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McNERNEY, Patrick
(About 1815-)
McCONVILL, Catherine
(About 1815-0003/1898)
MANN, Peter
(About 1813-After 1866)
(About 1824-After 1866)
McENARNEY, Michael
(About 1839-)
MANN, Helen
(About 1849-Between 1901/1917)


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1. FALLONS, Catherine


  • Born: 6 January 1876, Clarkson's Land, Coatdyke, Old Monkland Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland
  • Marriage (1): FALLONS, Catherine on 8 February 1901 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1

   Other names for John were McENEARNEY, John,1 McENERNEY, John and McNARNEY, John.

  General Notes:

John was recorded in the 1881 and 1891 census living in Blantyre, aged 5 years and 15 years old respectively. In the 1891 census he was a coal mine. He had been born in Old Monkland Parish.

John was not recorded in the family entry of the 1901 Blantyre census.

John married Catherine FALLONS, daughter of Edward FALLONS and Bridget ROONEY, on 8 February 1901 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (Catherine FALLONS was born in 1877 1.)

  Marriage Notes:

The marriage was celebrated after banns according to the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church. The priest was Father Thomas Hackett. The witnesses were James Gillen and Mary Dolochan.

John McEnearney was a coal miner by occupation. He was a bachelor aged 25 years and lived at 61 Hall Street, Blantyre.

Catherine Fallons was a cotton factory weaver. She lived at 24 Dixon Street, Blantyre. She was unmarried and aged 23 years.

The marriage was registered at Blantyre on 11 February 1901, H. MacMillan being the registrar. 1


1 GRO Scotland, Marriage 624 No 25 Blantyre 1901.

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