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Baby Francis Bourke - Death Record
Baby Francis Bourke - Death Record

Francis died on 4th of June 1893 at two years of age. The cause is recorded as measles 'one day' with no medical attention. Maria registers the death. 

 
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Baby James Vines - Registration of Death
Baby James Vines - Registration of Death

Tragedy strikes Bessie and William once again. In 1901 they lost one of their twins, John, at 10 months. Now Bessie is pregnant with her sixth child due in four months time.
James was 19 months old when he died. The cause is recorded as Acute hydrocephalus. Three days. William signs the register with an x, it notes he was present at the death.
The child she is carrying will be called Nicholas James Vines - but his family will know him as Jimmy or Jem. 

 
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Baby John Vines - Registration of Death
Baby John Vines - Registration of Death

One month after the census, on May 16th, John died aged 10 months old.
The cause of death is given as "diarrhoea 5 days". The death is registered by William Vines, his father, who was present at the death. 

 
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Baby Norah Staunton - Registration of Death
Baby Norah Staunton - Registration of Death

Norah died at three weeks old. The registrar notes "infantile debility, no medial attendant" - a condition where a child is unable to absorb nutrients - it can be caused by any number of reasons: food intolerance, congenital disease, malnutrition, heart problems.
Regardless of the reason Norah is the third baby Maggie and James have lost in succession.  

 
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Baby Patrick Vines - Registration of Death
Baby Patrick Vines - Registration of Death

William and Bessie lost Patrick after two weeks. The registration reads, "Convulsion, No medical attendant". 

 
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Baby William Lees - Death Announcement
Baby William Lees - Death Announcement

On the 10th inst. William, the infant son of T. Orde Lees, Esq.

Published: 13th August 1818 

 
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Ben Vines
Ben Vines
 
 
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Ben Vines - Birth Registration
Ben Vines - Birth Registration

25 September 1913
Benjamin
to Patrick Vines, Kilpedder and Mary Vines formerly Henderson
 

 
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Ben Vines - Death Announcement
Ben Vines - Death Announcement
 
 
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Benjamin Henderson & Elizabeth M'Callum - Marriage Registration
Benjamin Henderson & Elizabeth M'Callum - Marriage Registration

17 Feb 1884

Benjamin Henderson | Age: Full | Condition: Bachelor | Rank or Profession: Labourer | Residence at time of Marriage: Downes Hill | Father's name and surname: Samuel Henderson (alive) | Rank or Profession of Father: Labourer

Elizabeth McCallum | Age: 22 | Condition: Spinster | Rank or Profession: Servant | Residence at the time of Marriage: Newtown-mt-kennedy | Father's name and surname: illegible Mc Calloch (alive) | Rank or profession of father: Keeper |
 

 
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Benjamin Henderson - Bridewell Prison Register
Benjamin Henderson - Bridewell Prison Register

Click to view full transcript 

 
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Benjamin Henderson - Mountjoy Prison Register
Benjamin Henderson - Mountjoy Prison Register

Click to view full transcript 

 
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Benjamin Henderson - Registration of Death
Benjamin Henderson - Registration of Death

Ben died at home, in the presence of his wife Eliza, on 21st November 1895 four months after the birth of his son Peter. He was 51.

Open to view official death registration. 

 
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Benjamin Henderson - Wicklow Gaol Register
Benjamin Henderson - Wicklow Gaol Register

Thomas Mulligan was murdered on the night of the 24th. The next day, 25 Mar 1875, Benjamin Henderson and Michael Kavanagh are both held in Wicklow Gaol.

Click to view full transcript
 

 
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Benjamin Henderson Murder Charge
Benjamin Henderson Murder Charge
Click to view full transcript of article. 
 
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Benjamin Joseph Henderson - Birth Registration
Benjamin Joseph Henderson - Birth Registration

19 March 1886
Benjamin Joseph to Benjamin Henderson, Downs, and Eliza Henderson formerly White

 
 
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Benjamin Joseph Henderson - Registration of Death
Benjamin Joseph Henderson - Registration of Death

Ben died on 4 January 1904, he was 18 years old. His mother, Elizabeth, is the informant and notes she was present at the death.

The cause is given as 'Mitral disease of the heart | two years | certified". It refers to the mitral valve in the heart. The job of the valve is to keep blood flowing in one direction - mitral valve disease refers to an irregularity with the functioning of the valve.

