Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
they lived at Ballyane House, with her children by 1st marriage,
"James Nolan, Ballyanne" was at funeral of John Danaher Aug 1900,
they are listed in [Census, 1901] at Ballyane House, he is farmer, they have two farm servants and one domestic servant,
he is probably James Nolan of Cloghanarold, Co.Limerick, who is listed as nephew of Margaret Nolan at her funeral 1903,
because he is her nephew, and he is otherwise unlisted,
and it looks like he might have had a farm at Cloghanarold, since his young stepson Cornelius Nolan is there in 1901,
they are listed in [Census, 1911] at Ballyane House, he is farmer, they have one farm servant and one domestic servant,
James died at Ballyane on 30 May 1917, age 59 yrs,
see death notice in Limerick Chronicle, 31 May 1917,
funeral Fri 1 June 1917, bur Ballysimon, near Limerick city (his mother's homeland), no grave inscription.
Margaret died St.John's Hospital, Limerick, Fri 6 Jan 1922, age 75 yrs,
(todo) see death of Margaret Nolan, [GROI], Limerick, 1st qr 1922, age 75, vol 5 p 253,
funeral Sun 8 Jan 1922 at St.John's RC cathedral, Limerick,
bur "family burial place" (may mean Nolan family burial place) at Knockpatrick, Shanagolden, (todo) see grave,
see her funeral report in Limerick Chronicle, Thur 12 Jan 1922.
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