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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #9 on: Monday 27 April 15 00:56 BST (UK) »
seems to be CatherineReilly/ Connor/Carolan's second marriage
http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/details/5b4c820096325
her parents from Dunshaughlin

there was also a Bryan Carolan from Dunshaughlin at Thomas Furlongs wedding above

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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #10 on: Monday 27 April 15 01:02 BST (UK) »
they appear to have had one child
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F5PB-5S9

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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #13 on: Monday 27 April 15 08:52 BST (UK) »
Hi Dathai

You hit the nail on the head with this little lot , thanks so much I have never used that site before as its been some time since I picked this up again. The name O'Connor is one that I got from the 1901 census Catherine O'Connor mother in law widow, wondering now if it was Thomas that was married before (?) , but that's brilliant as I can see Thomas's parents names there. Wondering about the end column in the marriage register saying Disp , could this mean they were cousins ? I also now have new addresses to look at. Im ever so grateful to you !

Carol
O'GRADY - DUBLIN,TIPPERARY,& ENGLAND
DOOLEY - TIPPERARY, CO LAOIS
KAVANAGH - DUBLIN
HARRIS- CLARE, CORK, & ENGLAND
BLANEY, DOYLE FURLONG -  WEXFORD
FURLONG-WEXFORD
MELICAN- CLARE

OTHER NAME INTERESTS - MORAN ,CORBETT, LILLIS, MCGERRY, MCNAMARA, MCGRANE, BRENNAN.....All County Clare & Scattery Island

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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #14 on: Monday 27 April 15 08:55 BST (UK) »
a few more baptisms
http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/search.jsp?name2fm=&name2l=reilly&namefm=tho*&namel=furlong&location=&yyfrom=&yyto=&submit=Search&sort=&pageSize=100&diocese=&parish=&century=&decade=&ddBfrom=&ddMfrom=&ddDfrom=&mmBfrom=&mmMfrom=&mmDfrom=&yyBfrom=&yyMfrom=&yyDfrom=&ddBto=&ddMto=&ddDto=&mmBto=&mmMto=&mmDto=&yyBto=&yyMto=&yyDto=&locationB=&locationM=&locationD=&member0=&member1=&member2=&member3=&member4=&member5=&member6=&member7=&member8=&member9=&namef0=&namef1=&namef2=&namef3=&namef4=&namef5=&namef6=&namef7=&namef8=&namef9=&namel0=&namel1=&namel2=&namel3=&namel4=&namel5=&namel6=&namel7=&namel8=&namel9=&keyword=&event=

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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #16 on: Monday 27 April 15 09:14 BST (UK) »
These records are brilliant , thank you so much !  ;D
O'GRADY - DUBLIN,TIPPERARY,& ENGLAND
DOOLEY - TIPPERARY, CO LAOIS
KAVANAGH - DUBLIN
HARRIS- CLARE, CORK, & ENGLAND
BLANEY, DOYLE FURLONG -  WEXFORD
FURLONG-WEXFORD
MELICAN- CLARE

OTHER NAME INTERESTS - MORAN ,CORBETT, LILLIS, MCGERRY, MCNAMARA, MCGRANE, BRENNAN.....All County Clare & Scattery Island

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Re: Furlongs of Mountjoy Dublin
« Reply #17 on: Monday 27 April 15 09:38 BST (UK) »
as usual ages at death are unreliable depending who the informant was the same applies for ages on the census.
So if Mary Annes mother remarried to Rodger Connor in 1864 it is most likely that Mary Anne and Thomas Furlong were in their forties in 1901 so born before Catholic civil registration began in 1864.
The death for Thomas Furlong that Conahy posted earlier for 1929 is buried in Glasnevin you can search the index here and get a full readout for 10euro listing all burials in that plot
http://www.glasnevintrust.ie/genealogy/results/index.xml
There is also a burial showing in 1902 for a Catherine Connor age 64 ? when entering Russell Street in address box