Tipperary

 

P1 Anglesea St., Clonmel

Home to Rev. James Foster (a Methodist Minister) and his wife Susan. Rev Foster was a native of Monaghan and a graduate of Queens University, Belfast. Their son Robert HW Foster (17) was also in the house.There was one visitor on the night of the census, a Maude Barkman (from Co. Limerick).

 

P10 New Quay, Clonmel

In 1911 home to Thomas J Condon (although he was not present on the night of the survey) and his daughter Mary P. Condon - a professional singer & music teacher. Katherine Hogan (18) from Lisronagh was domestic servant in 1911.

 

P9 New Quay, Clonmel

A solicitors office in 1911. No name evident.

 

P7 New Quay, Clonmel

Possible the home of John Mulcahy and family in 1911. Besides the family of 5 there were another 15 people living here in 1911. 

 

Greenville Cottage, Killough

Add Denise Meagher's short essay on the genealogy of this house.

 

My great great grandfather John Maher died in the Battle of the Somme in 1916

My name is Alice and my family story is about John Maher from Graffon in Co. Tipperary. John was a private in the Royal Irish Regiment and died in the Battle of the Somme in July 1916 in a little village called Bazentin-le-Petit.

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