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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 72

15 Jul 1905

Boyle Petty Sessions
Disorderly Constable McGarry had James Cryan of
Mullaghroe summoned
for being drunk and disorderly. The constable
said
Cryans conduct was bad
but he was a quiet man when sober. He resisted
arrest
and when a constable
in plain clothes came to his assistance, Cryan
knocked
off his hat and broke it.
He was fined 7s 6d.

 

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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 73

Typed by Pat Hunt

Roscommon Herald
23 September 1901
Football Boyle v Carrick-On-Shannon
Although Boyle and Carrick-On-Shannon have always
been
old opponents in the football arena, hardly ever
allowing a season to pass without engaging in a
couple
of friendly encounters, still it was not until
Sunday
last they tried conclusions this year. The fact
of its
falling on St. Patrick's Day added greatly to the
crowd in attendance, which was a very large one.
The
Carrick team arrived in Boyle about two o'clock,
some
time after which both teams proceeded to the
field
convenient to the Railway Station, which kindly
given
for the occasion by Mr. Gordon, who is always
prepared
to offer every facility to the young men in the
town
in their efforts to promote healthy sport and
amusement, he having for several months each year
placed his splendid and valuable field at their
disposal. Some time after three o'clock the teams
took
up their positions on the field as follows:–
Boyle-Keaveney (goal); Cregg and Cryan
(full-backs);
Burke, O'Keeffe and Turbett, (half-backs);
Davitt,
McEwan, Rice, Levingstone and Dooley (forwards).
Carrick-On-Shannon - Graham (goal); H. O'Neill
and H.
Beirne (full backs); O. Moraghan, M, McGowan and
P.
Feely (half backs); J. Dunne, M. Moran, F.
Tumelty, W.
Beatty, and T. Padian (forwards). Boyle won the
toss,
and elected to play with the hill. There was a
strong
side-wind prevalent which was not of any material
advantage to any side. Rice commenced operations
by
passing to McEwan, who brought it along the wing,
and
for
the first time succeeded in placing the
leather in
Carrick territory. Some interesting exchanges
took
place here, but Beirne saved by sending on
strongly to
Beatty. Play was now confined to midfield for
some
considerable time, until Burke got possession and
neatly sent on to McEwan who transferred to
Davitt.
The latter had a rather heavy game to play on his
wing
as the wind in that particular exposed quarter of
the
field was extremely violent, and it taxed all his
energies to keep the ball in play. Much delay was
called here by the leather being sent out of
play, a
matter which was of very frequent occurrence for
the
major part of this half. Although Boyle were
continually pressing, a splendid performance was
set
up by the Carrick backs, who kept their forwards
pretty busy. Some of the forwards were also
putting in
good work, notably Beatty and Moran, both of whom
were
prominent for their side throughout. They played
a
good game, but lacked the shooting qualities of
the
home team. Dooley and Levingstone, after about
twenty
minutes' play, brought the ball down with a nice
piece
of work, and the Carrick goal was threatened on
several occasions. This terminated in Boyle
procuring
a corner, which, however, did not result in a
conversion to any score. For the remainder of the
game
Boyle certainly had the better of the play, some
good
shots being sent in by McEwan, Rice and Davitt,
each
of whom were unlucky in not scoring. The Carrick
forwards made some good rushes, but the backs,
Cryan
and Cregg, seemed impenetrable. The latter
appeared a
bit off colour during the first quarter of an
hour,
but pulled up for it well subsequently, as he
along
with Cryan played a most determined and
scientific
game. Boyle were pressing hard when the whistle
announcing half time was sounded. The play then
stood
- Boyle, nil; Carrick, nil. On resuming, Boyle
set to
work in a real fashion, and showed a great deal
better
judgment than in the previous half. Play was not
long
in progress until it was obvious to everyone that
Boyle would score, despite the fact that they
were
fighting against the hill. After about ten
minutes
Dooley got possession from a pass from Burke and
played along the right wing from almost the touch
post
of which he sent in a splendid shot which just
crossed
the bar. After kick out a good exposition of
passing
took place between both teams which, however,
terminated in Davitt getting away, who sent on to
Dooley. Dooley neatly centred to Levingstone, who
shot
a goal amid great enthusiasm. After this the
visitors
apparently lost heart, and for some time their
custodian was kept busy, as the Boyle forwards
were
making regular target of their goal. McEwan,
Davitt
and Rice sent in some shots, but they were
slightly
erratic. After about fifteen minutes of the
second
half had elapsed a regular scrummage took place
about
fifteen yards from the Carrick goal, Davitt got
away,
but McGowan tackled and sent on to Tumulty. The
latter
had a clear field, but could not pass the backs.
O'Keeffe now kicked on to Dooley who passed to
McEwan.
Here an opportunity presented itself which McEwan
did
not let pass, as he kicked another goal, which,
however, for some reason was disallowed by the
referee. Close on full time, Boyle worked with a
vehemence
, and shortly before the final whistle
sounded, Levingstone shot a beautiful goal from a
pass
by Dooley. At full time the score stood:- Boyle -
Two
goals, and one disputed goal. Carrick - Nil. The
visitors were entertained by the Boyle team,
after
which they left for home.

