, married 25 years, has had 4 children, all of them still living, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 52, farmer's brother, single, born Co. Mayo.
Francis, son, Catholic, can read and write, 24, farmer's son, born Co. Mayo.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read and write, 22, farmer's daughter, born Co. Mayo.
Patrick, son, Catholic, can read and write, 16, scholar, born Co. Mayo, speaks English and Irish.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The neighbors are listed as John Gallagher and Wm. Fetherston.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 foul house, 1 Barn, 1 shed - total 7.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan2 
Marriage16 June 1919 Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Belinda Connor4 
Court Case29 March 1921 Behy, Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Registry of Dog License Book lists: #322, Frank Callahan of Behy receiving a dog license. Listed on the next line below him is Pat Syron of Doonaroya. Pat has a red sheepdog. (I do not know which Pat Syron this is, as there are at least three possible men in Doonaroya at this time by the name of Patrick).
This is an interesting record because it lists two men together from the two towns that the O'Callaghan and Syron DNA points to.5 
(Witness) Death7 August 1958 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Patrick Callaghan4 
(Witness) BurialAugust 1958 Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Patrick Callaghan6 
Death13 June 1969 Ballina, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Philomena Callahan's family tree states that this was his date of death and this was her grandfather.4 
BurialJune 1969 Moygawnagh, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland6 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S1172] 1911 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives.ie, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Francis Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, son of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell baptised 07 September 1887.
  4. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."
  5. [S1229] Frank Callahan and Pat Syron, Petty Sessions Dog License Registers CSPS 2/0479 for the County Mayo, Ireland, March 29, 1921, published online at FindMyPast.com.
  6. [S1225] Family History in North County Mayo, Ireland - Old Moygownagh Cemetery Headstones, online http://goldenlangan.com/graves-mgo.html, Stone states: In Loving Memory of Francis Callaghan, Behy, Died 13th June 1969. His Wife Belinda, Died 7th Feb. 1970. His son Patrick, Died 7th Aug. 1958. His Mother, Catherine, Died 29th Sept. 1925. and His Father Hugh Died 10th Oct. 1928. R.I.P. Erected by His Son Francis.
  7. [S988] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient, to Patricia Balkcom from Philomena Callaghan on 2/18/2018, this was her father.

Francis Callaghan1

(27 March 1927 - 12 August 2015)
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherFrancis Callaghan1 b. 6 Sep 1887, d. 13 Jun 1969
Birth27 March 1927 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland2 
Name Variation Francis O'Callaghan 
Death12 August 2015 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland2 

Citations

  1. [S988] Unknown author, "unknown short title," e-mail to unknown recipient, to Patricia Balkcom from Philomena Callaghan on 2/18/2018, this was her father.
  2. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."

Francis Callaghan1

(say 1790 - )
Last EditedFeb 27, 2018
Name Variation Francis O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1790 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Land1833 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Tithe Applotment was a tax on occupiers of land that was used to support the Church of Ireland. This caused great unrest among the Catholic population. The tax was determined by the quality of the land. In 1833, on the land owned by Wm. Orme, Esq., in Behy, Crossmolina Parish, Killalla Diocese, County Mayo, three Callaghan men are listed. It appears that Frank Callaghan is the main leaseholder in Behy as he is listed first, and then the applotment lists him and 4 other tenants. Frank would probably have been responsible for collecting the tithes from these men. It is possible that Frank was the father of Patrick and Daniel, and maybe Daniel was the older son as he had better land. Or it is possible that the three were brothers and that Frank had the most land because he was the oldest of the three. The assessment was divided into two parts - land that was titheable and that which was non-titheable, assumably based on the quality of the land. The acreage was given in Irish measurements (multipy by 1.62 to get standard acres). These are the Tithes listed:

