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Dwyer/Cooney

Posted: 14 Oct 2012 10:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
Patrick Dwyer born about 1832/35 to (Father) ? Dwyer and (Mother) ? Cooney. This Cooney lady was from Bleenaleen near ~Grangemockler,Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary. Patrick's name appears in the 1901 census at his son's residence and it states that he was born in Co. Tipperary. The eldest son of this Patrick was named Laurence, perhaps after his grandfather. Any information please.

Re: Dwyer/Cooney

Posted: 6 Nov 2012 6:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
You probably have Griffith Valuation as you have information on Carrick-on-Suir which is the Poor Law Union for Parish Grangemockler, South Tipperary. www.askaboutireland.ie or
www.faileromhat.com

3 occupants 2 x Patrick 2 x James

Patrick Dwyer there are 49 in North Tipperary and 90 in South Tipperary. The Dwyers probably then came from South Tipperary
as did the Cooney's.

There are no Patrick Dwyer's in 1850 S. Tipperary in Parish of Grangemockler. There are however, 2 Patrick Dwyers occupying land in the Parish of Carrick, in the Poor Law Union of Carrick-on-Suir. I believe the 2 properties are 2
Patrick's, you can only live in one house!

Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks (in town)
Poor Law Union Carrick-on-suir, tenant of William Dalton
#2 New-Lane a house only

Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks, PLU same
tenant of Henry Briscoe, Esquire
#13 house, outbuildings and yard

If this was 1 person it would likely been extra land or in this case a yard, but if it second property had a house it
would be listed as vacant or have a tenant

If Patrick married it would likely be in the PLU of Carrick-on-Suir as it would contain an area of 12 mi. even if not in same parish. The Union Town would have parish, towns,villages and townlands with the Union.

Directories:
1846:
Patrick Dwyer, Carrick-on-suir, New Lane Butcher
Jeremiah Dwyer,same, butcher Lough St.
Patrick Dwyer, Clonmel, public house, Irish Town

1881: LAWrence Dwyer, School Master,Poor Law Union school,Tipperary Town

Joseph Dwyer, Esquire, Mount Bruce

Rev. John Cooney P.P. Bansha, Tipperary

1894:

LAUrence Dwyer, Carpenter, Donohill Parish (3/4 mi. N. of Tipperary town)

There are still close to 100 Dwyer's in the Tipperary telephone book. Cooney's 59 and definitely 14 listed with addresses in Carrick-on-suir.

Annette Code

Re: Dwyer/Cooney

Posted: 6 Nov 2012 6:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
You probably have Griffith Valuation as you have information on Carrick-on-Suir which is the Poor Law Union for Parish Grangemockler, South Tipperary. www.askaboutireland.ie or
www.faileromhat.com

3 occupants 2 x Patrick 2 x James

Patrick Dwyer there are 49 in North Tipperary and 90 in South Tipperary. The Dwyers probably then came from South Tipperary
as did the Cooney's.

There are no Patrick Dwyer's in 1850 S. Tipperary in Parish of Grangemockler. There are however, 2 Patrick Dwyers occupying land in the Parish of Carrick, in the Poor Law Union of Carrick-on-Suir. I believe the 2 properties are 2
Patrick's, you can only live in one house!

Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks (in town)
Poor Law Union Carrick-on-suir, tenant of William Dalton
#2 New-Lane a house only

Patrick Dwyer, Parish Carrick, Townparks, PLU same
tenant of Henry Briscoe, Esquire
#13 house, outbuildings and yard

If this was 1 person it would likely been extra land or in this case a yard, but if it second property had a house it
would be listed as vacant or have a tenant

If Patrick married it would likely be in the PLU of Carrick-on-Suir as it would contain an area of 12 mi. even if not in same parish. The Union Town would have parish, towns,villages and townlands with the Union.

Directories:
1846:
Patrick Dwyer, Carrick-on-suir, New Lane Butcher
Jeremiah Dwyer,same, butcher Lough St.
Patrick Dwyer, Clonmel, public house, Irish Town

1881: LAWrence Dwyer, School Master,Poor Law Union school,Tipperary Town

Joseph Dwyer, Esquire, Mount Bruce

Rev. John Cooney P.P. Bansha, Tipperary

1894:

LAUrence Dwyer, Carpenter, Donohill Parish (3/4 mi. N. of Tipperary town)

There are still close to 100 Dwyer's in the Tipperary telephone book. Cooney's 59 and definitely 14 listed with addresses in Carrick-on-suir.

Annette Code

Re: Dwyer/Cooney

Posted: 20 Nov 2012 4:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for your help. Patrick Dwyer was my g,grand father and living with my Grndfather in 1901 census. It is Patrick's parents I need to know. My grandfather lived on the Kilkenny side of Carrick-on-Suir and also in the PLU of Carrick. The Cooney family were farmers near Grangemockler.Thanks again. K

Re: Dwyer/Cooney

Posted: 21 Nov 2012 12:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Anyone born before 1864 will have a Parish record you can find these on www.rootsireland.ie if you have a reasonable good birth year and his name you should find a birth record with both parents names and mother's maiden name. This is a History Foundation not for profit but must pay fees.
The foundation has parish records and civil registration after 1864. Until last year I would of checked this for you but now it costs money just to look, before I could look and make suggestions but can't afford to help anyone now.

records after 1864 would be civil registration records and I could look through a CD I have for 1864-1875 Only. If
anything fits in those dates.

You can find those on www.familysearch.org as well but not always with parents names.
I can't look up anything with a letter C on same CD set as I've worn that one out.

Annette
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