 

 

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Roscommon Herald
27 April 1901

With reference to the case of Mr Fitzsimmons
D.I. against Mr. Martin Cryan,
Keash, for an alleged breach of the Sunday
Closing Act, which was adjourned
from a previous court in consequence of the bench
being divided.
Mr Henn said that with regard to the
constitution of the bench today he
would not ask Mr Fitzsimmons to go on with it, as
Mr. O'Brien and he were
for convicting the last day, and Mr. Cryan and
Mr. Hannon were for
dismissing it.
Mr. Fitzsimmons said having regard to the
bench, he would not ask to go
with the case as it would be very unfair to Mr.
Cryan.
Mr Henn said they would adjourn the case to
the next court day, and ask
Mr. Hawkboy C.P.S. to inform the magistrates in
the district about the case,
and request them to attend.
The Court then adjourned.

 

 

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Roscommon Herald
30 March 1901
Brothers Differ
Thomas Crean v Martin Crean
Mr. Nolan for plaintiff, and Mr. P.C.P.
MacDermot,
Boyle for defendant Mr Nolan said that this case
was a
civil bill on title. The plaintiff and the
defendant
are brothers and the lands are situated at
Cloonfower.
For a great number of years the parties, with
their
father, mother and sister lived on the holding.
The
plaintiff, on his marriage, resided in one part
of the
house, and the defendant, with his father and
mother,
resided in the other. The father died some years
ago,
and the mother and sister last year. The
plaintiff was
the only person in possession, and he paid half
the
rent. The plaintiff deposed that he lives at
Cloonfower. His father died about 8 year ago
since
last June and his mother and sister died in
August.
There was nobody left in possession except
plaintiff,
his family, and his brother, the defendant. At
the
time of the plaintiff's marriage there was an
agreement between him and his father, and
plaintiff
continued in possession of half the holding
during the
life time of his father and mother. The father,
brother and sister continued living in the other
half,
and each paid half the rent equally, and the
receipt
was taken out in the father's name. Plaintiff's
brother got married recently, and plaintiff
demanded
possession, but the brother refused to give up
possession. Mr. Nolan read the agreement between
plaintiff and his father. Continuing, plaintiff
said
he saw that agreement signed and it was signed by
by
his father and Michael Broderick, a witness. Mr.
McDermot – It is one of those agreements that is
generally drawn up between blacksmiths or
carpenters,
and bears only a six penny stamp in it. His
Lordship
said he was afraid that agreement would not do.
It was
for £40, and should have a 10s stamp on it.
Cross-examined by Mr. McDermot, the plaintiff
said his
father did not make a will. The defendant did not
pay
the rent and they always considered that that
agreement should be acted upon. The defendant
never
got possession of the land. Plaintiff used to
give his
father half the rent, but there was only one
receipt
for it. William Broderick gave evidence as to
seeing
the agreement produced being made between Michael
Crean and the other parties to it. Mr McDermot
raised
an objection to the agreement, but on the
plaintiff's
paying £10 in to the court, and 10s for stamps,
His
Honor allowed the case to go on. Martin Crean,
the
defendant, said that he is a brother of the
plaintiff.
Defendant knew nothing about the agreement
(produced).
Defendant was paying rent for the land 22 years.
His
father did not go to the rent office for 18
years, and
defendant paid the rent for him. Defendant was
not
present at his brother's marriage, because he was
married privately. Defendant first heard of that
agreement when he himself was going to get
married, on
the 11th February last. On the 9th February he
made
arrangements to be married, and he spoke to his
brother about it, because he did not want to be
married without his brother knowing it. Defendant
is
paying the rent of this land. To His Lordship –
Defendant's father was the tenant. His Lordship –
I
think it was a very hard case on this man.
Plaintiff,
recalled, and in reply to his Lordship, said his
mother died in August last. Mr Nolan–And he was
entitled, my Lord, to the land on his mother's
death.
His Lordship–I think I must give the decree, but
I
think it is a hard case on this man.
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Roscommon Herald
23 mar 1901

