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Cassidys in northern Co. Meath 1826-1867

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Cassidys in northern Co. Meath 1826-1867

Posted: 17 Jul 2002 6:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 May 2003 7:32AM GMT
Surnames: Cassidy, Shalvoy, Clarke
Research done in Nobber and Loughbrackan civil parishes (Nobber and Drumconrath Catholic parishes) in very northern Co. Meath (looking for Shalvoy and Clarke families) turned up the following Cassidy families.Tithe report of 1826 of Nobber ParishI am unable to read the name of the townland on the copied page. All were listed in the same townland.Edward Cassidy (all were written with the old fashioned spelling Cafsidy)Patt (?) CassidyPeter CassidyThomas CassidyJames CassidyGriffiths Valuation 1856 for Loughbrackan ParishTownland of Summerhill UpperRichard Cassidy (landlord Henry Smith)Thomas Cassidy (landlord Richard Cassidy)Eliza Cassidy (landlord Henry Cassidy)Baptism from Nobber Catholic ParishApril 2 1838 Patrick Clarke parents: Laurence and Mary Clarke sponsors: Phillip Cassidy, Jane Clarke townland: illegibleMarriage Oct. 1839 Patrick Clark and Peggy Cassidy witnessses: John and Owen CassidyDrumconrath Catholic ParishFeb 15 1867 Patrick Smyth married Mary Shalvoy. His parents: John Smyth and Catherine Cassidy from Kingscourt Co. Cavan. Anne Cassidy from Summerhill Loughbrackan Parish, Co. Meath, was a witness. Nobber and Loughbrackan parishes are in the very northern section of Co. Meath.There seems to have been a connection among many families in this area with Kingscourt a few miles up the roadon the Cavan/Meath border.
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