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73 "Supposed drowning" Duffy, Margaret (P215)
74 (Illegitimate) Parents married on the 31st December 1908. Birth registered by mother Fanny Engles. Brannan, John (P1151)
75 1841 CENSUS
Holme Head, Caldwegate, Carlisle, Cumberland (St Mary District 7)
Hugh Brennan Age 30 Head Dyer Foreman Ireland
Hester Age 25 Wife Ireland
John Age 6 Son Carlisle,Cumberland
James Age 3 Son Carlisle, Cumberland
Lewis Age 3 Nephew Carlisle, Cumberland
Margaret Age 1 Daughter Carlisle, Cumberland
Mary Nichol Age 19 Sister-in-law Dressmaker Carlisle, Cumberland
David Age 45 Brother Mechanic Ireland
Hugh worked for Ferguson Brothers spinners, bleachers, weavers, finishers and printers who had moved to Holme Head in 1828. Robert Ferguson tried in vain to save the life of Hugh and Hester's daughter Margaret Brennan who tragically burned to death in an accident at her home in Holme Head. He later became Mayor of Carlisle.
At the time of the 1841 census there were almost 2000 looms engaged in weaving. Many of the looms were in peoples homes with whole families working the looms in turn. The woven cloth was delivered on Saturdays to Dixons Warehouse in Peter Street. The average weekly earnings were 3s 7d after deductions of loom rent, the cost of coal and candles.
One witness of the time said of weavers "they are in a state of terrible misery".
Fergusons factory remained in operation till 1991 when it was finally closed with the loss of 200 textile jobs. 
Brennan, Hugh (P902)
76 1841 Scotland Census, Edinburgh, Scotland: General Register Office for Scotland
Source (S-2128415736)
77 1870
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78 1891 CENSUS
Civil Parish of Camlachie, Quoad Sacra Parish of Bluevale (644-2 60,81 & 83)
42 East Miller Street
HEAD:John Kelly Married Aged 32 Steelworker Born Ireland
WIFE:Annie Kelly Married Aged 30 Born Lanark
SON:James U. Marr Aged 11 mths Born Lanark
SON:Patrick U. Marr Aged 6 Born Lanark
Civil Parish of Barony, Bluevale
42 East Miller Street
HEAD:John Kelly Married Aged 42 Steelworker Born Ireland
WIFE:Annie Kelly Married Aged 40 Born Lanark
SON:Patrick U. Marr Aged 15 Labourer Born Lanark
SON:James U. Marr Aged 10 Scholar Born Lanark
SON:John U. Marr Aged 4 Born Lanark
DAUG:Margaret U. Marr Aged 11 mths Born Lanark
They also had a boarder living with them. Dan Bragy was from Ireland aged 25 and a widower. He gave his occupation as Paint Grinder. 
Kelly, John (P145)
79 1901 Census
Ambrose Mulholland
House details:2 CAVENDISH ST
Age :50
Number in House :11
Relation to HoH :Head of family
Gender :M
Marital Status :Married
Religious Denomination :Roman Catholic
Occupation :Iron turner
Literacy :R+W
Place of Birth :Co Derry
Spoken Languagues :
Kate Mulholland WifeRC read & write 40 Co Monaghan
Minnie daug RCread & write 16 Scholar Co Antrim
David son RCread & write15 Apprentice clerk Co Antrim
Ambrose son RC read & write 13 Scholar Co Antrim
Thomas son RC read & write 11 Scholar Co Antrim
Joseph son RC read & write 9 Scholar Co Antrim
Katedaug RC read & write 7 Scholar Co Antrim
Imelda daug RC read & write 6 Scholar Co Antrim
Mabel daug RC3Co Antrim
The family also had Catherine's mother living with them she is only recorded as Mrs McAleavey Mother-in-Law RC read & write aged 70 widow from Co Monaghan.
Ambrose must have been quite well off because he was employing a domestic servant Maria Summers aged 17 from Co Antrim (she could also read and write) 
Mulholland, Ambrose (P619)
80 1901 Census, England
Name: Harriet Day
Age: 16
Estimated birth year: abt 1885
Relation: Daughter
Father's name: William
Father's Occupation: Grocer and sub postmaster
Mother's name: Harriet
Mother's Occupation: Shop assistant
Gender: Female
Where born: Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Occupation: Post Office Clerk

