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Flood Family Red Cow and Clondalkin


I am enquiring about the Flood family of Red Cow,

My records have them in the area from 1780s - 1900's. 

The Flood family had a lime quary at red cow and farm land and buildings in the Red Cow area.

The lime quarry was used to make bricks for houses in Dublin.

Michael Flood my 3rd great uncle live in Drimnagh Lodge. This is situated where Woodies is now on the Naas Road.

James Flood Lived in Stone House in Ballyfermot, which is now markievicz park. The Floods also had a house called Porlester house at the junction Robinhood Road which is now a car garage. 

The houses were eventually sold but i dont know where the Flood family went to after that or what happened to them.

Any information would be so welcoming.

Kind Regards




Tuesday 12th June 2018, 10:07PM