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Richard Corrigan Papers – General Notes (County Carlow)

The following (thus far unedited!) pages are extracted from one of Richard Corrigan’s books and were transcribed as written by Maribeth Nolan in Nov/Dec 2012.


  1. Coleman – Castledermot

Benjamin COLEMAN and Mary (nee CORRIGAN)

Alice    Feb 17th 1791

m 7th May  Charles THORPE and Mary COLEMAN (nee CORRIGAN)

Gabriel   May 3rd 1807

Benjamin and Eliza COLEMAN   Palatine

Elizabeth Aug 1827


  1. Coleman – Castledermot

Marriages and Baptisms

William and Rachel COLEMAN


Samuel Benjamin COLEMAN   1851   17th Aug.

Elizabeth Anne    8th January

June 9th 1881   Samuel COLEMAN (Painter) and Barbara (Pagan)

William bapt. St. Marys Carlow 1884   book 13 page 43


  1. Coleman – Castledermot

Feb 16th 1757   Thomas COLEMAN ad Margaret (DOWLING)

1815   Edward COLEMAN and Martha COX

William MELLON and Eliza COLEMAN   1835

1842               Thomas COLEMAN and Elizabeth FOSTER

24th Jan 1860           Benjamin COLEMAN + Alicia THORNTON (Carlow Painter)

Mary Anne Sept 13th 1863            Dublin St. Carlow

Robert HENRY June 15th 1862

Rosanna COLEMAN + John WATCHORN                 12th October 1865


  1. Deaths, Marriages, Baptisms – Castledermot



Jan 3rd 1803             Charles THORPE   burial

Nov 16th 1775                       Mrs. Charles THORPE   burial

March 31st 1823      Bridget COLEMAN of Castledermot

Dec 1ST 1882             Ben COLEMAN burial age 94   b 1788


Marriages and Baptisms

Henry and Sarah COLEMAN   m Dec 3rd 1721

Florenta        Oct 9th 1723

Henry                        Dec 12th 1726

Mary              June 18th 1727

Samuel and Rose COLEMAN

William   July 11th 1802

Richard LOFTUS + Eliza COLEMAN   27th Feb 1854

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Charles MC KINNISS from Bona Bornia Scotland in 1722. In 1744 pressed into Army Grenadier Gards he was in the French and Indian Army War he was wounded near Pittsburgh.  He married Rachel CARR at 50 years

Charles lived in Pennsivalia  Eight children

Charles MCKINNISS farmer a large tract of land outside Hamden. He commissioned a young builder to erect a large brick house. He had been attracted by the coal industry. Frederick built  many houses in the area. When building the MCKINNISS house he met his daughter Sarah and were married 1st Jan 1888. They had 11 children. (Her parents. Sarah no. 8 / Fred was born 8 July 1854.

Wiegers? COOK had four children. Cord COOK was drowned about 1859

Sadie lived till 1951

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It is believed but not proven that William GILTRAPS parents at Elverstown were Richard GILTRAP of and Margaret WRIGHT a quaker from Ballitore. Family folklore states that Elverstown was burned down in 1798 and rebuilt. There was a protestant church built near by at Tipper Kevin (Tipperkevin was once a distinct parish in County Dublin) in 1830 of which only the gate piers remain. There was a pilgrim road from Tipper Kevin to Hollywood and on further to Glendalough. The GILTRAP families must have been parishioners of Hollywood Protestant Parish from the time they first arrived in the area, and were buried in due course in the churchyard of St. Kevin’s Church.

St. Kevins Church was built in 17th Century is stone roofed and slated.

William GILTRAP had three sons and eight daughters He died in 1828 leaving Elverstown first to his wife and then entailed to his son Richard.

Richard married Charlotte PIERSON in 18??. Not long after the birth of their son William Charlotte died.  Then in 18?? Richard married Sarah GRAHAM the daughter of George GRAHAM postmaster in Castledermot. Sarah took little William under her wing and in due course brought Richards family up to a grand total of eleven, five girls and six boys. One girl never married, of the others one had no children Ann who married Robert SMITH Liffey View had one daughter Polly.

Polly married the Rev. MULLEN of Bunbeg Co. Donegal. They had one girl and two boys, one of whom may have been a doctor in the Royal Navy in the second world war.

