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William (Bill) HAYES [Parents] was born on 9 Feb 1912 in Fairy Street, Templeathea, Athea, Co. Limerick. He was christened on 10 Feb 1912 in Athea, Co. Limerick. He died on 13 Aug 1985 in Limerick. He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Athea, Co. Limerick. William married Mary CULHANE on 28 Jun 1947.

Bill's baptismal sponsors were Thomas Hudson and Margaret O'Donnell.

Bill inherited Fairy Street House and associated farms. The house and principal farm were still in the ownership of the Hayes family in 1987. By that time, one of the two remaining Hayes farms was owned by Gerald Griffin, who had married a member of the Hayes family, with the other farm having been bought by a John Collins in the 1940s.

A great-grandfather of Bill's wife, Mary, was a first cousin of Johanna Culhane, a great-grandmother of Bill's.

Mary CULHANE was born about 1916. She died on 5 Aug 2001. She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Athea, Co. Limerick. Mary married William (Bill) HAYES on 28 Jun 1947.

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Frank Castle TURNER [Parents] was born on 19 Oct 1839 in Wynn St., Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was christened on 22 Jan 1840 in Saint Martin, Birmingham, Warwickshire. He died on 31 Aug 1905 in Charing Cross Hospital, London. Frank married Teresa L. LYNCH on 12 Feb 1874 in St. Patrick's Chapel, Sutton St., Soho Square, London.

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Frank was an artist. At the time of the 1861 census he was living with his parents and two sisters at 43 Michael's Place, St. Mary Abbot, Kensington, London. At the time of his death in 1905 he was living with his second wife, Mary, at 14 Belgrave St., Kings Cross, London.

Teresa L. LYNCH [Parents] was born about 1849 in London. She died on 1 Jun 1881 in 32 St. Mary Abbots Terrace, Kensington, London. Teresa married Frank Castle TURNER on 12 Feb 1874 in St. Patrick's Chapel, Sutton St., Soho Square, London.

Teresa died, aged only 31, at the home of her eldest sister, Jane. The cause of death was tuberculosis from which she had been suffering for at least six months.

Marriage Notes:

Witnesses were Teresa's siblings Anna Maria and William, and the marriage was certified by Teresa's brother Edward. Teresa's address at the time of the marriage was 21 Great Russell St., Bloomsbury while Frank's was 11 Sydney St., Chelsea.

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Teresa Winifred TURNER was born about 1875 in Bayswater, London.

Teresa and her sister, Rosa, appear (from the 1881 census) to have been raised by their maternal grandmother after the early death of their mother in 1881.

It appears Teresa became a nun as a Teresa Turner, aged 36 and born in Bayswater, is listed in the 1911 census an an assistant elementary teacher among the "members of religious community of women" at "The Convent, Stratton-on-the-Fosse, near Bath". This convent appears to have been attached to a Catholic primary school founded in 1825, now St. Benedict's Catholic Primary School. According to St. Benedict's website, "An order of nuns came to the school in 1897 and a small convent was built near St Benedict's Church in Stratton-on-the-Fosse. Nuns ran the school until 1965 and the last nun left in July 1968 when the Convent closed. The school continued at Stratton-on-the-Fosse until December 1974, and reopened at its present site at Charlton Lane on 7 January 1975."

Teresa probably entered the convent after her father's death as she is described as a "spinster" (rather than a religious sister) in her father's probate records. Teresa's father died in 1905 and she inherited his entire estate, valued at £460 10s. That her only sister, Rosa, is not mentioned in the probate records (dated 1 August 1911) suggests that Rosa may have died prior to this date, or she may have entered the convent (religious sisters generally did not receive inheritances as they would have taken a vow of poverty).
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Rosa Mary TURNER was born on 11 Jul 1876 in St. Giles, London. She was christened on 11 Aug 1876 in St. Patrick's Church, Soho Square, Westminster, London.

Rosa's baptismal sponsors were Jacob Hobbs and Emma Hobbs.

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