born 1838 or 1840,
of Glin, Co.Limerick,
mar 1859 to Margaret Patt [born 1840],
he ran pub and shop, Main St, Glin, Co.Limerick,
he is described as "shopkeeper" and "grocer" at children's births,
listed as "grocer" at death,
he died 10 Dec 1874, Glin,
age 34 yrs
or age 36 yrs [grave],
death reported by wife,
bur Kilfergus Cemetery, near Glin
(written on parents' gravestone).
listed as grocer and spirit dealer at Glin in
there is also a "John M'Coy", grocer and spirit dealer,
Margaret is mentioned as living Glin in
1881 letter and
"Margaret McCoy" listed as "grocer" and "vintner" at Glin in
[Ashe's Directory, 1891-92],
there is also a
"John McCoy" listed as "grocer" and "vintner" and "baker",
listed as grocer and vintner at Glin in
is listed as one of the chief mourners at
Thomas Francis Rahilly's
Margaret is listed
in Glin village in
she is listed as "shopkeeper (spirits)",
her children referred to as "vintner's son"
and "vintner's daughter",
John is listed as grocer,
deceased, at his dau Margaret's mar 1903,
Margaret apparently fl 1921, when her widowed sister Mary Barrett
came to live with her
after her house was burnt,
born 27 Nov 1865, Glin [LDS IGI],
must have died in infancy (there is another Mary).
bapt 7 Dec 1867
[Glin RC par records],
sp Timothy McCoy and Elizabeth Mulvihill,
born 12 Dec 1867, Glin,
Presentation Nun, "Sister Mary Ursula",
she sp bapt of her niece Catherine Fitzgerald, 1894,
died 6 Feb 1896, age 28 yrs [mass card].
born 17 June 1870, Glin,
she would be "Maria McCoy" who sp bapt of her nephew John Fitzgerald 1895,
she would be Mary McCoy who wit mar of her sister 1903,
she is listed as shopkeeper, living
mar 7 Jan 1905, Castleconnell RC church,
Patrick Scanlan [Patrick Alfred Scanlan, also listed as just "Alfred Scanlan", born 1875, Co.Clare, son of Patrick Scanlan],
wit Patrick Smith and Kathleen McCoy,
at mar he is listed as mason, of "Ganonboy, Killaloe"
(must be Garraunboy, Killaloe, Co.Clare),
listed as "Scanlan" in census and other records, though GAA son apparently went as "Scanlon",
they lived Castleconnell,
he is listed as "shopkeeper", Castleconnell, at children's births 1905-09,
see them listed
on Main St, Castleconnell,
in 1911 census, he is "Builder",
listed as "publican", Castleconnell, at children's births 1911-13,
1936 All-Ireland hurling final.
Paddy Scanlon was the goalkeeper for Limerick.
He won the first of his two All-Irelands.
Limerick are solid colour (green).
Kilkenny are stripes.
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