The Irish Merediths

Person Page 187

Jane1

F, #4653

Biography

Jane married George BOND.
She is possibly the Jane Bond age 65 whose burial at Garrymaddock on 27 Dec 1854 is recorded in the Stradbally registers.1

Child with George BOND

SonRichard BOND b. 19 Jun 1826, d. 1916

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited17 Mar 2010

Anne LUTTRELL

F, #4654, b. about 1793, d. October 1859

Biography

Anne LUTTRELL was born ca. 1793. She married John WILKINSON, son of James WILKINSON and Rebecca, on 27 Sep 1816 in Coolbanagher Parish Church, Queen’s County.1 Anne LUTTRELL died in Oct 1859 in Colt, Abbeyleix.G She was buried on 16 Oct 1859 aged 66.1
Anne Luttrell was living at Cappokeel at the time of her marriage in 1816. It is assumed that the Ann Wilkinson of Colt who died in 1859 aged 66 was the wife of John Wilkinson of Colt.

Children with John WILKINSON b. ca. 1788, d. 1857

SonJames WILKINSON b. ca. 1819, d. 27 Jul 1906
SonEdward WILKINSON b. ca. 1822, d. May 1882
DaughterEliza WILKINSON b. ca. 1826, d. 6 Jul 1904
SonJohn WILKINSON b. ca. 1826, d. 25 Nov 1876
DaughterSusanna WILKINSON b. ca. 1828, d. 30 Nov 1905
DaughterHarriet WILKINSON b. 1832, d. 18 Feb 1902
DaughterRebecca WILKINSON b. bef. 1833
SonWilliam WILKINSON b. ca. 1836, d. 24 Jul 1884

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart

Citations

  1. [S1162] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy of Coolbanagher parish records
Last Edited25 Mar 2017

James WILKINSON1

M, #4656, b. 23 September 1889

Parents

FatherSamuel WILKINSON b. 9 Sep 1852, d. 25 Mar 1922
MotherEmily WILKINSON b. ca. 1858, d. 22 Feb 1898

Biography

James WILKINSON was born on 23 Sep 1889 in Colt, Queen’s County, Ireland.2 He married Elizabeth Eileen ARMSTRONG on 20 Sep 1916 in Cavan Church, Urney & Annageliff Parish, Ireland.G2
James Wilkinson was a Constable in the Dublin Metropolitan Police at the time of his marriage in 1926. He emigrated to Australia.2,3

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)
Wilkinson indented chart (#3)

Citations

  1. [S1048] National Archives of Ireland, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Kildare/Kilkea/Ballynamony/536999/
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  3. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Alexander CAMPION1

M, #4657, b. about 1844

Biography

Alexander CAMPION was born ca. 1844 in Co. Kilkenny. He married Annie Maria WILLOUGHBY on 1 Dec 1866 in Mothel, Co. Kilkenny.G2 Alexander CAMPION married Elizabeth (’Bessie’) WILKINSON, daughter of James WILKINSON and Anne MEREDITH, on 15 Jan 1884 in Abbeyleix, Co.Laois, Ireland.G3
Alexander Campion was the son of Thomas Campion. He was a farmer, and lived at Dysart Cottage, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny. He was enumerated in the 1910 and 1911 census at Knockanaddoge, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.

Children with Elizabeth (’Bessie’) WILKINSON b. 14 Dec 1864, d. 7 Nov 1926

SonRichard Frederick CAMPION b. 11 Jun 1887, d. 17 Nov 1892
SonJames Albert CAMPION b. 7 Oct 1889, d. 8 Jun 1962

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1325] FamilySearch:https://www.familysearch.org/
  3. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
Last Edited21 Apr 2012

James Albert CAMPION1,2

M, #4658, b. 7 October 1889, d. 8 June 1962

Parents

FatherAlexander CAMPION b. ca. 1844
MotherElizabeth (’Bessie’) WILKINSON b. 14 Dec 1864, d. 7 Nov 1926

Biography

James Albert CAMPION was born on 7 Oct 1889 in Knocknadogue, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.3 He married Elizabeth Olive LANGRELL on 18 Sep 1918 in St Michael’s Church, Aghold, Co. Wicklow.3 James Albert CAMPION died on 8 Jun 1962, at age 72, in Knocknadogue, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.3

Child with Elizabeth Olive LANGRELL

SonAlexander Langrell CAMPION b. 1919, d. 23 Aug 1999

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S601] FamilySearch.org Record Search: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958, http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/
  2. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  3. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Elizabeth Olive LANGRELL1,2

F, #4659

Biography

Elizabeth Olive LANGRELL married James Albert CAMPION, son of Alexander CAMPION and Elizabeth (’Bessie’) WILKINSON, on 18 Sep 1918 in St Michael’s Church, Aghold, Co. Wicklow.3
Elizabeth Olive Langrell was the daughter of Isaac Langrell, a Farmer.