Many people experience no symptoms - given the noted 'two years' it indicates Ben was ill - common symptoms are a cough, shortness of breath, weakness, fatigue, light-headedness.
 

 
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Bessie Vines (nee O'Rourke) - Family Acknowledgement
Bessie Vines (nee O'Rourke) - Family Acknowledgement
Irish Independent - 28 Sep 1950 
 
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Bessie Vines from Windgates (nee Elizabeth O'Rourke) - Death Announcement
Bessie Vines from Windgates (nee Elizabeth O'Rourke) - Death Announcement
Status: Located;  
 
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Betty Fitzpatrick - Headstone
Betty Fitzpatrick - Headstone
Status: Located; Betty is buried with her sister-in-law Ellen Fitzpatrick.

In Loving Memory of | Elizabeth Fitzpatrick | Old Downs Road | Delgany | Died 28th Dec 2007 | Aged 84 years  
 
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Birth Registration for Michael Vines - 1871
Birth Registration for Michael Vines - 1871
 
 
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Bridget Farrell - Birth Registration
Bridget Farrell - Birth Registration

23 April 1899
Bridget to Patrick Farrell, Downs, and Elizabeth Farrell formerly Henderson 

 
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Bridget Redmond-O'Brien | Death Annoucement
Bridget Redmond-O'Brien | Death Annoucement

O'BRIEN (Glenealy, Co. Wicklow) - August 26 1946 at her residence, Coolinakilly. Bridget, beloved wife of Thomas O'Brien; deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and children. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Joseph's Church to Glenealy Cemetery today (Wednesday) at 3 o'c. 

 
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Bridget Redmond-O'Brien | Registration of Death
Bridget Redmond-O'Brien | Registration of Death

1946 Twenty-sixth August; Coolnakilly Rathdrum Rd.| Bridget O'Brien | Female | Married | 73 Years | Wife of Pensioner | Cerebral Hemorrhage 3 days Cardiac Failure; Certified | Informant: John O'Brien; Present at Death; Rathnew | Registered: Twenty Seventh August 1946 

 
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Bridget Staunton - Baptism Record
Bridget Staunton - Baptism Record

1862
Bridget Stanton
| Born 28 December | Thomas Stanton & Honor Murphy | Home Drummnacarta | Baptism 6 January | Sponsors Richard Boyle & B McGough 

 
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Bridget Vines - Baptism Record
Bridget Vines - Baptism Record
30th | Name Bridget | Parents: William Vines Bridget Byrne | Sponsors: John Lyon Cathrine Lyon | Residence: Hacketstown 
 
127
Canadian Passenger Lists - 1924
Canadian Passenger Lists - 1924
Eric and his first wife Helen are emigrating to Halifax, Canada. Eric lists his UK occupation as Insurance and his proposed Canadian occupation as Farming.

Again his lists his uncle A.E. De W. Waller as his nearest relative in the country from which he came - he gives the address The Lime, Wating, Basingstoke, Hants. 
 
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Captain Edmund Hastings Harcourt Lees, 2nd Battalion, The Borders Regiment
Captain Edmund Hastings Harcourt Lees, 2nd Battalion, The Borders Regiment
 
 
129
Catherine Farrell-Fitzpatrick
Catherine Farrell-Fitzpatrick
aka the famous "Aunt Kate of the Downs"

(To be said as though this was actually her name) 
 
130
Catherine Farrell-Fitzpatrick Family Headstone
Catherine Farrell-Fitzpatrick Family Headstone
Status: Located; In | Loving Memory of | my dear husband | MICHAEL FITZPATRICK | The Downs | who
died 3rd August 1964 | aged 71 years | also his daughter | MARY FITZPATRICK |
who died 18th October 1945 | aged 4½ years | and his wife | CATHERINE
FITZPATRICK | who died 6th January 1981, aged 79 years 
 
131
Catherine Vines - Registration of Death
Catherine Vines - Registration of Death

1919 June 22nd 3 Maitland St. Bray, Co Wicklow | Catherine Vines | Female | Spinster | 53 Years | Profession: Cook | Oedema of lungs 5 Days, Heart Failure 1 Day. Certified | Informant: John Lowe, Brother-in-law of Deceased, Present at Death, 3 Maitland St | Registered June 23 1919  

 
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Census 1911 - Henderson-Farrell Family
Census 1911 - Henderson-Farrell Family

The family still live in Downs, Delgany. Patrick and Elizabeth are both alive. Patrick lists his occupation as Farm Labourer and Elizabeth as House Keeper.
Only one Henderson is still living with them - Samuel Henderson who is 22. Christopher Farrell, now 21, is still resident - both list their occupation as Farm Labourer.
Aside from the boys the only children still in the house are Bridget, (12) Catherine (10) and Margaret (7) - the offspring of this marriage.
All of the children can read and write.

