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51 "Dinny Crawley’s mother was Rosie McCann from our house- a sister of my dad’s" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016). Crawley, Dinny (I651)
 
52 "Dinny Crawley’s mother was Rosie McCann from our house- a sister of my dad’s" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016). Crawley, Din (I775)
 
53 "Dinny’s father was 'old Din' and his parents were Tom/Tommy Crawley (from the same house) and the mother was from right across the road: Mary-Catherine McGlade. Before that was old Din Crawley again married to Mary McNulty from Aghmakane - past Lislea church, on right" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016). "Old Din" was also known as "Tom Dinny" (Typed reminiscences of Tommy Crawlley).
Thomas takes over the House & Land in 1909 following death of Denis Crawley in 1907. (Levelamore landholdings 13A & 13B-Griffiths Land Valuation Revisions 1865-1929). 
Crawley, Thomas (I405)
 
54 "Dinny’s father was old Din and his parents were Tom/Tommy Crawley (from the same house) and the mother was from right across the road: Mary-Catherine McGlade. Before that was old Din Crawley again married to Mary McNulty from Aghmakane - past Lislea church, on right" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016). . Paddy McGrath (b1935) records Mary was also known as "Malshe McAnulty".
 
McAnulty, Mary (I407)
 
55 "Dinny’s father was old Din and his parents were Tom/Tommy Crawley (from the same house) and the mother was from right across the road: Mary-Catherine McGlade. Before that was old Din Crawley again married to Mary McNulty from Aghmakane - past Lislea church, on the right" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).
In 1899 Denis is still living see marriage of son Thomas.
 
Crawley, Denis (I406)
 
56 "Dinny’s father was old Din and his parents were Tom/Tommy Crawley (from the same house) and the mother was from right across the road: Mary-Catherine McGlade. Before that was old Din Crawley again married to Mary McNulty from Aghmakane - past Lislea church, on the right" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).
Mary Kate's 1899 marriage registration records that both her father (John McGlade) and her spouse Thomas's father (Denis Crawley) are both "alive".
1911 census shows that the 6 chldren born to Mary Kate were living. 
McGlade, Mary Kate (I408)
 
57 "Doctor's Quarters" is a townland in Co Armagh, which is small in area. At the time there were between 5 and 7 households/farmholdings. Some larger townlands had over 70 households. Murphy, Minnie (I536)
 
58 "Dominick Maginniss" (aged 5 weeks). "Annie Maginniss (Anne Toal) mother of the deceased was present at death in Aughadanove".
"Certified" confirms that a medical doctor confirmed the cause of death. Prior to the establishment of the NHS in 1948, the doctor required payment. 
Mcginnis, Dominick (I599)
 
59 "Elizabeth Loye, daughter of deceased, present at death". Elizabeth Owen was newly married in June.
Owen is a widower. 
Owens, Owen (I994)
 
60 "Ellen Toal, widow of deceased, present at death" (formerly Ellenor Kelly). Toal, James (I501)
 
61 "Farmer Husband" Charles Hughes was present and informed the Registrar in Newtownhamilton on 24 May 1886.
(Morbis Cordis-means no more than heart disease. Probably used by doctors when they didn't know the exact cause of death but were sure it was natural causes). 
Kirley, Mary (I1127)
 
62 "Griffiths Valuations Revisions: Plot 19B (Hannaways) that went to Mary “Bartley” in 1881, & John Hannaway he got the place in 1889. Went to Patrick Hannaway in 1921, he still had it in 1935 & 1936-57; then it went to George Hannaway in 1965. This property along with John Quinn’s (plot 19A) total of 11.5 acres" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).
Possibly born in March. Peter (b1909) said Georgy born 1927. Good friend was Michael-James Bennett. 
Hannaway, George (I15)
 
63 "He lived in Liverpool and worked for years in the market gardens. He had 2 children and came back and lived in a house below Brian Hughes" (Sarah Byrnes [b1915] audio - June 1988).
"Mick Charlie lived in a house on daddy's [Brian Hughes] land. Behind the house near the McParlands'/Jim Boyle" - audio Marie McShane (née Hughes) in 2018. 
Hughes, Michael (I1101)
 
64 "Henry Morgan-Father- Present at Birth". Mother is Ellen Morgan (formerly McCoy).
In 1911 census: aged 40 years. 
Morgan, Bridget (I426)
 
65 "Hughie (Morgan) married Bridget Healy of Donegal and they went to Scotland." (2016 audio recording of Eugene McCann).
Correction - "Hughie (Morgan) married Bridget Hilley from Coatbridge, not Donegal" (Gerry Morgan, grandson of Hughie Morgan - updated 2019).
 
