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Drumnaconnor/ Drumnaconagher/ Dromnaconagher / Drumnatticonnor/ Dromonticonor/ Dromonticonner/
Droman Iknogher/ Drumtitonor, Drumnavoniher
Townland In Kilmore Parish

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Preamble | links to maps| Family names from Drumnaconnor over the years | Full Griffiths Valuations List of 1863 | Memorials of Registry of Deeds excerpts 1770s | Silcock's Mill workers' Pay Books 1889 & 1890 |

This townland is 5km SE of Ballynahinch near the Downpatrick road. Ordnance Survey Map Ref 21: 40/51 .It comprises 904 acres. I have seen early references to a family from Kilmore with both the Conagher & Connor spellings.
Click here for a map showing Drumnaconnor & surrounding townlands

Email me for a map of Drumnaconnor dated 1830 & 1863. There is a map of 1730 (Hiberniae Delineatio) of Lecale district with only major places mentioned and includes Dromonticonor just north of Kilmore. The lakes appear to be important features (LM1999 p93)

There are four roads through this townland. The Drumnaconagher Road from Teconnaught to Raleagh. The Cumber Road, from the Downpatrick Road to Drumnaconagher Road. The Ballynahinch to Crossgar Road and the road from the Drumnaconagher Road near to Drumaghlis ending at the Ballynahinch to Crossgar Road.
The Cumber Road was known in olden times as the Rocky Road to Dublin. It was main road from Comber to Dublin. Then it was known as Rocks Road then Cumber Road. (B McC)

Drumnaconnor (my choice of spelling) was originally held by the McCartens, Phelemy then Patrick in 1641 (PNDI) then 387 acres was held by Ever Magenis in 1657 (Down Survey map 1657) .Along with Raleagh, they were granted by the Commonwealth by right of conquest and law of arms, to Lieut. Col. James Trail of Tullychin in Killyleagh parish, who had rendered active service in the suppression of the 1641 Rebellion. There is a Deed dated 25 May 1657 & 15 Feb 1657 whereby Cornelius & Samuel Rock, troopers in the L.D. Fleetwood's troop of horse , sold the townland (except for 12 acres of Demesne) to Lt. Col. James Trail for £80. (PNDI) After his death, Drumnaconnor & Raleagh passed to his younger son, Hans. Hans died in Dublin in 1692 leaving his 'corn-mill and tuck-mill' to his eldest son, James. (KPC p 12,19) Rev. Hamilton Trail of Killinchy owned the townland in 1770. Rev. Trail put Drumnaconnor in the hands of Rev. James Mant, Lord Bishop of Down & Connor & Rev. James Hamilton Clewlow in Sept 1775 proper to its sale to Alexander Stewart of Newtownards in Dec 1775 for approx. £3600. (Leases /Deeds LDS film #530913) Other part landlords listed in Freeholders Records were Lord Londonderry (1789) & Marchioness of Downshire (1818) . Click here for sale notice of 15 Jun 1764 for 293 acres by Rev. Hamilton Trail. .

In 1836 there were 3 mills belonging to J. Hill Silcock (see below for a photo) one a corn mill, had the diameter of the wheel 17 feet, another a flax mill ,diameter of the wheel 13 feet and another flax mill with a wheel diameter of 14 feet. There was not a sufficiency of water for any of these mills to work in the summer season. There is a small, very ancient bridge called Lyons Bridge which has one arch 66 feet by 9 feet from one buttress to the other. The arch is almost covered in ivy. There is another bridge over the same water (Ballynahinch River) , the dimension from one buttress to another 129 feet by 20 feet with 2 arches. It also is very old and was repaired in 1833 at the expense of the county.

The main road from Ballynahinch to Downpatrick passes through the townland but it was not in very good order in 1836. The average width was 24 feet and in some places it was dangerously narrow, not exceeding 18 feet in width and when it crosses a bog, the road was raised about 3 feet, without fences at either side.

The Ordnance Survey Memoirs also comment that the farmers appeared to be quiet and industrious. The farms, generally speaking, had a degree of cleanliness about them and that showed that some attention has been paid to their individual comfort. Their diet was strong and good. The farmhouses were mostly thatched but there were many exceptions. The crops were generally in the haggard by the last of October.

The earliest farming families in the area with continuous residence were the Carvills,Greens, Kellys, Marners, Montgomerys Silcocks & Savages with the Stewarts being the major land owners. The other families moved into Drumnaconnor at various times from neighbouring townlands in the parish or from parishes surrounding Kilmore. The Kerrs possibly moved from Broclough whilst still retaining the lease on the land there.

There were 10 new farming families between 1830 & 1864 showing a reasonably transient population. Those replaced could have been evicted for non payment of rent ( the famine years) and those replacing them could have been younger sons from nearby, wanting their own land to farm but still within easy travelling distance to their parents and wider family or they could have been workers at the mill. Between 1864 and 1911 there were 25 new families into the neighbourhood. Most of the farm servants mentioned in the 1911 Census were from families within the parish.


News:
12th January 1839; The Effects of the Big Storm.
At Kilmore: Kilmore and its vicinity have suffered severely from the storm of Sunday night last, houses unroofed, some totally and others partially; several families had to leave their houses and expose themselves almost naked to the "pelting of the pitiless storm." One family especially, with a child unwell and the wife a short time confined had to leave their house and remain exposed to the inclemency of the weather. Rademon Wood has suffered much; one would think that the woodman had set his mark on every large fir and laid it prostrate on the ground; trees that have stood the blast for ages are laid low. One of the pinnacles lately erected on the church tower was blown down and carried through the roof of the Church. A person of the name Carvill, who lives convenient to the church, had his stable blown down and a fine mare much injured with its fall. Scarcely a stack-yard in the neighbourhood but had its contents laid prostrate or scattered to the winds. Lissara flax mill is totally unroofed.


12th September 1874 page 2
On Thursday last, a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. Samuel MONTGOMERY of Drumnatticonnor burning to the ground the bleach mill, now used as office-houses, the upper floor of which was filled with a large amount of unscutched flax, grass seed , flaxseed etc.

1st May 1880 page 2- Infanticide at Drumnatticonnor (Down Recorder newspaper)
Samuel McVeigh found the body in the bog of a child aged 6 weeks. It is estimated that the body had been in the water 8-10 months.
There was a fatal ice accident on the frozen mill-race at Silcock's corn & flax mill, 1 Feb 1870-DR (The boys skitted across the ice to chase geese and fell in- B McC)

According to the 1901 Census there were 73 males & 81 females living in this townland with 119 Catholics , 6 Church of Ireland & 24 Presbyterians. There were 47 dwellings.

According to the 1911 Census, there were 49 dwellings/families listed with 100 males & 110 females living in this townland. 136 Catholics; 7 Church of Ireland; 57 Presbyterians & 10 other denominations.

The Carvill, Davy , Green, Kelly , McRoberts, Marner , Montgomery, Silcock & Stewart families had continuous occupation in this townland from early 1800s to 1911 and beyond.

Some information is in italics; this is oral history, 2002, from Hughie Dougherty (now deceased) and Billy McCaugherty who still lives in Drumnaconnor and have taken a great interest in my work. Many thanks to both of them.

 

Families living in Drumnaconnor: click on a name for more information

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Alderdice Anderson Bailie Bain Bell Boyd  
Brannon/ Brennan Campbell Carlin . Carr/Kerr Carvill  
Cleland Copeland Craig Craney   Davy/ Davey  
Dorian Dumigan Dougherty/ Doherty Dunn Ellison/Allison . English
Farley Fagan Gormley Graham Green Hardy  
Hunter Hutton Johnston Kavanagh Kelly Kerr/ Carr  
Lenaghan McAreavy McCaffrey McCance McCartan McCartney McCaugherty / McCaherty
McClean McClements McClurg McConnell McCoubrey McCullough McGrath
McGraw McKeown McManus McMaster McNeill McRobert McVeigh
Maffet Mageean Maguire Marner Martin Maxwell Montgomery
Moore Morrison Murray Nelson Newell Ogle O'Hare
Poland Pullien Reavy Renton Rice Ringland  
Rodgers Rogan Savage Silcock Smith Stewart  
Thomas Thompson Trail Welshman Wilson .  

 

Please note by the term outhouses, I mean barns, cow byres, storage sheds etc. Indicating it was a farm.

In 1901 Census, Eliza ALDERDICE leased dwelling # 42 from James SILCOCK . It was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the from. There weren't any outbuildings & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Miss Eliza ALDERDICE aged 57 couldn't read or write, no occupation, single with her children Lizzie HUTTON aged 16 a hemstitcher, single & William ALDERDICE aged 10 a scholar. All Presbyterian & others could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Eliza ALDERDICE occupied dwelling #35 which was owned by James Silcock. It was made of stone with a thatched roof with 2 windows facing the front. There weren't any out-houses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Eliza ALDERDICE, aged 56, single; living with her daughter Lizzie Hutton aged 26, a seamstress, single; her son William Alderdice aged 20, a general labourer & her granddaughter Lily Hutton aged 1; all Unitarian Presbyterians


BAILIE; a boy (from Raleagh- B McC) drowned on frozen mill race at Silcock's mill ; 1 Feb 1879 ;DR

In 1863, William BAIN leased a house & 28 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1819 George BELL was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

In 1818 John BOYD was registered as a freehold landholder from Marchioness of Downshire - FR

In 1863, John BRANNAN leased a house & 30 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- & leased out 2 houses next door to James Brennan & James Davy-GV
John BRANNON , farmer of Drumnaconagher & Margaret Ann nee Carroll or Carville; children born: William 20th Apr 1864; Margaret 29th Jun 1866; Mary 25th Dec 1869; CR

James BRANNAN, husband of Mary Fitzimons; father of Margaret Ann b. 24 Mar 1868; registered Ballynahinch
James BRANNON & Mary (Maginnis?) ; son David b. 29 Jun 1864; CR

In 1901 Census James BRENNAN owned dwelling # 21 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 2 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
James BRENNAN aged 40 ,could read only, a farmer & his wife Lizzie aged 28, could read & write & their children Thomas aged 2 & Lizzie aged 7 a scholar. All Catholic .

In 1901 Census, James BRENNAN owned dwelling # 29 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses & the family lived in 5 rooms.
James BRENNAN aged 40 a farmer & his wife Lizzie aged 26 , both could read & write & their children John Joseph aged 4 & Rosaleen aged 3 & Maggy aged 7 months. All children born in Belfast. All Catholic.

In 1911 Census, John BRENNAN owned dwelling #18 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 4 outhouses and the family lived in 5 rooms.
John BRENNAN, aged 50, a farmer; his wife Catherine, aged 44- married 25 years; their children, Mary aged 22 , a preparer in a spinning factory; James, aged 19 an agricultural labourer; John & William aged 12, scholars; Catherine, aged 7, scholar; Maggie aged 3 & Rosaleen aged 11 months.; All Catholics

In 1911 Census, James BRENNAN owned dwelling #47 which was made of stone with a thatched/ wooden roof and 2 windows facing the front. The family lived in 2 rooms.
James BRENNAN, aged 47, an agricultural labourer; his wife Lizzie aged 37- married 20 years; their children Lizzie aged 17, a flax reeler in the linen spinning factory (married Willie Carville -HD); Thomas aged 12 a scholar(married Mary Martin-HD) ; Maggie aged 7 & Susan aged 2 months; all Catholics

In 1911 Census, James BRENNAN owned dwelling #48 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 10 outhouses and the family lived in 5 rooms.
James BRENNAN, aged 54, a farmer; his wife Elizabeth (possible a Rooney-HD) aged 36- married 16 years ; their children John Joseph aged 14 (called John Jo, joined the army, boat sank & he drowned -HD) ; Rosaleen aged 13 (married in Newry-HD) ; Margaret aged 10 (called Maggie-HD) ; Thomas aged 9 ; James aged 8 (called Buddy, married Aggie Green -HD) ; William aged 6; all scholars; Annie Mary aged 4 (married O'Boyle-HD) ; George aged 3 & Elizabeth 2 months (Lizzie married Meaney -HD) (George & Willie married sisters, McCoubreys of Dorans Rock- HD) ; all Catholics

There is a family burying ground for the BRENNANS of 'The Lough' Drumnaconnor in Teconnaught Catholic graveyard.


