Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby jordo » Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:49 pm

Hiya JohnD,
As you know I am working off Electoral lists for 1952/1953 and these would only give the names of those who had reached the age of 21 years. Do you know what year Myles Kavanagh married and I will keep an eye on that year (or the year after) to see what changes take place.


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Sorry JohnD, got the names mixed up :oops:
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby jordo » Thu Apr 29, 2010 5:45 pm

Strum wrote:Trojan work Jordo, fair play to ya.



Thanks Strum, yeah it's starting to take shape. Grammer and JohnD are going to do Pearse Park and possibly other parts of the 'Noggin so that will put a big hole in the 50,000 or so names :D
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby johndle » Thu Apr 29, 2010 5:48 pm

That Last Message is for you Grammer Dont know how my name slipped into it :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Lar » Thu Apr 29, 2010 11:33 pm

Marvellous Jordo, found my parents and a hoard of relations so far, your fingers must be worn out, thank you so much :D :D :D
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby jordo » Fri Apr 30, 2010 4:29 pm

That's great Lar, glad it was of some help. I thought I had lost a page when I was putting up the Streets when I noticed there was more houses in Coldwell Street that there were in Findlater Street. Had to go out and have a look and I did last night, first time I took any serious notice of the difference in the houses :shock: Same with the Buildings more on one side than the other, they are listed with even numbers on one side and uneven on the other and when I did the sort it looked ridiculous so posted them as listed.
I think this will finish the working class areas of the Holla with the exception of Carroll's Cottages and will have to make another trip to the Library to check something before I post that.



O'Donnell Gardens
1 Noctor James
1 Noctor Ellen
1 Noctor Peter
1 Noctor Thomas G
1 Noctor Frances
1 Noctor James (Jun)
2 Redmond Patrick
2 Redmond Margaret
2 Redmond Margaret (Jun)
2 Redmond Gertrude
3 Mulvaney Charles
3 Mulvaney Annie
4 Murphy William
4 Murphy Thomas G
4 Murphy Kathleen
4 Murphy William
5 Drew Alice
5 Drew Kathleen
5 Drew John
6 Lumsden William
6 Lumsden Agnes
6 Catoire Josephine
7 Mitchell Elizabeth
7 McMullen William
7 McMullen May
8 Moran Laurence
8 Moran Essie
8 Moran John
8 Moran Christina
9 Cunningham Margaret
9 Cunningham Kathleen F
9 Cunningham Annie Monica
9 Cunningham Luke
9 Cunningham Philomena
10 Kavanagh Norah
10 Kavanagh John
11 Dolan Laurence
11 Dolan Mary
12 Hilton Elizabeth
12 Hilton James
13 Mullen John
13 Mullen Catherine
13 Mullen Catherine Frances
13 Mullen William
14 O'Toole Shiela
14 O'Toole Thomas
15 Byrne Daniel
15 Byrne Winifred
15 Byrne Winifred (Jun)
16 Kerin Herbert V
16 Kerin Frances
16 Kerin Brendan
16 O'Reilly Patrick
17 Smyth James (Sen)
17 Smyth Bridget
17 Smyth Mary
17 Smyth James (Jun)
17 Smyth Christopher
18 Kinsella Michael
18 Kinsella Elizabeth
18 Kinsella Mary E
18 Kinsella William
18 Kinsella Bridget
18 Kinsella Frances
19 Leary William
19 Leary Annie
19 Leary Christopher
20 Murphy Patrick
20 Murphy Josephine
20 Murphy William
20 Murphy Johanna
20 Maguire Martin
20 Maguire Mary
21 Keating Michael
21 Keating Sarah
21 Keating Bridget
21 Keating Michael John
22 Durning Joseph
22 Durning Mary
23 O'Shea John
23 O'Shea Elizabeth
23 O'Shea Mathew
23 Redahan Anne
24 Moran William
24 Moran Mary
24 Moran Margaret
25 Morgan James
25 Morgan Anne
25 Morgan Kathleen
25 Morgan Rene
25 Morgan Carmel
26 Weafer Frank
26 Weafer Mary
26 Weafer Laurence
26 Weafer Michael
26 Weafer Elizabeth
26 Weafer Henry
27 Knight John
27 Knight Mary
28 Kelly Joan
28 Kelly william
28 Byrne Mary Frances
29 Costello Edward
29 Costello Denis
29 Costello James
29 Costello Denis (Jun)
29 Costello Noel
30 Knox Joseph
30 Knox Josephine
31 O'Brien John
31 O'Brien Thomas
31 O'Brien Mary
32 Molloy Margaret
32 Molloy Elizabeth
32 Molloy Anne
32 Molloy William
33 Hudson Peter
33 Hudson Lily
34 Doyle Joseph
34 Doyle Charles
35 Weafer James
35 Weafer Annie
35 Weafer Carmel
35 Weafer Mary
36 Andrews John
36 Andrews Margaret
36 Andrews Michael
36 Andrews John (Jun)
37 Duane Margaret
37 Duane James
37 Duane Patrick
37 Duane Michael
38 Sharkey James
38 Sharkey Margaret
38 Sharkey Thomas
39 Bryan George
39 Bryan Mary
40 O'Sullivan William
40 O'Sullivan Rosanna
40 O'Sullivan Mary
40 O'Sullivan Michael
40 O'Sullivan Kathleen
41 Enright Catherine
42 Fox John
42 Fox Catherine
42 Fox Anne
43 McGoldrick James
43 McGoldrick John
43 McGoldrick Mary
43 McGoldrick Patricia
43 McGoldrick May
43 McGoldrick Letitia
43 McGoldrick James (Jun)
44 Molloy John
44 Molloy Teresa
44 Molloy Teresa (Jun)
44 Molloy Patricia
45 Lowe Frances
45 Lowe Kathleen
45 Lowe Victor
46 McDonald Patrick
46 McDonald Teresa
46 McDonald Kevin
46 McDonald Finbar

