Emma Louise Bowen1

(circa 1878 - )
Last EditedJul 19, 2006

Family

William Henry Winter b. 1875
Marriage1 April 1899 Durley, South East England, England; William Henry Winter, labourer, of Durley, age 23, son of Henry Winter, labourer; and Emma Louise Bowen, domestic servant of Hove, Sussex, age 21, daughter of Thomas Bowen, private in Hampshire Regime (?).; Principal=William Henry Winter1 
Children
Birthcirca 1878 Portsmouth, Hampshire County, South East England, England1,2 
Married Name1 April 1899 Winter1 
Marriage1 April 1899 Holy Cross Anglican Church, Durley, Hampshire County, South East England, England; William Henry Winter, labourer, of Durley, age 23, son of Henry Winter, labourer; and Emma Louise Bowen, domestic servant of Hove, Sussex, age 21, daughter of Thomas Bowen, private in Hampshire Regime (?).; Principal=William Henry Winter1 

Citations

  1. [S435] E-mail Message. From Durley History Society (Durley, Hampshire, England) - their transcriptions of Holy Cross Church records of Durley.
  2. [S516] 1901 UK Census, online www.ancestry.com, Hampshire Co., Durley, District 2, p. 1.

Bridget Boyle1

(1818 - 6 July 1902)
Last EditedJan 18, 2015

Family

John Rourke b. 1814, d. 26 Nov 1894
Marriage Leinster Province, Ireland; Principal=John Rourke1 
Married Name Rourke1 
Marriage County Wicklow, Leinster Province, Ireland; Principal=John Rourke1 
Birth1818 Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Death6 July 1902 Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada1 
Burial6 July 1902 St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Bridget is buried with her husband John. The stone states:

also his wife Bridget Boyle
died July 6, 1902 / ae 84 yrs.

Natives of C. Wicklow, Ireland.1 

Citations

  1. [S343] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. Peter's Cemetery, London, Ont., Section AA, Row 43, Grave #23.

