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Daniel Nolan Mangan

  

D.C. Mangan, Tarbert, in 1897 in the ledger books of Tim O'Connor of Tarbert Island.
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Daniel Nolan Mangan,
bapt 13 Nov 1828, near Shanagolden, Co.Limerick,
lived Tarbert, Co.Kerry,
mar Mary Malone,
living Tarbert at all children's births,
he is described as "accountant" and "merchant's agent" at children's births,
listed as "merchantile clerk" at death,
he died 6 May 1887, Tarbert, age 58 yrs [grave], [GROI],
bur with his father at Kilbradran graveyard, near Shanagolden, Co.Limerick,
Mary left with a large family,
she must be Mary Mangan, widow, who is listed at house 6 in Bridewell St, Tarbert, in [Census, 1901], age 56 (born 1845, Co.Limerick), listed as "shopkeeper", she has one son Richard Mangan living with her, age 17 (born 1884, Co.Kerry), listed as "Assistant Shop Keeper",
she must be Mary Mangan, widow, who is listed at house 31 in Bridewell St, Tarbert, in [Census, 1911], age 69 (born 1842, Co.Kerry), listed as "shopkeeper", she has one son Richard Mangan living with her, age 25 (born 1886, Co.Kerry), he seems to be listed as "clerk" mis-spelt,
had issue:


  1. Denis Mangan,
    born 17 Aug 1865, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt "Denis", 19 Aug [Tarbert RC par records],
    he must be D.C. Mangan, of Tarbert, son of Daniel Nolan Mangan, who registered his father's death 1887,
    [P102/47] is letter of 18 June 1891 from D.C. Mangan to his younger cousin The O'Rahilly,
    he must be "Denis Clarence Mangan" who is listed in an ad on p.10 in [Guy's, 1893] as the agent in Tarbert for the Patriotic Assurance Company, the main directory lists him as an insurance agent, at "the Store", Tarbert,
    the name "Clarence" would be after the poet James Clarence Mangan who had died 1849,
    "D. Mangan, Tarbert" was at funeral of John J. McElligott, solicitor, Listowel [The Kerry Evening Post, Sat 21st Mar 1896],
    he must be D.C. Mangan, of Tarbert, who wit codicil to will of Richard Rahilly, 24 Mar 1896,
    "Denis C. Mangan" was at funeral of Richard Rahilly, 1896,
    "D.C. Mangan, Tarbert" was at funeral of Joe Hamilton [The Kerry Evening Post, Sat 4th Apr 1896],
    "Denis Mangan, Tarbert" was at funeral of James Nolan 1897.
    Though some references may be to his uncle Denis Mangan of Tarbert.
    (todo) See [P106/348] which is a 10 Dec 1900 letter from The O'Rahilly referring to "Denis Mangan" who is "looking for a job after he had been sacked". This might be him.


  2. Mary Anne Mangan,
    born 3 Feb 1867, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt "Mary Ann", 4 Feb [Tarbert RC par records].


    Mary Anne might be identical with Annie:


  3. Annie Mangan,
    born 1867,
    census 1911 says born Co.Limerick but this may be error,
    NOT birth of Anne Mangan, [GROI], Glin, 1867,
    NOT birth of Anne Mangan, [GROI], Glin, 1869.
    She became a Good Shepherd nun, like her aunt Bridget Mangan.
    She was "Sister Josephine" or "Sister M. Josephine".
    She is NOT Mary Josephine Mangan, born Limerick, 1868, [GROI].
    She was a nun at the Good Shepherd convent, Sunday's Well, Cork (same convent as her aunt Bridget).
    She was there with her aunt Bridget in 1890 [P102/46].
    See entry at Good Shepherd convent, Cork, in [Census, 1911]. She is listed as "Annie Mangan". Her aunt Bridget also there.
    She is listed as "Sister M. Josephine", Good Shepherd convent, Sunday's Well, at her aunt Bridget's death 1915.
    She died 1 Sept 1949, Good Shepherd convent, Cork, age 82 [GROI].
    She was bur in convent graveyard.


  4. Nellie Mangan,
    Ellen Mangan, Nell, born 2 Apr 1868, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt "Ellen", 4 Apr [Tarbert RC par records],
    school teacher in York, England,
    listed as unmarried sister of Dominic at his funeral 1936,
    mentioned in Nell's will 1939 as her cousin,
    she would be "N. Mangan", listed as unmarried sister of Cornelius at his funeral 1959,
    died in nursing home, Dundrum, Co.Dublin.


  5. William Mangan, born 16 June 1869,
    bapt 20 June 1869 [Tarbert RC par records], sp James Nolan and Ellen Nolan.


    William might be identical with Rev. Dominic:


  6. Rev. Dominic Mangan,
    NOT Dominick,
    born Tarbert, Co.Kerry, 1869,
    listed as "Rev. F. D. Mangan" at his aunt Bridget's death.