In 1819 John CAMPBELL was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

There was a family called CARLIN living up the same lane as the Kerrs and the McCaughertys in Cumber Road- B Mcc This would have been between 1864 and 1901 as I can find no reference in the source material.

In 1819 Joseph CARVILL was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 James CARVILL was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

In 1833 James & Joshua CARVILLE leased land- TAB

Joseph CARVILL leased a house & 12 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
James CARVILL leased a house & 11 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
James CARVILL, husband of Isabella Maguire; father of Hugh B. 1868 & Edward b. 1870 & Mary b. 1874; registered Ballynahinch

In 1911 Census, William Henry CARVILL lived in dwelling #7 which was owned by James Reid of Magheralone. It had stone walls, a thatch/wooden roof and had 3 windows facing the front. He had one out-house and the family lived in 2 rooms.
William Henry CARVILL aged 38, agricultural labourer; his wife Alice aged 45 and his daughter Mary Agnes aged 14 , a seamstress ( married Barney Carvill- B Mcc) ; all Catholics

Mass Card; Alice CARVILL died 14 APR 1964 aged 97

(The Carvill family lived up the same lane as the Kerrs and McCaughertys in Cumber Road- B Mcc)


In 1789 Hugh CLELAND was registered as a freehold landholder from Lord Londonderry - FR
In 3-6 Apr 1795 Assizes , James CLELAND appointed High Constable for Co. Down -BN
In 1833 Samuel CLELAND Esq. leased land- TAB
In 1863, John CLELAND leased a plantation of 3 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart & leased out the house & 33 acres next door to Samuel Montgomery & a house to Edward McRobert - GV

In 15 Jun 1764, William COUPLAND leased 9 acres of arable pasture from Rev. Hamilton Trail for annual rent of £5.11.8 ; lease expired 1784 (BN)
In 1816 William COPELAND was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 John COPELAND was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1833, William COPELAND leased -TAB
In 1863, James COPELAND leased a house & 20 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV


In 1833 Gawn CRAIG leased land- TAB
In 1863, Anne CRAIG leased a house from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

(The Craigs lived up the same lane as the Kerrs & McCaughertys in Cumber Road- B McC)

In 1901 Census, Mrs. Mary CRANNEY owned dwelling #4 which was made of stone with a slate roof and 2 windows facing the front. She had 4 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Mrs., Mary CRANNEY aged 45, she could read only, a farmer & a widow; Her children Mary aged 21 a mill worker , single & Maggie aged 19 a mill worker, single & Patrick aged 17 a shoemaker , single. They could read & write. . All Catholic ,

In 1911 Census, Mary CRANEY owned dwelling #4 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof & 2 windows facing the front. She had 3 outhouses and they lived in 2 rooms.
Mary CRANEY aged 67, farmer, widow and her daughter Maggie aged 29, single, a reeler in the flax mill; both Catholics

Cranney's farm was near Kelly's Lough, corner of Cumber & Ballynahinch roads- HD


In 1819 John DAVEY was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1819 Daniel DAVEY was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR; died 20 Jan 1833 aged 74 & buried old Loughinisland graveyard (MIs)

In 1833 Patrick DAVY leased land - TAB
In 1833 Daniel DAVY leased land- TAB
Mary DAVEY died 20 Jan 1833 aged 74; wife of Daniel; MIs Vol 9
In 1863, Daniel DAVY leased a house 29 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart -GV
James DAVY leased a house in 1863 from John Brennan - GV

In 1901 Census, Hugh DAVEY owned dwelling # 14 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses & the family lived in 5 rooms.
Hugh DAVEY aged 40 ,a farmer & his wife Lizzie aged 28. Both Catholic & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, Patrick DAVEY leased dwelling # 35 from John MARNER. It was made of stone with a thatched roof & one window facing the front. He had no outhouses & lived in one room. He was aged 60, a farm labourer, single, Catholic could not read.

In 1901 Census, John DAVEY owned dwelling # 40 which was made of stone with a a slate roof & 4 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses & the family lived in 5 rooms.
John DAVEY aged 48 a farmer & his wife Mary Jane aged 47 & their children John aged 15 a scholar & James aged 12 a scholar & Hugh aged 10 a scholar & Mary aged 7 a scholar. All Catholic & could read & write.

Patrick DAVEY died 7 Jul 1905 aged 86 & was buried in Teconnaught Catholic graveyard.

In 1911 Census, Hugh DAVEY owned dwelling #19 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses and the family lived in 5 rooms.
Hugh DAVEY, aged 58, a farmer; his wife Lizzie aged 47- married 10 years; their children Anna aged 7 ( married Arthur O'Hare but died young- B Mcc) & Daniel aged 4; all Catholics


Margaret DORIAN of Drumnaconnor; relative of Catherine Marner who was b. 1815; LCPR
In 1863 William DORIAN leased a house & 9 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1901 Census, William DORRIAN owned dwelling # 12 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 2 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
William DORRIAN aged 70, could not read, a farmer & a widower. Living with his son-in-law John BRENNAN aged 37 a labourer ,married & his wife Catherine aged 35 , both could read & write,& their children,Mary Brennan aged 13, a scholar could read & write & Joseph aged 7 ,a scholar who could read only (killed in WW1- B Mcc)& Agnes aged 5 & John aged 2 (killed in WW1- B M cC) & William aged 2 & Rose aged 2 months. All Catholic.


In 1863, William DOHERTY leased a house & 34 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV
Miss Minnie DOHERTY of Drumnaconnor;1st marriage in new Teconnaught chapel ;married Robert John Leahy in 1899; TCC p 20
Thomas DOUGHERTY of Drumnaconnor; husband of Lizzie Marner who was b. 1887; father of Hugh Dougherty:(1901 Census).
In 1911 Census, Thomas DOUGHERTY owned dwelling #8 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 3 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Thomas DOUGHERTY aged 30, farmer his wife Lizzie aged 24 and son, **Hugh aged under one month (Hughie, aged 91 has been helping me with my research) . They were married one year and were all Catholics.

Dougherty's old house in Drumnaconnor
**Hughie Dougherty aged 91
Dougherty family's old house in Drumnaconnor.

In 1819 Patrick DUMIGAN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1819 Thomas DUMIGAN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1833, Charles DUMIGAN leased land- TAB
In 1833, Patrick DUMIGAN leased land- TAB
In 1833, William DUMIGAN leased land - TAB

In 1863, Thomas DUNN leased a house & forge from Christina Silcock- GV

15 Jun 1764, James ELLISON leased 13 acres of arable land from Rev. Hamilton Trail , leased expired Nov 1772 (BN)
In 1789 James ELLISON listed as a Freehold farmer from Alexander Stewart -FR
In 1819 Matthew ELLISON was registered as a freehold landholder from James Ellison - FR

In 1863, James ENGLISH leased a house from John McCaherty- GV

In 1911 Census, William FAGAN owned an uninhabited dwelling #46.

In 1863, Alexander FARLEY leased a house from Chrina Silcock near the mill- GV

In 1911 Census, James GORMLEY occupied dwelling #10 which was owned by William McCaherty. It had stone walls with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. There weren't any outhouses and he lived in 3 rooms by himself.
James GORMLEY aged 28, single, a cattle dealer who was born in Co. Tyrone; Catholic

In 1901 Census, Hugh George GRAHAM owned dwelling # 38 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 3 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Hugh George GRAHAM aged 44, a farmer & his wife Agnes aged 45 & their children Isabella aged 16 a dressmaker, single & James aged 15 a painter, single & William aged 13 a scholar & Mary Agnes aged 11 a scholar & Helena aged 8 a scholar & Hugh George aged 5 a scholar & Samuel aged 2. All Presbyterian & the older ones could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Hugh George GRAHAM, owned dwelling #30 which was made of stone with a slate tiled roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
Hugh George GRAHAM, aged 53, a farmer; his wife Agnes aged 55- married 27 years; their children Mary Agnes aged 21, a seamstress; Helena aged 18, a seamstress; Hugh George aged 16, farmer's son; Samuel aged 12 scholar; all Presbyterians

Graham's farm was near Silcock's Mill near the Ballynahinch to Crossgar road- HD


15 Jun 1764; leased 67 acres of arable pasture & 2 acres of bog from Rev. Hamilton Trail for an annual rent of £34.17.8 ; leases expired Nov 1783 & 1785 (BN)
2-5 May 1775 cottage sold at auction by Rev. Hamilton Trail to Luke GREEN -BN
Rev. Hugh GREEN was born in Drumnaconnor and ordained in 1789, afterwards he went to Paris. He returned because of the Revolution and became curate in Kilmegan then parish priest in Saintfield where he erected the chapel in 1801 and Carrickmannon in 1807. He was waylaid by Orangemen some years before his death and received a beating from which he never recovered. He died 5th December 1834 and was buried in Magheradrool old graveyard. (O'Laverty Vol 1 p 377). Hugh Green of Drumnaconnor was executor of his will.

In 1816 Patrick GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR (twice)
In 1819 Hugh GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1819 James GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Arthur Green - FR
In 1819 Niece (sic) GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Arthur Green - FR
In 1819 Patrick GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1819 John GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR (twice)
In 1819 Luke GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1819 James GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from John Green - FR
In 1819 Luke GREEN was registered as a freehold landholder from Patrick Green - FR

In 1833, Hugh GREEN junior & senior & James, John, Luke & Patrick (junior & senior) GREEN leased land.-TAB
Patrick GREEN of Drumnaconnor: assaulted 25 Jun 1853 ; DR*

Robert GREEN leased a house & 12 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV
Patrick GREEN leased a house & 11 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
James GREEN leased a house & 11 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Luke GREEN leased a house & 12 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
John GREEN (a mason) leased a house & 14 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
John GREEN (Pipe) leased a house & 14 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Hugh GREEN (Luke) leaased a house & 6 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-G V
Bernard GREEN senior leased 3 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Bernard GREEN senior & Hugh GREEN senior leased houses & 25 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Hugh GREEN junior leased a house & 17 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
John GREEN (Rock) leased a house & 13 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Patrick GREEN leased a house in 1863 from William & Blakely Hunter


9 Nov 1866, Ann (Nancy) GREEN, aged 19, daughter of Bernard GREEN, a farmer, was married to John Flinn of Teconnaght in Kilmore Catholic Chapel by Rev. Patrick McCartan. Susan GREEN was a witness.


