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Offline dathai

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 28 September 17 08:53 BST (UK) »
Aha i think
College Green for Glas Carnog
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai003755451/

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 28 September 17 09:15 BST (UK) »
Thank you Dublin1850 for finding that church it does appear like a bit of makey up Irish.

Sinann that was an interesting link to Boards but i think they have gone a bit awry there,
I could not see a man writing his name as Diarmuid Ceallachain making that mistake for the name Cassidy first off his mothers name is Nora born Cork while he James/Seamus is born Tipperary and the Senators family are from Cork with mother Catherine.
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Dublin/Inns_Quay/Berkeley_Street/1325311/

edited to add Nora actually filled out the 1901 return in Irish
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai003755450/

Does this mean I have to read that thread properly.....

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 28 September 17 09:40 BST (UK) »
Oops Sinann
                    I see what you mean i now see ''under the influence of Seamus Cassidy '' i thought they were saying they were both the same man.
I should of had a strong coffee before i read that the brain dosent register too well early in the morning.

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 28 September 17 12:00 BST (UK) »
:D That wasn't quite what I meant.
I meant I had only skimmed through it, I hadn't checked out the findings.
I'm delighted it didn't prove to be total nonsense though..phew.
I still haven't read it properly.

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 28 September 17 12:09 BST (UK) »
In his notes on this site:
http://www.leabhair.ie/sob/sraidbac/index.html
Séamas Ó Brógáin says:
“Sráid Ghlas Caonóg” (ceann de na hainmneacha a mhol Seosamh Laoide agus a chomh­ghleacaithe ón mbliain 1905 ar aghaidh) atá ar na hainm­chláir. (Sean­ainm ar an sruth darb ainm an Bhradóg is ea Glas Caonóg.)

rough translation: Sráis Ghlas Caonóg was one of the names suggested by Joseph Lloyd and his colleagues to be put on the street name signs. Glas Caonóg was an older name for the Bradogue.

This is the route of the Bradogue: http://www.naomhfionnbarra.ie/localhistoryfolklore/bradogue-river/
Coffey, Cummins, Cummins [Skirke, Laois], Curran, Dillon [Clare], Fogarty [Garran, Laois/Tipp], Hughes, Keshan (Keeshan), Loughman [Killadooley, Laois], Mallon [Armagh], Malone, Markham [Caherkine, Clare], McKeon [Sligo/Kilkenny], McNamara, Meagher, Prescott [Kilkenny/Waterford/Wexford?], Rafferty, Ryan, Sullivan, Tobin
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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 28 September 17 13:11 BST (UK) »
Thank you again Dublin 1850 its good to have some sort of interpretation of the name though cant fathom why Diarmuid Ceallachain should use it.

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 28 September 17 13:48 BST (UK) »
Given the Roger Casement stuff and use of Irish it sounds like he was one of those die hard rebel type priests.

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 28 September 17 15:42 BST (UK) »
Playing "Snap!" with Gaelic names, there's a Loch Glascarnoch in Ross-shire!

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Re: Glas Carnog
« Reply #17 on: Thursday 28 September 17 17:12 BST (UK) »
Wonder did he take the name from Glassmanogue near the Bradogue river
http://dublin1798.com/dublin09.htm