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McCONVEY, John
(About 1800-Before 1870)
PRENTICE, Murray
(About 1800-After 1870)
McCONVILLE, Patrick
(About 1826-1871)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. MURPHY, Mary

McCONVILLE, Patrick

  • Born: About 1826 2
  • Marriage (1): MURPHY, Mary on 21 January 1845 in Loughgall RC parish, County Armagh, Ireland 1
  • Died: 24 August 1870 at 1.00 pm, Pound Street, Baillieston, Lanarkshire, Scotland 3

   Cause of his death was bronchitis over years and general anasurea over 2 months.4

   Other names for Patrick were McANVALE, Patrick, McCONVEY, Patrick,3 McCONVEYL, Patrick and McCONVILLE, Pat.2

  General Notes:

Pat McConville and his wife Mary and their five children were recorded by the 1861 census for Old Monkland. Pat was recorded as 35 years of age.

The 1861 Census for the Eastern District of Old Monkland recorded the members of the household at 4 Love's Square as
Pat Mcconville35
Mary Mcconville30
John Mcconville11
Edward Mcconville7
Margaret Mcconville5
Agnes Mcconville2
Patrick Mcconville1 Mo
Henry Campbell35
The latter was a boarder; the others members of the same family.


It was Patrick who informed the registrar of his daughter Ann's death in April 1861. In her death certificate Patrick described himself as a coal miner by occupation.

Coal mining was his occupation according to the 1867 death certificate of his daughter Margaret.

When Patrick McConvey (sic) died in 1870, his death certificate recorded that he was a 'pauper, formerly a coal miner, married to Mary Murphy', and his age at death was recorded as 52 years. Both of Patrick's parents were entered in the death certificate as still living at the time of his death.

In 1873 when his son John was married, Patrick was already deceased. His occupation was noted as coal miner on John's marriage certificate. 2 4

  Medical Notes:

James Dickson, surgeon, certified the causes of death.

Mary McConvey, widow of the deceased who had been present where his death occurred, gave notice of his death before the registrar, John Dickie, at Baillieston on 25 August 1870, and made her X mark.


Patrick married Mary MURPHY on 21 January 1845 in Loughgall RC parish, County Armagh, Ireland.1 (Mary MURPHY was born about 1831 in Ireland 2 and died 27 August 1891 at 4.45 am in Blacks Land, Bank Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland.). The cause of her death was chronic bronchitis of 1 month and 7 days' duration and asthenia.4


  Marriage Notes:

"Church Marriage Record

Date of Marriage:21-Jan-1845
Parish / District:LOUGHGALL
County:ARMAGH
Husband:PatrickMcConville
Denomination:Roman Catholic
Status:Not Married
Wife:MaryMurphy
Denomination:Roman Catholic
Status:Not Married
Husband's Father:McConville
Wife's Father:Murphy
Address:
Denomination:
Occupation:
Witness 1:Murphy Richard
Witness 2:McGilly Bryan
Address:
Notes: //

Copyright Armagh Ancestry"

from www.rootsireland.ie 1

Sources


1 (http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie), Loughgall parish County Armagh Church Marriage Record.

2 GRO, Old Monkland 652/3 en d 8?03 page 55.

3 GRO Scotland, Death 652/01 no 106 1870 Old Monkland.

4 LDS, IGI.


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