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the Murphy Family from 1901 and 1811 Dublin Census

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the Murphy Family from 1901 and 1811 Dublin Census

Posted: 3 Oct 2013 11:25AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: murphy
Found my Murphy Family first in the 1901 Census
Residents of a House in 172 Leeson Park Avenue ( Rathmines & Rathgar East Dublin
Kelly Mary Age 6 Female Grandchild Roman Catholic Born Dublin Scholar not Married
Gregg Maria Age 49 Female Head of Family Church of Ireland Born Co,Monaghan Widow
Murphy Anne Age 50 Female Servant Roman Catholic Born Co Wicklow Married
Murphy John Age 51 Male Stableman Roman Catholic Born Dublin Married
Murphy Michael Age 14 Male Son Roman Catholic Born Dublin Scolar not Married
Murphy Thomas Age 11 Male Son Roman Catholic Born Dublin Scolar not Married
Murphy Patrick Age 19 Male Son Roman Catholic Born Dublin Van Driver not Married
now in 1904 Maria Gregg Died Leaving Everthing to her Son William Burough Gregg
now the Story to all this Lines up with this Census,
Before 1870 the Reverand Church of Ireland William Kerr from Co Monaghan wanted a Women
Servant ,A young Lady Name of Anne Born 1851 Applied for the Work and got it.
Now the Reverand William Kerr had a Daughter Maria Elizabeth Kerr Born 1852
Now Maria Kerr Married another Reverand Church of Ireland William Burough Gregg from Co ,Kildare
They soon where off to Live in 29 Leeson Park Avenue Dublin
Taking there Servant Anne with them
In 1871 Maria and William Gregg had a Son Born to them Named him William Burough Gregg the
Same Name as the Father
Iin the same Year Anne Met John Murphy and Married Him,John Murphy was a Stableman to Trinity College.Dublin
In 1872 Peter Murphy was Born
In 1876 John Murphy was Born
In 1882 Patrick Murphy was Born
In 1887 Michael Murphy was Born
In 1890 Thomas Murphy was Born
they all Lived together in 29 Leeson Park Ave,The Family Believe there family was Bigger More Sons and a Daughter some Where,
In the Late 1890 William Gregg Died Leaving Maria Gregg a Widow
So when Maria Gregg Died in 1904 .Leaving the House and Money to her Only Son William Gregg
The Murphy Family had to find a New Home
Then we find the Murphy Family in the 1911 Dublin Census
Residents of a House in 1 Westmoreland Park ( Ratrhmines & Rathgar East Dublin
Anne Murphy Age 60 Head of Family, Widow So John Murphy had Died
With Her Children and Grand Children
Now it Seems the Murphys Family use to know the Massey Family, when they Owned the Butcher Shop,Beef and Lamb in Emmet Road,Inchecore, Dublin,And had a Funeral Parlor, ..
Now they are well known in Dublin,THE MASSEY FUNERAL DIRECTORS William Murphy who Now owns the Family Grave,Ask them do they keep any Records of Burials .They said they keep The Lot.So he ask could he have a Copy of the People Buried in the Family Grave.Which they Gave to him,Now thinking about this i wonder if they Buried John and Anne Murphy.Perhaps you Could ask for Us.
Well this is what we Have
Mount Jerome Cemetry
Grave Number A85 -613-22730
Thomas Murphy Born 1890 ,Died 13th Dec 1837 at Sir Patrick Dunns Hosp Attestant Mary Murphy Wife of 28 Monsterbolce Road Dublin
Peter Murphy Born 1872, Died 8th Jan 1943 at Dublin Union Hosp Attestant Michael Murphy Brother Living at 1 Westmoreland Park
Thomas Murphy,Born 1923,Died 1956, At St Kevins Hosp Attestant Mr P.F.Murphy 122 Keogh Sq Inchicore
Mary Murphy Born 1900 ,Died 1982, At St James Hosp ,Wife of Thomas Murphy Born 1890
Mary Murphy Born 1927, Died 1999,At St James Hosp ,Daughter of the Above
Patrick Murphy Born 1925, Died 2003, At St James Hosp
Christina Murphy Born 1929, Died 2008 ,At Glencarraig Nursing Home
Jane Rosaleen Brayne Murphy,Ashes Born 1931, Died 2011, At Bradford England
So one of John and Anne Murphy Children Michael Murphy was still living at 1 Westmoreland Park,Dublin in 1943( We believe he married a lady called Margaret
so hoping you can now add to all this information we have found.
John and Anne Murphy Death and Grave.Where did they get Married, What is Anne Murphy Maiden Name,Where were all there Children Baptized
please we are all holding our breadth here in Dublin and in Spain,i have tried and tried to find the parish.they all would have been baptized in ,then in a Bible of Thomas Murphy found Baptized in Leeson Street Parish,Street not Park Ave.Could this be right,
Who knows when we know this we might even be able to find the grand father and mother.ancestry we believe in you you can do it
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