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1911 Census | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Kilnamanagh Beg
1911 Census | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Kilnamanagh Beg

Image and transcription for the O'Brien-Redmond Family in Kilnamanagh Beg.  

 
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1911 Census | Redmond-Redmond Family in Kilcandra, Co. Wicklow
1911 Census | Redmond-Redmond Family in Kilcandra, Co. Wicklow

Image and transcription for the Redmond family.

Note: On the original document somebody erased the word 'Blind' 

 
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1911 Census | Whelan-Doyle family in Huntington, Co. Carlow
1911 Census | Whelan-Doyle family in Huntington, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription of the original census form for Ellen Doyle residing with her granddaughter in Huntington.


 
 
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1911 England Census
1911 England Census
Donald Poupart is 29 and living at 18 Bolton Gardens Teddington.
He is married to Beatrice Corben and they have a nine month old baby daughter Joyce. A servant, Gladys Lucy Bowden, also lives with them.
Donald lists his occupation as a dealer in electrical apparatus. 
 
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1911 England Census
1911 England Census
Violet is now 18 and still a boarding student in Fern Bank school. 
 
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1911 England Census
1911 England Census
Charles is 25 and living alone at 165 Albany Street, Regents Park, St Pancras. He lists his occupation as Automobile Engineer and as an employee. 
 
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1911 England Census
1911 England Census
It is four years since George married to Eliza Augusta Waller. They are living on Tadworthy Road in North Devonshire - a beautiful rural area.
He is 42 and signs the census as GO Bigge Major Royal Engineers. It notes his Punjab birth and that he is British by parentage. Eliza, of course, was born in Dublin and their daughter, four year old Peggy, was born in Africa.
They also have a 'nurse domestic' living with them.
 
 
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1911 England Census - Lees & Scovell Bigge Household
1911 England Census - Lees & Scovell Bigge Household

Thomas lists two postal address on the census - the house in which they are currently residing, 22 West Hill, St Leonards-on-Sea and the house they have lived in for 20+ years - Lye House, Bricket Wood, St Alban's, Hertfordshire. 

 
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1911 England Census - Lees-Simon Family in Kent
1911 England Census - Lees-Simon Family in Kent

Mabel and Max are both 35 and married for eight years. They have a baby, Philip - 15 months is entered on the census and then replaced with 1 year.

They have three domestic staff living with them - a housemaid, a cook and a nurse.

Max signs the census as Capt RE and lists the address as 'High Bank" 1 Castleview Road, Strood, Kent.  

 
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1911 England Census - Thomas Hans Orde Lees Family
1911 England Census - Thomas Hans Orde Lees Family
Thomas is 36 and his wife Rhoda is 38. Their daughter Renée Isabel is two and they are living with Rhoda's 21 year old son Archie Stewart Fraser who takes the responsibility of completing the census form. He lists his occupation as Lieutenant of the Hampshire Regiment and Thomas's as Captain of The Royal Marine Light Infantry.
They also have a servant living in the house. 
 
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1911 Ireland Census - James Staunton and Margaret Tierney
1911 Ireland Census - James Staunton and Margaret Tierney

James (45) and Maggie (38) are still living in the same house, neighbours to his brother John and her sister Ann (who also married). They now have three children - Thomas is now 10, John 9 and Mary Josephine is 6.

They say they are married for 19 years, have three children born alive and three children still alive. They would subsequently lose three babies before the birth of their final daughter Rita.

Honor, James mother, is 76 and still lives with the family as does their nephew James Tierney who is now 14. 

 
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1911 Ireland Census - Maria Tierney & Francis Bourke
1911 Ireland Census - Maria Tierney & Francis Bourke

Maria is 54 and widowed. Six children are at home with her - John (24); Edward (22); Maggie (19); Pat (18); James (14) and Frank (13).

The house is stone with a tile roof (somewhat uncommon but all the neighbouring houses bar one all have tile). Outside they have a stable, a dairy, a cow shed and a barn. 

 
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1911 Irish Census
1911 Irish Census
Anna Selina Waller died in Feb 1911 just two months shy of the census.

Richard and 7 month old John are living with Richard's brother John in Ballynaclogh, Tipperary. Anna's three eldest children are in Antrim.

