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MEATH CENSUS

1901 Census AshbourneTown, townland of Killegland - Page#1

1901 Census AshbourneTown, townland of Killegland - Page#2

1901 Census Ashbourne Town, townland of Killegland - Page#3

1901 Census AshbourneTown, townland of Killegland - Page#4

1901 Census Masspool, Newtown Commons, Rath of Greenoge, Baltrasna, Harlockstown, Ballybin, Cookstown, Rath, R.I. C. Barracks 

1901 Census Archerstown, Bullstown, Donaghmore,  Milltown, Robertstown, Dunreagh, Greenoge

People From Meath In The 1870 United States Census

People From Meath In The 1880 United States Census

People From County Meath In The 1901 England Census

CHURCH & PARISH RECORDS

Meath Church Records

Clergy List Diocese Of Meath 1622

MEATH CEMETERIES

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Meath Ancestors Marrying in Scotland, 1788 - 1826

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County Meath Surnames, Lineages Family Histories

County Meath Surnames

Common Surnames of County Meath

Barnewall, Bates, Beatty, Bellew, Betagh, Brady, Bregin, Brien , Butler, Byrne, Cheevers, Clarke, Coleman, Connor, Cruise, Cusack, Daly , Darcy, Dardis, Dargan, DeBathe, DeGeneville, DeLacy, DeMortimer, Dillon, Dowdall, Dowth, Drake, Duffy, Dunne, Farrell, Farrelly, FitzEustace, Fleming, Hayes, Hussey, Kells, Kelly, Langan, Logan, Lowther, Lynch, MacEntee, MacGrane, Maguire, Mahon, Martin, Marward, Mathews, Missett, Mooney, Nangle, Netterville, Nugent, O'Carolan, O'Coffey, O'Conolly, O'Devane, O'Dunn, O'Fox, O'Gogarty, O'Halligan, O'Hand, O'Hart, O'Hea, O'Hennessy, O'Kelly, O'Kindellan, O'Loughnane, O'Melaghlin, O'Mullhollan, O'Murtagh, O'Regan, O'Reilly, O'Rory, O'Traynor, Peppard, Plunkett, Preston, Reilly, Rogers, Smith, Taylor.

 

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"A"- "B" - "C" Surnames

 

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Andes

See Carolan, Julia fjbgator@worldnet.att.net

Andrews

See Cassiday

Annholohan@aol.com

Askin

Askin family, Booker, & all related to them. I have a
George Askin md to Ann, John Askin md to Hannah Booker, & Eleazer Askin ( ggrandad) md to Chalrotte Elizabeth Warren

Icbcgen@aol.com

Bacon

 

garciabl@msn.com

Benson

I have a copy of a bible record for Bensons in Co Meath which starts with Thomas and Mary first child born in 1704. There are no wives surnames (mostly Mary!)   The family moved to Dublin about 1820 and were mostly silk weavers and organ builders. They were members of the C of I. Would be overjoyed to meet any interested people Margaret Carlson Grand Rapids Michigan

mjcarls@iserv.net

Benson

The family of Samuel Benson (1787-1853) (farmer) and Charlotte Walker (1783-1861) came from Summerhill and then Rathmolyon. They emigrated to Australia in 1841 on the 'Earl Grey' which sailed from Plymouth. They had 6 children, David (1813- ), James (1817-1905); born Summerhill, Thomas (1819-1873); born Summerhill , Charlotte (1820- );born Rathmolyon, Anne Jane(1823 - ); born Rathmolyon and Louisa (1825-1860); born Rathmolyon.
It appears that David did not emigrate to Australia with them. They were sponsored to Australia by William Walker and their calling was gardener, dairy maid, house servant. I am interested in finding out about these towns and also anyone who may have information about these families. Charlotte Walker's parents were named David and Anne and she also wasborn in County Meath.

