DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY

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Mary Ellen Doolan

F, #3626, b. 1895, d. DECEASED
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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Ellen Doolan was born in 1895.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Ellen Doolan had reference number 3626.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Richard Doolan

M, #3627, b. 1898, d. 1898
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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Richard Doolan was born in 1898.
  • Death: He died in 1898, at age ~0, aged 11 weeks.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Richard Doolan had reference number 3627.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

James Norman Doolan

M, #3628, b. 1902, d. DECEASED
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Family

Family:

  • Private

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: James Norman Doolan was born in 1902.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: James Norman Doolan had reference number 3628.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Margaret Doolan

F, #3630, b. 1903, d. DECEASED
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Parents

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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Margaret Doolan was born in 1903.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Margaret Doolan had reference number 3630.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Sadie Doolan

F, #3631, b. 1905, d. DECEASED
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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Sadie Doolan was born in 1905.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Sadie Doolan had reference number 3631.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Elizabeth Jane Doolan

F, #3632, b. 1906, d. DECEASED
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Parents

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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Elizabeth Jane Doolan was born in 1906.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth Jane Doolan had reference number 3632.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Richard Doolan

M, #3633, b. 1911, d. 1912
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Person Exhibits

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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Richard Doolan was born in 1911.
  • Death: He died in 1912, at age ~1, aged 15 months.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Richard Doolan had reference number 3633.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Hilda May Doolan

F, #3634, b. 1912, d. DECEASED
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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Hilda May Doolan was born in 1912.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Hilda May Doolan had reference number 3634.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

--------------------By Letter-------------------------
From K Doolan, 31 Wantage Road, Carrville, Durham, DH1 1LP. 25 September 1999.
Letter stated that Mary Daly had "various spellings". "It appears that after leaving Ireland, probably because of the potato famine, the first record I have of them [James Doolan 1829] is living in Glossop, Derbyshire, before moving to the North West Durham area, living in a village called Bushblades, near West Stanley, Co. Durham. The village no longer exists and is now just open pasture land. My main interest in the family name was to find out who the actual ancestor was who came to England and, of course, everyone in the family could say it is an Irish name, but no one knew the actual person. "
"The deaths in 1867 of Margaret, John and Richard were because of Scarlatina. The surviving members of the family worked as Miners at the local colliery."

Patrick Dooley

M, #3635, b. about 1768, d. 13 March 1845
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Catherine Hosey (b. about 1779, d. 18 March 1858)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Patrick Dooley was born about 1768 in IrelandG.
  • Death: He died on 13 March 1845 in Ballycolla, Aghaboe, Laois, Ireland.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Patrick Dooley had reference number 3635.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Jane Lyons [mailto:jlyons1@iol.ie]
Sent: 15 October 1999 14:14
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: A Thought from a tombstone - Dooley/Hosey

Every so often - as I wander round a graveyard rattling off what I'm reading
on the stone - not thinking about what it is I'm reading and saying -I come
across somthing like this......

and then - when I'm typing up my tapes - I *hear* what it is I read.....it
sinks in....

and while its true to say that I rarely see this on a stone - the few times
I do it always makes me stop and think....

and it should really be everybody's thought about life...we never know the
minute we will end up in the same place as Patrick Dooley.

Jane :-)

Oops - for anyone who might be looking for him - he is buried in the
graveyard in Ballacolla, Co. Laois - between Abbeyleix and Rathdowney....
and a / indicates a new line on the stone.
- --------------------------
Gloria in Excelsius Deo/ here lieth the body of/Patrick Dooley/late of
Ballycolla/who died March 13 1845/aged 77 years./

Good Travellers who chance to pass this way/fail not for my departed soul to
pray/here also, mark perhaps now in thy prime/the stealing steps of ever
fleeting time/Thou will be what I am. Seize the Present Hour /and Play that
well, for that's Within Thy Power.

