Inishtravin

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Roger Harrison / Forum Connemara / Rachel McDonagh

Townland:                                 Inishtravin

Civil Parish:                               Moyrus

Barony:                                       Ballynahinch

Church Parish:                          Carna

District Electoral Division:     Owengowla

Area:                                          234.60 acres / 234 acres, 2 roods, 15 perches

 

Baptism and Marriage records for Carna R.C. Parish 1821-1881

Old Pension Census (1841-1851) for Inishtravin

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Galway Library for Inishtravin  (no records)

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NUI Galway Digital Collections for Inishtravin  (no records)

 

1911 Census for Innishtravin

Overview of Innishtravin in 1911

The 1911 census lists 19 houses of which 18 are inhabited. All buildings are listed as private dwellings except for building 19 which is listed as being Innishtravin National School.  All the buildings had stone, brick or concrete for walls. All the houses have thatch, wood or other perishable materials as roofing. Houses 1,3,4,5,6,9,10,14 and 15 are all 3rd class dwellings with 2 rooms and 2 windows in the front. Houses 2 and 7 are 3rd class houses with 2 rooms and 1 window in the front. House 8 is a 2nd class dwelling with 2 rooms and 3 windows in the front. Houses 11 and 16 are 3rd class dwellings with 1 room and 1 window in the front. Houses 12, 13 and 17 were 3rd class dwellings with 2 rooms and 1 window in the front. House 18 is a 4th class dwelling with 1 room and no windows in the front. The enumerator was Const. Michael Canning.

 

Conneely                                        (additional surname: Flaherty)

House 1 in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Bartley (91) who was married to his wife Anne (90) for 68 years during which time they had 12 children of which 10 survived. Living in their house at this time was there sons Dudley (50) and Thomas (45). Also living in this house was their granddaughter Mary Flaherty (15). Bartley, Anne and Dudley all could not read. Thomas and Mary could both read and write. Bartley, Anne and Dudley all have only Irish listed. Thomas and Mary have both English and Irish. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Bartley is listed as being a farmer. Dudley and Thomas are listed as being farmer’s sons. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a stable and a cow house. The landowner was Bartley Conneely.

 

Keane

The second house in Innishtravin had 8 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Colman (69) who was married to Annie (63) for 39 years during which time they had 8 children who all survived. Living in their house at this time was their son Dudley (30) and their daughters Mary (29), Barbara (28), Margaret (26) and Annie (19). Also living in this house was Colman’s mother Mary (80). All of the occupants have both English and Irish except for Mary (80) who has only Irish. Colman, Annie (63) and Mary (80) all could not read. All other occupants could read and write. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Colman was listed as being a farmer. Dudley was listed as being a farmer’s son. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Colman Keane.

 

Conneely                                      (additional surnames: Naughton)

The 3rd house in the 1911 census had 8 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Colman (74) who was married to his wife Mary (74) for 40 years during which time they had 1 child who survived. Living in their house at this time was their son Patrick (40) and his wife Catherine (30) who had been married for 3 years. During this time they had 2 children who had both survived, Mary (2) and Bridget (3 months). In this house at the time of the census was two visitors Ellen Conneely (14) and Martin Naughton (9). Mary (74), Mary (2) and Bridget all could not read. All other occupants could read and write. Mary (74) has only Irish. Colman, Patrick, Catherine, Ellen and Martin all have both English and Irish. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Colmans occupation is given as being a farmer. Patrick is listed as being a farmer’s son. Ellen is listed as being a farmer’s daughter. Martin is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Colman Conneely.

 

Ball                                             (Additional surnames: Mc Donagh)

House 4 in Innishtravin had 4 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Colman (69), who was married to his wife Mary (71) for 51 years during which time they had 8 children of which 6 survive. Living in their house at this time was their son Colman (36) and their nephew Bartley Mc Donagh (14). Colman (69), Mary (71) and Bartley all have Irish only. Colman (36) has both Irish and English. Colman (36) could both read and write. All other occupants could not read. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Colman (69) is listed as being a farmer. Colman (36) is listed as being a Farmer’s Son. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, 2 cow houses and a barn. The landowner was Colman Ball.