Civil parish: St Nicholas
Ecclesiastical parish: St Nicholas
Town: Ipswich
County/Island: Suffolk
Country: England
Three brothers, William, Arthur and Edward who at the time of the 1901 census was aged 18
and still living at home with his parents. He gave his occupation as teacher. 
Day, Harriet (P740)
81 1901 cenus
Patrick Mulholland
Personal Details
Age :60
Number in House :1
Relation to HoH :Head of family
Gender :M
Marital Status :Married
Religious Denomination :Roman Catholic
Occupation :Retired Grocer
Literacy :R+W
Place of Birth :Co Derry
Spoken Languagues : 
Mulholland, Patrick (P887)
82 2 months old Hickey, John (P470)
83 2/05/1884


Husband: John Waugh
Address: Westland Street

Wife: Ellen Marron
Address: Carnmoney Street

Husband's Occupation: OFFICE CLERK
Age: 26
Status: Bachelor (Previously unmarried)

Age: 23
Status: Spinster (Previously unmarried)

Husband's Father: John Waugh
Occupation: Weaver

Wife's Father: James Marron
Occupation: Boilermaker

Witness 1
Name: Robert Dunn

Witness 2
Name: Anne Willman

Church: ST ANNE'S Church of Ireland
Marron, Ellen (P757)
84 Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013. Source (S100826396)
85 A beamer, in textile industry, was someone who wound the warp threads onto a roller before putting it on to the loom  Cassidy, Margaret (P219)
86 Accidental death by burning Brennan, Margaret (P1225)
87 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P10)
88 Acute Heart Failure, Myocardial Ischaemia. Mackey, Martin (P48)
89 Acute Meningitis Powell, Julia Hickey (P334)
90 Acute nephritis 14 days Cassidy, Annie (P140)
91 Ancestry Ireland
Source (S-2128415756)
92 Andrew was baptized on the 5th Augst 1856 by Father Richard Dunphy his godmother was Jane Kelly.
Baby Andrew only lived for six months and for three of those he had been with inflammation of the throat. 
Cassidy, Andrew (P208)
93 Ann Kelly nee Cassidy was my paternal grandfathers eldest sister. At the time of her marriage to John Kelly she was working as a power loom weaver in a cotton factory. He was an Iron forge labourer. They had four children together. After my grandparents death my dad went to live with his cousin Jimmy Kelly who he called uncle Jimmy. Cassidy, Annie (P140)
94 Aortic Stenosis and incompetence, dilatation of heart. Informant Rose McFarlane nee Finnigan cousin Lynch, Henry (P1397)
95 Application for relief no B55522
Time and date of application: 11am 20th March 1869

Helen Smith Lynch

11 Muse Lane Front landing 3 up left

Place of birth: County Armagh, Ireland

Hour and date of inspection: 3:30 22nd March 1869

Condition: Husband in prison

Age: 27

Occupation: Mill worker

Religion: RC

Disability: Debility

Dependents: Elizabeth aged 7 weeks born in Muse Lane

Husband Michael Lynch aged 33 born in County Armagh Ireland a labourer was sentenced to 5 months imprisonment for theft 3 months ago. He is in Paisley prison.

Son of Michael Lynch a labourer in Co Armagh and of Elizabeth Finnigan dead.

Her parents John Smith a Hawker on roll of this parish lives at 11 Hatters Close and of Helen Reynolds dead.

First applicatin

Settlement: Glasgow

House by indoor inspector did not come in.

Re 21,101 12 20/3/? Widow of Michael Lynch Helen Smith 763 Duke Street applies for medicine visit for out door relief . Husband Michael Lynch died 17 years ago family Henry 37 single labourer whereabouts unknown.

