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Mary CONNOLLY

Mary CONNOLLY

Female Bef 1810 - Bef 1851 CENSUS

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  • Name Mary CONNOLLY 
    Born Bef 1810 
    Gender Female 
    Died Bef 1851 CENSUS 
    Person ID I5153  4 February 2018
    Last Modified 17 Aug 2013 

    Family David SCANLON,   b. [1791], Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1881 CENSUS 
    Married 14 Oct 1830  Goleen Roman Catholic, Schull West, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • Area - CORK & ROSS (RC) , Parish/Church/Congregation - SCHULL WEST
      Marriage of DAVID SCANLAN of N/R and MARY CONNELY of N/R on 14 October 1830
      Husband Wife
      Name DAVID SCANLAN MARY CONNELY
      Recorded Diocesan Area CORK & ROSS
      Recorded Parochial Area WEST SCHULL (GOLEEN)
      Witness 1 DENIS SCANLAN
      Witness 3 JOHN SWEENY
      Book Number Page Entry Number Record_Identifier Image Filename
      N/R N/R N/R CR-RC-MA-87471 cork & ross.west schull (goleen).p4800.00256
    • David Scanlan
      in the Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers, 1655-1915
      Name: David Scanlan
      Gender: Male
      Event Type: Marriage
      Marriage Date: 14 Oct 1830
      Marriage Place: Schull West, Cork, Ireland
      Diocese: Cork and Ross
      Spouse: Mary Connely
      Catholic Parish Registers, The National Library of Ireland; Dublin, Ireland; Microfilm Number: Microfilm 04800 / 02
      "14 David Scanlon Mary Connely Lews Scanlon John Sweeny L O Sullivan"
    Children 
     1. James SCANLON,   b. [1831], Skull West, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1871 CENSUS
     2. Margaret SCANLON,   b. [1834], Skull West, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1871 CENSUS?
     3. Catherine Susan SCANLON,   b. Skull West, Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Feb 1922, Yoho Lake, Kingsclear, York, NB Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID F224  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 1846, June 30: Johanna Scanlon baptized James Gorman, son of James Gorman and Bridget Scanlon
      1847, October 25: Ann Scanlon baptized John Michael Driscoll, son of James Driscoll and Mary Scanlon
      1857, August 20: Ann Scanlon witnesses marriage of Bridget Scanlon and Timothy Ryan.
    • Area - CORK & ROSS (RC) , Parish/Church/Congregation - SCHULL WEST
      Marriage of JER MURPHY of N/R and JONE CONNELLY of N/R on 15 May 1837
      Husband Wife
      Name JER MURPHY JONE CONNELLY
      Recorded Diocesan Area CORK & ROSS
      Recorded Parochial Area WEST SCHULL (GOLEEN)
      Witness 1 DAVID SCANLAN
      Witness 3 NEL MURPHY
      Book Number Page Entry Number Record_Identifier Image Filename
      N/R N/R N/R CR-RC-MA-88054 cork & ross.west schull (goleen).p4800.00263
    • All Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837
      Name Residence Location Year
      James Connell Goleen, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Larence Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Martin Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Richd Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Richd Tim Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Timy Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Willm Connell Keal Fadah, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Willm Connell Balteen, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
      Denis Connely Tournore, Kilmoe, Cork 1828
    • All Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, 1823-1837
      Name Residence Location Year
      Chas Connell Dromcorragh, Skull, Cork 1827
      Denis Connell Dromcorragh, Skull, Cork 1827
      James Connell Cove, Skull, Cork 1827
      James Connell Dromcorragh, Skull, Cork 1827
      James Connell Aghaville, Skull, Cork 1827
      Jams Connell Gurram, Skull, Cork 1827
      Jno Connell Droumkeol, Skull, Cork 1827
      Jno Connell Cappagh Glass, Skull, Cork 1827
      John Connell Framanagh, Skull, Cork 1827
      Mary Connell Dromore, Skull, Cork 1827
      Richd Connell Droumkeol, Skull, Cork 1827
      Richd Connell Gurram, Skull, Cork 1827
      Thomas Connell Cappagh Glass, Skull, Cork 1827
      Thoms Connell Letter, Skull, Cork 1827
      Thoms Connell Cubbeen, Skull, Cork 1827
      Thoms Connell Gurram, Skull, Cork 1827
      William Connell Peatnora, Skull, Cork 1827
      Wm Connell Sipeennereegh, Skull, Cork 1827
      Ellen Connolly Killeenleagh, Skull, Cork 1827
      Margaret Connolly Baunalunn, Skull, Cork 1827
      Pat Connolly Garrane, Skull, Cork 1827
      Darby Connoly Ballieumirk, Skull, Cork 1827
      Darley Connoly Ballibawn, Skull, Cork 1827
      Derby Connoly Droumkeol, Skull, Cork 1827
      Jeny Connoly Droumkeol, Skull, Cork 1827
      Cor Conolly Cooragannive, Skull, Cork 1827
    • http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/27099-mtDNA-U3
      mtDNA U3
      Haplogroup U3 (named 'Uma' by Brian Sykes) is defined by the HVR1 transition A16343G. It is found at low levels throughout Europe (about 1% of the population), the Near East (about 2.5% of the population), and Central asia (1%). U3 is present at higher levels among populations in the Caucasus (about 6%) and among Lithuanian Romani, Polish Romani, and Spanish Romani populations (36-56%). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_U_(mtDNA)

