Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameMargaret {DONAGHIE} 7
Birth Dateabt 1800
Birth PlaceIreland
Census Date1841 Age: 41
Census PlaceKilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
FlagsDon Changes 1-Jun 2018 to 8-Aug 2018, Earliest Ancestor, KITCHEN Edits, change aft 1jun18
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1800532,533
Birth PlaceIreland
Reside Date5 Nov 1841 Age: 41
Reside PlaceStrand Street, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
Census Date1841 Age: 41
Census PlaceKilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
MemoStrand Street
OccupationAgricultural Labourer Per 1841 Census
FlagsDon Changes 1-Jun 2018 to 8-Aug 2018, Earliest Ancestor, KITCHEN Edits, Mystery, change aft 1jun18
Marr Dateabt 1820
ChildrenHugh (~1818-)
 William (Twin) (1824-)
 Robert (Twin) (1824-)
 Mary (Twin) (1824-1907)
 Martha (1828-)
Notes for Margaret {DONAGHIE}
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 Margaret {DONAGHIE}
Event(s):
Birth:
About 1802 <, Tyrone, Ireland>
Christening:
Death:
, , New York
Burial:

Parents:
Father: John Donaghy
Mother: Margaret Logan

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Parish registers, 1640-1854 Church of Scotland. Parish Church of Kilmarnock (Ayrshire)

WILLIAM DONAGHIE Pedigree
Marriage: 22 FEB 1833 Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland

Wife

MARTHA MCKEOWN Pedigree
Marriage: 22 FEB 1833 Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
Photo and map of Strand Street, Kilmarnock, Scotland attached.

spelling: DONAGHIE
donighie
Donaghy
Donaghey

DONAHUE
Donoughue
Donohue
DONOUGHOE
donihue
donahugh

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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

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http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/AYRSHIRE/2004-11/1101076145

Page 14

Here insert Name of Village, Street, Square, Close, Court, &c.
Uninhabited or Building Houses Inhabited NAME and
SURNAME Ages Males Ages Females OCCUPATION,
Of what Profession, Trade, Employment, or whether of Independent Means
If born in Scotland, state whether in County or otherwise
Whether Foreigner, or whether Born in England or Ireland

Strand Street 1 Susanna McBride
50 Spinster I

1 Willm Donaghue 40
Ag Labourer I

Margt do
40 I

Mary do
14 Y

Robt do 15
Rope Mkr Ap Y

Martha do
13 Y

James Wallace 25
Ag Labourer I

Bridget do
25 I

Joseph do
6 I

Mary do
3 I

James Wallace 30
Ag Labourer I

John do 20
Do do I

James Samson 50
H L Weaver Y

Euphemia McBride
60 Spinster N

James Dunleery 15
I

1 Willm McKay 25
Ag Labourer I

Jane do
25 I

Mary do
3 Y

William do
1 Y

Hugh McDonald 20
I

John Marshall 20
Ag Labourer I

Sarah do
20 I

1 Elisabeth Kennedy
50 Stocking Knitter I

George do
15 Shoe Mkr J Y

William Donaghue
15 Rope Mkr Ap Y

Total in page 14 4 14
11
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).

Spelling variations include: Donoghue, Donaghoe, Donaho, Donahoe, Donough, Donahue, Donahow, Doneghoe, Donehue, Donighue, Donohoe,Donahugh, Donohough, Donohow, Donohue, Donaughue, O'Donoghue, Dunphy, Donaghie, Donaghy and many more. They may have been originally from county Kerry, where they held a family seat in ancient times.
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).

Spelling variations include: Donoghue, Donaghoe, Donaho, Donahoe, Donough, Donahue, Donahow, Doneghoe, Donehue, Donighue, Donohoe,Donahugh, Donohough, Donohow, Donohue, Donaughue, O'Donoghue, Dunphy, Donaghie, Donaghy and many more. They may have been originally from county Kerry, where they held a family seat in ancient times.
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
Ellie DONAGHIE
Sex:  F
Marriage(s):
Spouse:  John GARVEN
Marriage:  30 Nov 1838
Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
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For the parishes of Leckpatrick, Camus and Donagheady


Information transcribed by Faye Logue


Leckpatrick Parish, Co.Tyrone, N Ireland

Tithe Applotment Book 1827

Townland

Name
Acreage A.R.P
 
Tithe £.s.d

Ballymagorry
Hugh Donaghey
15.2.5
 
2.15.1

Ballyskeagh
Bryan Donaghey
28.3.28
 

12.9

& G. Kilgore ???????
 