Glasthule Artisans' Dwellings aka 'The Tivoli' or 'The Buildings'

1 Byrne Katherine Ann
1 Byrne James
3 Doyle Laurence
3 Doyle Agnes
5 Lanigan William J
5 Lanigan Mary Anne
7 Whelan Mary Anne
9 Walsh Francis
11 McDonagh Patrick
11 McDonagh Kathleen
13 Martin Bridie
13 Martin Patrick
15 Burchett Mary Anne
15 Burchett Joseph M
17 Handy John
17 Handy Margaret
17 Handy Harry
17 Handy Mathew
17 Handy Sadie
19 Vaughan Patrick
19 Vaughan Bridget
21 Keating Stephen
23 Hinch John
23 Hinch Kathleen
25 Heffernan Denis
27 Farrell Mary
29 Hempenstall Margaret
29 Byrne Margaret
29 Byrne Patrick
31 Handy Thomas
33 Treacy Michael
33 Treacy Anne
35 Barry Annie
35 Barry Michael
35 Barry William
37 Neville Gerard
37 Neville Kathleen
39 Quinn Edward
39 Quinn Mary
39 Quinn Edward (Jun)
41 Smyth Catherine
41 Smyth William
43 Robinson William
43 Robinson Margaret
43 Robinson Alice
45 Hannon Martin
45 Hannon Mary
45 Hannon Patrick
47 Stephens Patrick
47 Stephens Margaret
47 Keyes John
49 McGarry John
49 McGarry Minnie
51 Quinn James
53 Keavney Martin
53 Keavney Bridget
55 Kirwan Ellen
57 Waring Emily
57 Waring Monica
59 Quinn Ellen
59 Quinn Alice
61 Doyle Annie
63 Doona Patrick
65 Wolley George
65 O'Toole Mary
67 Doyle Mary
67 Doyle annie
67 Hinch Christina
69 Hughes Garrett
69 Hughes Mary
71 Robinson Martin
71 Robinson Kathleen
73 Stephens Patrick
73 Carroll Patrick
73 Wyse Michael
75 Lambe Bridget
75 Lambe Thomas
77 Myler Margaret
77 Myler Patrick
77 Forde Bridget
79 Young John
81 Connolly Mary
81 Connolly Kathleen
81 Connolly Sylvester
83 Mills Ellen
83 Mills Charles
85 Donohue Kate
85 Donohue John
87 Fennell Margaret
87 Silery Catherine
89 Collins Kate
89 Collins Patrick
91 O'Hagan John
93 Cummings Richard
93 Cummings Patricia
93 Cummings Elizabeth
95 Nevin James
95 Nevin Winifred
2 Doyle Michael
2 Doyle Kathleen
4 Sadler John
4 Sadler Mary
6 Byrne Elizabeth
8 Dunphy Edward
8 Dunphy Kathleen
8 Cassidy Julia
8 Cassidy Michael
8 Cassidy John
10 Tallant Thomas
10 Tallant Kathleen
10 Tallant May
10 Tallant Thomas Peter
12 Farrell Louisa
12 Farrell Mary
12 Farrell Thomas
14 Byrne Thomas
14 Byrne Elizabeth
14 Miskella Anne
14 Miskella Michael
16 Hughes Christina
16 Hughes Martin
18 Muldowney Patrick
18 Muldowney Elizabeth
20 McCann Patrick
20 McCann Joseph
22 Walsh Ada
22 Walsh Florrie
22 Walsh Maud
24 Tallon Winifred Mary
24 Tallon Christopher
