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201 Diabetes Mellitus Powell, Alexander (P340)
 
202 Diarrhoea Lynch, Michael (P1394)
 
203 Disease of the spine Reed, Mary (P23)
 
204 Drowning Loftus, Patrick (P18)
 
205 Drowning Loftus, Elizabeth (P307)
 
206 Edward was baptized by Rev Father J Young and his godmother was Susan Herald Brennan, Edward (P908)
 
207 Elizabeth was baptized in St Mary's by Father John Shaw her sponsor was Mary Ann McLaughlan Cassidy, Elizabeth (P207)
 
208 Euphemia claimed poor relief for the first time after the death of her husband John on the 3rd of February 1902. She was suffering from a leg ulcer and bronchitis. At the time she was living with her two step daughters Betsy and Roseann and her natural child Euphemia at 763 Duke Street Dennistoun back 1 up left. The rent was 11/- per month and the inspector decribed the house as clean and tidy.
At the time of her application she was 43 years old and employed as a domestic. She gave her religion as RC although she was married in the Episcopalian Church. She was wholly disabled and partially destitute as a result of her bronchitis and leg ulcer. She had been completely finanically dependent on Bessie and Rose Ann. She had taken out a life insurance policy with the Prudential insurance company but this amounted to the megre sum of £7 and John's funeral had cost £4. She had also lost her youngest child John Archibald just six months before the death of her husband.
She claimed poor relief 16 times over a six year period. She made her last claim in January 1908 which was the same month she married Samuel O'Brien. 
McDonald, Euphemia (P71)
 
209 Father's name John Laverty Laverty, Elizabeth (P94)
 
210 Field Value
Parish/ District CASTLEWELLAN
Date Of Birth 06/02/1864
Date of Baptism 06/02/1864
First name BERNARD
Surname MARMION
Sex Male
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname BERNARD
Fathers Surname MARMION
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname MARGARET
Mother Surname TUMELTY
Witness1 Firstname DANIEL
Witness1 Surname MARMION
Witness2 Firstname MARGARET
Witness2 Surname MCCARTAN
Street CLONVARAGHAN
Townland Castlewellan
Town Down
County CO Down
Misc
REV F DIGNEY ś0 2 0.  
Marmion, Bernard (P900)
 
211 Field Value
Parish/ District Civil
Date Of Birth 08/12/1882
Date of Baptism 16/12/1882
First name BRIDGET
Surname MARRON
Sex Female
Denomination Civil Parish
Fathers Firstname JAMES
Fathers Surname MARRON
Fathers Occupation PLATER
Mother Firstname BRIDGET
Mother Surname MCCORMICK
Witness1 Firstname MARY
Witness1 Surname MCLAUGHLIN
Witness2 Firstname
Witness2 Surname
Street 23 WHITLA ST
Townland Belfast Urban 1
Town Belfast
County
Misc
REGISTRAR ROBERT CLEMENTS.  
Marron, Bridget (P746)
 
212 Field Value
Parish/ District LOUGHINISLAND
Date Of Birth 15/05/1834
Date of Baptism 15/05/1834
First name PATRICK
Surname MCGRAFFAN
Sex Male
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname PATRICK
Fathers Surname MCGRAFFAN
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname
Mother Surname
Witness1 Firstname WILLIAM
Witness1 Surname MAGORAN
Witness2 Firstname M
Witness2 Surname RICE
Street
Townland LOUGHINISLAND
Town Down
County CO DOWN
Misc  
McGraffan, Patrick (P1091)
 
213 Field Value
Parish/ District ST PATRICK'S
Date Of Birth 19/05/1881
Date of Baptism 22/05/1881
First name ELLEN
Surname MARRON
Sex Female
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname JAMES
Fathers Surname MARRON
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname BRIDGET
Mother Surname MCCORMICK
Witness1 Firstname ELLEN
Witness1 Surname MARRON
Witness2 Firstname
Witness2 Surname
Street NEW LODGE ROAD
Townland Belfast
Town Belfast
County CO Antrim
Misc
REV H MAGORIAN ś0 3 0.  
Marron, Ellen (P744)
 
214 Field Value
Parish/ District ST PATRICK'S
Date Of Birth 24/05/1835
Date of Baptism 24/05/1835
First name SARAH
Surname RICE
Sex Female
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname THOMAS
Fathers Surname RICE
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname ISABELLA
Mother Surname GIBBONS
Witness1 Firstname
Witness1 Surname
Witness2 Firstname
Witness2 Surname
Street
Townland Belfast
Town Belfast
County CO Antrim
Misc
.  
Rice, Sarah (P623)
 