Oddly enough Pat and Elizabeth tell the census taker (neither can write) they are married 23 years and have born 5 children, 4 of which are still alive.

It is an odd figure - it would bring us back to 1888 (they married in 1897) and would fall between the birth of Ben and Sam Henderson.

The five children born, four children alive also doesn't fit. Clearly the family have nine children together. If they were referencing the children born from their marriage we have three girls. The dead child may be Ben Henderson who died aged 17. 

 
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Charles Cobbe - Baptism Record
Charles Cobbe - Baptism Record

Charles, Son of the Revd Richard Chaloner Cobbe & Sarah his wife...... August - 16th 

 
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Charlotte Godolphin Cobbe & Robert Clay - Marriage Record
Charlotte Godolphin Cobbe & Robert Clay - Marriage Record

23 January 1816 at St George, Hanover Square, Westminster. 

 
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Charlotte Lees and Rev. George Sidney Smith D.D. - Wedding Announcement
Charlotte Lees and Rev. George Sidney Smith D.D. - Wedding Announcement

On the 29th *ult. by the Rev. J.T. O'Brien, D.D.T.C.D. at St. Mary's, Donnybrook, the Rev. George Sidney Smith, F.T.C.D. Rector of Aghalurcher, county of Fermanagh, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of Thomas Orde Lees, of Bloomfield, county Dublin, Esq.

Published: June 1st 1838

*ult. means last month (from Latin ultimo) 

 
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Charlotte Lees-Smith - Death Annoucement
Charlotte Lees-Smith - Death Annoucement

SMITH – January 30 at Idrone Terrace, Blackrock, Charlotte wife of the Rev. Dr Sidney Smith, Rector of Drumragh, Co Tyrone. 

 
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Charlotte Lees-Smith - Probate
Charlotte Lees-Smith - Probate

SMITH Charlotte. 17 June
Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Charlotte Smith late of Blackrock County Dublin deceased who died on 31 January 1871 at the same place were granted at the Principal Registry to the Reverend George Sidney Smith of Omagh County Tyrone D.D. Rector of Drumragh the Husband of said deceased. 

 
138
Christy Farrell - Birth Registration
Christy Farrell - Birth Registration

28 January 1889
Christy to Patrick Farrell, Downs, and Anne Farrell formerly Murphy 

 
139
Church of England Marriage Banns
Church of England Marriage Banns
Donald Poupart & Beatrice Corben (both 28) Married on August 19 1909.
Donald lists his profession as Electrician and Marsh Farm as his residence at the time of marriage.  
 
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Civil Marriage Record for Mary Anne Vines and John Lowe
Civil Marriage Record for Mary Anne Vines and John Lowe

1st July 1903*

John Lowe | Full Age | Bachelor | Occupation: R.Engine Driver | Residence at time of marriage: 48 Shellbourne Rd | Father: Paul Lowe | Father's Occupation: Engine Driver

Mary Anne Vines | Full Age | Spinster | Occupation: Dom Servant | Residence at time of marriage: Hollybrook, Foxrock | Father: William Vines (Dead) | Father's Occupation: Gardiner

Witnesses: Patrick Murphy and Kate Vines

*This is the wrong date. The parish register records July 10th 1903. 

 
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Coolnakilly |  Satellite & Cassini Overlay
Coolnakilly | Satellite & Cassini Overlay

Google maps overlaid with the historic cassini map.



Red dots to indicated the Gate House, Lodge, 3rd Property and the point where the path meets the main road (as indicated on the map).

 
 
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Coolnakilly | Cassini OSi Historical Map
Coolnakilly | Cassini OSi Historical Map

A historical OSi map showing Glenealy Lodge within the Coolnakilly area.

