Birth Dateabt 1800
Birth PlaceIreland
Census Date1841 Age: 41
Census PlaceKilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
FlagsEarliest Ancestor
Birth Dateabt 1800484,485
Birth PlaceIreland
Reside Date5 Nov 1841 Age: 41
Reside PlaceStrand Street, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
Census Date1841 Age: 41
Census PlaceKilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
Census MemoStrand Street
OccupationAgricultural Labourer Per 1841 Census
FlagsEarliest Ancestor, Mystery
ChildrenHugh (~1818-)
 William (Twin) (1824-)
 Robert (Twin) (1824-)
 Mary (Twin) (1824-1907)
 Martha (1828-)
Notes for Margaret
1841 census Scotland
Piece: SCT1841/597 Place: Kilmarnock-Ayrshire Enumeration District: 16
Civil Parish: Kilmarnock Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: Kilmarnock
Folio: 4 Page: 14
Address: Strand Street

Surname First name(s) Sex Age Occupation Where Born Remarks
DONAGHUE Willm M 40 Agricultural Labourer Ireland
DONAGHUE Margt F 40 Ireland
DONAGHUE Mary F 15 Ayrshire
DONAGHUE Robt M 15 Rope Maker Apprentice Ayrshire
DONAGHUE Martha F 13 Ayrshire
WALLACE James M 25 Agricultural Labourer Ireland
WALLACE Bridget F 25 Ireland
WALLACE Joseph M 6 Ireland
WALLACE Mary F 3 Ireland
WALLACE James M 30 Agricultural Labourer Ireland
WALLACE John M 20 Agricultural Labourer Ireland
SAMSON James M 50 Hand Loom Weaver Ayrshire
MCBRIDE Euphemia F 60 Spinster Outside Census County (1841)
DUNLEERY James M 15 Ireland
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
Photo and map of Strand Street, Kilmarnock, Scotland attached.

spelling: DONAGHIE


1841 Scotland Census
about William Donaghue
Name: William Donaghue
Age: 40
Estimated birth year: abt 1801
Gender: Male
Where born: Ireland

Civil parish: Kilmarnock
County: Ayrshire
Address: Strand Street
Occupation: Ag Labourer
Parish Number: 597

Household Members:
Name Age
Margt Donaghue 40
Martha Donaghue 13
Mary Donaghue 15
Robt Donaghue 15
William Donaghue 40
James Dunlery 15
Euphemia McBride 60
James Samson 50
Bridget Wallace 25
James Wallace 25
James Wallace 30
John Wallace 20
Joseph Wallace 6
History notes for William (Spouse 1)
Kilmarnock History
The first Bank, too, of which the town could boast, and which was a branch of the Bank of Scotland, was in the adjoining alley, called Low Church Lane and, assuming these statements to be true, it is not improbable that this now unfashionable quarter was the nucleous of Kilmarnock. Grange Street, which is near to College Wynd, and which at one time was called the Clay Mugs, from the circumstance of a pottery having been in the place, is also, we believe, one of the ancient neuks of Auld Killie. Strand Street, in close proximity to the Church, has likewise the appearance of considerable antiquity, and in all probability, was one of the earliest streets of the town. Though now chiefly occupied by the poorer classes, it was the residence of some of the more wealthy families during the last century(1700’s).

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