Tobacco for the Inmates

In accordance with his notice of motion, Mr
Waters
moved that the old men over sixty years of age in
the
house, and any old women who were so disposed, be
allowed tobacco in the week. Mr Jinks inquired
why had
Mr Waters
brought on this resolution. Mr Waters
said
two men had died in the house last year, who
smoked
rhubarb leaves and other substitutes when they
could
not obtain tobacco. It was only fair to allow
those
poor inmates this small privilege, and if other
matters were looked into closely, it would be a
good
thing. Mr Cryan said that tobacco was a bad
medicine
for poor people.
Mr Waters–If you were badly off for a smoke, you
would
sooner have it than your breakfast.
Mr Cryan–I would sooner have my breakfast than a
smoke.
Mr Waters said that twenty years ago he smoked
seven
ounces of tobacco per week, but had given up the
practice long ago. Mr Jinks said that he was in
favour
of Mr Waters' suggestion. The chairman remarked
that
the ratepayers should be remembered. Mr Cryan
said the
remark should be made when people got increases
of £40
a year. They got it without a word.
Mr Keighron–Mr Cryan should withdraw that remark.
Mr Cryan–We are guardians of the rich and not of
the
poor. Mr Waters' resolution was then put to the
meeting, and declared unanimously carried.

Dr Murray reported that there was a case of
scarlatina
in the female school. A girl named Kivlehan was
suffering from it, and he was about to get her
removed
to the county fever hospital.
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Kevin

I cannot believe it. I do believe I have located my Great Grandfathers immigration data on your web site. Dominic Cryan age 24, out of Liverpool in Aug of 1855 on the Dreadnaught. The time, his age , name and place of departure all jive pretty closely to what I know of him. Anybody out there that might have a connection. Pass it on and let me know.
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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 77
Typed by Paul Cryan
Roscommon Herald, August 10, 1901.
Boyle Creamery. Carrowcrory Auxiliary. Mr. Cryan
said
at their last meeting it was decided that the
Carrowcrory Committee come before them in proper
form.
Mr. Cryan then produced the minutes of the last
meeting of the Carrowcrory Provisional Committee,
from
which it appeared that the meeting was held on
Monday,
5th August. Mr. John Cryan, J.P., presided and
there
was a large attendance of the Committee. After
the
accounts were audited and found satisfactory, it
was
decided to appoint a representative on the Boyle
Society from each townland. It was proposed that
Mr.
Cryan and seconded by Mr. P. Gormley, that Mr. D.
Crofton, C.C., be appointed, and it was passed
unanimously. The following were also appointed -
Mr.
Gormley, who was proposed by Mr. Killoran and
seconded
by Mr. McGowan. Mr. Cryan who was proposed by Mr.
P.
Duignan and seconded by Mr. Lydon; Mr. P. Horan,
who
was proposed by Mr. McGowan and seconded by Mr.
Gray,
D.C., and Mr. O. Breheny, who was proposed by Mr.
Lydon and seconded by Mr. P. Breheny. Mr. Cryan
said
he was informed by the Manager (Mr. Gleeson) that
they
were only entitled to three representatives. He
asked
if there was anything in the rules to debar them.
Mr.
Gleeson said according to the rules laid down by
the
Irish Agricultural Organisation Society, they
were
only entitled to three representatives. Mr. Cryan
-
Major Murphy told me we would be entitled to have
one
from each townland. Mr. McDonagh said they could
be
allowed one for each townland on the Provisional
Committee, but not on the Central. Mr. Cryan - We
have
two from each townland on the Provisional
Committee.
Mr. McGoldrick said he had great pleasure in
proposing
that Messrs. D. Crofton, Patrick Gormeley and
John
Cryan be co-opted on the Central Committee as
representatives of Carrowcrory auxiliary. Mr.
McWilliams seconded the proposition, and it was
passed
unanimously. This was all the business before the
meeting.

