Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.
just W of
This modern map
as the name of the location
Not to be confused with Glensharrold in W Co.Limerick (see map).
They are listed in [Census, 1901] at Cloghanarold. He is "farmer". They have one domestic servant.
Lived Creeves House
(also called Fort Anne),
(some way E of Shanagolden,
Creeves House (or Fort Anne) was an old landlord's house. Built by William Johnson in 1810. It was a big house, with a ballroom.
"Cornelius Nolan, Creeves House" is listed as grand-nephew of Margaret Nolan at her death 1903.
Teresa witnessed her sister Anne's mar 1909.
They are listed in [Census, 1911] at Creeves. He is "cattle dealer".
He is listed as "farmer" at wife's death.
Teresa died 3 July 1918, at her home,
"Creave's House, Shanagolden",
age 49 yrs.
Supposed to have died of ovarian cancer. Though transcript of death cert says she died of TB.
Funeral Fri 5 July 1918. She was bur "family burial place" at Knockpatrick, Co.Limerick.
See death notice in Limerick Chronicle, 6 July 1918.
Cornelius had issue by 1st wife:
Cornelius is listed at mother's funeral 1922.
At 2nd mar he is farmer, of Creeves.
Cornelius died 4 Apr 1933, age 56 yrs.
Mary died 1974, age 83 yrs.
Cornelius had issue by 2nd wife:
Site of Creeves House (Fort Anne).
Photo 2013. See full size and other shot.
The house is now gone. The old walls of the garden survive.
There is a new bungalow at the site, called "Fort Anne".
See street view.
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