Clonmoylan

Information taken from a variety of official documents

Research: Eileen Keane, Abbey Heritage

Clonmoylan Townland

Clonmoylan, Cluain Maoláin Mór, Great, Big, Meadow, Pasture

Clonmoylan is a townland situated in the parish of Ballynakill, in the electoral district of Abbeyville, in the barony of Leitrim and in the County of Galway.  It is located in the north east end of the parish of Ballynakill, 3 miles east, north east of Woodford.

The Down Survey Map of Ireland 1641 (pre Cromwell) states that there is no information for this townland.

According to O’Donovan’s field name books (1838) the standard name for the townland is Clonmoylan. The translation of the name is given as great, big, meadow and pasture. O’Donovan’s field name books states that there is a reference to Clonmoylan in the following documents:
Edward Kelly, Esq., Hyath. Clarke, Esq., Larkin’s County Map, and S. Sketch.

Tithe Applotments Book 1823-1837

The Tithe Applotment Books were compiled between 1823 and 1837 in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings over one acre should pay in tithes to the Church of Ireland. The land was measured in Irish acres or plantation acres at the time and this equated to 1.6198 English acres.

The Tithe Applotment for the townland of Cloonmoylan was undertaken in 1834. It states that the townland of Cloonmoylan was in the parish of Ballinakill and in the Diocese of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh.

There were 4 proprietors in the townland at this time, namely: William Freer Esq, John Freer Esq, Thomas Freer Esq and Major Freer.

According to the Tithe Applotment Books, William Freer Esq held 115 acres 1 rood 38­½ roods which were occupied by 22 tenants and himself. John Freer Esq held 116 acres 2 roods 27½ perches of land which was occupied by 13 tenants and himself. Thomas Freer Esq. Held 116 acres 8 perches of land which was occupied by 19 tenants and himself. Major Freer held 350 acres of land which was occupied by 3 tenants and himself. The following is an account of the tenants’ landholdings, the value of their acres, the amount of composition of the tithe and how this was dispersed among the church hierarchy:

Proprieter: William Freer
Thos (Thomas) Callanan held 3 acres of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 14s. He paid £1 11s of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2½d and the Vicar got 1s which was a total of 1s 2½d.

John Quinn held 7 acres of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 6s. He paid 3s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5¾d and the Vicar got 2s 4½d which was a total of 2s 10¼d.

Hugh Murray held 1 rood 14 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 6s. He paid 2¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¼d and the Vicar got 1½d which was a total of 1¾d.

Marn (Martin) Halloran held 2 acres 2 roods 36 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 9s. He paid 1s 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¼d and the Vicar got 11¼d which was a total of 1s 1½d.

Pat Larkin held 6 acres 2 roods 14 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuatiion of £5 18s 7d. He paid 3s 6¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5½d and the Vicar got 2s 2¼d which was a total of 2s 7¾d.

Jno M Halloran held 1 acre 3 roods 3 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 11s 10d. He paid 10¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got 6¾d which was a total of 8d.

Owen Larkin held 1 acre 3 roods 5 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 12s 1d. He paid 10¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got 6¾d which was a total of 8d.

Martn (Martin) Mullally held 3 roods 38 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 17s 10d. He paid 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¾d and the Vicar got 3¾d which was a total of 4½d.

Jno (Jno) Halloran & Co held 5 acres 1 rood 4½ perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £4 15s. He paid 2s 10d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 4½d and the Vicar got 1s 9d which was a total of 2s 1½d.

Wm (William) Kemple held 6 acres 3 roods 25 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 4s 4d. He paid 3s 8¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6d and the Vicar got 2s 3¾d which was a total of 2s 9¾d.

Ml (Michael) Halloran held 6 acres 3 roods 25 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 3s 8¾d. He paid £6 4s 4d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6d and the Vicar got 2s 3¾d which was a total of 2s 9¾d.

W Mulvihill held 4 acres 20 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 14s 3d. He paid 2s 2¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3½d and the Vicar got 1s 4½d which was a total of 1s 8d.

Francis Fahy held 3 acres 3 roods 26 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 10s 5d. He paid 2s 1¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3d and the Vicar got 1s 3¾d which was a total of 1s 6¾d.

W Fahy held 3 acres 3 roods 30 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 10s 10d. He paid 2s 1¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3d and the Vicar got 1s 3¾d which was a total of 1s 6¾d.

James Fahy held 3 acres 10 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 15s 2d. He paid 1s 7½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¾d and the Vicar got 1s which was a total of 1s 2¾d.

Pat Fahy held 1 acre 2 roods 28 perches of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 10s 2d. He paid 10¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got ¾d which was a total of 8d.

Pat Kelly held 1 rood of land that was valued at 12s 6d per Irish acre and had a total valutation of 3s 2d. He paid 1d of a tithe tax. The Vicar got ¾d which was a total of ¾d.

John Kelly held 20 perches of land that was valued at 12s 6d per Irish acre which had a total valuation of 1s 7d. He paid ½d of a tithe tax. The Vicar got ¼d of a tithe tax which was a total of ¼d.

Thos (Thomas) Owens held 3 acres 2 roods 20 perches of land that was valued at 18 s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 5s 3d. He paid 1s 11d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3d and the Vicar got 1s 2¼d which was a total of 1s 5¼d.

Wm (William) Kelly held 1 acre of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 6d per Irish acre. The Bishop got ¾d and the Vicar got 3¾d which was a total of 4½d.

Thos (Thomas) Maher held 2 roods of land that was valued at 18s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 9s per Irish acre. He paid 2½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¼d and the Vicar got 1½d which was a total of 1¾d.

Wm (William) Freer Esq held 50 acres of bog that was valued at 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 5s. He paid 8½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got 5¼d which was a total of 6½d.

Proprietor: John Freer Esq.
Timothy Mullen held 7 acres 1 rood 18 perches of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £7 7s 4d. He paid 4s 5d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6¾d and the Vicar got 2s 9d which was a total of 3s 3¾d.

John Mullen held 9 acres 2 roods 32 perches of land that was valued at £1 2s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £10 13s 4d. He paid 6s 4½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 9¾d and the Vicar got 4s which was a total of 4s 9¾d.

Pat Fahy held 2 acres 1 rood 22 perches of land that was valued at £1 2s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 12s 6d. He paid 1s 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¼d and the Vicar got 11¼d which was a total of 1s 1½d.

Thos (Thomas) Lynch held 3 acres of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3. He paid 1s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¾d and the Vicar got 1s 1½d which was a total of 1s 4¼d.

W Halloran held 10 acres of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acrea and had a total valuation of £10. He paid 6s of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 9d and the Vicar got 3s 9d which was a total of 4s 6d.
Roger Murray held 19¾ perches of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valutation of 2s 5d. He paid ¾d of a tithe tax. The Vicar got ½d which was a total of ½d.

Martin Gorman held 6 acres 3 roods 30 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £7 5s 9d. He paid 4s 4d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6¾d and the Vicar got 2s 8¼d which was a total of 3s 3d.

Matn (Martin) Mulvehil held 6 acres 11 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 2s 10¼d.

Wm (William) Halloran held 10 acres of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £10. He paid 6s of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 9d and the Vicar got 3s 9d which was a total of 4s 6d.

Roger Murray held 19½ perches of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 2s 5d. He paid ¾d of a tithe tax. The Vicar got ½d which was a total of ½d.

Martin Gorman held 6 acres 3 roods and 30 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £7 5s 9d. He paid 4s 4d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6¾d and the Vicar got 2s 8¼d which was a total of 3s 3d.

