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There are now more feature stories relating to both families and where they lived

 Covering at least 554 families and 1,669 individuals to date. The oldest verifiable individual is Annie Maria McGovern who lived to be 103 years of age (1891-1994). Annie Maria was married to Francis Hannaway, a son of Hughie Hannaway

UPDATE FEBRUARY 2024

A newly discovered daughter of Peter Hannaway & Rose Mullen; Sarah, baptised in 1834-the earliest family Baptism found to date. Sarah married in Mullaghban chapel 1857, where two daughters were also later Baptised. Sarah and husband Thos. McParland were living in Adanove at the time

Anthony McGinnis, born about 1763; the earliest recorded family member. We now also have the earliest official document, the 1821 census of Forkhill where Anthony is aged 58. This census is a unique survivor as all pre-1901 censuses in Ireland have been pulped or burned

The 1828 marriage of Anthony’s son Bartholomew McGinnis has been discovered-this period is before Bessbrook or Lislea parishes were formed and the earliest marriage of an ancestor

Helping with the Harvest: a new photo from the 1950’s Mick McGinnis & Crawley’s-Tea in the Hayfield shows Mick McGinnis & members of Din Crawley’s family in Levelamore. Continuing a tradition of helping your neighbours

The first photos of the Loye family: Johnnie, Paddy & Owen/Owenie Loye. Johnnie married Maggie Byrnes, a sister of Sarah Byrnes who is the subject of this website

Josie, another of Sarah Byrnes’s sisters, married Alistair Mackie in Scotland. Alistair’s Gt- Grandparents appear to have connections to the Orkney islands

A unique 1930’s photo of the Hannaway’s in Levelamore; the photo shows all 8 siblings (along with Mick Bennett). Mick is a neighbour and not surprisingly also related-Anne Hannaway was his grandmother

(Many kindly donate family photos and help identify subjects and so are mentioned with the photos. This is saving a precious history and heritage. Thank you)


UPDATE MAY 2023

The family of Sarah Byrnes numbered 13; the parents and 11 children. A photograph of all 13 appears on each of their pages.

Sarah’s brother Peter Byrnes is now pictured at a seafront in about 1937 but nobody knew exactly which seafront until now. His nephew Bernard Hughes recognised from his early morning walks that it is Warrenpoint - which sits at the head of Carlingford Lough, south of Newry. Bernard kindly sent photos showing the house in the background which today is still beautifully maintained.

The 1945 double-wedding of Sarah Byrnes/Peter Hannaway (the subjects of this site) along with John Doherty/Mary Hannaway now has a photo. Also in the frame are both pairs of Best Man & Bridesmaid (grateful thanks to the Doherty family).


UPDATE DEC 2022

Denis Crawley (1841-1907) of Levelamore was a neighbour to the Hannaway’s and Tommy Crawley, one of his sons a contemporary of Peter Hannaway, the subject of this website. As usual the two families are related through marriages.

A range of family photos were supplied courtesy of Elaine Rodgers, Tommy’s grand-daughter. We can now see the elder Denis and wife Mary McAnulty in 1905 and four more of Denis and Mary’s children in 1912:- Mary, Kate (Catherine), John and Denis (Dinny). The younger Tommy Crawley married Belle Campbell and in 1937 opened a grocery store in Monaghan Street, Newry.

Further Crawley family story documents were also shared with Anne Nolan (née Hannaway). Three of the 4 children in the 1912 photo emigrated; in 1921 Mary and John emigrated to America and Catherine to Toronto, Canada. A photo of the adult John Crawley is now included.

At last we have a photo of the wonderfully named John “the Rocks” Kelly - courtesy of Gerry McCann (brother of Eugene in Ballykeel). John Kelly (1871-1955) was married to Rose-Anne Bennett of Levelamore - a daughter of Anne Hannaway and Patrick Bennett.

From the collection of Peter Hannaway and Sarah Byrnes was a photo from the early 1930’s of Peter’s older brother John with Mamie Murphy. They have their arms around each other and the background appears to be the large linen Mill in Bessbrook. Mamie is the daughter of John Murphy, the local taxi-man living across the road from the Hannaway’s. Mamie’s mother Rose-Anne Bennett is from the Patrick Bennett and Nancy (Anne) Hannaway family of Levelamore. The photo will appear occasionally on the main page of the web site.

