Carrowhekeen

Tomas O Flatharta

Tomas O Flatharta

Carrowhekeen, Ceathramhadh Sheicin meaning Shekeen’s little quarter

Names

According to O Donovan’s Field Name Books 1838, the standard name given to the townland was Carrowhekeen and Ceathramhadh Sheicin was its official Irish name.  The village was also known as Carrowheekinge (Inquis. Temp. Jac.I), Carhoohekeen (Local), Carrowheekeen (Meresman), Carrahakin (Rev. Micheal Waldron P.P., Tithe Ledger), Ceathrú Shéicín (Logainm.ie) and Cheathrú Shéicín (Logainm.ie).

Situation:

This townland is located on the north side of the parish of Cong.  Bounded on the north by the parish of Ross, bounded on the west by Dooray, bounded by the south by Ardaun West and bounded on the east by Ballymaglancy.

Description:

Down Survey: The Down Survey was a cadastral survey of Ireland carried out by William Petty, English scientist in 1655 and 1656.The survey was apparently called the “Down Survey” by Petty because the results were set down in maps ‘‘admeasurement down’ was used; it is referred to by that name in Petty’s will.’ (Wikipedia).  The name used by the Down Survey was Carrowhekin.  In 1641 and 1670, the owner for this townland was Earl of Clanrickard who was a Protestant.  This townland had 110 plantation acres of profitable land and 110 acres were forfeited.

O’ Donovan’s (1838):

In 1838, the proprietor for Carrowhekeen was Sir Valentine Blake Esq., Minlow near Galway.  The agent for Carrowhekeen was Guinis (sic). The townland was composed of 225 acres, 0 roods and 37 perches according to O’ Donovan’s Field Name Books (1838). The village is held under lease and part sublet to tenants.  The rent was 12 to 16 shillings per acre.  The farms were letting 37 acres and subletting 3 to 4 acres.  The soil was middling with some bog and mory waste (as per transcribed from O’ Donovan’s Field Name Books, 1838).  The Co. Cess paid 11 ¾ d. per acre for 74 acres. There were two clusters of villages in East and West.  This townland produced middling crops in parts and some of the crops were not good. A public road ran through the village. There were no antiquities in this village.

Additional information: There is a link between Carrowhekeen and the Titanic.  A native of Carrowhekeen, John Flynn, who was living in America in 1912 travelled back to Ireland to visit his widowed sister, Bridget, in 1912.  When he decided to leave Ireland and go back to his family in America he bought a ticket on the Titanic which sunk on the 14thof April, 1912 with him onboard.  John Flynn did not survive.  More information on this link to the Titanic can be found on the Galway County Heritage website on the article ‘Clonbur link to R.M.S Titanic’ which can be found here https://heritage.galwaycommunityheritage.org/content/places/joyce-country-places/topics-joyce-country-places/clonbur-link-r-m-s-titanic

 

Griffiths Valuation

According to Griffith’s Valuation, Carrowhekeen had a total acreage of 225 acres, 1 rood and 33 perches.  Total valuation for this village was £70.3s.0d.  This village was divided in between five immediate lessors. The lessor for plot 1 was Rep. Sir. Val. Blake, for plot 2 it was Anthony Coyne, for plot 3 it was Alexander Lambert, for plot 4 (a-l) it was Patrick Ryan and for plot 4 (m) it was Peter Gibbons. This townland was divided into four plots.

 

Plot 1was composed of 53 acres, 3 roods and 18 perches.  This plot belonged to Anthony Ryan.  Total valuation for this plot was £18.0s.0d.

Plot 1 Anthony Ryanhad a herd’s house and land.  The land was valued at £17.15s.0d. and the house at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £18.0s.0d.

 

Plot 2was comprised of 26 acres, 3 roods and 34 perches.  This plot was divided into 4 sub-plots labelled a, b, cand d.  a was owned by James Higgins, b was owned by Hugh Flanagan, c was owned by Margt. Flynn, jun. and d was owned by William Cuneen.  Total valuation for this plot was £8.15s.0d.

Plot 2 a James Higginshad a house and land.  The land was valued at £2.0s.0d. and the house at £0.8s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.15s.0d.

