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ROURKE, John
(1784-)
HAGAN, Elisabeth
(About 1785-)
CAMPBELL, Patrick
(About 1777-029/1862)
HAMMEL, Sarah
(About 1785-1853)
ROURKE, Francis (DNA Linked)
(About 1806-007/1883)
CAMPBELL, Margaret (DNA Linked)
(About 1810-)
O'ROURK, William
(1852-)

 

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O'ROURK, William 1

  • Baptised: 25 December 1852, Dungannon RC parish, County Tyrone, Ireland 1
  • Died: 16 February 1899 at 9.30 am, Dawson's Land, Chapelhall, Holytown District, Lanarkshire, Scotland 2

   Cause of his death was acute bronchitis over 1 month.2

   Another name for William was O'ROURKE, William.2

  General Notes:

"Church Baptism Record

Name:William O'Rourk
Date of Birth:
Date of Baptism:25-Dec-1852
Address:Rossbeg
Parish/District:DUNGANNON
Gender:Unknown
County:TYRONE
Father:Francis O'Rourk
Mother:Margaret Campbell
Occupation:
Sponsor 1 /Informant 1:Edward
Sponsor 2 /Informant 2:Catherine McMahon
Notes: / /

Copyright Irish World Heritage Centre (Tyrone + Fermanagh)"

from www.rootsireland.ie


In the Church Baptism Record transcribed (above) and made available by the Irish Family History Foundation, William O'Rourk was recorded as having been baptised on 25 December 1852 in the RC parish of Dungannon in County Tyrone Ireland. His parents were Francis O'Rourk and Margaret Campbell. The address noted was Rossbeg. The first sponsor was recorded as 'Edward' and the second as 'Catherine McMahon'. It is unclear if the first is Edward O'Rourk, the name 'Edward' being of the O'Rourk side of the document, or Edward McMahon, the surname after Catherine being applicable to both Edward and Catherine.

William O'Rourke died in 1899. His death certificate recorded him as a single man of 37 years who worked as a coal miner. Both of his parents were dead. 1 2 3

  Medical Notes:

J. P. Wilson MB CM certified the cause of death.

Mary Hamill, William's sister who was present where the death occurred, gave notice of his death before the registrar, William Richard, at Holytown on 16 February 1899 and made her X mark. 2


Sources


1 Irish Family History Foundation, Dungannon RC parish County Tyrone Church Marriage Record.

2 GRO Scotland, Deaths Holytown 625/2 no 27 1899.

3 1861 UK census, 655 Shotts.

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