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Elverstown seems to have been tenanted by the GILTRAP family probably since or before 1750. The earliest GILTRAPS of which there is definite records were Henry and Anne GILSTROP of St. Catherines parish Dublin (1688) who baptized their son George in 1688. They came it was believed and indeed very likely from Scotland. They soon seem to have concentreated on the Wicklow area of Hollywood and Blessington, with at least one family establishing themselves in the village of Rathvilly.

Before 1800 there were at least four families well established in the area, one at Elverstown, one at Humphreystown (now almost surrounded by the artificial lake of Poulaphouca a third at Mullicagh (halfway between Hollywood and Annalecky and the fourth at Paulville Rathvilly near the estate of Geffrey DE PAUL M.P.

The GILTRAPS of Mullicagh seem to have been estate agents for the Marquis of Waterford as well as farm tenants from earliest times. The original GILTRAP house at Mullicagh was demolished about 20 years ago and a new bungalow built where a Mr. FOSTER lives a Dunlairn merchant.

Typical of what happened regularly in the early 1800’s a GILTRAP lady from Humphreystown married her cousin from Mullicagh – Robert GILTRAP married Mary Ann of Humphreystown. Before the last child of that marriage was born Robert and Mary Ann had moved into a Marquis of Waterford house at Rathatton. Greta the youngest child was born at Rathatton where she died 95 years later. Her mother lived to be 100.

William GILTRAP married Mu Anne BOOTHMAN of Blessington about 1788 and was resident in Elverstown, Anne BOOTHMAN was of the same family as the present Jack BOOTHMAN an president of G.A.A.


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Tullow C of I. graveyard

a monument to John HUMFREY of Killerig ob 1827 and his wife Mary Anne ob 1811 daughter Elias CAULFIELD BEST of Bestfield.

At Killerig burial ground a large walled in Enclosure has been built by the Humfrey family of Dublin.

HUMFREY    This Burial Place was enclosed by John HUMFREY of Dublin for the use of his family 1808. The Remains of an Amiable wife and five of their children were here interred to whom he hopes to be united in Happiness.

Staplestown              Erected by Jacob WHITE in Memory of his mother Anne WHITE (nee MALONE) she departed this life Feb 20th 1797 aged 45 years.

Payne                         Here lieth the body of George PAYNE son to John PAYNE of Leighlin Bridge who died Feb 1st 1791 aged 2 ½ years.

Sacred to the Honoured memory of a Beloved Husband Beauchamp URQUHART COLELOUGH (Colclough?) of Elm Grove departed this life April 8th 1845 aged 51 years.

To the Memory of Georgina BAGENAL wife of the late Philip BAGENAL of Benekerry House who died March 1st 1897 aged 82 years.

Old Leighlin Brid May 7th 1826      Ellen dau of William and Jane PAYNE Leighlin Bridge

Aug 5th 1827 Anne dau of John and Mary PAYNE   farmer

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Lieutenant James Alexander Corrigan

Visitors to the museum in Tullow may have noticed an old oil painting hanging on the end wall of the of Tullow museum of an army officer in wearing a red uniform.  Circumstantial evidence leads me to believe that this oil painting it was painted about 1813 and was of Lt. James Alexander CORRIGAN of Coppagh, Ballon, Co. Carlow. His older brother Thomas CORRIGAN and his wife Elizabeth (nee TOMLINSON) were farming at Coppagh at that time, while his father was running a shipping agency business on the Grand Canal Quay in Dublin.

James Alexander had joined the East York Militia 2nd May in 1810 at the age of 22, a non combatant force which were organized to help defend the British Isles in the event of a Napoleon (who had come to power in 1899) attempting an invasion. The Martello towers some 40 ft high were built in 1804 to help resist a sea borne invasion, (called after one which had been built at Martella Cape in Corsica and which had proved invincible to by the ships when bombarded by the guns of Admiral HOODS fleet in 1794.)

Napoleon had closed all continental ports to trade from British ships, leaving Portugal their old only access to the Continent. It was decided in England that an invading army should be sent to Portugal to join up with the Spanish underground army (Spain having been overrun by Napoleon) in 1805.

