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Re: Daniel Sweeney b.Glenoughty Donegal Ireland in 1848
Posted by: Eileen Wilson (ID *****8668) Date: May 03, 2013 at 09:23:52
In Reply to: Re: Daniel Sweeney b.Glenoughty Donegal Ireland in 1848 by Kathleen Herron of 94936

Possibles in the 1901 Irish census:

Residents of a house 10 in Main Street (Letterkenny Town, Donegal)

Surname / Forename/ Age/ Sex/ Relation to head/ Religion / Birthplace / Occupation / Literacy / Irish Language / Marital Status / Specified Illnesses
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Sweeney Patrick 32 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic Co Donegal Car Driver Cannot read - Married -
Sweeney Annie 40 Female Wife Roman Catholic Co Derry - Read and write - Married -
Sweeney Bernard 11 Male Son Roman Catholic Co Donegal Scholar Read and write - Not Married -
Sweeney Bernard 56 Male Father Roman Catholic Co Donegal Labour in Corn Mill Cannot read - Widower -

OR

Residents of a house 121 in Main Street (Letterkenny Town, Donegal)

Sweeney Bernard 54 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic Ireland, Co Donegal Carter Read and write - Married -
Sweeney Nancy 55 Female Wife Roman Catholic Co Donegal House Keeper Read only - Married -
Sweeney Edward 75 Male Brother Roman Catholic Co Donegal Labourer General Cannot read - Not Married -



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