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KANE, Frederick
(About 1790-After 1848)
KANE MS UNKNOWN, , Mrs
(About 1795-)
KANE, Frederick
(About 1826-After 1887)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. CALDWELL, Susan

KANE, Frederick 1 2

  • Born: About 1826 1
  • Marriage (1): CALDWELL, Susan on 31 August 1854 in Coleraine Registrar's Office, County Derry, Ireland 1
  • Died: After 1887

   Another name for Frederick was KAIN, Frederick.3

  General Notes:

In the 1880 marriage certificate of his daughter Susan, Frederick Kane was recorded as being a farm labourer.

Frederick Kane was a gardener according to the death certificate of his son Thomas in 1887. 2 4


Frederick married Susan CALDWELL, daughter of John CALDWELL and Mrs CALDWELL MS UNKNOWN, on 31 August 1854 in Coleraine Registrar's Office, County Derry, Ireland.1 (Susan CALDWELL was born about 1826 1 and died after 1887.)


  Marriage Notes:

The Church Marriage Record listed in the database of the Irish Family History Foundation records a marriage between Frederick Kane and Susan Caldwell as having taken place on 31 August 1854. The marriage was a civil marriage and no denominational affiliation was recorded for either party, only 'Registrar District' at one point. The venue was noted as Coleraine Registry Office, Co. Derry. Under 'Address' 'Advarness MacOsquin' was recorded for both bride and groom.

The status of each party being married was noted: 'Widower (male)' and 'Spinster (Previously unmarried). No age was entered for either one. The names of their fathers were Frederick Kane and John Caldwell. No names were entered for the mothers of the bride and groom. Frederick Kane was recorded as a farmer; John Caldwell was a labourer.

Occupations were noted for the bride and groom: Frederick Kane was a labourer and Susan Caldwell was a 'flowerer'.

Two witnesses were named. Witness 1 was recorded as James McGowan. Witness 2 was Nathaniel Young.

Note: The townland of Ardvarness, 366 acres in size, is located in the civil parish of Macosquin, County Derry, and is situated 1 mile south of the village of Macosquin and 4 miles southwest of the town of Coleraine. 5 6

Sources


1 Ancestry.com Message Boards, Wednesday 9 June 1999 Carol Dunbar surnames Caddell, Kane, Caldwell.

2 GRO Scotland, Death Certificate 1887 West District of Greenock Renfrewshire.

3 (http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie).

4 GRO Scotland, Marriage certificate 1880 Glasgow Scotland.

5 (http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie), Coleraine Derry.

6 Correspondence, email -http://uk.mg40.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.rand=1m2kinmdrhgph.


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