 

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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 78
Typed by Paul Cryan

Roscommon Herald 20 July 1901
BALLINTUBBER PETTY SESSIONS
Assault Thomas Cryan, Knockaligan, summoned James
Brown, of Castlerehan, for assaulting him on 6th
July.
Complainant deposed - I was working in my own
garden
on 6th July. Defendant's children were going
through
my crop. I went to stop them; defendant and his
son
ran down to the mearing ditch. Defendant caught a
hold
of me and pulled me across the ditch, and he
threw me
down on the rocks. He got up on my chest, and
'pounded' me under him. He knocked the blood out
of my
eyes, and stirred the teeth in my head. I will
have to
go to the hospital with my stomach and side. To
Mr.
Harrel - There is no pathway through my crop.
They
want to pull down my ditch. Witness (to
defendant) - I
stopped your children on the pathway. I had no
shovel.
Defendant stated that complainant said he would
wear
the children's heads against the wall. When he
saw the
shovel with him, he went down to the children,
and he
made a blow of the shovel at me. I caught a hold
of
the shovel, and complainant came across the ditch
with
it. I did nothing to him. Here complainant
gesticulated the treatment he received from the
defendant. Defendant claimed there is a
right-of-way
always through complainant's land. Mr. Harrel -
There
seems to be a claim of right-of-way. I will
adjourn
the case to Castlerea on Saturday, and let the
complainant have an independant witness to show
if
there is a right-of-way or not. In the meantime,
the
defendant is not to go there until the case is
decided.
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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 79
Typed by Paul Cryan

Roscommon Herald 29 June 1901
BALLYMOTE PETTY SESSIONS (CO. SLIGO) THE KEASH
LICENSING CASE AGAIN ADJOURNED

These petty sessions were held on Thursday before
Messrs. F.B. Henn, R.M., presiding; W. Jones,
R.M.;
J.D. O'Brien, J.P. The Keash Case When the case
of
District Inspector Fitzsimons against Martin
Cryan,
Carrowreagh, for an alleged breach of the
Licensing
Act on the 17th March was called. Head Constable
Beirne said in this case, the prosecutor and
principal
witnesses are absent on duty in the County
Leitrim
,
and he would ask their worships to adjourn the
cases
until next court day. The District Inspector was
absent, and the sergeant of the station, who is
the
principal witness, was also absent. In the cases
against Pat Dyer and Michael Henry, who were
summoned
for being found on the premises on the occasion,
application was also made to have them adjourned.
Mr.
Henn said the cases were hanging on since the
17th
March. The cases were adjourned until next court
day
at the request of the complainant.

 

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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 80
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Roscommon Herald 8 June 1901
BOYLE NO.
2 DISTRICT MR. CRYAN RE-ELECTED

A meeting of the Boyle No. 2 Council was then
held,
over which Mr. John Cryan presided. Mr. O'Dowd
said he
had great pleasure in proposing Mr. John Cryan as
chairman of the No. 2 Council for the current
year. He
thought he had done his work very fairly in the
past.
Of course, on the death of their late chairman,
Mr.
Hunt, Mr. Cryan was co-opted, and during the time
he
was in office he had done his work very
satisfactorily
to the Council. Mr. O. Queenan seconded, and it
was
passed unanimously. Chairman - I thank you very
much
for the confidence you have placed in me, and I
hope
to give satisfaction. I hope some other gentleman
present will be ready to take the position next
year.
Mr. Casey proposed and Mr. Gray seconded that Mr.
O'Dowd be re-elected vice-chairman. It was passed
unanimously. Mr. O'Dowd thanked them for the
honour.
During the short time he occupied the position of
vice-chairman, it was not easy for him to attend,
but
for the future he would try and do his best, and
attend as regularly as possible.