This war was to continue till the French were driven back out of Spain and defeated by Wellington in Toulouse in 1814 General Arthur Wellesley at Toulouse in 1814. Tolouse. So on 25th Dec 1813 James CORRIGAN decided to transferred to a fighting regiment – 71st Highland Foot regiment

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and was quickly sent out to join the troops under Wellesley in Spain. It was probably at this time he commissioned the oil painting or perhaps his father did knowing that he might never return. In the event he was commended for distinguished conduct at the battle of Tolouse, and survived the war. He returned to Ireland in 1815 and was put on half pay by the army.

On the 6th Feb 1815 he married in Aghade Church Alice TOMLINSON of Mill Park, Aghade, sister of his brother Thomas’s wife Elizabeth TOMLINSON.  Afterwards while in the army he served in Co.’s Carlow Wicklow Kildare and Dublin.

In 1832, having been given a block of land by the army as a gratuity in Tasmania himself and his wife and by then their seven children and servants. He arrived embarked on the “Sarah” to travel to in Van Diemenshand (Tasmania) where he arrived 14 October 1832.  In December 1832 he purchased 640 acres of land at Jerusalem later called Colesbrook.  In January 1833 he purchased an additional 640 acres. In Jun In May 1838 he requested to be permitted to commute his commission for a grant of land, and which this was granted.  This brought his property almost up to 2000 acres.  He brought out some furniture with him which included a grandfather clock probably from his fathers house in 26 Fitzwilliam Square.  This clock was damaged in the rough crossing to on the way out to Tasmania.  However it was repaired by an Irish convict and is still growing strong.  The wooden ranch house which he built on his property he called Altamont – no doubt at the suggestion of his wife who was probably thinking of home and their neighbor at home beside Mall Park the Rev. St. George the rector of Aghade who lived in Altamont at that time.

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In due course Lt. James had been issued a probation servant named John CASSIDY who had been sentenced to a 15 years deportation order from by a Court in Trim Co. Meath and came who came from Donoughmore Co. Meath.  He had come out on the ship “Egyptian”.  He told Lt. James his family had been left destitute in Ireland and he was anxious to have his family them brought out from Ireland, consisting which consisted of his wife Bridget CASSIDY, and Children ANNE 18, Peter 16, John 14, Mary 12, Matthew 10 from the Parish of Donoughmore and Roman Catholic.  On Nov 27th 1843, Lt. James wrote to the governors office in advising them that should the family be sent to this Colony, I hereby guarantee that they should will not become a burden to the Colonial Government.  (He must have been impressed by John CASSIDY.)

The Tasmanian census returns for 1842 show James CORRIGAN his wife and five children and three servants living at ALTAMONT.  The subsequent census for 1851 show James CORRIGAN still at Altamont with 18 other persons which included 9 servants, so it is probably probable that the CASSIDY’S had arrived by 1851 – it would be interesting if some one could check out this family of CASSIDYS from this end and see what is known of them now.

James eldest sister Mary had married Benjamin COLEMAN of Urglin in Aghade Church on March 16th 1790.  Their second daughter Mary COLEMAN married George COPE of Urglin about 1820.  George COPE was a custom officer in Dublin where they set up home.  George and Mary had about nine children of which about five went to Australia, one of these Alicia COPE married Lt. James CORRIGAN’S son John TOMLINSON CORRIGAN on January 1st 1851, while Charlotte Jane COPE married William Robert CORRIGAN.   Alicia ROPES Great grandson Robert Michael LEWIS of the Australian Police

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Lt. James CORRIGAN’S youngest son Frederick Thomas married Frances Mary LUTTRELL on December 27, 1872 and had four children.  Frances father could was descended from Edward LUTTRELL who arrived in Sydney in 1803 as Colonial Surgeon.  He moved with his family to Hobart in Tasmania 1818.  Dr. Edward LUTTRELL could trace his descent through the LUTTRELLS of Dunster Castle in Somerset England and back to Sir Geoffrey DE LUTTRELL of Gamston, Normanstown in Nottinghamshire who in 1207 bought the site and lands of Luttrellstown County Dublin.  On 31/02?/1851 His youngest daughter Mary Anne married William BROWNE of Broguestown Co. Kildare.  Not yet proven but thought to be a relative of the BROWNES who owned a Mill on the Burren at Paupish in Carlow in the middle of the last century and was sent to Cyprus for a six months tour of duty with the U.N.  After hi When the tour six months ended he came to Ireland with his wife who is also of Irish descent in October 1993?, and visited the Aghade area and met his Irish – by now distant cousins.