 

Donohoe                                         (Additional surnames: Heaney)

House 5 had 4 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was the widow Mary (74) who was a widow. Living in her house at this time was her two step-sons Michael (40) and Patrick (35). Also living in her house was her Nephew John Heaney (22). Mary has only Irish. Both Michael and Patrick have both English and Irish. Patrick could read and write. All other occupants could not read. All occupants were Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway, except for John who was born in Pittsburg, America. Mary is listed as being a farmer. Both Michael and Patrick are listed as farmer’s sons. John is listed as being a farmer’s servant. John is listed as being dumb. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms and a cow house. The landowner was Mary Donohoe.

 

Coyne                                         (Additional surnames: O’Malley, Keane, Delap)

House 6 in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Margaret (73) who was a widow. Living in her house at this time was her son Michael (32), her niece Bridget O Malley (18), her granddaughter Margaret Keane (13) and her grandson Colm Delap (10). Margaret could not read; all other occupants could read and write. Margaret has only Irish, all other occupants have both English and Irish. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Margaret is listed as being a farmer. Michael is listed as being a farmer’s son. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a stable, 2 cow houses and a piggery. The landowner was Margaret Coyne.

 

Coyne                                         (Additional Surnames: Conneely)

House 7 in Innishtravin had 3 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was the widow Kate (73). Living in her house at this time was her son John (50). Also living in her house was John Conneely (16), a servant. Both Kate and John (50) could not read. John (16) could read. Kate has Irish only. Both John (50) and John (16) have both English and Irish. All occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Kate’s occupation is given as being a farmer. John (50) is listed as being a farmer’s son. John (16) is listed as being a Farm Servant. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Kate Coyne.

 

Curran                                      (Additional Surname: Darcy)

House 8 in Innishtravin had 3 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Patrick (74), who was married to his wife Mary (73) for 47 years, during which time they had 9 children of which 7 survived. Living in their house at this time was Annie M Darcy (29) who was a border. Patrick and Mary both could not read. Annie could read and write. Patrick and Mary both have only Irish. Annie has both Irish and English. All occupants are Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Patrick’s occupation is listed as being a farmer. Annie’s occupation is listed as being a national school teacher. The house they occupied was a 2nd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Patrick Curran.

 

Curran  

House 9 in Innishtravin had 4 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Thomas (45), who was married to his wife Mary (30) for 4 years during which time they had 3 children. Living in their house at this time was Patrick (3), Mary (2) and Thomas (4 months). All the occupants could not read and all occupants have Irish only. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Thomas (45) occupation is given as being a farmer.  The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Thomas Curran.

 

Nee

House 10 in Innishtravin had 9 occupants according to the 1911 census. Head of the family was Colman (70) who was married to his wife Mary (40) for 20 years, during which time they had 8 children of which 7 survived. Living in their house at this time was their 7 children, Colman (18), Mary (15), John (14), Barbara (13), Bridget (12), Margaret (10) and Martin (7). All the occupants could read and write and all have both English and Irish. All of the occupants are Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Colman (70) is listed as being a farmer. Colman (18), is listed as being a Farmer’s son. John, Barbara, Bridget, Margaret and Martin are all listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms and a cow house.  The landowner was Colman Nee.

 

Ball

House 11 in Innishtravin had 2 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was John (72). Also living in this house was his sister Honor (65). Both John and Honor could not read, and both had Irish only. Both John and Honor were born in County Galway and both were Roman Catholics. John’s occupation is given as being a farmer. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 1 room and a cow house. The landowner was John Ball.