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Roscommon Herald, July 20, 1901.
Mullaghroe Petty Sessions (Co. Sligo)
A NEW R.M. PRESIDES.
These petty sessions were held on Thursday before
Captain Crene, R.M., and Mr. Charles Graham, J.P.
Trespass Mr. James Beirne, Tourane, sued Mrs.
Mary
McKeon, Moygarn, for trespass of cattle on his
lands
at various dates. Michael Mulligan, the herd,
deposed
that on 15th May he got four cattle belonging to
the
defendant on pasture land. On 20th May, seven
sheep
and eight lambs on con-acre potatoes. On the 24th
May,
two cattle on pasture land, and on the 26th May,
three
sheep and five lambs in con-acre potatoes. He
gave the
cattle up to the herd, and demanded trespass.
Patrick
McKeon, son of the defendant, cross-examined
Mulligan,
and asked him if the sheep were fettered.
Mulligan
said they were not, and were trespassing that
morning
and were not fettered. Capt. Crene - Do you admit
they
were in it? McKeon - Oh, yes. A decree for 4s.
5d.
trespass was given, and costs. More Trespass
Michael
Mulligan, who proved the offences in the last
cases,
sued Mrs. McKeon for the trespass of 13 head of
cattle
on his heap of potatoes on the 8th May. A decree
for
6s.
6d. and costs was given. Bound to the Peace.
Michael Towey, Clogher, summoned Dominick
Sherlock,
same place, for using threatening language
towards him
on the 10th June. Towey deposed that on the day
in
question Sherlock was shouting, and calling for
him or
his son to fight him. Sherlock said he would
stand one
round (laughter). He was at his work, and did not
come
next or near him. All he wanted is that Sherlock
should pass his door and leave him and his family
alone. Defendant called him all sorts of bad
names. He
(plaintiff) was the bailiff on the estate. Capt.
Crene
- I don't care what you are. Tell us what he
said.
Towey - He said if I came before him there would
not
be much of me left. Capt. Crene - Will you swear
you
are afraid he will do you bodily harm? Towey - I
am
afraid he will beat me if he gets me alone.
Sherlock -
Did you ever hear me insult you on the road?
Towey - I
heard you. You always insult me when you have
drink
taken. Capt. Crene said people would have to obey
the
law, and conduct themselves on the road.
Defendant
would have to find sureties, himself in £5, and
two
sureties of £2 10s. each, to be of good behaviour
for
six months, or in default go to jail for two
months.

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On the Ireland books mail group there has been a
discussion of what wonderful
sources Parish Histories are. I thought some of
you might be interested in
knowing of some of these resources. One of the
subscribers to that list has
posted those he knows of to his website:
http://www.connorsgenealogy.com/books/parishes.html

My best to you all, Leslie
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1905
25 jan
Boyle Quarter Sessions
3rd col
Malicious injury
Pat Cryan Carrowreagh
art
also
6th col
A Ballybane Suit
Darby Crann
art

11 feb
Presentation Brothers Schools
Children in School Choir
Peter and Eugene Cryan
m

18 feb
News in Brief page
Cartoon and Story of Dr Hyde
art

15 apr
Ballinamore Quarter Sessions
Wednesday
Creegan vs Clem....
art

29 apr
Died
Cryan - On April 24th 1905 at his residence in
Carrowcrory Michl Cryan.
Aged 86. Deeply
regretted by
his sorrowing family RIP.

Also
Obituary
Same page as Clippings form the Papers
Death of Mr M Cryan
father of JM Cryan JP
chairman of Boyle No2 Council
art

May 6
Boyle No 1 District
Nominations
Ballyfarnon
Denis Cryan
m

3 jun
Boyle Quarter Sessions
MONDAY
Alleged tresspass
Peter Cryan Bailiff on Mrs Caddells Estate
m

also
News in Brief
Co Sligo
JM Cryan chairman re elected for the 5 th time
m

24 jun
[p1
cartoon
Pat Breheny]

15 Jul
Boyle Petty Sessions
Disorderly
Constable McGarry had James Cryan of Mullaghroe
summoned for being drunk and disorderly. The
constable
said Cryans conduct was bad but he was a quiet
man
when sober. He resisted arrest and when a
constable in
plain clothes came to his assistance, Cryan
knocked
off his hat and broke it. He was fined 7s 6d.