This third edition map covers a period of 1900-1924.


This time a third property is visible on the estate - indicated with blue shading. 

 
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Coolnakilly | Griffith Valuation
Coolnakilly | Griffith Valuation

1854 valuation map outlining the boundaries of Coolnakilly townland (grey and green) and the plot of land belonging to Glenealy Lodge (green).

Glenealy village is to the south.


Black dots indicate the location of the lodge and the gate house.  

 
144
Court (non) Appearance - William Henderson
Court (non) Appearance - William Henderson

William never appeared in court and it wasn't followed up.

The complainant is James Kelly and the complaint is "that the Deft entered with the service of the complainant at Charlesland in said County and left said service on the 6th day of August 1874 before the terms specified in his agreement was completed."
 

 
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Court Appearance - Benjamin and William Henderson
Court Appearance - Benjamin and William Henderson

William Henderson of Curtlestown that you were drunk on the public street of Enniskerry on the 29 January 1874

Ordered to pay 1s. Costs 1/2 or 24 hours in Gaol.

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Benjamin Henderson of Ballyhew that you were drunk on the public street of Enniskerry on the 29 January 1874

Ordered to pay 1s. Costs 1/2 or 24 hours in Gaol. 

 
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Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson
Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson

Benjamin is taken to court by Richard Graydon of Tooman Road who believes Ben is poaching on his land. Richard is a farmer and land owner in the area. In later years Ben's wife Eliza will rent a house from him for a period.

"For that the Deft within the last six months, to wit, on the same day on the 22nd of November 1863 did go or enter upon the lands of Compt*, situate at the Downs in the Parish of Kilcoole and County of Wicklow, to look for and destroy game, and not being then and there authorized to go or enter upon the said Lands - contrary to the statute."

The case was dismissed with a 'Nil'. There is no other information.

*complainant
 

 
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Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson
Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson

Thomas Lott and Benjamin Henderson of Downs, "That you did commit a breach of the peace and assault each other at the Downs on the 29th of April 1867" The Henderson's and Lott's are neighbours.

The court ordered both men to "pay a fine of ten shillings each and costs or to be jailed for fourteen days".
 

 
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Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson
Court Appearance - Benjamin Henderson

First Charge:
That on the 19th day of May 1889 at Downs in such County Defendant was found on the licensed premises of John Connolly during prohibited hours not being a bona-fide traveller, lodger or inmate contrary to law.

Second Charge:
That on the 19th of May 1889 at Downs in said County Defendant being found during prohibited hours upon the licensed premises of John Connolly and being required to give your name and address did give to Complainant* a false name and address contrary to law.

Order of the court:
Ben had at least two others for company on the day in question. In regards being found on licensed premises when he shouldn't the Judge just notes 'Like rule as in No 62'. Ben is No 64 and unfortunately No 63 is on the previous page which I can't access. A second page, not pictured, lists a fine of 7s. for the offence and 1s. for court costs.

For lying about his name and address he is fined two shillings and six pence and one shilling for court costs.

The second page, which I haven't included, notes that if in default (for either charge) he will receive 7 days imprisonment in Wicklow Gaol.

*Complainant in this case is Sargent John P Dobbyn of Mount Kennedy RIC.
 

 
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Court Appearance - William Henderson
Court Appearance - William Henderson

William Henderson, of Carnew, That the defendant was found drunk on the public street at Rathdrum in said County on the 7th of June 1881.

Ordered to pay a fine of five shillings and one shilling costs or in default of payment to be in prisoned in Wicklow Gaol for 48 hours.

William never paid this fine (I would suspect he just couldn't afford it) and he spends two days in Wicklow Gaol. See the documents section for the original registration.

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William Henderson, of Carnew, That the defendant was found drunk in the public road at Aughrim in said County on the 13th of June 1881.

The defendant is ordered to pay two shillings and six pence fine and the sum of six pence costs. 

 
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Court Appearance - William Henderson
Court Appearance - William Henderson

William Henderson of Wicklow, "Peace Preservation Ireland Act"

That the defendant was sojourning or wandering under strange and suspicious circumstances in a district specifically ____ under the Peace Preservation Ireland Act - to ___ on a public street at Mullingar in the County of Westmeath on the 10 January 1872.

Discharged.

 

 

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