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 Court Appearance - William Henderson
Court Appearance - William Henderson

William Henderson of Knockbawn, That you were found drunk on the public street of Enniskerry on the 5th of November 1871.

Defendant ordered to pay 2/6 fine or suffer twenty-four hours imprisonment in Wicklow Gaol without hard labour. And one shilling costs. 

 
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1861 England Census - Ellen Lees
1861 England Census - Ellen Lees

Ellen is 13 and staying in Alverstoke, Hampshire with her Uncle Hon. George Hastings, her parents and brother.
It is interesting as she is actually staying in "Her Majesty's Royal Naval Hospital". The site in Gosport opened as a Naval Hospital in 1754 and was the last Ministery of Defence Hospital to move to the NHS.
The site is now Grade II listed historic park and is currently in redevelopment. In the 18th century the hospital, along with the main block, contained residences for senior staff, an asylum, administration blocks, a chapel and burial ground. The grounds were surrounded by high brick walls and railings designed to stop patients from going absent without leave.

Brown, Paul (2016). Maritime Portsmouth. Stroud, Gloucestershire: The History Press. ISBN 9780750965132. 

 
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1861 England Census for Ellen Lees - Cover
1861 England Census for Ellen Lees - Cover

"Her Majesty's Royal Naval Hospital at Haslar, including therein the Lunatic Asylum attached thereto, the Hospital being designed for both Sane and Insane Patients" 

 
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1881 England Census - Bateman-Lees Family in Northamptonshire
1881 England Census - Bateman-Lees Family in Northamptonshire

Grace, Thomas and the family have moved to England. Grace is an only child so the family are living with her elderly father Joshua Wigley Batemen. The census lists Mabel and Edmund but there is no mention of either Thomas Sr or Jr.

The family have four servants living with them - a housemaid, a cook, a parlour maid and a nurse. 

 
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1891 England Census
1891 England Census
The Poupart Family are living on Marsh Farm. William & Sarah have seven children under the age of 18. One servant lives with the family. The eldest son, William 16, lists his occupation as Market Gardeners Asst.  
 
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1891 England Census
1891 England Census
George is garrisoned in the Royal Citadel, Plymouth. He is 22, his occupation is given as Lieutenant Royal Engineers. It notes he was born in India and is a British Subject. 
 
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1891 England Census
1891 England Census
Eliza Augusta Waller is 15 and her sister Olive Rowena Waller, 14, are both at boarding school in Cheshire, England. 
 
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1891 England Census - Bateman-Lees Family in Northamptonshire
1891 England Census - Bateman-Lees Family in Northamptonshire

The family are still living with Grace Bateman's father - Joshua W Bateman (a retired secretary to the Duchy of Cornwall). With Grace is Mabel (16), Edmund (15) and Thomas (13) who is recorded as as 'Orde'. There is no record of Thomas Sr.

The family also have three servants living in the house - a house keeper, a house maid and a cook. 

 
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1891 England Census - Lees & Scovell Bigge Household
1891 England Census - Lees & Scovell Bigge Household

Thomas (53) and Ellen (42) are living in St Alban's. The eldest boys are gone but Harry, who is 16, is still at home. They have three servants living in the house.
The census also notes (not pictured) 'Lye House Stables' with two additional staff - a Coachman/Domestic Servant and one other person - it might read Farmer....however this person also lists themselves as an employer.  

 
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1891 Wales Census
1891 Wales Census
The Best-Gardner's live in Eaglesbush, a Colliery, in Neath, Glamorgan.
Clement Sankey Best Gardner lists his profession as Tin Plate Manufacturer. He and his wife Annie have two children - five year old Charles Clement Best Gardner and four year old Kate Dallaway Best Gardner. 
 
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1892 - London, England to Colombo, Sri Lanka
1892 - London, England to Colombo, Sri Lanka
1 Jul 1892 - Lieutenant G.O.Bigge leaves England for his first official trip abroad as a member of the Royal Engineers.

Ship Name: Orotava 
 
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1901 Census - Dooley and Vines Family in Leamore Upper
1901 Census - Dooley and Vines Family in Leamore Upper
 
 
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1901 Census - Enumerator's Abstract
1901 Census - Enumerator's Abstract

A useful document where the person taking the census provides a summary of individuals in the area. Unfortunately for Kilpedder East the final page is missing. 

 
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1901 Census - Form B. 1.
1901 Census - Form B. 1.

From Form A we know the enumerator listed the Vines home as 'House 16'. Form B.1. provides information about the type and condition of the house.

We can tell the house was made of 'stone, brick or concrete' and the roof is 'slate, iron or tiles'. The front of the house has two windows and two rooms. There are no outbuildings or stores on the property. The house is recorded as 2nd class.  

 
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1901 Census - Form B. 1.
1901 Census - Form B. 1.
 
 
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1901 Census - Form B. 2.
1901 Census - Form B. 2.

We know there are no outbuildings on the Vines property. 

