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Al Beagan's "Genealogy Notes"© 1996 of Knockbride (Cnoc Bride) Parish
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1813 ?THE TRAINOR INFORMATION IRELAND TO AUSTRALIA From the New South Wales Australia Death Records comes the following information:
NAME JOHN TRAINOR
DATE OF DEATH 6/4/1894
PLACE WILLIAM STREET, URANA NSW
PLACE OF BIRTH CAVAN IRELAND
TIME IN AUST COLONIES 52 YEARS IN NSW
FATHER JAMES TRAINOR
MOTHER MARGARET CLARK
PLACE OF MARRIAGE	MELBOURNE VICTORIA AUST
AGE AT MARRIAGE 25
NAME OF SPOUSE MARY COMYNS
INFORMATION ON MARY COMYNS
BORN ENNIS IRELAND FATHER NOT KNOWN MOTHER MARY QUINN. DIED AGED 92 ON 6 SEPTEMBER 1921.
FROM INFORMATION OF ARRIVAL IN AUSTRALIAN PORTS
ANNE TRAINER UNMARRIED FARM SERVANT R.C. AGE 22 YRS. COULD READ .NATIVE PLACE (I FEEL THAT THIS WAS MEANT TO BE KNOCKBRIDE) KNOCKBRIDGE CO CAVAN. MOTHER MARGARET (DECD) FATHER TRAINER JAMES. UNDER PROTECTION OF MICHAEL LYNCH & WIFE. MICHAEL LYNCH WAS KNOWN TO MARY TRAINOR FOR 13 YEARS (SHOWN ON SHIPPING PAPERS)
ANTHONY TRAINER UNMARRIED FARM LABOURER R.C. NATIVE PLACE BAILIEBOROUGH CO CAVAN. FATHER TRAINER JAMES (FARMER WIDOWER)
I HAVE NOT FOUND THE SHIPPING RECORD OF JOHN TRAINOR MY GG GRANDGRAFATHER, BUT FROM ALL REPORTS HERE IN AUSTRALIA THEY ALL TRAVELLED TOGETHER TO AUSTRALIA. THE SHIP WAS NAMED THE ALBATROSS AND DEPARTED KINGSTOWN DUBLIN ON 23 JULY 1841 AND ARRIVED IN AUSTRALIA 30 NOVEMBER 1841. THE VOYAGE LASTED 130 DAYS AND TOUCHED AT NO PORTS. THIS INFORMATION APPEARS ON THE SHIPPING PAPERS FOR THE TRAINERS AND MICHAEL LYNCH
CHARACTER, AND PERSON CERTIFYING THE SAME:
PAT CLARKE I CANNOT MAKE THIS OUT RICH CLARKE BAILIEBOROUGH
I HAVE NOT BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN FINDING ANY INFORMATION ON JAMES & MARGARET TRAINOR NEE CLARKE FROM IRELAND. JAMES TRAINOR DID COME TO AUSTRALIA WITH HIS CHILDREN, JOHN, ANTHONY OR ANNE AND THE PAPERS STATE THAT WHEN THEY LEFT FOR AUSTRALIA IN 1841 THEIR MOTHER MARGARET (CLARKE) WAS DEAD.
FROM ANOTHER TRAINOR LINE STARTING IN BAILIEBOROUGH, CO CAVAN, WITH WHOM I AM WORKING WITH IN AUSTRALIA, WE ARE CONVINCED THERE IS A CONNECTION TO MY TRAINOR LINE AND THEIRS.
FRANCIS TRAINOR MARRIED MARY GAUGHRAN AND HAD THE FOLLOWING CHILDREN:
JOHN TRAINOR B1834 SHANCROCK, BAILIEBOROUGH CC
OWEN TRAINOR B16/9/1835 SHANCROCK,
MARK TRAINOR B 18/2/1838
BRIDGET TRAINOR B 24/6/1840
PAT TRAINOR B 7/7/1843
WE KNOW THAT JOHN, OWEN AND MARK CAME TO AUSTRALIA BUT FEEL SURE THAT THE PARENTS AND REMAINING CHILDREN STAYED/DIED IN IRELAND.
