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Timothy McCoy, of Clare House


Timothy McCoy, think born 1806.
He mar 23 Nov 1831 [Shanagolden RC par records] to Anna Nolan [born 1816, though probably more like c.1814].
Marriage witnessed by Rev. Mortimer Collins and Cornelius Nolan.
They lived Clare House, Kilcolman, S of Shanagolden, Co.Limerick.
She is "Anna McCoy" who sp bapt of her nephew Michael Donovan 1836.
As at children's bapts 1844-61 they were living "Kilcolman".
Timothy is listed as living "Clare House, Shanagolden" when his dau made her religious vows in 1861.
He probably dies, 1874:
He must be Timothy McCoy, farmer, married, of Kilcolman, who died Kilcolman, 17 Mar 1874, age 68 (born 1806). See entry in [GROI]. Death registered by Richard McCoy of Kilcolman (would be son).
She probably dies, 1879:
She must be Anne McCoy who died 1 Feb 1879, Kilcolman, age 63 yrs, widow of farmer. See death in [GROI]. Death registered by Timothy McCoy of Kilcolman (would be son).
Timothy is described as "farmer" (could be deceased) at dau's marriage 1890.
Timothy and Anna had issue:


  1. Patrick McCoy,
    of Duncaha House (or Dooncaha House), Co.Limerick,
    bapt 23 Dec 1832 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp James Nolan and Catherine Nolan.


  2. Rev. James McCoy,
    bapt 3 Oct 1834 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Thomas Nolan and Margaret McCoy,
    became priest,
    he would be "James M'Coy", Curate (C.C.), listed at St. John's Cathedral, Limerick, in [Thom's, 1868],
    he would be "Rev. James M'Coy", C.C., of St.John's, Limerick, who presided at the wedding of his cousin Ellen Mangan in Shanagolden in 1868,
    Parish Priest of Bulgaden, Co.Limerick (see map),
    listed as P.P. of Bulgaden-Martinstown 1888 to 1906,
    was at funeral of James Nolan 1897, listed as nephew,
    died Tue 20 Nov 1906, age 72 yrs, at the Presbytery, Bulgaden,
    funeral Thur 22 Nov, bur Bulgaden,
    see death notice in Limerick Chronicle, 22 Nov 1906.


  3. Catherine McCoy,
    bapt 26 June 1836 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Richard McCoy and Margaret Nolan.


  4. Maria McCoy,
    bapt 14 Oct 1838 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Daniel Donovan and Ellen Mangan.

    She or Anna must be Timothy's daughter the nun:

    Mary Anne McCoy,
    nun, "Sister Mary Bridget",
    took religious vows on 8 Jan 1861, at Convent of Mercy, Limerick,
    see The Nation, January 19, 1861.


  5. Margaret McCoy,
    bapt 1 Aug 1840 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Denis Mangan and Catherine O'Brien,
    died young (there is another Margaret).

  6. Daniel McCoy,
    bapt 17 Apr 1842 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Rev. Daniel [possibly McCoy] and Maria Donovan.

  7. Anna McCoy,
    bapt 12 Feb 1844 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Patrick O'Brien and Catherine Donovan.

  8. Margaret McCoy,
    bapt 19 Dec 1845 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Joseph Cussen and Margaret Cussen,
    died young (there is another Margaret).

  9. Timothy McCoy,
    bapt 25 Oct 1847 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Con. Nolan and Margaret McCoy,
    "Timothy McCoy" is listed as farmer, Kilcolman, under Kilcolman in [Postal Directory of Munster, 1886].

  10. Ellen McCoy,
    bapt 9 Nov 1849 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Michael McMahon and Ellen Mangan.