Plot 2 b Hugh Flanaganhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the house at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

Plot 2 c Margt. Flynn, Jun. had a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the house at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

Plot 2 d William Cuneenhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the house at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

 

Plot 3was composed of 81 acres, 2 roods and 24 perches.  This plot was divided into 3 plots labelled a, -, and -.  a was owned by Michael Discin (sic), – was owned by Thomas Halloran and – was owned by James Halloran.  Total valuation for this plot was £22.0s.0d.

Plot 3 a  Michael Discin (sic) had a house, office and land.  The land was valued at £10.10s.0d. and the buildings at £1.0s.0d.  Total valuation for this sub-plot was £11.10s.0d.

Plot 3 – Thomas Halloranhad land valued at £7.0s.0d.  Total valuation for this subplot was £7.0s.0d.

Plot 3 – James Halloranhad land valued at £3.10s.0d.  Total valuation for this subplot was £3.10s.0d.

 

Plot 4comprised of 62 acres, 3 roods and 37 perches.  This plot was divided into 13 sub-plots labelled a to m.  awas owned by John Fox, bwas owned by Stephen Lyden, cwas owned by Thomas Somerville, dwas owned by John Ganly, ewas owned by George Langley, fwas owned by Anne Duffy, gwas owned by June Connolly, hwas owned by Patrick Flynn, iwas owned by Mark Flynn, jwas owned by John Flynn, kwas owned by Peter Gibbons, lwas owned by William Cowan and mwas owned by Daniel Cronan.  Total valuation for this plot was £21.8s.0d.

Plot 4 a John Foxhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £0.13s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.12s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.5s.0d.

Plot 4 b Stephen Lydenhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £2.5s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.7s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.12s.0d.

Plot 4 c Thomas Somervillehad a house and land.  The land was valued at £0.5s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £0.10s.0d.

Plot 4 d John Ganlyhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

Plot 4 e George Langleyhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £0.18s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.3s.0d.

Plot 4 f Anne Duffyhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £0.18s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.2s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.0s.0d.

Plot 4 g June Connolly had a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

Plot 4 h Patrick Flynnhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.12s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.4s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.16s.0d.

Plot 4 i Mark Flynnhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.12s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.4s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.16s.0d.

Plot 4 j John Flynnhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.12s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.4s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £1.16s.0d.

Plot 4 k Peter Gibbonshad a house and land.  The land was valued at £2.10s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.15s.0d.

Plot 4 l William Cowanhad a house and land.  The land was valued at £1.15s.0d. and the buildings valued at £0.5s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £2.0s.0d.

Plot 4 m Daniel Cronanhad a house valued at £0.15s.0d.  Total valuation for this plot was £0.15s.0d.

Census 1901

The 1901 census indicates there were 16 inhabited houses. The second page of the Enumerators Form (Form N) is missing and the second page of the Return of Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings (Form B.2.) is also missing.  There were 16 inhabited houses in this village.  There were 68 people in this village.  There were 35 males and 33 females.  Everyone in this village was Roman Catholic.

House 1- Michael and Mary Curran

Michael (57) and Mary (49) Curran resided in house 1 with their four children and Michael’s niece, Mary Curran(13).  Their children were Mary(19), Michael(17), Anne(10) and Bridget(7).  Michael (Snr.) was a farmer.  Anne and Bridget were scholars.  Mary (Snr.) could not read or write.  Bridget could read only.  The rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  They had a cow house.

House 2- James and Bridget McVea

James (32) and Bridget (31) McVea lived in house in house 2.  At the time of this census they had a visitor, Anne Flanagan(55).  James was a farmer.  Everyone in this household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  James was born in Mayo and the rest of the household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  They had a cow house, a calf house and a piggery.

House 3- Martin and Bridget Walsh

Martin (58) and Bridget (56) Walsh occupied house 3 with their son, Patrick Walsh(20),.  Martin was a farmer.  The parents could not read or write, Patrick could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English. Everyone in this household was born in Galway.   They lived in a 3rdclass house with three rooms.  They had a cow house.

 House 4- Bridget Anderson

Bridget Anderson (82) resided in house 4 with her three children.  Her children were Thomas(47), James(45) and Martin(40).  Bridget was a farmer.  Thomas, James and Martin were wool weavers.  Bridget and Thomas could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write. Thomas spoke English only; the rest of the household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was from Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with 2 rooms.  They had a cow house.