In 1901 Census, Hugh GREEN owned dwelling # 8 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Hugh GREEN aged 39, could not read, a farmer. His wife Bridget aged 39, could not read & daughter Kate aged 13 a scholar could read & write . All Catholic

In 1901 Census Mrs. Margaret GREEN owned dwelling # 9 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. She had 5 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
Mrs. Margaret GREEN aged 71, a farmer & widow. Her daughter Catherine aged 36, no occupation listed, single. Both Catholics & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, Bernard GREEN owner dwelling # 16 which was made of stone with 2 windows facing the front; He had 3 outhouses & lived in 2 rooms. He was aged 75, a farmer, single could not read, Catholic .

In 1901 Census, Mrs. Ellen GREEN owned dwelling # 17 which was made out of stone with a thatched roof & no windows facing the front. He had 2 outhouses & lived in one room. She was aged 64 ,a farmer & widow, Unitarian & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, John GREEN owned dwelling # 18 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 5 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
John GREEN aged 65 a farmer & his wife Cathrine (nee Davey- B Mcc) aged 60, a dressmaker & their children Agnes aged 24 ,a farmer's daughter & Daniel aged 18, a farmer's son. All Catholic & could read & write. (Another daughter, Mary Ann married William McCaugherty of Drumnaconnor; another, Catherine married John Rice of Drumnaconnor in 1888. Their farm was at The Rocks near Heron Lake- B McC)

There is a John GREEN of Drommatticonnor, family burying place in Teconnaught Catholic graveyard

In 1901 Census Mrs. Catherine GREEN owned dwelling # 26 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. She had 3 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
Mrs. Catherine GREEN aged 69, a farmer & widower & her children Patrick aged 39 a labourer, single & Mary Ann aged 39 a seamstress, single & James aged 32 a labourer, single & Taby (f) aged 27 at home, single & Catherine aged 24 at home, single. Also Catharine GREEN aged 20 ,a niece, at home & single. All Catholic & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, James GREEN, owned dwelling # 32 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 4 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
James GREEN aged 33 a farmer, single & his brother Robert aged 28, a farmer & his sisters Maggie aged 30 a farmer & Agnes aged 24 a farmer. All Catholic & could read & write.

There is a family burying ground of James GREEN of The Hill in Teconnaught Catholic graveyard.

In 1911 Census, John GREEN owned dwelling #11 which was made of stone/ brick with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
John GREEN aged 77, a farmer; his wife Catherine aged 74- they were married 45 years; daughter Aggie Green aged 28, single & granddaughter Aggie Rice aged 10 a scholar (connected to John Rice, below- B Mcc; all Catholic.

In 1911 Census, Hugh GREEN owned dwelling #15 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Hugh GREEN aged 45, farmer; his wife Bridget aged 50- married 22 years and a boarder Annie Green aged 7; all Catholic.

In 1911 Census, James GREEN owned dwelling #22 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
James GREEN, aged 44, a farmer; his wife Margaret Ann aged 31- married 7 years; their children James aged 5; John aged 4; Robert aged 3; Samuel aged 1; also a farm servant, John GELSON, aged 21, single; All Catholic

In 1911 Census, Robert GREEN, owned dwelling #23 which was uninhabited but had 4 outhouses

In 1911 Census,Maggie GREEN occupied dwelling #24 which was owned by James GREEN & was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. She had 5 outhouses
Maggie GREEN, aged 37, a grocer, single; her niece Maggie CARVIL aged 5 was living with her ; Both Catholic

In 1911 Census, James GREEN owned dwelling #41 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 5 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
James GREEN, aged 40, a farmer; his wife Rose aged 25; his brother Patrick GREEN aged 50; all Catholic

In 1911 Census, Catherine (Kate) GREEN occupied dwelling #42 which was owned by James GREEN. It was made of stone/ brick with thatched roof and no windows facing the front. She didn't have any outhouses and lived in one room.
Catherine GREEN, aged 38, single, a preparer in spinning factory; Catholic

26 Sep 1911- .... Green stabbed his neighbour Rice in the face & neck - DR*

Mass Card; Catherine GREEN d. 16 June 1967 aged 77


In 1863, Susan HARDY leased a house from Samuel Montgomery - GV

William & Blakely HUNTER leased 2 houses & 47 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart & leased out the house next door to Patrick Green-GV ( Blakely Hunter was originally from Magheraknock- B Mcc)

In 1901 Census, Blakely HUNTER , owned dwelling #1 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 9 outhouses and the family occupied 5 rooms.
Blakely HUNTER; aged 75 ,a farmer. His wife Ellen aged 62, farmer's wife; Their children James aged 35, farmer's son single & Lena aged 25 farmers' daughter, single & Mary aged 27 farmer's daughter, single. Also William MULHOLLAND aged 18 Catholic, farmer servant, single. All Presbyterian and could read & write .


In 1911 Census; James HUNTER owned dwelling #1 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 13 out- houses. The family occupied 7 rooms.
James HUNTER aged 45, a farmer; his wife Eleanor aged 29 ; children , John aged, 4; Johnston aged 3 and son, Shaw aged 2 (Shaw worked in a shop in Ballynahinch then emigrated and died in Australia -HD & B Mcc); all Presbyterians


In 1819 James HUTTON was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1833, James HUTTON leased land- TAB

In 1901 Census, Mrs. Maria JOHNSTON owned dwelling # 10 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 2 windows facing the front. She had 8 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Mrs. Maria JOHNSTON aged 59 ,a farmer & widow; her son David aged 30 a farm labourer, single, Both Presbyterian & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, David JOHNSTON owned dwelling #16 which was made of stone/ brick with a slate tiled roof and 3 windows facing the front . He had 10 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
David JOHNSTON aged 40, farmer; his wife Agnes aged 39- married 7 years; their children Francis aged 6, Mary aged 4 ( married William Orr- B Mcc) , Anna Maria aged 2 & John aged 5 months; his mother Maria Johnston aged 73 a widow; all Presbyterians


In 1816 Henry KELLY was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 James KELLY was registered as a freehold landholder from Patrick Green - FR

In 1833, Bernard, John & Thomas KELLY leased land-TAB

Edward KELLY leased a house in 1863 from John Montgomery-GV
Hugh KELLY (Moss Road) leased a house & 6 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Hugh KELLY on the Hill) leased a house & 12 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Thomas KELLY leased a house & 24 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart- G V

26 Nov 1898, Thomas KELLY with Patrick Rogan charged at Seaforde Petty Sessions with assault on George McKinley, sentence to 2 months hard labour

In 1901 Census, Hugh KELLY senior owned dwelling # 24 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 5 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses & the family lived in 4 rooms.
Hugh H. KELLY aged 74 a farmer with his daughter Lizzie aged 34, single & James O'HARE aged 34 a servant, married. All Catholic & could read & write.
(Hugh was known as 'the teaman'; his sons emigrated to Australia and Canada.Lizzie Kelly and James O'Hare eventually married. - BMcC)

In 1901 Census, Hugh KELLY owned dwelling # 30 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 9 outhouses & the family lived in 4 rooms.
Hugh KELLY aged 50 a farmer & his wife Margaret (nee McCaugherty, B McC) aged 35 .Both Catholic & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, Thomas KELLY owned dwelling # 5 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 5 windows facing the front. He had 9 outhouses & the family lived in 8 rooms.
Thomas KELLY aged 47 , a retired farmer & superannuated from Prudential Mill; his sister Sarah aged 51. Also Elizabeth SKILLAN aged 23 domestic servant single. All Catholic & could read & write.
Hugh KELLY papers re tenant agreement dated 1903 PRONI -D1825/E/7)


In 1911 Census, Thomas KELLY owned dwelling #5 which was built of stone/ brick with a slate tile roof and 5 windows facing the front. He had 12 outhouses and the family lived in 8 rooms.
Thomas KELLY aged 57, farmer & Post Office official living with his sister Sarah aged 61 and Henry Mulholland aged 30 a farm servant & Catherine Green aged 22 ,a general servant; all Catholics
(Thomas Kelly lived on top of the hill, overlooking Kelly's Lough- B McC)

In 1911 Census, John KELLY owned dwelling #44 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front; He had 5 outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
John KELLY, aged 47, a pensioner from Royal Ulster Constabulary; his wife Mary aged 47- married 20 years; both Catholic


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In 1863, Edward KERR leased a house & 13 acres from Alexander J.R. Stewart - GV

John Jenings of Loughinisland; witness in 1888- document of Joseph KERR of Drumnaconagher; PE
Edmond Murphy agent to James Silcock 1896- collected rent from Joseph KERR; PE

In 1901 Census, Joseph KERR owned dwelling # 23 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. It had 5 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
*Joseph KERR aged 45, a farmer & his wife Maggie aged 40 a dressmaker & their children *Mary aged 15 a dressmaker & Edward aged 13 a scholar & Norah aged 11 a scholar & Alice aged 9 a scholar & John aged 6. All Catholic & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Joseph KERR owned dwelling #9 which was made of stone with a thatched/ wooden roof (this roof was replaced by slate in 1943- B M cc) and 3 windows facing the front . He had 5 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
Joseph KERR aged 56, farmer, a widower, with his children Mary aged 24, single & Norah aged 20, a flax preparer in the linen spinning factory & John aged 16, farmer's son who spoke both Irish & English; all were Catholics and could read & write. 6 children had been born to the family with 4 still alive.
( John changed his name to Ambrose . One day he was at the fair in Ballynahinch, drank a little too much and was press ganged into the British Navy. When he gained consciousness and realised what had happened, he jumped overboard and drowned. His body was washed up in Morecombe Bay, Lancashire in 1916- B McC)

Mary Marner & Ned Kerr of Drumnaconnor
Mrs. Mary Marner (nee Kerr) 1885- 1966 and her brother Ned Kerr 1888- 1962 ,outside their home at Drumnaconnor c. 1960 - now demolished
Heron Lough
This is the view of Heron Lough looking south from the Kerr house on the hill at Drumnaconnor. Seven families lived up this lane in 19th century - The Kerrs, three families of McCaugherty, the Carvilles, Carlins and Craigs. To the left of the lough you can see the buildings where the Brennan, Green and Maguire families lived.

 

 


James LENAGHAN accused of robbery & murder but escaped, reward offered 17 Sep 1795 -NS

In 1863, Thomas McCANCE leased a house & 21 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1901 Census, Thomas McCANCE owned dwelling # 3 which was made of stone with a slate roof and 5 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
Thomas McCANCE aged 66 a farmer & his wife Isabella McCance aged 70; Both Presbyterian & could read & write.
(The McCance farm was sold to McManus then to James & William McNamara then to Patsy Kelly who lived there in 2002- B Mcc)


In 1863, John McCARTON leased an office & 8 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1901 Census, James McCARTAN owned dwelling # 36 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 1 outhouse & the family lived in 2 rooms.
James McCARTAN aged 35 a farmer, single & his sister Eliza McCAFFREY aged 50 a widow. Both Catholic & could read & write.


In 1911 Census,James McCARTAN owned dwelling #28 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
James McCARTEN, aged 55, a farmer; his wife Elizabeth aged 37- married 1 year; both Catholics.
(The McCartan farm was next to the Montgomerys on the Drumnaconnor road between Teconnaught and Cumber Road- B Mcc)


In 1901 Census, James McCARTNEY leased dwelling # 47 from James SILCOCK .It was made of stone with a thatched roof & no outhouses. The family lived in 2 rooms.
James McARTNEY aged 44 ,a kilnman & his wife Cathrin aged 36 & their children William aged 13 a scholar & Sarah I. age d 6 a scholar, all could read & write & Mary A. aged 3 & Maria aged 1 & baby daughter aged 1 month & John aged 4. All Presbyterian .