The house also holds five servants and one nurse.

The residents are CoI and the staff are all RC. 
 
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1911 Irish Census - Henderson-Dunne Family
1911 Irish Census - Henderson-Dunne Family

Samuel (27) and Edward (23) are both still living in the family home with Mary who is now 56.
Edward is a van driver and Samuel is a labourer. Mary doesn't list an occupation.
This census tells us she was married for 31 years and bore 6 children - of which 3 survived.

The family are living in a two room house in Delgany. I'm not sure where exactly - the census differentiates between 'Delgany' and 'Delgany Town'... the family living in the former. There appears to be a wide variation in this cluster of houses - in number of rooms, some with servants, some without...all have few or no outhouses.
 

 
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1911 Irish Census - Vines-Henderson Household
1911 Irish Census - Vines-Henderson Household
 
 
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1911 Irish Census - Vines-O'Rourke Household
1911 Irish Census - Vines-O'Rourke Household

For this census the family are enumerated as Divine. William (47) and Elizabeth, given as Bessie, (36) are now married for 13 years. Together they have had 8 children of which 5 are still alive.
William 12, Jane 11, John 10 (This is not the same son listed on the 1901 census), James 5 and Michael 3.
The family also have a four year old girl, Josepheina Doyle, listed as a boarder.
William is still listed as being an Agricultural Labourer. All the children are listed as scholars.
 

 
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1915 - Departing London, England for Gibraltar
1915 - Departing London, England for Gibraltar
23 Oct 1915 - This is an interesting record. George is heading to Gibraltar with the R.E.
This time the passenger lists a Mrs (Eliza) a female child (Peggy... who would be approximately 8) and an unnamed male child.... who could that be?

Ship Name: Kaisar-I-Hin
Shipping line: P & O S N Co 
 
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1922 Army Census - William Vines - Page 18
1922 Army Census - William Vines - Page 18

Wicklow 2 Eastern Division, Eastern Command.
23 year old William Devine of Windgates, Bray.
Date of Attestation: 1 Jul 1922
Place of Attestation: Greystones
Next of Kin: Mother, Mrs B Devine, Windgates, Bray. 

 
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1922 Army Census - William Vines - Page 28
1922 Army Census - William Vines - Page 28

Wicklow 2 Eastern Division, Eastern Command.
23 year old William Devine of Windgates, Bray.
Date of Attestation: 1 Jul 1922
Place of Attestation: Greystones
Next of Kin: Mother, Elizabeth Devin, Windgates, Bray. 

 
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1927 - Southampton England to Genoa Italy
1927 - Southampton England to Genoa Italy
8 Dec 1927 - George and Eliza leave England for Genoa Italy

Ship Name: Vondel
Shipping line: Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1928 - Departing Genoa and arriving Southampton England
1928 - Departing Genoa and arriving Southampton England
23 Mar 1928 - George & Eliza take a boat travelling home from Indonesia and leave Genoa for Southampton.

Ship Name: Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft
Shipping line: Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1928 - Leaving Southampton England for Genoa Italy
1928 - Leaving Southampton England for Genoa Italy
20 Dec 1928 - George, Eliza and Peggy head to Genoa until Spring.

Ship Name: Christiaan Huygens
Shipping line: Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1929  - Departing Genoa and arriving in Southampton
1929 - Departing Genoa and arriving in Southampton
6 Mar 1929 - George, Eliza and Peggy leave Genoa, Italy and arrive back in Southampton, England.

Ship Name: Christiaan Huygens
Shipping line: Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1929 - Departing Southampton, England arriving in Genoa, Italy
1929 - Departing Southampton, England arriving in Genoa, Italy
24 Oct 1929 - George and Eliza depart England for Italy.

Ship Name: Johan De Witt
Shipping line: Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1930 - Genoa Italy to Southampton England
1930 - Genoa Italy to Southampton England
7 Mar 1930 - Peggy returns from Genoa alone. Her parents will remain until May 1930.

Ship Name Jan Pieterszoon Coen
Shipping Line Nederland Royal Mail Line 
 
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1930 - Genoa Italy to Southampton England
1930 - Genoa Italy to Southampton England
16 May 1930 - Eliza and George are returning from the annual trip to Italy.