House 5- Catherine Flynn

Catherine Flynn (80) resided in house 5 with her daughter, Bridget(40). Catherine was a farmer.  No one in this household could read or write.  Catherine spoke Irish only, Bridget spoke Irish and English. Both Catherine and Bridget were born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with four rooms.  They had a cow house.

House 6- Thomas Flynn

Thomas Flynn(54) lived in house 6 with his two children, Michael(25) and Annie (23).  Thomas was a farmer.  Thomas could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write. Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with 3 rooms.  They had a cow house and a fowl house.

House 7-John Morrin

John Morrin(84) resided in house 7 with his son, John(42).  John (Snr.) was a farmer and John was a carpenter.  John (42) could read and write and John could not read or write.  Both John’s spoke Irish and English.  Both of them were born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a fowl house

House 8-Mary Thornton

Mary Thornton (53) lived in house 8 with their daughter, Mary Beirne(18).  Mary (53) was a farmer.  No one in this household could read or write.  Both Mary’s spoke both Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 4thclass house with two rooms.  This household had no out-offices or farm-steadings.

House 9- Mary Flynn

Mary Flynn (66) resided in house 9 with their son,John (30).  Mary was a farmer and John was a Game-Keeper.  No one in this household could read or write.  Both Mary and John spoke Irish and English.  Both of them were born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  They had no out-offices or farm-steadings.

House 10-Sarah Connelly

Sarah Conneely (76) occupied house 10.  Sarah was a farmer.  Sarah could not read or write and spoke Irish only.  Sarah was born in Galway.  She lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  This household had no out-offices or farm-steadings.

House 11-Michael and Bridget Flynn

Michael (50) and Bridget (48) Flynn lived in house 11 with their nine children. Their children were Michael(23), Anne(18), Bridget(14), Nora(13), Ellen(11), Thomas(10), Sarah (8), James (6), andJoseph (3).  Michael (Snr.) was a farmer and Michael was a carpenter.  Bridget (Snr.), James and Joseph could not read or write.  Michael (Snr.) could read only, the rest of the household could read and write.  Joseph spoke English only; the rest of the household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway. They lived in a 3rdclass house with three rooms.  They had a cow house and a barn.

House 12- Thomas Somerville

Thomas Somerville (65) resided in house 12 with his two children.  His two children were Patrick(24) and Anne(19).  Thomas was a farmer.  Thomas could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write. Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a piggery.

House 13-Mary Sarsfield

Mary Sarsfield (52) lived in house 13 with her three children, her daughter-in-law and two grandchildren.  Her children were Anthony (26), Margaret(16) and her eldest daughter was Mary Crowley(34).  Marys (52) daughter-in-law was Mary(26).  Her grandchildren were Maria Crowley(3) and Thomas Sarsfield(1).  Mary (52) was a farmer and Anthony was a farm servant. Mary (52), Maria and Thomas could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write. Maria (3) and Thomas (1) spoke English only; the rest of the household spoke Irish and English.  Maria was born in America, Mary (26) was born in Mayo and the rest of the household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with four rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house and a shed.

House 14-James and Mary Fox

James (57) andMary (57)Fox resided in house 14 with his four children. Their children were Ellen(18), Mary(16), Margaret(11) and Michael (9).  James was a farmer.  Margaret and Michael were scholars.  The parents could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with four rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house and a shed.

House 15-Martin and Kate Diskin

Martin (60) and Kate (58) Diskin lived in house 15 with their four children. Their children were Michael(26), Ellen (24),William (20) andBridget(18).  Martin was a farmer.  Everyone in this household could read and write and spoke English and Irish. Kate was born in Mayo and the rest of the household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, two cowhouses, a piggery, a fowl house and a barn.

House 16-John and Kate Diskin

John (58) and Kate (53)Diskin resided in house 16 with their four children.  Their children wereMichael(29), Patrick (20), John(16) and William (11).  John (Snr.) was a farmer.  Kate and William could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write. Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  Form B.2 Return of Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings was not available for this household.