/May his soul rest in peace amen/And Mrs. Catherine Dooley/alias Hosey
departed this life /18th of March 1858/aged 79 years./also/the remains of
their Son Sylvester Dooley/who departed this life/February 1st 1858. aged 51
years./And of his little Children/Of your charity Father pray for their
souls.
- -----------------------------.

John Doolin

M, #3636, d. DECEASED
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Vital Facts

  • Death: John Doolin died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: John Doolin had reference number 3636.

Narrative

-----Original Message-----
From: sdoolin7dj@microsoft.com [mailto:sdoolin7dj@email.msn.com]
Sent: 20 October 1999 02:39
To: brian.dowling@tesco.net
Subject: lee doolin

Brian, I am still looking for Lee, Doolin son of William main and Lydia Kelly , my aunt thinks he may have went to orgeron and thinks his son was John. Have you got any ideas about him,. Thanks sherry, I know that you monitor this board daily,

*******I have started at myfamily.com PLEASE VISIT AND LEAVE NOTES FILES PIC. RECIEPE CORRECT ANY ERRORS ADD INFO YOU LIKE THE LOG IN user name ID to edit hat the login pass word is= same1 and the user name is sdoolindjjwraos. all of these are case senitive. please write me any tips you have am for sure just learning at sdoolin7dj@msn.com or sdoolin7djjwr@aol.com for most of us in genealogy we depend on very distant cousins for help so lets help one another you know that is what your grandma would want.

Vincent Dowling1

M, #3637, b. between 1756 and 1757, d. 29 March 1825

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Elizabeth Andrews (b. about 1760, d. 28 July 1836)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Vincent Dowling was born between 1756 and 1757 in Ballyroan, Ballyroan, Laois, Ireland.
  • Marriage: He and Elizabeth Andrews were married in 1783 in London, EnglandG.
  • Death: He died on 29 March 1825 in Kentish Town, London, NW5.
  • Burial: He was buried in 1825 in Camden Town, London, Middlesex, England, St. Martin's Burial Ground.

Other Facts

  • Education: Vincent Dowling was educated Irish Bar(Law.)
  • Occupation: He was a Journalist.
  • Residence: He resided in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 3637.
  • Occupation: He was a Manager British Library, 132 Strand in London, EnglandG.
  • Residence: He resided in London, EnglandG, in 1780.
  • Occupation: He was a Publisher of "The World and Fashionable Advertiser" from inception at Exeter Change, Strand in London, EnglandG, in 1787.
  • Residence: He resided in Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland, in 1789.
  • Occupation: He was a Bookseller between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was a Coffee House Keeper between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was a Perfumer between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was a Print seller between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was a Printer between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was a Stationer between 1790 and 1800.
  • Occupation: He was an Editor and publisher between 1790 and 1800.
  • Residence: He resided in London, EnglandG, in August 1800.
  • Residence: He resided in London, EnglandG, after 1800 Bell's Buildings, Salisbury Square.
  • Occupation: He was a Bookseller between 1804 and 1807.
  • Occupation: He was a Patent Medicine Vendor at 30 Lincoln's Inn Fields in London, EnglandG, between 1804 and 1807.
  • Residence: He resided in Kentish Town, London, NW5, about 1809 10 Trafalgar Place.

Narrative

Fortis et Egregius by Anthony Dowling 1996:

"Vincent DOWLING, b. 1756 in Queen's County (now Laoighis, Laois, or Leix), Province of Leinster, Ireland; journalist; was educated for the Irish bar and began his working life in Dublin. Moved to London in 1780; was for several years manager of the British Library at 132 Strand, and was involved in publishing The World, and Fashionable Advertiser from its inception on I Jan. 1787 at the paper's commercial office in Exeter Change, Strand. Returned to Dublin in 1789, and during the period 1790-1800 was variously described as a print-seller and perfumer, printer, coffee-house-keeper, stationer, bookseller, editor and publisher. He opened the Apollo Library at 13 Suffolk St in 1792, and later The Dublin Registry and Militia Exemption Office, moving in Sept. the following year to 21 Suffolk St, from where he also published The Oracle; or, Sunday Gazette, 4 Sept. 1796 to 30 Apr. 1797. He took a lease on 5 College Green on 17 Sept. 1798 and moved his library there. On 22 Nov. 1799 he sub-leased the office and library though retaining some of the former for his writing and publishing activities. He reported debates in the Irish parliament, and was the publisher, editor and principal author of a satirical periodical on it entitled Proceedings and Debates of the Parliament of Pimlico, Nos 1-28,1799-1800, and its sequel The Olio, or, Anything-arian Miscellany, Nos 1-6, 26 Mar. to 12 Apr. 1800; wrote numerous political broadside ballads and jeux d'esprit against the impending Union with Britain. On 26 Aug. 1800 both his own lease and the sub-lease were terminated, and during that month he took his family to London, where he was listed as a bookseller and patent medicine vendor at 30 Lincoln's Inn Fields 1804-07. He was for many years a parliamentary reporter and contributed to The Times and other periodicals, residing at Bell's Buildings, Salisbury Square, and from about 1809, at 10 Trafalgar Place, Kentish Town, Middlesex.

m. 1783 in England, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Joseph ANDREWS of Burton-on-Trent from an old Saxon family, a merchant and ship owner in the Russian trade. The family on her mother's side were merchants in Yorkshire named HICKSON, and one of her forbears was reputedly a captain in the Royal Navy who was serving at the time of the Spanish Armada (1588).

d. 29 Mar. 1825 at Kentish Town, Middlesex, and was interred at St Martin's Burial Ground, Camden Town, having by her, who d. 28 July 1836 at Ambleside, Westmorland, aged 76, had ten children."

Citations

  1. [S116] SOURCE: (Full): Anthony Dowling (deceased),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Book
    Source Quality: Excellent

    Printed in Australia by Wild & Woolley Pty Ltd, Glebe
    ISBN 0 646 29889 5,
    Repository: Brian Dowling Library,
    Citation Detail: 245

Vincent Dowling1

M, #3638, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Mary Whelan (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Vincent Dowling died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Vincent Dowling had reference number 3638.

Citations

  1. [S116] SOURCE: (Full): Anthony Dowling (deceased),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Book
    Source Quality: Excellent

    Printed in Australia by Wild & Woolley Pty Ltd, Glebe
    ISBN 0 646 29889 5,
    Repository: Brian Dowling Library,
    Citation Detail: 245

Don Vencenza Dolinghos1

M, #3639, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family:

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Don Vencenza Dolinghos died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Don Vencenza Dolinghos had reference number 3639.

Narrative

Main Text:
Fortis et Egregious by Anthony Dowling - 1996:
"According to a family tradition the progenitor of the Dowlings of Ballyroan was a Castilian called Don Vincenza Dolinghos, a surgeon in the Spanish service who settled in Ballyroan, Queen's County, Ireland, during the reign of James II (1685-88). A descendant, presumably a grandson, Vincent Dowling, (called Vincent the elder in this book) married Mary Whelan of Maryborough, Queen's County, related to the Fitzgerald (later Lord Fitzgerald and Vesey) family, and had one son, Vincent (Vincent the younger)."

Citations

  1. [S116] SOURCE: (Full): Anthony Dowling (deceased),
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Book
    Source Quality: Excellent

    Printed in Australia by Wild & Woolley Pty Ltd, Glebe
    ISBN 0 646 29889 5,
    Repository: Brian Dowling Library,
    Citation Detail: 245

Mary Whelan

F, #3640, d. DECEASED
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Family

Family: Vincent Dowling (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary Whelan died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Whelan had reference number 3640.

Elizabeth Andrews

F, #3641, b. about 1760, d. 28 July 1836

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Vincent Dowling (b. between 1756 and 1757, d. 29 March 1825)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Elizabeth Andrews was born about 1760 in Burton-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England?
  • Marriage: She and Vincent Dowling were married in 1783 in London, EnglandG.
  • Death: She died on 28 July 1836 in Ambleside, Westmorland, EnglandG.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth Andrews had reference number 3641.