Back in Aghade on July 2nd 1845 Jane TOMLINSON age 22 niece of Lt. James TOMLINSON’S wife Alice married John ARUNDELL a publishers agent.  They subsequently had six children, three boys who died young and three girls.  The eldest girl Mary Adelaide born 31st October 1848 about 1872 she was later went on to marry Thomas CORRIGAN of Killerig House.  The ARUNDELL family at this time were hiring at Knockarda House Paynestown, on the Oak Park Estate or Burton Hall Estate.  It would seem that Mrs. ARUNDELL (nee TOMLINSON) had come into possession of the Lt. James CORRIGAN painting which probably after her death on Nov 6th 1897 was came went to Adelaide CORRIGAN her daughter living in Killerig, and subsequently to her son one of two sons who were married to two BURGESS sisters from the Lodge Tullow from and from where the painting has finally come to rest in the museum.


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In the name of God Amen I RICHARD ARUNDELL of the Castle in the Parish of Stroud in the Co.  of Gloucester, Clothier being in a pretty good state of health of sound mind memory and understanding (praised be to God) but calling to mind the uncertainty of this life doe make and an declare this my last will and testament in manner and form herein after mentioned (                  ) inpris?

I give and devise unto my loving wife SARAH all that my messuage (a dwelling house with its outoffices and adjoining lands) I now divide commonly called or known by the name of the Castle together with the outhouses backsides, garden, orchards, lands, Tenements, and herediterments whatever what so ever there to be longing or held there with to have and to hold the said messuage and all other premises with the apertances unto my said loving wife SARAH and her assigns for and during the time of her natural life and from and immediately afterwards her decease. I give and devise the said messuage and all other premises with the apertinences unto my son SAMUEL ARUNDELL his heirs and assignes for ever to and for the only proper life benefit and behooswe of him the said SAMUEL ARUNDELL his heirs and assigns forever.

Item, I give to my said wife the use of my cloth press, press papers, cloth shears, shear bonds, candles and of all my working tools, what so ever belonging to the clothing trade and also of my Silver Tankard for her life and after her decease I give and bequeath

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the same and every part and parcel there of unto my said son SAMUEL his executors and administrators.

Item, I give and bequeath to my son JOHN ARUNDELL the sum of five pounds.   Item I give and bequeath unto my said son Richard Arundell SAMUEL  ARUNDELL the sum of four pounds.  Item. I give and bequet bequeath unto my son RICHARD ARUNDELL, the sum of five pounds, Item.  I give and bequeath unto my daughter SARAH MARY ARUNDELL, the sum of one hundred pounds Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter MARY SARAH ARUNDELL, the sum of one hundred pounds.  Item I give and bequeath to my daughter ELIZABETH ARUNDELL the sum of one hundred pounds.  Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter URSULA WEE BB the sum of one hundred pounds.  Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter JANE ARUNDELL the sum of one hundred pounds.  Item    I give and bequeath to my daughter ANN ARUNDELL the sum of one hundred pounds and fitt fifty pounds.  Item  I give and bequest unto my grand daughter, ANN WEBB the sum of four pounds and my will is and I do have by direct that all the aforesaid pecuniary legacy’s, given to my said sons, daughters, and grand daughter shall    be paid to them each and every one of them respectively at the end of one year next after my decease provided always and my will is and I do hereby farther direct that my said son JOHN ARUNDELL and at his cost and charges grant release and convey unto my said son SAMUEL and

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his heirs all the estate right title interet claym and demand whatsoever of him my said son JOHN ARUNDELL of in and to all Singular the said Messuage, lands and herediterments above devised I do make Constitute and appoint my said loving wife SARAH whole and soley executrix of this My l my Last will and testament revoking all former wills by me at any time made and do give and bequeath unto her all the rest and residue of my goods and chatiles and personal estate what so ever  where of I am or shall be at                   ?   the time of my death any ways possessed of          or intitled unto but not herein before disposed the pay in all my just debts the above mentioned
and any funeral expenses and I doe hereby request and desire my brothers-in-law Mr. Thomas BOND and your Reverend Mr. Henry BOND to be trustees and over seers of this my last will to see the same Duly executed and performed     in witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament written on one sheet of paper, Set my hand and Seal the eight day of February  in the year of our Lord 1732

Signed Sealed Published and Declared

by the said RICHARD ARUNDELL as his last

Will and Testament

in his presence by us




ARUNDELL in his 81st year was the last loyalist stronghold in Cornwall to surrender to Parliamentary forces.

