This Power branch stayed in Ireland. I am looking to go back further. I beleive that James'father was John and also a station master for the railroad. Each census lists the birthplace differently but the county lines may have been re-drawn back then.
1901 Irish Census County Kilkenny Parliamentary Div South Kilkenny Parish Pollerone Poor Law Union Waterford District Electorial Pollrone Townland Grange Barony Iverk Sub District Mooncoin line 19
Power James Age 27 male head of house Roman Catholic station master born Kilkenny
Power Emmie age 26 female wife Roman Catholic born Kilkenny
Power John age 4 male son Roman Catholic born Kilkenny
Power Johanna age 2 female daughter Roman Catholic born Kilkenny
Home built by Railway Station walls are either stone, brick or concrete, Roof is slate, Iron or tiles, 2 front windows 5 or 6 rooms leinholder GS&W Railway Company
1911 Census County Kilkenny Poor Law Union Waterford Dist electorial Div Pollrone Barony Iverk Parish Pollrone Townland Grange Constabulary Thomastown Sub District ?Mooncoin? Division South Kilkenny line 1
Power James 37 male head of house Roman Catholic born Tipperary Railstation Master can read & write is married
Emmie age 34 female wife Roman Catholic b Tipperary 3 births 3 alive married 14 years
Power John age 13 male son scholar Roman Catholic born Tipperary
Power Johanna age 11 female daughter Roman Catholic born Tipperary
Power Richard age 8 male son Roman Catholic born Tipperary
family owned a fowl house on the property
built private dwelling 1 out bldg James Power as living there no lein holders name.
Related to the 3 Monsignor Power's of Tipperary who served in England.
On the Ema Cooney side she was related to the Clancy brother singers and Msgr Michael Cooney was in the USAF during WWII as chaplain in San Diego he was ordained St Patrick's Co Carlow Ireland.
Sgt. John Cooney Swords Garda Siochana State Police
a brother named Jimmy of Moneygall
Anyone researching this branch please get in touch with me. Thank you for your time & trouble.
Mooncoin is a village situated in the far south of Kilkenny, just 7 miles from Waterford City on the main Waterford to Limerick road. Mooncoin is a quaint village which has continually received high scores in the Tidy Towns competition. Mooncoin is said to have obtained its name from a man by the name of Coin Walsh. The Irish translation of Mooncoin is 'Móin Coin', which means 'the bog of Coin' or 'Coins bog'.
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