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Patrick HALLORAN died. Patrick married Johanna DILLANE.

Johanna DILLANE died. Johanna married Patrick HALLORAN.

They had the following children.

  M i John HALLORAN was born about 24 Jul 1868. He died on 19 Jul 1923.

Stephen Edward Mary BOUCHIER-HAYES [Parents] was born on 4 Jun 1865 in Shanagolden, Co. Limerick. He died on 7 Apr 1907 in Scart House, Mullinavat, Co. Kilkenny. Stephen married Ann (Annie) WARD on 24 Feb 1900 in Church of St. Augustine, Limerick.

Other marriages:
TARPEY, Teresa Mary

Stephen was a medical doctor. He worked in England before returning to Ireland. After their marriage, he and second wife, Annie, lived in Athea, Co. Limerick, then Listowel, Co. Kerry and then on the island of Inishboffin, Co. Galway. They later lived in Mullinavat, Co. Kilkenny. Stephen was only 41 years old when he died.

Note: I have also seen Stephen's name written as Edward Stephen Bouchier-Hayes.

Ann (Annie) WARD [Parents] died. Ann married Stephen Edward Mary BOUCHIER-HAYES on 24 Feb 1900 in Church of St. Augustine, Limerick.

Annie's mother owned the Hibernian Hotel in Rathkeale, Co. Limerick.


Hugh TARPEY [Parents] was born about 1821. He died on 3 Jan 1898 in Tarpey's Hotel, Nassau St., Dublin. He was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Hugh married Jane BRENNAN.

Hugh Tarpey, who served as Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1877, owned Tarpey's Hotel on Nassau St., Dublin.

Jane BRENNAN died. Jane married Hugh TARPEY.

They had the following children.

  M i William Kingsley (Kingsley) TARPEY was born about 1858. He died in 1911.
  F ii Teresa Mary TARPEY died in 1893.
  M iii
Hugh Laurence TARPEY was born on 15 Nov 1864 in Grand Canal St., Dublin. He was christened on 17 Nov 1864 in Westland Row, Dublin.

James TARPEY died.

James was from Rockfield, Co. Galway.

He had the following children.

  M i Hugh TARPEY was born about 1821. He died on 3 Jan 1898.

William Kingsley (Kingsley) TARPEY [Parents] was born about 1858. He died in 1911 in probably Dublin. William married 'UNKNOWN'.

William, known as Kingsley, was a solicitor and author. He lived in Dublin.

'UNKNOWN' died. 'UNKNOWN' married William Kingsley (Kingsley) TARPEY.


'unknown' SULLIVAN died. 'unknown' married 'unknown' SWEENEY (female).

'unknown' SWEENEY (female) [Parents] died. 'unknown' married 'unknown' SULLIVAN.


Dennis Charles Patrick WILLIAMS [Parents] was born in 1922 in Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. He died in Sep 2016 in Plymouth, Devon. He was buried on 28 Sep 2016 in Weston Mill Cemetery and Crematorium, Plymouth. Dennis married Margaret J. MAYNE in 1957 in Plymouth, Devon.

Dennis lived in Plymouth. It is not known if he and his wife, Margaret, had a family.

Living.


John BEIRNE died on 15 Mar 1926. He was buried in Old Shankill Cemetery, Elphin, Co. Roscommon. John married Ellen CORCORAN on 23 Oct 1861 in Kiltoghert, Co. Leitrim.

Ellen CORCORAN [Parents] was born about 1838. She died on 8 Feb 1933. She was buried in Old Shankill Cemetery, Elphin, Co. Roscommon. Ellen married John BEIRNE on 23 Oct 1861 in Kiltoghert, Co. Leitrim.

Other marriages:
RUTLEDGE, Michael

They had the following children.

  M i
Patrick BEIRNE was born in 1863. He died in 1930.
  M ii
James BEIRNE died.
  M iii
Charles BEIRNE died.
  M iv
Francis BEIRNE died.
  F v
Eliza BEIRNE died.
  M vi
John BEIRNE died.
  F vii
Catherine BEIRNE died.
  M viii
Thomas BEIRNE died.
  F ix
Anne BEIRNE died.
  F x
Bernard BEIRNE died.
  M xi
Joseph BEIRNE died.
  M xii
Martin BEIRNE died.

Michael RUTLEDGE [Parents] was born about 1860 in possibly Cloonmulligan, Co. Leitrim. He died on 2 Sep 1947 in Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross, Dublin. He was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Michael married Mary Jane GEOGHEGAN about 1890.

Michael worked as a hotel porter. He and his family lived in the Phibsboro area of Dublin.