 

Molloy

House 12 in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Peter (40) who was married to his wife Anne (28) for 6 years during which time they had 3 children who all survived. Living in their house at this time was their children Patrick (4), Mary (2) and Redmond (1). Peter and Anne could both read and write. All three children could not read. Peter and Anne both have Irish and English. Patrick has Irish only. All occupants are Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Peter’s occupation is given as being a farmer. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms and a cow house. The landowner was Peter Molloy.

 

Molloy

House 13 in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Dudley (50), who was married to his wife Bridget (28) for 3 years during which time they had 3 children who all survived. Living in their house at this time was their children Patrick (2), Thomas (1) and Bridget (3 months). Both Dudley and Bridget (28) have both English and Irish. Dudley could both read and write, Bridget (28) could read only. All other occupants could not read. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Dudley’s occupation is listed as being a farmer. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Dudley Molloy.

 

Naughton                                         (Additional Surnames: Coyne)

House 14 in Innishtravin had 4 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Colman (60), who was married to his wife Mary (80) for 45 years. During which time, they had 3 children who all survived. Living in their house at this time was Their daughter Barbara (24) and their granddaughter Barbara (1). All of the occupants could not read except for Barbara (24) who could read and write. Colman and Mary both have Irish only, Barbara (24) had both Irish and English. All occupants were Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Colman’s occupation is listed as being a Farmer. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Colman Naughton.

 

Lydon

House 15 in Innishtravin had 8 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Colman (71) who was married to his wife Bridget (50) for 22 years. During this time, they had 7 children of which 5 survived. Living in their house at this time was Colman’s son, Colman (38) from his first marriage. Also living in their house was Thomas (21), Barbara (16), Michael (12), Kate (8) and Sarah (5). All of the occupants have both Irish and English except for Sarah who has only Irish. All of the occupants could read and write except for Bridget, Kate and Sarah, who could not read. All of the occupants were Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Colmans occupation is given as being a farmer. Both Colman and Thomas are listed as farmer’s sons. Michael, Kate and Sarah are all listed as scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms, a cow house and a piggery. The landowner was Colman Lydon.

 

Nee

House 16 in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Patrick (65) who was married to his wife Mary (60) for 28 years during which time they had 6 children of which 4 survived. Living in their house at this time was their children Margaret (17), Patrick (11) and Annie (7). All of the occupants have both English and Irish except for Mary who has Irish only. All of the occupants could read and write except for Mary who has only Irish. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Patrick (65) occupation was listed as being a farmer, Patrick (11) and Annie were both listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with one room and a cow house. The landowner was Patrick Nee.

 

Conneely

House 17 in Innishtravin had 9 occupants according to the 1911 census. The head of the family was Michael (41) who was married to his wife Bridget (40) for 14 years during which time they had 7 children. Living in their house at this time was their children Michael (13), Thomas (11), Mary (10), Colman (8), Bridget (7), John (3) and Dudley (1). All occupants had Irish and English except for Michael (41), Bridget (40) and John who have only Irish. All of the occupants could both read and write except for Michael (41), Bridget (40), John and Dudley who all could not read. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Michael (41) occupation is listed as being a farmer. Michael (13), Thomas (11), Mary, Colman and Bridget are all scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms and a cow house. The landowner was Michael Conneely.

 

Cooke

House 18 had 1 occupant according to the 1911 census. The sole occupant was Joseph (74). Joseph could not read. Joseph had both English and Irish. Joseph was Roman Catholic and he was born in County Galway. His occupation is listed as herd. The house he occupied was a 4th class house with 1 room. The landowner was Patrick Conroy.

 

 

1901 Census of Innishtravin

Overview of Innishtravin in 1901

The 1901 census lists 17 houses of which 16 are inhabited. All buildings are listed as private dwellings except for building 17 which is listed as being Innishtravin National School.  All the buildings had stone, brick or concrete for walls. All the houses have thatch, wood or other perishable materials as roofing, except for 17 which has a roof of slate, iron or tiles. Houses 1,3, 5,6,8, 12,13,14 and 16 were all 3rd class houses with 2 rooms and 1 window in the front. Houses 2, 4, 7, 11 and 15 are all 3rd class houses with 2 rooms and 2 windows. Houses 9 and 10 were 2nd class houses with 2 rooms and 3 windows in the front. House 17 was a 2nd class house with 2 rooms and 2 windows. The enumerator was Const. Daniel Broghan.