In 1911 Census, James McCARTNEY occupied dwelling # 38 which was owned by James Silcock. It was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. There weren't any outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
James McCARTNEY, aged 55, a general labourer; his wife Catherine aged 45- married 24 years; their children Sarah aged 16; John aged 14, a general labourer; Maria aged 11, scholar; Maggie aged 10 scholar; Minnie aged 8, scholar; Lizzie aged 7, scholar; all Presbyterian

In 1863, James McCAHERTY leased a house & half acre from Alexander J.R.Stewart (where Billy McCaugherty is now in Cumber Road -B McC).
John McCAHERTY leased a house & 52 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart & leased out the hiouse next door to James English- GV ( There were three McCaugherty families living up that lane, headed by Maggie McCaugherty, Roger McCaugherty and James McCaugherty - B McC)

In 1901 Census, Thomas McCAHERTY owned dwelling # 2 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 5 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses and the family lived in 5 rooms.
Thomas McCAHERTY aged 52 a farmer, single. Living with John KAVANAGH, aged 40, farm servant, single & Catherine McCAHERTY aged 49, domestic servant , single. All were Catholics & could read & write.

In 1901 Census, William McCAHERTY (son of James above- B Mcc) owned dwelling # 22 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 10 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
William McCAHERTY aged 37 (died 1934 aged 70 -B Mcc), a farmer & his wife Mary Ann (Green) aged 32 their children John aged 4 & Mary aged 2 & Catherine aged 1 ( married Mr. Thomas and died in Northumberland-B Mcc). Also Edward ROGAN aged 26, a farm labourer, single & Sarah HAGAN aged 15 a domestic servant. All Catholic & could read & write.

Roger McCAUGHERTY will probated 3 Aug 1910 PRONI D2127/116)

In 1911 Census, William McCAUGHERTY/ McCAHERTY owned dwelling #2 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof & 6 windows facing the front. He had 18 outhouses The family occupied 6 six rooms.
William McCAUGHERTY aged 48, farmer; his wife Mary Ann aged 42; children John aged 14, Mary aged 12 (a tall girl, married Walter Bruce- HD) Catherine aged 11 (Kitty became a nurse- HD) , Eliza aged 9 (called Lil -HD) , Sarah aged 7(called Sal- HD) , Susan aged 2; servants Agnes Green aged 41, single & Hugh Green aged 12; all Catholics

In 1929, a Miss McCaherty from Drumnaconnor , aged 27, married Patrick Byrne aged 43 , from Leedaun (?) Co. Down & a US citizen from Illinois (Irish Gleanings)

(William McCaugherty was the father of Adrian, Marion, Billy, Joan , Clare and Paula. His father married Mary Ann Green who was the daughter of Jack Green and Catherine Davey. William worked in the Colorado mines for a few years and died in a hit and run accident on the Downpatrick Road- B McC)

Billy McCaugherty of Drumnaconnor 2002
Billy McCaugherty of Drumnaconnor in 2002- local farmer & interested in local affairs.

In 1863, John McCLEAN leased a house & 13 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

This farm was near Heron's Lough- HD


In 1901 Census, Robert McCLEMENTS leased dwelling # 43 from James SILCOCK. It was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. There were no outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Robert McCLEMENTS aged 51 a miller & his wife Mary Jane aged 44 & their children Agnes aged 24 a hemstitcher, single & Robert aged 18 a miller, single & Lily aged 17 a hemstitcher, single & William J. aged 15 a scholar all could read & write & Alfred aged 5 . Also his aunt Miss Sharlotte ARMSTRONG aged 54, 'at home', single, deaf. All Presbyterian.

William McCLURG (a labourer); father of Mary Jane who married John Carson 12 Feb 1850 in Kilmore Presbyterian Church -CR- Neil Irwin



In 19 Jan 1773, John McCONNELL awarded prize at Kilmore/Rademon Classical School (BN)
6 Jul 1798 , James McCONNELL was awarded a prize at Kilmore/ Rademon Classical School (BN)

In 1863, Samuel McCONNELL leased a house at Silcock's Mill from Christina Silcock - GV; husband of Sarah Jane; father of John, Mary Ann & Sarah Jane. John became a shopkeeper in Raleagh ( Neil Irwin)

In 1911 Census, Sarah McCONNELL occupied dwelling #37 which was owned by James Silcock. It was made of stone with a slate tile roof and 2 windows facing the front. There weren't any outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
Sarah McCONNELL , aged 50, widow; her children William James, aged 22 an agricultural labourer; Sarah Jane aged 19. a seamstress; David aged 18, an agricultural labourer; all Presbyterians

 

Robert McCOUBRY ; leased land 1 Nov 1792 - 1798 for an annual rent of £3 from Alexander Stewart Esq. (Rent Roll PRONI D/2327)
Miss Sarah McCOUBRIE- worked at Silcock's Mill & earned 7/11 halfpenny per week 13 Jul 1889 & 7/7 p.w. on 7 Sep 1889 & 5/5 p.w. on 25 Jan 1890 (PRONI- D3616/3/1)

 

In 1816 Joseph McCULLOUGH was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

In 1863, Peter McGRATH leased a house & 4 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1816 Peter McGRAW was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 Michael McGRAW was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 Patrick McGRAW was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 Stephen McGRAW
was registered as a freehold landholder from Peter McGraw- FR

In 1901 Census, John McKEOWN owned dwelling # 41 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
John McKEOWN aged 52 a farmer & his wife Agnes aged 50 & their children Sarah Ann aged 26 at home, single & William aged 22 a farm labourer, single & Maggie aged 20 at home, single & John aged 14 a farm labourer, & Agnes aged 14 a scholar & Christiana aged 12 a scholar & Robert aged 10 a scholar & Helena aged 8 a scholar. All Presbyterian & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, John McKEOWN owned dwelling #32 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms. He also owned dwelling # 33 which was uninhabited but had 4 outhouses. He also owned dwelling # 16 in Drumaghlis townland.
John McKEOWN, aged 65, a farmer; his wife Agnes aged 60- married 40 years; their children John aged 27, single, born in Liverpool; Robert aged 20, single, Lena aged 19, single; all Presbyterians; John died 14 APR 1928 aged 84, his wife Agnes died 31 Oct 1921 aged 71 & their son Robert died 21 Nov 1915 aged 25; all buried Kilmore Presbyterian, Drumaghlis- MIs

McKeown's farm was near Silcock's Mill, off Ballynahinch to Crossgar road- sold to Johnny Rodgers- HD)


In 1911 Census, William McMANUS owned dwelling #3 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof and 4 windows facing the front. He had 4 outhouses The family occupied 4 rooms.
William McMANUSaged 48, farmer, single, living with his brother James aged 40, his sister Margaret aged 45, his sister Mary aged 30; (all single) his parents John McMANUS aged 73 and his mother , Abey aged 72; all Catholics

McManus' farm was near the corner of Cumber & Downpatrick roads- HD.


In 1911 Census, John McMASTER occupied dwelling # 34 which was owned by James Silcock. It was made of stone with a thatched roof with 3 rooms facing the front. There weren't any outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
John McMASTER, aged 53, an agricultural labourer; his wife Maggie aged 49- married 26 years; their children Maggie aged 24 ,a seamstress, single; Jeanie aged 19 , a seamstress; Lizzie aged 15, a seamstress; all Presbyterians

In 1901 Census Richard McNEILL owned dwelling # 34 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses & the family lived in 5 rooms.
Richard McNEILL aged 38 a carpenter & his wife Annie aged 32 , both could read & write & their children John aged 5 a scholar & Robert aged 4 & Jeannie aged 2 & Richard aged 2 months. All Church of Ireland .Also Margaret GRAHAM aged 71, a boarder, single, a Unitarian.

In 1911 Census, Richard McNEILL owned dwelling #27 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 7 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
Richard McNEILL, aged 49, a farmer & carpenter; his wife Jane aged 45- married 7 years; their child Mary aged 6; children of Richard and his dead wife - John aged 15, a scholar; Robert aged 14, a scholar; Jane aged 12, scholar; Richard aged 10, scholar; all Church of Ireland

McNeill's farm was on Drumnaconnor Road between Teconnaught and Cumber Road- HD


Edward McROBERT b: 1787/8, of Drumnaconagher; m. Jane Thompson/Johnston/Johnson; d: 31 Jan 1866, at Drumnaconagher ; children were Hugh, Nancy, John, Edward, James.

Edward McROBERT leased 13 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart - GV
Edward McROBERT leased a house in 1863 from John Cleland-GV


Edward McROBERTS b: 1833/4, Drumnaconagher ; m. Anna Jane Morrison, 1857/8/9, at Fox Lake Baptist Church, Fox Lake, Wisconsin, USA; served with the 8th Wisconsin Volunteers (Eagle Regiment) during Civil War; died 26 Sep 1916; children were James Henry (b: 1858), Emma Jane (b: 1860), Elizabeth (b: 1866), Ann (b: 1869), Edward F. (b: 1875), William George (b: 1877)

In 1901 Census, John McROBERT owned dwelling # 28 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
John McROBERT aged 33 a farmer & his wife Lizzie aged 32 & their children James aged 8 a scholar & Minnie aged 4. Also William McRobert, a cousin aged 45, farmer, single. All Presbyterian & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, John McROBERT owned dwelling #49 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
John McROBERT, aged 43, a farmer; his wife Lizzie aged 42- married 22 years; their children James aged 18; Minnie aged 14; Lizzie aged 9 & John aged 5


In 1863, Samuel McVEY leased a house & 20 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

Samuel McVEIGH of Drumnaconnor 1880; found a child's body in a bog;DR

In 1901 Census, David McVEIGH owned dwelling # 11 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
David McVEIGH aged 66, a farmer with his wife Catherine (possibly Mariner) aged 62 & children Sarah aged 31, no occupation, single & Samuel aged 29 a labourer, single & Patrick aged 20 a labourer, single , All could read & write . Also John DAVEY aged 1 month, a nephew. All Catholic.

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In 1901 Census, John McVEIGH owned dwelling # 15 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
John McVEIGH aged 64, a farmer & his wife Eliza aged 62 & their children Samuel aged 24, farmer's son & Maggie aged 21 farmer's daughter. All Catholic & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Samuel McVEIGH owned dwelling #17 which was made of stone/ brick with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 5 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Samuel McVEIGH aged 38, farmer, single with his brother Patrick aged 30 ( went to USA- B Mcc), farmer's assistant, single and his nephew John aged 10, a scholar; all Catholic

In 1911 Census, Samuel McVEIGH owned dwelling #20 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses
Samuel McVEIGH, aged 34, a farmer; his wife Mary aged 32 was born in England- married 5 years; their children John aged 4 ; Mary aged 2; Lizzie aged 1 & Patrick aged 6 months (married Catherine Hughes- HD)

Samuel McVEIGH died 8 Jun 1942, his wife Mary ( nee Cranney- B Mcc) died 1963; their daughter Lilly died 1957 and were buried Teconnaught Catholic graveyard

(Samuel McVeigh bought McClean's & Green's farms, just west of Heron Lough-HD)


In 1789 James MAFFET was listed as a Freehold farmer from Alexander Stewart -FR

 

Patrick MAGEEAN of Drumnaconnor d. 1763 aged 20; MIs Vol 9

In 1863, Hugh MAGUIRE leased a house & 8 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1901 Census, Mary MAGUIRE owned dwelling # 19 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. She had 3 outhouses & they lived in 2 rooms. She was aged 50 ,a farmer, single with her son Patrick aged 33 , who could not read, a farm labourer. Both Catholic

Hugh MAGUIRE, farmer, died 25 Nov 1882; will probated 17 Dec 1890, executor was Hanna MAGUIRE of Drumnaconnor, spinster


In 1911 Census, Molly MAGUIRE owned dwelling #13 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. She had 2 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Molly MAGUIRE aged 72, farmer, single with her son Patrick Murray aged 41; neither could read and both were Catholic.

