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Michael Doolan1,2

M, #4026, d. after 1882
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Amili Cofield (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Michael Doolan died after 1882.1

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Michael Doolan had reference number 4026.
  • Occupation: He was a Pensioner on 2 June 1882.1,2

Citations

  1. [S1632] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Doolan. Privately held by Marcos Doolan, Argentina.

    2000,
    Citation Detail: -----Original Message-----From: Mario Abbate [mailto:email address]Sent: 07 March 2000 05:07To: email address: HelloMy name is Doolan Marcos I am Argentinian, my grandfather´s name was Michael Doolan and Ana Biggs.----- Original Message ----- From: Brian Dowling To: Mario Abbate Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 3:49 PMSubject: RE: Hello replyHello You are the first Doolan I know of in Argentina. I am very interested in how you got there!I also noticed you said yor name was Doolan Marcos and not Marcos Doolan. Why is that?Please reply with any more information about your ancestors. Brian Dowling - email addresshttp://fp.dowling.f9.co.uk-----Original Message-----From: Mario Abbate [mailto:email address]Sent: 11 March 2000 05:34To: Brian DowlingSubject: Re: Hello BrianTo request PasswordFamily photospleaceMy name is Doolan Marcos (Mark).No hablo Ingles, no speaking inglish only dictionaryI 35 years oldSee you later---------------------------------------Note: Gave up on account of language barrier-------------------------------------Original Message-------------------------------Hello Brian. (Hola Brian)He is Charles Doolan, my father in San Julian city (1950). Brother and sister Friend Charles(see picture) Hasta pronto. Marcos...----------------------------------------- Original Message ------------------------------------------- From: Mario Abbate To: Brian Dowling Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2000 1:17 AMSubject: Marcos Doolan Doolans in Argentina complementary GGrandfather Michael Doolan 1 Michael Christopher Doolan 1858 + wife HannaH Elizabet Biggs 1865 Marriage Certificate 2nd june 1882 ·# 134 West Falkland 2 Michael Doolan 2 Willian Doolan 1891 Port. Stanley Islas Malvinas + Luisa Vargas 3 Guilermo Doolan 3 Margarita Doolan 3 Julia Doolan 3 Miguel Doolan 3 Luisa Doolan 3 Evaristo Doolan 1937 Rio Gallegos Argentina +Maria Burgos 4 Daniel Doolan 4 Adrian Doolan 3 Eduardo Doolan + Julia Barria 4 Sandra Doolan 4 Eduardo Doolan 4 Guillermo Doolan 3 Alfonso Doolan 3 Raul Doolan deceased + Unknowm 4 Viviana Doolan 4 Paula Doolan 4 Walter Doolan 4 Lucas Doolan 2 John Doolan ??? + ? 2 Frank Doolan ?? + ? 3 Francisco Doolan 2 Charles Alfred Doolan 1899 Port. Stanley + Felisa Sandoval 1930 Puerto San Julian Argentina 3 Carlos Doolan + Josefina 4 Silvana Doolan 4 Diego Doolan 3 Martha Doolan husband Hesctor Perera 4 Silvina Perera 4 Vanina Perera 4 Veronica Perera 4 Rodrigo Perera 3 Ana Maria Doolan + Carlos Vera 4 Fernando Vera 4 Daniel Vera 4 Osvaldo Vera 3 Enrique Doolan + 4 Carlos Doolan 4 Romina Doolan 3 Marcos Doolan 3 Nora Doolan + Miguel Vidal 4 Estefania Vidal 4 Gaston Vidal 4 Mathias Vidal 3 Miguel Doolan 2 Mark Doolan 2 Robert Doolan + Unk 3 Julia Doolan 2 Elena Doolan 2 Sara Doolan 2 Emilia Doolan 2 Nora Doolan 1904 Port Stanley Islas Malvinas + Pedersen 3 Corina Pedersen 3 Paddy Pedersen 2 Ernest Doolan See you later Marcos.-----------------------------------Original Message-------------------------------------From: Mario Abbate [mailto:email address]Sent: 02 July 2000 23:55To: Brian DowlingSubject: ThankHello Brian.Thank you very much for Doolans of Argentina. He is Roberto Doolan in 1928. Estancia (ranch) Angelina.horsebreaker. domando potros.Regards. Marcos Doolan.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------St. James' Anglican Church, Punta Arenas; Burials Iglesia anglicana de St. James, Punta Arenas; Sepultaciones (1895--1998)Source: http://www.patbrit.com/eng/index.htmlDoolan, Robert 4-X-1930 24 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------British Immigrants to Magallanes (1870-1890) During the period 1870-1890, British citizens accounted ... ... Ann 1888 housewife doolan, Christopher Black, Peter 1882 sailor Bonham, ... ... Dobree, Henrietta doolan, Christopher 1890 shepherd Biggs, Ann doolan, ... ... Biggs, Ann doolan, William 1888 rancher MacGregor, Helen ... ... 1888 housewife doolan, William MacGregor, Helen [Elena] 1890 ... http://www.patbrit.com/eng/Immig/MagBrit.html • Saturday, 24 May 2003, 3:11pm GMT • 31.1k------------------------------------------------------Estancias en Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego, Chile, 1898Complete List of Property Rates / Rol de Avalúos (completo)Source: http://www.patbrit.com/eng/index.htmlOwner Ranch Valuation (pesos)Doulan, Miguel [Doolan, Michael] Gallego Chico 42,500 ---------------------------------------------------------------------Some British Settlers in Santa Cruz ProvinceA partial index of family histories published in « La Opinión Austral », Río Gallegos by Pablo Gustavo Beecher[publication date shown in parentheses]Doolan, Christopher [10-XII-2000] Ireland; via Falklands [Malvinas], Chile; c1890; Ea. Tapi Aike----------------------------------------------------------The British Club, Río Gallegos (estd. 1911) Memorial Plaque, NamesSource: http://www.patbrit.com/eng/index.htmlDoolan, Christopher----------------------------------------------------------Punta Arenas, 1891 -- Civil Unrest Signatories to Petition from Source: Public Record Office, Kew last updated: 7-XII-2002Source: http://www.patbrit.com/eng/index.htmlDoolan, MNote: At the close of 1890, Chile was on the verge of civil war. The National Congress, supported by a large portion of the Navy (among other groups), was at loggerheads with President Balmaceda. The ramifications of these events were felt in Magallanes. In January 1891, when two newly acquired warships (bought in Europe) arrived in the port, their commanders defied the authority of the Governor, Valdivieso. Fearing a repetition of the havoc caused in the 1877 mutiny, Valdivieso deftly took control of the vessels and diverted them to Buenos Aires. To strengthen his position, 60 soldiers were sent to Punta Arenas by the central government. He also created a civil defence brigade, with arms supplied by the government (see reference below to requisitioning). Fortunately for the Magallanes colony, the civil war there never came to blows.----------------------------------------------------------
  2. [S1683] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: South Atlantic. Falkland Islands. Roy Cove. MARRIAGES Certificate.,
    Repository: Register General's Office,
    Citation Detail: Record for MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER DOOLAN to HANNAH ELIZABETH BIGGS, 2 Jun 1882
    Marriage-Doolan-Michael-Christopher-Biggs-Hannah-1882-06-02-Certificate.jpg