Ship Name Hooft
Shipping Line Nederland Royal Mail line 
 
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1930 US Census - John Bourke and Mary McGough (McGoff)
1930 US Census - John Bourke and Mary McGough (McGoff)

John (44) & Mary (36) are married for 8 years and have four daughters - Anna (6); Margaret (5); Mary (3) and Catherine (11 months).

John records his occupation as Stillman in Oil Refinery. 

 
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<b>1901 Irish Census</b>
1901 Irish Census

In 1901 Mary Georgina Waller is married to an English man - Henry Annesley Coxwell-Rogers a County Inspector with the Royal Irish Constabulary. She has a four year old son, Norman and runs a 12 room house with three servants.

It's not revealed in the census but Mary is heavily pregnant with her second son. 

 
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<b>1911 Irish Census</b>
1911 Irish Census

Mary is now living in the Royal Irish Constabulary depot in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Her husband is not present but she lists herself as married and the mother of two children (with no deaths). The children can be found on the English Census - both are attending (different) boarding schools.

Her married younger brother Arthur Edmund De Warrenne Waller is visiting.

The house appears to be a separate building with 15 rooms and 10 windows in the front of the house. The house is only occupied by the Coxwell-Rogers family and Mary lists herself as the head. In a matter of weeks her husband Henry will die when he falls from his horse. 

 
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<b>Funeral of Commandant Rogers, RIC - Freeman's Journal 19 April 1911</b>
Funeral of Commandant Rogers, RIC - Freeman's Journal 19 April 1911

Last afternoon the remains of Assistant-Inspector-General Henry Annesley Coxwell Rogers, Commandant of the R.I.C. Depot, Phoenix Park, who met with a fatal accident last Saturday, were removed from the Depot to Knightsbridge railway terminus, whence they were conveyed for internment in the family burial ground, Cheltenham. The funeral was of a deeply impressive character and spoke eloquently of the high and widespread respect in which the deceased gentleman was held.
Amongst the many wreaths sent as tributes to the memory of the deceased gentleman was one from the Lord Lieutenant and Lady Aberdeen.

 
 
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<b>John Henry Coxwell-Rogers</b>
John Henry Coxwell-Rogers
Status: Located; Major, 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards), Royal Armoured Corps. Son of Henry Annesley Coxwell-Rogers and Mary Georgina Coxwell-Rogers, of Rye, Sussex. Age: 39. 
 
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<b>Norman Annesley Coxwell-Rogers - Baptism Record</b>
Norman Annesley Coxwell-Rogers - Baptism Record
 
 
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<b>Olive Rowena Waller - Marriage Record</b>
Olive Rowena Waller - Marriage Record

7 Apr 1904

Henry Mellor Braybrooke | Of full age | Condition: Bachelor | Rank or Profession: Gentleman | Residence at time of Marriage: Hudley, Tunbridge Wells | Father's name and surname: Philip Watson Brayrbooke | Rank or Profession of Father: Civil Servant

Olive Rowena Waller | Of full age | Condition: Spinster | Rank or Profession: Spinster | Address at time of Marriage: 2 Mandeville Place W | Father's name and surname: Edmund William Waller (Decd) | Rank or Profession of Father: Brewer

 

 
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<b>Olive Rowena Waller - Probate</b>
Olive Rowena Waller - Probate

BRAYBROOKE Olive Rowena of Green Acre Hawkhurst Kent widow died 3 July 1953 at The Kent and Sussex Hospital Tunbridge Wells Probate London 17 September to Oliver Henry Braybrooke schoolmaster.
Effects £6722 15s. 1d. 

 
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<b>Twenty-five Years Ago Today....
(from the 'Belfast News-Letter' of April 2011)</b>
Twenty-five Years Ago Today.... (from the "Belfast News-Letter" of April 2011)

[...} Mr W.A. O'Connell, County-Inspector, was appointed an Assistant Inspector-General of the R.I.C, for duty as Commandant of the Depot, Phoenix Park, Dublin, in succession to Mr. Henry Annesley Coxwell Rogers, who was killed by an accidental fall from his horse. 