I HAVE A COPY OF PAPERS FROM A MICHAEL KELLY, BAILIEBOROUGH, CC FEBRUARY 1980. AND THEY INCLUDE INFORMATION FROM THE BAPTISMAL REGISTER OF THE CHURH OF ST ANNE, DIOCESE OF KILMORE.
OWEN SPONSERS OWEN GAGHRAN CATHERINE TREANOR
MARK PAT CLARKE SALLY ???
BRIDGET MATTHEW AND ANNE TREANOR
PAT JAMES TRAYNOR BRIDGET CLARKE
FRANK JAMES CULLEN BETTY CLARKE
I REALISE THAT YOU CANNOT ASSUME TOO MUCH IN FAMILY HISTORY BUT IN DESPERATION WE HAVE CONCLUDED THAT PERHAPS FRANCIS AND MY GG GRANDFATHER WERE BROTHERS. WE REACHED THIS CONCLUSION FROM THE INFORMATION SHOWN ABOVE ON THE BAPTISMAL REGISTER.
THE NAMES CLARKE ARE HERE AND THIS WAS THE NAME OF JAMES TRAINORS WIFE (MARGARET CLARKE) JAMES TRAYNOR WAS A SPONSER IN 1843 TO PAT WITH BRIDGET CLARKE, WE KNOW FROM THE SHIPPING PAPERS THAT HIS WIFE MARGARET WAS DECEASED BY THIS TIME.
THIS IS ALL THE INFORMATION I HAVE AT THIS TIME, I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY INFORMATION YOU MAY HAVE THAT COULD ASSIST ME. Judith Morrissey Sydney Australia email@example.com
1823 "May rent, 1823 Ths Rogers Tattinaugh; H. Rogers Tallinagh / Tateaeagh; John Rodgers Tallereagh" Hudson Papers, MS 13698 National Lib. of Ireland
1825 "Searching the following Cavan families: CROSSON, Peggy & FOX, Bernard, m. abt. 1825 of Lear/Leure, Knockbride parish. Peggy's family was from Greaghettiagh. Claire McCormack Rochester, New York firstname.lastname@example.org
June 15, 1826 Birth year of " Margaret Carolan b in Parish Nockbride, County Cavan, Ire. 15 June 1826 - 4 Aug 1893 Patrick b County Cavan, Ire 31 Oct 1826 -21 Jan 1900" .St Joseph's Bloomfield Cemetery: Many of the people of Bloomfield, Illinois were from the Cavan area. Almost all of the people it seems followed a priest from Cavan a father McGirr. Many more but there stones are not marked. I will list some of the information on the Grave yard at what is left of old Bloomfield. Also a few that were buried in Quincy. If you see a name you are wondering about here is the Home page for the Great River Genealogical Society. It is very much alive and there home page can tell you who to contact to search for any questions you might have. http://www.outfitters.com/~grgs/ Contributed by John D. Daugherty Ardmire@worldnet.att.net
1827 "I have a cousin who has done some research on the McGivney/McCabe family. She corresponded with an Andrew McGivney who, in 1988, resided in Crenew, Kilnaleck town, County Cavan. He was able to help her with some of the information that we have. I descend from Andrew Meguivney/McGivney and Catherine McCabe. There is a McGivney junction in New Brunswick, Canada. My cousin seems to think that our McGivney line was from Drumloman which is next to t he townland of Crenew. Andrew sent her what he found in the 1821 census for Drumloman.
