Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
He mar 7 Nov 1849 to Ellen Brew [or Ellen Drew, of Co.Clare].
Living Shanagolden, Co.Limerick, at children's baptisms 1853 to 1857.
Pensioned 1 June 1868.
He died 7 Dec 1872, Co.Clare.
(todo) See death of Francis McGrath, [GROI], Kilrush, 4th qr 1872, age 63, vol 19, p 225.
He was bur Kilmacduane Graveyard, Cooraclare, Co.Clare. See inscription.
Ellen fl 1872.
See RIC payment to widow. From here.
Francis and Ellen had issue:
He mar 20 August 1893, St. Finbarr's RC church, Cork,
to Mary Suttle [Mary Kate, dau of Samuel Suttle, upholsterer and spirit dealer, of Cork city, by his wife Kate McCarthy].
Mary was born 9 Aug 1866, 22 Paul St, Cork city. See birth cert from here.
She was living Douglas St, Cork, at mar. See mar cert from here.
As at 1898 Maurice was Sergeant at Upton (near Bandon), Co.Cork.
He is listed in 1901 census at Upton police barracks, Garryhankard townland. He is Sergeant, head of station. His family have a separate listing, also at Upton police barracks.
He retired from RIC. Discharged 6 June 1903 (age 45). Pensioned 7 June. Rank of Sergeant.
Became a Post Office official.
They are listed in 1911 census at 2 Knockrea Terrace (think correct house number), Cork. He is former RIC Sergeant, retired on pension.
Lived 2 Carrig View Terrace, Old Blackrock Rd, Cork.
He died 9 Jan 1932, 1 Carrig View, Old Blackrock Rd, Cork, age 74 yrs. See death cert from here.
Mary fl 1932.
Maurice and Mary had issue:
Mary Suttle's father Samuel Suttle listed as spirit dealer at 22 Paul St, Cork, in [Directory of Cork & Munster, 1867, p.195].
Also listed as such in alphabetical directory (p.151).
He is listed among Spirit Dealers (p.263).
He is not listed among Upholsterers (p.266).
Maurice McGrath and Mary Suttle with their son Frank and their daughter Nellie.
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