It’s not our policy on Ireland Reaching Out to directly provide information on living people so I can’t help you identify anyone who might be alive. However I can confirm when Patrick & Ellen married. Here’s their marriage certificate (it was 1918 in St. Mary's chapel):
Both lived in Ballyscally. This looks to be them in the 1911 census:
Births within the past 100 years are not on-line. They are open to the public though and you can get them from GRONI in Belfast. However what looks to be their first child has slipped in, just outside the 100 year rule. They look to have had a daughter Roseanne Corrigan born 26.1.1920, registered in Clogher. You can view her original certificate on-line on the GRONI website, using the “search registrations” option:
You will need to open an account and buy some credits. It costs £2.50 (sterling) to a view a certificate.
Contact details for ringing or e-mailing GRONI for more recent births:
Probate abstracts for Patrick & Ellen’s fathers:
Administration of the estate of William M'Cann late of Ballyscally County Tyrone Farmer who died 15 May 1892 granted at Armagh to Rose M'Cann the Widow
Administration of the Estate of Patrick Corrigan late of Ballyscally County Tyrone Farmer who died 17 February 1916 granted at Armagh to Anne Corrigan the Widow.
Griffiths Valuation for 1860 lists 3 Corrigan farms beside each other in Ballyscally in 1860 (plots 11 - 13) held by Patrick senior, Michael junior and Patrick junior. Those parcels of land today are a mile or two south of Clogher on the Ashfield Rd.