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Pat Moley and Alice short

Pat Moley and Alice short

Posted: 30 Jan 2013 10:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Trying to trace the marriage of these people.

Son John baptised in cullyhanna in 1847, may not be eldest.

Pat dead by 1864 as Alice in griffiths valuation for cregganduff.

Re: Pat Moley and Alice short

Posted: 9 Feb 2013 11:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 Feb 2013 2:01AM GMT
Cullyhanna is a townland in the Parish of Creggan.

It appears that Parish of Creggan is a Protestant Church of Ireland parish? they have no birth records listed and
but marriages from 1845-1921.

Griffith Valuation was 1864.

Alicia Moley, Parish of Creggan, Townland of Cregganduff,
Poor Law Union Castleblayney tenant of Reps. John J. Biggar
(Reps is a member of parliament)

#12A house, outbuildings and land 4.0.37 12B land 5.2.30

John Moley, same as above

#13 house, outbuildings and land 8.0.5 13B 3.0.25

Paul Moley, same

#39 house, outbuildings and land 9.3.5

James Moley, same

#30 house, outbuildings and land 11.1.35

Arthur Moley, same

#45 house, outbuildings and land 1 acres 2 roods 0 perches

There are also 5 properties in the names of Patrick Short, Francis Short and Anne Short (probably another widow)

I looked on the Church of Ireland marriages 1845-1862 and there are no Moley's so am assuming they are RC whose marriages were not registered till 1864 and you would only be able to find in Parish records and there don't seem to be any!

www.irelandxo.ie might be of help

www.igp-web.com + County
www.censusfinder.com United Kingdom+Ireland+Armagh

www.familysearch.org (1864-1950)

Alice Moley born 26 Sept 1873 to John Moley & Bridget Brannigan, Crossmaglen, Armagh

Annette Code

pg I looked on familysearch.org but instead went down the left side of the page to UK/Ireland clicked on that and then
on Ireland (7) there is no county or place

Alicia Moley married 17 March 1848 to John Roe

perhaps this is a remarriage as it would I think be unusual to have a sister of Pat Moley name Alicia!! it was a very
unusual name at that time
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