Martn (Martin) Mulvehill held 6 acres 11 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 7s 5d. He paid 3s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5¾d and the Vicar got 2s 4½d and had a total valuation of 2s 10¼d.

Wm (William) Diamond held 6 acres 11 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valutation of £6 7s 5d. He paid 3s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5¾d and the Vicar got 2s 4½d and had a total valution of 2s 10¼d.

Pat Kennedy held 6 acres 11 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 7s 5d. He paid 3s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5¾d and the Vicar got 2 s 4½d and had a total valuation of 2s 10¼d.

Jno Mulvehil held 6 acres 11 perches of land that was valued at £1 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 7s 5d. He paid 3s 9¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 5¾d and the Vicar got 2s 4½d and had a total valuation of 2s 10¼d.

Timothy Mullen held 1 acre 3 roods 21 perches of land that was valued at £1 10s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 16s 5d. He paid 1s 8½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¾d and the Vicar got 1s ¾d and had a total valutation of 1s 3½d.

Hugh Lorcan held 1 acre of land that was valued at 12s 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 12s 6d. He paid 3¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ½d and the Vicar got 2¼d and had a total valuation of 2¾d.

John Freer Esq. Held 50 acres of bog that was valued at 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 5s. He paid 8½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1d and the Vicar got 5¼d and had a total valuation of 6¼d.

Proprietor: Thomas Freer Esq.
Michl (Michael) Quinn held 9 acres 2 roods 30 perches of land that was valued at 16s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £7 15s. He paid 4s 7¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 7¼d and the Vicar got 2s 10½d which was a total of 3s 5¾d.

Conor Lyons held 4 acres 3 roods 15 perches of land that was valued at 16s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 17s 6d. He paid 2s 3¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¾d and the Vicar got 1s 5¼d which was a total of 1s 9d.

Michl (Michael) Lynch held 4 acres 13 roods 15 perches of land that was valued at 16s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 17s 6d. He paid 2s 3¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¾d and the Vicar got 1s 5¼d which was a total of 1s 9d.

Timmy Mullen held 6 acres of land that was valued at £1 4s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £7 4s. He paid 4s 4d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6¾d and the Vicar got 2s 8¼d which was a total of 3s 3d.

Thos (Thomas) Williams held 3 acres 3 roods 30 perches of land that was valued at £1 2s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £4 6s 8d. He paid 2s 7¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 4d and the Vicar got 1s 7½d which was a total of 1s 11½d.

Pat Kelly held 4 acres of land that was valued at 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £4. He paid 2s 5d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¾d and the Vicar got 1s 6d which was a total of 1s 9¾d.

John Kelly held 4 acres 2 roods 28 perches of land that was valued at 1s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £4 13s 6d. He paid 2s 9½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 4¼d and the Vicar got 1s 9d which was a total of 2s 1¼d.

Ml (Michael) Quinn held 2 acres 3 roods 10 perches of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 16s 3d. He paid 1s 7½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2½d and the Vicar got 1s which was a total of 1s 2½d.

Owen Lorcan held 1 acre 3 roods 38 perches of land that was valued at £1 5s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 9s 9d. He paid 1s 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¼d and the Vicar got 11¼d which was a total of 1s 1½d.

Pat Murray held 1 acre 3 roods 38 perches of land that was valued at £1 5s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 9s 9d. He paid 1s 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2¼d and the Vicar got 11¼d which was a total of 1s 1½d.

Michl (Michael) Fahy held 2 acres of land that was valued at 17s 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 15s. He paid 1s ¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¾d and the Vicar got 7½d which was a total of 9¼d.

Pat Fahy held 1 acre 2 roods of land that was valued at 12s 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 18s 9d. He paid 6d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¾d and the Vicar got 3¾d which was a total of 4½d.

Wm (William) Kemple held 2 acres 1 rood 26 perches of land that was valued at 12s 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 10s 2d. He paid 10¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got 6¾d which was a total of 8d.

Thos (Thomas) Owens held 3 acres 2 roods 10 perches of land that was valued at 16s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £2 17s. He paid 1s 8½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 2½d and the Vicar got 1s ¾d which was a total of 1s 3¼d.

Wm (William) Kelly held 8 acres 2 roods 8 perches of land that was valued at 15s per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £6 8s 3d. He paid 3s 10d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 6d and the Vicar got 2s 4½d which was a total of 2s 10½d.

Thos (Thomas) Maher held 1 acre 2 roods of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1 10s. He paid 10¾d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1¼d and the Vicar got 6¾d which was a total of 8d.

Pat Lorcan held 2 roods of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 10s. He paid 3½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¼d and the Vicar got 2¼d which was a total of 2½d.

Jas (James) Fahy held 1 rood of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of 5s. He paid 1¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got ¼d and the Vicar got ¾d which was a total of 1d.

Francis Fahy held 1 acre of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £1. He paid 7¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1d and the Vicar got 4½d which was a total of 5½d.

Thos (Thomas) Freer Esq held 50 acres of bog that was valued at 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation £1 5s. He paid 8½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 1d and the Vicar got 5¼d which was a total of 6¼d.

Proprietor: Major Freer
Thos (Thomas) Freer Jun (Junior) Esq held 193 acres of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £193. He paid £5 16s 11d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 14s 11¼d and the Vicar got £3 12s 9d which was a total of £4 7s 8¼d.

Leon Williams held 3 acres 2 roods of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 10s. He paid 2s 1¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¼d and the Vicar got 1s 3¾d which was a total of 1s 7d.

Thos (Thomas) Kemple held 3 acres 2 roods of land that was valued at £1 per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 10s. He paid 2s 1¼d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¼d and the Vicar got 1s 3¾d which was a total of 1s 7d.

Major Freer held 150 acres of bog that was valued at 6d per Irish acre and had a total valuation of £3 15s. He paid 2s 2½d of a tithe tax. The Bishop got 3¼ and the Vicar got 1s 4½d which was a total of 1s 7¾d.

The Old Age Pension Census

Michael McGough Application number Q/21 6569
The applicant Michael McGough with an address Cloonmoylan, Tuam applied for the Old Age Pension on 6th September 1920. According to Michael, his parents were John and Sabina McGough. The application form showed that his application fee of 2/- was refunded thus indicating that he was not successful in obtaining the Old Age Pension at this time.

Patrick Rohan Application number C/15 6791
The applicant Patrick Rohan with an address Clonmoylan, Powerscross, Portumna, Co. Galway applied for the Old Age Pension on 20th November 1915. According to Patrick, his partents were Patrick and Bridget Rohan. The application form showed that a payment of 2/- was paid and not refunded therefore indicating his application was successful in obtaining the Old Age Pension.

Griffiths Valuation 1847-1864

According to Griffith’s Valuation 1855 all the land in Clonmoylan was leased by Martin Kenny, Patrick Kemple, Francis Lynch, Leonard Williams, James Hourigan, John Mullen, John Kelly, Patrick Roughan, Michael Halloran, Timothy Mullen, Matthias Mulvihil, John Halloran, Patrick Kennedy, Patrick Mulvihil, Patrick Fahy, John Mullen, Thomas Lynch, Michael Halloran, Jeremiah Gorman, Patrick Fahy, Patrick Kemple, Bridget Kelly, Parrick Kennedy, Michael Fahy, James Cleary, Patrick Kelly, James Quinn, Garrett Burke, Michael Mulvihil, Bridget Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Michael Fahy, Patrick Fahy, Patrick Kelly, Jeremiah Gorman, Margaret Clancy, Mary Larkin, Bridget Kelly, Patrick Kemple, Patrick Kelly, Timothy Mullin, Patrick Quinn, Michael Gorman, Thomas Gorman, Thomas C. Freer, John Kenny, Patrick Kemple and Edward N. Matthews.