Bartholomew Dowling1

M, #4027, d. after 1842

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Bartholomew Dowling died after 1842.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Bartholomew Dowling had reference number 4027.

Narrative

The first edition of 'The Nation' was published on 15th October 1842....

There has never been published in this, or any other country, a journal, which was imbued with higher ideals of nationality, which attracted such a brilliant band of writers in prose and verse, which inspired such widespread enthusiasm, or which exercised a greater influence over al classes of its readers, which after a time included every section of the community.

The Nation preached a nobler and more self-sacrificing Gospel of Nationality than Irishmen and women had been accustomed to hear for many years.

It sought, not only to disinfect the political life of the country, but to raise the whole standard of national self- respect based on the inalienable right of people to guard their own destinies; to inculcate a sentiment of pride in Ireland and everything Irish -in our history, legends, language and literature; in our music and in our art; in our magnificent contributions to the culture and civilisation of other countries; in our sacred ruins scattered throughout the land and in lonely islands off our coasts, silently preaching silent sermons on Irish sanctity, learning and foreign rapacity; in our heroic struggle for Freedom throughout the ages; in the brilliant achievements of our soldiers on the continent of Europe and in America, where they helped the oppressed colonists to achieve their independence - and it strove to regenerate the motherland intellectually, spiritually, socially and nationally.

The Nation was a great educational agency - the greatest that ever was conducted from a newspaper office in Ireland. "It wound itself into the fibre of the Irish heart" - quote Sir Charles Gavan Duffy - one of the three founders of the Nation - "The poor peasants clubbed their pence that they might hear on their only day of rest what they could do for the Cause; the young tradesmen to whom it had become almost as necessary as their daily bread, clung to it. The Conservative students enjoyed it as a stolen pleasure, trembling to be caught in an act of Patriotism; the Irish exiles in England or France, or felling forests in Canada, or digging railways in the Western Republic, who still longed like their predecessors two generations earlier, to hear, 'how was old Ireland, and how did she stand'; the poor Irish soldier who stole into q secret place with his treasure; the young priest who judged it with his own brain and conscience, not by the word of command, cherished it the more for the dangers that it ran"

In inspiring prose and soul-stirring verse the great epic events in Ireland's history and distinguished Irish people who had achieved fame in all walks of life - saints, sculptors, authors, scholars, national leaders, martyrs, dramatists, novelists, orators and wits were made familiar to Irish people.

Irish antiquities were invested with a new interest. Crumbling shrines were once more filed with holy men and saintly women and the clash of arms and fierce battle cries were heard again on many battlefields long since the graveyards of brave men - of savage Viking, of armoured knight and of Irish gallowglass. Cairns, beehive cells, cromlechs, Ogham stones and battered castles took on new meaning. Irish history became a fascinating romance, with some dark episodes of foreign tyranny and native treachery.

