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Source for:   Ellen Whooley,   JUN 1918 -          Index

Christening source:    S509

Event source:    S509



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Source for:   Anne ?,    - 4 NOV 1997         Index

Death source:    S451



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Source for:   John Sullivan,   1873 - 21 APR 1961         Index

Burial source:    S509

Death source:    S509



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Source for:   Florence Mary Kate Sumner,   JUL 1909 -          Index

Christening source:    S509

Event source:    S509



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Source for:   Margaret Barrett,   MAY 1819 -          Index

Christening source:    S620

Event source:    S620



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Source for:   John Barrett,   1822 - 1875         Index

Birth source:    S566
Page:   Southern Star June 2, 1951 Our Dublin Letter I forgot to enquire if my old neighbor, Jim Hourihane, formerly of Drimoleague, had any recollection of the “patterns” held at Breadagh Cross, for very likely he had. “Patterns” at that cross, insignificant looking as it may appear to be to modern passers-by, date back a long while, for there died in Wales in 1874 a man who made a nine days topic of conversation for local residents when he was a young man of twenty-five, for he took away from there, on horseback, a young girl of eighteen, and induced the parish priest of Drom Da Liag to marry them the following morning. They both had danced at Breadagh Cross “patterns” on many a Sunday afternoon. That girl of eighteen returned to Drom Da Liag after her husband’s death in Cardiff and she was an old woman of seventy-six when she related the story to me. She herself had been the theme of some songs composed by her early admirers and faithful partner, for her husband was one of the well-known Gaedhealacha of his time. She tried to check his incursions into poetry, when she was his wife, in order to ward off the misfortunes that were supposed to dog the steps of poets. He promised to cease composing verses but she knew that he had broken that promise, and seemed to have accepted her fate, because she understood that he would be very unhappy if he were deprived of the pleasure he found in making such verses, Sean Baroid of Lower Lissane, was the file Gaedhealach, and Maire Mhairtin of Lower Rerahanagh was the cailin og of eighteen. Note: error relating to date of death so age of marriage was probably off a litle bit too as was Mary Matin being 18 when she 17.



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Source for:   Honora McCarthy,   NOV 1845 -          Index

Birth source:    S620

Christening source:    S620

Event source:    S620



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Source for:   Finn McCarthy,   FEB 1923 - 28 JUN 2013         Index

Event source:    S509

Christening source:    S509



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Source for:   John Joseph McCarthy,   JUN 1928 - 31 JAN 2017         Index

Event source:    S509

Christening source:    S509

Burial source:    S479

Death source:    S479