Mary Jane GEOGHEGAN [Parents] was born on 8 Sep 1865 in Co. Dublin. She died on 28 Sep 1938 in Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross, Dublin. She was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Mary married Michael RUTLEDGE about 1890.

Other marriages:
BRUTON, John

At the time of the birth of her first child with her first husband, John, Mary was living at 17 Royal Canal in Dublin.

They had the following children.

  F i
Eleanor Celia RUTLEDGE was born on 19 Dec 1893 in Dublin. She died on 30 Jun 1899 in 30 Hughes Buildings, Dublin.

Eleanor died aged five of pneumonia.
  F ii
Ann (Annie) RUTLEDGE was born on 16 Sep 1891 in Dublin. She died on 10 Aug 1974 in Dublin. She was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.

Annie lived in Philadelphia from 1912 until 1919 when she returned to Ireland.
  M iii
John Francis RUTLEDGE was born on 9 Jan 1895 in Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. He died on 1 Nov 1895 in 3 Villa Bank, Royal Canal, Dublin.

John died at the age of 10 months of "dentition" and "convulsions".
  F iv
Angela RUTLEDGE was born on 19 Aug 1896 in Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. She died on 22 Jun 1904 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Dublin. She was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.

Angela died of a "cerebral abscess" at the age of seven.
  F v Jane (Jennie) RUTLEDGE was born on 31 Jul 1901. She died in 1967.

Augustine (Austin) STACK [Parents] was born on 7 Dec 1879 in Tralee, Co. Kerry. He died on 27 Apr 1929 in Mater Hospital, Dublin. He was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Augustine married Winifred (Una) CASSIDY on 10 Aug 1925 in Church of the Assumption, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Austin was a nationalist and politician. He was also a fine Gaelic footballer and captained the Kerry team that won the 1904 All-Ireland championship. Austin Stack Park in Tralee, a GAA stadium, is named after him, as is the town's Austin Stack Hurling and Football Club.

Austin was a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and was active in Kerry during the 1916 Rising for which he was sentenced to penal servitude for life. Released under the general amnesty of 1917, he was elected as an abstentionist Sinn Féin Member of Parliament for Kerry West in the 1918 Westminster election, becoming a member of the 1st Dáil. Austin was active on the anti-Treaty side during the the Civil War (1922-1923) and was captured in 1923. The following year, seeking political prisoner status, he went on hunger strike for 41 days before being released in July 1924. A year later he married Una, in whose home he had been given shelter while on the run in 1920. They lived on Strand Road, Sandymount, Dublin. However his health had deteriorated due to the 1924 and other hunger strikes and he died five years later aged 49.

Winifred (Una) CASSIDY [Parents] was born about 1878 in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. She died on 3 Oct 1950 in 167 Strand Road, Sandymount, Dublin. She was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Winifred married Augustine (Austin) STACK on 10 Aug 1925 in Church of the Assumption, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Other marriages:
GORDON, Patrick

Winifred was known as Una. She is listed with the family of her husband, Patrick, in Frenchpark, Co. Roscommon in the 1901 census, two months after their marriage. Patrick was working at that time with the R.I.C. in New Ross, Co. Wexford (Royal Irish Constabulary). She is listed with her widowed mother in Dublin in the the 1911 census, which strangely has Cork as her birthplace, although the 1901 census tells us she was born in Fermanagh. I have been unable to find a birth record for her in either county on the Irish Genealogy website.

Jim Herlihy's 'Royal Irish Constabulary Officers: a Biographical Dictionary and Genealogical Guide 1816-1922' includes an entry for Una's husband, Patrick, that includes information about Una herself:

"Gordon, Patrick; RIC 56624...born 6/4/1870, Co. Roscommon; son of John Gordon, Sheepwalk, Co. Roscommon; clerk of the Petty Sessions, Frenchpark, Co. Roscommon; married on 30/1/1901...Winifred Una Cassidy, a native of the Graan, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; 3rd DI 29/12/1894; pensioned 23/6/1911; died 14/11/1912 at 4 Rosemount Cottage, New Ross, Co. Wexford...Winifred Gordon went to Paris and joined the American Ambulance Service and returned to Dublin in 1916, nursed the wounded of the 1916 Rising as a nurse in the Royal City of Dublin Hospital in Baggot Street. She joined Cumann na mBan and sheltered Austin Stack (1879-1929), Deputy Chief of Staff of the IRA (1919-1922) during the War of Independence, whom she married in 1925 and he died in the Mater Hospital, Dublin on 27/4/1929."

We also know that Una was imprisoned in Dublin in 1922 for about nine months for her anti-Treaty activism during the Civil War.

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