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451 Sponsors at baptism John Larkin and Mary Loftus Loftus, Bridget (P435)
 
452 Sponsors at baptism. Patrick Keating and Maria Tracy Cunningham, William (P446)
 
453 Sponsors Hugh Rogan and Rose Maguire McMullan, Teresa (P419)
 
454 Sponsors John Loftus and Honor Egan Loftus, Thomas Patrick (P24)
 
455 Sponsors John Maguire and wife of John Flannigan McMullan, John (P421)
 
456 Sponsors John Nelson and Margaret McGraffan Rice, Charles (P258)
 
457 Sponsors Maguire and Margaret Rice Rice, Mary (P261)
 
458 Sponsors were Edward Rice and Margaret Crawford Rice, Mary (P228)
 
459 Sponsors were Philip Magorian and Mary Grieve. Rice, Patrick (P242)
 
460 ST PAUL'S
Date Of Birth 19/09/1895
Date of Baptism 20/09/1895
First name MARY
Surname BRENNAN
Sex Female
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname JAMES
Fathers Surname BRENNAN
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname MARGARET
Mother Surname COLLINS
Witness1 Firstname THOMAS
Witness1 Surname COLLINS
Witness2 Firstname ALICE
Witness2 Surname GOWE
Street 9 CAVENDISH STREET
Townland Belfast
Town Belfast
County CO Antrim
Misc
REV H OBOYLE MARRIED IN ST KEVIN'S UNIVERSITY CHURCH DUBLIN TO GEARALD OSULLIVAN ON THE 7/11/1942.  
Brennan, Mary (P1212)
 
461 ST PAUL'S
Date Of Birth 21/08/1893
Date of Baptism 22/08/1893
First name MARGARET
Surname BRENNAN
Sex Female
Denomination Roman Catholic
Fathers Firstname JAMES
Fathers Surname BRENNAN
Fathers Occupation
Mother Firstname MARGARET
Mother Surname COLLINS
Witness1 Firstname FRANCIS
Witness1 Surname HOY
Witness2 Firstname KATHLEEN
Witness2 Surname BRENNAN
Street 4 DUNLEWEY STREET
Townland Belfast
Town Belfast
County CO Antrim
Misc
REV F LAVERTY.  
Brennan, Margaret (P1211)
 
462 State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics. Source (S-1089018338)
 
463 State of Florida, Florida Death Index, 1877-1998, Florida: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, 1998
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Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415741)
 
464 Strangulated Hernia Kelly, John (P145)
 
465 Suicide Morton, George (P179)
 
466 Suicide Cheetham, James Robert (P605)
 
467 Susan was baptized by Father Andrew Black and her godmother was Elizabeth Swan. Mooney, Susan (P1181)
 
468 Syncope, Carcinoma of the stomach Cassidy, Rose (P64)
 
469 Teething Cassidy, William (P217)
 
470 The sponsors at Patrick's baptism were John Loftus and Honora Egan.
Patrick was also known as Thomas. In 1856 the only Loftus living around the Tynagh area of Galway was a Thomas Loftus living in the townland of Knockaundarragh in the parish of Ballynakill , Barony of Leitrim, Poor Law Union of Loughrea, County Galway very close to the border with Tipperary.  
Loftus, Thomas Patrick (P24)
 
471 There are two dates for Peter's birth, but it is likely his birth was not registered immediately. The civil registration of his birth took place in August in Banagher, County Offaly and the informant was his mother Mary Mackey nee Rourke. Mackey, Peter (P50)
 
472 This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Source (S-2129124578)
 
473 This lady was also known as Bessie or Elizabeth Lynch, Finnigan and Purcell Murray (Finnigan), Elizabeth (P73)
 
474 Thomas Smith claimed poor relief just before his death in 1899. Residence 7 Trafalgar Street, Low right. Born Brown Strret, Barony, Glasgow. Occupation Tube Worker disabled by old injury to hip. Army pensioner.
On the application Roseann gave place of birth Belfast, Ireland. She was disabled by varicose veins. 
Smith, Thomas (P252)
 
475 Thomas was baptized in St Marys by Father Daniel Gallagher sponsors were James McBreaty and Maria Reillly.
There is no other record of Thomas Cassidy living with his parents after 1860, he is not mentioned in the 1861 census and as yet I have been unable to find any other record for him. he would have been 16 years old at the time of the 1861 census so he may have left home or he may have died. 
Cassidy, Thomas (P205)
 