 

Conneely                                 (Additional Surnames: Flaherty)

The first house in Innishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Bartholmew (80) who was married to his wife Anne (80). Living in their house at this time was their children Dudley (27) and Thomas (24). Also living in their house was Bridget Flaherty (9) who was Bartholmew’s niece. Thomas and Bridget could both read and write. All other occupants could not read. Thomas and Bridget have both English and Irish, all other occupants have only Irish. All of the occupants are Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Bartholmew’s occupation is given as being a farmer. Anne is listed as being a House Keeper. Both Dudley and Thomas are listed as being farmer’s sons. Bridget is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Bartholmew Conneely.

 

Curran

The second house in Innishtravin had 7 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Patrick (60) who was married to his wife Mary (50). Living in their house at this time was their children Mary (26), Thomas (22), Margaret (21), Coleman (20) and Laurence (19). All of the occupants could not read, except for Coleman and Laurence who could both read and write. All of the occupants have Irish, Mary (22), Coleman and Laurence all have both English and Irish. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Patricks, occupation is listed as being a farmer. Mary (50) is listed as being a House Keeper. Mary (22) and Margaret are both listed as farmer’s daughters. Thomas is listed as a farmer’s son. Colman and Laurence are both listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Patrick Curran.

 

Naughton

House 3 in Inishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Coleman (50) who was married to his wife Mary (50). Living in their house at this time was their children Michael (10), Mary (12) and Barbara (8). Coleman, Mary (50) and Mary (12) all could not read. Michael and Barbara could read and write. Coleman, Mary (50) and Mary (12) all have Irish only. Michael and Barbara have both English and Irish. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Coleman is listed as being a farmer. Mary (50) is listed as being a house keeper. Michael is listed as being a farmer’s son. Mary (12) is listed as being a farmer’s daughter. Barbara is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Coleman Naughton.

 

Coyne                                      (Additional surname: O’Mally)

There were 7 occupants in house 4 in Innishtravin. The head of the family was Patrick (60) who was married to his wife Margaret (60). Living in their house at this time was their children Anthony (26), Catherine (20) and Michael (19). Also living in their house was Patricks brother- in -law Michael O’ Mally (50) and his niece Bridget (7). All of the occupants have both English and Irish except for Patrick and Margaret who have only Irish. All of the occupants could not read, except for Catherine and Bridget who could both read and write. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Patrick (60) is listed as being a farmer. Margaret is listed as being a House Keeper. Anthony and Michael (19) are listed as being farmer’s sons. Catherine is listed as being a farmer’s daughter. Michael (50) is listed as being a Stone Mason. Bridget is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Patrick Coyne.

 

Coyne                                      (Additional surname: Keane)

House 5 in Innishtravin had 6 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Michael (80) who was married to his wife Catherine (60). Living in their house at this time was their children John (30), Margaret (20) and Catherine (18). Also living in their house at this time was their niece Mary Keane (12). Margaret, Catherine (18) and Mary could all read and write. All other occupants could not read. Michael and Catherine (60) both have Irish only. All of the other occupants have both English and Irish. All occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Michael’s occupation is given as being a farmer. Catherine (60) is listed as being a House Keeper. John is listed as being a farmer’s son. Margaret and Catherine (18) are both listed as being farmers daughters. Mary is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Michael Coyne.