Census 1901

There were 37 inhabited houses at the time of the 1901 census. Form N documents that there were 161 inhabitants.  There were 80 males and 81 females and 158 were Roman Catholics and 3 were members of the Church of Ireland. Form B1 shows that there were 48 houses in Clonmoylan. 47 were private dwellings and one was an RIC hut. One of the 48 buildings was in the process of being built and unihabited and all the others were inhabited. 14 of the houses had roofs made of permanent material like slate or tiles and the others were made from straw and reeds.  The heads of the household were Patrick Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Patrick Noonan, Patrick Mullen, Margaret Tully, John McDonagh, Lawrence Halloran, Mary Burke, John Cahill, Mary Quinn, Martin Kenny, Marie Tuohy, John Hanly, William Harrison, Thomas Donnelly, Mary Gorman, Michael Dolphin, Patrick Rohan, Patrick Gorman, Anne Dillon, Patrick Lyons, John Slattery, Bridget Tully, Patrick Kennedy, Thomas Mulvill, James Callaghan, Mary Donoghue, John Dolphin, Thomas Mitchell, Denis Lynch, Michael Glennane, Michael Keane, Michael Calvin, Thomas Coughlan, Cecilia Daly, Mary Finlay, Lizzie Lyons, John Mullen, George A Buchannan, William Kemple, Mary Fahy, Laurence Shiel, Jane Crawford, Joseph Gill, Michael Kennedy, Fardy Carroll and Thomas O’Connor. The B2 Form details that there were 192 outhouses.

Patrick Kelly was the head of the family and was 65 years of age and a widower.   He was a farmer and he could read and write.  All of his family were born in Co. Galway and none of his children was married. They could all read and write.  Annie Kelly was 24 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  Winifred Kelly was 23 years of age and she could read and write.  John Kelly was 15 years of age and he could read and write.  Patrick Kelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  It had walls built of permanent material and a roof made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and this house was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 6 out houses and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.

Patrick Kelly was the head of the family and he was a farmer who was 48 years old.  All of his family were born in County Galway and they could all read and write. None of his children was married.  He was married to Mary Kelly and she was 40 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife.  They had 3 sons and 2 daughters.  Michael Kelly was 16 years of age.  He was a scholar.  Mary Kelly was 14 years of age.  John Kelly was 12 years of age and he was a scholar.  Katie Kelly was 11 years of age and she was a scholar and Thomas Kelly was 9 years of age and he was a scholar.  John Kelly was a brother of Patrick Kelly and he was 50 years of age.  He was an agricultural labourer.  Patrick Kelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 8 occupants sharing 4 rooms. His farm had 8 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 2 cow houses, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

Patrick Noonan was the head of the family and he was 38 years of age. He was a blacksmith and he could read and write.  He was not married. His niece Bridget Sheehan was 20 years of age and she could read and write.  She was not married.  Patrick Noonan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His holding had 1 out office which was a forge.

Patrick Mullin was the head of the family and he was 72 years of age.  He was a farmer.  He could read and write and speak English.  He was a widower.  He had 2 sons, his son’s wife, 2 grandsons, 2 grand-daughters and 1 lodger dwelling in his home.  His son John was 32 years of age.  He was a farmer.  He could read and write and speak English.  He was married to Catherine Mullin who was also 32 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife and she could read and write and speak English.  Patrick Mullin was 19 years of age.  He was a farmer’s son and he could read and write and speak English.  He was not married.  Pat Joe Mullin was 8 years of age.  He could read and write and speak English.  He was a scholar.  Mary Mullin was 6 years of age and she could read and write and speak English.  She was a scholar.  Annie Mullin was 4 years of age. She could read and write and speak English.  She was a scholar.  Michael Mullin was 8 months old.  John Madden was a widower and a lodger and he was 85 years of age.  He was a retired farmer and he could not read but could speak English.  Patrick Mullin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. It had walls built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 9 occupants sharing 3 rooms. His farm had 7 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

Margaret Tully was the head of the family and she was 80 years of age. She was a farmer’s wife and she was a widow.  She could read and write. She had 2 sons and 1 daughter who could all read and write and were not married.  Cornelius Tully was 50 years of age.  He was a farmer’s son. Timothy Tully was 48 years of age.  He was a farmer’s son.  Eliza Tully was 30 years of age.  She was a farmer’s daughter.  Margaret Tully’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms. Her farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Cornelius Tully was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

John McDonagh was the head of the house and he was 61 years of age. He was an agricultural labourer. He could read and write.  He was married to Anne McDonagh who was 61 years of age and they had 1 daughter Anne McDonagh who was 19 years of age and she could read and write.  John McDonagh’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms. His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy and 1 fowl house.  Cornelius Tully was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Lawrence Halloran was the head of the family and he was 75 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was married to Nora Halloran who was 72 years of age and a farmer’s wife.  They were all born in Co Galway and none of the family was married.  They had 3 daughters and 1 niece. Mary Halloran was 34 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  Bridget Halloran was 30 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  Annie Halloran was 28 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  Bridget Daniel, who was Lawrence Halloran’s niece, was 18 years of age and a farmer’s daughter.  Lawrence Halloran’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 6 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 7 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

Mary C Burke was the head of the family and she was 38 years of age. She was an evicted tenant who could read and write and she was married.  She had 3 sons and 4 daughters who could all read and write and were not married.  Her son Garrett J Burke was 17 years of age and he was supported by Land League Funds.  Mary E Burke was 15 years of age and she was a scholar.  Nora J Burke was 14 years of age and she was a scholar.  Stephen P Burke was 12 years of age and he was a scholar.  John S G Burke was 10 years of age and he was a scholar.  Agnes F Burke was 8 years of age and she was a scholar. Bedelia K Burke was 7 years of age and she was a scholar.  Mary Burke’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 8 occupants sharing 3 rooms. Her farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Lawrence Halloran was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

John Cahill was the head of the family and he was 50 years of age.  He was an agricultural labourer and he could not read.  He was married to Bridget Cahill who was 60 years of age.  She was an agricultural labourer who could read and write and they had one daughter Bridget.  She was 27 years of age.  She is listed as an agricultural labourer who could read and write.  John Cahill’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and this house was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms. His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Patrick Gorman was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Mary Quinn was the head of the family and she was a widow.  She was 53 years of age and she could read and write.  She was an evicted tenant. They were all born in Co Galway.  She had 2 sons.  Patrick Quinn was 30 years of age and he was a road contractor.  He could read and write and he was not married.  James Quinn was 18 years of age.  He was a road contractor also and he could read and write. He was not married.  Mary Quinn’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  Her farm had 3 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Patrick Gorman was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Martin Kenny was the head of the family.  He was 50 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer. All of the family were born in County Galway.  He was married to Hanoria Kenny who was 55 years of age.  She was listed as an agricultural labourer and she could read and write. They had 2 sons who were scholars and who could read and write. Martin Kenny was 12 years of age and his brother Michael Kenny was 10 years of age.  Martin Kenny’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were made of wood, mud or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house and 1 fowl house.  Patrick Gorman was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Maria Tuohy was the head of the family and she was 61 years of age.  She was a widow and an evicted tenant.  She could read and write.  She was born in County Galway.  She had one daughter Kate Tuohy who was 26 years of age.  She is listed as being supported by the Land League and she could read and write.  She was not married.  Maria Tuohy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were made from mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were three front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms. Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Patrick Gorman was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

John Hanly was the head of the family and he was 55 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Annie Hanly who was 55 years of age and she was a farmer’s wife.  She could read and write.  They were all born in Co Galway and none of the children were married.  They had 2 sons and 1 daughter who could all read and write.  Thomas Hanly was 26 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  William Hanly was 24 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  Mary Hanly was 19 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  John Hanly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 6 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Patrick Gorman was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

William Harrison was the head of the family and he was 28 years of age. He was born in Co Cavan and his religion was Church of Ireland.  He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Tilly Harrison who was 30 years of age and she was born in Co Leitrim.  Tilly’s religion was Church of Ireland and she was a farmer’s wife who could read and write.  James Harrison was a brother of William Harrison and he was 21 years of age.  He was born in Co Cavan and he was a Coachman unemployed. He could read and write.  William Harrison’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 3 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 6 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.