Bernard McGivney, age 55, owned 27 acres of land
Mary- age 52
Andrew (my line) age 21
Thomas age 19
Bryan age 12
James age 10
Anne age 14
Eliner age 10
Mary age 17
My cousin thinks the parish may have been Crosserlough. One of the McGivneys, Michael, was the founder of the Knights of Columbus. My father used to talk about that. That branch of the McGivneys emigratedto Waterbury, CT. In 1827, there was a Bryan McGivney listed for the townland of Crenew and he owned the 27 acres previously owned by Bernard. The thinking is that Andrew McGivney, b ca 1800, went to the townland of Pottlebrack as a farm hand and met and married Catherine McCabe. Catherine was born in Pottlebrack ca 1804, the daughter of Dennis McCabe. Andrew and Catherine emigrated to this country in August of 1833 along with Catherine's brother, Patrick, "Paddy" McCabe. They settled in Malone, Franklin County, NY, which had a large Irish settlement. My cousin, Carole McGivney, found in the Tithe Applotment Book that identifies Patrick McCabe of Pottlebrack, parish of Knockbridge, Co. Cavan. for 1827.
NAME AREA OF LAND TITHE MONEY
Patrick McCabe 10a Or Op 7 6
Andrew McGuivney --------- 4 8 1/2
Patrick McGuivney --------- 6 5 1/2
Dennis was married 3 times and had 21 children. Catherine was the youngest. My dad was Daniel Leo Fahey, b 1902, Lowell, MA, son Daniel Leo Fahey, Sr. b 1866 Cherebusco, NY, and Catherine McGivney b 1863, Malone, NY.. Catherine was the daughter of Bernard McGivney, b 1830, County Cavan, and Ann Lawless, b 1835, Ireland. Bernard was the son of Andrew and Catherine McCabe McGivney. Ann Lawless was the daughter of Michael Lawless and Ann Fox, both born Ireland. : Brenda Finnegan <email@example.com>
Jun.12,1835 In Mat,m Conjouins ? Thomarn Tealan et Margarslom Lynch Coram. Qainbs Lynch et Josepho Biggans. Knockbride Parish, Dioces of Kilmore. Co. Cavan. LDS baptism, marriage and deaths in Kilmore Parish, Co. Cavan.
Mar.26,1836 R.P. Farrelly baptized Fransiscan of Michael Bagan and Alice Philips. God-parents were Patrick Lynch and Anna Duffy. Townlands of Ahua, Parish of Knockbride, Co. Cavan. LDS
April, 1838 "Paid to 12 poor tenants or cottiers on Greyhitta, who with their children 54 persons, to induce them to quit the land, I provide future places of abode. errors & omissions excepted Jo Dickson May 7, 1838" M 5535, Papers of Lady Garvagh, National Lib. of Ireland
May 24, 1838 "?. Patrick Cappock married Elizabeth (Riley) and in 1838 (24 May) Mary Cappock (Drumhilla) was born. sponsors were Joseph Unknown and Anne Kelly. Parish of Knockbride; in 1842 Bridget (Cappy) (Druminick) was born. Sponsors were ward Elliott and Margaret Martin." Reearch interest of Patricia Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
July 30,1838 ?????? is baptized to Peter Finlay et Margt Biggan. P ????? et Anna Guinn. Townlands of Rooskey ?, Parish of Knockbride, Diocese of Kilmore,Co. Cavan. LDS 0926133 item3 Parish registers 1835-1860
Rooskey in Galic is R`usgach, a marsh. The townland contains 202 a. 2r. 8p. statute, being all cultivated with the exception of 18 acres of bog, 2 acres of rough land and 12 1/2 acres of water. There are no houses or farm buildings of note with the exception of the meeting house and Police Station which are in the Northeast angle of the townland. The highest land is Rooskey station which is 553 above the sea at low water. There is one fort and six lime kilns in it. There is a communication road passing from East to West and another from N. to S. through the townland. Heart of Breifne DA 990 C-29 H42 1984
Mar 8 1840 - the marriage of Catherine Rock. Michael Keappock, son of Patrick Cappy and Bridget Clarke married Rose Rock daughter of Philip Rock and Bridget Rock (nee Markie) on 9 April 1883, Both were 21." Reearch interest of Patricia Smith email@example.com
