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MALONES of 5 Poole St Dublin

I am searching for any descendants of my MALONES of 5 Poole St Dublin. Parish of St Catherines.  I have the family living at that address around the 1850s.

Father is  FARRELL MALONE, my  gt gt. gt grandfather,  occupation as a weaver, married  Susan Phi(l)lips, and they had 6 children.

Eliza b. 1822 m. Thomas STOKES  9 Apr 1844, her father Farrell as witness.

Mary Ann b. 1825 may have married a James GAFFENY

John b. 1832  m ?

Anne b. 1834 m. Bernard KAVANAGH, (English soldier, sergeant,)  on 06 Jun 1857

James  b. 1836 m ?

Susan b. Dec 1837 (my gt gt grandmother) m. Edward DICKER, (English army sergeant) on 09 Feb 1857 at St Catherines  C of Ireland.  That same year they transferred to Australia with the 77th East Middlesex Regiment.

That is all the info I have on the family so far, so I am excited to make enquiries to find any living descendants.

thank you

Jacqui

QueenJ

Wednesday 19th March 2014, 02:57AM

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  • Dear Jacqui

    Welcome to Ireland Reaching Out and apologies for the delay in replying to your message. 

    Firstly, Have you tried searching Ancestry.com for any mention of your ancestor?s name in member family trees or messages? 

    As you can see from the link below, St. Catherine?s s a Civil Parish in Dublin:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/fuses/townlands/index.cfm?fuseaction=TownlandsInCivil&civilparishid=934&civilparish=St.%20Catherines&citycounty=Dublin

    Records for the corresponding Roman Catholic Parish of St. Catherine?s begin in 1740, though there are some missing records within the records series themselves. Church of Ireland records begin 1699 for baptisms and 1679 for marriages. There are also some death records dating from 1679 to 1898.

    There are some places where you can search online, however these websites do not have complete collections and many do not cover the period after 1900:

    www.familysearch.org has a huge database of genealogical records including some church records for Ireland.

    http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/ have begun a project to upload Irish church records to their site free of charge. However, so far only Counties Dublin, Kerry, Carlow and parts of Cork have been covered.

    Other important sources include the Tithe Applotment Books and Griffith?s Valuation:

    Tithe Applotment Books (1823-1837): http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/search/tab/index.jsp

    Griffith?s Valuation (1847-1864): http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/

    Some other websites that may be helpful are:

    The National Archives of Ireland: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/search/  you can search the 1901/1911 Census on the National Archives page too

    The National Library of Ireland: http://www.nli.ie/en/family-history-introduction.aspx

    The National Archives UK ? genealogy search: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/looking-for-person/ that you could use to research the British Solider aspect mentioned above

    The Public Records Office of Northern Ireland: http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/family_history.htm

    Irish Times: http://www.irishtimes.com/ancestor/index.htm

    Irish Genealogy Tool kit: http://www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/

    Remember to post any new information that you find here. The more information you post, the more likely it is that one of our volunteers will be able to advise or assist you. Also include information concerning which sources you may have already used so others may further your search.

    Best of luck with your search

    Clare Doyle

    Genealogy Support 

     

    Clare Doyle

    Tuesday 8th April 2014, 12:28PM
  • Just noticed your message.

     

    I too am researching Malone's Silk Weaver from No.'s 5, 7 and 19 Poole Street.

    My husband's great grandfather William Malone of 7 Poole Street married Mary Ann Goss on 30 February 1871 - although shown in Genealogy.ie as Mary Ann Gevis (misspelt).

     

    I have been trying to link in to Farrell Malone and Susan Phillips for a long time but cannot find the connection.

     

    All the malone down to my father-in-law were silk weavers from Poole Street and the Coombe.

    Would love to find connection.

    I live in Perth WA, born in Dublin, been here since 1970.

    Regards, Louise Malone

    louisemalone

    Saturday 13th December 2014, 06:02AM