Rosina Braendle1,2

(4 December 1857 - 26 March 1945)
Last EditedAug 12, 2018

Family 1

(?) Smith
Marriage Principal=(?) Smith3 

Family 2

John O'Callaghan b. 10 Feb 1836, d. 8 May 1920
Marriage12 August 1916 Clare, Michigan, United States; "John O'Callaghan, 77, white, residing in Clare, Michigan, born Ireland, feed barn proprieter, son of John O'Callaghan and Bridget Siren (sic), married once before, married on 12 August 1916 in Clare, MI by Charles A. Thurston, Justice of the Peace. Bride was Rosy Smith, 54, white, residing in Clare, born Oak Harbor, Ohio, housekeeper, daughter of George Braendle and Mary Zink, married twice before. Witnesses were Carlos A. Reading and James F. Tatman both of Clare.; Principal=John O'Callaghan3 
Name Variation Rosy Brindley2 
Birth4 December 1857 Oak Harbour, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States1,3 
Married Name Smith3 
Marriage Principal=(?) Smith3 
(Witness) CensusApril 1910 3rd Street, Clare, Clare County, Michigan, United States; Listing: Rosa Smith, head, female, white, 46, divorced, had one child, not living, born Ohio, father born Ohio, mother born Germany, native tongue is English, Keeps boarders and rooms, can read and write, owns her own house, free of mortgage.
John Calahan, boarder, male, white, 67, widowed, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, emigrated in 1880, English speaker, Keeper of Feed Barn on own account, can read and write.; Principal=John O'Callaghan4 
Married Name12 August 1916 O'Callaghan3 
Marriage12 August 1916 Clare, Clare County, Michigan, United States; "John O'Callaghan, 77, white, residing in Clare, Michigan, born Ireland, feed barn proprieter, son of John O'Callaghan and Bridget Siren (sic), married once before, married on 12 August 1916 in Clare, MI by Charles A. Thurston, Justice of the Peace. Bride was Rosy Smith, 54, white, residing in Clare, born Oak Harbor, Ohio, housekeeper, daughter of George Braendle and Mary Zink, married twice before. Witnesses were Carlos A. Reading and James F. Tatman both of Clare.; Principal=John O'Callaghan3 
(Witness) Census5 January 1920 109 E. Third Street, Clare, Clare County, Michigan, United States; Listing: John O'Callaghan, head owns his house, free of mortgage, male, white, 82, married, emigrated in 1832, naturalized in 1890, can read and write, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, not employed.
Rosa, wife, white, 58, can read and write, born Ohio, parents born Germany, not employed.; Principal=John O'Callaghan5 
(Witness) Death8 May 1920 Clare, Michigan, United States; The death certificate states states: In the city of Clare, Clare County, Michigan, John O'Callaghan of 3rd Street, 2nd Ward died on May 8, 1920 at 5 am. He was male, white, married to Rosa Smith and was born on 10 February 1836, and was 84 years, 2 months, 28 days old. He was a Feed Barn Proprieter, born in Ireland to John O'Callahan (born Ireland) and Bridget Syrne (sic) also born in Ireland. Informant was Mrs. John O'Callahan of Clare, Michigan. Medical Certificate states that John was cared for from May 2 to May 8th and was last seen by Dr. Sanford on May 7th. The cause of death was chronic interstitial nephritis of indefinite duration secondary to chronic prostatitis. Burial was on 11 May 1920 in Clare and Undertaker was J. Doherty."; Principal=John O'Callaghan6 
Death26 March 1945 Clare, Michigan, United States2 
BurialMarch 1945 Cherry Grove Cemetery, Clare, Clare County, Michigan, United States7 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015. Listing for Rosy O'Callaghan (Rosy O. Brindley), born 04 Dec 1857 in Oak Harbor, Ohio, died 26 March 1945, Clare, Clare, Michigan, Daughter of George Brindly and Marie Zink, File #002380.
  3. [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. Description : 1916 Alcona - Genesee. Marriage registration for John O'Callaghan and Rosy Smith, married 12 August 1917.
  4. [S503] 1910 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Clare Ward 2, Clare, Michigan; Roll: T624_642; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 0029; FHL microfilm: 1374655. Listing for Rosa Smith and John Calahan.
  5. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Clare, Clare, Michigan; Roll: T625_760; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 137. Listing for John OCallaghan and his wife, Rosa.
  6. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
    Death Registration for John O'Callaghan, born 10 February 1836 and died 08 May 1920. Ancestry Image #2189 of 3076.
  7. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Listing and Image of Gravestone for Rosy O'Callaghan, born 4 Dec 1857 in Oak Harbor, Ohio and died 26 March 1945, Clare, Michigan. Buried in Cherry Grove Cemetery in Clare. Stone states only: Rosy O'Callaghan 1857-1944 (not 1945 as the Death Cerificate states). She is the only O'Callaghan in this cemetery listed.

Constance Catherine Brain1

Last EditedMar 8, 2017

Family

William Davern b. 12 Aug 1921, d. 17 May 1962
Marriage Principal=William Davern1 
Married Name Davern1 
Marriage Principal=William Davern1 

Citations

  1. [S1094] Spectator, May 17, 1962.

Elizabeth Teresa Brazill1

Last EditedDec 7, 2019

Family

Frederick Mullen
Marriage Principal=Frederick Mullen1 
Child
Marriage Principal=Frederick Mullen1 
Married Name Mullen1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Roman Catholic Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1760-1923 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Parish Register for Saint Mary, Toronto, Ontario; baptism of Frederick Ambrose Mullen, son of Frederick Ambrose Mullen and Elizabeth Teresa Brazill, baptized July 25, 1886; born July 12, 1886.

Alexander Jerome Brennan1,2

(8 September 1908 - 10 May 1960)
Last EditedAug 7, 2017

Family

Helen Syron b. c 1907, d. 30 Jan 1985
Marriage7 December 1951 Carbondale, Pennsylvania, United States; Principal=Helen Syron1,2 
Birth8 September 1908 Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States1 
Marriage7 December 1951 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States; Principal=Helen Syron1,2 
Death10 May 1960 St. Joseph Hospital, Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States1 
Burial13 May 1960 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Cemetery, Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States; Joseph T. Syron and Helen R. Syron.1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission; Pennsylvania, USA; Certificate Number Range: 046501-049200. Death Certificate #47480 for Alex J. Brennan, spouse of Helen Syron, died 10 May 1960, Carbondale, Pennsylvania, USA. Ancestry Image #1531 of 4589.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family Tree of fantonucci1, located at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/6785516/…; accessed 07 August 2017.