      The American Journal of Human Genetics 70:6 (June 2002): 1411-1420. The study collected mtDNA from about 600 Jews and non-Jews from around the world, including 78 Ashkenazic Jews and Georgians, Uzbeks, Germans, Berbers, Ethiopians, Arabs, etc. 17.9% of sampled Iraqi Jews have an mtDNA pattern known as U3, compared to 2.6% of Ashkenazic Jews, 0.9% of Moroccan Jews, 1.7% of ethnic Berbers, 1.1% of ethnic Germans, 0.0% of Iranian Jews, 0.0% of Georgian Jews, 0.0% of Bukharian Jews, 0.0% of Yemenite Jews, 0.0% of Ethiopian Jews, 0.0% of Indian Jews, 0.0% of Syrian Arabs, 0.0% of Georgians, 0.0% of Uzbeks, 0.0% of Yemeni Arabs, 0.0% of Ethiopians, 0.0% of Asian Indians, 0.0% of Israeli Arabs. (According to Vincent Macaulay, U3 is found also among some Turks, Iraqis, Caucasus tribes, Alpine Europeans, North Central Europeans, Kurds, Azerbaijanis, Eastern Mediterranean Europeans, Central Mediterranean Europeans, Western Medi

      Sanz - U3: Mediterranean Origin. The mitochondrial super-haplogroup U encompasses haplogroups U1-U7 and haplogroup K. Haplogroup U3 is found distributed throughout Europe, appearing, for example, in higher frequencies in Sweden, Georgia, and Bulgaria, and is estimated to have originated more than 12,000 years ago. A sublineage of haplogroup U3 is found distributed in southeast Europe, and it has been suggested that this lineage was part of the Neolithic expansion bringing agriculture to Europe from the Near East. 11% of modern day Europeans share this origin.
    • http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1529-8817.2005.00222.x/pdf
      Mitochondrial DNA Diversity in the Polish Roma
      B. A. Malyarchuk, T. Grzybowski, M. V. Derenko, J. Czarny and D. Miscicka-Sliwka

      U3
      Polish Roma (n=69) 25(36.2)
      Lithuanian Roma (n=18) 10(55.6)
      Spanish Roma (n=25) 13(52.0)
      Balkan Roma (n=71) 1(1.4)
      Vlax Roma (n=161) 4(2.5)

  • Sources 
    1. [S3654] Goleen Roman Catholic Records, Goleen Roman Catholic, (http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/).