Thomas Donnelly was the head of the family and he was 70 years of age. He was an agricultural labourer who could read and write and speak Irish and English.  His family were all born in County Galway and they could all read and write.  Thomas was married to Mary Donnelly who was 68 years of age.  She could speak Irish and English and she is listed as an agricultural labourer.  Their daughter Margaret Donnelly was 25 years of age and she is listed as an agricultural labourer.  Thomas Donnelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were made of stone, brick or other permanent material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.

Mary Gorman was the head of the family and she was 73 years of age. She was a widow and a farmer’s wife.  All of her family were born in Co Galway.  She had 1 daughter and 2 sons.  Bridget Gorman was 26 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  She could read and write.  She was not married.  Patrick Gorman was 25 years of age and he was a farmer who could also read and write.  He was not married. Thomas Gorman was a cousin of Mary Gorman and he was 70 years of age.  He was a retired engineer who could read and write.  He was a widower and he was from Co Galway.  Mary Gorman’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Mary Gorman’s farm details.

Michael Dolphin was 40 years of age and he was a farmer.  He could read and write and he was married to Margaret Dolphin who was 35 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a farmer’s wife. They had 1 son, John Joe who was 2 years of age.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Anne Kelly was the mother-in-law of Michael Dolphin.  She was 75 years of age and she was a widow and a farmer’s wife. She could read and write.  Michael Dolphin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Michael Dolphin’s farm details.

Patrick Rohan was the head of the family and he was 55 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was born in Co Galway. He was married to Bridget Rohan who was 45 years of age and she was a farmer’s wife.  She could read and write and she was born in Co Clare. They had 5 daughters and 2 sons.  They were all born in Co Galway. Bridget Rohan was 21 years of age and she could read and write.  She was a farmer’s daughter and she was not married.  Marianne Rohan was 15 years of age and she was a scholar.  Ellen Rohan was 13 years of age and she was a scholar who could read and write. Winifred Rohan was 9 years of age.  She was a scholar and she could read and write.  Kate Rohan was 7 years of age and she was a scholar and she could read and write.  Patrick Rohan was 5 years of age.  He could not read.  Michael Rohan was 1 year old.  Patrick Rohan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 9 occupants sharing 2 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Patrick Rohan’s farm details.

Patrick Gorman was the head of the family and he was 40 years of age. He was a farmer who could not read and write.  He was married to Anne Gorman who was 40 years of age and she was a farmer’s wife. She could not read and write.  They had 3 sons and 4 daughters.  They were all born in Co Galway. Martin Gorman was 22 years of age and he was a shoe maker.  He could not read and write.  John Gorman was 20 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  He could not read and write.  Pat Gorman was 19 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  Julia Gorman was 17 years of age.  She was a farmer’s daughter and she could not read and write.  Joseph Gorman was 15 years of age and he was a scholar. He could not read and write.  Thomas Gorman was 13 years of age.  He was a scholar and he could not read and write.  James Gorman was 12 years of age.  He was a scholar and he could not read and write. Michael Gorman was a brother of Patrick Gorman.  He was 45 years of age and he was not married.  He could not read and write and he was an agricultural labourer.  Patrick Gorman’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 10 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Patrick Gorman’s farm details.

Anne Dillon was the head of the family.  She was 60 years of age and she was a retired national teacher who could read and write.  She was a widow.  She had 2 sons and 1 daughter who were all able to read and write and none of whom were married.  James Dillon was 38 years of age.  He was a carpenter. Nicholas Dillon was 26 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer.  Bridget Dillon was 20 years of age.  There is no occupation listed for her.  Anne Dillon’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Anne Dillon’s farm details.  William Kemple was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Patrick Lyons was the head of the family and he was 35 years of age.  He was a farmer and a shopkeeper and he could read and write.  He was born in Co Galway.  He was married to Margaret Lyons who was 34 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife and she was born in Co Galway.  She could read and write.  Patrick Lyons’ house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Patrick Lyons’ farm details.

John Slattery was the head of the family.  He was 64 years of age and a farmer.  He was married to Anne Slattery who was 56 years of age and she was a farmer’s wife.  They had 2 sons and 1 daughter.  They were all born in Co Galway and they could all read and write.  Joseph Slattery was 26 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  Thomas Slattery was 23 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  Margaret Slattery was 22 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  John Slattery’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 4 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for John Slattery’s farm details.

Bridget Tully was the head of the family and she was 52 years of age. She was a widow, an evicted tenant and she could read only.  She had 1 daughter and 2 sons and all of the family were born in Galway.  All of the children could read and write and none of them was married.  Kate Tully was 28 years of age and she was supported by Land League Funds. James Tully was 27 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer. Patrick Tully was 19 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer.  Bridget Tully’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick and concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Bridget Tully’s farm details.  John Slattery was the lease holder on whose holding the house was situated.

Patrick Kennedy was the head of the family and he was 65 years of age. He was a farmer and a widower, born in Co Galway and he could read and write.  He had 3 sons and 2 daughters and all of the family were born in Co Galway and they could all read and write.  None of the children were married.  Bridget Kennedy was 26 years of age.  She was a farmer’s daughter.  Patrick Kennedy was 23 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  Annie Kennedy was 21 years of age and she was a farmer’s daughter.  John Kennedy was 19 years of age and he was a farmer’s son. James Kennedy was 14 years of age and he was a scholar.  Patrick Kennedy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 6 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Patrick Kennedy’s farm details.

Thomas Mulvihill was the head of the family and he was 68 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write and speak Irish and English. He was married to Catherine Mulvihill who was 55 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife who could read and speak Irish and English.  Thomas Mulvihill’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Thomas Mulvihill’s farm details.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

James Callaghan was the head of the family and he was 50 years of age. He was an agricultural labourer who could read and write.  All of his family were born in Galway.  He was married to Mary Callaghan who was 45 years of age.  She could read and write.  They had 1 son and 3 daughters and none of them was married.  Edward Callaghan was 20 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer. He could read and write.  Julia Callaghan was 13 years of age and she was a scholar who could read and write.  Annia Callaghan was 10 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a scholar.  Ellen Callaghan was 8 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a scholar.  James Callaghan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 6 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for James Callaghan’s farm details.  Thomas Mulvihill was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Mary Donoghue was the head of the family and she was 55 years of age. She was a widow and an evicted tenant supported by Land League Funds.  She could read.  She had 1 son and 1 daughter and they were all born in Co Galway.  Thomas Donohue was 17 years of age and he could read and write. He was not married.  Lizzie Donoghue was 19 years of age and she could read and write.  She was not married.  Mary Donoghue’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Mary Donoghue’s farm details.  Thomas Mulvihill was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

John Dolphin was the head of the family and he was 75 years of age.  He was a widower and a farmer. He could not read and he could speak Irish and English.  John Dolphin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant sharing 3 rooms. There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for John Dolphin’s farm details.