Child with James Albert CAMPION b. 7 Oct 1889, d. 8 Jun 1962

SonAlexander Langrell CAMPION b. 1919, d. 23 Aug 1999

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S601] FamilySearch.org Record Search: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958, http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/
  2. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  3. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Richard Frederick CAMPION1,2

M, #4660, b. 11 June 1887, d. 17 November 1892

Parents

FatherAlexander CAMPION b. ca. 1844
MotherElizabeth (’Bessie’) WILKINSON b. 14 Dec 1864, d. 7 Nov 1926

Biography

Richard Frederick CAMPION was born on 11 Jun 1887 in Knocknadogue, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.3 He died on 17 Nov 1892, at age 5, in Dysart Cottage, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.4

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S601] FamilySearch.org Record Search: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958, http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/
  2. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  3. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  4. [S1408] Death announcement: Richard Frederick Campion; Weekly Irish Times, Dec 3, 1892; pg8, “November 17, at Dysart Cottage, Castlecomer, Richard Frederick, the beloved child of Alexander and Bessie Campion, aged 5 years and 6 months.”
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Beven MONCRIEF1

M, #4661, b. about 1891, d. 20 November 1958

Biography

Beven MONCRIEF was born ca. 1891. He married Susan WILKINSON, daughter of George WILKINSON and Rebecca JACKSON, on 29 Sep 1926 in St Andrew’s Dublin.G2 Beven MONCRIEF died on 20 Nov 1958 in 20 Ferrybank, Arklow, Co. Wicklow.G3 He was buried on 22 Nov 1958 in New Kilbride.3
Beven Moncrieff was the son of Hugh and Wilhelmina Moncrieff of Lanesborough, Co. Longford.4,3

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  3. [S1386] Death announcement: Moncrieff, Beven; The Irish Times, Nov 22, 1958, pg14
  4. [S735] 1911 Ireland census; http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie
Last Edited6 Dec 2010

George WILLOUGHBY1

M, #4663, b. about 1867, d. 9 February 1947

Biography

George WILLOUGHBY was born ca. 1867 in Co. Wicklow.2 He married Charlotte WILKINSON, daughter of James WILKINSON and Anne MEREDITH, on 17 Aug 1898 in Abbeyleix Church Of Ireland.G3 George WILLOUGHBY died on 9 Feb 1947 in 76 Grace Park Road, Dublin.G4 He was buried on 11 Feb 1947 in Mullinacuffe, Co. Wicklow.G4
George Willoughby was the son of John Willoughby and Martha Griffin, Rosnastraw, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow. He had a distinguished career as a policeman in the Dublin Metropolitan Police and the Civic Guard, and retired in 1929 with the rank of Chief Superintendent. The Irish Times published the following account of his career:

“By the retirement of Chief Superintendent George Willoughby, M.A., T.C.D. the Civic Guard has lost its senior member. Mr. George Willoughby has behind him a continuous record of forty-two years’ service in the police forces of Dublin. As a member of the Dublin Metropolitan Police in January 1924, he found himself senior in both rank and service to everyone except the Commissioner. In the following May he was advanced from the rank of Superintendent to that of Hon. Chief Superintendent, and on the amalgamation of the Metropolitan Police and the Civic Guard in April, 1925, he was granted the substantive rank and continued serving in the Metropolitan Division.

Probably no member of the Irish police forces took part in more public functions or in so many exciting events during the period of his service under nine Viceroys, two Governors-General, and six Chief Commissioners. He was in the Leinster Hall, Hawkins street, on the occasion of the anti-Home Rule demonstrations there, when the speakers were the then Marquis of Hartington and Mr. Goschen, and on disturbances taking place outside, Chief Commissioner Harrel took personal charge of the police, being mounted with the D.M.P. troopers.

Mr. Willoughby was on duty at Westland row when the remains of the late Mr. C. S. Parnell were being brought to Dublin for interment, and saw the wooden case, from which the suite of coffins had been taken, broken into splinters by souvenir hunters. The arrest of Mr. T. D. Sullivan, when Lord Mayor, and the welcome accorded Mr. William O'Brien on his release from Tullamore Jail; the visit of Queen Victoria, when she was presented with the keys of the city at Leeson street Bridge ; the railway strike of 1911; and the extensive labour troubles of 1913-14, were all incidents in which he took a part in the course of his duty. In the 1913-14 labour troubles Mr. Willoughby did his longest turn of duty—27 hours—and had experience of the fierce riot, when 47 policemen were wounded.

His last appearance in uniform was in charge of the police at College Green on St. Patrick's Day this year, when the annual parade of military took place before the Minister for Defence.