Also       Mason GERARD Stratford the Fifth Earl.  In 1804 he had married Jane TANDY of Waterford, her father was a Dublin shoemaker.  They were divorced on December 6th 1826.  Some months earlier Mason GERARD had gone through a form of marriage with Mary, the daughter of Samuel ARUNDELL of Darnley, Gloucestershire  (the 23rd Sept 1826).  When she failed to get the marriage recognized she called herself Mrs. GERARD the 5th Earl.  He used his Irish Properties as a source of income.  He sold everything at Belan, the furniture, mantle pieces, doors, windows, roofs, and carved stonework.  As he only had a life interest in the property it he could not sell it.  He died in 1849.  Mary (nee ARUNDELL) lived with her family in Florence where she died in 1876

What I am wondering is if the ARUNDELL’S of Darby were connected with those in that fought the Parliamentarians in Cornwall and if John ARUNDELL was a of Palatine might have been a brother of Marys GERARD, sh certainly they should have been near the one age.  Certainly John ARUNDELL and his daughters all had tried to Convey illusion’s if Grandeur.  Also the names of John and son Samuel were in the family tradition, could it be that the John ARUNDELL of Pal was one the of the ARUNDELLS OF Ballymore who had lost their lands to the Fitzpatricks.

The oil painting may have been in fa the family for a long time and may even have come from the members Cornwall and been one of those earlier ard ARUNDELLS.  The key to the problem must is surely the identification of the uniform and its period.

Palatine b was a village which had developed from an influx of Palatinate immigrants.


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Letter Written by Miss Alyce HOPKINS in Jan 1960. She is one of the Daughters of the late William HOPKINS and Sarah  (Ballinll ? Salter) late of the Vallee Bray.

about 1750.

We know very little about our great Grandfather  Salter not even his name or his wife, but they lived in Cloneen and our great grandfather Peter lived there until he had a farm (Ballingowan).  He first married Miss Rose, and they had a daughter Anna.  (We know nothing about them, but Reilly, Ballybit, remembered when a small child, hearing her mother say – I must go see poor Annette Rose who ever she was.  Peter then married Anna WATSON, a quaker.  She came from Ballintranne.  They had a family, but we only know of sun about our grandfather John.  He married Sarah KEPPEL I write here the letter of acceptance she wrote to him to accept his proposal.  From the original.

1827 Rathrush
Feb 5th

Dearest John,

I hope you will not attribute, my long silence to my neglect, it proceed from want of time, as I was going from home with my cousin Hopkins at the same time when I received your letter.  As yu you required and answer, I therefore let you know that I could have no objection, however if my parents be satisfied, I am also well pleased.

Yours with Best Wishes,


They married and had five children – Anna, Peter, Jane, Alicia, Susan.   When ale all young – I think Susan about 4 their mother died.  All children were scattered among relatives except Peter.   who went as weekly boarder to Rev. JAMISON, Carlow.


The Church of Ireland in Kineagh (Kinneagh), Ballycook, County Carlow, August 2022. The detached two-bay single-cell stone church was built in 1832, with projecting porch, buttresses, bellcote and vestry projection.


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The Parish Church Kinneagh

Nov 2nd


Peter Benjamin LUMLEY

Tailor and Draper

27 High St. Tullamore



Father Ben Lumley


Jane Adelaide BROWNE Corballis Father James? BROWNE
Witness William LUMLEY


Jan 26th


John WILSON Elverstown Blessington



Father Anthony? WILSON
Mary BROWNE Corballis Father James BROWNE
Witness Thomas BROWNE


May 26th





Knockbane Co. Kildare

Parish of Castledermot



Margaret BROWNE Corballis

(Parish of Kinneagh)

Witness by Nicholas BROWNE


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June 30d



Thomas BROWNE Gentleman      Ballyraggan



Father Robert BROWN
Emma Elizabeth MC DONALD KInnreagh Glebe Rev Charles MC DONNELL
18th Oct


Francis BUCKLEY Farmer            Powerscourt

Co. Wicklow



Francis Buckley
Isabella Smyth Rathdaniel Edward Smyth
March 16th


Abraham Kavanagh Farmer             Kilwaitre?



