Did not find Rochfortebridge in place names for Griffith
Valuations but a Rochforteridge (this could be wrong?)
Rochforteridge was a Village in the Parish of Castlelost, and also a townland in same, the Poor Law Union was Mullingar.
Also Rochfort Demesne Townland was in the Parish of Moylisker, also PLU Mulligar. The PLU boundaries also used for the civil registration districts 1864+.
There were 7 Hagerty's in Westmeath in 1854 but no Andrew.
Most marriages took place in the bride's parish.
There are 8 Caddles, and a Thomas Caddle in the Parish of Castlelot, TL Drumman,Poor Law Union Mullingar,
the landlord is Rochfort, however, the property was in Chancery/Court Rochfort vs. Brown
12Aa house, outbuilding and land 45 acres 0 roods 15 perches
12B land 4.3.0
Also #9a is a Judith Caddle house outbuilding and land 5.3.10
Thomas Cadddle, Parish of Castlelost, Townland Gneevebane
PLU Mullingar, tenant of Earl of Longford
Thomas Wallace 3 in Parish Kilcleagh, PLU Athlone
James & Christopher Wallace, Parish of Mullingar, Townland Mullingar, PLU Mullingar
You can see these at www.askaboutireland.ie
If the families are Church of Ireland as the name Wallace suggests I have marriages 1845-1862 on CD but not for letter W (of course-its worn out). These came from the Latter Day Saints collection which is no longer available. Records from 1864+ you can find baptisms, marriages, deaths onwww.familysearch.org
Since there are not a lot of any of the families very likely related.
There are 4 Caddle/Cadle in the telephone book but all Dublin. At least 4 Wallace from the Mullingar area, only 1 Hagerty/Haggerty but in Dublin.
You might be able to look up the Rochfort underwww.landedestates.iewww.irelandxo.iewww.censusfinder.com
Tithe Applotments 1820-1839.
Andrew Caddle, Parish Castlelost, TL Gnewbaun x 2
Andrew Caddle, Parish Castlelost, TL Piercetown
Andrew Caddle, Parish Clonfadforan, TL Newcastle
George Caddle, Parish Castlelost, TL Gnewbaun x2
Walter Caddle, Parish Castlelost,TL Piercetown
Walter Caddle, Parish Clonfadforan,TL Newcastle
Michael Caddle, Parish Lynn, TL Catherinestown
24 Wallace, 4 Hagerty's.
There would be the same sort of detail on the original Tithe Records that you see in the Griffith Valuation. These are
available for personal research in Dublin.www.census.nationalarchives.ie
There is an Irish History Foundation that has baptism and marriage records:
RC Rochfortbridge b.from 1822-1900 m.1817-1900
This is a not for profit Foundation but does charge fee's.
Not much help but you could try writing to the Wallace's while you wait for someone to contact you via the message board, make sure you keep your email address up to date so if someone tries to contact you ancestry has a good email
address to alert you.