Catherine Brennan1

(say 1900 - )
Last EditedOct 18, 2017

Family

Michael Bryan b. c May 1897
Marriage1 March 1930 Manchester, North West England, England; Principal=Michael Bryan1 
Birthsay 1900 1 
Married Name1 March 1930 Bryan1 
Marriage1 March 1930 St. Alban's Catholic Church of Ancoats, Manchester, Lancashire, North West England, England; Principal=Michael Bryan1 

Citations

  1. [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. This transcription also gives information about his marriage to Catherine Brennan, 01 March 1930.

Joseph Brennan1

(16 April 1899 - June 1983)
Last EditedAug 7, 2017

Family

Florence Syron b. 21 May 1908
Marriage Principal=Florence Syron1 
Birth16 April 1899 Carbondale, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States1 
Marriage Principal=Florence Syron1 
DeathJune 1983 Carbondale, Pennsylvania, United States1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family Tree of fantonucci1, located at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/6785516/…; accessed 07 August 2017.

Frederick Briggs1

(say 1850 - )
Last EditedFeb 25, 2007

Family

Frances Taylor b. s 1850
Marriagebefore 1880 Principal=Frances Taylor1 
Child
  • Ethel Mary Briggs2
Birthsay 1850 2 
Marriagebefore 1880 Principal=Frances Taylor1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Original Source: Copy of Marriage License for William John Squibb and Ethel Mary Briggs posted online.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Original Source: Copy of Marriage License posted online.

Anastatia Britt1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedMay 6, 2018

Family

John Minogue b. s 1800
Marriage Principal=John Minogue1 
Child
Birthsay 1800 Ireland1 
Marriage Principal=John Minogue1 
Married Name Minogue1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Baptism of Thomas Minoge (sic), 02 April 1825, in Danesfort Parish, County Kilkenny, Ireland.

James Brose1

(1923 - 1987)
Last EditedJan 2, 2018

Family

Muriel Raasch b. 12 Apr 1922, d. 5 Dec 2004
Marriage Principal=Muriel Raasch1 
Birth1923 1 
Marriage Principal=Muriel Raasch1 
Death1987 1 

Citations

  1. [S435] E-mail Message. From Kathleen Brose (e-mail address) to Pat Balkcom Sept. 2008. Kathleen's mother-in-law was Muriel Raasch.

Ariel Rommel Brown1,2

(9 November 1926 - 19 December 2010)
Last EditedJun 27, 2020

Family

Theresa E. McMullen b. 28 May 1928, d. 13 Apr 2018
Marriage1951 Principal=Theresa E. McMullen1,3 
Birth9 November 1926 Cornhill, King's County, New Brunswick, Canada2 
Marriage1951 Principal=Theresa E. McMullen1,3 
Death19 December 2010 Mantua, Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States2 

Citations

  1. [S1185] Inquiirer, 22 April 1976, 14.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, From the tree of Scott Brown, who is a DNA Match with me (believe through the Minogue line). Ariel Brown was his great-grandfather. The tree was accessed in 11/2017 and can be found at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/111078020/…
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marriage Index, 1885-1951 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

Mary Brown1

Last EditedAug 5, 2017

Family

Martin Syron b. s 1825
Marriage4 March 1851 Addergoole Civil Parish, Connacht Province, Ireland; No witnesses are listed and I can't read the town of residence.; Principal=Martin Syron1 
Married Name4 March 1851 Syron1 
Marriage4 March 1851 Addergoole Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; No witnesses are listed and I can't read the town of residence.; Principal=Martin Syron1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Catholic Parish Registers, The National Library of Ireland; Dublin, Ireland; Microfilm Number: Microfilm 04229 / 01. County Mayo, Diocese of Killala, Parish of Addergoole Records 1840 - 1878; listing of marriage of Martin Syron to Mary Brown on 04 March 1851.