Was employed by Halstead Duke Street C 10/= Suffers from Skart? Disease and is ? for Hospital Gets 2/= per week from St Vicnent De Paul .

5/11/11 Off Roll Old age pension

15/7/13 re 98223 Widow of Michael Lynch Helen Smith 763 Duke St admitted to Stobhill Hospital senility cough dropsy

Admitted to Duke St Hospital 19/7/13 died 20/7/13

Smyth, Ellen (P1398)
96 Application for Relief: 11:10 19th January 1881

No 45278
81 East Nelson Street front low end

Place of birth County Armagh

Inperctors visit: 3pm 20th Janauary 1881

Condition: single
Age 40 years

Occupation : Hawker

Religion: RC

Disability: Bronchial Catarrh

Dr Smellie

DaUghter of Robert Finnigan a farmer and Elizabeth Murray both dead

First application

Settlement Glasgow if proved

Remarks: Has been off work for 3 months has no friends rent 6/- a month I apartment clean but bare.

In 81 Nelson Street for 1 year
Prior The Glen Duke Street Mrs Andersons 6 months
Duke Street off Pettigrew St Eliz Williamson 6 months
Mile End with Ann Hood 1 year
The Glen Duke Street with Ann Hood 1 year
Duke Street with Eliz Williamson 1 year
Duke Street with Eliz Williamson for 1 year
116 Havannah with Mrs Murray (now dead) 6 years and 9 months
116 Havannah with Helen Smith 10 years
High Street with McMahon 6 months
Saltmarket with Charles Mooney 1 year

27th Jan 1881 Home refused to come in.

In Scotland for at least 23 years 
Finnigan, Ann (P482)
97 Asthma, Emphysema, Dysnoea, Cardiac Failure McFarlane, John Fergusson (P416)
98 At the time of the 1841 census an Isabella Mooney was living at Dalmarnock Road with the Groves Family. John lived with his mother Agnes and brothers Hugh and Charles. Groves, John (P1176)
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P34)
21 MAY 1890
Baptized by Father W Bourke
Sponsers Maria Meaney and Edward Foley
The late Mrs Anne Kelly of Tower Hill, Borrisokane County Tipperary was one of the oldest residents of the town. Daughter of the late James and Mary Loftus, The Square Borrisokane she was the last surviving member of that family and her passing seevers the link with the district of one of its oldest and most respectable families.
Born towards the end of the last century Mrs Kelly loved to recount the early period of her childhood some of which she spent with her family in White Abbey near Belfast of which she had vivid memories especially of the troubles and conflict there. She returned to her native Borrisokane with her parents and family while in her early teens.
She had up to a short time before her death an excellent memory. She could recall the death of Queen Victoria, the reigh of Edward VII and other happenings of historical interest. She remebered being taken to see a notorious slave ship complete with chains which was on view early in the twentieth century in Belfast, also she recalled being taken by her brothers to see "Buffalo Bill" when he toured with his circus in the Northern Capital. Fresh in her memory wa the first World War in which three of her brothers fought. The youngest Joseph being killed in action in Ypres Belgium. Her brother Martin died several years after the war from teh effect of gas poisoning and the third brother William received a medal for bravery in the field.
She could vividly describe the Easter Week Rebellion and the terrors of the civil war when she was a young mother with four young children. Listening to her was like entering another world another era.
Her family had a long connection with Borrisokane. Her father James Loftus owned a small wood turning factory there, he was also a skilled woodcarver, and some of his work and his lathe are now in the National Museum Kildare Street. His mother was a Miss Reid also from the district.
Mrs Kellys maternal grandmother was a kinswoman of "Eva of the Nation" and she recalled being taken as a chid to see Mrs O'Doherty by her mother when Mrs O'Doherty returned to Ireland from Queensland Australia.
(An extract from an obituary by her daughter Eileen Hyndland nee Kelly) [CASSID~2.FTW] 
Loftus, Anne (P15)

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