1901 Census Meenlecknalore, Templecrone


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No Name Surname Relationship Religion Education Age Sex Occupation Marriage Born Language
Patrick McCarron and Mary Boyle Household            
1 Patrick McCarron Head R.C. can't read 70 M Farmer Married Donegal I&E
Mary McCarron Wife R.C. can't read 62 F   Married Donegal I&E
Maggie McCarron Daughter R.C. can't read 37 F Farmer's Dau Unmarried Donegal I&E
Condy McCarron Son R.C. R&W 35 M Farmer's Son Unmarried Donegal I&E
John McCarron Son R.C. can't read 30 m Farmer's Son Unmarried Donegal I&E
Peter McGee Grandson R.C. R&W 4 M Scholar Unmarried Donegal I&E


Patick McCarron is the son of  Shane McCarron - for his brother Charles, see 1901 Brockagh census

The family moved from Oughtmeen to Meenlecknalore in the 1870ís

Shane McCarron, 80y, widower, died on Apr 19 1875 in Meenlecknalore

Catherine married Conal Hanlon - see 1901 census Cloghbolie

Mary b. June 5 1875 married Patrick Molloy Feb 6 1895 - see 1901 census Cloghbolie

Margaret b. Feb 19 1864  Oughtmeen married John Hanlon, Cloghbolie, Aug 19 1905 - see 1911 Census Cloghbolie

Bridget married Nogher McGee - see 1901 census Cloghbolie

John (Jack) married -

1. Madge Gallagher (John, Cloghbolie)

2. Madge McCarron (Bernard, Loughanure)



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