Huge thanks to those who continue to help identify many photos – especially Patricia Grey (Patsy Collins) in Levelamore.


UPDATE MAR 2022

A photo from 1939 has been added of Peter Hannaway (the subject of this site) with friends on a summer’s day outing-it looks like Calliagh Bheara’s lake on Slieve Gullion. The photo is courtesy of Patricia Grey (née Patsy Collins) of Levelamore. Patsy and Gerry McCann were able to identify some others in the photo who are Peter’s neighbours. 

Gerry McCann (Ballykeel & Dublin) kindly provided a photo of the well-known John “the Rocks” Kelly of Lathbirget. John married three times; the first was to Rose Anne Bennett, daughter of Anne (Nancy) Hannaway (b1851) and Patrick Bennett in Levelamore. 

In 1955 Maggie-Rose Hannaway visited Portrush with local friends including Patsy Collins and Patsy’s photo of the outing is now on both of their pages. In the photo is Pat Hannaway, related to Oweny Hannaway and thus descended from William “Hanaway” of Ayallogue- and a DNA link to the Hannaway's of Levelamore and Slieve Gullion townlands. 

Another summer’s day photo is now on John Doherty’s (b 1908) page sitting on the wall of his house in Ballard in 1973. Alongside is Paddy "Deargh" Murphy (pronounced “Jarra” a nickname to identify which Murphy family). Paddy (b1896) is married to Alice Malone; a sister of John Doherty's mother. Thanks to Anna McParland (née Doherty) for the photo and information.


UPDATE MAR 2021

UPDATE JULY 2020

UPDATE  FEB 2020

The paternal grandparents of Charles are now included, back to the Gollogly and the Kirley family. The parents of Charles’ mother, Rose Grant, are now included. Her father James Grant was from Carrigans townland - adjoiningUmmeracam; her mother was Bridget McVarry.

In 1884 Ann (McGlade) now a widow left for America to join her son Brendan and daughter Bridget McGlade. With her were her 6 remaining children, including John Alphonsus; they settled in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (PA).

“John wanted to become a priest and started college at St. Vincent Seminary.  This school even today is way out in the country. John would jump a train, probably to save money, to get to school.  One day he missed and lost the lower part of both arms; the year was 1915.”

“The Knights of Columbus, Supreme Council awarded him a full scholarship at Catholic University, in Washington DC.  He graduated, June 11th, 1919 receiving a degree of Bachelor of Laws. That year he was admitted to the Washington, PA County Bar and to the Supreme Court of PA. At some point he retired to private practice. To do this he had a remarkable memory. I have a copy of his memorial service, he died in June, 1962”.

I am grateful to Gwen McGlade (Auel) for these memories of her great-uncle John. Gwen, from Pittsburgh and now retired in Arkansas, has generously shared photos of the McGlade’s from Levelamore and in USA. Also a photo of Bartholomew McGinnis (born 1867) better known as Brother Constantine CFX.


Photos

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Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban Gaelic Football Team 1960. Two of the Crawley brothers from Levelamore are in the front row.  
  20 Mar 2024
Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban Gaelic Football Team 1960. Two of the Crawley brothers from Levelamore are in the front row. 
  20 Mar 2024
Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban GFC-(Crawleys)(KickAnyStone) 1960
Mullaghban Gaelic Football Team 1960.  
  20 Mar 2024
Crawley,John &Anne(O'Hare)_SlGullionCreditUnion
Crawley,John &Anne(O'Hare)_SlGullionCreditUnion
John Crawley and Anne (O'Hare), Sl Gullion Credit Union event (cutting from unknown newspaper-circa 1970s.
 