The Maguire's farm was near Heron Lough. A large rock there is still called Molly's Rock- HD


In 1770 Edward MARINER leased from Hamilton Trail near Anacram Hill (?) (LDS Film # 530913)
In 1813 & 1816 John MARINER was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1813 & 1816 Edward MARINER was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR (twice)
In 1813 & 1819 John MARINER was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1813 & 1819 Charles MARINER was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

Charles MARNER, a farmer, left a will in 1826
Edward MARRINER died 1827 aged 80 (Kilmore Parish Church burial register)

In 1833, Edward, John & William MARINER leased land.- TAB
Edward MARRINER, a farmer,left a will in 1845
John MARNER of Drumnaconnor; died 26 Feb 1861 aged 63; MIs Vol 9; left effects of under £300; his executor was Rev. Richard Marner CC

Rose MARNER leased a house & 20 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart- G V
John MARNER leased a house & 9 acres in 1863 from from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV
Thomas MARNER leased a house & 37 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-G V
Edward MARNER leased a house & 16 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart-GV

John MARNER, farmer; executor in the will of John Maguire of Magheralone 22 Aug 1878

Thomas MARNER, farmer, died 14 Jan 1892 & left effects of £733.13.6; executor of his will was John Marner of Lisnamore.

In 1901 Census, James MARNER owned dwelling # 33 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
James MARNER aged 51 a farmer & his wife Mary Jane aged 46 & their children Mary Jane aged 23 ' at home', single & Francis aged 21, a farm labourer, single (lived Montgomery's Lane-HD) & Alice aged 17 a dressmaker, single ( remained unmarried, lived near Silcock's Mill, mother of Patrick who died as a young man -HD) & James aged 16, a barman, single (went to Scotland-HD) & Lizzie aged 14, a scholar ( married Tommy Dougherty, mother of Hughie) & Emma aged 12, a scholar (married McKenna, mother of Father McKenna in Dublin-HD) & Agnes aged 10 a scholar & Sarah aged 8 ,a scholar (married Robert Green-HD) & Kathleen aged 6 a scholar ( remained unmarried, a shop assistant, lived with the McKennas in Dublin-HD) All Catholic & could read & write.

James MARNER, farmer, died 14 Dec 1910 & left effects of £288 ; executors of his will were John Dorrian & James Green.

In 1911 Census, Mary Jane MARNER owned dwelling #25 & #26. #25 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. She had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms. #26 was uninhabited and had no outhouses. She also owned farm in Drumaghlis townland in 1911.
Mary Jane MARNER, aged 56, a farmer, widow; her children. Alice aged 27, a dressmaker, single; Agnes aged 20, a bookkeeper, single; Sarah aged 18, farmer's daughter, single; Kathleen aged 16, single & Patrick MARNER, aged 5, her grandson.; All Catholic

Catherine MARNER of Drumnaconnor died May 1914 and was buried Teconnaught Catholic graveyard.

Joseph BRANNIGAN (of Loughinisland, brother of Ned -HD) married Alice MARNER ( daughter of Francis and sister of James-HD) of Drumnaconnor c. 1925; PE


In 1911 Census, Robert MARTIN occupied dwelling #36 which was owned by James Silcock. It was made of stone with a thatched roof and 4 windows facing the front. There weren't any outhouses and the family lived in 3 rooms.
Robert MARTIN, aged 60, an agricultural labourer; his wife aged 60- married 39 years; their children Margaret Ann ARMSTRONG aged 27- married one year; grandson Robert ARMSTRONG aged 1; James aged 20, a general labourer; James aged 17, agricultural labourer; all Presbyterian

11 July 1714, Betty, lawful daughter to James MAXWELL in Dromanaconagher was baptized in Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church (BPCR)
15 Jun 1764, John & Thomas MAXWELL leased 41 acres of arable land from Rev. Hamilton Trail , leased expired Nov 1772 (BN)

In 1789 Hans MONTGOMERY was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In1816 Hugh MONTGOMERY was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 John MONTGOMERY was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR

Hans MONTGOMERY- died 17 Jul 1828 aged 75; husband of Margaret who died 3 Mar 1831 aged 68; father of Hans MONTGOMERY (d. 2 Jul 1848 aged 59) & George MONTGOMERY (d. 6 Feb 1855 aged 48) & Agnes MONTGOMERY (d. 3 Apr 1859 aged 70); buried Rademon Non Subscribing Presbyterian graveyard

Hans , Hugh & John MONTGOMERY; land holders in 1833; TAB

John MONTGOMERY leased offices & 12 acres in 1863 from Alexander J.R.Stewart & leased out 2 houses next door -GV
Jane MONTGOMERY leased a house in 1863 from John Montgomery-GV
In 1863, Samuel MONTGOMERY leased a house & 33 acres from John Cleland & leased out the house next door to Susan Hardy- GV
Samuel MONTGOMERY ; fire at his Drumnaconnor bleach mill, destroyed 12 Sep 1874; DR ( The bleach mill was near The Loop in the Ballynahinch River. Their house was built by a doctor- B McC)

In 1901 Census, Miss Elizabeth MONTGOMERY, owned dwelling # 27 which as made of stone with a slate roof & 7 windows facing the front. She had outhouses & they lived in 6 rooms.
Miss Elizabeth MONTGOMERY aged 49, a teacher at the National school, single, Presbyterian & Lizzie CRAIG aged 34 domestic servant, single, Catholic. Others could read & write.

In 1901 Census, Margaret MONTGOMERY leased dwelling # 37 from Richard McNeill. It was made of stone with a thatched roof. She had 2 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Margaret MONTGOMERY aged 73 a farmer, single ,her brother, Hugh aged 62 a butcher, widower & Nephew Nathaniel aged 23 a butcher. All Unitarians & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Nathaniel MONTGOMERY owned dwelling #29 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 8 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Nathaniel MONTGOMERY, aged 32, a farmer; his wife Maggie aged 31- married 7 years; their children Hugh aged 6; William John aged 5; Mary Jane aged 2 & Margaret aged 3 months; all Unitarian/Presbyterian

Montgomery's farm was on the Drumnaconnor Road, between Teconnaught and the Cumber Road- William's son Nathaniel was a butcher- HD


In 1786 Hugh MOORE was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
Hugh MOORE- will probated 21 May 1791 -IIW#47231
In 1791 John MOORE was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR

 

Henry MORRISON leased 38 acres of arable pasture 15 Jun 1764 from Rev. Hamilton Trail. (BN)
John MORRISON leased 42 acres of arable pasture &7 acres of bog 15 Jun 1764 from Rev. Hamilton Trail; lease expired Nov 1769 (BN)


In 1863, Rose MURRAY leased a house & 13 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1901 Census, Hugh MURRAY owned dwelling # 25 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 5 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Hugh MURRAY aged 62 a farmer & his wife Ann aged 62 their son John aged 26 a farm labourer, single. Also Michael GREEN aged 12, a farm labourer, single. All Catholic & could read & write.


In 1911 Census, Hugh MURRAY owned dwelling #40 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 4 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Hugh MURRAY, aged 73, a farmer, widower; his son John aged 40 & his daughter-in-law Lizzie aged 44- married 8 years; his grandson Hugh aged 7 & granddaughter Sarah aged 4; all Catholic

(The Murray family were originally from Darragh Cross area- B Mcc)


In 1816 Robert NEWELL was registered as a freehold landholder - FR
In 1833, Robert NEWELL leased land here- TAB
In 1863, William NEWELL leased a house & 22 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV; died 9 Apr 1873 aged 74, buried Kilmore Presbyterian, Drumaghlis-MIs

(The Newell farm was at the end of McRobert's lane- B McC)

 

Rev. Moses NELSON/NEILSON leased Marybrook demesne from Rev. Hamilton Trail in 1770s (see Deeds below) . The house was on set fire by arsonists 28 May 1771 and burnt down, reward posted (BN)

In 1789 John OGLE was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In 1819 John OGLE was registered as a freehold landholder - FR
In 1819 Henry OGLE was registered as a freehold landholder from John Ogle - FR
In 1833, Henry OGLE leased land- TAB
In 1833, John OGLE leased land- TAB

10 Jun 1845, Rose OGLE, daulter of John OGLE (farmer of Drumnaticonnor) married Hugh Mariner of Drumnaticonnor in Kilmore Church of Ireland)


In 1911 Census, James O'HARE owned dwelling #43 which was made of stone with a slate tile roof and 5 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
James O'HARE, aged 50, a farmer; his wife Elizabeth (nee Kelly- B Mcc) - married 9 years; their son Arthur aged 11 ( Arthur married Nora Gordon and had a large family- HD) ; all Catholics

(Lizzie Kelly asked William McCaugherty to go to the hiring fair in Ballynahinch and get her a farm servant. He hired James O'Hare aged 17 from Backaderry. They eventually married. - B Mcc)


Arthur POLAND & Widow POLAND leased land in 1833 -TAB

In 1816 Arthur PULLIEM was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR; will probated 4 Aug 1851 IIW # 55122
In 1816 William PULLIEN was registered as a freehold landholder - FR

In 1863, James RENTON leased a house fro m Christina Silcock near the mill-GV

In 1901 Census, Peter RICE owned dwelling # 20 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 1 window facing the front. He had 5 outhouses & the family lived in 2 rooms.
Peter RICE aged 36, a farmer & his sister Mary aged 46, single & his niece Susan REAVY aged 9, a scholar ( Susan married Jim Mulholland-HD) & his aunt Mrs Bridget McAFFERY aged 76 a widow. All Catholic & could read & write

In 1911 Census, Mary RICE owned dwelling #12 which was made of stones with a slate tiled roof and 2 windows facing the front. She had 4 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Mary RICE aged 56, farmer, single with her niece Susan McAreavy aged 16, a flax preparer in the spinning factory, single; both Catholics

In 1911 Census, James RICE owned dwelling #14 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 10 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
James RICE aged 50, farmer; his wife Catherine aged 46- married 2 years; their son Patrick aged 3 ; all Catholic and William Anderson aged 40, farm servant, married, Presbyterian

26 Sep 1911- .... RICE was stabbed in the face & neck by neighbour Green- DR*

Rice's farm was near the corner of the Cumber and Downpatrick roads-HD


In 1816 William RINGLAND was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1863, John RINGLAND leased a kilnman's house from Christina Sillcock- GV

26 Nov 1898, Thomas Kelly with Patrick ROGAN charged at Seaforde Petty Sessions with assault on George McKinley, sentence to 2 months hard labour -DR?

In 1901 Census, Hugh ROGAN leased dwelling # 7 from James REID (The Reid family farmed beside the Rice's, nearby-HD) which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had no outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms
Hugh ROGAN aged 38 ,could not read, a labourer . His wife Ellen aged 37 dressmaker . Also Charley ROGAN a visitor aged 23 a labourer. All Catholic & others could read & write.

