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Mangan of Parkmore, Shanagolden, Co.Limerick

Mangan of Parkmore are supposed to be related to the poet.
[Shannon-Mangan, 1996] says the Fitzsimons house (i.e. Parkmore) was supposed to be the family home of the poet's father James Mangan (born 1765).

Mangan of Parkmore are also supposed to be related to Ellen Mangan, mother of The O'Rahilly.
Also supposed to be related to Margaret Mangan who married Sean Hartney.




Parkmore, N side of Shanagolden, Co.Limerick.
The N part of Parkmore is in Shanagolden parish.
The S part of Parkmore is in Robertstown parish.
Both in the Barony of Shanid.
From 1829 to 1842 map.





Mangan of Parkmore




Parkmore plots in [Griffiths Valuation].
In 1852, John Mangan is living in plot 1 in the N part of Parkmore (see the house on the W side), He also holds plot 2 in the S part of Parkmore.
Elizabeth Mangan is living in plot 2 in the N part of Parkmore (see the house on the W side). She also holds plot 1 in the S part of Parkmore.
From askaboutireland.ie.



The Mangan house at Parkmore on 1887 to 1913 map.
In 1852, John Mangan is in the N part. Elizabeth Mangan is in the S part.



The Mangan house at Parkmore.
2009 shot from street view.





John Mangan

John Mangan was thought to be a brother of Denis Mangan (born 1807) of Dunmoylan and Gourbane (perhaps a cousin).
There is a "John Mangan" who sp the bapt of Denis' son James in 1833.

John Mangan was thought to have had a brother in Parkmore, though John's family eventually inherited it.
There are no Mangans in Parkmore in 1901 census except John's widow and daughters.






Dan Mangan





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