Morgan, Hughie (I573)
 
66 "Hughie Hannaway’s children: there was a Patrick married a Miss Toal and his brother James married her sister also a Miss Toal. All four went to Scotland." (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).
Mary Hannaway was recorded as James' next-of-kin on his emigration sailing records Jan 1923. Probably Mary Toal - Eugene McCann 
Hannaway, Mary (I412)
 
67 "Jane McLachlan, Aunt" (of Mary?) was present at the birth.
Address of Birth is "Kilbirnie Station, Dalry". The Lanarkshire & Ayrshire Railways opened a branch line to Kilbirnie, but in 1889. However there were several mills ini Kilbirnie in the 1860s and these were steam-driven. The mills wouild need an "Engine Keeper" such as Anthony McGinnis to keep the steam engines running.
Witness Role: Aunt Name: Jane McLachlan
Witness Role: Jane McLachlan (Aunt) was "present" at the birth of Bartholomew. Most likely acting as midwife at the time. 
McGinnis, Bartholomew (I1352)
 
68 "John & Danny McGlade were born opposite Dinny Crawley's (Longfield Rd., Levelamore)" Eugene McCann,Ballykeel, audio Sept 2016.
"John McGlade's wife was Dorothy Morgan" (Anna Doherty b1950 in 2016 audio record) 
McGlade, John (I402)
 
69 "John & Danny McGlade were born opposite Dinny Crawley's (Longfield Rd., Levelamore)" Eugene McCann,Ballykeel, audio Sept 2016. McGlade, Danny (I404)
 
70 "John Hanaway son of deceased present at death, Aghadanove".
1901 census states Hugh's age is 52, thus born about 1849. 1911 census his age is 69, so born about 1842. 1915 death certificate age is 73, so born 1842.
There are no accurate records of residents of Hughie Hannaway's house on Slieve Gullion after the 1917 marriage of Rose Ann Hannaway.
Griffiths' Land Valuation Revisions 1909-1929 for Hughie Hannaway's tenancy has the entry "In fee", with the year "1919" in the margin. John Hannaway has therefore agreed the offer from the Irish Land Commission to purchase the land of his late brother Hugh in 1919. John died in 1917. 
Hannaway, Hughie (I19)
 
71 "John Kelly, widower of deceased, present at death". Bennett, Rose Anne (I594)
 
72 "John's first wife was "Carr"; lived halfway up Ballard Road (from Ward's) on the left (by John Crawley's house) - young John Crawley was best man to John Doherty in 1945". (Info from Anna Doherty, who also confirmed J Crawley/Hanlon's 3 children recorded from Paddy McGrath's files). (J Crawley lived near Annie Black's, just past Kate McCracken -Patsy Collins 2015 audio recording).
John's first wife was "Carr", my grandfather also married a "Carr" - they were two sisters. They (sisters) both died young and they (husbands) remarried. (Tommy O'Brian. Nov 2010).
John's first wife - "John previously married Alice Carr" (information is from old Johnny's grandson-Paddy McGrath (see Source: Paddy Mcgrath's GEDCOM Records)
 
Crawley, John (I185)
 
73 "Johnny" Crawley's first wife Alice Carr died in 1895. Maggie Hanlon married Johnny the following year. The Crawley house is on Ballard Road , up from Ward's/Longfield Road and on the left. Children: John, Jemmy & Kate/Catherine died during 1970/1980's.
Maggie's sister Mary Hanlon married James Mcparland and left for America. Some of the children remained in USA and some returned to Ireland with James & Mary.
"Maggie was a very small, little woman. Always with a black cape and a little black cap on her & wore black clothes right down to her ankles. We used to go into her's coming from school and look for a drink of water and she would put milk in the water and we thought this was something out of the ordinary. It was wonderful. Maggie, she died around the fifties (1950s) that'd be right and then her husband auld Johnny (Crawley) a good while after her I believe. Then her son John (Young John as he was called) died in 1977. Then his sister Mrs McGrath she died in later years. Then there was another brother Jimmy who lived in America. He came home here a few times; he died in America
 
Hanlon, Maggie (I27)
 
74 "Lizzie was auld Batchelor Crawley's sister. Her son was James Stephen" (Eugene McCann 2016). Daughter Maria Murphy is in Sadie Morgan's wedding photo-they are 1st cousins. Crawley, Lizzie (I716)
 