 
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1901 Census - Form B.1 | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
1901 Census - Form B.1 | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
 
 
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1901 Census - Form B.2 | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
1901 Census - Form B.2 | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
 
 
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1901 Census - Form N  | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
1901 Census - Form N | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
 
 
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1901 Census - Henderson-Farrell Family
1901 Census - Henderson-Farrell Family

The families have joined together and are living in the Downs, Delgany.

Pat Farrell has one child from his first marriage - Christopher.

Elizabeth Farrell (M'Callum/White) has five children from her marriage to Benjamin Henderson:
Benjamin Henderson (15), Samuel Henderson (12), Mary Henderson (10), Eliza Henderson (8), Peter Henderson (6).

Together Pat and Elizabeth have two daughters: Bridget Farrell (2) and Catherine Farrell who is one month old.

Neither parent can read or write and Pat Farrell signs the census with an x 

 
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1901 Census - House & Building Return (Form B)
1901 Census - House & Building Return (Form B)

Form B for the house the Henderson-Farrell family were living in.

The house has a thatch roof and two front windows. It has two rooms (total) to shelter a family of 10. In the census it is ranked 3rd class. Form B2 (not pictured) tells us the family have a hen house.

At that stage the house (and that of Mary Farrell next door) were both rented from Richard Graydon a 77 year old farmer born and raised on Tooman Road. 

 
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1901 Census - Page 1
1901 Census - Page 1

House contains:
Michael Devine the Head of Family. Aged 26 his occupation is listed as Coachman.
Eliza Devine, sister. Aged 25 she has no occupation listed.
Patrick (Alec) Devine, brother. Aged 20 his occupation is listed as Agricultural Labourer.

All are Roman Catholic.

The family claim to be literate but Michael, the eldest, signs the census with an X. 

 
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1901 Census - Vines Siblings in Kilpedder Village
1901 Census - Vines Siblings in Kilpedder Village
 
 
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1901 Census |  Rathdrum Workhouse
1901 Census | Rathdrum Workhouse

Andrew O'Brien as recorded in the census returns taken in Rathdrum Workhouse

 
 
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1901 Census | Doyle Family in Huntington, Co. Carlow
1901 Census | Doyle Family in Huntington, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription of the original census form for Ellen Doyle residing with her grandmother in Huntington. 

 
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1901 Census | Doyle-Neill Family in Ballyredmond, Co. Carlow
1901 Census | Doyle-Neill Family in Ballyredmond, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription for the Doyle-Neill family in their main Balllyredmond residence. 

 
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1901 Census | Ivers-O'Brien Family in Pleasant Place, Ranelagh
1901 Census | Ivers-O'Brien Family in Pleasant Place, Ranelagh
 
 
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1901 Census | Ivers-O'Brien Family in Pleasant Place, Ranelagh
1901 Census | Ivers-O'Brien Family in Pleasant Place, Ranelagh
 
 
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1901 Census | Margaret Neill in Ballon, Co. Carlow
1901 Census | Margaret Neill in Ballon, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription of the original census form for Margaret Neill residing with her uncle, Matthew Neill, in Ballon. 

 
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1901 Census | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
1901 Census | O'Brien-Redmond Family in Coolnakilly
 
 
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1901 Census | Redmond-Redmond Family in Kilcandra, Co. Wicklow
1901 Census | Redmond-Redmond Family in Kilcandra, Co. Wicklow

Image and transcription for the Redmond family. 

 
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1901 England Census
1901 England Census
Donald is 19. He lives with his parents William Poupart and Sarah Seex in Marsh Farm. His occupation is listed as Market Gardener Asst (ditto Alfred & Charles).

Some of his brothers and sisters are living at home - William (26), Sarah (28), Charles (23), Alfred (22) and Ernest (17).

Two servants are also resident - Lily Perry and Rebecca Hollis. 
 
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1901 England Census
1901 England Census
Violet is a boarder in Fernbank School, Hendon Lane. 
 
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1901 England Census - Lees & Scovell-Bigge Household
1901 England Census - Lees & Scovell-Bigge Household

Thomas and Ellen are in a boarding house in 55 Margret Street, Fitzrovia in Central London. 

 
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1901 Ireland Census
1901 Ireland Census
House contains Anna Selina Waller (30) and her three children Mary (7), Hardress (3) and 9 month old Eric. All three children were born in County Tipperary.

The house also contains four staff - a nurse, a nursemaid, a cook and, a housemaid.

William Arthur De Warrenne Waller is not present at the time of the census.

 
 
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1901 Ireland Census - James Staunton and Margaret Tierney
1901 Ireland Census - James Staunton and Margaret Tierney

James (34) and Margaret (28) are married for 10 years and live in James home of Snugborough. They have one child - Thomas who is 1 year old. James's mother Honor Staunton lives with them - now a 65-year-old widow.

They also have a 4-year-old boy living with them - he is listed as James Tiernan (presumably Tierney) a nephew.

James was born to John Tierney and Bridget Staunton - John was Margaret's brother, I can't yet confirm if Bridget is related to the Staunton family. Bridget dies as a result of childbirth in May 1900. 