Mary Browne1

(say 1850 - )
Last EditedFeb 12, 2018

Family

Martin Syron b. s 1850
Marriage Ireland; Principal=Martin Syron1 
Child
Birthsay 1850 Ireland1 
Marriage Ireland; Principal=Martin Syron1 
Married Name Syron1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ireland, Select Catholic Marriage Registers, 1775-1912 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data: Celtic Catholic Registers. Digitized images. Dublin, Ireland: E-Celtic, Limited. Listing for the Marriage of Joanes Fany and Maria Syron of Bracklagh, daughter of Martin and Maria Browne , married 24 February 1903, parish records for County Mayo, Parish of Addergoole, 1903. Ancestry Image #42 of 62 in this database.

Bridget Bryan1

(26 December 1902 - )
Last EditedOct 16, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth26 December 1902 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; The church record states she was born on the 26th, the civil record states the 27th. The Civil Record was registered in person by the father on the 12th of January 1903.1,2 
Baptism28 December 1902 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Brigid Bryan, of Brigidswell, female, of Patrick Brien and Mary Manogue, Catholic, was born on 26 December 1902 and baptized on 28 December 1902 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Thomas Manogue and Ellen Manogue.; Witness=Ellen Manouge1 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Civil Birth Record for Bridget Bryan, born 27 December 1902 and registered January 12, 1903 by the Father, Parish of Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

John Bryan1

(circa April 1891 - )
Last EditedOct 18, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birthcirca April 1891 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism21 April 1891 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: John Bryan, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Bryan and Mary Manogue, Catholic, on 21 April 1891 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Peter Moore and Brigid Wall.1 
(Resident) Census1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Ballycallan Civil 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

John Bryan1

(9 October 1904 - )
Last EditedOct 18, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth9 October 1904 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Civil Birth Record states that John Bryan was born on the 09 March 1904 in Bridgetswell, Tullaroan District, County Kilkenny. Father was Patrick Bryan, farmer, and mother was Mary Minogue. Father was present and registered the birth on December 21, 1904.1 
Note This child does not appear in the 1911 Census - had he died or was he living with another familly.2 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

Margaret Bryan1

(8 April 1907 - )
Last EditedOct 16, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth8 April 1907 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Civil Birth Record states that Margaret Bryan was born on the 08 April 1907 in Bridgetswell, Tullaroan District, County Kilkenny. Father was Patrick Bryan, farmer, and mother was Mary Manogue. Father was present and registered the birth on April 22, 1907.1,2 
Baptism9 April 1907 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Margaret Bryan, of Brigidswell, female, of Patrick Bryan and Mary Manogue, Catholic, was born on 08 April 1907 and baptized on 09 April 1907 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were John Saunders and Ellen Butler.1 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Civil Birth Record for Margaret Bryan, born 08 April 1907 and registered April 22, 1907 by the Father, Parish of Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

Mary Bryan1

(25 June 1895 - )
Last EditedOct 16, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth25 June 1895 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism26 June 1895 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Mary Brien, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Brien and Mary Manogue, Catholic, born on 25 June 1895 and baptized on 26 June 1895 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Laurence Kealy and Kate Manogue.; Witness=Catherine Minogue1 
(Resident) Census1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Ballycallan Civil 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

Michael Bryan1

(circa May 1897 - )
Last EditedOct 18, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911

Family

Catherine Brennan b. s 1900
Marriage1 March 1930 Manchester, North West England, England; Principal=Catherine Brennan4 
Birthcirca May 1897 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism26 May 1897 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Michael Brien, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Brien and Mary Manogue, Catholic, baptized on 26 May 1897 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were John Manogue and Kate Banum. also states that he married Catherine Brennan on March 1st, 1930 at St. Albans, Ancoats, Manchester.; Witness=John Manogue1 
(Resident) Census1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Ballycallan Civil 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 
Marriage1 March 1930 St. Alban's Catholic Church of Ancoats, Manchester, Lancashire, North West England, England; Principal=Catherine Brennan4 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  4. [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. This transcription also gives information about his marriage to Catherine Brennan, 01 March 1930.