Frank Callaghan:
Titheable:
Quantities in Detail: 35 acres - Quality - appears to say ara & Pe (arable?) Real Acreable Value: 17 shillings, 6 pence
10 ac., 30 perches - Quality - same as above Real Acreable Value: 15 shillings
3 ac., 1 rod, 20 per. - Quality - Sandied Moor Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings, 6 pence
3 ac., 10 perches - Quality - Bottom Pe Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings
Total Quanity in Holding: 51 acres, 2 rods, 20 perches
Untitheable:
7 acres, 3 rods, 10 perches Quality: Bog
Applotment:
Frank Callaghan #283
Titheable Rents Paid: 16 p, 13s, 4 Untitheable Rents Paid: 17 s, 11 and a half p.
Pat Callaghan #284
Titheable Rents Paid: 8 p, 10s, 0 Untitheable Rents Paid: 9 s, 1 and three fourths p.
Dan'l. Callaghan #285
Titheable Rents Paid: 12 p, 15s, 1 Untitheable Rents Paid: 13 s, 8 and three fourths p.1 

Citations

  1. [S1221] T.A.B. Listing for Frank, Pat, Daniel Callaghan in Behy, County Mayo, Ireland, The National Archives of Ireland.

Honor Callaghan1

(say 1840 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Note Callaghan may be her married name.1 
Name Variation Honor O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1840 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Court Case9 May 1876 Connacht Province, Ireland; Petty Sessions Court record indicates that Honor Callaghan of Behy, Compainant and James Callaghan of Behy, Defendant. That Defendant assaulted the compainant at Behy in the county of Sligo on the 25th of April 1876. The disposition states "No. app." which might mean that they did not show up.; Principal=James Callaghan1 
Residence9 May 1876 Behy, Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; It is not clear from the court case but it may be that she lived in Behybeg, County Sligo.1 

Citations

  1. [S1228] Honor Callaghan vs. James Callaghan, Petty Sessions Order Books CSPS 1/457 for the County Mayo, Ireland, May 9, 1876, published online at FindMyPast.com.

Hugh Callaghan1

(circa 1851 - 10 October 1928)
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherJohn Callaghan2 b. s 1825
MotherMary Ruane3 b. s 1825

