On 14 January 1820, Mary Barrett of Drumman (south of Elphin, on the banks of Annaghmore Lough) married James Hannon (witnessed by Terrence & Margaret Flanagan).
Drummin aka Drumman aka Drummon was also the home of
- John Hannon & Mary White (baptising in 1807)
- Patrick Hannon & Mary Caulfied (baptising at Drumman in 1826 and 1834) gp'd for Philip Conlan & Sarah Ford of Drummin)
Adjacent at Laghtcausk lived
- James Hannon (d. 1836)
Adjacent at Clooncullaun (Newtown) were
Hugh Hannon & Eleanor (Mary /Dorothy) Barry m. 1808 (baptising at Drynane aka Drinaun in 1813 and 1816)
Dennis Hannon & Brigid Scally (1828)
Michael Hannon & Catherine Healy (baptising 1833-39)
Neither Hannon nor Barrett appears in either townland in the Tithes (1824) suggesting they were landless and had moved on from this district by 1857 (Griffiths).
In 1832, Mary Barrett & James Hannon appear on record in the RC parish of Strokestown when they baptise John Hannon (GP John Moran & Mary Tighe)
No other trace of them in Co. Roscommon records. Presumed emigrated
|Date of Birth||1800 (circa)|