Census 1911

Ten years later the census questions were expanded to include the following: Particulars as to Marriage (which included – completed years the present marriage has lasted, children born alive to present marriage, total children born alive to this marriage, and children still living); if Deaf and Dumb, Dumb only, Blind, Imbecile or Idiot, Lunatic.  There were fourteen houses in Carrowhekeen in 1911. There no mention of 3 households in 1911, that were present in 1901.  These households were Flynn (house numbered 5 in 1901), Morrin (house numbered 7 in 1901) and Connelly (house numbered 10 in 1901).  There was one new household in 1911; this was the Mannion household who resided in house numbered 13 in 1911.  There were eight stables, four cow houses, ten piggeries, two fowl houses and six barns in this village in 1911.  Everyone in this village was Roman Catholic.

House 1-Bridget McVeigh

Bridget McVeigh (called McVea in 1901)(48) lived in house numbered 1, previously numbered house 2 in 1901, with her aunt Anne Flanagan(69).  There was no mention of James McVea in this 1911 census. Bridget was a widow.  Bridget was a farmer and Anne was a general domestic servant.  Both Bridget and Anne could read and write and spoke Irish and English.  Both of them were born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  They had a piggery and a barn.

House 2- Martin and Bridget Walsh

Martin (70) and Bridget (69) Walsh resided in house 2, previously numbered house 3 in 1901,.  There was no mention of Patrick Walsh in this 1911 census. Martin and Bridget were married for 20 years.  The rest of this section, particulars as to marriage, is not filled in so unsure how much children they had together.  Martin was a farmer.  No one in this household could read or write.  Both Martin and Bridget spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms. They had a barn.

House 3-Michael and Mary Curran

Michael (64) and Mary (54) Curran occupied house 3, previously numbered house 1, with their two children.  Their children were Mary Summerville(30) and Delia Curran(18).  There was no mention of Mary (19), Michael (17), Anne, Bridget or Mary (13).  Michael and Mary (Snr.) were married for 35 years, had six children and four of them survived until 1911.  Mary (Jnr.) was married for 1 year and had no children.  Michael was a farmer and Mary (Jnr.) was a dressmaker.  Mary (Snr.) could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with three rooms.  They had a fowl house and a barn.

House 4- John and Catherine Disken

John (71) and Catherine (called Kate in 1901)(69) Disken (called Diskin in 1901)lived in house 4, previously numbered house 16 in 1901, with their four children. Their four children were Michael(38), Patrick(30), John(25) and William(21).  John (Snr.) and Catherine were married for 41 years, had eight children and eight of them survived until 1911.  John (Snr.) was a farmer.  John (Snr.) and Patrick could read and write, the rest of the household could not read or write.  Everyone in this household, except William, spoke Irish and English.  William was stated as an ‘imbecile’ in the 1911 census. Everyone in this census was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, a piggery and a fowl house.

House 5-Martin and Catherine Diskin

Martin (75) and Catherine (called Kate in 1901)(69) Diskin occupied house 5, previously numbered house 15, with their two children and their daughter in law, Ellen Diskin(34).  Their children were Michael(37) and William(30).  There was no mention of Bridget in this 1911 census.  Martin and Catherine were married for 42 years, had eight children and seven of them survived until 1911.  Martin was a farmer.  Catherine could read only, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English. Catherine was born in Mayo, the rest of the household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house, a piggery and a barn.

House 6- James and Mary Fox

James (68) and Mary (69) Fox lived in house 6, previously numbered house 14, with their son, four grandchildren and their servant.  Their son was Michael(19).  Their grandchildren were Mary (14), John(12), Charley(10) and Thomas(8).  Their servant was Mary Malia(78).  There was no mention of Ellen, Mary (16) or Margaret in this 1911 census.  James and Mary (69) were married for 45 years, had eleven children and eight of them survived until 1911.  James was a farmer.  Mary (14), John, Charley and Thomas were scholars.  Mary (78) was a domestic servant for this household.  The parents and Mary (78) could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  The grandchildren were born in America, James, Mary (69) and Michael were born in Galway and Mary was born in Mayo.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house, a piggery and a barn.