Family

Catherine Farrell b. c 1860, d. 29 Sep 1925
Marriage6 March 1886 Killalla Diocese, Connacht Province, Ireland; I believe this is the correct marriage record for this couple because the names match and also the 1911 Census states that they had been married 25 years which would indicate 1886.
1n 2018, the Parish Register was not available online at NLI but there is an extraxt on Roots Ireland:
Married 06 March 1886 in Killala District, Co. Mayo.
Hugh Callaghan, residing in Moygownagh, Catholic, landholder, bachelor, father's name John Callaghan, landholder.
Catherine Farrrell, residing in Breaffy, Catholic, spinster, father Frankd Farrell, Landholder Dead, Witnesses: Patrick Kearney and Julia Moyles. Married in Kilfian Church by Patrick Conway, P.P. Couple and Sponsors could not write.; Principal=Catherine Farrell1 
Children
Name Variation Hugh O'Callaghan 
Birthcirca 1851 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; This date is based on the 1911 Census and the expected age at marriage, however, the 1901 Census would indicate he was born about 1870.1,4,2 
(Resident) Residencecirca 1851 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=John Callaghan, Principal=Mary Ruane5 
ResidenceMarch 1886 Moygawnagh, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland2 
Marriage6 March 1886 Kilfian Catholic Church, Killalla Diocese, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; I believe this is the correct marriage record for this couple because the names match and also the 1911 Census states that they had been married 25 years which would indicate 1886.
1n 2018, the Parish Register was not available online at NLI but there is an extraxt on Roots Ireland:
Married 06 March 1886 in Killala District, Co. Mayo.
Hugh Callaghan, residing in Moygownagh, Catholic, landholder, bachelor, father's name John Callaghan, landholder.
Catherine Farrrell, residing in Breaffy, Catholic, spinster, father Frankd Farrell, Landholder Dead, Witnesses: Patrick Kearney and Julia Moyles. Married in Kilfian Church by Patrick Conway, P.P. Couple and Sponsors could not write.; Principal=Catherine Farrell1 
Residence1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Resident=Catherine Farrell1 
Census1901 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Resident=Catherine Farrell, Resident=John Callaghan, Resident=Francis Callaghan, Resident=Mary Callaghan, Resident=Julia Callaghan, Resident=Patrick Callaghan1 
Census1911 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 60,male, farmer, married for 25 years, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, can read or write, 60, married 25 years, has had 4 children, all of them still living, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 52, farmer's brother, single, born Co. Mayo.
Francis, son, Catholic, can read and write, 24, farmer's son, born Co. Mayo.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read and write, 22, farmer's daughter, born Co. Mayo.
Patrick, son, Catholic, can read and write, 16, scholar, born Co. Mayo, speaks English and Irish.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The neighbors are listed as John Gallagher and Wm. Fetherston.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 foul house, 1 Barn, 1 shed - total 7.; Resident=Catherine Farrell, Resident=John Callaghan, Resident=Francis Callaghan, Resident=Mary Callaghan, Resident=Patrick Callaghan4 
Death10 October 1928 Connacht Province, Ireland6 
BurialOctober 1928 Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland7 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Marriage Record Extract for Hugh Callaghan of Moygownagh and Catherine Farrell of Breaffy, 06 March 1886 in Kilfian Church, Killal District, County Mayo. Hugh's father is John Callaghan, Catherine's is Frank Farrell, deceased.
  3. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, Database "Ireland Census Search Forms 1841 and 1851". This was a form completed in 1921 for those applying for Old Age Pension between 1915 and 1921 to prove that they were 70 years of age or older when birth registrations were not available. Hugh Callaghan had such a form completed on 30 July 1921. It states: Application #21 4862, Hugh Callaghan, of Behy, Crossmolina, Mayo. Parents named John and Mary Callaghan (nee Rowane). In 1851, Hugh was living in Behy, Crossmolina Parish, Tirawley Baroney, County Mayo.
  4. [S1172] 1911 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives.ie, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  5. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, Database "Ireland Census Search Forms 1841 and 1851". This was a form completed in 1921 for those applying for Old Age Pension between 1915 and 1921 to prove that they were 70 years of age or older when birth registrations were not available. John Hegarty had such a form completed on 12 March 1917. It states: Application #17 2270, John Hegarty, of Carrowkeel, Lahardane, Mayo. Parents named Edward and Ellen Hegarty (nee Perkins). In 1841 or 1851(date not specified), John was living in Doonoroya, Addergoole Parish, Tirawley Barony, County Mayo.
  6. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."
  7. [S1225] Family History in North County Mayo, Ireland - Old Moygownagh Cemetery Headstones, online http://goldenlangan.com/graves-mgo.html, Stone states: In Loving Memory of Francis Callaghan, Behy, Died 13th June 1969. His Wife Belinda, Died 7th Feb. 1970. His son Patrick, Died 7th Aug. 1958. His Mother, Catherine, Died 29th Sept. 1925. and His Father Hugh Died 10th Oct. 1928. R.I.P. Erected by His Son Francis.
  8. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Patrick Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, son of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell baptised 18 January 1895.

Hugh Callaghan1

(15 November 1925 - September 2005)
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherFrancis Callaghan1 b. 6 Sep 1887, d. 13 Jun 1969
MotherBelinda Connor1 b. 1889, d. 7 Feb 1970
Name Variation O'Callaghan 
Birth15 November 1925 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
BurialSeptember 2005 County Kerry, Ireland1 
DeathSeptember 2005 Tralee General Hospital, County Kerry, Ireland1 

Citations

  1. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."

James Callaghan1

(say 1840 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Name Variation James O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1840 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Residence9 May 1876 Behy, Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; It is not clear from the court case but it may be that he lived in Behybeg, County Sligo.1 
Court Case9 May 1876 Connacht Province, Ireland; Petty Sessions Court record indicates that Honor Callaghan of Behy, Compainant and James Callaghan of Behy, Defendant. That Defendant assaulted the compainant at Behy in the county of Sligo on the 25th of April 1876. The disposition states "No. app." which might mean that they did not show up.; Principal=Honor Callaghan1 

Citations

  1. [S1228] Honor Callaghan vs. James Callaghan, Petty Sessions Order Books CSPS 1/457 for the County Mayo, Ireland, May 9, 1876, published online at FindMyPast.com.