215 Field Value
Parish/ District URBAN 2
Date Of Birth 09/06/1885
Date of Baptism 08/07/1885
First name LUCY
Surname MARRON
Sex Female
Denomination Civil Parish
Fathers Firstname DENIS
Fathers Surname MARRON
Fathers Occupation BOILER MAKER
Mother Firstname ELIZA JANE
Mother Surname ANDERSON
Witness1 Firstname ELIZA JANE
Witness1 Surname MARRON
Witness2 Firstname
Witness2 Surname
Street 57 CULTRA ST
Townland BELFAST
Town Belfast
County CO Antrim
Misc
REGISTRAR R CLEMENTS.  
Marron, Lucy (P1137)
 
216 First name EDWARD
Surname RICE
Sex Male
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname PHILIP
Fathers Surname RICE
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname
Mother Surname
Witness1 Firstname JAMES
Witness1 Surname GRIEVE
Witness2 Firstname MARGARET
Witness2 Surname GRIEVE
Street
Townland LOUGHINISLAND
Town Down
County CO DOWN
Misc
REV W MCMULLAN ś0 1 3.  
Rice, Edward (P263)
 
217 Fracture to skull and internal injuries Kelly, John (P147)
 
218 Francis was the youngest brother of my Great grandfather James Cassidy. He was baptized in St Mary's RC Church Abercromby Street on the 18th Feb 1854 by Father Richard Dunphy, godparents were Patrick Cassidy and Mary Kelly.
He was a Pawnbroker and the business flourished for over forty years. He started off as a pawnbroker's assistant and he may have been an employee of his wife's husband Matthew Thornton. However a Philip Cassidy was also in business as a Pawnbroker at the same time so Francis could have worked for either men. Around 1883 he started his own business as an outfitter. After he died in 1908 the business was run for a time by his wife Maggie and became know as "Frank P Cassidy's Pawnbroker, Jeweller and Outfitter" It was passed on to his eldest son James Buchanan Cassidy and the business then became known as "J. B Cassidy's Pawnbroker, Jeweller and Outfitters" . At one point the family owned three shops.
In the 1901 census his second son Matthew's occupation is recorded as Medical student. He also has a servant living with the family so they must have quite well off by this point. His wife Margaret or Maggie was still alive at the time of her eldest son's marriage in 1921
[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Cassidy, Francis (P206)
 
219 From records held at the Public Records Office for Northern Ireland. Entry for Ambrose Brennan 1st July 1921 Source (S-2118145231)
 
220 General debility. Informant Patrick Cassidy (son) 20 Green Street. Cassidy, James (P132)
 
221 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415746)
 
222 General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415739)
 
223 Generalixed Tuberculosis Loftus, Ellen (P97)
 
224 Gina was the daughter of David Mitchell McKenzie and Margaret Cammack. McKenzie, Georgina Annie (P53)
 
225 Glasgow Archives, Mitchell Library, Glasgow
Official Document 
Source (S-2128415720)
 
226 Glioblastoma (brain tumour) Cassidy, John Paul (P271)
 
227 He was my Uncle Harry and when I needed him he was always there for me through out my life. He was full of fun and liked nothing more than a good old fashioned knees up where after a few whiskeys he will give you a song and a dance.
His favourite party songs included "This is worth fighting for" At Last" and "Without a Song". He loved Perry Como but his greatest love was GLASGOW CELTIC. He followed his favourite football team all his life and even when he lost his sight he loved to listen to the game on the radio.
As a child he took me to the cinema and at Christmas time when the place where he worked laid on a childrens christmas party I not only got to go I was also allowed to take a friend. On a Saturday night a big treat for me when I stayed with Granny was Uncle Harry bringing me home a chicken supper from the fish and chip shop with a big pickled onion. When I got married my dad couldn't be there as he had to go into hospital for an operation it was Uncle Harry who stepped in to walk me down the aisle. He baby sat my children, wallpapered my house and helped my husband with odd jobs.
Harry Loftus was a wonderful man full of fun and kindness. He never married but was loved as dearly as any parent could ever hope to be by by all his nieces and nephews. He was also loved dearly by his sisters, brothers and his numerous friends. My daughter Siobhan, his god daughter, wrote the following poem which sums up how we all feel about him.
ODE TO UNCLE HARRY
HE WALKED ME TO SCHOOL AND TAUGHT ME TO PLAY POOL.
HE ALWAYS MADE ME LAUGH NEVER MADE ME CRY. PERHAPS THAT’S WHY IT’S SO HARD TO SAY GOODBYE.
HE BROUGHT ME TO THE PARK AND PLAYED WITH ME TILL DARK. HE SWUNG ME ROUND AND ROUND WHEN I WAS WEE. HE SHOWED ME HOW TO MAKE A GOOD CUP OF TEA!
HE HAD A TOOTHLESS GRIN BUT HARDLY A GREY HAIR ON HIS HEAD AND HE DID WHAT HE WANTED NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE SAID.
HE’D SLIP ME A POUND HERE AND THERE AND SIT BACK IN HIS CHAIR TELLING TALL TALES WHEN HE’D HAD ONE TWO MANY.
HE WAS A GENEROUS MAN BUT COULD STILL PULL A SCAM ESPECIALLY ON POOR AUNTIE MARY.
I USED TO LAUGH AS I WATCHED HIM TRY AND FIND WHERE SHE’D PLANKED ALL THE WHISKEY AND BEER. “GEEZ A WEE SWALLY MARY” HE WOULD SIGH. “GEEZ PEACE” WOULD BE HER REPLY BUT SHE ALWAYS GAVE IN, IN THE END.
HE LOVED HIS FAMILY AND ALL HIS FRIENDS A TRUE BACHELOR TILL THE END. HE WAS A FREE SPIRIT WITH A LOT TO SAY AND THE GREATNESS OF HIS CHARACTER IS REFLECTED IN THE TURN OUT HERE TODAY.
“ENJOY YOURSELF!” SAID HE, AS HE WATCHED THE CELTIC MATCH ON T.V. “ENJOY YOURSELF HEN” AND I PROMISED HIM THEN THAT I WOULD AND I WILL JUST LIKE HIM, ALMOST TILL THE END.
SO I’LL LEAVE YOU WITH THIS PICTURE STILL VIVID IN MY MIND OF A MAN WHOSE LIFE TOUCHED MANY ALWAYS LOVING, GENEROUS AND KIND.
HERE’S TO UNCLE HARRY, MY ONLY UNCLE YOU WILL ALWAYS BE CLOSE TO MY HEART AND NEVER FAR FROM MY MIND. 
Loftus, Henry (P9)
 
