Doogue, O'Brien, O'Neill & Coogan
Source: M. Purcell 2013. Old newspapers
in the PPP.
Carlow Union. [extract].
A communication was read to the board signed by
Maria Brennan, John Doogue and William Brennan,
protesting against the erection of labourers'
cottages under the Labourers' Act in the case of
building houses, first in Ballickmoyler, and
secondly and thirdly in the townland of Turra,
in the Turra division, Queen's County [Laois].
The houses objected to are those proposed to be
erected on that part of the lands held by
William O' Brien, Ballickmoyler, Edward Lawler
of Turra and Mrs Margaret Coogan of Turra.
J.B. O'Neill said they had a right to object but
they have no right to dictate.
The Chairman, Sir Thomas P. Butler marked the
protest read, with the view to its being brought
forward at the Local Government Board enquiry.
Note from Michael Brennan:
Maria Brennan is my Great Great
Maria Brennan would have been
Source: Michael Purcell 2013
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