Sunday, July 29, 2007

James Farley 1834-1897-Anthony Brown

(James Farley was my grandad's (Norbert Ainscough) grandfather, which makes him my GG grandfather).

Anthony Brown (Aus) writes the following:
"Hi All
Thanks to a professional researcher I commissioned, I now know the date and place of baptism of my greatgrandfather James Farley (or Farrelly the Irish name which has been anglicised to Farley). My grandmother Catherine Farley was recorded when baptised in Seacombe Cheshire as Farrelly as were her Siblings. James and two younger sisters were baptised in the Catholic Church in Mullingar County Westmeath. Full details are given in attachnments. Unfortunately the possibility of finding further details is low, as so few Irish records of the period are indexed.
Best wishes
Anthony Brown"

I have placed the Farley information in the drop box widget for you to download.

James Farley 1834-1897 - General notes
1834 born at Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland Parents given as John
Farrelly & Ellen Dignum,
22 October 1933 Baptism of James Farrelly at Mullingar RC Parish -Sponsors William Reilly & Mary Monck
31 August 1841 Baptism of sister Ellen Farrelly at Mullingar RC Parish Sponsors Peter Carley & Sarah Carroll
2 June 1844 Baptism of sister Mary Anne Farrelly at Mullingar RC Parish Sponsors Thomas Murtha & Ellen Campbell
1854 Griffiths Valuation for Parish of Mullingar Westmeath lists John Ferley sic at 5 Bridge Street as tenant of a house, yard and small garden with an annual rateable value of £2.10.0d leased from the Earl of Granard, 1857 birth of daughter Mary
30 Mar 1864 at 9 Boot Lane, North Dublin at time of birth of son John
1864-67 migrated to England
15 May 1867 Shipbuilding labourer of Poolton-cum-Seacombe at birth of son James.
27 Dec 1869 General labourer living at Poolton cum Seacombe at time of birth of son Thomas
2 Apr 1871 Seacombe Buildings Poulton cum Seacombe James Farley Head M 36 M. Laborer in Ironworks Born Ireland.
20 Sep 1872 Labourer in Shipyard, living at Seacombe Buildings, Poolton Cres, Wallasley, Seacombe, Cheshire (birth of dau Catherine)
14 Aug 1875 at 4 Seacombe Building, Poolton-cum-Seacombe, Shipbuilder at birth of daughter Margaret.
2 Apr 1881 10 St. Mary's Avenue Birkenhead Cheshire James Farley Head M 45 M Sawyer (Unemp) bn Ireland
31 Mar 1891 7 Beech St. Barton-upon-Irwell James Farley Head m 56 Carpenter bn Ireland Mullingar
28 Sept 1895 Joiner Journeyman 78 St. James St. Salford, (Marriage of dau Catherine).
27 June 1897 died at 78 St. James Street Salford Lancashire England -June Q 1897 death registered as Salford 8d 145 age 59yrs
1 July 1897 buried at Weaste Cemetery Salford Grave 615 plot A9
11 Feb 1899 shown as Joiner (journeyman) (deceased ) on marriage certificate of dau Margaret to Thomas Murphy of 59 Monmouth Street Salford.

1920's Draper shop in Salford (from Harry Ainscough)But Bernadette disagrees said shop was run by Catherine Ainscough

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