Since his last promotion Mr. Willoughby has been engaged chiefly in administrative work. He has taken a keen interest in ambulance work, and with the late Station Sergeant Fogarty he initiated a movement for the establishment of reading and recreation rooms in the barracks. He was also engaged in the formation of the Widows’ and Orphans’ Benevolent Fund, and was secretary of the Medical Aid Association (South City).”.5,6

Children with Charlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

DaughterMartha WILLOUGHBY b. 29 May 1899
DaughterAnna Charlotte WILLOUGHBY b. 30 Jan 1905, d. 1 Feb 1905
SonDr. John WILLOUGHBY b. 6 Sep 1906
SonJames Edward WILLOUGHBY b. 7 Jun 1908, d. 16 Sep 1958
DaughterLouise WILLOUGHBY b. 30 Oct 1909
DaughterMary Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY b. 7 Jan 1913

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S735] 1911 Ireland census; http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie
  3. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  4. [S1411] Death announcement: George Willoughby; The Irish Times, Feb 10, 1947; pg8, “WILLOUGHBY - February 9, 1947, at his residence, 76 Grace Park road, Dublin, George Willoughby, M.A., T.C.D., P.C., Chief Superintendent, Civic Guard (retired), formerly of D.M.P., aged 80, dearly-loved husband of Charlotte Willoughby Funeral (private) leaving, 12 noon, to-morrow (Tuesday), 11th inst., for Mullinacuffe, CoWicklow No flowers.”
  5. [S1406] Private communication from Joan Johnson
  6. [S1410] Chief Superintendent Willoughby; Weekly Irish Times ; Apr 20, 1929; pg10
Last Edited12 Apr 2017

Martha WILLOUGHBY1

F, #4664, b. 29 May 1899

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

Martha WILLOUGHBY was born on 29 May 1899 in 9 Eglinton Terrace, Donnybrook, Dublin.G2

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Anna Charlotte WILLOUGHBY1

F, #4665, b. 30 January 1905, d. 1 February 1905

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

Anna Charlotte WILLOUGHBY was born on 30 Jan 1905. She died on 1 Feb 1905, at age 0, in 20 Dufferin Avenue, Dublin.G2,3

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1409] Death announcement: Anna Charlotte Willoughby; Weekly Irish Times ; Feb 11, 1905; pg1
  3. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Dr. John WILLOUGHBY1

M, #4666, b. 6 September 1906

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

Dr. John WILLOUGHBY was born on 6 Sep 1906 in 20 Dufferin Avenue, Dublin.G2 He married on 3 Mar 1937 in Bournemouth, England.G3
Dr. John Willoughby was a member of Clonliffe Methodist Church, Dublin. He was appointed as a medical missionary to China in 1931. A daughter to John and Freda Willoughby was born in Feb 1941 in the Methodist Missionary Hospital, Yungchow, China.4,5

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  3. [S1391] Marriage announcement: Willoughby - Wright, The Irish Times, Mar 6, 1937, pg8
  4. [S1468] Dublin Man for China, The Irish Times (1921-Current File); Jan 17, 1931
  5. [S1392] Birth announcement: Willoughby, The Irish Times, Feb 22, 1941, pg1
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

James Edward WILLOUGHBY1

M, #4667, b. 7 June 1908, d. 16 September 1958

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

James Edward WILLOUGHBY was born on 7 Jun 1908 in 20 Dufferin Avenue, Dublin.G2 He married Elizabeth French (Betty) GIBSON on 23 Oct 1940 in Clontartf Methodist Church.G3 James Edward WILLOUGHBY died on 16 Sep 1958, at age 50.
James Edward Willoughby was a dentist.4

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
  3. [S1390] Marriage announcement: Willoughhby and Gibson, Weekly Irish Times, Nov 9, 1940, pg15
  4. [S1406] Private communication from Joan Johnson
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Louise WILLOUGHBY1

F, #4668, b. 30 October 1909

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

Louise WILLOUGHBY was born on 30 Oct 1909 in 20 Dufferin Avenue, Dublin.G2 She married in 1941 in Dublin North Registration District.

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Mary Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY1

F, #4669, b. 7 January 1913

Parents

FatherGeorge WILLOUGHBY b. ca. 1867, d. 9 Feb 1947
MotherCharlotte WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1874, d. 2 Aug 1954

Biography

Mary Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY was born on 7 Jan 1913 in 10 Charlemont Terrace, Malahide Road, Dublin.2 She married in 1940 in Dublin North Registration District.

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1466] General Register Office of Ireland, Civil Records, https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie
Last Edited16 Oct 2016

Elizabeth French (Betty) GIBSON1

F, #4671, b. 29 August 1914, d. 10 September 1998

Biography

Elizabeth French (Betty) GIBSON was born on 29 Aug 1914. She married James Edward WILLOUGHBY, son of George WILLOUGHBY and Charlotte WILKINSON, on 23 Oct 1940 in Clontartf Methodist Church.G2 Elizabeth French (Betty) GIBSON died on 10 Sep 1998, at age 84.
Elizabeth French Gibson was the youngest daughter of John Gibson and Jemima (nee Young) of Craigmillar, Haddon road.2,3

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1390] Marriage announcement: Willoughhby and Gibson, Weekly Irish Times, Nov 9, 1940, pg15
  3. [S1406] Private communication from Joan Johnson
Last Edited7 May 2012

Anne WILKINSON1

F, #4674, b. 17 August 1850, d. 6 October 1920

Parents

FatherJames WILKINSON b. ca. 1819, d. 27 Jul 1906
MotherAnne MEREDITH b. 13 Nov 1826, d. 22 Mar 1909

Biography

Anne WILKINSON was born on 17 Aug 1850.1 She married James WHITTLE in 1874 in Abbeyleix Registration District, Ireland.2 Anne WILKINSON died on 6 Oct 1920, at age 70.3 She was buried in St Mary's Church of Ireland Cemetery, Geashill, Offaly, Ireland.3
Anne Wilkinson was enumerated in the 1901 and 1911 censuses at Bunnagappagh, Ratheenakeeran, King’s Co. in the household of James Whittle, and described as having been married for 36 years, with 11 children of whom 6 were still living in 1911.4

Children with James WHITTLE b. ca. 1833, d. 11 Dec 1916

Son-?- WHITTLE b. 10 Mar 1875
SonWilliam Wilkinson WHITTLE b. 13 May 1877, d. 24 Oct 1901
SonJames WHITTLE b. ca. 1879, d. 25 Jul 1912
SonAlfred WHITTLE b. 24 Apr 1881, d. 31 Oct 1962
DaughterAnn WHITTLE b. 1883
SonVictor WHITTLE b. 1884, d. 7 Mar 1919
SonFrancis Edward WHITTLE b. 1886, d. 4 Oct 1953
SonAlbert WHITTLE b. 6 Mar 1891
DaughterCharlotte WHITTLE b. ca. 1894, d. 10 Apr 1898

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1325] FamilySearch:https://www.familysearch.org/
  3. [S1085] Jack McDonald (contributor), Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives, Cemetery: County OFFALY, St Mary's Church of Ireland Cemetery (part), Geashill, CoOffaly, Ireland, http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/offaly/cemeteries/geashill02.txt
  4. [S1048] National Archives of Ireland, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Kildare/Kilkea/Ballynamony/536999/
Last Edited3 Dec 2010

James WHITTLE1

M, #4675, b. about 1833, d. 11 December 1916

Biography

James WHITTLE was born ca. 1833 in King’s Co., Ireland.G2 He married Anne WILKINSON, daughter of James WILKINSON and Anne MEREDITH, in 1874 in Abbeyleix Registration District, Ireland.2 James WHITTLE died on 11 Dec 1916 in Boneycappa House, Walsh Island, Offaly, Ireland.3 He was buried in St Mary's Church of Ireland Cemetery, Geashill, Offaly, Ireland.3
James Whittle was enumerated in the 1901 and 1911 censuses at Bunnagappagh, Ratheenakeeran, King’s Co., and was described as a farmer, aged 67 and 77 respectively.4

Children with Anne WILKINSON b. 17 Aug 1850, d. 6 Oct 1920

Son-?- WHITTLE b. 10 Mar 1875
SonWilliam Wilkinson WHITTLE b. 13 May 1877, d. 24 Oct 1901
SonJames WHITTLE b. ca. 1879, d. 25 Jul 1912
SonAlfred WHITTLE b. 24 Apr 1881, d. 31 Oct 1962
DaughterAnn WHITTLE b. 1883
SonVictor WHITTLE b. 1884, d. 7 Mar 1919
SonFrancis Edward WHITTLE b. 1886, d. 4 Oct 1953
SonAlbert WHITTLE b. 6 Mar 1891
DaughterCharlotte WHITTLE b. ca. 1894, d. 10 Apr 1898

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart
Clonenagh indented chart
Wilkinson box chart
Wilkinson indented chart (#1)
Wilkinson indented chart (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1264] Private communication from Kathleen Kennedy, on 18 May 2010, of information from a display in Coolbanagher Church
  2. [S1325] FamilySearch:https://www.familysearch.org/
  3. [S1085] Jack McDonald (contributor), Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives, Cemetery: County OFFALY, St Mary's Church of Ireland Cemetery (part), Geashill, CoOffaly, Ireland, http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/offaly/cemeteries/geashill02.txt
  4. [S1048] National Archives of Ireland, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Kildare/Kilkea/Ballynamony/536999/
Last Edited3 Dec 2010