embrace@locall.aunz.com

Bergin

Upon my Mothers recent burial, I also visited a Small Catholic cemetary in Paulding Mississippi. [Jasper County] My maternal grandparents and great-grandparents are buried there. The surnames that I would like to add are Bergin and Brogan.  Patrick Peter Bergin's tombstone states that he was born in County Meath on Oct. 1, 1796. His Wife Mary is buried beside him and his brothers are also buried at the foot of his grave. These are my mother's grandparents,but there are also many other old tombstones there of folks who came from County Meath. There are still several Bergin families is this tiny community. It thrived at one time,The church there is the oldest Catholic church in MS and is kept up by one of the Bergins

bob@dalton.net

BLAKE Clonave 1800's             Elizabeth Parsons

Bligh

Killaconnigan/Balivor parish and townland of Clonycavan   Mike_Bx38@prodigy.net  

Bodine

See Montague

MJGARD2505@cs.com 

Booker See Askin  

Boylan

The BOYLAN name is from Meath and we are descendents of John W. Boylan born in 1783. He married Anne Martin . They came to Canada in about 1822-23...son Christopher born in Meath in 1812.  Any help in tracing this BOYLAN will be appreciated.

sheilaf@look.ca

Brogan

See Bergin

bob@dalton.net

Brown

My name is Gerald J. Browne.  My grandfather was born & raised in Bohermeen, Co.Meath in 1864.  His father was Patrick & his father wasThomas Browne.  We got this information from the parish priest in Bohermeen out of an old yellowed church record.  My grandfather, Michael John Brown, he dropped the e, came to America in 1894 & became a U.S. citizen.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or information.  Thanks, Jerry Browne

countrydoc1@yahoo.com

Bryne

Note: Some interesting information here on general research concerning research. I'm working on the Byrne family for ByrneclanUSA.com.  I'm in the process of copying all of the Byrne named in the Land Registry for Meath and Louth.  My grtgrdfather, John Burns (Byrne) was born in Meath 1819/20. Ihave located four so named born at that time and trying to determine which is mine.   I have also listed all the the Byrne families listed in the 1821 Census of Navan Upper and Lower.

http://www.byrneclanusa.com/

Tbbyrnehom@aol.com

Caffrey

Bernard Caffrey, b. abt. 1840 in Oldcastle, County Meath and d. April /1898 in Columbus, NE.  He married Margaret Plunkett, b. abt. 1830 in County Westmeath and she d. 1910 in Columbus, NE.  They married in Ireland and had a son Patrick, b. abt. 1859.  They emigrated to New York abt. 1862 where he joined the Union Civil War.

Rmvictor12@cs.com

Carlin

John Carlin was born in County Meath 1823 to James and Catherine Carlin. I know of one sister, Bridget also came to America. John joined the US Army in 1846 and fought in the Mexican War, later in the Civil War. John's Army record's give his place and year of birth as County Meath. I would like to find out where in County Meath the family lived.

GinToney@aol.com     

Carolan

Thomas Carolan (1787 - 1867), and his daughter, Julia (1835 - 1912), were from Nobber, Co. Meath. They came to the USA in 1850, settling first in Jersey City, NJ. Other family members may have accompanied them. They moved to Canton, Illinois in 1855 where Thomas died. Julia married Michael Daily from Galway in 1859. She is my gg grandmother. A son of Thomas, Bernard (1836 - 1906), came to Newark, NJ in 1852. A cabinetmaker, he served 1861 - 1864 in the 2nd NJ Volunteer Infantry. He was wounded and partially disabled in the Battle of the Wilderness. Bernard later moved to Canton, married Mary J Finan, and raised a family.

John M Dooley      

CARRIGAN  Subject: Surnames - from Navan ..... CARRIGAN and McCARTHY
Not knowing what information you require, I've pasted a brief history of the people from Navan, County Meath that I am interested in. Could you please place my interests on your web site.

Delia Carrigan was my Grand Mother.

Brian Lissette
Tauranga, New Zealand.