John Callaghan1

(say 1825 - )
Last EditedMar 2, 2018

Family 1

Mary Ruane b. s 1825
Marriage Principal=Mary Ruane2 
Child

Family 2

Child
Name Variation John O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1825 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Marriage Principal=Mary Ruane2 
Residencecirca 1851 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Mary Ruane, Resident=Hugh Callaghan3 
Land1852 Crossmolina Parish, Connacht Province, Ireland; In 1852, the Estate of William Henry Orme, of Abbeytown, County Mayo was put up for sale. During this time, it was usually because the Estate had gone bankrupt (maybe from the Potato Famine?). Orme owned over 5000 acres, mostly in the area north and west of Crossmolina. His holdings incuded the townland of Behy. This was called "Lot 3 - Part of Attyshane, called Ballyroe and Behy. In the Behy area, three Callaghan men are listed as tenants from year to year, determinable the 1st of November of each year. However, the 2nd John listed was a tenant for one year, certain until 1st of Novermber 1852.
Patrick Callaghan 15 acres, 29 perches; 24 acres, 2 rods, 15 perches; 9 pounds, 6 shillings, 6 pence.
John Callaghan 22 acres, 2 rods, 5 perches; 36 acres, 2 rods; 12 pounds, 15 shillings, 1 pence.
John Callaghan 4 acres, 1 rod, 24 perches; 7 acres, 20 perches. 2 pounds.
These men are certainly related but it is not clear how. Probably, the 2nd John is a son of one of the other as he has a small plot of land. In the 1832 Tithe Applotment, there is a Patrick listed in Behy, but no men named John. There are two other men there named Frank and Daniel in 1832.4 
Land1857 Crossmolina Parish, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Tithe Applotment was a tax on occupiers of land that was used to support the Church of Ireland. This caused great unrest among the Catholic population. The tax was determined by the quality of the land. In 1833, on the land owned by Wm. Orme, Esq., in Behy, Crossmolina Parish, Killalla Diocese, County Mayo, three Callaghan men are listed. It appears that Frank Callaghan is the main leaseholder in Behy as he is listed first, and then the applotment lists him and 4 other tenants. Frank would probably have been responsible for collecting the tithes from these men. It is possible that Frank was the father of Patrick and Daniel, and maybe Daniel was the older son as he had better land. Or it is possible that the three were brothers and that Frank had the most land because he was the oldest of the three. The assessment was divided into two parts - land that was titheable and that which was non-titheable, assumably based on the quality of the land. The acreage was given in Irish measurements (multipy by 1.62 to get standard acres). These are the Tithes listed:

