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Patrick Goulding


Patrick Goulding.
He is listed as of Tarbert, NE Co.Kerry, at mar.
He mar 30 January 1875 to Ellen Hickie.
They lived Tarbert.
He is shopkeeper, Tarbert, at birth of children 1875-1879.
He died from typhoid.
He would be Patrick Goulding, grocer, married, who died of "typhus fever" in the Workhouse at Glin, 1 Mar 1880, age 34 (born 1846). See death cert from here.

Ellen went to live with her brother Michael Hickie, who was Master of the Workhouse in Listowel.
But he would only let the girls stay with her. Her son was sent to an orphanage.
Patrick and Ellen had issue:


  1. Lily Goulding,
    Margaret, Margaret Mary Goulding, born 11 December 1875, Tarbert.
    See birth cert from here.
    She was bapt 16 December 1875 [Tarbert RC par records].
    Lily and Josephine went to America, to Chicago.
    They were governesses for wealthy families in Chicago, including the Swifts and the banking family Mitchells.


  2. Josephine Goulding,
    Josie, Mary Ann Josephine Goulding,
    born Mary Anne, 28 July 1877, Tarbert.
    See birth cert from here.
    She was bapt 3 August 1877, Tarbert RC church. See entry.
    She might be Josephine Goulding, age 22, domestic servant, listed in Tralee in 1901 census.
    Went to America with sister Lily. They were governesses for wealthy families in Chicago.


  3. David Goulding,
    would be after grandfather,
    born 4 Aug 1878, Tarbert.
    See birth cert from here.
    He was bapt at Tarbert RC church.
    Date of baptism uncertain. He is in a list of entries in the register with dates of birth but no date of baptism. Gives him date of birth of 3 Aug 1878. Not to be confused with date of baptism of his sister a year before.


  4. Hubert Goulding,
    Hugh, would be after grandfather,
    born Tarbert, 2 Nov 1879 [baptism] or 4 Nov 1879 [birth cert].
    See birth cert from here.
    He was bapt 10 November 1879 [Tarbert RC par records].
    Sent to an orphanage:
    Incredibly, he was sent to a Christian Brothers orphanage when his father died. He was not allowed stay with mother at Listowel workhouse.
    He might be Hugh Goulding, shop assistant, age 20, listed in William St, Listowel, in 1901 census.

    He mar 1911-1921 to Mary Elizabeth Buckley [dau of Laurence Buckley, cooper, of Listowel, Co.Kerry].
    See her family listed in William St, Listowel, in 1901 census.
    See her family listed in William St, Listowel, in 1911 census.
    Can't find marriage. Might have married in America.

    They went to America, to Chicago.
    He died early 1960, age 80 yrs.
    See death notice in Chicago Tribune, 16 Feb 1960.
    He was bur Mount Carmel Cemetery, Chicago (see map).
    They had issue:

    1. David Goulding.
    2. Hugh Goulding.
    3. Patricia Goulding, mar William Joseph O'Connell and had issue:
      1. Kathleen O'Connell, mar Mukesh Sundaram.
    4. Laurence Goulding.
    5. Mary Therese Goulding.


  5. [P102/208(118)] says there were 3 more children.
    Though that seems unlikely.




"Lawrence Buckley", cooper, listed in Listowel in [Slater's Directory, 1894].



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