476 Timothy's godparents were Joseph Egan and Anna Rourke. Rourke, Timothy (P281)
 
477 Tubercular Meningitis Kelly, Margaret (P146)
 
478 Tubercular Meningitis 14 days Loftus, Annie (P100)
 
479 Tuberculosis McMullan, Catherine (P243)
 
480 Tuberculosis Gray, David (P251)
 
481 Tuberculosis of Larynx Coady, Sarah (P325)
 
482 Tuberculosis. Duration of illness 3 months Finnigan, Julia (P77)
 
483 Tuberculosis. Informant was his brother James. Cassidy, Francis Paul (P232)
 
484 Tumour of Ventriculi causing obstruction of the bowels. Informant: Harry Royle son-in-law present at death. Hickey, Mary Ann (P465)
 
485 Type Civil Marriages
Date Of Marriage 15/04/1864
Husband Firstname JOHN
Husband Surname TRAINOR
Husband Townland / Street SHANKHILL RD
Husband Occupation PRINTER
Husband Age 25
Husband Denomination Methodist
Husband Marital Status Bachelor (Previously unmarried)
Husband Father Firstname PETER
Husband Father Surname TRAINOR
Husband Father Occupation FARMER
Husband Mother Firstname
Husband Mother Surname
Husband Witness Firstname JAMES
Husband Witness Surname MEGARITY
Wife Firstname ELIZABETH
Wife Surname MULHOLLAND
Wife Townland / Street 1 NORFOLK ST
Wife Occupation NONE
Wife Age 25
Wife Denomination Methodist
Wife Marital Status Spinster (Previously unmarried)
Wife Father Firstname MICHAEL
Wife Father Surname MULHOLLAND
Wife Father Occupation YARN MERCHANT
Wife Mother Firstname
Wife Mother Surname
Wife Witness Firstname MARY
Wife Witness Surname MULHOLLAND
Denomination
Comment BY LICENCE REV P CLARKE.
Street BELFAST Roman Catholic
Town BELFAST
Area SHANKILL KNOCKBREDA HOLYWOOD
County CO ANTRIM  
Mulholland, Michael (P655)
 
486 Typhus Fever Brennan, Hugh (P902)
 
487 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415727)
 
488 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415731)
 
489 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census of the United States, 1880, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1880
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415752)
 
490 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415751)
 
491 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415753)
 
492 United States, Selective Service System, Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration, National Archives and Records Administration Branch locations: National Archives and Records Administration Region Branches
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415754)
 
493 United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration
www.ancestry.com
Ancestry.com 
Source (S-2128415755)
 
494 Very odd character, his first wife was a ballerina he met in South Africa called Delicia...yes really, she was apparently quite nice, got the boat over after the war and him being the upright swine that he was met her in his sailors overalls, took out his false front teeth (probably lost them originally in a brawl) and scared her away so she literally got the next ship home, poor girl. Anyway Alan was a card carrying cad, never had children, far too selfish, made plenty of money though swine usually do. Beard, Alan Derickson (P810)
 
495 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P348)
 
496 Walter was a widower when he married Margaret. He already had two children to his first wife Elizabeth. In 1883 Walter and Margaret emigrated to Boston, Mass, USA Graham, Walter (P1240)
 
497 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P614)
 
498 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P614)
 
499 Went to Dublin where he got a job as a messenger and died in a traffic accident at a young age. [CASSID~2.FTW]
Went to Dublin where he got a job as a messenger and died in a traffic accident at a young age. [CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
Went to Dublin where he got a job as a messenger and died in a traffic accident at a young age.  
Loftus, Martin (P92)
 
500 Went to London during war years, then Boston for almost fifty years, where she worked in Saratoga Hospital. She never married and retired to Nenagh where she died in 1991. She is buried in the family plot in Borrisokane. [CASSID~2.FTW]
Went to London during war years, then Boston for almost fifty years, where she worked in Saratoga Hospital. She never married and retired to Nenagh where she died in 1991. She is buried in the family plot in Borrisokane. [CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
Went to London during war years, then Boston for almost fifty years, where she worked in Saratoga Hospital. She never married and retired to Nenagh where she died in 1991. She is buried in the family plot in Borrisokane.  
Loftus, Anne Marie (P93)
 

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