Frank Callaghan:
Titheable:
Quantities in Detail: 35 acres - Quality - appears to say ara & Pe (arable?) Real Acreable Value: 17 shillings, 6 pence
10 ac., 30 perches - Quality - same as above Real Acreable Value: 15 shillings
3 ac., 1 rod, 20 per. - Quality - Sandied Moor Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings, 6 pence
3 ac., 10 perches - Quality - Bottom Pe Real Acreable Value: 2 shillings
Total Quanity in Holding: 51 acres, 2 rods, 20 perches
Untitheable:
7 acres, 3 rods, 10 perches Quality: Bog
Applotment:
Frank Callaghan #283
Titheable Rents Paid: 16 p, 13s, 4 Untitheable Rents Paid: 17 s, 11 and a half p.
Pat Callaghan #284
Titheable Rents Paid: 8 p, 10s, 0 Untitheable Rents Paid: 9 s, 1 and three fourths p.
Dan'l. Callaghan #285
Titheable Rents Paid: 12 p, 15s, 1 Untitheable Rents Paid: 13 s, 8 and three fourths p.5 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, Database "Ireland Census Search Forms 1841 and 1851". This was a form completed in 1921 for those applying for Old Age Pension between 1915 and 1921 to prove that they were 70 years of age or older when birth registrations were not available. Hugh Callaghan had such a form completed on 30 July 1921. It states: Application #21 4862, Hugh Callaghan, of Behy, Crossmolina, Mayo. Parents named John and Mary Callaghan (nee Rowane). In 1851, Hugh was living in Behy, Crossmolina Parish, Tirawley Baroney, County Mayo.
  3. [S905] Find My Past, online www.findmypast.com, Database "Ireland Census Search Forms 1841 and 1851". This was a form completed in 1921 for those applying for Old Age Pension between 1915 and 1921 to prove that they were 70 years of age or older when birth registrations were not available. John Hegarty had such a form completed on 12 March 1917. It states: Application #17 2270, John Hegarty, of Carrowkeel, Lahardane, Mayo. Parents named Edward and Ellen Hegarty (nee Perkins). In 1841 or 1851(date not specified), John was living in Doonoroya, Addergoole Parish, Tirawley Barony, County Mayo.
  4. [S1220] Landed Estate Records, Database online at www.findmypast.com.
  5. [S1222] Griffith's Valuation Listing for Patrick and John Callaghan in Behy, County Mayo, Ireland: There are two Callaghans listed in the Griffith's Valuation for Behy (Ordance S. 20):
    Lot 4a: Patrick Callaghan, lessor Godfrey Featherstone, Land and House, 24 acres, 16 perches.
    Rateable Annual Valuation:
    Land: 9 pounds, 5 shillings
    Buildings: 5 shillings
    Total: 10 pounds
    Lot 4a: John Callaghan, lessor Godfrey Featherstone, Land, House, Office, 52 acres, 1 rod, 14 perches.
    Rateable Annual Valuation:
    Land: 18 pounds, 5 shillings
    Buildings: 15 shillings
    Total: 19 pounds
    Note: It appears that Godfrey Featherstone is the new owner of the land that was sold by William Orme in 1852., http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/
  6. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Marriage Record Extract for Hugh Callaghan of Moygownagh and Catherine Farrell of Breaffy, 06 March 1886 in Kilfian Church, Killal District, County Mayo. Hugh's father is John Callaghan, Catherine's is Frank Farrell, deceased.

John Callaghan1

(circa 1859 - )
Last EditedFeb 19, 2018
FatherJohn Callaghan1 b. s 1825
Name Variation John O'Callaghan 
Birthcirca 1859 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; This date is based on the 1911 Census.1,2 
(Resident) Census1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan1 
(Resident) Census1911 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 60,male, farmer, married for 25 years, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, can read or write, 60, married 25 years, has had 4 children, all of them still living, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 52, farmer's brother, single, born Co. Mayo.
Francis, son, Catholic, can read and write, 24, farmer's son, born Co. Mayo.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read and write, 22, farmer's daughter, born Co. Mayo.
Patrick, son, Catholic, can read and write, 16, scholar, born Co. Mayo, speaks English and Irish.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The neighbors are listed as John Gallagher and Wm. Fetherston.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 foul house, 1 Barn, 1 shed - total 7.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan2 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S1172] 1911 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives.ie, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.

John Callaghan1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedFeb 27, 2018
Name Variation John O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1800 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Land1852 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; In 1852, the Estate of William Henry Orme, of Abbeytown, County Mayo was put up for sale. During this time, it was usually because the Estate had gone bankrupt (maybe from the Potato Famine?). Orme owned over 5000 acres, mostly in the area north and west of Crossmolina. His holdings incuded the townland of Behy. This was called "Lot 3 - Part of Attyshane, called Ballyroe and Behy. In the Behy area, three Callaghan men are listed as tenants from year to year, determinable the 1st of November of each year. However, the 2nd John listed was a tenant for one year, certain until 1st of Novermber 1852.
Patrick Callaghan 15 acres, 29 perches; 24 acres, 2 rods, 15 perches; 9 pounds, 6 shillings, 6 pence.
John Callaghan 22 acres, 2 rods, 5 perches; 36 acres, 2 rods; 12 pounds, 15 shillings, 1 pence.
John Callaghan 4 acres, 1 rod, 24 perches; 7 acres, 20 perches. 2 pounds.
These men are certainly related but it is not clear how. Probably, the 2nd John is a son of one of the other as he has a small plot of land. In the 1832 Tithe Applotment, there is a Patrick listed in Behy, but no men named John. There are two other men there named Frank and Daniel in 1832.1 

Citations

  1. [S1220] Landed Estate Records, Database online at www.findmypast.com.

