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Richard Kickham

  

The Kickham property, plot 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone, shown in 1874 Valuation List.
Shows change from Richard Kickham (died 1871) to his widow Ellen.
See full details.


  
Richard Kickham,
bapt 27 May 1827, Mullinahone, Co.Tipperary.
He mar 5 Oct 1853, Mullinahone, to Ellen Oldis.
See image from [Mullinahone RC par records].
Listed at Mullinahone at children's bapts bapt 1855 to 1864.
He is listed in possession of the house at plot 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone 1858 to 1869.
He took over this property in 1858 from George Cashel (apparently husband of his 1st cousin).
He is listed as "shopkeeper", Mullinahone, at dau's birth 1864.
He is listed as farmer, Mullinahone, at death.

Richard dies, 1871:
He died 31 Mar 1871, Mullinahone, age 43 yrs.
(todo) See death of Richard Kickham, [GROI], Callan, 1871, age 45 (born 1826), 2nd qr, vol 9 p 379.
He is described as shopkeeper, deceased, at dau's mar 1892.
See admin of estate (from here), granted 9 Feb 1872 to Ellen, widow. Effects under £450.

"Ellen Kickham" is listed in possession of plot 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone 1874 to 1881.
Ellen fl 1879.
"Ellen Kickham" is listed in possession of plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone 1881 to 1892.
Ellen probably dies, 1888:
Think she must be Ellen Kickham, widow, of Mullinahone, who died 27 Nov 1888 at Mullinahone. See admin of will (from here), granted 29 Apr 1889 to Bridget Kickham, spinster, of Mullinahone. Effects £110.
She is not party to the transfer of plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, in [Deed, 1892]. She must be dead.
Richard and Ellen had issue:


  1. Laurence Kickham,
    after grandfather,
    bapt 2 Jan 1855, sp Patrick Murphy and Eliza Kickham,
    see image from [Mullinahone RC par records].

  2. Thomas Kickham,
    bapt 23 Dec 1856, sp Charles Kickham and (illegible),
    see image LHS and RHS from [Mullinahone RC par records].

  3. (think Mary Anne) Kickham,
    bapt 30 Mar 1858.
    see image LHS and RHS from [Mullinahone RC par records].

  4. John Kickham,
    bapt 28 June 1859, sp Thomas Kickham and Anne Phelan,
    see image from [Mullinahone RC par records].


  5. Margaret Kickham,
    bapt 14 July 1861, sp Thomas Phelan and Bridget Cuddihy,
    see image from [Mullinahone RC par records].


  6. Bridget Kickham,
    Bridget Anastasia Kickham, Anastasia after grandmother,
    born 13 Dec 1864, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here,
    bapt 15 Dec 1864, sp Thomas Kickham and Margaret ----,
    see image from [Mullinahone RC par records].
    She was apparently orphaned 1888.
    [Deed, 1892] says she is living with her sister Ellen in "Chapel St" (Callan St), Mullinahone. The deed says she is entitled to reside at the house in Callan St "until her marriage".
    By [Deed, 22 Feb 1892] (two days before her marriage) the family property of plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone was transferred into her soon-to-be husband's name.
    Mar cert lists her as shopkeeper, Mullinahone, at mar.
    She mar 24 Feb 1892, Mullinahone RC church, to James Mullally and had issue.
    See mar cert from here. Wit by William Mullally and Ellen Kickham.


  7. Ellen Kickham,
    bapt (maybe 19th) Apr 1867, sp Thomas Kickham and Joanna Cuddihy,
    see image from [Mullinahone RC par records].
    She was apparently orphaned 1888.
    [Deed, 1892] says she is living with her sister Bridget in "Chapel St" (Callan St), Mullinahone.
    She is also party to the transfer of plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone to Bridget's husband in 1892 [Deed, 1892].
    In 1901 census she is unmarried, living with sister Bridget and family on Chapel Street, Mullinahone.
    In 1911 census she is unmarried, living with sister Bridget and family on Chapel Street, Mullinahone. She is "shop assistant".



  


The Kickham property, plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone, shown in 1892 Valuation List.
Shows change from Ellen Kickham (still in name of the mother) to Bridget Kickham's husband James Mullally.
See full details.


  

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