Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
mar 31 July 1899
[Newcastle West RC church]
to Mary C. Moylan [born 1879, Co.Limerick].
See entry in [GROI], mar wit by Michael Cussen and Ursula Moylan.
Mary was living Newcastle West at mar, dau of John D. Moylan, postmaster.
solicitor in Newcastle West,
Founded Cussen, solicitors, in Newcastle West in 1900.
[Thom's, 1901] and [Thom's, 1910] lists him with offices at Newcastle West and at 65 Dame St, Dublin.
They are listed in [Census, 1901] at North Quay, Newcastle West (see map). He is "solicitor". They have 1 servant.
He must be the incorrectly written "C. Cussen, solicitor" who is listed as cousin of Peter Donovan at his funeral 1901.
He was executor of the will of his grand-aunt Margaret Cussen (née Nolan) (died 1903).
West Limerick Coroner 1910 to 1940.
They are listed in [Census, 1911] at North Quay, Newcastle West. He is "solicitor". They have 2 servants.
[Thom's, 1919] and [Thom's, 1929] and [Thom's, 1935] lists him as Coroner for the "Extreme Western Division" of Co.Limerick, with offices at Newcastle West and at 12 Dame St, Dublin.
He was also a
He was interested in Irish language revival.
President of Newcastle West Rugby Club.
One of the founders of the Clounanna coursing meetings.
He died 29 Sept 1940, at his home in Newcastle West, age 75 yrs.
(todo) See death of Robert Cussen, [GROI], Newcastle, 4th qr 1940, age 75 (born 1865), vol 5 p 297.
See death notice in Irish Times, Mon 30 Sept 1940.
See notice in Irish Times, 1 Oct 1940.
Funeral Tue 1 Oct 1940, bur Grange, Newcastle West.
Mary fl 1940.
Robert and Mary had issue:
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