1. QUIN, Catharine
- VALLELY, Sara
- VALLELY, Catharine+
- VALLELY, Charles
- VALLELY, John
- VALLELY, Mary+
- VALLELY, Helen
- VALLELY, Thomas
- VALLALEY, Elisabeth+
- VALLELY, Joseph+
- VALLELY, Ann
- VALLELY, James+
VALLELY, Thomas 4 5
- Baptised: 9 May 1826, Dungannon RC Parish, County Tyrone, Ireland
- Marriage (1): QUIN, Catharine on 31 August 1859 in Dungannon RC Parish, County Tyrone, Ireland 1 2 3
- Died: 2 July 1889 at 7.30 am, Parkhead, Cleland, Shotts Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 5
Cause of his death was chronic bronchitis over eighteen months.
Other names for Thomas were VALLALEY, Thomas,2 VALLALY, Thomas, VALLELEY, Thomas 7 and VALLELY, Thom.6
"Church Baptism Record
Name: Thom Vallely
Date of Birth:
Date of Baptism: 09-May-1826
Father: Charles Vallely
Mother: Sara Corigan
Sponsor 1 /Informant 1: William
Sponsor 2 /Informant 2: Sara Devlin
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In the Church Baptism Record (see above) transcribed and made available by the Irish Family History Foundation it was recorded that Thom Vallely was baptized in Dungannon RC parish, County Tyrone, on 9 May 1826. His parents were Charles Vallely and Sara Corigan. The address for the child or family was Glebe. The sponsors were 'William' and 'Sara Devlin', it being unclear whether these latter two were a couple. No other information was provided.
Thomas Vallely married his wife Cath Quinn in Dungannon in 1859, and their first child, Sara, was born there in August 1860. Between then and the Spring of 1861 the small family travelled to Scotland.
In 1861 the census for number 4 house, Shotts parish, Lanarkshire, recorded a couple, with their 7 month old baby Sarah, called Thomas and Catherine Vallely. All were born in Ireland. Thomas was an ironstone miner aged 32 years.
In his daughter Catharine's birth certificate of 1862 Thomas Vallely was recorded as an iron miner. It was he who notified the Registrar of her birth and signed her birth certificate.
When Charles Vallaly was born on 3 August 1863 it was his father Thomas Vallaly, an iron miner, who notified his birth. He gave notice before the registrar, William Paterson, at Shotts on 20 August 1863, stating he had been present where the birth occurred and giving the date and place of his marriage as 28 August 1860 in Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
John Vallely was born on 20 August 1867. His father, Thomas Vallely, an iron miner, notified his birth. Thomas gave notice before the registrar, William Paterson, at Shotts on 7 September 1867, stating that he had been present where the birth occurred and giving the date and place of his marriage as 29 August 1859 at Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
Thomas Vallely was recorded by the 1871 census as head of a household living at 6 Greenhill, near Cleland, in Shotts parish. The house that he and his wife and five children lived in had one windowed room. According to the census entry, Thomas was 43 years old and worked as an ironstone miner. His children ranged in age from Catherine aged 9 years, down to Ellen aged 1 year. Both parents were born in Ireland and the children were born in Shotts parish, Scotland.
Thomas was a coal miner at the time of his son Thomas' birth in 1872, about which he notified the registrar, and of his daughter Helen's death aged 9 in 1879. That was also his occupation in the birth certificate of his daughter Elizabeth in 1875.
In June 1879 Thomas Vallely, a coal miner, gave notice of the birth of his daughter, Ann Vallely before the registrar, Peter Paterson, at Salsburgh on 21 June 1879. He also gave the date and place of his marriage as 29 August 1859 at Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
The 1881 census for Greenhill village in the parish of Shotts, Lanarkshire, recorded Thomas and Catherine Vallely living in a house with two windowed rooms. They had eight children aged from 19 years to 2 years. Thomas and Catherine were recorded as born in Ireland, and the children as born in Shotts parish, Scotland. Thomas worked as a coal miner and he was recorded as 50 years old.
Thomas Vallely died in 1889. In his death certificate, his occupation was noted as coalminer. His recorded age at death was 55 years. His wife Catherine Quin survived him. Both of his parents were deceased.
In the marriage certificate of his daughter Mary in 1895, Thomas Valleley was recorded as a 'coalminer deceased'.
In his wife's death certificate of 1897 Thomas was described as 'coalminer' and Catherine his 'widow'.
In 1909 when his daughter Elizabeth married, Thomas Vallely was recorded as a coal miner, deceased.
His son, Joseph, died in 1919, and his son,Thomas, died in 1923. In the death certificates of both, Thomas senior was recorded as having been a coal miner. This was the case also in the death certificate of his daughter, Mary, in 1932, in that of his daughter, Annie, in 1933, in that of his daughter, Elizabeth, in 1964, and in the death certificate of his son, James, in 1966. 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
The cause of death was certified by James Duncan MB CM.
Charles Vallely, Thomas' son, who had been present where the death occurred, notified the registrar, William Spence, of his father's death on 2 July 1889.
Thomas married Catharine QUIN, daughter of Terence QUIN in Glebe, County Tyrone and Catherine CONLIN, on 31 August 1859 in Dungannon RC Parish, County Tyrone, Ireland.1 2 3 (Catharine QUIN was baptised in January 1840 in Dungannon Parish, County Tyrone, Ireland and died 25 August 1897 at 5.00am in Windyedge Farm, West District of Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland.). The cause of her death was valvular disease of the heart, dropsy and cerebral softening over six months.
"Church Marriage Record
Date of Marriage:31-Aug-1859
Parish / District:DUNGANNON
Husband Name: Thomas Vallely
Husband's Father Name:Vallely
Wife's Father Name:Quinn
Witness 1:Vallely Eliza
Witness 2:Conlon Edw
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In the Church Marriage Record transcribed and made available by the Irish Family History Foundation it was recorded that Thomas Vallely and Cath Quinn were married in Dungannon RC parish County Tyrone on 31 August 1859. The fathers of the couple were named by their surname only 'Vallely' and 'Quinn'. No specific address was given. There were two witnesses: the first was Eliza Vallely, and the second Edw Conlon.
In the birth certificate of their son Charles, in 1863, the date of marriage was given as 28 August 1860 at Dungannon, County Tyrone.
In the birth certificate of their son John, in 1867, the date of marriage was given as 29 August 1859 at Dungannon, County Tyrone.
In the birth certificate of their son, Thomas, in 1872, the date of marriage was given as 20 August 1859 at Dungannon, County Tyrone.
In the birth certificate of their daughter, Elizabeth, in 1875, the date and place of her parents' marriage was noted as 29 August 1859 at Dungannon, Ireland. This date and place was also given at the registration of the birth of his daughter, Ann, in 1879. 2 3