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John (Johne) Sadleir , born about 1807 in Kilglass, Ahascragh, County Galway, Ireland.John's family may have later moved to near Ballygawley, since his sister (Anastasia) was buried at Killeshil in 1828.He is listed in Griffith's Valuation as "Mc Farlane", resident on a large farm in Armaloughy.He is identified as "of Ardmaloughy" on his headstone, an Irish-influenced spelling of the townland Armaloughy which is the place of residence of Andrew (the younger) given on birth registrations for all his children, such as for Matilda, reproduced below.Pigot & Co's Directory was first published in 1820.In 2013, my housemates and I had easily found the two-bedroom apartment in Dublin 4 after a brief search and relished the reasonable €1000 rent.Lists detailed descriptions of the town or city, post office information and shows the names of nobility and gentry living in or close to the town.

For each batch Hugh Wallis extracted the church or chapel (if specified), town, county and country names of the first record that appears when it is called up in a browser.For many of the rooms, I sometimes needed up to three references, which meant asking my boss for a bundle of gleaming recommendations (on company headed paper as requested by one viewing), as well as references from my Ringsend landlord.Submitted by Lindel The document reference in each entry below is the National Archives of Ireland reference to the original document in the archives.Mayo TRIAL DATE: 29/06/1840 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE: CRIME DESCRIPTION: Stealing wool SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs SHIP: PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP: DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 3, P 132 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: See also: Laurence Gallagher --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SURNAME: ELVINE OTHER NAMES: HANNAH AGE: 35 SEX: F ALIAS: PLACE OF TRIAL: Co.

Down TRIAL DATE: 05/01/1846 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE: 01/03/1847 CRIME DESCRIPTION: Larceny SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs commuted transportation 2 yrs SHIP: PETITIONER: John Gallagher RELATIONSHIP: Son DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 6, p 2 E 1 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: Petitioner's address given as Foyle St., Londonderry.This claim is probably incorrect, since there is an Andrew Mc Farland of "Ardmaloughy" buried 1857 in the churchyard of the Ballygawley Church of Ireland (died at age 67, hence born 1790); this Andrew is therefore is very likely the father of Andrew (the younger, born about 1830).