In 1911 Census, Patrick ROGAN owned dwelling # 6 which was made of stone with a slate tiled roof and 2 window facing the front. He had 2 outhouses and the family lived in 4 rooms.
Patrick ROGAN aged 42, agricultural labourer; his wife Lizzie aged 39 who was a ruler in the spinning factory; both Catholics

The Rogan farm was on the western side of the corner of Cumber & Downpatrick roads- Jim Rogan had a tobacco shop here HD


In 1901 Census, John RODGERS leased dwelling # 34 from Hugh GREEN. It was made of stone with a thatched roof & 2 windows facing the front. He had 3 outhouses & the family lived in 3 rooms.
John ROGERS aged 30 a farm servant & his wife Ann Jane aged 28 both could read & write & their children Thomas aged 2 & Jane aged 9 months. Also Kate KELLY aged 21 a boarder & dressmaker, single could read & write. All Catholic.

In 1911 Census, John RODGERS occupied dwelling #45 which was owned by James Brennan. It was made of stone with a thatched roof and 2 windows facing the front. He had 1 outhouse and the family lived in 2 rooms.
John RODGERS, aged 38, a farm servant; his wife Ann Jane aged 36- married 12 years; their children Thomas aged 11, scholar; Jane aged 10, scholar ( married a McCormick of Annacloy-HD) ; John aged 8, scholar (married Rosie McLean-HD); Mary Josephine aged 3 & Hugh aged 1 (father of Tucker-HD) ; all Catholic

The Rodger's farm was on the eastern side of the corner of the Cumber and Downpatrick roads- HD


In 1833, John SAVAGE leased land ; TAB


In 1816 Robert SILLCOCK was registered as a freehold landholder from William Ringland - FR
In 1833 Gabriel SILCOCK occupied land- TAB
In 1863, Christina SILLCOCK leased a house, corn & flax mill & kiln & 52 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart & leased out 5 houses next door - GV
J. Hill SILCOCK ;corn & flax mill owner, Drumnaconnor; fatal ice accident on frozen millrace 1 Feb 1879 V17 p 88 OSM; DR
Edmond Murphy -agent to James SILCOCK 1896- collected rent from Joseph Kerr; PE

In 1901 Census, James SILCOCK Esq. owned dwelling # 46 which was made of stone with a slate roof & 5 windows facing the front. He had 30 outhouses & the family lived in 9 rooms. He also owned & leased out dwellings #42-47.
James SILCOCK aged 52 a farmer & his wife Helena aged 45 b. Co Antrim & their children Mary E. aged 18 a scholar & Beatrice L. aged 17 a scholar & James H. aged 14 a scholar & Frederick A. aged 13 a scholar & William C. aged 8 a scholar. All Presbyterian & could read & write.

In 1911 Census, James SILCOCK owned dwelling #39 which was made of stone with slate tiled roof and 5 windows facing the front. He had 23 outhouses and the family lived in 8 rooms.
James SILCOCK , aged 62, a farmer; his wife Helena aged 55- married 34 years; their children Fredrick A. aged 23 & William Victor aged 18; they were Presbyterians; also Elizabeth DUMPHEY, aged 28 was a domestic servant, Catholic

click here for list of Mill workers' pay 1889 & 1890

Silcock's Mill, Drumnaconnor

Silcock's Mill on the Ballynahinch River near the Ballynahinch to Crossgar Road.

In 1901 Census, Robert SMITH leased dwelling # from James SILCOCK. It was made of stone with a slate roof & 2 windows facing the front. He was away from home that night but his wife was Euphemia SMITH aged 70 ,a farmer, Presbyterian, b. Scotland, married.

In 1785 Alexander STEWART Esq. from Newtownards was listed as holding land in fee-FR
In 1833, William H. STEWART Esq. land owner.

In 1863, Alexander J.R. STEWART was the largest land owner in this townland - GV
William STEWART; Testamentary document in PRONI D/21; Drumnaconagher mentioned
Alexander STEWART, Drumnaconagher; document in PRONI D/2327

 

In 1901 Census, John THOMAS owned dwelling # 39 which was made of stone with a thatched roof & 3 windows facing the front. He had 6 outhouses. & the family lived in 2 rooms.
John THOMAS aged 70 a farmer could read only & his wife Margaret aged 76 could read only & their daughter Mary aged 40, at home, single, couldn't read. Also John OWENS aged 21 a farm servant, single could read & write . All Catholic.

In 1911 Census, Margaret Ann THOMAS owned dwelling # 31 which was made of stone with a thatched roof and 3 windows facing the front. She had 4 outhouses and the family lived in 2 rooms.
Margaret Ann THOMAS aged 80, a farmer, widow living with her daughter Mary aged 52, a seamstress, single; both Catholics neither could read.

The Thomas' farm was near Silcock's Mill, off Ballynahinch to Crossgar road- HD. This farm was bought by John Owens- B Mcc)


15 Jun 1764, Joseph THOMPSON leased 8 acres of arable land from Rev. Hamilton Trail (BN)
15 Jun 1764, John THOMPSON leased 20 acres of arable land from Rev. Hamilton Trail for annual rent of £11.0.3 , leased expired Nov 1785 (BN)
In 1789 Joseph THOMPSON was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In 1789 Hugh THOMPSON was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In 1789 William THOMPSON was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In 1789 George THOMPSON was listed as a Freehold farmer-FR
In 1816 Joseph THOMPSON was registered as a freehold landholder from Rev. Moses Nelson - FR
In 1816 John THOMPSON was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 Hugh THOMPSON was registered as a freehold landholder from Joseph Thompson - FR
In 1833 James THOMPSON leased land- TAB
In 1833 John THOMPSON leased land- TAB

In 1654 Lieut. Col. James TRAIL of Tullychin, Killyleagh, was granted the lands of Drumnaconnor for services rendered during the Rebellion of 1641. Drumnaconnor then passed to his son, Hans c. 1679 who bequesthed it to his son, James in 1692. The passed to Rev. Hamilton Trail of Rockmount

In 1863, William WELSHMAN leased a herdsman's house & 13 acres from Alexander J.R.Stewart- GV

In 1783 & 1789 John WILSON was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1816 John WILSON was registered as a freehold landholder from Alexander Stewart - FR
In 1833, John WILSON leased land here- TAB

 

List of occupiers of land in Drumnaconagher townland

from the Griffiths Valuations 1863

Map Ref name of lesee Name of land owner type e.g. house, office, land etc acreage
1,2,3 John McCaherty Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office , land 52
2a Anne Craig Alexander J.R. Stewart house -
3a James English John McCaherty house -
4a Rose Marner Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 20
5 William Doherty Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 34
6. Thomas McCance Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 20
7. Peter McGrath Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 4
8. James Copeland Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 29
9. Robert Green Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 12
10 a b Patrick Green Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 11
11. James Green Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 11
12. Luke Green Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 12
13. William Bain Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 28
14. John Marner Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 9
15. a b Thomas Marner Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 37
16. Daniel Davy Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 29
17. William Dorian Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 9
18. John Green ( mason) Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 14
19 a b & 20 John Montgomery Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 38
19 a b Edward Kelly John Montgomery house -
19 b a Jane Montgomery John Montgomery house -
21 Edward Marner Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 16
22 a b John McCarton Alexander J.R. Stewart office, land 8
23. John Green Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 14
24 a b Hugh Kelly ( Moss Rd) Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 6
25 Alexander J.R. Stewart in fee bog 3
26. Samuel McVey Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 20
27. Hugh Green (Luke) Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 6
28. John McClean Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 13
29. Joseph Carvill Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 12
30 Edward Kerr Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 13
31. a b Hugh Maguire Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 8
32 Bernard Green Alexander J.R. Stewart land 3
33. Bernard Green senior with Hugh Green senior Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 25
34 a Hugh Green junior Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 17
35. Hugh Kelly (hill) Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 12
36. a b John Green ( rock) Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 13
37. Edward McRobert Alexander J.R. Stewart land 13
38. Rose Murray Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 13
39. James McCaherty Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 9
40. a William & Blakely Hunter Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 47
40 b Patrick Green William Hunter house -
41. a Samuel Montgomery John Cleland house, office, land 33
41. b Susan Hardy Samuel Montgomery house -
42. John Cleland Alexander J.R. Stewart plantation 3
42 a Edward McRobert John Cleland house -
43. William Welshman Alexander J.R. Stewart Herd's house, office, land 13
44. James Carvill Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 11
45. William Newell Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 22
46. a John Brannan Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 30
46. b James Brannan John Brannan house -
46. c James Davy John Brannan house -
47. a Christina Sillcock Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, corn & flax mill, kiln land 52
47. b John Ringland Christina Sillcock kilnman's house -
47. c Thomas Dunn Christina Sillcock house & forge -
47. d Samuel McConnell Christina Sillcock house -
47. e Alexander Farley Christina Sillcock house -
47. f James Renton Christina Sillcock house -
48. a Thomas Kelly Alexander J.R. Stewart house, office, land 24
49-53 water- Heron Lough     48

Memorials of Registry of Deeds , Dublin- excerpts (kindly sent by Laurel Baty)

Note: I have numbered the lines to correspond with the lines in the original page of the document so that anyone with access to the film can follow my transcription and sort out any missing words or misinterpretations..