 
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Ada Maud Waller - Probate
Ada Maud Waller - Probate

WALLER, Ada Maud of The Rectory Bredfield Woodbridge Suffolk died 21 February 1976 Probate Brighton 3 June £7024 

 
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Advertisement | Sale of Ivy Lodge
Advertisement | Sale of Ivy Lodge

An advertisement for the sale of Ivy Lodge published in The Irish Times on 3rd October 1983.

 
 
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Alec & Mary Vines
Alec & Mary Vines
On the doorstep of 3 Sunnybank, Kilpedder. 
 
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Alice Vines (nee Wafer)
Alice Vines (nee Wafer)
 
 
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Alice Vines (nee Wafer)
Alice Vines (nee Wafer)
 
 
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Alice Vines (nee Wafer) - Death Announcement
Alice Vines (nee Wafer) - Death Announcement
19 December 1968
Irish Independent 
 
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Amelia Graves and George Adamson - Marriage Certificate
Amelia Graves and George Adamson - Marriage Certificate

12 September 1867

George Archibald Graham Adamson
| Age: Full | Condition: Widower | Rank or Profession: Esquire : Residence at time of Marriage: 35 Holles Street and of Auburn Co. Westmeath | Fathers name and surname: Richard Adamson | Rank or Profession of Father: Esquire

Amelia Graves | Age: *Minor | Condition: Spinster | Rank or Profession: ---- | Residence at time of Marriage: 71 Stephen's Green | Fathers name and surname: James Percival Graves | Rank or Profession of Father: Solicitor

Witnesses: Robt Perceval Graves, Thos Williams & Georgina Williams

*Minor: Under the age of 21 

 
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Amelia Graves-Adamson - Burial Record
Amelia Graves-Adamson - Burial Record

Name: Amelia Adamson | Abode: Limehurst, Painswick Rd | When Buried: Nov 9th 1935 | Age: 85 years | Performed by: F.J. Newth, Asst. Curator

Parish: Leckhampton, St Peter, Gloucestershire, England 

 
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Andrew O'Brien & Elizabeth Russell | Parish Register of Marriage
Andrew O'Brien & Elizabeth Russell | Parish Register of Marriage

Anno Domini 1867

Andrew Brien | Residence: Cunnianstown | Parents: William Brien & Eliza Doyle | Parents Residence: Cunnianstown
Eliza Russell | Residence: Carrigmore | Parents: Matthew Russell & Bridget Lott | Parents Residence: Carrigmore

Granted dispensation. Married 20th August.

Witnessed by Walter Fortune of Kilmacurra and Anne Lott of Bally---
 

 
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Andrew O'Brien | Civil Registration of Death
Andrew O'Brien | Civil Registration of Death

1910 June 11th; Rathdrum Union* | Andrew Brien | Male | Widower | 80 Years | Mason | Cause of Death: Diabetes Mellitus Coma; Certified | Informant: Peter W. Mahon(?); Occupier; Rathdrum Union | Registered: June Twenty-fifth 1910

*Workhouse 

 
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Anna Selina Waller - Probate
Anna Selina Waller - Probate
BAYLY, Anna Selina 12 June Probate of the Will of Anna Selina Bayly late of Wellington Nenagh Co Tipperary Married Woman who died 4 February 1911 at 12 Hume Street Dublin granted at DUBLIN to Arthur E. de W. Waller Esquire and William A. Morton Medial Doctor Effects £2, 381 14s. 6d. 
 
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Anne Tierney-Staunton - Death Registration
Anne Tierney-Staunton - Death Registration

1951 Sixth December Snugboro | Anne Staunton | Female | Widow | Age: 81 Years | Occupation: Farmer | Cause of Death and Duration of Illness: Fractured Femur & Cardiac Failure & Shock 4 days. Senile Debility. Certified. | Informant: J Staunton, Son, Snugboro. 

 
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Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects - Hardress De Warrenne Waller
Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects - Hardress De Warrenne Waller
 
 
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Baby Boy Henderson - Registration of Birth
Baby Boy Henderson - Registration of Birth

19 April 1890
Unnamed Baby Boy to Benjamin Henderson, Downs and Elizabeth Henderson formerly White


 
 
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Baby Boy Henderson - Registration of Death
Baby Boy Henderson - Registration of Death

Baby Henderson was alive for twenty minutes. Two days later Catherine Keane registers both the birth and death.

Open to view official death registration. 

 

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