Thomas Mitchell was the head of the family and he was 45 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Margaret Mitchell who was 45 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife. They had 2 sons and 4 daughters.  They were all born in Co Galway.  None of the children was married. Bridget Mitchell was 12 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a scholar.  Mary Mitchell was 10 years of age.  She was a scholar and she could read and write.  Margaret Mitchell was 9 years of age.  She was a scholar and she could read and write.  Patrick Mitchell was 8 years of age.  He was a scholar and he could read and write.  Thomas Mitchell was 4 years of age.  He could not read.  Elizabeth Mitchell was 3 years of age and she could not read.  Thomas Mitchell’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 8 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  There is no record of a B2 form on the Census website for Thomas Mitchell’s farm details.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Denis Lynch was the head of the family and he was 63 years of age.  He was supported by family who labour in England (sic). He could not read. He was married to Margaret Lynch who was 62 years of age. She could not read.  Denis Lynch’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Thomas Mitchell was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Michael Glennane was the head of the family and he was 67 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could not read.  Bridget Glennane was 67 years of age and she was a farmer’s wife who could not read. They had a son Michael Glennane who was 23 years of age.  He was a farmer’s son and he could read and write.  Mary Farrell was a grand-daughter of Michael Glennane.  She was 13 years of age and she was a scholar who could read and write.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Michael Glennane’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles. There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Michael Keane was the head of the family and he was 62 years of age and a farmer.  He could not read. He was married to Mary who was 60 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife and she could read only. They had 2 sons who were farmer’s sons and who could both read and write.  Michael Keane was 30 years of age and he was not married. Patrick Keane was 25 years of age and he was a farmer’s son. He could read and write and he was not married.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Michael Keane’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house. The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Michael Calvin was the head of the family and he was 39 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was not married.  He was born in Co Galway.  Michael Calvin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Thomas Coughlan was the head of the family. He was 45 years of age and he was a farmer.  He could read and write.  All of his family were born in Galway.  He was married to Mary.  She was 35 years of age and she could read and write.  She was a farmer’s wife.  They had 2 sons and 4 daughters. Mary Coughlan was 11 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a scholar.  Michael Coughlan was 9 years of age.  He was a scholar who could read and write.  Kate Coughlan was 7 years of age.  She was a scholar and she could read and write.  Patrick Coughlan was 4 years of age.  He could not read.  Annie Coughlan was 3 years of age.  She could not read.  Sylvia Coughlan was 2 weeks old.  Thomas Coughlan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 8 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  William Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Cecilia Daly was the head of the family and she was 75 years of age.  She was a widow who was an evicted tenant receiving money from Land League funds.  She could not read.  John Daly was her son and he was 30 years of age.  He was an agricultural labourer who could read and write. He was not married.  Cecilia Daly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  The Census Form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Mary Finlay was the head of the family and she was 40 years of age.  She was a widow and she was a cook-domestic servant who could read only. She had 1 son and 2 daughters.  None of the children was married and all of the family were born in Co Galway.  Marianne Finlay was 20 years of age and she could read and write.  Bridget Finlay was 18 years of age. She could read and write.  John Finlay was 15 years of age.  He was a scholar and he could read and write.  Mary Finlay’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  William Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census A form was collected on 2nd April 1901.

Lizzie Lyons was the head of the family.  She was 30 years of age and she could read and write.  She was not married and she was born in Co Galway.  Lizzie Lyons’ house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant in 3 rooms.  Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  William Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census form A was completed on 2nd April 1901.

John Mullen was the head of the family and he was 29 years of age.  He was a farmer and he was not married.  He could read and write.  His brother Michl (sic) Mullen was 20 years of age.  He was a farmer and he was not married.  He could read and write. Annie Mullen was John Mullen’s sister and she was 25 years of age.  She could read and write and she was not married.  They were all born in Galway.  John Mullen’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick and concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 5 rooms. His farm had 6 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.  The Census form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

George Alexander Buchanan was the head of the family and he was a farmer.  He was 55 years of age and he was born in Co Tyrone.  He could read and write.  His wife Anne Jane Buchanan was 54 years of age and she was born in Co Fermanagh.  She was a farmer’s wife and she could read and write.  Isab (sic) Dorothy Buchanan was 22 years of age and she could read and write.  She was a farmer’s daughter.  She was born in Co Tyrone.  Eliz (sic) Dorothy Stewart was 12 years of age and she was a grand-daughter of George Alexander Buchanan.  She could read and write and she was a scholar.  Jack Buchanan Stewart was 10 years of age and he was a grand-son of George Alexander Buchanan.  He could read and write and he was a scholar.  Their religion was listed as Church of Ireland.  George Alexander Buchanan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 5 rooms.  His farm had 8 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.  The Census form A was collected on 2nd April 1901.

William Kemple was the head of the family and he was 41 years of age. He was a farmer.  He could read and write and speak Irish and English. He was not married.  John Kemple was his brother who was 39 years of age.  He could read and write and speak Irish and English.  He was a farmer.  William Kemple’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 2 occupants sharing 5 rooms.  His farm had 8 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.

Mary Fahy was the head of the family and she was 57 years of age.  She was a farmer’s wife and a widow who could read and write.  Her son John Fahy was 28 years of age and he was a farmer’s son. He was not married and he could read and write.  Mary Fahy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms. Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.

Lawrence Shiel was the head of the family and he was 50 years of age. He was an agricultural labourer and he could read and write.  He was a widower and all of his family were born in Galway.  He had 3 sons and 1 daughter none of whom was married.  Patrick Shiel was 20 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer.  He could read and write.  Michael Shiel was 14 years of age and he was a scholar. He could read and write.  Annie Shiel was 25 years of age.  She could read and write.  John Shiel was 17 years of age and he was a carpenter.  He could read and write.  Lawrence Shiel’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.  Canon Crawford was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Jane Crawford was the head of the family and she was 74 years of age. She is listed as earning income from interest on money.  She was a widow who could read and write and her religion was Church of Ireland. Her nephew John J Crawford was 17 years of age and he was a farmer’s son.  He could read and write and he was not married.  Isabella Jones was 53 years of age and she was a cook-domestic servant.  She could read and write and she was not married.  They were all born in Tyrone.  Jane Crawford’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 8 front windows and it was listed as a 1st class house with 3 occupants sharing 8 rooms.  Her farm had 11 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 harness room, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, 1 barn, 1 potato house and 1 store.  Canon Crawford was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.