John Callaghan1

(say 1775 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Name Variation John O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1775 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Residence1806 Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; It is not clear what the relationship of these two are, but certainly seems that they are related (brothers, cousins, etc.); Principal=Dennis Callaghan1 
Court Case10 December 1806 On this date, the trial of 11 men "were indicted for that they on the 16th of November, 1806, wickedly, maliciously, and feloniously did conspire, confederate and agree together wilfully, fleoniously, and of their malice prepense, to kill and murder Thady Lavin, against the peace and statute." This was one of the trials of the "Threshers". This was a politically motivated group of Catholics who resisted the paying of tithes to the Church of Ireland, even when paid voluntarily to Catholic priests. Their chief called himself "Capt. Thresher" and his gangs used to trhrash or beat unmercifully all lcollectors of tithes and their clerks, as well as those who paid tithes.

This particular trial was for the murder of Thady Lavin who this group in Mayo believed to have informed upon them even though he was in sympathy with them. They lured he and his wife to a house where after several hours of drinking, beat him to death and wounded his wife. Two Callaghan men were indicted. Dennis was found guilty and sentenced to death because it appeared from testimony that he stood by and did nothing to help Lavin or his wife. John was found not guilty because he had left the house to "go fishing" and was not there when Lavin was killed.; Principal=Dennis Callaghan1 

Citations

  1. [S1227] T.B. Howell, Esquire and Thomas Jones Howell, Esq. , State Trials (Ireland), Vol. xxx (Being Vol. IX of the Continuation), 1806-1808; p.97-153.

Julia Callaghan1,2

(circa July 1891 - 12 July 1988)
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherHugh Callaghan1 b. c 1851, d. 10 Oct 1928
MotherCatherine Farrell1 b. c 1860, d. 29 Sep 1925

Family

(?) Hughes
Marriagecirca 1915 Principal=(?) Hughes4 
Name Variation Julia O'Callaghan 
Birthcirca July 1891 Behy, Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Civil Birth Record extract states ehe was born on 15 September 1891 which does not agree with the baptismal date. I suspect that they changed the date of birth when they registered the birth to be in compliance with the registration date limit.1,2,3 
Baptism19 July 1891 Moygownagh Civil Parish, Connacht Province, Ireland; Baptismal Extract states: Julia Callaghan, of Behy, Moygownagh Parish, Mayo, female, Catholic, father is Hugh Callaghan, mother is Catherine Farrell. Sponsors are Michael Moyles and Widow Mary Callaghan.2 
(Resident) Census1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan1 
Marriagecirca 1915 Principal=(?) Hughes4 
Married Name Hughes4 
Death12 July 1988 4 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Julia Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, daughter of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell baptised 19 July 1891.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Civil Birth Record Extract for Julia Callaghan of Behy, Crossmolina District, Mayo, daughter of Hugh Callaghan, farmer, and Catherine Farrell born 15 September 1891 and registered 17 November 1891.
  4. [S1225] Family History in North County Mayo, Ireland - Old Moygownagh Cemetery Headstones, online http://goldenlangan.com/graves-mgo.html, Stone states: In Loving Memory of Francis Callaghan, Behy, Died 13th June 1969. His Wife Belinda, Died 7th Feb. 1970. His son Patrick, Died 7th Aug. 1958. His Mother, Catherine, Died 29th Sept. 1925. and His Father Hugh Died 10th Oct. 1928. R.I.P. Erected by His Son Francis.

Mary Callaghan1

(15 May 1889 - 23 April 1941)
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherHugh Callaghan1 b. c 1851, d. 10 Oct 1928
MotherCatherine Farrell1 b. c 1860, d. 29 Sep 1925