  20 Mar 2024
Crawley,James &CathMalone_B'brook_m4May1850
Crawley,James &CathMalone_B'brook_m4May1850
This marriage of Catherine Malone to James Crolly (Crawley) - 4 May 1850 is recorded in Bessbrook (Killeavy Lower) Parish register-a centralised record for surrounding chapels. It is unclear if the marriage took place in an early Lislea chapel building or in Carrickcruppin chapel, but traditionally was held in the bride's parish. Witnesses are: Michael Crolly (Crawley) and Michael Malone, no doubt siblings or relatives.
James Crawley lived in Levelamore at the time of his marriage and his family home was just 350 metres from the Ballard Road where several Malone families resided on both sides of the road. At that time there were no Crawley's in Ballard until James's son John (Johnny) Crawley took over his uncle's tenancy in 1898 from a "Michael Malone" (Plot 29A, Ballard townland; Griffiths Land Val'n Rev.Books, PRONI, Belfast). Michael, a Bachelor, had died in 1896 and Johnny Crawley "Nephew of deceased" was "Present" and registered Michael's death in Forkhill. We have yet to verify if Michael was related to James Crawley's wife Catherine Malone which would explain inheriting the property/tenancy. Also he may well have been the "Michael Malone" witness at the 1850 marriage. However there was another Ballard tenant "Michael Malone", he occupied plot 43 on the other side of the Ballard Road adjoining Emmett Toal's family. This Michael was still there in 1929. Johnny's son John Crawley (1905-1977) was the last to live in the property; it has remained empty since he died.
Lislea was the local chapel for Levelamore and local residents of Ballard. The present building, consecrated in 1869, has its own "Lislea Chapel" records from 1867. Prior to 1867 church records were centrally recorded in Bessbrook Parish registers from 1835 for the subsequent chapels of Lislea, Carrickcruppin (for local Ballard), Lissumon etc. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1828  Bartholomew Maginnis &Murphy-marr29Nov_NEWRY
1828 Bartholomew Maginnis &Murphy-marr29Nov_NEWRY
The Marriage entry for "Bartholomew Maginnis & Mary Murphy" on 29 Nov 1828 from Newry Cathedral records - a composite of the full page for clarity. Witnesses are: "Ellen Loughran" and "Margaret McKey". Bartholomew's home was in Levelamore townland (1821 census), which later came within Lislea Parish. But in 1828 there was no local RC chapel/church to Levelamore. Bessbrook (Killeavy Lower) Parish records, which would include Lislea, did not start until 1835. Mullaghban/Forkhill Parish records started in 1845. Today's Lislea chapel was consecrated in 1869 and there are some entries for Lislea (including Levelamore parishioners) from 1867 onward. From 1835 Baptisms/Marriages in surrounding chapels (such as in Lislea, Lissumon) were centrally recorded in Bessbrook Parish records until the local chapels came into being.
Since few were literate at this time the names recorded in a Parish were "as heard; in this case by the Newry recorder. So for this Marriage entry; "McKey may have been "McCoy". Was Mary Murphy a Newry parishioner (eg Killeavy) and marrying in the bride's church? Remembering that prior to Bessbrook Parish a Parish Priest covered large areas such as Levelamore/Lislea alone, since assistance from Priests/Curates was not permitted. We also know that neighbours named "Murphy" were neighbours to Bart. Maginnis (McCreish) - 1821 Census (of Forkhill). © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI. [[Local historian Eugene McCann of Ballykeel confirmed this marriage entry relates to Bartholomew McGinnis of Levelamore-inspected copy in 2023.]]