Joseph Gill was the head of the family and he was 49 years of age.  He was a shoemaker who could read and write.  He was married to Margaret Gill who was 45 years of age.  She could read and write.  All of the family were born in Co Galway.  They had 1 daughter Marianne Gill who was 13 years of age.  She was a scholar and she could read and write.  Joseph Gill’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  There is no listing on the B2 form for Joseph Gill.  Canon Crawford was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Michael Kennedy was the head of the family and he was not married.  He was 30 years of age and he was an agricultural labourer who could read and write.  Michael Kennedy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant sharing 1 room.  There is no listing for Michael Kennedy on the B2 form. James Maher was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Fardy Carroll was the head of the family and he was 70 years of age.  He was an agricultural labourer who could read and write.  He was a widower.  Fardy Carroll’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant sharing 2 rooms.  There is no listing on the B2 form for Fardy Carroll.  Patrick Mullen was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

Sergeant Thomas O’Connor and his colleagues were quartered in the R I Constabulary barrack of Clonmoylan.  They were all farmer’s sons prior to enlistment or appointment and they could read and write.  Sergeant O’Connor was 49 years of age and he was born in Co Clare.  He could speak Irish and English.  He was a married man.  Constable T T was 43 years of age.  He was a widower and he was born in Co Leitrim. Constable F M was 24 years of age and he was born in Co Londonderry. He was not married.  Constable l I S was 22 years of age.  He was not married and he was born in Co Tyrone.  Constable J D was 21 years of age and he was born in Co Kerry.  He could read and write and he could speak Irish and English.  He was not married.

Census 1911

The N Form shows that there were 39 inhabited houses at the time of the 1911 census with 159 inhabitants.  There were 75 males and 74 females and 149 were Roman Catholics and 10 were Church of Ireland.  The B1 Form shows that the heads of the household were Patrick Lyons, John Slattery, Patrick Kennedy, Thomas Mulvehill, James Callahan, Patrick Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Fardy Carroll, Patrick Quinn, John Hanley, Mary Halloran, Norah Kenny, Martin Gorman, Michael Dolphin, Mary E Connell, John Mullen, Mary Fahy, Maria Tuohy, James Dillon, John Donnelly, John S Burke, Revd John Crawford, Lawrence Shiel, George A Buchanan, Mary Finlay, Thomas Coughlan, Michael Kean, Michael Calvin, Thomas Mitchell, Mary Fahy, Patrick Mullen, Cornelius Tully, Patrick Rohan, Patrick Gorman, John McDonagh, Anne Noonan, Bridget Tully and Sergeant Mich J Carroll. The B2 Form documents that there were 131 outhouses at the time of the census. The Census Form A was collected on 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, 12th and 14th April 1911.

Patrick Lyons was the head of the family and he was 48 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read.  He was married to Margt (sic) Lyons for 11 years, she was 48 years of age and she could read and write.  They did not have any children.  Michael Mulvehill was a brother-in-law of Patrick Lyons and he was a labourer who could read and write.  He was 42 years of age.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Patrick Lyons’ shop was built and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 4 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 3 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 shed and 1 store.  Margt Lyons was the land holder on whose holding the shop was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

John Slattery was the head of the family and he was 76 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Anne Slattery who was 77 years of age.  She could read and write.  They were married for 54 years and they had 10 children living.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Thomas Slattery was 38 years of age and he was a labourer.  He could read only and he was not married.  Joseph Slattery was 40 years of age and he was a farmer.  He could read and write and he was married.  Mary Slattery was 40 years of age and she could read and write.  She was married for 7 years and she had 2 children born alive and 1 child still living.  John Slattery was a grand-son of John Slattery and he was 2 years of age.  John Slattery’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 6 occupants sharing 4 rooms. His farm had 8 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 2 calf houses, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn. The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Patrick Kennedy was the head of the family and he was 35 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was married to Mary Kennedy for less than one year.  She was 33 years of age.  She could read and write. They had no children.  Patrick Kennedy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 shed.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Thomas Mulvehill was the head of the family and he was 79 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Catherine Mulvehill who was 77 years of age and she could read and write.  They were married for 38 years and they did not have any children.  Thomas Mulvehill’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its walls were made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 1 out office and farm steading consisting of 1 piggery.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

James Callahan was the head of the family and he was 58 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Mary Callahan for 27 years and they had 9 children born alive and 6 children living.  Edward Callahan was 28 years of age and he was a labourer who could read and write.  He was single.  Annie Callahan was 20 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  James Callahan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house and 1 piggery.  Thomas Mulvehill was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Patk (sic) Kelly was the head of the family and he was 76 years of age. He was a widower and a farmer who could read and write.  He had 1 son John Kelly who was 27 years of age and he could read and write.  John Kelly was married to Julia Kelly who was 27 years of age and she could read and write.  Thomas Gorman was a servant who was 24 years of age and he could read and write.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Patk (sic) Kelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms. His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 barn. The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Mary Kelly was the head of the family according to the Census A form, but on the B1 form it states Patrick Kelly was the head of each family residing in the house.  Mary Kelly was 58 years of age and she could read and write.  She was married for 26 years and she had 5 children born alive and 4 children living.  There were 2 sons and 2 daughters.  They were all born in Co Galway and all of the children were single.  Mary-Anne Kelly was 23 years of age.  She could read and write.  John Kelly was 22 years of age and he could read and write.  Katie Kelly was 20 years of age.  She could read and write. Tom Kelly was 19 years of age and he could read and write.  Mary and Patrick Kelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material. There were 3 windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  Their farm had 7 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 dairy, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, 1 boiling house and 1 barn.  Patrick Kelly was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Fardy Carroll was the head of the family and he was 74 years of age.  He was a widower and a labourer who was born in Co Galway.  He could read only.  Fardy Carroll’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant living in 2 rooms.  He is listed on the B2 form as not having any out offices or farm steadings.  Patrick Mullen was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 4th April 1911.

Patrick Quinn was the head of the family and he was 40 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Bridget Quinn who was 44 years of age.  She could read and write.  They were married for 8 years and they had 2 children living.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Mary Delia was 7 years of age.  She was a scholar who could read and write.  Laurence Quinn was 4 years of age.  Annie Halloran was a sister-in-law of Patrick Quinn and she was 40 years of age.  She could read and write and she was single.  Patrick Quinn’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms. His farm had 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 2 piggeries, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.  The Census form A was collected on 6th April 1911.

John Hanly was the head of the family and he was 70 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write and speak English.  He was married to Anne Hanly who was 68 years of age and she could read and write and speak English.  They were married for 40 years and they had 6 children born alive and 3 children still living.  They were all born in Galway.  Thomas Hanly was 40 years of age and he was a farmer who could read and write and speak English.  He was married.  Bridget Hanly was a daughter-in-law of John Hanly and she was 34 years of age.  She was married for 5 years and she had 1 child still living.  She could read and write and speak English.  Mary Anne Hanly was 1 year old.  James Woolhouse was a farm servant who was 18 years of age.  He could read and write and he was born in Galway.  He was not married.  John Hanly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 4 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 6 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  The Census form A was collected on 6th of April 1911.

Mary Halloran was the head of the family and she was 48 years of age. She was a shop keeper who could read and write and she was single.  Her niece Bridget Daniel was 26 years of age and she was single.  She could read and write.  They were born in Co Galway.  Mary Halloran’s dwelling was built as a shop.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  Her farm had 1 out office and farm steading consisting of 1 shed.  Patk Quinn was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 6th April 1911.

Norah Kenney was the head of the family and she was 69 years of age. She was a widow who could read only.  She had 2 sons. Martin Kenney who was 21 years of age, could read and write.  He was a farmer and he was single.  Michael Kenney was 20 years of age and he was a farmer who could read and write.  He was also single.  Norah Kenney’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  Her farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable and 1 cow house.  James Dillon was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 6th April 1911.

Martin Gorman was the head of the family and he was 31 years of age. He was a bootmaker who could read and write.  He was married to Bridget Gorman who was 30 years of age.  They were married for 8 years and there were no children.  Thomas Lynch was 40 years of age and he was a boarder.  He was also a boot maker who could read and write.  He was single.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Martin Gorman’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house and 1 work shop.  William Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census form A was collected on 6th April 1911.