Thomas Dooling

M, #3642, b. about 1825, d. DECEASED
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : Coopers
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Family

Family: Elizabeth (b. about 1825, d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Thomas Dooling was born about 1825.
  • Marriage: He and Elizabeth were married before 1846.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Occupation: Thomas Dooling was a Stonemason.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 3642.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:12
To: bryan@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowlings in Laois

Bryan

I was really excited to stumble across your web site recently and here's
why:

I am Mark Dooling and I have traced my own roots back to late 1840s when my
g-g-g-grandmother, Elizabeth Dooling, widow oh Thomas Dooling, both from
Laois, came to England- Bradford specifically.

My family have been there ever since except some of my generation- I brought
my family down to Bracknell in Berkshire.

The point is though that if you have done a lot of research in Laois on the
Dowling name (which as we both know is connected to the Dooling name), you
may have uncovered valuable data on my family and as yet I don't even have
an exact location for them!

Better yet, we may even be connected judging by the some of the forenames
that are prevalent in your ancestry- Daniel and Thomas for instance keep
recurring throughout the generations of the Doolings in my family.

The one snag is I don't think my Thomas Dooling (g-g-g-g-grandfather) is the
same as yours as he seems to be from the previous generation (his son Daniel
was born in 1846 in Laois). Anyway, for what it's worth, I understand that
he was a stonemason.

I have quite a few web sites but the one with most info on my Dooling
ancestors is here: http://www.redblue.com/dooling and a Laois genealogy link
page I put together is here: http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen

I'm VERY KEEN to hear from you especially if you have come across anything
that may connect to my Doolings and/or help locate them. I certainly can
give you a much more ancient account of the Doolings and Dowlings dating
back to the first millenium- and it's very interesting (as the snippets on
my web site will show you) - there ARE royal connections would you believe?

Look forward to hearing from you
Kind regards
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire
-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:41
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: just sent you...

Brian

I just sent you a long mail and have a nasty feeling it went to the wrong
address- may have mis-spelled your name.

The bottom line is that I am Mark Dooling and have ancestors from Laois -
they came over to England in the 1840s - Elizabeth Dooling was my
g-g-g-grandmother and came over with her toddler son Daniel in late 1840s
from Laois but I don't know exactly where in Laois they came from. Elizabeth
was the widow of Thomas Dooling and I have been researching for over 20
years but never yet had a chance to take the Irish connection further
(although I know a lot of the ancient stuff).

I have web sites at http://www.redblue.com/dooling and
http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen - I think you have "borrowed" a graphic from
the latter (-; That's okay - you have my blessing!

Even better if it winds up that we are connected!

Cheers for now
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire
-----Original Message----------------------------------------------
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 11 October 1999 12:05
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: RE: Dowlings in Laois

Hi Brian

I have given some answers (interleaved [removed])....

Going on what I know about Elizabeth who was listed as in her early 20s (24
I think- I'll check) in 1851, I would say that it is highly likely that
Daniel (born 1846) was their first and only son....especially since no other
children are documented in Bradfors through the decades that follow on the
census.

I would put the couple's ages (Elizabeth and Thomas) at 18-20 in 1846.
I would estimate Thomas' birth date at 1825/6 therefore. There is the remote
possibility that he was a lot older than Elizabeth of course (looking
through LDS records, I have found one or two examples to base this
hypothesis on) and that maybe even she was his second wife.
This would mean his birth date could go back anything up to about another 30
years to late 1790s.

BUT, based on the limited info I have, I would state that the greater
probability is that he was born c. 1825

I keep promising to do that with a whole range of sites I have. The simple
answer is yes. The difficult question is "when?" Soon I hope!

Haha. Figures! In fact that whole site on the royal lineage belongs to
somebody else- I think I took a copy/dump and reproduced it.