 

Lydon

House 6 in Inishtravin had 9 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Coleman (60) who was married to his wife Bridget (30). Living in their house at this time was their children Coleman (27), Anthony (10), Anne (15), Norah (12), Thomas (8), Martin (5) and Michael (3 months). All of the occupants have both English and Irish. All of the occupants could read and write except for Coleman (60), Bridget, Martin and Michael who all could not read. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Coleman (60) is listed as being a farmer. Bridget is listed as being a house keeper. Coleman (27) is listed as being a farmer’s son. Anthony, Thomas and Martin are all listed as being scholars. Anne and Norah are listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Colman Lydon.

 

Conneely

House 7 had 4 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Colman (60) who was married to his wife Mary (60). Also living in their house was their children Patrick (26) and Barbara (18). All of the occupants have both Irish and English, except for Mary who has only Irish. All the occupants could read and write, except for Mary who could not write. All the occupants were Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Colmans occupation is given as being a farmer. Mary is listed as being a house keeper. Patrick is listed as being a farmer’s son and Barbara is listed as being a farmer’s daughter. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with two rooms. The landowner was Colman Conneely.

 

Keane

House 8 has 8 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Colman (50) who was married to his wife Anne (40). Living in their house at this time was their children Patrick (16), Colman (14), Dudley (12), Mary (10), Barbara (6) and Margaret (3). Colman (50), Anne, Barbara and Margaret all could not read. All other occupants could read and write. Colman (50), Anne, Barbara and Margaret all have Irish only. All other occupants have both English and Irish. All the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Colman (50) is listed as being a farmer. Anne was listed as being a House Keeper. Both Patrick and Colman are listed as being farmer’s sons. Dudley and Mary are listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Colman Keane.

 

Ball

House 9 had 5 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Coleman (60), who was married to his wife Mary (50). Living in their house at this time was their children Coleman (20), Michael (18) and Barbara (16). All the occupants have both English and Irish except for Mary who had Irish only. All the occupants could not read, except Barbara, who could read and write. All the occupants were Roman Catholic and all were born in County Galway. Coleman (60) is listed as being a farmer. Mary (50) is listed as being a House Keeper. Coleman (20) and Michael are listed as being farmers sons. Barbara is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 2nd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Colman Ball.

 

Donohoe                                 (additional surnames: Heany)

House 10 had 4 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Mary (60), who was a widow. Living in her house at this time was her children Michael (27) and Patrick (24). Also living in her house was her nephew John Heany (10). All the occupants had both Irish and English, except for Mary who had only Irish. Mary and Michael could not read, Patrick and John could read and write. All the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Mary is listed as being a farmer. Michael and Patrick are listed as being farmer’s sons. John is listed as being a scholar. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Mary Donohoe.

 

Nee

House 11 in Inishtravin had 7 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Patrick (38), who was married to his wife Mary (35). Living in their house at this time was their children Mary (12), Michael (9), Margaret (5), Barbara (4) and Patrick (2). All the occupants have both Irish and English, except for Barbara and Patrick (2) who have Irish only. Mary (35), Barbara and Patrick (2) all could not read. All other occupants could read and write. All the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Patrick (38) is listed as being a farmer. Mary (35) is listed as bring a House Keeper. Mary (12), Michael and Margaret are all listed as Scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Patrick Nee.

 

Nee

House 12 had 8 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Colman (47), who was married to his wife Mary (35). Living in their house at this time was their children Coleman (8), Mary (7), John (5), Bridget (4), Barbara (4) and Margaret (3). All the occupants had both Irish and English except for Mary (35) who had only Irish. Coleman (47), Coleman (8) and Mary (7) could read and write. All other occupants could not read. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Coleman (47) is listed as being a farmer. Mary (35) is listed as being a House Keeper. Coleman (8), Mary (7) and John (5) were all listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Coleman Nee.

 

Ball

2 people occupied house 13 in Inishtravin according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was John (50). Also living in this house was John’s sister Norah (45). Both John and Norah could not read and they both have Irish only. Both John and Norah are not married. John and Norah are both Roman Catholic and were both born in County Galway. John’s occupation is given as being a farmer. Norah is listed as being a house keeper. They house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was John Ball.