[[Witnesses-Ellen Loughran & Margaret McKey are not names local to Bartholomew's home in Levelamore ("McCoy" is local). Mary's entry "Mary Murphy, Newry" usually identifies the bride's townland or residence. Was Mary from Killevy area and thus close to Newry? There is also some consideration that the McGinnis's in Levelamore are possibly from the Killevy area (Eugene McCann of Ballykeel, local historian).]]
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  20 Mar 2024
1828 McGennis & M Murphy_Disp_Newry RC parish 1828
1828 McGennis & M Murphy_Disp_Newry RC parish 1828
Marriage Dispensation entry for "Bartholomew Magennis & Mary Murphy" on 29 Nov 1828 (the day of their marriage) from Newry Cathedral records. There are four couples (it was a Saturday) and it allowed the couples to marry during the Advent Liturgical season; "5" in the margin is the fee/stipend of 5 shillings. 1828 was before Bessbrook or Lislea parishes were formed and chapels built. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1834 Sarah of PeterH & Rose M_Louhgilly_Bapt-25July1834
1834 Sarah of PeterH & Rose M_Louhgilly_Bapt-25July1834
Baptism entry for Sarah of Peter "Hanaway" & Rose Mullin - 25 July 1834, Loughgilly RC Parsh. Bessbrook Parish records did not start until the following year, they would later include Lislea, Carrickcruppin, Lissummon parishes etc. Mullaghban records commenced 1845, this would become the local parish for the Hannaway family in Aghadanove/Slieve Gullion and where Sarah, aged 23, would marry. The Godparents ("Sponsors") were Mark Savage & Mary Mullin. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1850 Levallymore & SlGullion-Hanaways Historic 6inchMap
1850 Levallymore & SlGullion-Hanaways Historic 6inchMap
1850 map - Levallymore & Slieve Gullion townlands. Shows the Hannaway's place on the mountain with an unrecorded building about 100 metres away. In Levallymore the "Bartholomew McGinnis" household later became Hannaway's. This OSI map lacked tenant property boundaries; these appeared in 1864 and subsequent Griiffith's Land Valuation maps.
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  20 Mar 2024
1861Oct 23_Mich'lHanaway_BaptCloghogue
1861Oct 23_Mich'lHanaway_BaptCloghogue
Baptism on 23 Oct 1861 - "Mich'l of W'm Hanaway and Betty Murphy" of Aughyallog. Sponsors: "James and Catherine Hanaway" - James was a brother of William Hanaway and thus uncle to baby Michael: info is from Mary Harvey [descendant of Michael Hanaway, Australia]. Baptism record is of Cloghogue (Killeavy Upper) RC parish. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1863 Hanaway,Bridg_Bapt 31Aug1863_Cloghue
1863 Hanaway,Bridg_Bapt 31Aug1863_Cloghue
Baptism on 31 Aug 1863 - Bridget Hanaway: "Bridget of W'm Hanaway and Betty Murphy, from Aughyallog". Godparents: John & Bridget McSherry. Parish records of Cloghogue RC parish (Church of the Sacred Heart) (Killeavy Upper), Newry Rd., Newry, Co Armagh, Ireland. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation, Ummeracam tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation, Ummeracam tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation, Ummeracam tenants-Peter Burns is No8. © 2003 OMS Services Ltd, Eneclann Ltd and the National Library of Ireland.
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  20 Mar 2024
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation-Aughadanove tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation-Aughadanove tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation-Aughadanove tenants.
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  20 Mar 2024
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation-Sl Gullion tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation-Sl Gullion tenants
1864 Griffiths Land Valuation- list of tenants, Slieve Gullion townland: No2 Patrick Hanaway. Griffith's Land Valuations - © 2003 OMS Services Ltd, Eneclann Ltd and the National Library of Ireland.