  11. Rev. Mortimer McCoy,
    born Co.Limerick, bapt 2 Mar 1851 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Thomas McDonnell and Maria McDonnell.
    He was ordained a priest around 1880.
    He was C.C. (Curate, under the Parish Priest) at Dromin, Co.Limerick (see old map).
    ["Dromin Local History and Traditions", Larry Roche, 1932] says Rev. Mortimer McCoy was Curate at Dromin as at 1886.
    He is listed as Curate at Dromin-Athlacca in 1888.
    He is listed as Curate at St.Munchin's, Limerick city (see old map) in 1892.
    He is listed as Curate at Ballingarry, Co.Limerick, 1894 to 1919.
    See him listed at Ballingarry in [Slater's Directory, 1894].
    He was at funeral of James Nolan 1897, listed as nephew.
    Listed as Curate, Ballingarry, in [Thom's, 1901].
    See entry at Ballingarry in [Census, 1901], he is "Roman Catholic Curate".
    He was at funeral of John Cussen 1902.
    Listed as C.C., Ballingarry, and nephew of Margaret Nolan at her death 1903.
    He was at funeral of Thomas Madigan 1904.
    See entry at Ballingarry in [Census, 1911], he is "Assistant Priest".
    He was at funeral of Patrick Fitzgerald 1912. Listed as C.C., Ballingarry.
    Listed as Curate at Ballingarry in [Thom's, 1919].

    He was appointed Parish Priest of Ardpatrick, Co.Limerick, in 1918 [obituary].
    He is listed as Parish Priest of Ardpatrick, 1920 to 1927.
    He died Fri 30 Sept 1927, Parochial House, Ardpatrick, age 76 yrs.
    See obituary in Limerick Chronicle, Sat 1 Oct 1927.
    Funeral Mon 3 Oct, Ardpatrick.
    See funeral report in Limerick Chronicle, Tue 4 Oct 1927.


  12. Thomas McCoy,
    bapt 19 Dec 1852 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp James Nolan and Ellen Mangan.


  13. Richard McCoy, Lord Mayor of Dublin,
    of Dublin and of Clare House, Kilcolman,
    Richard Francis, born Co.Limerick,
    bapt 16 Oct 1854 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Patrick Liston and Catherine Liston,
    described as nephew of Margaret Nolan at her death and when he disputed her will.


  14. Michael McCoy,
    bapt 11 Apr 1856 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Michael Donovan and Maria Donovan.


  15. Margaret McCoy,
    born Co.Limerick, bapt 27 Dec 1857 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Daniel Fitzgibbon and Anna Nolan,
    she is described as of Kilcolman at mar,
    mar 30 July 1890, St. Saviour's, Limerick, to John Quinlan [born 1856 or 1857, Co.Tipperary or Co.Waterford, son of Patrick Quinlan, farmer],
    marriage wit by William Quinlan and Anne McCoy,
    he was farmer, of Kilmanahan, Co.Waterford (just across border from Clonmel, Co.Tipperary, see map), he is listed as of Kilmanahan at mar,
    they lived Kilmanahan,
    see entry at Kilmanahan in [Census, 1901], he is "farmer", they have one domestic servant and one farm labourer,
    see entry at Kilmanahan in [Census, 1911], he is "farmer", they have one domestic servant and two farm servants,
    John was at funeral of Rev. Mortimer McCoy 1927,
    had issue:

    1. Patrick Quinlan, born 1892 or 1893, Co.Waterford,
      at funeral of Rev. Mortimer McCoy 1927.

    2. Ellen Quinlan, born 1894, Co.Waterford,
      alive in 1901, died before 1911.

    3. John Quinlan, born 1895, Co.Waterford, must be twin,
      at funeral of Rev. Mortimer McCoy 1927.

    4. Annie Quinlan, born 1895, Co.Waterford, must be twin,
      "Miss Annie Quinlan" was at funeral of Rev. Mortimer McCoy 1927.

    5. 1 other child, Quinlan, died before 1911.


  16. Josephine McCoy,
    bapt 7 Apr 1860 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Thomas Nolan and Catherine McCoy.

  17. Cornelius McCoy,
    bapt 24 July 1861 [Kilcolman and Coolcappa RC par records], sp Con. Nolan and Catherine Nolan.

  18. More children, McCoy.
    The dispute of the will of Margaret Cussen said there were 23 children in this family.





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