Thomas Noon 1810

Place of migration:
Stayed in Ireland

Tomás O Nuadháin aka Thomas Noone (1810-1892) had a small roadside holding of 5 acres (part bog) near the old schoolhouse in Mullenduff (see Mantua, halfway between Frenchpark and Elphin). 

SIBLINGS & IN-LAWS  from the RC parish of Ballinameen (before the famine, these records were jointly recorded with the RC parish of Killucan aka Croghan).  

Patrick Higgins & Catherine Noon (presumably of 9a Mullenduff)  Thomas and his sister Brigid Noon godparents for them in 1845; and Bernard Noon in 1841.

John Noon & Margaret King (see also John King & Winifred Noon of Tartan 1858)

Patrick Noon & Anne Beaty / Beatagh (Margaret King godparents for them in 1843). 

In 1870, Thomas' son, Stephen Noone godparents for James Carney & Sarah Sharkett of Mullenduff. Thomas Noon (1810-1892) & Sara Droody / Drudy (1860-1890) lived in Mullinduff through the Great Famine until their death in the 1890s. No Noone is recorded here by the time of the 1901 Census.  (The farm was possibly taken over by Patrick Harrington & Winifred Brady) 

Additional Information
Date of Birth 1810 (circa)  
Date of Death 1892 VIEW SOURCE
Associated Building (s) Mullenduff TOWNLAND  
Occupation Small Farmer  
Place of Death Mullenduff, Mantua, Elphin, Co. Roscommon  
Names of Children John Noone b.1851 | Stephen Noone (1854- ) of Flask, Ballymoate  
Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname) Sarah Drudy ( 1816 – 1890) VIEW SOURCE
Names of Siblings John Noon m. Margaret King |> Patrick Noon & Anne Beatty | Winifred Noone fl. 1845 Catherine Noon m. Patrick Higgins | Brigid Noon fl. 1845 | Bryan aka Bernard Noon fl. 1841 m. Brigid Murray 1827  
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GRIFFITH'S VALUATION 1857: Farm #13a Mullenduff Ireland VIEW SOURCE
Google Street View: Mullenduff old NOONE site Ireland VIEW SOURCE

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