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 Post subject: Herberts in Ennistymon
PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 5:18 am 
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My ggg grandmother was Mary Anne Herbert, born in 1821, in Ennistymon. She was the daughter of John Herbert. I don't know where her father was from or who her mother was (although I think her first name was Margaret). I have found mentions of John Herbert in the minutes of the Poor Law Union meetings in the 1840s. Any information about the origins of the Herberts would be greatly apreciated
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Kim Salisbury


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2014 3:36 pm 
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hello kim,
this from the Griffiths valuation 1855 ennistymon,
Michael oloughlin

Griffiths Valuation Record Information
Tenant
Family Name 1 HERBERT
Forename 1 JOHN
Landlord
Family Name 2 STACPOOLE
Forename 2 ANDREW
Location
County CLARE
Barony CORCOMROE (PART OF)
Union ENNISTIMON
Parish KILMANAHEEN
Townland ARDNACULLIA, NORTH
Place Name BOGBERRY STREET
Place Type OTHER
Publication Details
Position on Page 31
Printing Date 1855
Act 15&16
Sheet Number 15,23
Map Reference 8 24
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 11:57 pm 
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Thanks for that, Michael.


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hello kim,
old ennistymon photo .
first row of houses bogberry street ennistymon.
regards michael oloughlin


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:40 am 
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That's a great photo, Michael. My great, great, great grandmother - Mary Ann Carrigg (nee Herbert) was still living in Bogberry Street in the 1901 census.
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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2014 4:53 pm 
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hello kim,
enhanced photo of bogberry street date 1899.
there is a possibility that the large house in the bottom of the photo is the carrige house.
my g /grand mother is Mary oloughlin at no 26 in the 1901 census of bogberry street.
also extract from book on the history of the ennistymon bridge club 1954.
regards michael oloughlin


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 5:13 am 
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Thanks again, Michael, for the great photo. Really good to see how Ennistymon looked when my great,great, great grandmother was still alive.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2014 9:21 pm 
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hello kim,
newspaper extract on the carrige family from ennistymon.
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On Monday April 24, Mr. Neville, excise officer with a guard of the Cork Militia destroyed an illicit distillery near Ennistymon- disastrous circumstances occurred-amongst the killed Mr. Charles Carrige of Ennistymon and Mr Cassidy of Ballymacraven it is feared mortally wounded Neville committed to Jail. EC Thurs 27 April 1797.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 1:08 am 
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Hi Michael,
Thank you so much for that. Which newspaper was it from? That is fantastic - the earliest record I have of the Carriggs in Ennistymon so far.


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hello kim,
amended news paper report on carrig family.
Ennis Chronicle, Co. Clare, Ireland, 27 Apr 1797

ILLICIT STILL
On Monday April 24, Mr. Neville, excise officer with a guard of the Cork
Militia destroyed an illicit distillery near Ennistymon- disastrous
circumstances occurred-amongst the killed Mr. Charles Carrige of Ennistymon
and Mr Cassidy of Ballymacraven it is feared mortally wounded Neville
committed to Jail.
the carrige family seem to have been involved in the bar/ spirit trade in ennistymon for generations,
regards michael oloughlin


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2014 1:33 pm 
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Many thanks, Michael,
Kim


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 22, 2015 5:11 pm 
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hello,kim
a recent photo in 2014 of what i belive to be the herberts house in bogberry ennistymon
the house is down for demelation to enable a build of a new bridge across the inah river.
regards
regards michael oloughlin


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 11:34 am 
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Thanks so much for that photo, Michael. It's such a shame it is going to be demolished. So glad that you have got a photo of it at least.
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Kim


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It seems the Carriggs carried on the distillery business over in the States. My gggrandmother,Ella Carrigg Clark,ran a bootlegging operation during prohibition. She was known to have wayward young ladies living with her as well!


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:01 pm 
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message from michael oloughlin hello blondie,
carrigs bar ennistymon,
were known known to add a drop of water to the drink [local saying a drop of holy water}
there is a local folk song on water being added in carrigs bar,
i wonder if your ggg grand mother carried on the same tradition.
regards mick oloughlin


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