75 "Maggie-Anne was born in her parents house on the Ballykeel Road (below Sean Murphy’s). Just a byre & kitchen. Moved to Levelamore (Collins/Kellys house) to be near cousin Annie Hannaway" (née McParland) -audio Patsy Collins in 2016. See copy of birth registration in Media - "Kelly, Maggie Anne 1904 birth Clarkill" Kelly, Maggie-Anne (I313)
 
76 "Mary Catherine and Rose Anne worked in Crawley's groceries shop in Canal Street, Newry. She's (Rose Anne) still alive" (Sarah Byrnes [b1915] audio - June 1988). Hughes, Rose Anne (I1103)
 
77 "Mary Kelly widow of deceased-present at death" (née Henry). Kelly, John (I244)
 
78 "Mary McGlade, of Clarkill, sister (of John?) present at birth". Registered at Forkhill - 8 Jul 1892.
Birth Reg'n No: D/1892/186/1023/8/5. 
McGlade, John (I401)
 
79 "MaryD: Mary Hannaway married a Murphy (Peter) from Ballard. You know what the call “Mary Hannaway’s wee house? PeterH: The wee house that I roofed 60 years ago! MaryD: D’you remember the Devlin’s that used to come home from Scotland? She was the mother of Alice Devlin - Alice Murphy married to Devlin" (audio 1989 @4m:35s) of Peter Hannaway (b1909) & sister Mary (Doherty) (b1911). Murphy, Alice (I445)
 
80 "Michael (Morgan) married Susanna Crilly". (Eugene McCann. Rev Fr Matthew is a Susanna's nephew (Eugene McCann). Morgan, Susanna (I575)
 
81 "Michael was a foreman pipe-layer in the water industry. He lived at 289 High Street, Glasgow after his first wife Ann Chalmers died.
Michael married Margaret Byrnes in 1906 and died at their home at 14 Fairlie Park Drive, Glasgow in 1928 "(Paul Byrnes).

Michael was born in Ireland (1901 census) and is aged 51 on his 1906 marriage records. 
Reilly, Michael (I123)
 
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mcginnis, Michael James (I457)
 
83 "Mullagban marriages: Rose-Anne Hannaway married Patrick Maguire/McGuire of Mayobridge (east of Newry). And then whatever happened she became a widow. Where he went I don’t know. She became a widow and come back home and was buried in Mullaghban" (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).

Patrick Maguire's first child was born in 1891 to Elizabeth Shiels. Elizabeth had a child in 1894 but died from complications shortly afterwards. Patrick went on to marry Eliza (Bessie) McClory from Ballyvalley (Banbridge north of Newry) in 1895 and they had two children and Eliza looked after the 2 children of Elizabeth Shiels (1901 census).
Patrick Maguire had married Elizabeth McClorey in 1895. The marriage records show that he was a "Widower" so his marriage to Rose Ann Hannaway (aged 38) was in fact his third marriage

 
Hannaway, Rose Ann (I179)
 
84 "My Aunt Lois never married.  She took care of her mother (Mary) after a stroke and until grandmother died. Then Lois worked for years and took care of grandpap Barney" (Recollections of Bernard's grand-daughter, Gwen McGlade). In 1932 Mary Lois was a Stenographer (Pittsburgh City Directory). In 1940 was a Housekeeper to Bernard (Federal Census). McGlade, Mary Lois (I1344)
 
85 "Nellie Shevlin was an aunt of Peter McGinnis/Maginnis & Gerard McGinnis (Levelamore). They were first cousins of Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis that lived on the Longfield Rd. (Aughadanove)" (email from Patsy Collins?Grey b1939). Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis' parents are Dominick McGinnis & AnneToal.

In the census of April 1911 Patrick aged 9 months is living with his parents in his grandmother's (Betty McArdle) home in Aughadanove. Betty's brother Patrick (age 65) is the Head of the household.

Patrick did not marry. "Not long dead. Manys the drink I had with him. He was a decent wee man"-Eugene in 2016 (Eugene McCann). 
Mcginnis, Patrick (I597)
 
86 "Nellie Shevlin was an aunt of Peter McGinnis/Maginnis & Gerard McGinnis (Levelamore). They were first cousins of Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis that lived on the Longfield Rd. (Aughadanove)" (email from Patsy Collins?Grey b1939). Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis' parents are Dominick McGinnis & AnneToal.
Gerard was the last of the family to live in his parents' house. Gerard did not marry. Died sometime in the 1990s decade (Eugene McCann). 
Mcginnis, Gerard (I559)
 
87 "Nellie Shevlin was an aunt of Peter McGinnis/Maginnis & Gerard McGinnis (Levelamore). They were first cousins of Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis that lived on the Longfield Rd. (Aughadanove)" (email from Patsy Collins?Grey b1939). Mick McGinnis and Patrick McGinnis' parents are Dominick McGinnis & AnneToal. Mcginnis, Michael (I598)
 
