Author Topic: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary  (Read 1302 times)

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Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
« on: Thursday 09 March 17 00:16 GMT (UK) »
Hello all
I am seeking information regarding Dalton/Crowe of Corrogemore Tipperary.  My Dalton family lived and farmed in the townland of Corrogemore from at least the 1850's to 1911.  Patrick and Hanora Dalton's only daughter, Mary, married William Crowe sometime after the 1911 Census [Mary would've been aged about 28 in 1911].  It is known that William and Mary had a son, also named William. It is also known that William and Mary eventually purchased the Dalton Corrogemore farm.  I have no further information on these families, except to add that Mary's brothers, James and Michael Dalton were known to have worked in Tipperary Town Post Office sometime between the 1890's and 1911.
Any help and suggestions for further research will be most appreciated
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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 09 March 17 10:16 GMT (UK) »
Appears to be Mary's death 1955 widow of John Crowe informant Chrissie Crowe daughter
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/deaths_returns/deaths_1955/04430/4157494.pdf

John Crowe died 1961 widower informant son William Crowe
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/deaths_returns/deaths_1961/04323/4116463.pdf

Crowe John,Administration papers,will annexed,de bonis non
ref   2005/46/56  date 1984
address of deceased  Croguemore,Tipperary
date of death 26th April 1961,Date of Grant 2nd Feb 1984
Transferred by Clonmel District Probate Registry in 2005

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Re: Dalton/Crowe Corrogemore Tipperary
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 09 March 17 11:12 GMT (UK) »
Blimey, I simply cannot believe my eyes.  When I clicked on the link a half an hour ago, all this family information seemingly tumbled out.  It was truly spine-tingling stuff!  I cannot thank you enough, dathai - your time, your knowledge and expertise is so much appreciated by me and also my family when I get this new informaton to them.  Your research has answered many of my queries and my knowledge of the Crowe family has grown to include another generation.  It would appear as if the Dalton farm at Corrogemore was still in the Crowe family until at least 1961 when John Crowe died.  I am yet to see what the documentation at the National Archives will provide.  Cannot wait to pursue this direction.  Again many thanks.
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