Patrick Bryan1

(circa 1861 - )
Last EditedOct 18, 2017

Family

Mary Minogue b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Marriage7 October 1885 Ballycallan Civil 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=Mary Minogue1 
Children
Birthcirca 1861 County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; This date and place of birth is based on information in the 1901 Census.1,2 
Residence7 October 1885 Rossdama, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Marriage7 October 1885 Ballycallan Civil 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=Mary Minogue1 
(Witness) Deathbefore 1901 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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 Civil 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 Bryan2,3 
Census1901 Ballycallan Civil 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.; Resident=Mary Minogue, Resident=Richard Bryan, Resident=John Bryan, Resident=Mary Bryan, Resident=Michael Bryan, Resident=Nicholas Bryan, Witness=Ellen Manouge2 
(Witness) Deathcirca 1902 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 Bryan2,4 
(Witness) Deathbetween 1907 and 1911 Ballycallan Civil Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Patrick is listed as a widow in the 1911 Census.; Principal=Mary Minogue5 
CensusApril 1911 Ballycallan Civil 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Resident=Richard Bryan, Resident=John Bryan, Resident=Mary Bryan, Resident=Michael Bryan, Resident=Bridget Bryan, Resident=Margaret Bryan5 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [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.
  4. [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.
  5. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  6. [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.
  7. [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.
  8. [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.
  9. [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.
  10. [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.
  11. [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.
  12. [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.
  13. [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.
  14. [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.
  15. [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.

Patrick Bryan1

(30 April 1893 - before 1901)
Last EditedOct 18, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth30 April 1893 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism1 May 1893 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Patrick Bryan, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Bryan and Mary Manogue, Catholic, born on 30 April 1893 and baptized on 1 May 1893 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Thomas Walsh and Mary Moore.1 
Deathbefore 1901 Ballycallan Civil Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Patrick is not listed on the 1901 Census with his family so it appears that he had possibly died.; Witness=Patrick Bryan, Witness=Mary Minogue2 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

Patrick Bryan1

(circa February 1899 - before 1901)
Last EditedOct 18, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birthcirca February 1899 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism14 February 1899 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Patrick Brien, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Brien and Mary Manogue, Catholic, baptized on 14 February 1899 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Michael Healy and Ellen Nolan.1 
Deathbefore 1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil 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.; Witness=Patrick Bryan, Witness=Mary Minogue2,3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [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.

Richard Bryan1

(17 May 1889 - )
Last EditedOct 16, 2017
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Bryan1 b. c 1861
MotherMary Minogue1 b. 10 Feb 1867, d. bt 1907 - 1911
Birth17 May 1889 Brigidswell, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland1 
Baptism18 May 1889 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Baptismal Record: Richard Bryan, of Brigids Well, male, of Patrick Bryan and Mary Manogue, Catholic, born on 17 May 1889 and baptized on 18 May 1889 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Phillip Walsh and Bridget Manogue.; Witness=Bridget Manogue1 
(Resident) Census1901 Toberbreedia, Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, 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 
(Resident) CensusApril 1911 Ballycallan Civil 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, 50, male, farmer, widowed, born Co. Kilkenny
Richard, son, read and write, 20, farmer's son
John, son, read and write, 19, farmer's son
Mary, daughter, read and write, 16
Michael, son, read and write, scholar, 15
Bridget, daughter, read and write, scholar, 8
Margaret, daughter, read and write, 4

The House and Building Form states that the House is built and is an inhabited private dwelling with 4 outbuildings. The walls are made of stone or brook or concrete and the roof is of a 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 Michael Kealy, and Pete Moore. His outbuildings are listed as a stable, a cow house, a barn and a shed.; Principal=Patrick Bryan3 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1901 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick and Mary Bryan, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.
  3. [S997] Archives of Ireland, online www.nationalarchives.ie, 1911 Census of Ireland. Listing for Patrick Bryan, widow, and his family, Kilkenny County, Ballycallan, Toberbreadia.

