Thanks for your response.
The marriage of James to Alicia was found through an Ancestry hint and confirmed by the
national Library of Ireland website of Roman Catholic parishes. It was the only marriage
I have found around the time of interest, and I wanted to pursue it.
The baptismal record of Tempo identified the children of James and Maria McGinnis, except
for the first three, as those were too early.
I have the death certificate for both James and Maria, James in 1902, 89 years old,
Shoemaker, Enniskillen Workhouse, and Maria, 1909, 80 years, widow of a laborer, from Mill
St, where the couple had lived in 1901. No will or cemetery records have been found.
You had mentioned a pension from Maria. When would I look for that?
Thanks again for your help.
On Nov 13, 2016, at 7:35 PM, Dave H. <hallmarkone(a)gmail.com>
Always better to include links to things one found....
Residents of a house 29.3 in Mill Street (Enniskillen Urban, Fermanagh)
Mc Kenna James 89 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic Fermanagh
Shoemaker Illiterate - Married -
Mc Kenna Maria 56 Female Wife Irish Church Fermanagh Shop Keeper
Illiterate - Married
Jacobs McKenna marriage to Allicia McGuiness 26 Feb 1835 was found in Clogher, Tyrone Co,
witnesses Bernardus McKenna and Hugo Trayner..... have you the link to it??
Is it reasonable to believe this is the correct couple, and how should you pursue it?...
IF Maria was 56 in 1901 then she can't be Allicia McGuiness of 26 Feb 1835, so is she
Mc Kenna Maria 56 Female Wife was Irish Church so what was her maiden
Last son was Bernard... so who was his mother? www Link?? What does record say?
Are there Marriages for children?
James died 1902... Did he make a Will?
James died 1902... What does Death Cert say? Informant?
Where is wife in 1911?
Is there a death for Maria Mc Kenna?
Did Maria Mc Kenna apply for Pension when 70?
Did Maria Mc Kenna make a Will?
Is there a gravestone anywhere?
Is there a death for Allicia McKenna?
> FERMANAGH-GOLD Fwd: James McKenna and Mary Mcguiness of Fermanagh
> /Date:/ Sun, 13 Nov 2016 18:16:31 -0500
> /References:/ <480D6E7F-41F6-4A06-8659-4C04FBE2B067(a)icloud.com>
> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: Jeanne Durney <jeannedurney(a)icloud.com
> > Date: November 13, 2016 at 5:30:20 PM EST
> > To: irl-wexford(a)rootsweb.com <mailto:email@example.com>
> > Subject: James McKenna and Mary Mcguiness of Fermanagh
> > They married about 1835. Children born in Tempo 1837 - 1860. James found in
Griffiths 1864 - 1889 in Tonystick. In 1901 James, 89, shoemaker, and Mary, 56? Were in
Enniskillen. James died 1902 in Enniskillen.
> > Jacobs McKenna marriage to Allicia McGuiness 26 Fen 1835 was found in Clogher,
Tyrone Co, witnesses Bernardus McKenna and Hugo Trayner
> > No daughter named Alice, but last son was Bernard.
> > Is it reasonable to believe this is the correct couple, and how should I pursue
> > Thanks.
> > Jeanne in Venice. FL
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