5 aug
[Clippings
Act of Vandalism
Clonmacnoise
art]

12 aug
News in Brief page
last col
Sudden Death
Michael Cryan
Dockloonagh
art

2 sep
Ballaghdereen Petty Sessions
Series of Assaults
1st col
art
next page
Mullaghroe Petty Sessions
Row About a Pass
Thomas Cryan Clogher
art

9 sep
p1
hugh Cryan
drawing

30 sep 1905
[News in Brief page
last col
Irish names on carts
art]

7 oct 1905
9th col
News in Brief page
obituary
Thomas Cryan
Townaghbrack NS
Ballaghdereen
art

14 oct
News in Brief page
Elections of Petty Sessions Clerk
JM Cryan JP
ART
also
Boyle Elections Petitions
Mr Jones Oates
AND
Mr Cryan
articles

21 oct 1905
Clippings page
Sligo Union
The Suspended Porter
and
The Milk
H Cryan
art

28 oct 1905
p1
convicted 11
Cryan
drawing

also
Clippings page
Boyle Quarter Sessions
A Clogher Case
Thomas Cryan
art
[ends at Tarmonbarry case]

[11 nov 1905
p2
Strokestown Petty Sessions
Irish Names on CARTS
ART]

[18 nov 1905
Roosky Petty Sessions
THe Irish Language
art]

 

 

 

 

 

DRAWINGS
1908
21 mar 1908
Johnny Cryan
drawing
20 jun 1908
John Cryan JP
drawing
25 jul 1908
John Cryan Boyle
drawing
25 jul 1908
pat early
drawing
26 sep 1908
John Cryan
drawing
14 nov 1908
Peter Cryan Bailiff Caddell Est
drawing
2 oct 1909
James Cryan Ballinamore
drawing
6 nov 1909
Luke Cryan Caddell Est
drawing
13 nov 1909
Darby Crann Leam
drawing
25 dec 1909
Martin Cryan Caddell Est
drawing
16 apr 1910
waters
drawing
15 oct 1910
Peter Cryan Bailiff Caddell Est
drawing
21 sep 1912
Peter Cryan sub agent Caddell Est
drawing
28 sep 1912
Bally mote court
John Cryan Derrygoola
drawing
19 oct 1912
Martin Coleman
Ballaghdereen
drawing
30 nov1912
P Cryan
Ballymote
drawing

Reply-to: "FamSpack" < >
From: "FamSpack" < > | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2002 19:44:50 -0000
Subject: [Cryan et al.] Re CRYAN?CARROLL
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com
Especially for Joan Ogg(the email address on the
Leitrim and Roscommon site
is not working for you/out of date perhaps) but
others may be interested.

I note from many Cryan lists that you are
interested in Bridget Carroll nee
Cryan.
Have you looked at the website www.Interment.net
which gives monumental
inscriptions of some Irish cemeteries. The lists
are not complete but in
Assylinn Cemetery ,Boyle is
Bridget Carroll(Cryan) d. no dates, wife of
Cormack
Disappointing that there are no dates but an
indication of where to look
further.
Do you have all Bridget and Cormack's children -
just in case, this is what
I have
all baptised in Boyle and from the Boyle parish
register and with slight
variations of Cormack/Cormick and Cryan/Cryne etc

Bridget christened 18Feb1849
James c 22May 1850
James c 11 Nov 1851
Margaret c 4 Sept 1853
James c 21 Oct 1855
Bridget 19 Dec 1857
Winafred c 25 May 1862

Sadly it looks as though Bridget 1849,James 1850
and James 1851 all died
young.
The sequence of names looks as though James and
Bridget are Cormack's
parents so I searched for these and came up with
James Carroll and Bridget Gallagher as parents of
Anna c 17 March 1818
Patrick c 14 March 1823
Johanna c 17 Dec 1845
unfortunately no Cormack , but possible, in that
James Gallagher was witness
at Cormack Carroll and Bridget Cryan's marriage
thet you give as on 17 Feb
1848.(in my list 4th Feb 1848)

