Patrick O'Loughlen Jr. held the whole townland of Cullaun in the 1850s.
He was the son of Elizabeth O'Loughlin (1801-1880) & Patrick O'Loughlin Sr. (1802-1874) of Cullan and grew up speaking both spoke Irish and English.
He inherited the family farm in his early 20s, following the death of his father in 1874. His mother survived him by 6 years.
On 28 February 1876, at the Chapel of Cloony, Ennistymon, he married Mary Flaherty (age 19) witnessed by Mary Moloney and Walter Neylan aka Neylon.
They had the following children:
Peter O'Loughlen b.1877
Maria O'Loughlin b1880
Elizabeth O'Loughlen b. 1883
Denis O'Loughlen b. 1884
Laurence O'Loughlen b 1886 (died in infancy)
Anne aka Nannow O'Loughlen b 1887 (moved to St John's Limerick in 1911)
Laurence O'Loughlen b 1888
Terence O'Loughlen b 1888-1889 (died in infancy)
Terence O'Loughlen b 1890
Bryan O'Loughlen b 1892
Delia aka Brigid O'Loughlen 1895
Joseph O'Loughlen b. 1896
This couple invited the following relatives & inlaws to godparent:
Court records show Pat receiving a traffic fine for "allowing his horse and cart to wander in Ballyvaughan" in 1882. And that Pat Jr. had an interest in land nearby at Ballyhena in the 1880s. He was present at the deathbed of Brigid O'Loughlin (widow) who died in Ballyhenna (Kiltoom) in 1893.
By the time this family appears on record in the Census of 1901 their 3-room thatch house was home to 13.
Pat appears on record registering his sheepdog for a Dog Licence up until 1908.
|Date of Birth||1854 (circa)||VIEW SOURCE|
|Associated Building (s)||Cullaun aka Cullane TOWNLAND|
|Mother (First Name/s and Maiden)||Elizabeth (died 13 Aug 1880, age 79)||VIEW SOURCE|
|Father (First Name/s and Surname)||Patrick O Loughlin Sr (1802-1874) of Cullane|
|Names of Siblings||Anne O'Loughlen | Laurence O'Loughlen.|