April 2,1840 Ann Beagins (is baptized to) Laurence (Beagins and) Margart McAul. (sponsors were) Charles Beagins (and) Mary McAul. Townlands of Curosslla (Corravilla), Parish of Knockbride, Diocese of Kilmore,Co. Cavan. LDS 0926133 item 3 Parish registers 1835-1860
Corravilla in Galic is Corr An Bhile Hill of the ancient tree. The townland contains 538 a. 3r. 17p. statute, being all cultivated with the exception of 38 acres of bog, 15 acres of rough rocky ground and 6 1/2 acres of water. There are no houses or farm buildings of note . The highest land is the trigl.station which is 684 above the sea at low water. White Lough is at the N.W. angle of the townland. A communication road commences in the W. side of the townland and passes in a Northern direction.I contains about 250 inhabitants. Male servants receive 4lb and females 2lb per annum. Ordnance Survey from The Heart of Breifne DA 990 C-29 H42 1984
Nov.1840 Margaret (is baptized to ? ) McCabe ? Bagan and Catherine Rielly. (sponsors) John Handrahan and Bridget McCabe. Townlands of Killilia (Killalis) ?, Parish of Knockbride, Kilmore diocese, Co. Cavan. LDS Parish Registers 0926133 item 3 , Parish Registers1835-1860.
Killalis in Galic is Coill An Lis which means wood of the fort. The townland contains 218 a. 3r. 34p. statute, being all cultivated with the exception of 19 acres of bog, 3 acres of rough ground, 20 acres of planting and 3 1/2 acres of water. It is the property of ? Adams Esqr. of Killaliss. Killaliss House is the only house of note. There is a Methodist chapel on the side of the road to Cavan, which road passes through the N. end of the townland. There is also a road to Cootehill at the N. end of the townland. There is one fort in it, 506 above the level of the sea, at low water and it is also the highest point of the townland. There are 4 lime kilns in it and a smithy on the Cavan Rd. Ordnance Survey from The Heart of Breifne DA 990 C-29 H42 1984
Apr.28,1841 James Bragin ?, Pott (married ? Baptized ?) Mary Monaghan , Justin Halfpenny , Rose Halfpenny. Townland of Killily (Killalis) ?, Parish of Knockbride, Kilmore diocese, Co. Cavan
May 5,1841 Alex Findy (is baptized to) Peter Findy (and) Bridget Beggin. Ned Grimes and Margaret Smyth (sponsors). Townlands of Boosbry (Roosky)? , Parish of Knockbride, Kilmore diocese, Co. Cavan. LDS Parish Registers 0926133 item 3 , Parish Registers1835-1860.
Nov.19,1841 John, son of Peter Lynch and Mary Clark. Sp. William Lynch and Ann Beggin. Townland of Drumannach (Druminnick)? , Parish of Knockbride, Kilmore diocese, Co. Cavan. LDS Parish Registers 0926133 item 3 , Parish Registers1835-1860.
Druminnick in Galic is Droim Fhionn`og and means Ridge of the scald crows. The townland contains 77 a. 1r. 26p. statute, being all cultivated with the exception of 7 acres of bog, and 5 1/2 acres of waterThere is one fort in it, and 4 lime kilns in it. The road from Cavan to Shercock runs through the S. end of the townland. Ordnance Survey from The Heart of Breifne DA 990 C-29 H42 1984
Mar.6,1842 James Beggan of Drumameack (Druminnick) ?. Deaths in Knockbride Parish, dioces of Kilmore, Co. Cavan. LDS
April 13, 1843 "I am searching for ancestors of Matt Ferguson and Isabella Ingram married Church of Ireland April 13 1843 Parish of Knockbride. Son John Edward born Jan 14 1844 and baptised 2 days later at Correneary Prebs Church. Next appears in 1851 Census Durham Co. Province of Ontario Canada. Would like to find parents siblings of Matt and Isabella etc Thanks Garnet Ferguson Port Elgin Ont Canada Jan & Garnet Ferguson My e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug.1,1843 Catherine, daughter of Peter Lynch and Cath Clark. Sp. Charles Beggan and Biddy Clark. Baptism at Drumaswok (Drumamuck)? townlands. , Parish of Knockbride, Diocese of Kilmore.