Family

(?) Hallinan
Marriage Principal=(?) Hallinan6 
Name Variation Mary O'Callaghan 
Birth15 May 1889 Behy, Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Civil Birth Record extract states she was born on 24 August 1889 which does not agree with the baptismal date. I suspect that they changed the date of birth when they registered it on October 1, 1889, to be in compliance with the registration date limit. (May 15th is the date given in Philomena Callahan's tree.)1,2,3,4 
Baptism19 May 1889 Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Baptismal Extract states: Mary Callaghan, of Behy Bawn, Moygownagh Parish, Mayo, baptised on 19 May 1889, female, father is Hugh Callaghan, mother is Catherine Farrell. Sponsors are Patrick Kearney and Mrs. Bridget Kearney.2 
(Resident) Census1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan1 
(Resident) Census1911 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 60,male, farmer, married for 25 years, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, can read or write, 60, married 25 years, has had 4 children, all of them still living, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 52, farmer's brother, single, born Co. Mayo.
Francis, son, Catholic, can read and write, 24, farmer's son, born Co. Mayo.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read and write, 22, farmer's daughter, born Co. Mayo.
Patrick, son, Catholic, can read and write, 16, scholar, born Co. Mayo, speaks English and Irish.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The neighbors are listed as John Gallagher and Wm. Fetherston.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 foul house, 1 Barn, 1 shed - total 7.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan5 
Married Name Hallinan6 
Marriage Principal=(?) Hallinan6 
Death23 April 1941 4 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Mary Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, County Mayo, address Behy Bawn, daughter of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell baptised 19 May 1889.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Civil Birth Record Extract for Mary Callaghan of Behy, Crossmolina District, Mayo, daughter of Hugh Callaghan, farmer, and Catherine Farrell born 24 August 1889 and registered 01 October 1889.
  4. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."
  5. [S1172] 1911 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives.ie, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  6. [S1225] Family History in North County Mayo, Ireland - Old Moygownagh Cemetery Headstones, online http://goldenlangan.com/graves-mgo.html, Stone states: In Loving Memory of Francis Callaghan, Behy, Died 13th June 1969. His Wife Belinda, Died 7th Feb. 1970. His son Patrick, Died 7th Aug. 1958. His Mother, Catherine, Died 29th Sept. 1925. and His Father Hugh Died 10th Oct. 1928. R.I.P. Erected by His Son Francis.

Maureen (Marion) Callaghan1

(30 June 1921 - )
Last EditedMar 2, 2018
FatherFrancis Callaghan1 b. 6 Sep 1887, d. 13 Jun 1969
MotherBelinda Connor1 b. 1889, d. 7 Feb 1970

Family

Patrick Smith
Marriage New York, United States; Principal=Patrick Smith1 
Name Variation O'Callaghan 
Birth30 June 1921 Behy, Crossmolina Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Married Name Smith1 
Marriage New York, United States; Principal=Patrick Smith1 

Citations

  1. [S1224] Philomena Callahan, "Callaghan Family Tree online at My Heritage Website."

Michael Callaghan1

(say 1860 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Name Variation Michael O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1860 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Court Case12 April 1886 Connacht Province, Ireland; Petty Sessions Court record indicates that James Rafferty, Const. of Ballina, Complainant and Michael Callaghan of Behy, Defendant. That Defendant was drunk on the public street of Ballina in the County of Mayo on the 12th of April 1886. Dispostion is hard to read but it says he is to pay the fine of one shilling with...."1 
Residence12 April 1886 Behy, Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 

Citations

  1. [S1230] Michael O'Callaghan vs. Constable of Ballina, Petty Sessions Order Books CSPS 1/480 for the County Mayo, Ireland, April 13, 1886, published online at FindMyPast.com.

Michael Callaghan1

(say 1845 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
Name Variation Michael O'Callaghan 
Birthsay 1845 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland1 
Court Case30 March 1869 Behy, Moygawnagh Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Registry of Dog License Book lists: #415, Mich. Callaghan of Behy receiving a dog license for a black sheepdog.2 
Court Case16 July 1872 Connacht Province, Ireland; Petty Sessions Court record indicates that Michael Callaghan of Behy, Compainant and John Langan of Ballina, Defendant. That Defendant assaulted complt. at Ballina in said Co. on the 13th July 1872. The disposition states "adjourned at the request of Deft."3 
Court Case31 March 1876 Connacht Province, Ireland; Registry of Dog License Book lists: #1043, Mich. Callaghan of Behy receiving a dog license for a black and white sheepdog.1 
Residence31 March 1876 Moygawnagh Parish, Connacht Province, Ireland1 