26 Merrigan Kate
28 Jenkins Thomas
28 Jenkins Elizabeth
28 Whelan Mary
30 Kinsella Nicholas
30 Kinsella Rosanna
32 Hale Margaret
34 Brien Margaret
36 Hurley John
36 Hurley Mary
38 Wheeler Martha
38 Wheeler Muriel
40 Hickey Josephine
42 Quinn Mary
44 O'Toole Christopher
44 O'Toole Ellen
44 O'Toole Christopher (Jun)
46 Vaughan Patrick
46 Vaughan George
48 Traynor Edward
48 Traynor Annie
50 Carroll William
50 Carroll Thomas
50 Phelan John
50 Phelan Elizabeth
52 Keating Mary
52 Keating Patrick
54 Maguire James
54 Maguire Kathleen
54 Punter Martha

Magenta Place
1 O'Connor Michael
1 O'Connor Mary Jane
2 Kavanagh Mary
3 Stanley Margaret
3 Stanley Joan
3 Stanley Patricia
3 Hackett Gerard
4 Weafer John
4 Weafer Violet
5 Barnes Francis
5 Barnes Jane Anne
6 Timmons Thomas John
6 Timmons Mary
6 Timmons John Joseph
6 Timmons Philomena
6 Timmons Gerard
7 Nolan Mary
7 Nolan Denis
7 Nolan Mary Philomena
8 O'Shea Christopher
9 O'Neill Alice
9 O'Neill Agnes
10 Horan Annie (Sen)
10 Horan Annie (Jun)
11 Clinton Helen
11 Clinton Maureen
12 Bell Ellen
12 Carter Arabella
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby johndle » Fri Apr 30, 2010 5:21 pm

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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby jordo » Fri Apr 30, 2010 8:10 pm

Will you stop, people are beginning to talk :oops: and I'm still not putting up Pearse Park :D
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Harjoe » Fri Apr 30, 2010 8:26 pm

Great Work Jordo when are you going down Lr Georges st :D :D :D
Just a matter of information the photo of the wedding party out side the church was not the noggin church but St Micheals the reason I know because three of my sisters were married in that church and the photos were taken on the same steps as that one and the door behind was the way into the sacriesty and the bell tower.
By the way hope your trip into the bush in Deans Grange has no grave consicquentes :D :D :D
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby johndle » Sat May 08, 2010 9:15 pm

Hey Grammer You See any sign of Jordo Nearly sure He said
it would"ent take to long get the Pearse Park 1953 details
You Think He has forgotten about His Noggin Buddies :roll: :roll: :roll: ;) ;) ;)
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Snowhite » Tue May 11, 2010 12:02 am

