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Michael McEllistrem



Marriage of Michael McEllistrem to Catherine Kennelly, 1950 (NOT 1951), St.Joseph's church, Limerick.
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From Mary McGrath. In Fitzgerald photos.
They were married by Fr. Dermot Fitzgerald. Think he is in back centre.




Michael McEllistrem, born 2 Jan 1917,
his father died 1930,
wit sister's mar 1937, living Main St, Ballylongford,
he sold the field in Ballylongford to the GAA club 1940, they re-named the club "The O'Rahilly's" after his relative,
listed as "farmer", living Ballylongford, at mar,
mar 29 July 1950, St.Joseph's church, Limerick [GROI] to Catherine Kennelly [born 1923, dau of Timothy Kennelly, farmer, of Coolaclarig, Listowel, Co.Kerry],
lived McEllistrem house, Main St, Ballylongford,
in 1957 the old McEllistrem house was demolished,
had issue:


  1. Michael McEllistrim (thus spelt), mar Eileen O'Connor and had issue:
    1. Elaine McEllistrim.
    2. Conor McEllistrim.
  2. Tim McEllistrem, mar Catherine Culahane and had issue:
    1. Mary McEllistrem.
    2. Michael McEllistrem.
    3. Cáit McEllistrem.
    4. Anna McEllistrem.
    5. Tadhg McEllistrem.
  3. Helen McEllistrem, mar Maurice Lane and had issue:
    1. Catherine Lane.
    2. Margaret Lane.
    3. Daniel Lane.
  4. Richard McEllistrem, mar Mary Murphy and had issue:
    1. Brian McEllistrem.
    2. Sarah McEllistrem.
  5. Maurice McEllistrem, mar Patricia Walsh.


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