 
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1901 Ireland Census - Maria Tierney & Francis Bourke
1901 Ireland Census - Maria Tierney & Francis Bourke

Francis died six years ago and the family remains in Tullycommons. All seven children are living at home with Maria (45): Mary Ann (16); John (14); Edward (12); Pat (10); Maggie (9); James (7) and Francis (6).

The house is stone with a thatch roof and two windows in the front of the house. Inside there are two distinct rooms - a kitchen and bedroom. Outside the family have a cow shed. 

 
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1901 Irish Census - Henderson-Dunne Family
1901 Irish Census - Henderson-Dunne Family

In 1901 Mary is a widow. She is living with two sons - Edward, 16, who is working as a general labourer and Samuel, 13, who is still at school. Both boys can read and write.

The house is one single room with two windows in the front. The enumerator lists it has 3rd class. Form B2 tells us the house has a barn, a hen house and a stable.

They are living in Drummin East, a large, relatively uninhabited, townland between Priestsnewtown and Downs. 

 
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1901 Irish Census - Prior Park
1901 Irish Census - Prior Park

In 1901 Eliza Augusta and Ada Maud have taken residence in Prior Park, Tipperary. They live with their Aunt Jane Selina Waller. All three are spinsters. In five years Eliza will be married to George and leaving for South Africa.

The census is signed by, but not filled in with his information, a Joceyln Waller. At a later point somebody added Wm (William) to his name. I'm not yet sure exactly which 'Joceyln Waller' this is.
 

 
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1901 Irish Census - Vines-O'Rourke Household
1901 Irish Census - Vines-O'Rourke Household

House contains: William Vines (Head of Family) 36 and an Agricultural Labourer. His wife Elizabeth is 27 and does not have an occupation listed. They have three children - William 2, and 9 month old twins John and Jane. They house also has a nurse child Annie Keelar, 14. It notes that she was born in Co Meath.
All the adults can read and write.  

 
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1901 Irish Census Returns for Spring Farm
1901 Irish Census Returns for Spring Farm

The building return (form B1) for Kilquade shows William Vines and family to be living on Spring Farm estate.

Spring Farm was owned (and he resided in House 1) by William Joseph Corbett a prominent MP and friend of Charles Stewart Parnell (who also stayed at Spring Farm).

On 1 Dec 1909 Corbett died. His probate went through in January 1909 and everything went to a Thomas M. Corbett, Medical Doctor, Dublin. Spring Farm is sold to a Richard Hudson. In the 1911 census 7 of the 16 houses on the estate are uninhabited. The only family to remain since 1901 is the Price family- although they appear to have moved from House 3 to House 4 - William Vines old home.

This offers a time line (and reason) as to the move to Glendarragh. 

 
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1908 - Durban South Africa to Plymouth England
1908 - Durban South Africa to Plymouth England
29 Jul 1908 - George, Eliza and their new baby 'Miss P' arrive back in England.

Ship Name: Durham Castle
Shipping line: Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company Ltd 
 
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1910 - Cape Town, South Africa to Southampton England
1910 - Cape Town, South Africa to Southampton England
19 Oct 1910 - George, Eliza and a toddler Peggy are returning from George's R.E. work in South Africa.

Ship Name: German
Shipping line: Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company Ltd 
 
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1911 Census
1911 Census
Two months after the death of their mother the census records Hardress and Edmund as boarders in Mourne Grange Boarding School, Kilkeel, Co. Antrim. 
 
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1911 Census
1911 Census
Mary Dorothea Waller is now 20 and living with family in Antrim.

John Joshua Rowan is her grandmother Mary Dorothea Stuart Rowan's younger brother. Ellen Augusta (Vaughan) is his second wife.

John lists Mary as his 'adopted daughter' and her (and their) religion is given as Episcopalian and not CoI. 
 
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1911 Census - Dooley Home in Leamore Upper
1911 Census - Dooley Home in Leamore Upper
 
 
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1911 Census - House & Building Return (Form B)
1911 Census - House & Building Return (Form B)

The Henderson-Farrells have moved house - not far, they are still living beside Mary Farrell's house (although Mary is now dead her Grandson James is living there alone).
This house has three rooms, the walls (inside and out) are perishable - wood or mud - and the roof is thatch. In later years (much later) this would be 'upgraded' to sheets of galvanising. The house still has two windows in the front and the census enumerator lists the property as 3rd class.
Outside the henhouse has gone and the family have a shed. 

 
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1911 Census - Vines Siblings in Kilpedder Village
1911 Census - Vines Siblings in Kilpedder Village
 
 
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1911 Census | Doyle family in Huntington, Co. Carlow
1911 Census | Doyle family in Huntington, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription of the original census form for Ellen Doyle residing with her granddaughter in Huntington.


 
 
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1911 Census | Doyle-Neill Family in Ballyredmond, Co. Carlow
1911 Census | Doyle-Neill Family in Ballyredmond, Co. Carlow

Image and transcription for the blended Doyle-Neill family in Ballyredmond

NB: The format of the census changes, now married women should state the number of years married and the number of children born (and still alive) to the present marriage.  

 

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