 House 7-Anthony and Mary Sarsfield

Anthony (37) and Mary (36) Sarsfield resided in house 7, previously numbered house 13, with their seven children and Anthony’s mother, Marie (called Mary in 1901)Sarsfield(67).  The children were Thomas(12), Patrick(10), Anne(8), Stephen(7), Margaret (5),Julia(3) and Mary K.(1).  There was no mention of Margaret Sarsfield (16), Mary Crowley (34) or Maria Crowley (3) in this 1911 census.  Anthony and Mary were married for 13 years ,had seven children and all seven of them survived until 1911.  Marie was a widow.  Anthony was a farmer.  Thomas, Patrick, Anne and Stephen were scholars.  Marie’s profession was stated as a ‘Naval domestic servant’ (as per transcribed from the Carrowhekeen 1911 census).  Margaret, Julia, Mary K. and Marie could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household, except Julia and Mary K., spoke Irish and English. Mary was born in Mayo, the rest of the household was born in Galway. They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house and a piggery.

House 8- Patrick Summerville

Patrick Summerville (called Somerville in 1901)(30) resided in house 8, previously numbered house 12, with his sister, Annie Summerville(called Anne Somerville in 1901) (26).  There was no mention of Thomas Somerville in this 1911 census.  Patrick was a farmer and a farm labourer.   Annie was a domestic servant.  Both Patrick and Anne could read and write and spoke Irish and English.  Both of them were also born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a piggery.

House 9-Michael and Bridget Flynn

Michael (67) and Bridget (60) Flynn lived in house 9, previously numbered house 11, with their seven children and Michael’s niece and nephew.  Their children were Patrick(36), Bridget(23), Ellie (called Ellen in 1901)(20), Thomas(19), Sarah(17), James(15) and Joseph(12).  Michael’s niece was Eilleen Flynn(5).  Michael’s nephew was John Joe Flynn(3).  There was no mention of Michael (23), Anne or Nora in this 1911 census.  Michael and Bridget (Snr.) were married for 40 years, had thirteen children and twelve of them survived until 1911.  Michael was a farmer.  Patrick was a painter.  Thomas was a carpenter.  James and Joseph were scholars.  Michael, Bridget (Snr.), Eilleen and John Joe could not read or write, the rest of the household could read and write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Eilleen and John Joe were born in Mayo, the rest of the household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable, a cow house, a piggery and a barn.

House 10-John Flynn

John Flynn (46) resided in house 10, previously numbered house 9, with his mother, Mary Flynn (74).  Mary was a widow.  John was a gamekeeper and a farmer.  Mary was a general domestic servant.  No one in this household could read or write.  Both John and Mary spoke Irish and English.  They were both born in Galway.  They lived in a 3rdclass house with two rooms.  They had no out-buildings or farm steadings.

House 11- Mary Thornton

Mary Thornton (72) lived in house 11, previously numbered house 8,with her daughter and two grandchildren.  Mary’s daughter was Mary Beirne(28) and her grandchildren were Mary Beirne(7) and Bridget Sullivan(3).  Mary (72) and Mary (28) were widows.  Mary (72) was a farmer and Mary (28) was a general domestic servant. Mary (28) could read only, the rest of the household not could read or write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 4thclass with 1 room. They had a piggery.

House 12- Thomas Flynn

Thomas Flynn (68) lived in house 12, previously numbered house 6, with his son, daughter-in-law and grandson. Thomas’s son was Michael(35). Thomas’s daughter in law was Jane Flynn (25). His grandson was Thomas(4 months).  There was no mention of Annie Flynn (23) in this 1911 census.  Michael and Jane were married for 1 year, had one child which survived until 1911.  Thomas (Jnr.) was too young to talk or read or write.  Everyone else in this household could read and write and spoke Irish and English.  Everyone in this household was born in Galway.  They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable and a piggery.

House 13- Bridget Mannion

Bridget Mannion(60) resided in house 13.  This was a new household in Carrowhekeen in 1911.  Bridget was a farmer.  Bridget was a widow.  Bridget could not read or write and spoke Irish and English.  Bridget was born in Galway.  She lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  She had a stable and a piggery.

House 14-James Anderson             

James Anderson (65) lived in house 14, previously numbered house 4, with his two brothers and his son.  James’s brothers were Martin Anderson(52) and Thomas Anderson (68).  James’s son was Martin(6).  There was no mention of Bridget (82) in this 1911 census.  James was married.  Everyone in this household, except Martin (Jnr.), were wool weavers.  Martin (Snr.) could read and write, the rest of the household could not read or write.  Everyone in this household spoke Irish and English.  James was born in Mayo, the rest of the household was born in Galway. They lived in a 2ndclass house with three rooms.  They had a stable.

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