LYNAS, Mary 2 3 4
- Born: Ireland
- Baptised: 29 May 1849, Armagh RC Parish, County Armagh, Ireland 4
- Marriage (1): McCRUDDEN, James on 30 July 1866 in St Alphonsus RC Chapel, Calton, Glasgow, Scotland 1
Other names for Mary were LYNASS, Mary, LYNESS, Mary and McCRUDEN, Mary Lynas.
"Church Baptism Record
Date of Birth:
Date of Baptism:29-May-1849
Sponsor 1 /Informant 1:John Lynas
Sponsor 2 /Informant 2:Bridget Lynas
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Mary Lynas was aged 1 year according to the 1851 census. Her mother was dead.
"PARISH RELIEF APPLICATION
In 1867, at 6 pm on December 13, Mary Lynas McCruden applied for parish relief. She lived at 94 Gallowgate Glasgow, front 1 up right door, with her aunt Mrs Lynas. She claimed desertion, and that because of her need to care for her children she was disabled from earning.
Mary was a 19 year old housewife. She was Roman Catholic. Her husband James, a boot and shoemaker, born in Ireland, had deserted her 2 days earlier. She said she knew where he was but as he was taking to drink she wanted assistance until such times as he was able to return to work.
Mary herself was the daughter of Owen Lynas, a weaver, and Essie Loughran, both of whom had died. This was her first application for parish relief. She had 2 small children: Matthew aged 18 months, born at 94 Gallowgate, and John aged 4 months, also born at 94 Gallowgate.
[The application includes at this point some references:
NOTE These have not yet been checked.]
The Settlement was Glasgow and the signature of the inspector Alex S. Campbell followed.
Particulars of Settlement:
Husband in 94 Gallowgate 8 years Glasgow parish
House - not in" 4 5 6
Mary married James McCRUDDEN, son of Matthew McCRUDDEN and Mary DARROUGH, on 30 July 1866 in St Alphonsus RC Chapel, Calton, Glasgow, Scotland.1 (James McCRUDDEN was born about 1840 in Ireland.)
The marriage was celebrated according to the rites and forms of the Catholic Church. J. Carlin was the priest who celebrated the union. The witnesses were Bernard Lynas and Catherine Kennedy, both of who made their X mark.
James was a bachelor, aged 26 years, of 94 Gallowgate Glasgow. He was a shoemaker journeyman. He made his X mark. His father Matthew was deceased and his mother was still living.
Mary Lynas was also unmarried. She was a housekeeper of 19 years of age, residing at 94 Gallowgate Glasgow. Her father was dead and her mother still alive. She too made her X mark.
The marriage was registered at Glasgow on 7 August 1866, John Hamilton being the registrar. 1