I quit these records as of Aug.19,1844 that is Diocese of Kilmore, Parish of Knockbride
Drumamuck in Galic is Droim Na Muc which means Ridge of the pigs The townland contains 243 a. 3r. 25p. statute, being all cultivated with the exception of 32 acres of bog, 5 acres of planting, 3 acres of rocky ground and 18 1/2 acres of water. Rents are from 24s. to 28s. per acre. It is the property of the Rector of the parish. The Glebe House is the only building of note in it. A R.C. Chaple is on the W. boundry of the townland. Knockbride Lough, Upper and Lower, are at the N.W. end. Black Lough at W. side, White Lough is E. side of the townland. The highest land is about 521 above the sea at low water . There are 7 lime kilns in it. Two communication roads pass from E. to W. through the townland. Male servants receive 4lb, and females 2lb per annum.Ordnance Survey from The Heart of Breifne DA 990 C-29 H42 1984
1854, 27 February - the marriage of Patrick Cappy (Knockbride).abt.1826) and Bridget Clarke (Corravilla) . Witnesses were Pat Cussody and Honara Clarke. I have a lot of their children born in Ireland and the ones who went to Scotland, America and Australia. Reearch interest of Patricia Smith email@example.com
1860 "The 1860 Mt. Sterling, Illinois census records Hugh Tinley, 53, born in Ireland, a farmer. His real estate was valued at $120, and his personal property at $117. In his household were:
> Mrs. Ellen Tinley, 53, born in Ireland,
> Matthew, 22, single, born in Ireland, a farmer
> Frank, 14, single, born in Ireland
> Thos McCabe, 35, single, born in Ireland, a farmer His real estate was valued at $200; no value was placed on his personal property.
[1860 US Census, State of Illinois, County of Brown, Township of Mt. Sterling, Mt. Sterling Post Office, Page 45 [unclear], Enumerated 19 June 1860].
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Hugh Tinley was from Cavan. He emigrated ca 1850 to Quincy, IL, where his wife Bridget McDermott, daughter of Nellie Carroll McDermott and Owen McDermott, from "NocBride" [as written in an early family record], promptly died. Hugh remarried in 1851, and, by 1854, had taken up farming in Brown County, IL, just east of Quincy, IL.
There were Bradys and Henrys who came to Hannibal, Missouri, almost across the river from Quincy, a few years earlier.
My Brady/Tinley/Henry/Monaghan research fits all these folks into the parishes of Laragh, Kill, and Knockbride. But ... I'm still sorting out the pieces.
You've always been so helpful to everyone, that I thought I'd point out something I just found about a McCabe in the US, living with Tinleys from Co. Cavan: Best regards ~ Jim Dowd St. Louis
Jan. 6, 1861 I'm researching Patrick CROSSEN, b.Feb. 22, 1858, in Co. Cavan, unknown town. His parents were James Crossen & Margaret McEntee. I know of only one sibling of Patrick, but possibly there are more. Sister Susan was born Jan. 6, 1861, Drumbinnis, Knockbride Parish, Co. Cavan. Patrick immigrated to Orleans Co., New York, USA, about 1873. He married Anna Kelly, born Niagara Co., New York, of Irish born parents. (Incidentally, one of Anna's sisters married a MURTAUGH- don't know if there is any connection to the family being mentioned on the list recently). Carolyn Orleans Co., New York USA firstname.lastname@example.org
1873 ""Searching the following Cavan families: McMAHON, Brigid & FOX, James, m. abt. 1873 of Turfad, Knockbride parish. Claire McCormack Rochester, New York email@example.com
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