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Census 1911 - Henderson-Farrell Family

The family still live in Downs, Delgany. Patrick and Elizabeth are both alive. Patrick lists his occupation as Farm Labourer and Elizabeth as House Keeper.
Only one Henderson is still living with them - Samuel Henderson who is 22. Christopher Farrell, now 21, is still resident - both list their occupation as Farm Labourer.
Aside from the boys the only children still in the house are Bridget, (12) Catherine (10) and Margaret (7) - the offspring of this marriage.
All of the children can read and write.

Oddly enough Pat and Elizabeth tell the census taker (neither can write) they are married 23 years and have born 5 children, 4 of which are still alive.

It is an odd figure - it would bring us back to 1888 (they married in 1897) and would fall between the birth of Ben and Sam Henderson.

The five children born, four children alive also doesn't fit. Clearly the family have nine children together. If they were referencing the children born from their marriage we have three girls. The dead child may be Ben Henderson who died aged 17.


Owner/SourceNational Archives of Ireland
PlaceDowns, Delgany, Ireland
Latitude53.1238699
Longitude-6.115635099999963
Linked toFamily: Farrell/McCallogh White (F15)

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