Great work Jordo, but I'm a bit :? as to why my dad's name would be there as he was married then (I think) the other two gent's would have been lodgers usually barmen from The Eagle House.
5 Payne Alice
5 Payne William
5 O'Shea Denis
5 Sweeney Alex


Also these are more of my Granny's Family

13 Mannion William
13 Mannion Mary
13 Mannion Patrick T
13 Mannion Nicholas
13 Mannion Mary (Jun)
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Sputnik » Tue May 18, 2010 12:07 am

My sister tells me that the 1901 Census comes on-line on June 4th.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Snowhite » Tue May 18, 2010 12:20 am

Wonder will it done County by County again :(
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Rocker » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:42 am

Jordo

I am blown away by the work you are doing. Could I help, I can type and am reasonably accurate, into Genealogy and DunLaoghaire.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Strum » Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:00 pm

I'm afraid Jordo is no longer around Rocker.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Rocker » Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:37 pm

OMG, Sorry to hear that. Thank you for telling me.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Rocker » Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:28 am

Bugrock,

This census substitute was done by one of the members for 1953 it shows Crawleys at Coldwell Street and Eden Villas. Put in the street name in the search facility at the top right and it will bring you to the post.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby bugrock » Mon Sep 17, 2012 1:35 pm

Rocker, great work. I've got a receipt from the Free State Government for 20 pounds(Bloody keyboard has no icon for pounds) in the name of Laurence Crawley 1920 of 28 Coldwell St. He must have moved to 8 Eden Terrace at some time unknown to me. But that means my da was born in Coldwell St (1917 I believe).
I too have discovered my family bred like rabbits. Again great work.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Rocker » Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:55 pm

Bugrock,

Have you looked at the 1901 and 1911 census returns ..free on the national archives site census. I couldnt find a Lawerence in Dublin but one in Louth in 1901 and one in Derry in 1911 stationed with RIC. The census is a great time waster. I spend days on it.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby bugrock » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:02 pm

Rocker
Yes thanks. I did look. The Louth family in Marys Lane is the one alright. However the had a boarder in 1901, Mary Campbell 2 years old. She was still there in 1911. Not related I think. Maybe taken in as a baby. Just curious. I think Laurence's father and wife moved to Shankill/Shanganagh with 2? children. One was my grandfathers brother, Frank, whom I met in the 60's. After that the sea is murky.
I can't find Laurence Crawley anywhere in the country for 1901 0r 1911 until Coldwell St 1n 1920. :?
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Rocker » Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:41 pm

Bugrock,

I tried a different spelling and found a Lawrence living in Co Louth in 1901 1901 census
then in the 1911 there was a Lawrence from Louth a Railway servant working in the RIC barracks in Tyrone
1911 census
I know the ages are a bit askew but mine didn't seem to know their ages either on a fmily search site I found a marriage in 1914
family search
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Snowhite » Mon Sep 17, 2012 7:07 pm

Rocker wrote:OMG, Sorry to hear that. Thank you for telling me.



Jordo is still with us Rocker....just not on the site. If your looking in Jordo "Come back Please......we do miss you on here" :cry:
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby bugrock » Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:11 am

Rocker, I think you might have something with this marriage 1914. Fits in!
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Denis Cromie » Tue Sep 18, 2012 8:24 pm

Yeah Jordo's badly missed.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Strum » Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:23 pm

Snowhite wrote: If your looking in Jordo "Come back Please



If you look at the member list it shows when a member has last looked in. Jordo hasn't for about 15 Months.
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Re: Dun laoghaire Census Substitute 1953

Postby Snowhite » Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:35 pm

Strum wrote:
Snowhite wrote: If your looking in Jordo "Come back Please



If you look at the member list it shows when a member has last looked in. Jordo hasn't for about 15 Months.



Ah yes Strum...but you don't have to Log-in to checkout whats going on ;) But seriously Jordo was a great asset to the site I for one miss him on here. :(
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