1. AIRLEY, Gregory
- EARLY, James+
- AIRLIE, John
- EARLY, Robert
- EARLY, Rose Ann
- EARLY, Mary
- EARLY, Robert
- EARLEY, Margaret
- EARLY, Joseph
- EARLY, Agnes
- EARLY, John+
FEELY, Mary 1
- Born: 1839, County Armagh, Ireland 2
- Baptised: 2 March 1839, Seagoe RC Parish, County Armagh, Ireland 1
- Marriage (1): AIRLEY, Gregory on 6 June 1859 in St Mary's RC Chapel, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Other names for Mary were EARLY, Mary,2 3 FEILDY, Mary,4 KEELY, Mary 5 and PHEELY, Mary.5
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Date of Birth:
Date of Baptism:02-Mar-1839
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Sponsor 2 /Informant 2:Not Recorded
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Mary Feely was a witness at the marriage of William Sherry and Ann Feely in St Mary's RC Chapel, Hamilton in 1855.
In 1871 Mary Early was recorded by the census for Hamilton living with her sister, Ann, and her family at 11 Low Patrick Street. She was recorded as aged 30 years and had been born in Ireland. Three of her children were living there: James, Rosannah and Mary.
Mary Early was recorded by the 1881 census for Hamilton living with her husband and four children aged 5 years to 21 years. Her nephew, James Feely, also lived there, the son of her brother, Robert. Mary was aged 39 years and had been born in Ireland. 1 2 6 7
Mary married Gregory AIRLEY, son of James AIRLEY and Mary SMITH, on 6 June 1859 in St Mary's RC Chapel, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland. (Gregory AIRLEY was born about 1835 in Ireland 2 8.)
James McCafferty, CC, celebrated the marriage according to the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church. The witnesses were William Chambers and Rose Gerraham.
Gregory Airly was a 25 year old bachelor of Castle Street, Hamilton. He was a labourer at Malleable iron Works. Both of his parents were already deceased.
Mary Feely was aged 19 years and was unmarried. She was a tambourer and resided at Castle Street, Hamilton. Her mother was alive but her father was dead.
The marriage was registered at Hamilton on 7 June 1859, William Dickson being the signing registrar.