LDS microfilm #530915 Vol 282 p377 #183539; Lease; Trail to Nelson 29th Oct 1770

1. A Memorial of Indented Deeds of Lease & release dated twenty ninth & thirtieth day
2. days of Oct one thousand seven hundred & seventy made between the Rev. Hamilton Trail
3. of Killinchy in ye Co. of Downe, Clerk, of ye one part & the Rev. Moses Nelson of Kilmore in
4. said Co. of Downe of ye other part by which said Indenture of release the said Hamilton Trail for consid't (consideration)
5. therein ment'd (mentioned) did demise, grant settlement to farm lett release Confirm unto said Rev. Moses Nelson
6. his possession being by virtue of said Indenture of Lease to his heirs & assigns All that
7. parcell of Land being the entire farm of Marybrook as formerly held by late Trail Esq. deceased
8. Greens Hill and Kellys wood only Excepted together with all those four acres Cunningham measure
9. of Ramlough bog adjoining these Lands of Marybrook which was lately laid off by the said
10. Hamilton Trail's direction for the use of said Moses Nelson his heirs and assigns together with
11. allways free use & Liberty of all the waters & watercourses as they run thro' the said demised premises
12. & all timbers & timber trees (?) woods & underwoods there growing or thereafter to grow on being in or upon
13. the said Land & premises & all mines minerals & quarries of every kind so ever with free liberty at
14. all times for said Moses Nelson his heirs and assigns and his & their horses and servants to Enter
15. upon raise & dig up cull down carry away & dispose of the same for his and their own sole
16. use with all other the rights members & appurs (appurtenances) to said premes (premises) belonging said granted lands premis (premises)
17. Being bounded on the west by Cumber river & the great river running between Drummaticonnor
18. and Releagh on the south by Patrick Mariner farm in Magheralone and Ramlough Lough
19. on the East by the farms of Hugh Green Patrick Green John Willey and on the North by Kellys
20. wood & are situate lying & being in the townland of Drummaticonner otherwise Drumnaconnagher
21. her Barony of Kinnalearty and Co. of Down aforesaid with liberty also for sd (said) Moses Nelson his heirs
22. & assigns of a road from that part of sd (said) released premes (premises) which adjoins Kellys Domain out to the End of
23. Masons Bridge wide enough for two wheeled carriages to pass & repass To hold unto said Moses Nelson
24. his heirs & assigns for & during the natural life and lives of said Moses Nelson aged thirty years or there-
25. abouts Catherine Nelson his wife aged twenty eight years or thereabouts and James Nelson
26. son of Lessee aged two years thereabouts and the Survivor & Survivors of them at & under ye yearly
27. rent of Sixteen shillings str (Sterling) for every acre Cunningham measure cont'd (contained) in ye above released and
28. premises & sixpence p. (per?) Recei'rs (receiver's) fees & sixteen shillings for each of said four acres of bog & sixpence
29. p. (per) pound as receivers ffees (Fees) also one Bowl of Punch yearly lieu of Duties & Subject also to a propor-
30 -tionable part of the Kings yearly quit Rent payable out of the Lands of Marybrook In which said
31. Indented Deed of release is is cont'd (contained) on the part & behalf of said Hamilton Trail and his heirs & assigns a Covn't (Covenant)
32. for renewal forever to the s'd (said) Moses Nelson his heirs & assigns on paym't (payment) of the sum of One Pound
33. Two shillings and nine pence Str (Sterling) as a fine on every renewal which Sd (said) Indented Deed of Lease and
34. (new page) And Release as witnessed by Wm Trotter of Downpatrick in sd (said) Co. of Downe Gent & by
35. Rev'd Joseph Little of Killileagh in s'd (said) Co & also this Mem'l (Memorial) is witnessed by aforesaid Wm Trotter &
36. Charles Hamilton of Carnakelly in s'd (said) Co. (County) Gent Moses Nelson Seal Signed & Sealed in the
37. psence (presence) of us Wm Trotter Chas Hamilton The above named Wm Trotter came this day before
38. me and made Oath that he is a Sub ubsg (subscribing) witness to the Deeds of lease & release whereof this
39. is a Mem'l (Memorial) & also to the above Mem'l (Memorial) & ..... he saw the parties there to duly execute the ......
40. Deeds & also saw the above named Moses Nelson duly sign & seal ye above Mem'l & further
41. deposeth that his this Dep'ts (Deponents) name (?) subs'd ( subscribed) as a witness to sd (said) deeds & Mem'l (Memorial) is his this Dep't (Deponent)
42. proper handwriting & delivered the same to Mr Chas Meares Dep ?? on the 12th
43. day of November 1770 at or near Eleven O'Clock in the forenoon Wm Trotter Sworn 12th
44. .November 1770 before .......... Chas Meares Dep. Reg'r (Registrar)

LDS microfilm #530913 Vol 280 p525-6 #183744 ; Lease; Hamilton Trail to Rev. Joseph Little 3 November 1770

Reg'd 19th Nov'r 1770 at 3 qrs of an hour after 10 o'clock in the forenoon
1. To the Reg. app. by the act of Parliament for the Public Registering
2. od Deeds. Conveyances and so forth
3. A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Release bearing date the third
4. day of Nov one thousand seven hundred & seventy made between Revd.
5. Hamilton Trail of Killinchy in the County of Downe, Clerk, of the one part
6. and the Revd Joseph Little of Killyleagh in the said County of Downe
7. Clerk of the other part Whereby that the said Hamilton Trail for the
8. consd (consideration) therein ment'd (mentioned) did demise Grant Let and to Farm Lett unto
9. the said Joseph Little ....... personall that and those parts and parcels
10. of Land in Drummnaticonna owise (otherwise) Marybrook noe Tenanted by Terence
11. Cullin and his undertenants and containing about Eighteen Acres
12. bounded on the North by the Lands lately possessed by John Wilson ........
13. on the East by the Lands of Drumaghlis the South by the Du .............
14. holdings and the Turf bog and on the west by Timothy and Lorcan or Terence (?)
15.Kellys Farm & also the whole of James Allisons farm and counting
16. about fourteen acres Lying on each side of the new road Leading from
17. Downpatrick to Ballinahinch bounded by Joseph Thompsons Farm on
18. the west and on the north and north east by the Lands of Drumaghlis (?)
19. and said Thompsons Meadow on the East on the South by the
20. .River ......................................................between Loughinisland
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1. and Drumnaticonnor said Little to have a power of enacting a
2. Weir on the north side of said Lough ........... and on the West by Charles
3. Morrison Farm by the Road Leading from Downpatrick to ..........
4. Ballinahinch and by Charles Dumicans farm said Little have
5. the Liberty of a sufft (sufficient) Road to pass and repass from said Allisons house
6. to the said main road together with the immediate of possn (possession) of about
7. six acres and a half of Anacram Hill in said Townland lately possed (possessed) by
8. Edward Mariner and partners bounded on the south by the Little
9. old ditch Lying north from the quarry and to be Continued streight on
10. the top of the Hill on the west by the old ditch running from north to south
11. over said Hill and to be continued to the bog on the north by said
12. Turf bog and on the East by the highway likewise the posson (possession) of an
13. acre and half of said Hill adjoining said six acres and a half on
14. The south and west together with three acres of Turf Bog bounded on
15. The north by Henry Green and Timothy Kellys Bog on the East by
16. The road Leading from Downe to Ballinahinch and on the south and
17. west by said six acre and a half park and said Henry Greens Bog
18. containing the whole about forty three acres or thereabouts Cunningham
19. measure or as the same may prove upon ........aration containing
20. in the whole about forty three acres of Cunningham measure situate in the
21. Townland of Drumnaticonnor otherwise Drumnaconiher otherwise
22. Marybrook Barony of Kinelartey and County of Down afdsid (aforesaid)
23. To hold the said premies (premises) with the appurtenances unto said Joseph
24. Little his heirs and assigns from the first day of Nov then Instant
25. for and during the natural Life and Lives of the sevl (several) persons and
26. persons in the said Deed ment (mentioned) and the Survivors of them and for
27. and during all and every such other Life and Lives of such persons or
28.person as should from time to time forever thereafter be added thereto
29. pursuant to the Covt (Covenant) for Renewal therein for that purpose Continued
30. at and under the yearly Rent of fifteen shill's ( shillings) by the Cunningham acre
31. with six pence to the pound recers (receivers) fees which said Indented
32. deed and also the meml (memorial) are witnessed by Ann Moor of Moor Hall
33. Spinster and James Potter of Bally................. Gent both in the County
34. of Downe Hamilton Trail -seal- signed and sealed in presence of
35. Ann Moor & James Potter as therabove named James Potter maketh
36. oath that he is a subscribing witness to the Deed of Release whereof
37. The above writg (writing) is a meml (memorial) and also to the above Mem'l (Memorial) and saw the
38. said Deed duly Executed by the parties thereto ......................................................................
39. the above named Ham Trail duly signed and seal the said Mem'l (Memorial)
40. and that the name Jas Potter subscribed as witness to said deed and
41. Meml (Memorial) is his this Depts (Deponents) name and proper handwriting and Dep't (Depondents)
42. delivered the same to Chas Mc Chas Meares Dep Reg. (possible: the noneteen
43. day of Nov 1770 at or near 3 qrs (quarters( after 10 o'clock in the forenoon........
44. sworn before me ...........................................................

#191948 Lease; Trail to Little 1 May & 2 Jul 1772

1. A Memorial if Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date
2.the twenty Eighth and twenty ninth day of January in the year of our Lord one
3. thousand seven hundred and seventy two made between the rev'd Hamilton Trail
4. of Killinchy in the County of Down of the one part and the Revd. Joseph Little of
5. Killileagh in said County of Down of the other part Recit'g (reciting) as therein..... Recs'd (recited) the
6. said Release witnessed that the said Hamilton as well for and in Consideration of
7. the Sum of Eighty one pounds shillings and eight pence Sterling to him in hand paid
8. by the said Joseph Little the receipt whereof is therein acknowledged as also the clear
9. yearly rent or sum of Ten shilling and two pence halfpenny ster (sterling) by the acre with
10. sixpence by the pound Receivers fees and Eight pence or two fat Hams/ Hens in Lieu of all
11. duties did Grant, release and Confirm unto the said Joseph Little all that and
12. those parts and parcels of Land and Turf Bog with their and every of their appurces (appurtenances)
13. Sit (situated) in the Townland of Drumnaticonner now poss'd (possessed) by Terence Cullen and his
14. under tenants (to witt) said Cullen's son and John Campbells also three
15. acres of Turf Bog Lately surveyd by John Mulholland and meared .. and bounded
16. as set forth in said Deed of Lease and Release contg (containing) in the whole about seventy
17. one acres Cunningham measure Sit (situated) lying and being in the Parish of Kilmore
18. Barony of Kinilarty and County of Down aforsd (aforesaid) To have and to hold all and
19. Singular the said Granted and Released part and parcel of Land and Turf Bog
20. with their and every of their Rights members and appurtenances unto the said Joseph
21.Little his heirs and assigns to the only proper or use and behoof of the said Joseph
22. Little his heirs forever with Clauses of Distress and other Covenants common
23. And usual between Landlord and Tenant which said Deeds of Lease and Release
24. And also this Meml (Memorial) are witnessed by Mr Robert Johnston of Killileagh in the
25. County of Down Gent and John Graves of the City of Dublin now servant to
26. Gawn Hamilton of Killileagh Esq. Ham Trail- seal- signed and sealed and delivered
27. in the presence of .us Robert Johnston John Graves The above named Robert
28. Johnston maketh oath the he is a Sub'g (subscribing) witness to the Deeds of Lease and Release
29. of which the above writg (writing) is a Meml (Memorial) and also to the above Memorial and saw the same
30. duly Executed by the parties hereto respectively and also saw the above Ham
31. Trail duly sign and seal the said Meml (Memorial) and that this Deponents name Sub'd (subscribed)
32. as a witness to said Deed and Mem'l (Memorial) is his this Deponents name and proper hand
33. writg (writing) from Robert Johnston is Sworn before me at Downpatrick in the County of Downe
34. This first day of May 1772 by virtue of a Comn (commission) to me directed and I know Deponent
35. ...............................Richd (Richard) magennis Richd (Richard) Justices Justices .............................