  7. Rev. Daniel Mangan,
    Daniel Michael Mangan, born 24 Jan 1871, Tarbert [GROI],
    of St. Joseph's College (missionaries), Mill Hill, London,
    listed at St. Joseph's College in Ellen Mangan's will 1903,
    went as missionary to Kamuli, in British East Africa (modern Uganda), there as at 1916,
    [P106/122(2)] (see online) is letter of 11 Aug 1916 from him at RC Mission, Kamuli, to Anno after the death of her brother The O'Rahilly in the 1916 Rising,
    he says: "That rising was indeed a foolish and a hopeless affair, but no doubt those who took part in it did so with the best intentions",
    [P106/179] is letter of c.1922 from him at RC Mission, Kamuli,
    in 1930 he is at "Buruma Island" near Entebbe (Uganda), possibly this should be Buvuma Island on Lake Victoria (see map),
    described as of "Mill Hill (Uganda Mission)" at his brother Dominic's death 1936,
    [P106/128] is letter of 21 June 1937 from him at "Buruma" near Kampala (Uganda),
    [P106/688(2)] is letter of 24 Apr 1939 from him at "Buruma Island" near Kampala (Uganda),
    described as of Uganda at Paddy's death 1944.


  8. Catherine Mangan,
    born 20 Feb 1872, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt 22 February 1872 [Tarbert RC par records].


  9. John Joseph Mangan,
    born 13 Sep 1873, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt 14 September 1873 [Tarbert RC par records], sp John Mangan and Honora Mangan,
    "John Mangan" was at funeral of Richard Rahilly 1896.


    John Joseph might be identical with Fr. Bertrand:


  10. Fr. Bertrand Mangan,
    born Tarbert, Co.Kerry, 1873,
    member of the Passionist order (C.P.),
    "made his profession" in St.Saviour's Retreat, Broadway, Worcestershire,
    completed his studies at Mount Argus, Harold's Cross, Dublin,
    ordained a priest in the Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, 1898 by Archbishop of Dublin,
    missionary in Ireland and England,
    then missionary in Australia,
    he became Provincial of the Order in Australia,
    came to Ireland, suffering from ill health, for Eucharistic Congress, Dublin, June 1932,
    stayed in Ireland, undergoing medical treatment, died during a visit to Ardoyne,
    died Holy Cross Retreat, Ardoyne, Belfast, 30 Dec 1932, age 59 yrs,
    see obituary, Irish Independent, Saturday, December 31, 1932,
    funeral Mon 2 Jan 1933, Belfast.


  11. James Denis Mangan, born 7 November 1874,
    bapt 8 November 1874 [Tarbert RC par records].


  12. Thomas Malone Mangan, born 4 May 1876,
    bapt 7 May 1876 [Tarbert RC par records],
    "T.M. Mangan" was at funeral of Richard Rahilly 1896.
    He may be "Tom" mentioned in Sister M. Mangan's letter of 1916 as alive in 1910.


  13. Paddy Mangan, of Cork,
    Patrick Mangan, born 9 June 1878, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt 11 June 1878 [Tarbert RC par records], sp William Mangan and Bridget Mangan.


  14. Fr. Con Mangan,
    Cornelius, Cornelius John Mangan, born 9 June 1881, Tarbert [GROI],
    bapt 10 June 1881 [Tarbert RC par records],
    described in obituary as native of Tarbert,
    he is mentioned in Ellen Mangan's will 1903 as her nephew.


  15. Richard Mangan, born 18 January 1883,
    bapt 20 January 1883 [Tarbert RC par records], sp Catherine Mangan,
    (todo) try birth of Richard Mangan, [GROI], Glin, 1st qr 1883, vol 5 p 258,
    (todo) else try birth of Richard Mangan, [GROI], Glin, 4th qr 1882, vol 5 p 229,
    apparently living in Tarbert with mother in 1901 and 1911 census.


  16. Bridget Ellen Mangan, born 19 June 1885,
    bapt 21 June 1885 [Tarbert RC par records], sp Daniel Michael Mangan and Mary Ellen Rahilly.


    Dominic's obituary 1936 says 2 of his sisters were Good Shepherd nuns.
    Paddy's obituary 1944 says 4 of his sisters were Good Shepherd nuns.
    One would be this sister:


    Sister M. Mangan,
    of Good Shepherd convent, Belfast,
    [P106/120(4)] (see online) is letter from her to Nancy O'Rahilly on 7 May 1916, after death of Nancy's husband in 1916 Rising,
    described as at Good Shepherd convent, Belfast, at death of Bertrand 1932.






From Rev. Daniel Mangan's letter to Anno after the death of her brother The O'Rahilly in the 1916 Rising.
"That rising was indeed a foolish and a hopeless affair, but no doubt those who took part in it did so with the best intentions."
His brother Fr. Con was far more enthusiastic and nationalist.




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