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  20 Mar 2024
1864 map_Hannaways SlGull &Lev'more
1864 map_Hannaways SlGull &Lev'more
1864 Land Valuation map. Hannaways have arrived in Slieve Gullion townland between 1828 and 1864. In Levallymore Barth'w McGuinness/McGinnis is tenant of what will become Hannaway's.
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  20 Mar 2024
1864-1929_Hannaway &McGees_MapNames
1864-1929_Hannaway &McGees_MapNames
1864 map of Slieve Gullion and of surrounding townlands adjoining the Longfield Road. The five holdings, Nos 2 to 6, each show the tenant's name in 1864 followed by the year that a subsequent tenant took over - up to 1929. In plot 4 Michael McGee was from Denis (Dinny) Mcgee's household (No 5); Michael had married neigbour Catherine Farmer in 1865.
In land plot 2 John Hannaway left home in 1867 and married into Levelamore, inheriting its tenancy in 1886. Back in Slieve Gullion John later took over his parent's land (plot 2) in 1916, following the death of his brother Hughie.
These households were at 850 feet and acess down to the (Longfield) road was mostly through Aughadanove townland. Since most could not read at this time "Aughadanove" was invariably recorded as their home on births/marriages, rather than "Slieve Gullion". Map courtesy of - Griffith's Land Valuations. © 2003 OMS Services Ltd, Eneclann Ltd and the National Library of Ireland.
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  20 Mar 2024
1866 Hanaway,Bridg_Bapt14Jan1866_Cloghue
1866 Hanaway,Bridg_Bapt14Jan1866_Cloghue
Baptism-14 Jan 1866 - Bridget Hanaway: "Bridget of W'm Hanaway and Elizabeth Murphy, from Aughyallog". Godparents: Owen and Sarah Finnegan. Parish records of Cloghogue RC parish (Church of the Sacred Heart) (Killeavy Upper), Newry Rd., Newry, Co Armagh, Ireland. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1872 & 1895-Hannaway, Rose & Hugh's tenancy-Sl Gullion
1872 & 1895-Hannaway, Rose & Hugh's tenancy-Sl Gullion
(Enlarge to see details) Griffiths Land Valuation Revision entries for tenancy Ref No2 Slieve Gullion townland. For the 1866-1882 period (upper image): Rose Hanaway/Hannaway takes over the tenancy from "Patrick Hanaway" in 1872/73. This "Patrick Hanaway" has not been traced and may be Peter but recorded as Patrick-they were not literate at the time. We do know that this Rose (Mullen) is the wife of Peter Hannaway in the same household. Thus Peter must have died by 1872. In the 1894-1909 period (lower image) Hugh takes over from his mother Rose Hannaway (née Mullen), the land record entry date is 1895 (see far right column entry "95" - the same colour ink as "Hugh"). Hugh would have taken over following the death of his mother (Rose) in 1894.
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  20 Mar 2024
1876_Hannaway, Patrick_BaptBessbr'k_
1876_Hannaway, Patrick_BaptBessbr'k_
1876 Dec 20th_Patrick Henry Hannaway baptism entry Bessbrook parish records (Lislea RC chapel was consecrated in 1869 so likely baptised in Lislea chapel). © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI.
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  20 Mar 2024
1876_Hannaway, Patrick_BaptBessbr'k_close
1876_Hannaway, Patrick_BaptBessbr'k_close
1876 Dec 20th - Patrick Henry Hannaway baptism entry Bessbrook RC parish records. Parents are "John Hanoway" and Mary Maginnis. Sponsors/godparents: Peter Murphy & Mary Murphy - these may be the Murphy neigbours in Aghadanove whose fields allow access to John Hannaway's family home on the mountain (in Slieve Gullion townland). The Baptism would have been in Lislea chapel, part of Bessbrook Parish. © Copyright the National Library of Ireland - http://registers.nli.ie/ Catholic Parish Registers at the NLI

