1901 Census of Haugh, Killymard, Co Donegal
(House inhabited by John Scott, Schoolmaster, from early 1800s)
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No Surname First Relationship Religion Education Age Occupation Status Born Lang
  Thomas Morrow and Mary Morrow Household          
1 Morrow Thomas Head CofI RW 60 Farmer Widower Donegal  
  Morrow Jane Dau CofI RW 29   Single Donegal  
  Morrow William Son CofI RW 25 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Morrow Alexander Son CofI RW 22 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Morrow Mary Ann Dau CofI RW 19 Sewer Single Donegal  
  Morrow Maggie Dau CofI RW 17 Sewer Single Donegal  
  Morrow James Son CofI RW 15 Scholar Single Donegal  
  Morrow Richard Son CofI RW 13 Scholar Single Donegal  



Thomas Morrow, 27, son of John, married Mary Morrow, 19, dau of George Morrow, 29 May 1862

Thomas son of John Morrow & Jane Griffith, Stronorlar

Marry dau of George Morrow & Mary Love, Haugh

2 Lyons Isabella Head CofI RW 55 Sprigging Married Donegal  
  Hamilton Catherine Visitor CofI Only reads 40 Sprigging Widow Donegal  
  Hamilton William Visitor CofI RW 13 Scholar Single Donegal  
  James Morrow and Mary Ann Warke Household          
3 Morrow James Head CofI RW 51 Farmer Married Donegal  
  Morrow Mary A Wife CofI RW 34   Married Donegal  
  Morrow William R Son CofI RW 9 Scholar Single Donegal  
  Morrow Maggie Dau CofI Only reads 6 Farmer's dau Single Donegal  
  Morrow Joseph W Son CofI   5 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Morrow Thomas A Son CofI   1yr9mths Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Morrow James C H Son CofI   1yr9mths Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Morrow Hugh A A  Son CofI   6mths Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  McGettigan James Servant RC RW 18 Labourer Single Donegal IE
  Denell Mary A Servant RC RW 14 Servant Single Donegal  


James son of William Morrow & Elizabeth Oliver

4 Hammond Margaret Head CofI Can't read 50 Caretaker Widow Donegal  
  Hammond Francis Son CofI Can't read 26 Farm labr Single Donegal  
  Hammond Rebecca Dau CofI RW 14 Scholar Single Donegal  
  James Arnold and Sarah Ann Perry Household          
5 Arnold James Head CofI RW 53 Farmer Widower Donegal  
  Arnold George H Son CofI RW 22 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Arnold William Son CofI RW 20 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Arnold Lillie E Dau CofI RW 16 Farmer's dau Single Donegal  
  Arnold John J Son CofI RW 14 Scholar Single Donegal  
  Shaw Lillie E Visitor CofI RW 10 Scholar Single Donegal  
  Shaw Willie J Visitor CofI RW 7 Scholar Single Donegal  
6 Blake Patrick Head RC RW 51 Clergyman Single Donegal IE
  Blake Mary Mother RC RW 70   Widow Donegal  
  McGrorty Mary Servant RC RW 20 Domestic svt Single Donegal IE
  McGrorty John J Servant RC RW 27 Farm svt Single Donegal  
7 RC Church                  
8 Colvin George Head CofI RW 68 Farmer Married Donegal  
  Colvin William Son CofI RW 24 Farmer's son Single Donegal  
  Hammond Rebecca J Servant CofI Can't read 55 Domestic svt Single Donegal  
9 Uninhabited Landholder - James Morrow              
Townland Notes
Commissioners of Irish Education Inquiry Second Report 1826  - John Scott was the Schoolmaster at Winter Hill, Haugh, a Protestant, who ran a free school out of a stone and lime building, costing 10.
His total annual income arising in all ways from the school was 9. The number of pupils in attendance on an average of 3 months proceeding Nov 1826 were 28 Church of Ireland, 6 Presbyterians and 4 Roman Catholic children. 
Marriages :
John Scott, Haugh, Church of Ireland to Jane McCollough, Ballymagrorty, Drumhome 6 Jan 1824
John Scott, Haugh, to Elizabeth ?, married 1832
1851 (?) census :
Scott, John 40, Elizabeth 36. Married 1824 and 1832. Sarah 15, Alexander 13, Catherine 7, Eliza Ann 5, Elizabeth 3 and William 7 months, Bell, Richard and James
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