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Sara Conolly (1848– ) of Killure, Macosquin was a general servant and Presbyterian. 

Her mother, Martha Conolly, was a cottager at #7Bb Killure (Griffith's Valuation 1858) and had no land. It looks likely that they were in the service of John Craig of Farm #7a. Her sister, Matilda Conolly was still living at home in Killure in 1865. Both girls names their first sons John, which may suggest their father was a John Conolly. 

Sara gave birth to the following children at Killure:

John White (b. 09-Apr-1866). The father was labourer James White of Macleary (adjacent to Killure on its northern boundary).

Mary Connolly (circa 1869) was 32, a domestic cook and unmarried in 1901

Martha Connely (b. Killure 18-Sep-1875) Father's name not recorded. (Named after her grandmother)

Margaret Lyons Conolly  (b. 19-Oct-1877). No father's name was recorded but it looks like Sara left a big hint. (See Matilda's story)

Sarah Connolly and her daughter Mary appear on record in Killure in the Irish Census of 1901. This record confirms Sara never married. 

Additional Information
Date of Birth 1848 (circa) VIEW SOURCE
Mother (First Name/s and Maiden) Martha Conolly of Killure, Macosquin (House #7Bb Killure in Griffiths Valuation) VIEW SOURCE
Townland born #7Bb (GV) Killure, Macosquin, Coleriane, Co Derry VIEW SOURCE