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Marriage of Daniel Duggan and Sarah Clune, 1892.



Daniel Duggan,
farmer,
alive in 1892,
had issue:


Daniel Duggan,
born 1854 (by age at death) or 1855 (by age in census), Co.Clare.
Lived Ennis, Co.Clare. Living there at mar. He is "shopkeeper".
He mar 28 February 1892, Quin RC church, Co.Clare, to Sarah Clune [born 1864 or 1865, Co.Clare, dau of James Clune, farmer].
At mar she is living Quin, Co.Clare.
See mar cert from here.
He is listed at son's birth 1894 as "shop assistant", living Causeway, Ennis, Co.Clare.
They are listed in 1901 census at Gaol St (now O'Connell St), Ennis. They have 1 servant. He is "boot merchant".
They are listed in 1911 census at O'Connell St (same place), Ennis. He is "shopkeeper".
He died 17 Jan 1915, Lifford, Ennis. See death cert from here. He is "boot merchant". Death registered by son George, who was then living "Jail St", Ennis.
Daniel and Sarah had issue:


Dr. George Duggan,
George Francis Duggan, born 22 July 1894, Causeway, Ennis, Co.Clare [GROI].
Doctor. M.B., B.Ch.
He was a ship's doctor. He met Maureen on a cruise.
He mar 29 Sept 1937 to Maureen O'Mara [born 13 Dec 1901, descendant through Blennerhassett of Edward III].
He was later dispensary doctor in Howth, Co.Dublin (this may refer to Howth Road rather than Howth).
Lived and practised 199 Howth Rd, Clontarf. There as at [Thom's, 1945].
He died 4 June 1955 [mass card], age 60 yrs.
Funeral mass celebrated by Fr. Paddy O'Mara. The Attorney General Patrick McGilligan attended the funeral. See funeral list.
He was bur Glasnevin.
Maureen stayed living 199 Howth Rd, Clontarf.
Still listed there in [Thom's, 1978-79].
She is gone from there in [Thom's, 1980].
She died 22 May 1990, age 88 yrs, bur Glasnevin.
George and Maureen had issue:


  1. Donal Duggan.
    DNA match with various people. See below.
    He mar Gladys Fitzgerald and had issue:

    1. Peter Duggan, mar Sharon Tuohy and had issue:
      1. Matt Duggan.
      2. Ben Duggan.
      3. Rachel Duggan.
    2. Desmond Duggan, mar Patricia Dillon and had issue:
      1. Richard Duggan.
      2. Daniel Duggan.
    3. Donal Duggan, mar Deirdre Ryan and had issue:
      1. James Duggan.
      2. Laura Duggan.
      3. Charlotte Duggan.

  2. Sheila Duggan.


  3. Nuala Duggan.
    DNA match with various people. See below.
    She mar Michael Lordan and had issue:

    1. Colm Lordan, mar Sara-Jane Moore and had issue:
      1. Leah Lordan.
      2. Siofra Lordan.
      3. Isabelle Lordan.
      4. Cuan Lordan.
    2. Stephen Lordan, mar Veronica Hamberg and had issue:
      1. Noah Lordan.
    3. Kate Lordan, mar Rashaad Bhyat and had issue:
      1. Aoife Bhyat.
      2. Oisin Bhyat.
    4. Maureen Lordan, mar Michael O'Connor and had issue:
      1. Lilly O'Connor.
      2. Luke O'Connor.
    5. Sean Lordan, mar Eithne Sweeney and had issue:
      1. Shay Lordan.
  

DNA matches

Donal Duggan is a DNA match with all of the following:


Nuala Duggan is a DNA match with all of the following:





Maureen (on right), age 12, 1914 (with little sister Una).
From this picture.



Maureen (left) and Eithne (right), and think some local boys, Cashel Bay, Co.Galway.
"Stuck 1922" (i.e. stuck in album 1922).



Maureen O'Mara in Cashel House garden, Co.Galway.
"Stuck 1922" (i.e. stuck in album 1922).



Maureen's wedding, 1937.
Adults (Left to Right): UNKNOWN, George Duggan, Maureen, UNKNOWN, Sheila [NOT Una].
Sheila was the only unmarried O'Mara daughter at this point.
Note cigarette!


  

Duggan grave, Glasnevin

Duggan grave, Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin.
Beside James O'Mara grave.
Close to Eamon de Valera's grave.
  

O'Mara grave (dark cross) and Duggan grave (to right of it), Glasnevin Cemetery.
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Duggan grave, Glasnevin.
Photo 2006. See full size. Photo courtesy of Richard Humphreys.
See 2016 photo.



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