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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #36 on: Monday 16 January 17 09:48 GMT (UK) »
Is Daniel's mother Brigida Finnigan?
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #37 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:09 GMT (UK) »
That is probably it, Aghadowey.

I think also the places are Drumgurra and Conduff ( witness Anna - possibly Marron as showing in Griffiths Valuation)

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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #38 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:41 GMT (UK) »
One to consider - number 1278

http://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632801#page/83/mode/1up

12th June 1864
Maria McGrogan/McGrugan  ??? Parents Daniel McGrogan and Anna Lamb - residence Corlea
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #39 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:43 GMT (UK) »
Could 'Goodwin' be an Anglicised version of McGrogan?
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #40 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:50 GMT (UK) »
Could 'Goodwin' be an Anglicised version of McGrogan?

I just noticed the baptism index has been transcribed as McGugan which would make more sense without the 'r' for anglicisation.
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #41 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:51 GMT (UK) »
Could 'Goodwin' be an Anglicised version of McGrogan?

An old ancestry board posts notes:

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Goodwin AKA McGuigan

Posted: 31 Oct 2012 8:33PM GMT

My gg grandfather Peter Goodwin (b. ca. 1815) married Mary McNally and emigrated from Monaghan to New York in the 1860s. My mother claims that they were previouly McGuigans. Thanks, Diane G.

so it would seem others in Monaghan with similar surnames to
McGrogan, ie in this instance, McGuigan, did also use Goodwin.


also

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Goodwin from County Monaghan

Posted: 23 Oct 2005 9:50PM GMT

Classification: Query

Surnames: Goodwin/McGuigan

I've always been told that my gg gandfather, Oliver Montgomery Goodwin was born in County Monoghan in 1837. I am interested in finding out what part of the county the Goodwin family was from. Or if there are any still left in the county now. At one point my family name may or may not have been been McGuigan, due to a mixup.
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #42 on: Monday 16 January 17 11:56 GMT (UK) »
I must go out now!

There is a baptism for Rosa McGuigan 24 May 1865 Parents Peter and Margaret - abode Corlea and godmother is Anna Lamb.
Even with a married woman, maiden name seems to be used in registers.
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Re: Daniel Goodwin's wife died 1866 Monaghan giving birth to twins, baby Bertha l
« Reply #44 on: Monday 16 January 17 16:16 GMT (UK) »
Tedavnet/Tydavnet isn't a neighbouring parish to Maghaire Rois so I do have reservations about the other Goodwins but it does help with the translation and interchange of the name.
All the relevant ones to here show townland as Corlea.

Here is James' baptism, so I think we have all the children's baptisms now?

http://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632801#page/60/mode/1up
Number 902

He is born 19th June 1862 so that should give a period of time for Daniel's marriage to Anna Lamb.
It looks as though there may have been some problem with James at birth as there are annotations re his baptism.
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