LDS Vol 309 p465 FHL film 531682; #206432 purchase from Trail to Stewart involving to Bishop of Down & Connor & Rev. James Hamilton Clewlow, Sep 1775

1. A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Release bearing
2. date the twenty ninth day of Sept one thousand seven hundred and
3. seventy five made between the Revd. Hamilton Trail of Rosemount in the
4. County of Down,clk (clerk) & Susanna Trail otherwise Hamilton his wife
5. of the one part and the Right Revd. James {Mant} Lord Bishop of Down &
6. Connor and the Rev. James Hamilton Clewlow of Bangor in the
7. County of Down Clk (clerk) of the other part Whereby after reciting as........
8. therein is recited the sd (said) Hamilton Trail for the Consions (considerations) therein mentd (mentioned)
9. granted bargained sold assigned transferred & made over unto them the
10. said James Lord Bishop of Down & Connor & James Hamilton Clewlow
11. and the survr (survivors) of them and the and the Evors (Executors) or admers (administrators) of such survivors the sum of three
12. thousand six hundred pounds Str (sterling) remaining in the hands of Alex Stewart of
13. Newtown in the County of Down Esqr being part of the purchase money of the
14. Town and Lands of Drumatticonner and all the Estate right Title and Interest
15. property claims and demand whatsoever of him the SD (said) Hamilton Trail of in &
16. to the same and every part thereof with full power of Authority to the SD (said) Lord
17. Bishop of Down & Connor & James Hamilton Clewlow & the surv (survivors) of them & the
18. Exers (Executors) or admers (administrators) of such survr (survivors) to ask demand sue for recover & receive from him the
19. SaidAlexander Stewart the SD (said) sum of three thousand six hundred pounds & to
20. give sufficient rects (receipts) and discharges for the same and on rect (receipt) thereof to place the
21. same out at Interest on security to be approved of by SD( said) Hamilton Trail by
22. writing under his hand & seal and SD (said) sum is vested in SD( said) Trustees In Trust for
23. the said Hamilton Trail and his assigns during his life the Interest behoof (?)
24. after his death to pay two thousand four hundred pounds part thereof .............
25. among James Trail Archd Trail Baptist Trail Mary Trail Arabella
26. Susanna Trail & Anna Catherine Trail
the Children of the sd Hamilton
27. Susanna Trail in such shares and proportions and at such time & times
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1. On such conditions.........
2. ...........sd (said) Hamilton Trail shall .......... Deed or writing or by his last will duly
3. attestd direct and appoint.... of ....... of such appint.... the n ........
4. equally divided between the said Children .....................................shares
5. proportions of the said James Archibald & Baptist Trail to be paid to them on
6. their attaining their respective ages of twenty one years and the proportions of
7. the said Mary Arabella Susanna & Anna Catherina Trail to be paid to them
8. on their attaining their Respective ages of twenty one years or days of marriage
9. which shall first happen with Interest from death of said Hamilton Trail
10.for their respective proportions until they shall be paid and in case any of sd (said(
11. Children should happen to die before his her or their proportion should become
12. payable .... the proportion of the person or persons so dying to be equally
13. divided between the Survs or Supvivor and to be paid when his or their
14. Original portion should be payable and upon Further Trust as to the sum of
15. one thousand two hundred pounds the remr (remainder) of th........ sum of three thousand six
16. hundred pounds that they th...d Trustees and the survs (survivors) of them & the Execs( executors) or
17. admis (administrators) of the sirv(survivors) Should from death of ds (said) Hamilton Trail pay the Interest
18. thereof to the sd (said) Susanna Trail and her assignees during her life which Interest
19. to be in lieu of sd (said) Susanna thirty of sd (said) three thousand six hindred pounds &
20. after said Susanna's Death to pay the sd (said) one thousand two hundred pounds
21. among the sd (said) James Archd Baptist Mary Arabella Sussanna & Anna Catherine
22. in such shares or proportions as said Hamilton Trail shall by Deed or Will
23. appoint and for default of such appointment the same to be equally divided
24. among them and paid at times & in manner their original portions should be
25. payable and it is declared to be the Intention of the said Deed and of the parties
26. thereto that the said sum of three thousand and six hundred pounds should on the
27. respective Deaths of said Hamilton and Susanna Trail west in sd (said( Trustees for the
28. sole use and benefit of the sd (said) Children and to be paid in manner aforesd (aforesaid) & that
29. the same should and in any manner be subject or lyable to the sd (said) Hamilton
30. Trails Debts or Engagements and in said Deed there is a proviser that it should be
31. lawful for the said Hamilton Trail at any time during his life (in case he
32. should be Inclined or ..... proprt to promote or advance any of his sais
33.Children by any Deed or Instrument duly Executed to give grant and
34. Convey any part of the said sum of two thousand four hundred pounds not
35.Exceeding four hundred pounds for each and every Child which he should so
36. think proper to prefer and advance and which should be paid to them R.....
37.at times & in manner said Hamilton Trail should by said last mentd (mentioned) Deed
38. or Instrument think proper to appoint for that purpose Which sd (said) Deed
39. .................. por....ted by all the sd (said) parties in the presence of the Revd Doctor
40. ....... Thomas Bell of the City of Waterford clk (clerk) and the Revd. Doctor Wm.
41. .............. of Lisburn clk (clerk) and John Caffry Clerk to Wm Gillespie of the City of
42. Dublin Gent. and this Meml (Memorial) was duly perfected by the sd (said) Hamilton
43. Trail and Susanna Trail in the presence of the sd (said) Hans Thomas Bell Wm Trail

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1.and John Caffry Ham Trail -seal- Sus Trail- seal- signed and sealed in
2. the presence of Hans Thos Hill Wm Trail John Caffry . The above mentioned John
3. Caffry maketh oath that he saw the above named Hamilton Trail Susanna
4. Trail James Lord Bishop of Down & Connor & James Hamilton Clewlow
duly
5. seal and execute the Deed of Release whereof the above writing is a Meml (Memorial)
6. and also saw the said Hamilton Trail & Susanna Trail duly sign & seal the SD (said)
7. Meml (Memorial) & that the name John Caffry subscribed as a witness to the SD (said) Parchment (?)
8. to this Depts (deponents) and proper handwriting & saith the same were delivered to Mr John
9. Macabe Dep. Regr at the Castle of Dublin the 27th day of November 1775 at or
10. near 3 in the afternoon John Caffry Sworn before me this 27th day of Nov
11.1775 John Macabe Dep. Regr

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To the Registrar appointed by act of Parliament for the Public Registry of Deeds Wills Conveys (conveyances)
and so forth A Memorial of Indented Deeds of Lease and Release bearing dates
respectively of twenty sixth and twenty seventh day of December one thousand
seven hundred and seventy five the lease made between the Revd Hamilton Trail
1. of Killinchy in the County of Down Clke (clerk) of the one part and Alexander Stewart of Newtown in the
2. County of Down Esquire of the other part and the Release made between Revd Hamilton Trail
3. Susanna his wife of the one part and the said Alexr Stewart of the other part whereby they the said
4. Hamilton Trail and Susanna his wife for the Consideration in the said Deed of Release mentioned
5. did Grant bargain and sell release and Confirm unto the said Alexander Stewart and to his heirs
6. all that and those the Town and Lands of Drumnatticonnor otherwise & Marybrook Situate in the
7. Barony of Kinalearty Parish of Kilmore and County of Down aforesaid containing by Estimation
8. seven hund (hundred) and seven acres Cunningham measure with all the appurtes (appurtenances) thereunto belonging
9. To hold said Town Lands and premises with their appurtes (appurtenances) to the said Alexr Stewart his heirs and
10. assigns for Ever to his and their only proper use and behoof for Ever which sd (said) Deed of Lease is
11. witnessed by Hugh Gillespie of Cumber and Robert Johnston of Killileagh both in the County of
12. Down Gents Seals Subs (subscribing) witnesses thereto and the said Deed of Release as to the Execution thereof by Revd
13. Hamilton Trail and Susanna his wife and also this memorial one witnessed by the Hugh Gillespie
14. and Robert Johnston subd'g (subscribing) witnesses thereto Ham Trail- seal- Sus Trail -seal- signed and
15. sealed in the presence of Hugh Gillespie Robert Johnston The above named Hugh Gillespie maketh
16. oath that he saw the above named Hamilton Trail duly sign seal and Execute Deed of Lease and also saw
17. the s'd (said) Hamilton Trail and Susanna Trail his wife duly sign and seal and Execute Deed of Release of which
18. Deed the above is a Memorial and and Dept also saw the said Hamilton Trail and Susanna his wife duly
19. sign and seal the above Memorial and saith that the name Hugh Gillespie Subg (subscribing) as witness to the
20. said Deeds of Lease and Release and to said Memorial is Dept (Deponents) name and handwriting Hugh
21. Gillespie - Sworn before me this 26th day of February 1776 at Belfast in the County of Antrim by
22. virtue of a Commissn (commission) to me directed and I know the Dept (Deponent) Henry Foy George Black.......

Silcock's Mill Pay Books 1889 & 1890

week ending 13 Jul 1889 |   week ending 7 Sep 1889   week ending 25 Jan 1890  
Aggie McCeigh 1/0 1/2 (halfpenny) Biddie Dogherty 2/8 1/2 (halfpenny) Biddie Dogherty 4/1
Bella Moore 10/3 1/2 Eliza J. McCay 7/11 1/2 Eliza J. McCeigh 6/5 1/2 (halfpenny)
Eliza Jane Hart

9/6 1/2

Eliza Jane Hart 11/0 Lizzie Kelly 7/11 1/2
Mary Ann McConnell 4/8 Mary Ann McConnell 6/11 1/2 Mary Ann McConnell 6/6
Ellen Jane Patton 10/3 1/2 Ellen Jane Patton 11/11 1/2 Ellen Jane Patton 9/9
Lizzie Douglas 17/1 1/2 Lizzie Douglas 13/5 1/2 Lizzie Douglas 13/6 1/2
Mary Jane Smyth 10/5 Mary Jane Smyth 0/11 1/2 Mary Jane Smyth/ Smith 11/1
Bella Douglas 9/6 1/2 Bella Douglas 8/3 Bella Douglas 8/1 1/2
Maggie McCartney 8/11 Maggie McCartney 7/5 Maggie McCartney 6/2
Maggie Brennan 2/4 Maggie Brennan 2/4 Maggie Brennan 5/2 1/2
Susanne Hart 12/7 1/2 Susanne Hart 12/6 Susanne Hart 8/7
Maggie Marner 6/1 1/2 Maggie Marner 7/9 1/2 Maggie Marner 6/3 1/2
Bella Montgomery 12 shillings Bella Montgomery 12/9 1/2 Bella Montgomery 9 shillings
Bella Martin 6/1 1/2 Bella Martin 5/7 1/2 Bella Martin 2/9 1/2
Lizzie Glover 7 shillings Lizzie Glover 12 shillings Lizzie Glover 10/0 1/2
Pheoby Green 10/11 1/2 Pheoby Green 13/4 Pheoby Green nil
Rachel Martin 6/5 Rachel Martin 8/8 1/2 Rachel Martin 4/3 1/2
Martha Green nil Martha Green 6/8 Martha Green nil
Sharlotte Armstrong 13/2 1/2 Sharlotte Armstrong 10 shillings Minnie Marner 2/6 1/2
Sarah McCoubrie 7/10 1/2 Sarah McCoubrie 7/7 Sarah McCoubrie nil
Agnes Green 9/6 1/2 Agnes Green 12/9 Agnes (Aggie) Green 8/4 1/2
Bessie Green 11/3 1/2 Bessie Green 13/1 1/2 Bessie Green 9/6 1/2
Letitia Nixon 12/1 Letitia (Tish) Nixon 11 shillings Letitia (Tish) Nixon 8/5
Grace Montgomery 4/8 1/2 Grace Montgomery 6/9 1/2 Grace Montgomery 5/4 1/2
Ann Jane Kelly 12/9 Ann Jane Kelly 13/2 Ann Jane Kelly 7/10 1/2
Maggie Green 11 shillings Maggie Green 11/11 1/2 Maggie Green 8/5 1/2
Maggie Rodgers 10/8 1/2 Maggie Rodgers 10/4 Maggie Rodgers 7/6 1/2
Catherine Green 11/11 Catherine Green 12/2 Catherine (Kate) Green 9/6
Rose Murray 7/0 1/2 Rose Murray 6 shillings Rose Murray 4/1 1/2
Mary Martin 13/0 1/2 Mary Martin 11/4 Mary Martin 9/4 1/2
Sarah Ann McKeown 9/7 Sarah Ann McKeown 8/9 Sarah Ann McKeown 7/2 1/2
Maggie McCay 5/1 Maggie McCay 9/7 Aggie McCeigh 7/0 1/2
totals £14.14.1 1/2   £15.10.8 1/2   £11.0.8

Last updated October 2013
by Ros Davies