Kickham, shopkeeper, of Mullinahone
A descendant of this line is DNA related to our family.
Must be through the Kickham line.
- Michael Kickham, born c.1795,
of Mullinahone, Co.Tipperary,
mar Katherine Egan,
- John Kickham,
mar Catharine Flynn,
living Mullinahone 1863,
listed as shopkeeper at son's mar,
he died 1904,
- Fr. Michael C. Kickham,
- Nicholas Kickham,
bapt 14 Aug 1863 [Mullinahone RC par records],
sp Thomas Kickham and Ellen Kickham.
Catherine Kickham, born 1868,
mar 1899 to Raymie Murphy [of Clonmel] and had issue.
, S of Mullinahone.
- Margaret Kickham, of Kilvemnon,
must be Catholic (see mar),
[think Mullinahone RC par records],
(todo) see full entry,
to John Dunne
[of Kilmaganny, Kilmaganny par,
just across border in Co.Kilkenny],
Dunne family originally came from Grangemockler, Grangemockler par
(just S of Mullinahone),
he is possibly "John Dunne" who sp baptism of
William Kickham 1816.
Kickham of Co.Tipperary
- Edmund Kickham,
of Coolquill, Crohane par (NW of Mullinahone), Co.Tipperary,
he is called at various places Edmund, Edmond and Edward in the deed of 1821,
there is a deed, between him and his son Thomas,
dated 1 Feb 1821, registered 28 Nov 1821,
book 767, p.241, no.520376,
concerning lands of Garrysallagh and Tarsna, both in Crohane par, Co.Tipperary,
- Thomas Kickham, eldest son, of Coolquill, Co.Tipperary.
- William Kickham,
(must be Leigh, Twomileborris par, N Co.Tipperary),
mar (think Ellenor) ----,
died 4 June 1837,
admin granted Cashel & Emly Diocese,
(illegible date) 1839, to his widow,
Irish Administration Registers (IAR) 1839 F/72, microfilm
(old hardcopy reference is "Volume Name 4/237/36").