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Mullally



James Mullally holds the old Kickham property, plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone.
From 1894 Valuation Lists for Mullinahone.
See full details.


  

William Mullally,
farmer,
had issue:


  1. James Mullally,
    James J. Mullally, born 1865 (by census) or 1867 (by death cert), Co.Tipperary.
    At mar he is described as of Mohober, Lismalin par (near Mullinahone).
    [Deed, 1892] describes him as "farmer". Mar cert describes him as "rate collector".

    He mar 24 Feb 1892 to Bridget Kickham [bapt 15 Dec 1864].
    At marriage the Kickham property at plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone was put into James' name. See [Deed, 1892].
    James is listed as "farmer" and "shopkeeper", Mullinahone, at children's births 1893-1896.
    Listed as "farmer", Mullinahone, at children's births 1897-1899.
    Listed as "shopkeeper" and "rate collector, Mullinahone, at son's birth 1901.
    They did not live at Carrick St but rather on "Chapel St" (Callan St, now Kickham St).
    See them listed on Chapel Street, Mullinahone, in 1901 census. He is rate collector. She is shopkeeper. They have 2 servants.
    He is listed as "shopkeeper" and "rate collector", Mullinahone, at son's birth 1904.
    He is listed as "shopkeeper" and "rate collector" at death.
    James dies, 1905:
    He died 15 July 1905, Mullinahone, of cirrhosis of the liver, age 38 yrs (by death cert) or age 40 yrs (by census).
    See death cert from [GROI]. From here.

    Bridget is listed on Chapel Street, Mullinahone, in 1911 census. She is shopkeeper, widow. They have 1 servant.
    Listed as shopkeeper at son's death 1912.
    She is listed at death as widow of a shopkeeper.
    She died 27 Mar 1925, Mullinahone, age 60 yrs. See death cert from here.
    James and Bridget had issue:


    1. William Mullally,
      after grandfather,
      born 28 Aug 1893, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Home in 1901 census.
      Registered father's death 1905. Living Mullinahone (age 11).
      Not home in 1911 census.

    2. Mary Mullally,
      Mary Finbar Mullally, May, Mai,
      only dau, born 22 Sept 1894, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      She registered death of brother 1912. Living Mullinahone.
      She mar 6 Apr 1932, St.Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny, to Charles Joseph Hayden [son of Martin C. Hayden, Callan].

    3. Richard Mullally,
      Richard John Mullally, after grandfather,
      born 3 Jan 1896, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Home in 1901 census but not home in 1911.

    4. Thomas Patrick Mullally,
      born 7 Mar 1897, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Not listed in 1901 census. Must have died.

    5. John Mullally,
      born 26 Apr 1898, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Not listed in 1901 census. Must have died.

    6. Laurence Mullally,
      born 8 Nov 1899, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Not listed in 1901 census. Must have died.


    7. Michael Mullally,
      born 6 Feb 1901, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Looks like "Michael A." in 1911 census.
      Registered mother's death 1925, then living Mullinahone.
      He mar Catherine Croke (Kit).
      Lived Callan St (Kickham St), Mullinahone.
      He would be Michael Mullally who holds plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone in 1955 Valuation List.


    8. James Mullally,
      born 7 Aug 1904, Mullinahone, see birth cert from here.
      Looks like "Jemmie J." in 1911 census.
      He died 9 Sept 1912, Mullinahone, age 8 yrs, of tubercular meningitis, see death cert from here.




The Mullally property, Carrick St, Mullinahone, in a movie in 1917.
It is shown in the Christmas parade scene in the film Knocknagow, filmed in 1917.
Click to play.



Plots 63 and 64, Carrick St, Mullinahone, shown in 1955 Valuation List.
Now held by Michael Mullally.
See full details.


  
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