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.
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.
He mar 2ndly, 16 September 1923, to Mary O'Brien [Mary Elizabeth O'Brien, bapt 13 March 1891].
They mar at Shanagolden. See mar cert from here.
Mary was dau of David O'Brien, farmer, and Bridgit Blackwell, of Kilcosgrave (or Kilcosgriff), SE of Shanagolden (near Dunmoylan, see map).
David O'Brien was son of Kennedy O'Brien of Kilcosgrave (born 1802, died 1865) who would be some relation of Kennedy O'Brien of Dunmoylan who died 1825.
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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