Michael Dolphin was the head of the family and he was 52 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was married to Annie Dolphin who was 40 years of age.  She could read and write and they were married for 8 years with 4 children born and 4 children still living. John Dolphin was 13 years of age and he was a scholar who could read and write. Mary Anne Dolphin was 6½ years of age and she could read only.  She was a scholar.  Bridget Dolphin was 4½ years and she could not read.  Michael Dolphin was 2½ years of age.  Winifred Dolphin was 1 year old.  Michael Dolphin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 7 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  The Census form A was collected on 6th April 1911.

Mary E Connell was the head of the family and she was a widow who was 53 years of age.  Her occupation is listed as farming.  She was born in Co Galway.  She had 3 sons all of whom were born in England.  Vincent Connell was 14 years of age.  He was a scholar who could read and write.  Joseph Connell was 13 years of age and he could read and write.  He was a scholar.  Maurice L Connell was 11 years of age and he could read and write.  He was a scholar.  Mary E Connell’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 5 rooms.  Her farm had 6 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 barn.  William Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census A form was collected on 8th  April 1911.

John Mullin was the head of the family and he was 39 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write and speak English.  He was married to Katie Mullin who was 29 years of age.  She could read and write.  They were married for 7 years and they had 3 children born and 3 children still living.  Frank Mullin was 5 years of age.  Joe Mullin was 3 years of age and Margaret Mullin was 1 year and 5 months old.  They were all born in Co Galway.  John Mullin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 4 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 6 rooms. His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 barn.  The Census form A was collected on 8th April 1911.

Mary Fahy was the head of the family and she was a widow who was 72 years of age.  She had 1 son John Fahy, who was 38 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married for 6 years and he had 1 child still living.  Anna Fahy was a daughter-in-law of Mary Fahy She was 37 years of age and she could read and write.  She was married for 6 years and she had 1 child born and still living.  Patrick Fahy was a grand-son of Mary Fahy.  He was 2 years of age.  Mary Fahy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms. Her farm consisted of 1 piggery.  The Census A form was collected on 8th  April 1911.

Maria Tuohy was the head of the family and she was a widow. She was 77 years of age and she could read.  She had 1 son Patrick who was 53 years of age and he was a farmer.  He was married to Hanoria M Tuohy for 23 years and there were no children.  Hanoria Tuohy was 46 years of age and she could read and write.  Maria Tuohy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  Her farm had 1 out office and farm steading consisting of 1 cow house.  James Dillon was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 8th April 1911.

James Dillan was the head of the family and he was 49 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write and he was married to Bridget A Dillan who was 40 years of age and she could read and write.  They were married for 9 years and they had 4 children still living.  They were all born in Galway.  Mary A Dillan was 7 years of age and she was a scholar who could read and write.  Honoria Dillan was 5 years of age and she was a scholar who could read.  Nicholas Dillan was 4 years of age. Bridget Dillan was 2 years of age.  Mary Gorman was an 86 year old boarder who was born in Galway.  She was a widow and she could read. Thomas Gorman was 84 years of age and he was a boarder also.  He could read and write and he was born in Galway.  James Dillan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 8 occupants sharing 3 rooms. His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 barn.  The Census form A was collected on 8th April 1911.

John Donnelly was the head of the family and he was 35 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write and he was a single man. Margaret Donnelly was a sister of John Donnelly and she was 39 years of age.  She could read and write and she was also single.  They were both born in Co Galway.  John Donnelly’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There was 1 front window and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 2 rooms. His farm had 3 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house and 1 piggery.  Anne Walsh was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 8th April 1911.

John S Burke was the head of the family and he was 50 years of age.  He was a farmer who could read and write.  He was married to Mary C Burke who was 50 years of age.  She could read and write.  They were married for 30 years and they had 9 children born alive and 7 children still living and all of the children were single.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Nora J Burke was 24 years of age and she was a school teacher. She could read and write.  Stephen P Burke was 22 years of age and he could read and write.  John S Burke was 21 years of age and he could read and write.  Agnes F Burke was 19 years of age and she could read and write.  Bidelia C Burke was 17 years of age and she could read and write.  John S Burke’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick and concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 7 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  Anne Walsh was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 10th April 1911.

John Crawford was the head of the family and he was 78 years of age. He was born in Co Tyrone and his occupation was listed as a Cathedral Provost DD.  His religion was Church of Ireland.  He could read and write. He was married for 16 years to Mary Smith Crawford who was 53 years of age.  She was born in Co Wicklow and she was a novelist.  She could read and write.  Her religion was Church of Ireland.  William Bernett Hudson was a general man servant who was 29 years of age and who could read and write.  He was born in Co Wicklow and he was single. Sarah Isabel Hudson was a cook domestic and she was 27 years of age. She was born in Co Wicklow and she could read and write.  Her religion was Church of Ireland.  She was single.  Helen Henrietta Hudson was a housemaid domestic and she was 25 years of age.  She could read and write and her religion was Church of Ireland.  She was single.  Revd John Crawford’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 8 front windows and it was listed as a 1st class house with 5 occupants sharing 14 rooms. His farm had 9 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 2 coach houses, 1 harness room, 2 cow houses, 1 fowl house, 1 boiling house and 1 turf house.  The Census form A was collected on 10th April 1911.

Lawrence Shiel was the head of the family and he was 67 years of age. He was a farmer and a widower.  He could read and write and he could speak English.  His daughter Annie Shiel was 30 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  His son Michael G Shiel was 24 years of age and he was a labourer.  He could read and write and he was single.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Lawrence Shiel’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery and 1 barn.  Reverend John Crawford was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census A form was collected on 10th April 1911.

George A Buchanan was the head of the family and he was 71 years of age.  He was a farmer and he was born in Tyrone.  His religion was Church of Ireland and he could read and write.  He was married to Anne Jane Buchanan for 40 years.  She was 73 years of age and she could read and write.  She was born in Fermanagh and her religion was Church of Ireland.  They had 8 children born and 3 children still living.  William A Buchanan was a son of George A Buchanan and he was 36 years of age. He could read and write.  He was born in Fermanagh and he was single. His religion was Church of Ireland.  Dorothia E Stuard was a grand-daughter of George A Buchanan and she was 20 years of age.  She was born in Tyrone and she could read and write.  Her religion was Church of Ireland.  Patrick Kelly was a farm servant who was 38 years of age.  He was born in Galway and his religion was Catholic Church. He could read and write and he was a single man.  William Merchant was a domestic servant who was 16 years of age.  His religion was Church of Ireland and he could read and write.  He was born in Dublin and he was single.  George A Buchanan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick and concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 6 occupants sharing 5 rooms.  His farm had 8 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 coach house, 1 cow house, 1 calf house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, 1 barn and 1 shed.  The Census A form was collected on 10th April 1911.

Mary Finlay was the head of the family and she was 56 years of age. She could read and write and she could speak English.  She was a widow and she had 1 son and 2 daughters.  All of her family were born in Co Galway. Mary Finlay was 24 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  Bridget Finlay was 22 years of age and she could read and write. She was single.  John Finlay was ??? and he was a labourer.  He could read and write and he was single.  Mary Finlay’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  Her farm had 1 out office and farm steading consisting of 1 piggery.  Wm Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated. The Census form A was collected on 10th April 1911.