Citations

  1. [S1232] Michael O'Callaghan for a Dog License Application, Petty Sessions Dog License Registers CSPS 2/0038 for the County Mayo, Ireland, March 31, 1876, published online at FindMyPast.com.
  2. [S1234] Michael O'Callaghan for a Dog License Application, Petty Sessions Dog License Registers CSPS 2/0038 for the County Mayo, Ireland, March 30, 1869, published online at FindMyPast.com.
  3. [S1233] Michael O'Callaghan vs. John Langan, Petty Sessions Order Books CSPS 1/448 for the County Mayo, Ireland, July 16, 1872, published online at FindMyPast.com.

Patrick Callaghan1,2,3

(circa January 1895 - )
Last EditedMar 13, 2018
FatherHugh Callaghan1,3 b. c 1851, d. 10 Oct 1928
MotherCatherine Farrell1,3 b. c 1860, d. 29 Sep 1925
Name Variation Patrick O'Callaghan 
Birthcirca January 1895 Behy, Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; The Civil Birth Record extract states he was born on 13 April 1895 which does not agree with the baptismal date. I suspect that they changed the date of birth when they registered it on 25 June 1895, to be in compliance with the registration date limit.1,4 
Baptism18 January 1895 Moygownagh Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Baptismal Extract states: Patrick Callaghan, of Behy, Moygownagh Parish, Mayo, baptized 18 January 1895 male, Catholic, father is Hugh Callaghan, mother is Catherine Farrell. Sponsors are not given.3,2 
(Resident) Census1901 Behy, Crossmolina North, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 40,male, farmer, married, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, 41, farmer's wife, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 30, farmer, not married, born Co. Mayo, speaks only English.
Frank, son, Catholic, can read or write, 10, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
July, daughter, Catholic, can read or write, 8, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
Patt, son, Catholic, can read or write, 6, attending school, born Co. Mayo, speaks English.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The form was completed on April 11th. The neighbor is listed as William Gallagher.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggery, 1 shed - total 6.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan1 
(Resident) Census1911 Crossmolina North, Connacht Province, Ireland; Listing for:
Hugh Callaghan, head of family, Catholic, can read and write, 60,male, farmer, married for 25 years, born County Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
Catherine, wife, Catholic, can read or write, 60, married 25 years, has had 4 children, all of them still living, born Co. Mayo, speaks Irish & English.
John, brother, Catholic, cannot read, 52, farmer's brother, single, born Co. Mayo.
Francis, son, Catholic, can read and write, 24, farmer's son, born Co. Mayo.
Mary, daughter, Catholic, can read and write, 22, farmer's daughter, born Co. Mayo.
Patrick, son, Catholic, can read and write, 16, scholar, born Co. Mayo, speaks English and Irish.
The House & Building Return states:
It is a Private Dwelling with 6 outbuildings or farm buildings and the house is inhabited. Walls are Grade 1 (stone, brick or concrete); Roof is Grade 0 (thatch, wood, or other material), two rooms, three windows in front. Total points - 6, Grade 2 house, with only one family leaving there. It then states that there are 3 rooms occupied by one family (it says 2 rooms in an earlier column). The neighbors are listed as John Gallagher and Wm. Fetherston.
The Return of Out-Offices and Farm Steadings states:
1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 foul house, 1 Barn, 1 shed - total 7.; Principal=Hugh Callaghan5 
Residence Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland; Philomena Callaghan believes that Patrick moved to Dublin. 

Citations

  1. [S1171] 1901 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives/pages/1901, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Civil Birth Record Extract for Patrick Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, son of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell born 13 April 1895 and registered 25 June 1895.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Patrick Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, son of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell baptised 18 January 1895.
  4. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptismal Record Extract for Patrick Callaghan of Moygownagh Parish, address Behy, son of Hugh Callaghan and Catherine Farrell born 13 April 1895 and baptised 25 June 1895.
  5. [S1172] 1911 Ireland Census, online www.census.nationalarchives.ie, County Mayo, Crossmolina North, Behy. Listing for Hugh and Catherine Callaghan, their children and his brother, John.