Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.
Patrick Henry Doolan,
mar pre-1864 to Margaret Hanly [born 1836].
[Dowling family tree] says he is listed as "Patrick Doolan" at children's births.
However he is "Henry Dowling" at his son John's birth in [GROI]. She is "Margaret Hanly".
Their son John's marriage entry in [LDS] incorrectly lists mother as "Margaret Newley".
They lived Corofin (or Corrofin), Killinaboy par, Co.Clare.
At son's birth 1866 he is "servant", living Corofin.
Later he was a grocer in Back Street, Corofin.
Listed in [Guy's, 1893] as "Henry Doolan", bacon merchant and grocer, Back St, Corofin.
Margaret died 12 Apr 1900, Corofin, age 64 yrs.
See death cert. From here. She is wife of shopkeeper.
Patrick Henry is listed in 1901 census in Back St, Corofin. He signs himself "Patrick H. Doolan". He is grocer, widower.
He died 19 Dec 1910, Corofin.
See death cert. From here. He is "Henry Doolan" on death cert. He is shopkeeper.
They had issue:
in 1910 US census.
The family is now living "Blackwell's Island".
He is Chief Engineer,
NYC Home for the Aged and Infirm,
Living "Blackwell's Island" when Nell Humphreys wrote to Eva after the 1916 Rising in which Nell's brother was KIA. See letter of 3 Sept 1916.
See entry in 1920 US census. They are living Decatur Ave, Bronx, New York (see map). He is "Engineer".
John died shortly after 1920.
See entry in 1925 NY state census. Eva is living Decatur Ave, Bronx. John is not there, probably dead.
See entry in 1930 US census. Eva is widow, living Decatur Ave, Bronx.
See entry in 1940 US census. Eva is living Decatur Ave, Bronx.
John and Eva were meant to have lived at some point at Far Rockaway, Queens (on Rockaway Peninsula), New York City Harbour, but maybe this is where Eva lived as a widow.
Eva lived New Rochelle, Westchester County, NY (just N of NYC).
She received benefits from 1966, New York. See social security form, showing her parents.
She died 1 Sept 1971, New Rochelle, age 93 yrs.
John and Eva had issue:
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