Thomas Coughlan was the head of the family and he was 54 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write and speak English.  He was married to Mary Coughlan who was 45 years of age.  She could read and write and speak English.  They were married for 25 years and they had 10 children still living who were all born in Co Galway.  Michael Coughlan was 18 years of age and he was a labourer.  He could read and write and speak English.  He was single.  Ellie Coughlan was 14 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write and speak English. Annie Coughlan was 13 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write and speak English.  Bina Coughlan was 10 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write and speak English. Emily Coughlan was 5 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and she could speak English.  Thomas Coughlan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 7 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 4 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery and 1 fowl house.  Wm (sic) Kemple was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 10th April 1911.

Michael Kean was the head of the family and he was 75 years of age. He was a farmer and he could not read.  He was married to Mary Kean who was 79 years of age.  She could not read.  They were married for 40 years and there are 2 sons listed on the census A form although it states 1 son born and 1 son living.  Michael Kean was 43 years of age and he was a labourer.  He could read and write and he was single.  Patrick Kean was 35 years of age and he was a labourer.  He could read and write and he was single.  Michael Kean’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 4 occupants sharing 3 rooms. His farm had 3 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house, 1 calf house and 1 piggery.  The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Michael Calvin was the head of the family and he was 54 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Anne Calvin who was 40 years of age and she could read and write.  They were married for 3 years and they had 1 child Mary B Calvin who was 2 years of age.  They were all born in Co. Galway.  Michael Calvin’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house and 1 fowl house.  The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Thomas Mitchell was the head of the family and he was 55 years of age. He was a farmer who could read and write. He was married to Margret Mitchell for 16 years and they had 4 children born alive and 2 children still living.  Margret Mitchell could not read.  Lizzie Mitchell was 12 years of age and she could read only.  She was a scholar.  Thomas Mitchell was 13 years of age and he was a scholar who could read only.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Thomas Mitchell’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 3 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 2 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 cow house and 1 fowl house.  The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Mary Fahy was the head of the family and she was 54 years of age. She was a farmer (sic) and she was married for 30 years.  She could read and write and speak English.  She had 5 children born alive and 4 children living who were all single.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Kath Fahy was 29 years of age.  She could read and write and speak English. Bridget Fahy was 19 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write and speak English.  William Fahy was 18 years of age.  He could read and write and speak English.  He was a farmer.  Michael Fahy was 17 years of age.  He was a farmer and he could read and write and speak English.  Mary Fahy’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  Her farm consisted of 1 piggery.  Patrick Mullen was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Patrick Mullen was the head of the family and he was 83 years of age. He was a farmer and a widower.  He could read and write.  His son John Mullen was 42 years of age and he was a farmer.  He could read and write and he was married to Catherine Mullen for 19 years.  They had 8 children born alive and 7 children still living.  They were all born in Co Galway.  Catherine Mullen was 43 years of age and she could read and write.  Patrick J Mullen was 18 years of age.  He could read and write.  He was single.  Mary E Mullen was 16 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  Annie Mullen was 14 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write.  Michael Mullen was 10 years of age and he was a scholar.  He could read and write.  Winifred Mullen was 8 years of age.  She could read and write and she was a scholar. Catherine Mullen was 6 years of age and she was a scholar.  She could read and write.  John Mullen was 4 years of age and he could not read.  Patrick Mullen’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 10 occupants sharing 4 rooms. His farm had 2 stables, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn. The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Cornelius Tully was the head of the family and he was 70 years of age. He was a farmer and he was single.  He could read only.  His sister E Kate Tully was 50 years of age and she could read and write and she was single.  They were both born in Co Galway.  Cornelius Tully’s house was built as a shop and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 2 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 3 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house and 1 piggery.  The Census A form was collected on 12th April 1911.

Patk (sic) Rohan was the head of the family and he was 66 years of age. He was a farmer and he was married to Bridget Rohan who was 54 years of age.  They were married for 33 years and they had 10 children born alive and 7 children still living.  They were all born in Co Galway. Winifred Rohan was 19 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  Kate Rohan was 17 years of age and she could read and write.  She was single.  Michael Rohan was 11 years of age and he was a scholar.  Patk (sic) Rohan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 3 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm had 3 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house and 1 piggery.  The Census form A was collected on 12th April 1911.

Patrick Gorman was the head of the family and he was 63 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Anne Gorman who was 68 years of age.  She could read and write.  They were married for 34 years and they had 8 children born alive and 7 children still living.  They were all born in Co Galway.  John Gorman was 33 years of age and he was a farmer.  He could read and write and he was married.  Norah Gorman was 30 years of age.  She was a daughter-in-law of Patrick Gorman.  She could read and write.  James Gorman was 26 years of age and he was a tailor.  He was single.  Patrick Gorman’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class house with 5 occupants sharing 4 rooms.  His farm had 5 out offices and farm steadings consisting of 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house and 1 barn.  The Census A form was collected on 14th April 1911.

John McDonagh was the head of the family and he was 72 years of age. He was a farmer and he could read and write.  He was married to Anne McDonagh for 45 years.  She was 72 years of age and she could read and write.  They were both born in Co Galway.  They had 5 children still living none of whom are listed on the Census A form.  John McDonagh’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of thatch, wood or other perishable material.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 2 occupants sharing 3 rooms.  His farm consisted of 1 cow house.  Cornelius Tully was the land holder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 14th April 1911.

Anne Noonan was the head of the family and she was 36 years of age. She was a widow who could not read and she was born in Co Galway.  Anne Noonan’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 1 occupant living in 2 rooms.  Her farm consisted of 1 fowl house.  Patrick Mullen was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 14th April 1911.

Bridget Tully was the head of the family.  She was a widow and she could not read.  Her illness is listed as idiot (sic).  She had 6 children born alive and 4 children still living.  Her son James Tully was a farmer who was 35 years of age.  He could read and write and he was single.  Her daughter Kate Tully was 37 years of age and she could read and write.  Her illness is listed also as idiot (sic).  She was single.  Bridget Tully’s house was built as a private dwelling and was inhabited. Its walls were built of mud, wood or other perishable material and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 3rd class house with 3 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  She did not have any out offices or farm steadings.  John Slattery was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 14th April 1911.

Sergeant C M G, RIC Barrack, was 39 years of age and he was married. He could read and write and he was born in Co Westmeath.  Constable M W was 26 years of age and he was single.  He could read and write and he was born in Co Sligo.  Constable S T was 25 years of age and he was single.  He could read and write and he was born in Co Kerry. Constable C P J was 19 years of age and he was single.  His previous occupation before enlistment and assignment was listed as a grocer’s assistant.  He was born in Co Donegal and he could read and write.  The barrack was inhabited.  Its walls were built of stone, brick or concrete and its roof was made of slate, iron or tiles.  There were 2 front windows and it was listed as a 2nd class building with 4 occupants sharing 2 rooms.  There were no out offices or farm steadings listed on the B2 form.  George A Buchanan was the landholder on whose holding the barrack was situated.  The Census form A was collected on 14th April 1911.

The final house listed was uninhabited.  There is no record on the B1 or B2 form for this dwelling except that Revd John Crawford was the landholder on whose holding the house was situated.

This page was added on 15/07/2015.

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  • I’ve just come across this website (Jan 2018) and found information about my great grandfather, George Alexander Buchanan. Two questions – did he rent/own this land at Clonmoylan and secondly, is there any way of finding out how he came from Co.Tyrone to Co. Galway? He had endured a lot of trageday (death of 5 children). Did he need a new start? Later he moved to Tyrelpass where he died and is buried. We think he moved there when his son, William, married there.

    By Charmian Calvert (27/01/2018)

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