Bridget Cryan is a bit difficult in that there
are at least 8 Bridgets born
in the 1820s. None had a mother called Margaret.
One (c1 Feb 1831 in Taunagh
RC but would have been only 17 when married) had
parents James Cryan and
Winifred McDonagh. However Bridget Cryan c 9 oct
1822 in Boyle RC with
parents Michael Cryan and Bridget Fury had a
sister Winifred c 24 Oct 1820
and a sister Margaret c 5 April 1826. Also this
last family has a James
Cryan c 20 july 1824 who I think married Honour
Bierne and lived in
Ballynanultagh about 1 -2 miles from Garrow
Take your pick..............

I also found James Carroll and family in Garrow
in the 1901 census and then
thought could Bridget Carroll be still alive in
1901?(the graves in Assylinn
Cemetery
date from about 1892 so it is possible).
No one of the correct age
came up as a householder but putting Carroll in
the "Others in Household "
box the following came up....

Gortanure South - Mohill - Mohill - Leitrim -
Household - McGuiness -
Peter(55) - Farmer/widower - John(17)-Bridget
Carroll(70) servant/widow -

Could this be her? It is within the bounds of
possibility as the ages of the
older people are often largely conjecture.

I am sure that you have much of this but I hope
that it is helpful and
possible add a tiny morsel.
Good Luck Eve

From: Sherd43@aol.com | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 08:31:30 EST
Subject: Newspapers - Cryan
To: caoimhghin@yahoo.com
Kevin,

Thought I would pass this on to you as it is a
resource I have recently
found. Try searching the PRO Catalog online. I
took a quick look by just
putting Cryan in the search field. It returned
16 hits, a couple which have
the initial of J.
You could also try keying 'Royal Irish
Constabulary' as a search to see if
any likely sources might turn up.

I have never ordered anything through them but
believe their website
instructions are pretty clear. Hope one of them
is yours.

See:
http://catalogue.pro.gov.uk/

You don't have to 'Log In' ..... you can simply
click on "Search the catalog"

Good luck,
Sherri Delaney

Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 22:39:07 +0000 (GMT)
From: "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Subject: [Cryan et al.] PRO UK
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com
http://catalogue.pro.gov.uk/

You ran a basic search on "cryan".


There were 16 hits within catalogue entry
details.
Hits 1 to 16 are shown below sorted by catalogue
reference.

PRO Reference Title/Scope and Content Covering
Dates
ASSI 65/46/2 Cryan, Edward 1942
BT 372/1209/39 R511064 CRYANS C 10/04/1932
GLASGOW
1913 - 1972
BT 372/1655/145 R592425 CRYANS R 06/09/1925
LOSSWADE
1913 - 1972
BT 372/1698/46 R600948 CRYANS P J 14/02/1933
LASSWADE
1913 - 1972
BT 372/1904/162 R642397 CRYAN M J 05/07/1931
CANONAGALTON EIRE 1913-1972
BT 372/2002/89 R662295 CRYAN J 25/02/1928 BOYLE
1913-1972
BT 372/2796/182 R860273 CRYAN M C 15/12/1946
BOYLE
COUNTY ROSCOMMON EIRE 1913 - 1972
DPP 2/1045 CRYAN: Murder 1942
PIN 26/3579 Name: CRYAN WNature of Disability:
Nephritis 1915-1924
WO 97/269/118 MICHAEL CRYAN Born ARDERCARNA,
Roscommon
Served in 5th Foot Regiment; Roscommon Militia
Discharged aged 33 1809-1824
WO 97/402/63 THOMAS CRYAN Born KILINACORAN, Sligo
Served in 20th Foot Regiment Discharged aged 32
1817-1830
WO 339/30920 CRYAN R W W, Lieut 1914-1919; 1926
WO 339/76340 CRYAN H [1914-1922]
WO 339/119409 CRYAN P [1914-1922]
WO 339/126243 CRYAN J [1914-1922]
WO 339/127708 CRYAN J

 

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