Isaac Kavanagh


Sarah Fox Kinneagh Richard Fox


Sept 7th


John Stephenson Farmer             Coltstown



Robert Stephenson
Ellen Smyth Minor               Rathdaniel Edward Smyth

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20th June


Alexander SMYTH Farmer        Rathdaniel





Farmer        Newtown Wm. RUDDOCK


Witness Martha RUDDOCK

Robert Stephenson


2nd April


Abraham HOBSON








Elizabeth FENNELL Ballyculane


N FENNELL  farmer


Witness Henry CRIPPALS


Rector Charles GRANLY
August 30th


George TUNSTEAD (40) Farmer (MonksGrange)



Jane CORRIGAN (23) Kinneagh John CORRIGAN




Sidney GEORGE (Tunstead)



Michael BROWN

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August 3rd


George BROWN Merchants Clerk Gregson St.





Maria PIGOTT Ricketstown Father: John PIGOTT   farmer
One of the six PIGOTT orphans – their mother died in Childbirth in 1866   (Probably was Alice BROWN.)  Lived where Tom CASSELLO now lives.
Witness Robert PIGOTT, Jane PIGOTT Rector Charles W. GRANLY
Sept 26th


James ANDERSON widower Clerk and Sexton


Harriet COPE Castledermot Father S.W. COPE

Clerk of Castledermot parish

Witness:- Anthony COE


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Thomas HEIGHINGTON Carpenter Ballyhackett William HEIGHINGTON,farmer
Abbey Caroline MOODY Ballyhackett Married by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness Matthew MOODY



Robert BRERETON Clerk in Merchants office




Isabella BROWN Corballis Castledermot James T. BROWN
By James Henry RICE   BA.

Curate assistant Castledermot

Witness Henry Francis BRERETON

Maria Warren BROWN

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June 1889 Richard William GILLESPIE Bortle




Martha TREACEY Plunketstown  Castledermot William TREACY


by Charles W. GRANLY


Witness Martha NEALE


Nov 27th


William B. WOODS widower, Farmer

Co. Meath

William WOODS


Martha NEALE Ballycullane

by Charles W. GRANLY

James NEALE   farmer
Witness:- Joseph John TOWNLEY

Maurice NEALE

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Feb 25th 1897 Eusebious George ROBINSON Accountant




Annie NEALE Ballycalane James NEALE


by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Samuel James ROBINSON

Martha NEALE

July 7th


John PIGOTT Farmer



William Pigott


Elizabeth BROWN Corballis


Thomas BROWN


By. Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- James BROWN


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June 8th


James PLANT Knockaderry


George PLANT


Elizabeth MOODY (age20) Ballyhackett John MOODY


by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- John PLANT

Matthew MOODY

May 31st 1899 Alfred Hall TYRRELL (Widower) Captain

Merchant Service

52 Main St. Arklow



Isabella SMYTH Rathdaniel Alexander SMYTH


by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- William SMYTH


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August 22nd


Robert WATCHORNE Ardoyne

Co. Carlow




(nee MOODY)

Ballyhackett JohnMOODY


By Charles W. GRANLY
Witness William MINION

Matthew MOODY   Hannah MOODY


Nov 1900

Leeson? TREACY Farmer


William TREACY


Martha NEALE Ballycook Samuel NEALE


By Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Richard TREACY


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Jan 25th


Leland BIRCH Constable R.I.C.


Joseph BIRCH


Margaret JOHNSTON Barrack St.


