Humphrys genealogy

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Marriage of Anne Mahony and John Kickham, 16 July 1827 [Cashel RC par records].

--- Mahony,
family later rendered as O'Mahony.
Farmer, of near Cashel, Co.Tipperary.

Mahony of Mocklershill: Mahony of Palmer's-hill:

There was a tradition that this family was related to the Young Irelander and Fenian John O'Mahony but there is no convincing evidence of this [Comerford, 1979].
Mahony had issue:

  1. Mary Mahony,
    born 1796,
    mar pre-1827 to Thomas Kickham [born 1800] and had issue.

  2. Anne Mahony,
    or Nancy,
    "Anne Teresa Mahony" at son's bapt 1834,
    [Ms 8138] says she was of Killusty or Killurney, but that must be confusion with John Kickham's mother, who was of Killusty,
    Killurney is in Temple-etney par, S of Killusty (see map),
    (todo) see [Ms 8138] again,
    Anne is described as of Cashel at mar,
    mar 16 July 1827 [Cashel RC par records] to John Kickham [born probably c.1805] and had issue.
    Parents of the Fenian Charles Joseph Kickham.



Mocklershill, some distance E of Cashel, on 1829 to 1842 map.

What appears to be "Ulick Mahoney" listed as holding 2 acres at Mocklershill in [Tithe Survey, 1830].

Palmer's Hill


Palmer's Hill, NE side of Cashel, on 1829 to 1842 map.

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