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  20 Mar 2024

Documents

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BYRNES RED BOOK – NAN MARTIN’S ENTRIES_3_excl TM
BYRNES RED BOOK – NAN MARTIN’S ENTRIES_3_excl TM
Notes on the Byrnes and Martin families written by Nan Martin - about 1988 (4 pages). Nan (formerly Byrnes) was married to Joe Martin. 
  20 Mar 2024
Hannaway, John 1937 US Consulate
Hannaway, John 1937 US Consulate
John Hannaway, 1937 death & US Consulate 
  20 Mar 2024
Tea in the Hayfield
Tea in the Hayfield
Neighbours helping with the hay in Levelamore townland-about 1955 
  23 Aug 2023
Wartime letter to Sarah Byrnes
Wartime letter to Sarah Byrnes
Wartime letter to Sarah Byrnes working in Camlough grocery & provisions shop. On page two photo of shop owner Gussy Kane. 
  3 Apr 2020
1864 map of southern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of southern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
 
  15 Nov 2019
1864 map of Ummeracan (Johnston) townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of Ummeracan (Johnston) townland showing names of tenants.
 
  15 Nov 2019
Building a Hay Rick, Ballard (Doherty & Crawley's) 1930's
Building a Hay Rick, Ballard (Doherty & Crawley's) 1930's
 
  15 Nov 2019
Henry family in Ballintemple, Killevy in 1864
Henry family in Ballintemple, Killevy in 1864
 
  15 Nov 2019
PAGE FROM FORKHILL REGISTRAR FOR FORKHILL SHOWING 3 FAMILY MEMBERS
PAGE FROM FORKHILL REGISTRAR FOR FORKHILL SHOWING 3 FAMILY MEMBERS
 
  15 Nov 2019
1864 map of eastern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of eastern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
 
  15 Nov 2019
Ballard - 1901 census (3 pages)
Ballard - 1901 census (3 pages)
Ballard townland list of households - 1901 census (3 pages) 
  15 Nov 2019
Ballard - 1911 census (3 pages)
Ballard - 1911 census (3 pages)
Ballard townland list of households - 1911 census (3 pages) 
  15 Nov 2019
Market Fair dates in Co Armagh, 1862 and 1921
Market Fair dates in Co Armagh, 1862 and 1921
 
  24 Jun 2019
William Watt (Royal Marines Light Infantry) served on the cruiser HMS Philomel from Nov 1914 to Feb 1919. He would have been aboard as Philomel docked in Wellington, NZ in this photograph.
William Watt (Royal Marines Light Infantry) served on the cruiser HMS Philomel from Nov 1914 to Feb 1919. He would have been aboard as Philomel docked in Wellington, NZ in this photograph.
 
  24 Jun 2019
Slieve Gullion was once a volcano.
Slieve Gullion was once a volcano.
 
  24 Jun 2019
The Mystery of Mary Hannaway's House
The Mystery of Mary Hannaway's House
 
  24 Jun 2019
1920 - Patrick Henry Hannaway's silver chain
1920 - Patrick Henry Hannaway's silver chain
 
  19 Jun 2019
Absalom Rookes & Mary Ann Stewart
Absalom Rookes & Mary Ann Stewart
 
  19 Jun 2019
Boys in dresses_Irish superstition
Boys in dresses_Irish superstition
 
  29 May 2019
Collins brother and sister marry Kelly brother and sister
Collins brother and sister marry Kelly brother and sister
 
  29 May 2019

Histories

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1881 Hannaway twins, Catherine and Peter; Aughadanove
1881 Hannaway twins, Catherine and Peter; Aughadanove
 
  15 Nov 2019
SlGullion Re Aghayalloge_WebMap
SlGullion Re Aghayalloge_WebMap
 
  15 Nov 2019
Spelling Hannaway or Hanaway?
Spelling Hannaway or Hanaway?
The distribution of both spellings throughout county Armagh in 1864. 
  8 Apr 2016
Hannaway or Hanaway & Map
Hannaway or Hanaway & Map
 
  23 Feb 2016
OWEN MACKIN FROM WHERE
OWEN MACKIN FROM WHERE
 
  18 Feb 2016
Birthplace of Peter Byrnes-the search continues.....
Birthplace of Peter Byrnes-the search continues.....
 
  17 Feb 2016

Recordings

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Georgie Hannaway from Levelamore playing a waltz on harmonica in 1989
Georgie Hannaway from Levelamore playing a waltz on harmonica in 1989
 
  22 Jan 2020

Videos

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Peter and Sarah Hannaway, Slane-Christmas 1991
Peter and Sarah Hannaway, Slane-Christmas 1991
Video clips of Peter Hannaway (1909-1993) and Sarah "Cissie" Byrnes (1915-2011). Filmed in the home of daughter, Anne Nolan, near Slane, county Meath - Christmas 1991. 
  5 Mar 2021
Hannaway’s abandoned house – Slieve Gullion townland in 2016
Hannaway’s abandoned house – Slieve Gullion townland in 2016
Video clip at the abandoned home of the Hannaway's on Slieve Gullion in County Armagh. Built between 1828 and 1864. 
  5 Mar 2021