The source is: http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlkik/

but you have to dig deep....the actual pages are:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~irlkik/kilkings.htm#osraige

Thanks for the response- hopefully you may be able to unearth some tenuous
link- then I can move on- I have been stalled here for some years (-;

Mark

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Elizabeth

F, #3643, b. about 1825, d. DECEASED
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : Coopers
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Thomas Dooling (b. about 1825, d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Elizabeth was born about 1825.
  • Marriage: She and Thomas Dooling were married before 1846.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Elizabeth had reference number 3643.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:12
To: bryan@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowlings in Laois

Bryan

I was really excited to stumble across your web site recently and here's
why:

I am Mark Dooling and I have traced my own roots back to late 1840s when my
g-g-g-grandmother, Elizabeth Dooling, widow oh Thomas Dooling, both from
Laois, came to England- Bradford specifically.

My family have been there ever since except some of my generation- I brought
my family down to Bracknell in Berkshire.

The point is though that if you have done a lot of research in Laois on the
Dowling name (which as we both know is connected to the Dooling name), you
may have uncovered valuable data on my family and as yet I don't even have
an exact location for them!

Better yet, we may even be connected judging by the some of the forenames
that are prevalent in your ancestry- Daniel and Thomas for instance keep
recurring throughout the generations of the Doolings in my family.

The one snag is I don't think my Thomas Dooling (g-g-g-g-grandfather) is the
same as yours as he seems to be from the previous generation (his son Daniel
was born in 1846 in Laois). Anyway, for what it's worth, I understand that
he was a stonemason.

I have quite a few web sites but the one with most info on my Dooling
ancestors is here: http://www.redblue.com/dooling and a Laois genealogy link
page I put together is here: http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen

I'm VERY KEEN to hear from you especially if you have come across anything
that may connect to my Doolings and/or help locate them. I certainly can
give you a much more ancient account of the Doolings and Dowlings dating
back to the first millenium- and it's very interesting (as the snippets on
my web site will show you) - there ARE royal connections would you believe?

Look forward to hearing from you
Kind regards
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire
-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:41
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: just sent you...

Brian

I just sent you a long mail and have a nasty feeling it went to the wrong
address- may have mis-spelled your name.

The bottom line is that I am Mark Dooling and have ancestors from Laois -
they came over to England in the 1840s - Elizabeth Dooling was my
g-g-g-grandmother and came over with her toddler son Daniel in late 1840s
from Laois but I don't know exactly where in Laois they came from. Elizabeth
was the widow of Thomas Dooling and I have been researching for over 20
years but never yet had a chance to take the Irish connection further
(although I know a lot of the ancient stuff).

I have web sites at http://www.redblue.com/dooling and
http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen - I think you have "borrowed" a graphic from
the latter (-; That's okay - you have my blessing!

Even better if it winds up that we are connected!

Cheers for now
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire.

Daniel Dooling

M, #3644, b. 1846, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Daniel Dooling was born in 1846 in Laois, IrelandG.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Occupation: Daniel Dooling was a Stonemason.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 3644.

Narrative

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--------------------------------------Original Message------------------------------------------
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:12
To: bryan@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowlings in Laois

Bryan

I was really excited to stumble across your web site recently and here's
why:

I am Mark Dooling and I have traced my own roots back to late 1840s when my
g-g-g-grandmother, Elizabeth Dooling, widow oh Thomas Dooling, both from
Laois, came to England- Bradford specifically.

My family have been there ever since except some of my generation- I brought
my family down to Bracknell in Berkshire.

The point is though that if you have done a lot of research in Laois on the
Dowling name (which as we both know is connected to the Dooling name), you
may have uncovered valuable data on my family and as yet I don't even have
an exact location for them!

Better yet, we may even be connected judging by the some of the forenames
that are prevalent in your ancestry- Daniel and Thomas for instance keep
recurring throughout the generations of the Doolings in my family.

The one snag is I don't think my Thomas Dooling (g-g-g-g-grandfather) is the
same as yours as he seems to be from the previous generation (his son Daniel
was born in 1846 in Laois). Anyway, for what it's worth, I understand that
he was a stonemason.

