Family in 1901:
Annie McKenna died 31.12.1909 aged 43.
Possible death for Hugh McKenna 1.11.1928 aged 70. Possible death for Sarah 24.8.1948 aged 52. You can view the original certificates 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.
I can’t find a record of Ellen after her birth. Presumably she died before the 1901 census but I don’t know when.
Francis McNaughten married Mary McKenna on 9.1.1913 at St Malachy’s in Armagh. You can view the marriage on this website:
This might be Francis in 1901:
Mary’s death is on the GRONI site for 4th March 1946. It will tell you if she was a widow and that in turn will tell you which side of 1943 to search for Francis’s death.
Hugh McKenna was born 15th Oct 1893 at Umgola, near Armagh:
Hugh junior seems to have been known as Leo (in the army anyway). He was a Private in the 1st Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (service number 23424). He was killed in action on 11th April 1917. His will can be seen on the Irish soldiers wills site. He left everything to his father Hugh.
The Commonwealth War Graves website has a record of his death. He is buried in Fampoux British Cemetery in Normandy:
You might find that Armagh Library may have some information on him. Many local history groups have researched war dead from their area and usually the local library has a copy of that. There is a War Memorial in Armagh but it doesn’t appear to have any individual names on it. It just commemorates all war dead.
He may also be recorded in the Ulster Tower, near Thiepval, which commemorates all those from Ulster who served in the First World War. The Somme Association (based in Belfast) may be able to tell you more: