The Irish Merediths

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Susanna MEREDITH1

F, #1426, b. 5 May 1843, d. 19 July 1895

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1812, d. 1885
MotherMary MEREDITH b. ca. 1809, d. 15 Aug 1875

Biography

Susanna MEREDITH was born on 5 May 1843 in Queen's Co., Ireland.G She was baptised on 20 Oct 1843 in Ballyfin, Clonenagh Parish, Mountrath.2 She married Abraham THOMPSON, son of John THOMPSON and Rebecca MEREDITH, on 27 Mar 1871 in St Peter’s Church, Dublin.G Susanna MEREDITH died on 19 Jul 1895, at age 52, in Cappagh, Queen's County, Ireland.3

Children with Abraham THOMPSON b. ca. 1837, d. 22 Feb 1923

DaughterMary Jane THOMPSON b. 1872
DaughterRebecca Ann THOMPSON b. 15 Feb 1875
DaughterEsther Elizabeth THOMPSON b. 6 Dec 1876, d. 1943
SonThomas THOMPSON b. 1 Jun 1878
SonRobert William THOMPSON b. 12 Aug 1880
SonSamuel THOMPSON b. 13 Apr 1882
DaughterMarian Susan THOMPSON b. 27 Feb 1887

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths
Appears on:Clonenagh box chart (#1)
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Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S465] Parish register
  3. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

John MEREDITH

M, #1427, b. 28 January 1845

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1812, d. 1885
MotherMary MEREDITH b. ca. 1809, d. 15 Aug 1875

Biography

John MEREDITH was born on 28 Jan 1845 in Queen's Co., Ireland.G He was baptised on 30 Mar 1845 in Ballyfin, Clonenagh Parish, Mountrath.1
For further information see the citations below.2

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S465] Parish register
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited26 Jan 2004

Samuel MEREDITH1

M, #1428, b. 16 October 1846, d. 21 June 1901

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1812, d. 1885
MotherMary MEREDITH b. ca. 1809, d. 15 Aug 1875

Biography

Samuel MEREDITH was born on 16 Oct 1846 in The Oak, Queen's County, Ireland.G He was baptised on 6 Dec 1846 in Ballyfin, Clonenagh Parish, Mountrath.2 He married Caroline WILKINSON, daughter of Edward WILKINSON and Eliza MEREDITH, on 6 Aug 1885 in Ballintubber Parish Church, Queen’s Co.3 Samuel MEREDITH died on 21 Jun 1901, at age 54, in Omoresforest, Queen’s Co., Ireland.G4 He was buried on 23 Jun 1901 in Maryborough, Queen's Co., Ireland.G2
Samuel and his two daughters were living in Omoresforest for the 1901 census. His age was said to be 52, and he was a widower and farmer at the time.

Children with Caroline WILKINSON b. ca. 1863, d. 20 Jan 1893

DaughterMary MEREDITH b. 20 Jun 1887
DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. 18 Nov 1889
SonThomas MEREDITH b. 13 Jan 1893

Connections

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

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S465] Parish register
  3. [S1343] Marriage certificate of Samuel Meredith and Caroline Wilkinson, 6 August 1885; copy in the possession of the author
  4. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

Esther MEREDITH1

F, #1429, b. 8 April 1849

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1812, d. 1885
MotherMary MEREDITH b. ca. 1809, d. 15 Aug 1875

Biography

Esther MEREDITH was born on 8 Apr 1849 in The Oak, Queen's County, Ireland.G She was baptised on 30 Sep 1849 in Ballyfin, Clonenagh Parish, Mountrath.2 She married Richard THOMPSON on 7 Sep 1875 in Mountrath Parish, Queen’s Co., Ireland.2

Children with Richard THOMPSON b. ca. 1845

SonJoseph THOMPSON b. 22 Nov 1876
SonThomas THOMPSON b. 13 Sep 1879

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S465] Parish register
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

Charles Henry MEREDITH1

M, #1430, b. 6 March 1858, d. 1 October 1920

Parents

FatherEdward MEREDITH b. ca. 1832, d. 6 Oct 1892
MotherSusanna MOORE b. ca. 1837, d. 15 Oct 1889

Biography

Charles Henry MEREDITH was born on 6 Mar 1858 in Queen's Co., Ireland.G2 He married Jane YOUNG on 5 Dec 1889 in St. James’s Church, Dublin.G3 Charles Henry MEREDITH died on 1 Oct 1920, at age 62, in Paulville, Co. Carlow, Ireland.G3
Charles Henry Meredith was a Constable in the Royal Irish Constabulary. He enlisted aged 25 and served in Mayo from Nov 1883 and in the Reserve from Nov 1887. In 1907 he was the Depot van driver at the R.I.C. Depot in Dublin. He received a pension in 1907 afted 25 years service.

Children with Jane YOUNG b. ca. 1863, d. 5 Dec 1931

SonEdward Myles MEREDITH b. ca. 1893, d. 13 Apr 1918
SonCharles Henry MEREDITH b. 1897, d. 1902

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S465] Parish register
  3. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
Last Edited13 Feb 2018

Richard MEREDITH1,2

M, #1431, b. about 1792, d. 3 June 1850

Parents

FatherSamuel MEREDITH b. ca. 1756, d. Jul 1832
MotherSarah INCE b. ca. 1761, d. Jan 1826

Biography

Richard MEREDITH was born ca. 1792 in Cappagh, Queen's county, Ireland. He married Anne GREENE, daughter of John GREENE, in 1819 in Dublin, Ireland.G Richard MEREDITH died on 3 Jun 1850 in New York.G He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY.G
Family history is that Richard Meredith was from Cappagh, Queen's county, and immigrated to New York in the late 1840s. If so, naming patterns of his children suggest he may have been a son of Samuel Meredith and Sarah Ince of Cappagh, although we have no documentation to support this. He appears to have lived in Lea parish, Portarlington from 1820 to 1830, according to baptism records for six children from St. Paul's Church. There are baptisms for two younger children in Maryborough Methodist records.

Children with Anne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

DaughterAnn MEREDITH b. ca. 1820
SonSamuel James MEREDITH b. 1 Mar 1820, d. 16 Dec 1894
DaughterSarah MEREDITH b. Sep 1822, d. 1876
DaughterJane G. MEREDITH b. 30 Jan 1825, d. 14 Jun 1901
DaughterMaria MEREDITH b. 14 Mar 1827
DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. 1829
DaughterFanny MEREDITH b. ca. 1830
SonJohn William MEREDITH b. 9 Aug 1830
SonRichard MEREDITH b. 13 May 1833, d. Jul 1904
SonFrederick Agustus MEREDITH b. ca. 1835
SonRev. Robert Rhoden MEREDITH b. 8 Feb 1836, d. 25 Nov 1919
DaughterCharlotte MEREDITH b. 7 Dec 1838, d. 24 Oct 1911
DaughterEmily Louise MEREDITH b. 30 Oct 1841, d. aft. 1920

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S400] Private communication from Ian Meredith
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited17 Jan 2017

Anne GREENE1,2

F, #1432, b. 4 April 1799, d. 29 June 1856

Parents

Biography

Anne GREENE was born on 4 Apr 1799 in Pinnock Hill, Swords, Ireland. She married Richard MEREDITH, son of Samuel MEREDITH and Sarah INCE, in 1819 in Dublin, Ireland.G Anne GREENE died on 29 Jun 1856, at age 57, in Brooklyn, New York.G
She is most likely to be the Ann Meredith, aged 50, living with Fanny aged 20 in the household of James and Matilda McKay in Brooklyn in 1850.

A lengthy obituary appeared in the book “Heroines of Methodism”, probably written by her son Rev. Samuel Meredith, as follows:

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MRS. ANN MEREDITH.
Mrs. Ann Meredith, whose maiden name was Green, was born at Penock Hill, near the ancient town of Swords, County Dublin, Ireland, April 4,1799. Though surrounded by great spiritual destitution and a low state of morals, her father's family was known as one in which the Scriptures were read. Like Cornelius they " feared God," and as in his case so in theirs, the Lord sent his servant to "tell them what they ought to do."
A pious man belonging to the Wesleyan Society in the City of Dublin, one who labored for the salvation of souls as he had opportunity, received the impression that he ought to visit Swords; that the Lord had something for him to do there. Followed by this impression until it became fixed in his mind, and under what he now regarded as a Divine call, he and two others visited that place on a Saturday evening. At the public house in which they were staying, they made inquiries next morning, as to the religious condition of Swords and its vicinity, when they ascertained that there was one family, at least, in which the Bible was read, that of " John Green, on the hill."
They called immediately at Mr. Green's residence. The family, with one exception, had not yet risen. That one was his daughter Martha, then graciously disposed and afterward an eminent Christian, whose death was the most remarkably triumphant ever known in that part of the country. She had just been at prayer as the strangers called. In stating their object to her father, she told him that three men, belonging, she thought, to his order, (he was a freemason,) wished to pray with him. They were soon surrounded by Mr. Green and his family, with whom they conversed for some time, and after prayer requested permission to hold a meeting in their house that afternoon. To this Mrs. Green was opposed. She remembered that when she was a little girl Mr. Wesley had preached in Swords, and that the windows of the house in which he stopped were broken by persons who were opposed to the " Swaddlers," (as the Methodists were then called;) and she feared that if they opened their house to these men, similar results would follow. But some of her daughters becoming interested in the object the men proposed, she was induced to give her consent.
In the afternoon these zealous men came up from the town, accompanied by about a dozen individuals whom they had invited to the meeting. One of them preached from, " Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom." Everything about this meeting was as novel and striking to the Green family, as its results were permanent and blessed. My uncle, now the only surviving one of those of his family then present, writes concerning it: " The singing entranced us all, and we thought the text, sermon, and all were made on purpose for us." Henceforth Mr. Green's house was open for the messengers of the Gospel, and He whose blessing rested upon the house of Obed-edom, caused it also to abide on his. But a short time passed until several members of his family were brought to God.
The fears entertained by Mrs. Green were fully realized. Their windows were broken frequently, and their lives endangered by the drunken, popish rabble, who were enraged because the Methodists had obtained a footing in the neighborhood. For several years Mr. Green and his family were subjected to the most provoking annoyances. They ceased at length, and then Mrs. Green would repeatedly express her fears that they were not as faithful as when they suffered persecution.
We ought to note, that Mr. Green's household embraced all who were ever known to be benefited savingly by the Gospel thus introduced into the neighborhood, and preached there for several years. To the worldly they alone were known as a family who respected the Bible, and they alone received the greater light when it came.
Mr. Green's daughter Ann, the subject of this notice, was in the fourteenth year of her age when, as an earnest seeker of the Divine favor, she entered the apartment in her father's house in which meeting was about to be held. The opening hymn had been sung, and the little company were engaged in prayer, when she was enabled to cast herself upon Christ for the salvation she needed. In an instant her mourning was turned into joy, and her full soul broke out in joyous and grateful proclamation of the blessed fact that her sins were forgiven. Her mother did not understand it. Such, displays of religious emotion were a new thing in the place, and she endeavored to silence Ann. But if she were to be silent, would not the stones immediately cry out? Some short time afterward she united with the Wesleyan society, in which she found a religious home until she came to this country, in 1847, when she united by letter with the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was an intelligent and ardent lover of Methodism. Her attendance upon its ministry and ordinances was regular and punctual, and of its prudential means she early formed, and ever maintained, the highest estimate.
She was one of those Christians who, though decided in their devotion to God, yet from their exalted views of the Christian life, and from their humbling views of themselves, are seldom found referring to their spiritual progress. But if her professions were, as we believe, too modest—if in this she failed to make the impression she should have made— there was in her life a uniform and definite testimony in favor of religion, that was felt by those who came within the range of her influence. One who knew her many years writes concerning her, " I don't know any person who bore the same deep impress of Christian character she did, nor whose life was so consistent with her profession."
Her maternal influence was directly calculated to awaken in the minds of her children those realizations which lead the soul to God; and it was her joy to find them nearly all, and early in life, giving themselves up to Him. We call her blessed. We saw her spirit in all of the many ordeals through which she passed. We were observers of her secret religious engagements since we were capable of noticing such things. Long as I remember (and I am her first born) she used to spend a portion of every evening in the sacred engagement of private devotion. Nor were these cold and formal approaches to the throne of grace. I have frequently heard her agonizing but subdued pleadings when in an adjoining room; and many a time have I seen her come out from her room, at those times, with her eyes bathed in tears, showing that hers was no fruitless waiting on God. I remember well how she would sit at the parlor fire with two or three of us around her, just between day and dark, and there talk to us of God and judgment, and of the importance of being good that we might all be together in heaven. Once we were talking with her something about Christians, when, to my great surprise, (I never forgot it,) she told me that not all who professed to be Christians were prepared for heaven, and tried to show me the difference between the form and the power of godliness. It was her aim to educate and render duly sensitive the consciences of her children. I did something that was evil in itself as well as disobedient to her. It was in the earlier part of the day, but at night, when an opportunity served, she took me round to a school room, and there, in the dark and alone, she pointed out the nature and consequences of my conduct; and when I was humbled and penitent, she knelt down and pleaded with God in my behalf. The effect was powerful upon my mind, though I suppose the change in my conduct was far from showing it.
It pleased her heavenly Father, before taking her to himself, to cause her to pass through some four months' severe suffering. But in all she manifested a cheerful submission to his will. To her leader she said, " The greatest desire of my heart is that the will of the Lord be done." For several weeks previous to her release it did not appear that Satan was permitted to tempt her. She was as free from doubt, therefore, as from murmuring. In an unmolested confidence, and with a grateful submission, did she wait the coming of her Lord. She took great delight in having those around her, and those who visited her, sing. At times when her favorite hymns were sung, she seemed to be filled with delight . On one occasion some Christian females were singing for her, when becoming very happy she said,li If I were able I would shout his praise, but I'll praise him in a nobler strain through all eternity." On one occasion she spoke to considerable extent on the plan of salvation and the amplitude of the divine provisions. She quoted the words, " to the uttermost," and having enlarged upon them, added, " He will save me to the uttermost." From that time she sunk gradually until she breathed her last.
Thus on the twenty-ninth of June, 1856, in the fiftyeighth year of her age, did my sainted mother pass from the scenes of earth, to that long sought rest for which, during so large a portion of her life, she labored in the exercise of a Scriptural faith. S. M.

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Children with Richard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850

DaughterAnn MEREDITH b. ca. 1820
SonSamuel James MEREDITH b. 1 Mar 1820, d. 16 Dec 1894
DaughterSarah MEREDITH b. Sep 1822, d. 1876
DaughterJane G. MEREDITH b. 30 Jan 1825, d. 14 Jun 1901
DaughterMaria MEREDITH b. 14 Mar 1827
DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH b. 1829
DaughterFanny MEREDITH b. ca. 1830
SonJohn William MEREDITH b. 9 Aug 1830
SonRichard MEREDITH b. 13 May 1833, d. Jul 1904
SonFrederick Agustus MEREDITH b. ca. 1835
SonRev. Robert Rhoden MEREDITH b. 8 Feb 1836, d. 25 Nov 1919
DaughterCharlotte MEREDITH b. 7 Dec 1838, d. 24 Oct 1911
DaughterEmily Louise MEREDITH b. 30 Oct 1841, d. aft. 1920

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S400] Private communication from Ian Meredith
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  3. [S1576] “Heroines of Methodism: or, Pen and ink sketches of the mothers and daughters ...”, EdGeorge Coles; https://goo.gl/ZnbYTD
Last Edited28 Aug 2017

Samuel James MEREDITH1

M, #1433, b. 1 March 1820, d. 16 December 1894

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

Samuel Meredith (1820-1894)
Samuel James MEREDITH was born on 1 Mar 1820 in Ireland. He was baptised on 16 Feb 1825 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G He married Ellen BOOMER on 3 May 1850 in Brookland, USA.2 Samuel James MEREDITH died on 16 Dec 1894, at age 74, in Stillwater, New York.G3 He was buried on 19 Dec 1894 in Menands Cemetery, Albany, New Yorks State.3
Samuel James Meredith was the eldest child of Richard Meredith and Anne Greene;. He emigrated to USA where he served as a Methodist minister. He lived in Williamsburgh, NY in 1850; Adams Township, Massachusetts in 1855; Clifton, NY in 1860; Albany, NY in 1870; Troy, NY in 1880. Baptism record transcribed as "James," born 1 March 1820 and is probably the same child as Samuel whose records are found in New York, said to have been born 9 March 1820.

In 1850 Samuel and his wife Ellen, aged 30 and 25, were living in Williamsburgh, Kings county, NY. As a Methodist clergyman, he evidently moved around a fair bit. Their first child Mary Ann was born ca 1851 in Ohio; the next child Richard B. ca March 1855 in Massachusetts (he was recorded as being 3 months old in the census taken on June 1), and the third, about 1858 in New York. In 1860 they were living in Clifton Park, Saratoga county, NY. 1870 finds them in Albany, NY, and in 1880 Samuel is a widower, living with George, Sophia and Martha in Troy, NY. Interestingly, this census indicates incorrectly, that his father was born in Wales. His obituary, published in the New York Times (18 Dec. 1894), notes he entered the ministry at the age of 17 and he had lived in Mansfield, Ohio for one year.

He served as Pastor in the following Methodist Episcopal Churches in Troy: Congress Street (Trinity) Church, 1872-73; North Second Street (Fifth Avenue) Church, 1873-76; Levings Chapel, 1879-82.

Excerpts from the Minutes of the Troy Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church provide the following information (1895, pp. 135-136):
“Samuel was born in Dublin, March 9, 1820. His parents were among the first Irish Wesleyans and his grandmother's house being the first place where a Wesleyan preached in that country, and because of which the house was nearly destroyed. The family came to NY in 1847. He married Eleanor Boomer in NY in 1850. Three of their six children were still living in 1895, George and two daughters. Both daughters were living in Stillwater, NY at the time; one was a Mrs. Carver.”

Photo of tombstone: Albany Rural Cemetery, Menands, Albany County, New York, USA: Plot: Section 71, Lot 15, Grave 3. Noted: Birth: Aug., 1820; Death: Dec. 16, 1894; New York, USA; Died of softening of the brain. Source is Albany Rural Cemetery records. Also named on tombstone: Eleanor Boomer Meredith (1824 - 1880); Mary A. Meredith Brownell (1851 - 1888); Sophie E. Meredith Carver (1853 - 1916); Richard Boomer Meredith (1855 - 1893); and Martha J. Meredith (1862 - 1905).

Children with Ellen BOOMER b. ca. 1822, d. 3 Feb 1880

DaughterMary Ann MEREDITH b. ca. 1851, d. 1888
SonRichard Boomer MEREDITH b. ca. 1856, d. 10 Apr 1893
SonGeorge Lonking MEREDITH b. 3 Oct 1857, d. 7 Sep 1929
DaughterSophia Eleanor MEREDITH b. ca. 1860, d. 1916
DaughterMartha Jane MEREDITH b. ca. 1863, d. 9 Oct 1905

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S1875] Marriage announcement: Meredith-Boomer; Newry Telegraph 30 May 1850, pg. 3
  3. [S1877] Menands, New York, Albany Rural Cemetery Burial Cards, 1791-2011. Ancestry.com [database on-line]
Last Edited8 Aug 2017

Sarah MEREDITH1

F, #1434, b. September 1822, d. 1876

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

Sarah MEREDITH was born in Sep 1822 in Ireland. She was baptised on 16 Jul 1825 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G She married James GRAY, son of James GRAY and Elizabeth, on 16 Oct 1841 in Maryborough Church, Co. Laois, Ireland. Sarah MEREDITH died in 1876, at age ~54, in Roscrea, Tipperary, Ireland.

Children with James GRAY b. ca. 1818, d. 8 Oct 1909

DaughterElizabeth Catherine GRAY b. 20 Mar 1843
SonRichard GRAY b. 17 Jul 1844, d. 7 Jan 1898
SonJohn Samuel GRAY b. 1 Nov 1845
SonJames GRAY b. 15 Mar 1847, d. 28 May 1901
SonFrederick Thomas GRAY b. 22 Jul 1848
SonHenry Alexander (Harry) GRAY b. ca. 1850, d. aft. 1930
DaughterMary Ann GRAY b. 1855, d. 1916
SonRobert Wallace GRAY b. 1857
DaughterSarah GRAY b. 26 Mar 1859, d. 18 Feb 1941
DaughterFrances Ralph GRAY b. 9 Jul 1861, d. 10 Nov 1935

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited17 Jan 2017

Jane G. MEREDITH1

F, #1435, b. 30 January 1825, d. 14 June 1901

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

Jane G. MEREDITH was born on 30 Jan 1825 in Ireland. She was baptised on 16 Jul 1825 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G She married John M. DAWSON. Jane G. MEREDITH died on 14 Jun 1901, at age 76, in Manhattan, New York, USA.G2 She was buried in Clinton Cemetery, New Jersey.G2
In the 1900 census Jane is said to have immigrated to the USA in 1848. It also states that she had given birth to 7 children, only one of whom was still living. She lived on 10th Avenue in Manhattan with her daughter Elizabeth and two other young people said to be her children. Could they have been grandchildren, presumably children of a deceased daughter? The two were James Curran born Ohio August 1872, Rail Road Clerk and Emma Curran born Ohio May 1877, Actress; their father born England, mother born NY. I did find these two with their parents in 1880 living in Cleveland: J.B. Curran 41 born England (no stated occupation), Emma R. Curran 30 born NY, James B. 7 and Emma 3, both children born Ohio. Could Emma be a younger child of the Dawsons, born NY? It seems unlikely, as in 1860 the Dawson household consisted of only John, Jane and their daughter Elizabeth, then 11. However, if Jane did indeed have 7 children, then we are missing one of them? The genealogy prepared by Lawrence Bellman shows only 6 children, 4 of whom are presumed to have died very young as they have not been identified on any USA census records. ?

Children with John M. DAWSON b. ca. 1816, d. 20 May 1886

DaughterMeredith DAWSON
DaughterSarah DAWSON
SonJohn Wesley DAWSON
SonRichard DAWSON
DaughterAnn (Annie) DAWSON b. ca. 1846, d. 26 Jun 1872
DaughterElizabeth (Lizzie) DAWSON b. Oct 1848
DaughterEmma? DAWSON? b. ca. 1850

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S1627] New York, New York City Municipal Deaths, 1795-1949, database, FamilySearch.org
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

Maria MEREDITH1

F, #1436, b. 14 March 1827

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

Maria MEREDITH was born on 14 Mar 1827 in Ireland. She was baptised on 29 Apr 1827 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

Elizabeth MEREDITH1

F, #1437, b. 1829

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

Elizabeth MEREDITH was born in 1829 in Ireland. She was baptised on 29 Mar 1829 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G She married William BRAMWELL.

Children with William BRAMWELL b. Nov 1818

DaughterAnne BRAMWELL b. May 1852
SonWilliam BRAMWELL b. ca. 1855
ChildForester BRAMWELL b. ca. 1857
SonJohn Edward (Edward) BRAMWELL b. Jan 1861
SonSamuel W. BRAMWELL b. Feb 1863, d. bef. 1920
DaughterLillian BRAMWELL b. Jul 1867
DaughterEmily Grace? BRAMWELL b. ca. 1874

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

John William MEREDITH1

M, #1438, b. 9 August 1830

Parents

FatherRichard MEREDITH b. ca. 1792, d. 3 Jun 1850
MotherAnne GREENE b. 4 Apr 1799, d. 29 Jun 1856

Biography

John William MEREDITH was born on 9 Aug 1830 in Ireland. He was baptised on 7 Nov 1830 in Lea Parish, Portarlington.G He married Anne GRAY.

Child with Anne GRAY

DaughterElizabeth MEREDITH

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

Richard THOMPSON1

M, #1439, b. about 1845

Biography

Richard THOMPSON was born ca. 1845 in Ireland. He married Esther MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Mary MEREDITH, on 7 Sep 1875 in Mountrath Parish, Queen’s Co., Ireland.2

Children with Esther MEREDITH b. 8 Apr 1849

SonJoseph THOMPSON b. 22 Nov 1876
SonThomas THOMPSON b. 13 Sep 1879

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S465] Parish register
Last Edited23 Apr 2017

George Bolton MEREDITH1

M, #1440, b. about 1834, d. 25 September 1906

Parents

FatherJohn MEREDITH b. ca. 1800, d. bef. 1860
MotherAnne BOLTON b. ca. 1800, d. ca. 1860

Biography

George Bolton MEREDITH was born ca. 1834 in Queen's Co., Ireland.G He married Martha CLAXTON on 23 Jun 1859 in Roskelton Parish, Queen's County, Ireland.2 George Bolton MEREDITH died on 25 Sep 1906 in Franklin, Parry Sound District, Ontario. He was buried in St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery, Muskoka.
George was a resident of Clondarrig, Clonenagh Parish, at the time of his marriage in 1859. This was the same time as Plot #1 in Clondarrig was passed from Anne Meredith to George Meredith. However, a year later the land passed to Representatives of Anne. George evidently emigrated to Canada at that time as he was enumerated in Essa tp, Simcoe county, Canada West (Ontario) in 1861: Essa Tp, Simcoe County: Div. 3, p. 27, line 31:?Miredeth, George, born Ireland, English Church, age 24, Male, Married [there were no others listed in the household, apparently George initially came to Canada alone and Martha followed after this census was recorded].?In 1871 George and his wife Martha lived in Tosorontio, Simcoe County: SIMCOE SOUTH, Sub-district: Tosorontio. Div: 2, p. 28; Microfilm reel: C-9961?MERIDETH , GEORGE: Male, 37, Birthplace: IRELAND, Religion: Church of England, Anglican, Farmer; Martha, 25, born Ireland; Robert, 8, born Canada; William, 7, born Canada; also in household Amelia Robinson, 45, born Ireland.?In the 1872 Gazeteer & Directory for Simcoe County, George Meredith is on Lot 3 of the1st Concession, not far from Thomas and Edward Meredith who were on Lot 2 of the 2nd (sons of John Meredith and Jane Wilkinson, presumed to be cousins of George).?In 1881 George is listed as a widower and he and his sons were in Sinclair & Franklin tp, Muskoka, Ontario, Film C-13243; District 131; Sub-district L; p. 12; household 55.?Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion?George MEREDITH W Male Irish 46 Ireland Farmer Presbyterian?Robert MEREDITH Male Irish 18 O Farmer Presbyterian
William MEREDITH Male Irish 17 O Farmer Presbyterian?And in 1891 George is still a widower, age 59, farmer; Robert is 28; William is 26. Also in the household is William Shaw, 14, born Ontario. They are in the "Franklin, Sinclair and Chaffey subdistrict of Muskoka/Parry Sound" (film #T-6354, p. 3, line 12, family 10).?I was unable to find either George or Robert in the 1901 census. The death record is for George "Belton" Meredith in the Parry Sound district, born Ireland, age 75 years, 27 days; cause of death indigestion for 18 months (reg'n #22611-1906). Robert shows up in the 1911 census, still in the same area.?Burial record, Muskoka Cemeteries, Sinclair Township: St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery
Headstone reads: George B. Meredith, Died September 25th, 1906, Age 75 years, 29 days
I was sent a brief bio. of George taken from a local history book: "Hillside Pioneer Memorial United Church," a centennial history (the write-up includes a photo of George).
"George Meredith was born in 1831 in Queens County, Ireland & came to Canada in 1860 settling at Alliston, Essa Township, Simcoe County, Ontario. In about 1875 he & his wife Martha, and their two sons Robert & William came to locate land in Franklin Twp., Muskoka District. George was Master of LOL #418 at Cain's Corners in 1888 & 1889. Martha died sometime before 1891. Their son William was accidently killed in a hunting accident September 19, 1893. George was the secretary for the Hillside United Church & active as an assessor with the school section for many years. William Proudfoot, a Huntsville architect & builder was commissioned to drawings for the Meredith stone home, built in 1905 on the Portage Road. George died September 25, 1906 & his son Robert continued to live there until his death on May 17, 1922. George & his two sons are buried at Grassmere Cemetery [St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery].
"Robert Meredith bequeathed the farm to Tom Shaw who with his sister had come to live with the Meredith family as teenagers." Perhaps this was the same family as Wm Shaw found in the 1891 census.
For further information see the citations below.3

Children with Martha CLAXTON b. ca. 1838, d. aft. 1874

SonRobert MEREDITH b. 13 Oct 1862, d. 17 May 1922
SonWilliam MEREDITH b. ca. 1864, d. 19 Sep 1893

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S623] Roskelton 1845 Parish Register, records extracted by EJeffers
  3. [S490] Private communication from Susan Evans
Last Edited21 Apr 2017

Martha CLAXTON1

F, #1441, b. about 1838, d. after 1874

Biography

Martha CLAXTON was born ca. 1838 in Ireland. She married George Bolton MEREDITH, son of John MEREDITH and Anne BOLTON, on 23 Jun 1859 in Roskelton Parish, Queen's County, Ireland.2 Martha CLAXTON died aft. 1874.

Children with George Bolton MEREDITH b. ca. 1834, d. 25 Sep 1906

SonRobert MEREDITH b. 13 Oct 1862, d. 17 May 1922
SonWilliam MEREDITH b. ca. 1864, d. 19 Sep 1893

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S623] Roskelton 1845 Parish Register, records extracted by EJeffers
Last Edited21 Apr 2017

John MEREDITH1

M, #1442, b. about 1800, d. before 1860

Parents

FatherRice MEREDITH b. bef. 1780, d. Apr 1823
MotherAnne NEILL b. bef. 1780

Biography

John MEREDITH was born ca. 1800 in Ireland. He was baptised on 25 Mar 1800 in Maryborough, Queen's Co., Ireland.G2 He married Anne BOLTON in 1826 in Diocese of Ossory, Leinster Province, Ireland.3 John MEREDITH died bef. 1860.
John is the first child of Rice and Ann recorded in the parish register--there may have been older children as there were only fragmentary records prior to this date (Register 1793 - 1825, p. 4). He is believed to have been the John Meredith who married Anne Bolton in 1826 (MLB, Diocese of Ossory, IGI), although we have no firm documentation for this. Similarly, not documented that he is the John whose son George married Martha Claxton, but George was from Clondarrig when he married. No other known John seems to be the right age and in 1850 in the Griffiths Valuation an Anne Meredith holds land in Clondarrig, home of Rice and Anne Neill, which was briefly held by a George Meredith. A John Meredith of "Clondarrigmoyle" was registered as a voter in Maryborough East 5 January 1841--probably this man. We have not been able to identify any parish records for this branch of the family other than those indicated. Hence, these relationships are somewhat speculative, but are supported by the finding of a Canadian death registration for son of George giving his full name as "George Belton Meredith."

Child with Anne BOLTON b. ca. 1800, d. ca. 1860

SonGeorge Bolton MEREDITH b. ca. 1834, d. 25 Sep 1906

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S437] Parish Register (1793-1825, #P0799-011), Maryborough, Queens County, Ireland
  3. [S69] IGI - International Genealogical Index; https://familysearch.org/search/collection/igi
Last Edited21 Apr 2017

Mary Anne ALEXANDER1

F, #1443, b. about 1827, d. 2 October 1891

Parents

Biography

Mary Anne ALEXANDER was born ca. 1827 in Ireland. She married Richard MEREDITH, son of John MEREDITH and Esther HILL, on 9 Sep 1848 in Geashill, King’s Co., Ireland.G2 Mary Anne ALEXANDER married William STRONG, son of William STRONG and Margaret, on 11 Aug 1859 in Roskelton Parish, Queen's County, Ireland.3 Mary Anne ALEXANDER died on 2 Oct 1891 in Cappagh, Queen’s County, Ireland.4

Children with Richard MEREDITH b. ca. 1807, d. 1855

DaughterAnne MEREDITH b. ca. 1850
SonAlexander MEREDITH b. 13 Jul 1854, d. 24 Jul 1931
SonRichard William MEREDITH b. 4 Apr 1856, d. 4 Jan 1912

Children with William STRONG b. ca. 1828, d. 10 Apr 1881

SonWilliam STRONG b. ca. 1861, d. 9 Mar 1931
SonJohn STRONG b. ca. 1863, d. 3 Nov 1934
SonElijah STRONG b. 21 Jan 1865, d. 1865
DaughterLucinda STRONG b. 16 Jan 1867, d. 25 Dec 1930
DaughterSusanna STRONG b. 7 Nov 1868
DaughterRebecca Evelyn STRONG b. 21 Dec 1870, d. 25 Sep 1953

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S69] IGI - International Genealogical Index; https://familysearch.org/search/collection/igi
  3. [S465] Parish register
  4. [S492] Death certificate of Mary Anne Strong, 2 Oct 1891, Mountmellick Registration District; copy in the possession of the author
Last Edited6 Aug 2017

William STRONG1

M, #1444, b. about 1828, d. 10 April 1881

Parents

FatherWilliam STRONG b. ca. 1785, d. ca. 1857
MotherMargaret b. ca. 1798, d. 18 Nov 1873

Biography

William STRONG was born ca. 1828.2 He married Mary Anne ALEXANDER, daughter of John ALEXANDER, on 11 Aug 1859 in Roskelton Parish, Queen's County, Ireland.3 William STRONG died on 10 Apr 1881 in Cappagh, Queen’s County, Ireland.4
For further information see the citations below.2

Children with Mary Anne ALEXANDER b. ca. 1827, d. 2 Oct 1891

SonWilliam STRONG b. ca. 1861, d. 9 Mar 1931
SonJohn STRONG b. ca. 1863, d. 3 Nov 1934
SonElijah STRONG b. 21 Jan 1865, d. 1865
DaughterLucinda STRONG b. 16 Jan 1867, d. 25 Dec 1930
DaughterSusanna STRONG b. 7 Nov 1868
DaughterRebecca Evelyn STRONG b. 21 Dec 1870, d. 25 Sep 1953

Connections

Family Line:Clonenagh Merediths

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/, marriage entry in Roskelton parish register states that he was from Rosenallis, son of William Strong
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  3. [S465] Parish register
  4. [S494] Death certificate of William Strong, 10 April 1881, Mountmellick Registration District; copy in the possession of the author
Last Edited24 Jan 2017

Eliza (Elizabeth) MEREDITH1

F, #1445, d. 26 January 1898

Parents

FatherThomas MEREDITH b. ca. 1805, d. 1890
MotherRebecca PATTISON b. 1 Feb 1805, d. 28 Aug 1894

Biography

Eliza (Elizabeth) MEREDITH was born in Cappagh, Clonenagh Parish, Queens County, Ireland. She was baptised on 10 May 1835 in Ballyfin, Clonenagh Parish.2 She married William COBBE on 3 May 1865 in Mountrath, Queen’s Co., Ireland.G3 Eliza (Elizabeth) MEREDITH died on 26 Jan 1898 in Morett, Queen's Co., Ireland.G4 She was buried in Coolbanagher churchyard.5

Children with William COBBE b. 1808, d. 9 May 1899

SonThomas COBBE b. 30 Jul 1872, d. 31 May 1932
DaughterRebecca COBBE b. 1873
DaughterSusanna COBBE b. 27 May 1874
SonJohn COBBE b. 1875
DaughterSarah COBBE b. 1876
SonWilliam COBBE b. 14 May 1876

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S430] Ballyfin 1821 Parish Register, RCBL #P0859.01
  3. [S447] Mountrath 1837 Parish Register, Clonenagh Parish, records extracted by EJeffers.
  4. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
  5. [S495] Private communication from Patricia Cobbe
Last Edited21 Apr 2017

William COBBE1

M, #1446, b. 1808, d. 9 May 1899

Biography

William COBBE was born in 1808 in Ireland. He married Eliza (Elizabeth) MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Rebecca PATTISON, on 3 May 1865 in Mountrath, Queen’s Co., Ireland.G2 William COBBE died on 9 May 1899, at age ~91, in Queen's Co., Ireland.G He was buried in Coolbanagher churchyard.
For further information see the citations below.3

Children with Eliza (Elizabeth) MEREDITH d. 26 Jan 1898

SonThomas COBBE b. 30 Jul 1872, d. 31 May 1932
DaughterRebecca COBBE b. 1873
DaughterSusanna COBBE b. 27 May 1874
SonJohn COBBE b. 1875
DaughterSarah COBBE b. 1876
SonWilliam COBBE b. 14 May 1876

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
  2. [S447] Mountrath 1837 Parish Register, Clonenagh Parish, records extracted by EJeffers.
  3. [S495] Private communication from Patricia Cobbe
Last Edited21 Apr 2017

John WILKINSON

M, #1447, b. about 1857, d. 23 December 1948

Parents

FatherEdward WILKINSON b. ca. 1822, d. May 1882
MotherEliza MEREDITH b. ca. 1831, d. 29 Oct 1916

Biography

John WILKINSON was born ca. 1857 in Queen's Co., Ireland.G1 He married Margaret Susanna MEREDITH, daughter of Thomas MEREDITH and Rebecca STRONG, on 10 Jul 1890 in Coolbanagher Parish Church, Queen’s County, witnesses George Wilkinson and Matilda Wilkinson.2,3 John WILKINSON died on 23 Dec 1948 in Athy, Co. Kildare, Ireland.G4
John Wilkinson was the son of Edward Wilkinson, who is believed to be the Edward who married Eliza Meredith and who was living at Ballyadams in 1882. John was a farmer living at Ballyadams at the time of his marriage in 1890. He was recorded in the 1901 census as head of household at Monascreeban, Ballyadams, Queen’s County with his wife Margaret, daughter Elizabeth, son Edward, nephew Thomas Meredith, a nurse domestic servant and 32 farm servants. He was enumerated in the 1911 census at Monascreeban, Ballyadams, Queen’s County, and described as a Farmer, aged 54, Church of Ireland. In the same household were: Margaret Wilkinson (wife, 49), Lizzabeth Wilkinson (daughter 18), Edward Wilkinson (son, 10), Violet Mathers (visitor, 15) and Edward Holahan (servant, 27). He was known as “Happy John” Wilkinson.3,5,1

Children with Margaret Susanna MEREDITH b. 31 May 1862, d. 26 Aug 1951

DaughterElizabeth Caroline WILKINSON b. 11 Jul 1892
SonEdward Thomas WILKINSON b. 20 Dec 1900, d. 9 Jun 1928

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S599] 1911 Census of Ireland online http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Queen_s_Co_/Kilcolmbane/Ballycarnan/791674/ accessed Nov 2009
  2. [S605] Family Search, Record Search - Pilot Site, http://pilot.familysearch.org/recordsearch/ accessed Jul 2009
  3. [S1033] Marriage certificate: John Wilkinson and Margaret Susanna Meredith, 10 July 1890, Coolbanagher Parish Church, Queen’s County, Ireland; copy in the possession of the author
  4. [S1462] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
  5. [S1048] National Archives of Ireland, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Kildare/Kilkea/Ballynamony/536999/
Last Edited22 Sep 2016

Mary Ella COLLINGE

F, #1448, b. 3 June 1891

Parents

FatherPercy Thaddeus COLLINGE b. 1864, d. 1899
MotherEsther Ellen MEREDITH b. 24 Feb 1863, d. 6 May 1912

Biography

Mary Ella COLLINGE was born on 3 Jun 1891 in Manitoba.1
For further information see the citations below.2

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S407] 1901 census, 1901 Census of Canada
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited16 Aug 2006

Emeretta Meredith COLLINGE

F, #1449, b. 7 November 1893

Parents

FatherPercy Thaddeus COLLINGE b. 1864, d. 1899
MotherEsther Ellen MEREDITH b. 24 Feb 1863, d. 6 May 1912

Biography

Emeretta Meredith COLLINGE was born on 7 Nov 1893 in Manitoba.1 She married Benjamin Alfred Ephraim SMITH on 4 May 1916 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.G
For further information see the citations below.2

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S407] 1901 census, 1901 Census of Canada
  2. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited11 Jan 2017

Elizabeth BULFIN

F, #1450, b. about 1853, d. after 1911

Biography

Elizabeth BULFIN was born ca. 1853 in Parsonstown, King’s County.G1 She married Thomas MEREDITH, son of William (of Rossnagad) MEREDITH and Esther, on 26 Dec 1879 in Mountrath Parish, Queen’s Co., Ireland.2 Elizabeth BULFIN died aft. 1911.
She was enumerated in the 1911 census as a Grocer’s widow, of Maryborough, aged 69.
For further information see the citations below.3

Connections

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

Citations

  1. [S777] National Archives of Ireland, 1901 Census, 1901 Census of Ireland
  2. [S465] Parish register
  3. [S383] Sharon Haggerty, Website: Haggerty Ancestors and Related Families, http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/
Last Edited10 Mar 2018