I have quite a few web sites but the one with most info on my Dooling
ancestors is here: http://www.redblue.com/dooling and a Laois genealogy link
page I put together is here: http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen

I'm VERY KEEN to hear from you especially if you have come across anything
that may connect to my Doolings and/or help locate them. I certainly can
give you a much more ancient account of the Doolings and Dowlings dating
back to the first millenium- and it's very interesting (as the snippets on
my web site will show you) - there ARE royal connections would you believe?

Look forward to hearing from you
Kind regards
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire
-------------------------------------------Original Message------------------------------------
From: Mark Dooling [mailto:markdooling@hotmail.com]
Sent: 06 October 1999 23:41
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: just sent you...

Brian

I just sent you a long mail and have a nasty feeling it went to the wrong
address- may have mis-spelled your name.

The bottom line is that I am Mark Dooling and have ancestors from Laois -
they came over to England in the 1840s - Elizabeth Dooling was my
g-g-g-grandmother and came over with her toddler son Daniel in late 1840s
from Laois but I don't know exactly where in Laois they came from. Elizabeth
was the widow of Thomas Dooling and I have been researching for over 20
years but never yet had a chance to take the Irish connection further
(although I know a lot of the ancient stuff).

I have web sites at http://www.redblue.com/dooling and
http://www.redblue.com/laoisgen - I think you have "borrowed" a graphic from
the latter (-; That's okay - you have my blessing!

Even better if it winds up that we are connected!

Cheers for now
Mark Dooling
Bracknell, Berkshire.

James Dowling

M, #3645, d. DECEASED
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : Coopers
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Mary (d. DECEASED)

  • John Dowling
  • Patrick Dowling
  • Elizabeth Dowling
  • Mary Dowling (d. after 1930)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: James Dowling died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: James Dowling had reference number 3645.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@server04.merrion.nua.net]
Sent: 08 October 1999 12:13
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Dowling, James & Mary

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Dowling, James & Mary.

Looking for history of my greatgrandparents, James and Mary Dowling of Dublin or (possibly County Cork). They gave birth to my grandfather, John Dowling who immigrated to New York with a brother Patrick Dowling (a jockey). He had a sister, Elizabeth (a nurse)and another sister, Mary (who emigrated around 1930: married Bob Collins, settled in Brooklyn, NY). If you have any info on James and Mary Dowling, it would be appreciated. Thank You !

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Mary

F, #3646, d. DECEASED
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : Coopers
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: James Dowling (d. DECEASED)

  • John Dowling
  • Patrick Dowling
  • Elizabeth Dowling
  • Mary Dowling (d. after 1930)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary had reference number 3646.

Narrative

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-----Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@server04.merrion.nua.net]
Sent: 08 October 1999 12:13
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Dowling, James & Mary

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Dowling, James & Mary.

Looking for history of my greatgrandparents, James and Mary Dowling of Dublin or (possibly County Cork). They gave birth to my grandfather, John Dowling who immigrated to New York with a brother Patrick Dowling (a jockey). He had a sister, Elizabeth (a nurse)and another sister, Mary (who emigrated around 1930: married Bob Collins, settled in Brooklyn, NY). If you have any info on James and Mary Dowling, it would be appreciated. Thank You !

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Mary Dowling

F, #3650, d. after 1930

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Dowling was born in IrelandG.
  • Death: She died after 1930.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Dowling had reference number 3650.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@server04.merrion.nua.net]
Sent: 08 October 1999 12:13
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Dowling, James & Mary

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Dowling, James & Mary.

Looking for history of my greatgrandparents, James and Mary Dowling of Dublin or (possibly County Cork). They gave birth to my grandfather, John Dowling who immigrated to New York with a brother Patrick Dowling (a jockey). He had a sister, Elizabeth (a nurse)and another sister, Mary (who emigrated around 1930: married Bob Collins, settled in Brooklyn, NY). If you have any info on James and Mary Dowling, it would be appreciated. Thank You !

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