Place of migration:
Stayed in Ireland

Patrick Barry Jr (b.1858) of Cloonfinlough Co. Roscommon, became a primary schoolteacher and worked in Ballinlough National School, where he met his wife, Anne Fitzgerald (also a teacher). They married on 20-Jul-1884 and raised a family in Mount Delvin, Ballinlough.

Did this family emigrate shortly after 1902? By the time of the 1911 Census, neither Patrick, Anne nor their 6 oldest children appear anywhere on record. Their two youngest children were living with their paternal aunt, Bríd Tully of Lismageevogue.

Additional Information
Father (First Name/s and Surname) Patrick Barry (1838-1899) of Cloonfinlough (south-east Strokestown)  
Mother (First Name/s and Maiden) Mary McDermott (1849–1902)  
Names of Siblings Bríd Treasa b.1855 | John (Jane) b.1855 | Patrick b.1858 | Diarmuid b.1863 | Máire Á. b.1864 | Michael | Kathleen.  
Occupation Primary School Teacher