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Castlemore RoscommonSunday 25th August 2019, 01:44PM
In relation to James Noone, the following are taken from Father Blake's record for Moycullen parish:
Townland: Newtown - John Noon died 1797, James Noon and Patt Noon left the parish the same year, Patt Noon Senior died before 1793,
Patt Noon, Junior married 1810, James Noon, Junior married 1802, Mathias Noon married 1803
Townland: Oghery: Laurence Noon, widowed 1808, Stephen Noon, died 1799, Mathias Noon married 1806, John Noon married 1796
Thomas Noon married 1799,
EARNER: Killagoola townland: Thomas Earner married 1794, DRIMAVOUGHAUN townland: Cormac Earner died 1795, CORBALLY townland: Patt Earner left 1803,
Daniel Earner died 1800, COOLAGHY townland: Laurence Earner died 1801,
Tithe records for 1829 show a James Noon in Drimaveg and a James Noon in Gortnamona. Google: Tithe Records+Moycullen, free also www. askaboutIreland .ie
for Land and House records 1853, printed in 1855 - Griffith Valuations. For parish records Google: Catholic Records National Library of Ireland - free
Those townlands are along the N59 - Galway to Oughterard Road.
McCoySaturday 31st August 2019, 12:00PM
Further to previous message: The family name "James" is in both the Noon and Earner families.
Marriages Moycullen: Thomas Noon to Sarah Noon, Newtown - 1815
James Noon, Newtown to Ellen Hurney, Cloonliffe - 1816
EARNER: James Earner, Drimneen to Brid Walsh - January 29th 1815
James Earner, Drimmavohaun to Sarah Burke February 23rd 1819
Baptisms: James Noon - July 9th 1817 - Newtown - Father - Thomas
James Noon - April 20th 1820 - Father - John
Elleanor Earner - October 9th 1820 - Father - James Earner - Mother: Sarah Burke - Drimmavohaun
Moycullen parish records show that 16 marriages took place in the years 1790 to 1830 with the name "EARNER" (both male and female) as spouse.
McCoySunday 1st September 2019, 04:48PM
Hi, Many thanks for the information. One quick question. We've always spelled our name with an "e" i.e. Noone. Do you think the "Noon" spelling refers to the same family?
TimNMonday 2nd September 2019, 01:50PM
A search of the original Moycullen parish records online:
Baptism: Sally (Sarah) Noone - November 4th 1848 - Father - Thomas Noone - Mother - Ellen Earner - No address - Sponsors: Daniel Earner and Bridget Noone
Baptism: Bridget Noone - February 25th 1851 - Father- Thomas Noone - Mother: Ellen Earner - No address - Sponsors: James and Judith Earner
Griffith's land register: Printed 1855 - Coolagh: John Noone - Newtown: Thomas Noone and Mathias Noone - Oghery: Patrick Noone
As you can see the letter E was added in most cases. In relation to the name "O'Toole". It was "Tool" and it then became "Toole". Many changes came about in the 1850's
You were interested in the name "Robert". The only person in that immediate area in the 1850's was a "Robert Lynch" in Drimmneen. He may be a relative of the Earner family?
Ross Estate about two miles away was owned by Robert and James Martin which was in Killannin parish. Others with the name "Robert" were in Rosscahill and Esker.
No record found for the marriage of Thomas Noone and Ellen Earner.
McCoyMonday 2nd September 2019, 07:34PM
Many thanks for the additional information. I know it will be very useful!
TimNTuesday 3rd September 2019, 02:11PM
In regard to "Robert Patrick Noone" the medical doctor attached to Moycullen was a "Robert J. Morgan" in the early 1850's.
Source: Griffith House Valuation for Kilarainey by Thomas Quinn on September 12th 1853 and marriage on September 15th 1856 - Press report,
also a meeting in Clifden in March 1852 with local Moycullen landlord - George E. Burke, Esq.
Question: was Ellen Earner Noone a patient of his? This may solve the issue!
McCoyTuesday 3rd September 2019, 03:24PM