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Carlow Miscellaneous Records

1846 Admissions to the Lunatic Asylum - Orleans Parish
Submitted by: Colleen Fitzpatrick
Source: Family History Library Microfilm No. 842076
Updated: October 2003
Submitted to the LAGenWeb Archives:
Discharged Name of Patient Nativity Age Last From N.O. Marr Sick Disease Ent'd
27 May 1846 Elizabeth Ball born Spencer Carlow Co., Ireland 23? New York 7 yrs M 1 wk Hysteria


Chester Castle Prison, 1851 Census. (HO107/2171)
Details of "each person who abode in the Institution on the night of 30th March, 1851"
Extra Parochial Place of Chester Castle. Folio 809, Page 1.
Folio 813, Name Status Marital Status Age Occupation Born Country
Page 8. Patrick CAVANNAH, Prisoner, S, 20, Tailor (Journeyman), b. Ireland, CAR, Carlow.

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Sharon Eller's great-great-grandfather was George MARSHALL (born 1826, died 1902) who emigrated to Canada from Old Leighlin, County Carlow, Ireland in 1847. George and his wife Susanna JAMES (also from Ireland) settled in Vars, Ontario (near Ottawa), and raised a family of thirteen children there on the farm. George was the son of Andrew MARSHALL, and was one of 17 children. Only George emigrated to Canada - four of his siblings went to the US, and others to Australia around the same period.



Simon BRYAN b. c1801, native of Wexford, IRL. Carpenter. Convicted Carlow July 11th, 1825 of sheep stealing. Sentenced to 7 years. Arrived "REGALIA" August 5th, 1826. 1828 Census: B2216 (Labourer, Newington) Ticket of Leave: 31/343 issued July 9th, 1831 for the Parramatta area. (Cancelled by the Parramatta Bench June 30th, 1832 for 'violently assaulting a female, Anne McCormick'). Certificate of Freedom: 32/610 issued July 11th, 1832.

Daltons of Irish Ancestry in the 1881 Census of Great Britain

DALTON, Edward, unmarried visitor, age 40, b. Ire., Co. Carlow, staying at Liverpool;

DALTON, Jarnes at 29 Hewitt Street, Gorton; head, age 38, b. Ire., Co. Carlow, occ.: cotton labourer; Mary, wife, 36, b. Ire., Co. Carlow; Anne, dau, 16, b. Ire., Co. Carlow; William, son, 14, b. Ire., Co. Carlow; Thomas, son, 12, b. Ire., Co. Carlow; Mary, son, 10, b. LAN, Manchester; Patrick, son, 8, b. LAN, Manchester; Sarah Ellen, dau, 6, b. LAN, Manchester; Bridget, dau, 4, b. LAN, Manchester; Alice, dau, 2, b. LAN, Manchester; John J., son, 5 weeks, b. LAN , Manchester.

Those Who Came of Their Own Free Will:

Mary Ann Murray migrated to Victoria the same year as her husband Robert Good (see above) in 1859. She was born in 1839 in Dunlickney Co. Carlow, Ireland. The daughter of William MURRAY and Elizabeth PILLNE. She resided at Black Hills, Browns Diggings at the time of her marriage in 1861. Mary Ann died at only age 35 leaving her husband with a very young family. She is buried in an unmarked grave in Smythesdale cemetery, Vic.


591, Pinder,William, 10 Oct 1863, Sydney, Leighton, Carlow, Policeman, 28, 5 4, Kate, 281,,,

Glanville Probates in England from 1858 to 1880 -

1868 GLANVILLE Eliza, late of Ketton, County of Rutland, widow, who died on 6 April 1867 at Ketton. Will proved at London on 10 October by Henry White Luttrell of Carlow in Ireland, draper, the sole executor, under 450.

1881 Census: Residents of Leigh Union Workhouse, Atherton, Lancashire:

Name Mar Age Sex Relation Occupation Birthplace
Patrick CASSIDY W 51 M Inmate Bricklayers Labourer Carlow

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