 

Cooke

One person occupied house 14 in Inishtravin according to the 1901 census. Joseph (50) was the sole occupant of the house. Joseph was a widower. Joseph could not read and he had both English and Irish. Joseph was born in County Galway and he was Roman Catholic. Joseph’s occupation was given as being a Shepard. The house he occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Bartholmew Conroy.

 

Molloy                                                (additional surnames: Delap)

House 15 had 7 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Redmond (70) who was married to his wife Sarah (60). Living in their house at this time was their children Peter (30), Dudley (29) and Thomas (22). Also living in their house at this time was their nephew Bartholmew Delap (13) and their niece Sarah Delap (7). Redmond and Sarah (60) both have Irish only. All other occupants have both Irish and English. Redmond and Sarah (60) both could not read. All other occupants could read and write. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all were Roman Catholic. Redmond is listed as being a farmer. Sarah (60) is listed as being a house keeper. Peter, Dudley and Thomas are all listed as being farmers son’s. Bartholmew and Sarah (7) are listed as being scholars. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Redmond Molloy.

 

Conneely 

House 16 in Inishtravin had 5 occupants according to the 1901 census. The head of the family was Michael (50), who was married to Bridget (25). Also living in their house at this time was their sons Michael (3) and Thomas (1). All of the occupants could not read. All of the occupants have Irish only. All of the occupants were born in County Galway and all are Roman Catholic. Michael (50) is listed as being a farmer. Bridget is listed as being a house keeper. Michael (3) is listed as being a famer’s son. The house they occupied was a 3rd class house with 2 rooms. The landowner was Michael Conneely.

 

 

 

Griffith’s Valuation (1847-1864) for Inishtravin

According to the Griffiths Valuation (1847-1864), The Directors of the Law Life Assurance Co. owned land in Inishtravin. This land was rented to 17 different tenants, namely John Conry, Redmond Molloy, Anthony Conroy, Patrick Keane, Thomas Keane, Valentine Conneely, Anthony Lydon, Redmond Molloy, James Conneely, Patrick Currin, Mark Flaherty, John Conneely, Bartholomew Norton, Michael Ball, Mary Conneely, Michael Coyne and John Heaney. John Conry rented 40 acres, 2 roods and 18 perches for which he paid £7 10s. Redmond Molloy rented 50 acres, 1 rood and 13 perches. For this land, he paid £12 10s. On this land he had a house, an office and a herd. Anthony Conroy paid £2 10s for his land. On this land, he had a house. Patrick Keane paid £2 10s for the land he rented, which had a house on it. Thomas Keane paid £5 for the land he rented, which had a house on it. Valentine Conneely rented land and paid £1 13s for the land annually. On this land, he had a house. Anthony Lydon rented land and paid £5 17s for the land and the house on the land.  Redmond Molloy paid £2 10s annually for the land. On this land, he had a house and an office.  James Conneely also paid £2 10s for his land. On this land, there was a house. Patrick Currin rented land and paid £1 17s for the land and the house on the land. Mark Flaherty paid £5 4s for the land annually. On this land, there was a house and an office. John Conneely paid £2 10s for the land annually. On this land, there was a house.  Bartholomew Norton paid £2 10s for the land he rented annually, which contained a house. Michael Ball paid £1 5s for the land he rented annually and the house on the land. Mary Conneely paid £3 7s for the land she rented annually. This land had a house on it.  Michael Coyne paid £3 7s for the land he rented annually. On this land, he had a house. John Heaney paid £1 13s for the land he rented. On this land, there was a house.

 

1670 Down Survey for Inishtravin

The 1670 Down Survey name for this area was Inishtawer Island. The 1641 owner was Murragh Na Mart O’Flaharty, a Catholic and in 1670 the owners were Richard martin, a Catholic and the Protestant, Sir Thomas Meredith. There were 28 plantation acres of unprofitable land, 94 plantation acres of profitable land and 94 plantation acres were forfeited.

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