Harry J. Bryant1

(25 October 1870 - )
Last EditedAug 12, 2017

Family

Mary Syron b. 15 Sep 1877
Marriage23 February 1909 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States; Marriage License Application #51925 for Harry J. Bryant, born in Plymouth, on 25 October 1870, engineer, residing in Plymouth, not married before. Mary Syron, born in Ireland on 15 Sept. 1877, residing in Wilkes-Barre, domestic. License issued on 23 February 1909 and married on the same day by Rev. J. J. O'Malley in Wilkes-Barre.; Principal=Mary Syron1 
Birth25 October 1870 Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States1 
Marriage23 February 1909 Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States; Marriage License Application #51925 for Harry J. Bryant, born in Plymouth, on 25 October 1870, engineer, residing in Plymouth, not married before. Mary Syron, born in Ireland on 15 Sept. 1877, residing in Wilkes-Barre, domestic. License issued on 23 February 1909 and married on the same day by Rev. J. J. O'Malley in Wilkes-Barre.; Principal=Mary Syron1 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9PR3-JVS : 16 December 2016), Luzerne > Marriage license applications, Nov 1908-Aug 1911, vol 31-33, no 51035-59554 > image 80 of 824; county courthouses, Pennsylvania. Marriage License Application #51925 for Harry J. Bryant and Mary Syron, Luzerne County, Penn., 15 September 1877.

Bridget Burke1

ChartsAncestors of Mary Ann Gibbons
(circa 1810 - circa 1838)
Last EditedDec 9, 2017
Relationship3rd great-grandmother of Patricia Ann Monogue

Family

Patrick Gibbons b. 16 Mar 1806, d. 26 Dec 1876
Marriagecirca 1829 Ireland; This marriage date is based on the birthdate of daughter, Mary.; Principal=Patrick Gibbons2 
Children
Married Name Gibbons1 
Birthcirca 1810  
Marriagecirca 1829 Ireland; This marriage date is based on the birthdate of daughter, Mary.; Principal=Patrick Gibbons2 
Deathcirca 1838 Ontario, Canada; The cause of death is not known but in a newspaper article written in 1938 about the family the death of an older daughter of Patrick's is discussed. There is the possiblity that this is a mistake and the information about the daughter's death is actually the story of Bridget's death. It could have been daughter, Honora, however, she would have only been three at the time. Anyway, the story is that this person was poisoned by eating blood root in mistake for pepper of krinkle root, a spicy edible root dug up under wet leaves in the forest. This person is said to be buried in the Anglican Cemetery on the hilltop as you approach Newmarket from the west on Eagle Street. During this time, only 6 Catholic families lived in the Newmarket area and a Catholic cemetery had not yet been built.; Witness=Patrick Gibbons2,3 

Citations

  1. [S388] Ingersoll Catholic Register: Transcribed by Priest and sent to Patricia Balkcom.
  2. [S453] "Paddy's Peak."
  3. [S1081] The Banner, April 4, 1938.
  4. [S392] St. John's, Newmarket (published).
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Roman Catholic Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1760-1923 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original Data: Archdiocese of Ontario. Parish Register of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. Listing of marriage of John Gibbons and Elizabeth Callaghan, 08 October 1867. Ancestry Image #195 of 497 in this record.

Bridget Burke1

(say 1850 - )
Last EditedMar 2, 2018

Family

Hugh Syron b. s 1860
Marriagesay 1884 Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Hugh Syron1 
Children
Birthsay 1850 Ireland1 
Married Name Syron1 
Marriagesay 1884 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Hugh Syron1 
Residence29 August 1906 Derrymartin, Addergoole Civil Parish, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; Principal=Hugh Syron1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ireland, Select Catholic Marriage Registers, 1775-1912 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014.
    Original data: Celtic Catholic Registers. Digitized images. Dublin, Ireland: E-Celtic, Limited. Listing for the Marriage of Antonius Cawley and Cecelia Syron of Derrymartin, daughter of Hughonci and Brigida Burke , married 29 August 1906, parish records for County Mayo, Parish of Addergoole, 1906. Ancestry Image #52 of 62 in this database.
  2. [S1223] Addergoole Cemetery, online http://goldenlangan.com/graves-ad.html, Image of Gravestone in Addergoole Cemetery, Lahardane, County Mayo, Ireland that states: Hugh Syron, Derrymartin, Died 1920, Aged 56; His Wife, Bridget, Died July 1965, aged 84; Their Son Michael James, Died 1923, Aged 13. Erected by Son Niall.