88 "Old Age" is not a clinical cause of death. It was not usually recorded locally by Registrars as the cause of death. Son-in-law Robert McKee (or McGee) registered the death of Bernard Shevlin in Mullaghglass (Bessbrook) on 9 Aug 1884. Shevlin, Bernard (I1085)
 
89 "Patrick enlisted in 6th Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers as Private 12637". (Paul Byrnes). The Royal Dublin Fusiliers was an Irish infantry Regiment of the British Army created in 1881, one of eight Irish regiments raised and garrisoned in Ireland, with its home depot in Naas, Co Kildare.  Byrne, Patrick (I350)
 
90 "Patrick Maguire, husband, present at death, Balleyvalley". (Dropsy is a swelling of tissues-oedema-with various causes). McClorey, Elizabeth (I692)
 
91 "Patrick Martin used to go to England every harvest-time to work at harvesting the crops.....During some of the trips he met and married a girl called Catherine O'Connell, she was born in Co Mayo (born in County Westmeath). As her mother died at her birth she was taken to England by an Aunt who brought her up. She herself knew little about her family except that she had two brothers" (from the entries of Nan Martin, late in her life -BYRNES RED BOOK) Connill, Catherine (I252)
 
92 "Peter Ignatius Rodgers was married to Bridget Keely in St Mary's, Maris Stella - 27/7/27" recorded alongside Peter's 1882 Baptism entry. Rodgers, Peter Ignatius (I1203)
 
93 "Peter Lively & Bridget emigrated to Canada." Peter-he died young.(2016 audio recording of Eugene McCann) Lively, Peter (I570)
 
94 "Peter was an older brother of Bartholomew Magennis" (1821 census, Eugene McCann). Peter's wife Mary died a widow in 1894. Death registration states Peter was a "Farmer" i.e. a tenant
If he was born about the same time as his wife (circa 1802) Peter must have lived in Bartholomew's house (later the Hannaway's) - it being the only McGinnis house in 1821-Levelamore. And thus also a brother of Bartholomew & Dominick McGinnis. (research by Eugene McCann ). 
McGinnis, Peter (I542)
 
95 "Rich's dad (Patrick) visited during WWII. He was in the US Navy and they docked in Belfast. The story was that he showed up at Levalamore to visit and had a shaved head. He lost a bet or something. Apparently the family was aghast at this". (Candy McGinnis.  McGinnis, Patrick (I456)
 
96 "Sarah of Owen Henry and Bridget Toal.......Ballintemple" Godparents: James & Bridget O'Hare. Sarah Henry's birth was registered as 30 Oct 1874, in Meigh on 02 Nov 1874 by Catherine Toal. However Sarah was Baptised in Cloghogue RC chapel on 26 October. Such delays in Registration were not uncommon at the time.
Witness Role: Godparent Name: James O'Hare
Witness Role: Godparent Name: Bridget O'Hare 
Henry, Sarah (I1174)
 
97 "Son of Michael McGinness a farmer". Rose Anne Hannaway was recorded as present at death. A sister to Sarah, the mother, Rose Anne was just 17 years old. McGinnis, Peter (I176)
 
98 "Susie's father John Kelly and my Gt-grandfather Michael Kelly were brothers" (conversatiion with Patsy Collins-b1939).
In 1922 Susie Kelly's brother Peter Kelly marries Catherine Hannaway (b1893) - daughter of Hughie Hannaway of Slieve Gullion townland.
 
Kelly, Susie (I765)
 
99 "That (Rose-Anne Bennett) was the first of three wives. To that poor woman Rose-Anne Bennett, he had maybe 4 or 5 children; they all died young-the eldest was 18. (2016 audio of Eugene McCann, local historian). "He buried 4 or 5 children and 3 wives before he died himself: John the Rocks." (2016 audio of Eugene McCann).
 
Kelly, John (I596)
 
100 "The couple went to live in the McParland residence on the mountain" near to Michael-James/John-Joseph Bennett's, Levelamore (Eugene McCann, local historian).
In 1867 Michael takes over 37 acres from Peter McParland in upper Levelamore. These are the Levelamore land plots 4A, 4B & 4C bordering Ballard townland (Griffith's Land Valuation Revisions 1865-1929). Michael later takes over land in Aughdanove in 1908 possibly for his son Dominick who took over the following year. Michael died in Levelamore in 1910. 
McGinnis, Michael (I548)
 

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