 
 

Brownhill
Bryan Donaghey

21.0.3
 
1.5.3

Gorticrum Scotch
Bryan Donaghey

40.1.18
 
4.1.3

& Wd. M'Cormick
 
 
 

Knocknabrack
Wm. & Jn. Donaghey

65.2.20
 
3.16.11/2

Townparks
Bryan Donaghey
5.3.36
 
2.2.7

 

Griffith's Valuation 1858

Ballymagorry
Thomas Donaghy

Clogher
William Donaghy

Ballydonaghy
James Donaghy

Leckpatrick
William Donaghy

Ballylaw
John Donaghy

Knockanbrack
William Donaghy, sen
William Donaghy, jun

Gorticrum Irish
Sarah Donaghy

Townparks
James Donaghy
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Donahue's Donaghy's of Tyrone County Ireland

Kevin Donahue Posted on 27-Mar-2001

Hello everyone,
Im searching for any info regarding the Donaghy's and Donaghoe's or Country Tyrone Ireland, Im trying to confirm if I am related to this man: 'Hugh Donaghy' born and baptised 12th Oct 1788 in Dungannon RC Church. Parents Hugh Donaghy and Susan McGuigan; sponsors Patrick and Sara McGuigan.
If you have any info on this man, please respond. Also I am looking for any info regarding,The 12 Donaghoes in the Parish of Clonfeacle, which is south of Dungannon.
Thank You.
Kevin Donahue


and Colm Donaghy Replied on 19-Jul-2001

Kevin; I have no direct information in respect of Hugh Donaghy, He may have been a relation of my Great Grandfather William, who was born about 1813 in the parish of Clonfeacle( Clonfeacle combines Moy in Co Tyrone & Blackwatertown Co Armagh), however 2 of my Great Grandfathers sons, Jack(John) and Patrick (Pat)did make contact with Patrick Mc Kearney, Grange, near Moy, Co Tyrone by way of letter, enclosing a photograph taken in Dore Studios San Francisco 1905. The letter was written by Marie Donohue. As follows;
'This is Pat and Jack, Myself and the children is well, I will send a long letter soon, Marie Donohue 3086-25 Street San Francisco'
We know that the 2 boys were certainly Donaghy's, (written on the back of the photo were the words 'Jack Donaghy 21 Sparta Street, Sanfrancisco') and presumably Marie was married to one of them. It has been said many times by My father and Granduncle Ned that the Donaghys referred to that went to the states did call themselves Donohue. I do know that the Donahues that currently reside in Moy originate fron Emyvale Co Monaghan and are unrelated to the Donaghys.
I hope some of the information may be of help.
Regards
Colm Donaghy


and gary mc kearney Replied on 5-Oct-2002

hello how are you. are you a brother of plunketts. my father is brendan mc kearney from the moy. his father is john.do you know them.


and COLM DONAGHY Replied on 30-Nov-2002

Gary Yes, I know your father, Grand-Father and I also remember your Great Grand-father who was a coachman years ago. But the big question is will Tyrone win Sam under Micky? CD


and Claire Donaghy Replied on 20-Nov-2002

I just typed my father's name into a search engine and found this site. i find it very interesting, as my fathers name is also Colm Donaghy, and he to is from tyrone, Coalisland to be exact. I was wondering if u were a distant relation and if so if it wasnt to much trouble I would like to know a bit about the past generations? My grandfather was called Seamus Donaghy, from Coalisland. I do not know if this is any use. Sorry if this was a waste of your time. ps i like ur name!!!
Claire Donaghy


and Colm Donaghy Replied on 30-Nov-2002

Claire; I'm not sure if we are related although I guess it is a possibility, I suooose it depends how far back you go. Strangely enough I was born in Coalisland, in a little house in Brackaville. I have carried out limited research into the history of the name Donaghy and come up with conflicting views. Some (in fact most) observers say that we derive from the O'Donaghues in Munster, however I prefer the version that we derive from an offspring off the O'Neill clan. The last option I think is more realistic and is backed up by Arthur Daly of the O'Neill historical. Apparantly thr Donaghy in West Tyrone derive from the Maguires. If you are interested in tracing your ancestry you could try Willy O'Kane at Heritage World in Donaghmore or Armagh Ancestry both have web-sites If you can't get them I'll send them on to you. They have access to a multitude of records, however from my experience I would advise that you get as much information from living family members (make sure and write the information down as its amazing how much can be forgotten)
Good Luck
CD

Posted at 27 March 2001 0:00 by System Administrator



# 79

Geneology

danny o'donoghue Posted on 27-Mar-2001

The D'onoghue family (Now known head is Crohoor Og i.e. Young Con) has been resident in Glenflesk for centuries and we get the 1st glimpse of the family history from a grant of land to Con O'Donoghue in the townland of Derrymaclevode by a son of Captain Callistus O'Donoghue, Drumcarbin in the latter quarter of the eightenth century. (See geneolgy of P.F. O'Donoghue.)
Do you have any info on the geneology of P.F. O'Donoghue who I think was in the Killarney side of Glenflesk.
Yours faithfully Danny O'Donoghue

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SCOTLAND
Ellie DONAGHIE
Sex:  F
Marriage(s):
Spouse:  John GARVEN
Marriage:  30 Nov 1838
Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland

Hugh MURRAY
Sex: M
Event(s):
Christening: 8 Mar 1789
Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Parents:
Father: Alexander MURRAY
Mother: Margaret CAMERON

Parish registers, 1640-1854  Church of Scotland. Parish Church of Kilmarnock (Ayrshire)
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