Thomas Burret1

(say 1800 - )
Last EditedFeb 7, 2018

Family

Maria Gibbons b. s 1800
Marriage19 March 1828 Castlebar, Connacht Province, Ireland; "Thomas Burret to Maria Gibbons. Present Richard Gibbons and Maria Cassidy."; Principal=Maria Gibbons, Witness=Richard Gibbons1 
Birthsay 1800 County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland2 
Marriage19 March 1828 Castlebar, County Mayo, Connacht Province, Ireland; "Thomas Burret to Maria Gibbons. Present Richard Gibbons and Maria Cassidy."; Principal=Maria Gibbons, Witness=Richard Gibbons1 

Citations

  1. [S961] NLI, online http://registers.nli.ie, Catholic Parish Registers for County Mayo, Catlebar area, Diocese of Tuam; Microfilm #04214/01, page 18; Marriage listing for Thomas Burret and Maria Gibbons, 19 March 1828. Accessed on 2/7/2018 at https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000631981#page/18/…
  2. [S961] NLI, online http://registers.nli.ie, Catholic Parish Registers for County Mayo, Catlebar area, Diocese of Tuam; Microfilm #04214/01, page 18; Marriage listing for Thomas Burrett and Maria Gibbons, 19 March 1828. Accessed on 2/7/2018 at https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000631981#page/18/…

Margaret Butler1

(say 1815 - )
Last EditedNov 26, 2019

Family

Patrick Minogue b. c Mar 1823
Marriage17 April 1842 Ballycallan Civil Parish, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Patt Menouge (sic) of Ballyfrunk, Catholic, married Citty (nickname for Catherine) Butler, Catholic on 17 April 1842 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Thomas Menouge and Bridget Slattery.
(I cannot see the original record online, however, I wonder if there is a transcription error on the part of RootsIreland.ie or in the original record by the priest. The transcription states that the name of the bride was Catherine Butler, however, in three subsequent baptismal records, the first one a year and a half after the marriage, the name of the mother is listed as Margaret Butler. For now, I am making the assumption that Catherine and Margaret are the same person as there are no other marriages for Patrick Minogue in the early 1840s and no baptisms for a child with the name of the mother as Catherine Butler.); Groom=Patrick Minogue, Witness=Thomas Menougue1 
Children
Name Variation Citty Menouge1 
Name Variation Catherine Butler; See note under "marriage" information.2 
Birthsay 1815 2 
Marriage17 April 1842 Ballycallan Civil Parish, County Kilkenny, Leinster Province, Ireland; Transcription of Church Marriage Record: Patt Menouge (sic) of Ballyfrunk, Catholic, married Citty (nickname for Catherine) Butler, Catholic on 17 April 1842 in the Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, Catholic, County Kilkenny. Sponsors were Thomas Menouge and Bridget Slattery.
(I cannot see the original record online, however, I wonder if there is a transcription error on the part of RootsIreland.ie or in the original record by the priest. The transcription states that the name of the bride was Catherine Butler, however, in three subsequent baptismal records, the first one a year and a half after the marriage, the name of the mother is listed as Margaret Butler. For now, I am making the assumption that Catherine and Margaret are the same person as there are no other marriages for Patrick Minogue in the early 1840s and no baptisms for a child with the name of the mother as Catherine Butler.); Groom=Patrick Minogue, Witness=Thomas Menougue1 
Married Name17 April 1842 Menougue1 
Married Name17 April 1842 Minogue1 

Citations

  1. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Marriage Record for Patrick Menougue (sic) of Ballyfrunk and Citty Butler, 17 April 1842, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  2. [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.
  3. [S904] Roots Ireland, online www.rootsireland.ie, Transcription of Church Baptism for Patrick Manogue, 29 January 1849, Parish of Ballycallan-Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Transcription provided by the Rothe House Trust of Kilkenny.
  4. [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.

William Bernard Butler1

(1925 - 2007)
Last EditedFeb 16, 2018

Family

Mary Elizabeth Doty b. 1929, d. 2016
Marriage Principal=Mary Elizabeth Doty1 
Birth1925 1 
Marriage Principal=Mary Elizabeth Doty1 
Death2007 1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Family Tree of the Doty Family, managed by Michael Doty accessed 2/16/2018 at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/117806972/…