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
I1358 
Quinn, Edward 
b. Aug 1896  Pennsylvania, USA  18 Mar 2024
I1357 
Quinn, Mamie 
b. 28 Jan 1892  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA  17 Mar 2024
I1758 
Quinn, John Terrance 
b. 23 Apr 1890  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA  15 Mar 2024
I1339 
McGlade, Bridget 
b. 15 Jun 1865  Levalamore, Lislea, Newry, County Armagh, Ireland  15 Mar 2024
I1356 
Quinn, Owen 
b. 14 Oct 1864  Ireland  15 Mar 2024
I1194 
Rodgers, Frank 
b. 19 May 1876  Newry, County Armagh, Ireland  14 Mar 2024
I539 
Rodgers, William Edward 
b. 19 Apr 1903  Warrenpoint, County Down, Ireland  14 Mar 2024
I532 
McParland, Gerard 
   13 Mar 2024
I526 
McParland, Maggie 
   13 Mar 2024
I98 
McParland, Francis 
b. 14 Jul 1873  Lislea, Newry, County Armagh, Ireland  13 Mar 2024
I39 
Hannaway, Catherine 
b. 13 Oct 1882  Levalamore, Lislea, Newry, County Armagh, Ireland  13 Mar 2024
I307 
McParland, Annie 
b. 17 Aug 1907  Ballard, County Armagh, Ireland  13 Mar 2024
I485 
Murphy, Hugh 
   13 Mar 2024
I462 
Boyle, James 
b. Abt 1828  Slieve Gullion Townland, Forkhill, County Armagh, Ireland  11 Mar 2024
I164 
Hannaway, John 
b. 12 Feb 1889  Forkhill, County Armagh, Ireland  10 Mar 2024
I728 
Bennett, Mary 
b. Abt 1865   10 Mar 2024
I832 
Farmer, Arthur 
b. Abt 1811  County Armagh, Ireland  10 Mar 2024
I831 
Farmer, Catherine 
b. 1838  County Armagh, Ireland  10 Mar 2024
I290 
Hannaway, Catherine 
b. Abt 1854   10 Mar 2024
I166 
Hannaway, Catherine 
b. 7 Dec 1893  Aughadanove, Lislea, Newry, County Armagh, Ireland  10 Mar 2024

Families
                    
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
 F444 
 I1356  Owen Quinn  I1339  Bridget McGlade  2 Jun 1889  15 Mar 2024
 F195 
 I539  William Edward Rodgers  I534  Bridie McParland  5 Mar 1945  14 Mar 2024
 F84 
 I98  Francis McParland  I39  Catherine Hannaway  4 Feb 1904  13 Mar 2024
 F240 
 I679  Peter Carr  I680  Margaret Murphy  27 Jun 1873  8 Mar 2024
 F239 
 I185  Johnny Crawley  I678  Alice Carr  12 Nov 1892  7 Mar 2024
 F59 
 I186  James Crawley  I187  Catherine Malone  4 May 1850  7 Mar 2024
 F46 
 I19  Hughie Hannaway  I163  Bridget Henry  14 Feb 1878  6 Mar 2024
 F495 
 I592  Patrick Hannaway  I1473  Ellen O'Hanlon  31 Dec 1909  6 Mar 2024
 F107 
 I265  Francis McParland  I289  Sadie Morgan    1 Mar 2024
 F350 
 I1046  Felix O'Hagan  I1045  Mary McParland  27 Dec 1883  27 Feb 2024
 F589 
 I1707  David Keith Mackie  I1744  Isabella Craigie  18 Jun 1880  25 Feb 2024
 F591 
 I1750  Robert Mackie  I1751  Helen Keith  10 Feb 1854  19 Feb 2024
 F590 
 I1745  William Craigie  I1746  Mary Rae Bain    18 Feb 2024
 F578 
 I1707  David Keith Mackie  I1709  Joan Sharpe  16 Jun 1905  16 Feb 2024
 F301 
 I876  William Mills  I877  Jane Dickins  18 Jul 1814  7 Feb 2024
 F228 
 I634  Henry M Colwell  I635  Ellen Mills  22 Oct 1854  4 Feb 2024
 F588 
 I1735  Richard Dickins  I1736  Elizabeth Dickins    4 Feb 2024
 F587 
 I1733  Patrick Lennon  I1734  Ellen McAlindon    29 Jan 2024
 F586 
 I955  Owen Hannaway  I1732  Mary Ann Lennon  1 Jan 1932  29 Jan 2024
 F87 
 I243  Peter Kelly  I166  Catherine Hannaway  3 Aug 1922  28 Jan 2024