Brian Lissette

Carpenter

Trying to trace our grand father MICHAEL CARPENTER's birth / baptismal record in order to find details of his parents ( my great grandfather & great grandmother). Known details are as follows which may be added to your database if you wish..   MICHAEL CARPENTER c.1870-1925 who is shown in 1901 census as living alone @ CROSSDRUM,OLDCASTLE CO. MEATH (Townland of Lower Crossdrum in the barony of Fore) - with his mother CATHERINE,a native of Co.CAVAN. Michaels birthplace was recorded as WESTMEATH. From his death certificate which we have, he was 55 years old when he died at CROSSDRUM in 1925, leaving a widow, She was ROSE ANN MULDOON born in Mountnugent Parish, Cavan in 1885 and died in 1978 and is perhaps buried at St. Mary's, Moylough, Oldcastle, Co.Meath. ( Currently awaiting a response from St. Mary's). They had 4 children one of whom , JOHN, who died as an infant and we have no recorded details of his birth or date of death. MICHAEL (junior) - my Uncle Michael , 1914 - 1969 -Crossdrum. HUGH (Hughie)1915-1965 - my father who came over to UK and married Margaret KELLY 1925 - 1997 (originally from Co.Laois)  They married in 1940 in Coventry, UK at the Church of the Most Holy Sacrament ( now known as St.Osburgs). They have 5 children - all still living and all of whom were raised in Coventry. They are both still dearly missed by their children and grand children. ROSE - born ????-died 1978 - my Aunt Oddie who spent most of her life in a Convent in Mullingar I believe she would have been in her 70's when she died or possibly her late 60's?  .  We have written to Westmeath Heritage Centre who say they cannot trace our grandfathers birth/ baptismal record

liz@carpentere.fsnet.co.uk

Casey

See Dalton

canderob@pcfastnet.com

Cassidy

Patrick Cassiday, born Co. Meath circa 1815. Married Bridget Andrews in Ireland, had son Patrick about 1840. They came to NY in 1841, and setteled in West Troy, where Patrick was a stone mason, probably in the enlargement work on the Erie Canal. Andrews Patrick and Bridget Andrews, parents of Bridget, wife of Patrick Cassidy. Patrick born circa 1790, daughter Bridget born circa 1820.

Annholohan@aol.com

Cassidy

Looking for any information re Michael Cassidy, Married in Longwood, Co. Meath, 1861, to Margaret Hinds, but Family lore has it that they came from an area about thirty miles from Dublin. They had one son, Christopher, born in Longwood. They emigrated to the U.S. in 1872 to settle in NY, then Shohola, PA.

terryc.javanet@rcn.com

Clark

See Shalvoy URL below

 

Clark +

anyone tracing clarke /heaney /curtis /mckeown. i would like to hear from them

bridiewoods@eircom.net

Corcoran

Patrick CORCORAN, who married Catherine MONTAGUE, daughter of Christopher and Ellen - SEE MONTAGUE

MJGARD2505@cs.com

Carolan

Researching the Carolan family of Navan, Co. Meath, mid to late 1800's.

Msjillec@aol.com

Carolan

See DALY-

Hugh.Daly@tesco.net

Carolan

Looking for descendants and relatives of my grandmother, Julia Carolan(in). She left Co. Meath in 1892 coming to the US. She was one of 8 or 9 nine children. She had an older sister Catherine (Kate) who came to NYC a year or so earlier..Her parents' names were Peter and Mary but this is only heresay. Nothing to prove this fact in writing. Kate [ sister] eventually went back to Ireland but Julia stayed and married a George Andes in NYC about 1898.
fjbgator@worldnet.att.net

Clusky

am trying to find information on my Surname, CLUSKEY. My father and his father were from Co Meath. Any help would be much appreciated. Regards Eamonn

eamonn@prototecdisplay.co.uk

Coffey

 

garciabl@msn.com

Corrigan

Patrick Corrigan married Catherine Graham in Baltimore, Maryland- 1847,believe him to be from County Meath, but no proof. Jerrygary@aol.com

Crothers

 

meolson@execpc.com

Curtis

James CURTIS and Ann RILEY with their children went to Canada. Any help appreciated very much. bvergamini@dragonbbs.com

Cusack

Killaconnigan/Balivor parish and townland of Clonycavan   Mike_Bx38@prodigy.net  

 

 

 

 

 

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