Those are not Villages or Streets, but, more importantly, names of Townlands.
Kinawley would be the Parish.
Spellings of Places and Names, were not standardised until the 1860s or later.
The next record you should look for is the Tithe record c1828, for each Townland named,
which should show the heads of families as occupiers, Plot No., number of Acres and
Quality of the land, (1st, 2nd or 3rd Quality), for each occupier.
Tithes were taxes paid to the Church for its upkeep etc.
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> On 30 Mar 2019, at 14:34, Brenda and Chuck Edmonds <beedmonds(a)hotmail.com>
> .I did a search on all the Hassard in 1821 census realizing it is not a complete
census. Still on the search of Alexander Hassard, Rupert John and Elizabeth Bolton
Mackintosh and Jane Elizabeth Firth!
> In 1821 there are quite a few Hassard’s in Kinawley/Kinaly. Same place, different
> consisting of House 4,5,6,7,11... what does it mean when house 4 is Gortnacloy and
Dungleave, .... Different streets? And House 5 and 6 are Gortnacloy, neighbors ?
> I notice occupations are farmers or Flax Spinners. Would this be a mill type town
where flax is grown and a factory of flax spinners? Or home spinning?
> Brenda HASSARD Edmonds,
> Ontario, Canada
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>> This is very interesting! I have never heard of this before... and I can't
confirm that I'm connected to this particular Lowtherstown/Irvinestown Elliott family,
but I did have a Gr.Gr.Gr. grandaunt "Jane Irvine" (b. 1797) who married a
Thomas Elliott (b. 1783) and they migrated to Quebec City, QC, Canada in 1823, then a few
years after that they moved to the Cape Vincent, NY area. Thx, nice posting! :)
>> Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 02:33:09 +0000
>> From: Brenda and Chuck Edmonds <beedmonds(a)hotmail.com>
>> Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD -Rupert John Mackintosh
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>> First let me thank everyone in helping me with the newspaper recording of
>> Another (one of a number found) newspaper accounting reads;
>> “Equity Exchequer, Jane Elizabeth Firth, Plaintiff,
>> Francis Hassard, Rupert John Mackintosh and Elizabeth Bolton Mackintosh, his
wife, Alexander Jason Hassard, Anne Frances Hassard, Elizabeth Sophia Marshall Hassard,
Arabella Jane Hassard, Minors, by the said Rupert John Mackintosh, their Guardian and next
friend, William Deey, James Bell, James Tyrrell, Margaret Johnston and Frances Johnston.
Defendants. PURSUANT to the Decree in this Cause, bearing date the 28th day of May,
1849. I hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of Alexander Hassard, late of Rockfield,
in the County of Cavan, Esq., deceased, the Testator in the Pleadings named, and also all
Persons having Charges and Incumberances affecting the real and freehold Estate of the
said Alexander Hassard, to come in before me, at my Chambers on the Iuns’quay, in the City
of Dublin, on or before the 1st day of November next, and proceed to prove their
respective demands, otherwise they will be precluded from the benefit of said Decree ..
Dated this 15th day of September, 1849.”
>> I am in agreement that they are asking for creditors to come forward and Jane
Firth may be looking for a share of the estate.
>> Would Alexander, Anne. Elizabeth, Arabella be minors, under the guardianship of
Rupert and his wife Elizabeth.
>> Guessing Jane Elizabeth Firth and Elizabeth Bolton Mackintosh were Hassards, but
I haven’t found their marriages.
>> What is meant by “and next friend, William … Defendants.”? - are they creditors?
>> Is there a way to find out what happened in the end?
>> Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 16:35:01 +1100
>> From: Margaret Barnes <barnes.margaret(a)gmail.com>
>> Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD -Re: Rupert John Mackintosh
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>> A next friend is a legal term for someone who is acting, in the case of a
plaintiff or a defendant, for someone who is a minor. This person is usually a parent or
>> Margaret in Oz
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