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Stubbs



Robert Stubbs,
think born 1776 and had children late in life (see death below).
Farmer, of Newtown House, Tallaght, Co.Dublin.
He mar Mary ----.
Robert Stubbs is listed at Tallaght in [Thom's] 1847 to 1850.
Robert Stubbs is listed in [Griffiths Valuation, 1847] as follows: Robert Stubbs is listed in [Griffiths Valuation, 1850] as follows: Robert Stubbs of "Newton, Tallaght" was buried at Tallaght, Mar 9, 1850, aged 74. This must be him since his widow then appears as head of household.
"Mrs. Mary Stubbs" is listed at Newtown, Tallaght, in [Thom's] 1854 to 1859.
Robert and Mary had issue:


  1. Robert Stubbs, the younger, bachelor.
    This compilation of Stubbs information shows Robert Stubbs, the younger (i.e. father is Robert) with a sister who married Brown (which 1911 census shows is also sister of William).


  2. Elizabeth Stubbs,
    listed as of Newtown at mar,
    mar 29 Nov 1854, Tallaght CoI church [GROI] to William Brown [William Doyle Brown, of Tallaght, son of James Brown, farmer],
    he is listed at mar as farmer, of "Garrinstown" (this is Garranstown, Tallaght par, see old map),
    had issue:

    1. Robert Stubbs Brown [must be child of this couple],
      must be after grandfather Robert Stubbs,
      of "Garranstown, Tallaght",
      in 1883 his child is baptised Protestant (Church of Ireland).

    2. Adelaide Brown, born 1865, Co.Dublin,
      listed as unmarried, Church of Ireland, staying with her uncle William Stubbs in 1911 census.


  3. William Stubbs,
    born Co.Dublin, Protestant,
    born 1831 (by 1901 census) or 1838 (by age at death) or 1839 (by 1911 census).
    Farmer, of Newtown House, Tallaght.




Think this is Newtown House, just NE of Bolbrook Mill.
From 1887 to 1913 map. See full size.





Jobstown

As well as his main house at Newtown, Robert Stubbs rented plot 3 below (which would include the house at 3A) in Jobstown, W of Tallaght.


The Robert Stubbs land at Jobstown (plots 3 and 3A) in Griffiths Valuation map from askaboutireland.ie.
Plot numbers match numbers in [Griffiths Valuation, 1850].
See also [VO] Griffiths Valuation maps, Dublin county, map 21.

The site is completely cleared today. Nothing is recognisable.
The building would be about where the football club is on Cookstown Rd. See street view.



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