Samuel REID


Tea Merchant

by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Edward CAMPBELL


Feb 7th


George WARREN Farmer, Ballyduff




Dorinda ASHMORE Farmer, Castleroe

Co. Kildare



By Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Rachel F. ASHMORE


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Sept 25th


John HIGGINSON Ballyhade

Co. Kildare



Annie ATKINS Rickelstown House




by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Alice ATKINS


Sept 25th


Samuel REVELL Widower       Blacksmith

Oak Park Carlow



Sarah BRYAN Ballyhade

Co. Kildare

Thomas BRYAN


by Charles W. GRANLY
Witness:- Elizabeth BRYAN

Philip WYNNE

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Cope & Graham


Richard COPE (m)   Mary GRAHAM   Dublin 1732   St. Nick   ?


Gerald GRAHAM Cooldargan, Co. Wicklow 1693
Edward GRAHAM farmer, Co. Wicklow 1757
John GRAHAM farmer, Co. Wicklow 1792   Drumin
William GRAHAM farmer, Knockrath, Co. Wicklow 1762
1891   Richard GRAHAM   was clerk of Petty sessions   Celbridge and Donadea
1891   Rev. Charles L. GRAHAM was chaplain of Celbridge poor law union.
1882   Jacob WHITEFIELD GRAHAM (m) Mary Jane PARKE

Jacob died 1902      Jane 1934

1850   Jacob W, GRAHAM    3 Camden St. Lr    Tea Dealer
Susanna Cope (m) William COOPER   1789   (St. Peters parish Dublin)
Henry COPE    Late accountant General Chancery

Was Owner of   1000 shares in Grand Canal Co.   1820

(accountant to the Supreme Court or High Court)

July 2nd 1818     George GRAHAM son of Charles GRAHAM  Castledermot
Thomas COPE to Catherine DEMPSEY Oct 7th 1789   in Rutland
March 21st 1786 The wife of George COPE buried in Rutland
May 2nd 1791 George COPE of Castledermot burial In Rutland
July 19th 1791 Benjamin son of James & Hannah COPE buried in Rutland
May 28th 1789 Sam COPE and his wife in one grave in Rutland

Sam age 76          Wife 74

Aug 28th 1790 George COPE son of Sam and Eliza COPE was christened in Rutland Church.

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March 3rd 1791 Samuel son of Thos. & Catherine COPE was baptized in Rutland Church.   (probably lived in Palatine)
Nov 11th 1817 John COPE son of George COPE of Carlow buried.
Feb 25th 1827 Thomas COPE age 38 years of Carlow buried in Rutland.
June 3rd 1803 George MOORHOUSE and Jane COPE married in Rutland.
Deaths Sam COPE Knockbawn Co. Kildare   Feb 21st 1844 age 94 in Rutland
Ben COPE     6th August 1849      in Rutland
Mary COPE     age 16     1851      in Rutland
Anne COPE     14th April 1852      age 73     in Rutland
George COPE     1853     April 25th     age 62     in Rutland
June 12th     1853     Sam COPE      Ballylinan?   Queens Co.    age 75
1 Jeremie COPE 1664   Health Tax Dublin
2 Robert COPE Loughgael    Co. Armagh     M.P.   1713-14
3) COPE (miller) Carlow    approx. 17th Century
4 Henrietta Maria COPE     daughter of Sir john COPE  “Bart”

Brevern Oxfordshire   married Calentine Knightly

Chelwood   Woodbrook    1754

Richard COPE married Mary DALTON   1783     “Ferns register”
6   Elizabeth COPE   married James BOYD   1789   “Ferns”

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7) Richard COPE married  Elizabeth  HUGHES  17
8 Sam COPE died 1832    aged 82
9/ George COPE SHERLOCK     Athy    died  aged 71

Index for C of I Carlow Parish 1889-1900

Ann COPE bap. 1832
Ann COPE bap 1774
Catherine C. Died 1787
Ellen COPE bap 1830
George COPE bap 1828
James COPE bap 1748
Jane COPE bap 1746
John COPE    Married  Mary Bayley   1810
John COPE bap 1791
Magdalene COPE bap 1836      father shoemaker
Mary COPE bap 1827
Mary COPE Died aged 7
Robert COPE Died 1832
Robert COPE bap 1825
Samuel COPE  Married  Ann Crawley   1800
Sarah COPE   Married  John COOKE   1812

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Disraeli School Roll Call 1929

Pupils on Roll

June 1929      












William AGAR

Catherine BURGESS


Doreen DEANS

Vivienne BURGESS


Cicely WOOD


William SMYTH

Isaac AGAR