228 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P38)
 
229 Heart Disease Mooney, Thomas (P239)
 
230 Heart Disease, Certified by P. Hair M.D McNichol, Hester Maria (P903)
 
231 Helen Cassidy married John Brannan in April of 1888. In November of 1890 she gave birth to a son whom the couple named John. Within ten days of her son's birth Helen was dead having contracted a postpartum infection. She was only 23 years old. Cassidy, Helen (P138)
 
232 Henry Buchanan (son of John Buchanan and Hannah Jordan) married 20th June Old Kilpatrick, Scotland Buchanan, Henry (P344)
 
233 Hepatitis complicated by double valvular heart disease Finnigan, Ann (P482)
 
234 http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk  Repository (R-1399574741)
 
235 http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/GROS-DUN-WEB2/temp/images/20070730/F3F143F7-CE8F-
Internet 
Source (S-2128415737)
 
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P36)
 
237 Hypostatic Bronchial Pneumonia. Cassidy, Frances Jane (P139)
 
238 I cannot find a death for Patrick Cassidy I do not know what happened to him after 1873. He must have died between 1873 and 1881 but I cannot find any record.[CASSID~2.FTW] Cassidy, Patrick (P200)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P161)
 
240 In 1901 Mabel was aged 2 and living with her parents three brothers Thomas Herbert aged 9, John Alfred aged 8, Samuel Frederick aged 6 and her sister Thirza Ellen Maud aged 5. At the time of her emigration to the USA her mother Sarah was living at Wisbech Road, Outwell, Cambridgeshire. Balderson, Mabel Evelyn (P119)
 
241 In the 1841 Census Thomas was living at 100 New Dalmarnock Road Mooney, Thomas (P211)
 
242 In the 1881 census Isabella was living at 44 Barrowfield Strret, Calton with daughter Catherine aged 17. Isabella was working as a Cotton Winder and Catherine was a Cotton Thread Spooler.
Isabella claimed poor relief on the 20th December 1887. Her daughter and her husband had been residing with her two weeks previous to the application. She had quarrelled with her son-in-law after he had been "on the spice". She had thrown him out Thursday last.
She was a regular resident of the poorhouse untill 1902. On the 12th December 1901 she was removed from Camlachie Poliice Station to Barnhill Poorhouse. She had been taken to the police station by two women. Her daughter Catherine Williamson had to leave her the house she was living in at 101 Carntyne Street leaving the old woman homeless. She died in Barnhill in 1903, her daughter registered her death. 
McLay, Isabella (P246)
 
243 In the 1891 census Catherine was a boarder along with her husband John Williamson at 16 Gibson Street, Calton. He was a builders labouerer an she was working as a pan cleaner. Rice, Catherine (P143)
 
244 In the 1901 Census James was living at 54 Springfield Road with his wife Margaret and their five children. James's brother-in-law Thomas Collins was also living with the family on his own income. He was 27 years old. They also had a domestic servant Elizabeth Livingstone from County Cavan she was 20 years old and could not read or write. Apart from the two youngest children the rest of the family could read and write. Brennan, Peter James (P906)
 
245 Inflamation of the Brain Brennan, David (P1368)
 
246 Inflammation of the throat. Cassidy, Andrew (P208)
 
247 Informant father James Cameron Cameron, Edith Mary (P455)
 
248 Intra Cerebral Haemorrhage Graham, Elizabeth (P398)
 
249 Ischaemic Heart Disease Woods, Sarah "Sadie" (P28)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P1)
 

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