The nobility of sacrifice in the national interest was preached as a cardinal virtue. The slave mind and the anti-Irish Irishman were held up to contempt and the responsibility of our countrymen for their own enslavement emphasised.

The right to nationhood of a people long submerged industrially, commercially, politically and socially was boldly proclaimed, and the crimes and intrigues of the invader exposed. At the same time, it was pointed out that the people should make themselves fit for freedom, and that they had duties to discharge, one to the other, and all to the nation, as well as rights to gain. Every phase of Irish life was critically examined and remedies suggested where weaknesses were revealed.

Above all, the Nation brought a message of hope and encouragement to the Irish, taught them self reliance, gave them a higher conception of nationality and urged union of all Irishmen - Catholic, Protestant, Dissenter, Orangeman and Repealer - in order to achieve definite national objectives.

It is not surprising that a paper of such a character should make an earnest appeal to thinking Irishmen and women who had not lost all sense of national self-respect; and that it's appearance wach week should be looked forward to with keenest interest in all parts of the country, and that its influence should be felt in the castle and in the cottage.

Barry O'Brien biographer of Parnell and of Lord Russell of Killowen stated that "The articles in prose and verse revealed fervent, well informed and high minded patriotism which captivated Ireland. They recalled memories which made our people proud of their country and filled them with detestation of the power which had destroyed its freedom"

Lecky in his 'Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland' wrote, "The Nation enthusiastically supported it (the doctrine of Nationality), and great efforts were made to revive, or strengthen, everything distinctive in Irish Nationality. The old names, which had been anglicised or forgotten, were restored. Irish history, traditions and antiquities were much studied. Historical associations connected with different localities were collected. Davis ardently threw himself into the movement for teaching and diffusing the Irish language."

T.W. Rolleston in his Treasury of Irish Poetry said" The Nation poets, inspired, almost recreated, Ireland; and their work still continues to inspire Irishmen all over the world with its Nationalising spirit. It became impossible after the songs of the Nation were collected and published, for England or Europe ot America to either forget or ignore the passion for Nationality in the hearts of the Irish.

A.M. Sullivan wrote:
"It was not a newspaper so much as a great popular educator - a counsellor and guide. Its office a sort of bureau of national affairs, political, literary, industrial and artistic, its editorial room was the rendezvous of the 'youthful enthusiasts' as the older school of politicians called them: orators, poets, writers, artists.

The founders of the Nation were three young men - two of whom were Catholics and one a Protestant, but all free from the slightest taint of bigotry and anxious to unite all creeds and classes for the country's welfare. They were Charles Gavan Duffy who became editor; Thomas Osborne Davis and John Blake Dillon.

The contributors in addition to the founders included
Clarence Mangan, Denis Florence McCarthy, Father C. P. Meehan, Father John Kenyon, Thomas Francis Meagher, William Smith O'Brien M.P., William Carleton, Denny Lane, Thomas MacNevin, John Mitchel, Richard Dalton Williams, Michael Doheny, Martin MacDermott, John Thomas campion, Thomas D'Arcy Mcgee, John O'Hagan, Michael Joseph Barry, Michael Joseph McCann, John Kells Ingram, Edward Walsh, John Keegan, William Drennan, John Cashel Hoey, Dr. R. R. Madden, James Fintan Lalor, Father P. O'Brien Davern, James McBurney, Thomas Devin Reilly, John Edward Pigot, Arthur Gerald Geoghegan, John Fisher Murray, John Walsh, J.D. Frazer, William Pembroke Mulchinock, John Cornelius O'callaghan, W. J. O'Neill Daunt, Bartholomew Dowling, Hugh Harkin, K.T. Buggy, Charles Kickham, Dr. Robert Dwyer Joyce, Terence Macmahon Hughes, And others....

O'Donovan and O'Curry the Irish scholars became subscribers to the journals from the start and co operated with Davis in presenting to the public the correct spelling of Irish names which had been changed.

Samuel Ferguson who founded the Protestant Repeal Association came to sympathise with the aims of the journal. William Elliot Hudson provided suitable airs for a number of the lyrics from the Nation when they were published in book form.

Women also contributed:
Jane Francesca Elgee: Lady Wilde (mother of Oscar Wilde), Elizabeth Willoughby Treacy, Mary Eva Kelly, Ellen Mary Patrick Downing.

Citations

  1. [S707] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling.,
    Citation Detail: From: Jane Lyons [mailto:email address]; Sent: 22 June 2000 12:28; To: email address; Subject: The Nation 2) From: Jane Lyons [mailto:email address]; Sent: 22 June 2000 12:25; To: email address; Subject: Founders & Contributers,
    Citation Text: 22-Jun-2000:-

Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling

M, #4032, b. 8 November 1908, d. 1968

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Phyllis Althea Mann (b. about 1908, d. DECEASED)

  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling was born on 8 November 1908.
  • Death: He died in 1968, at age ~60, in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.

Other Facts

  • Occupation: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling was an Army Major - Royal Scots Greys.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 4032.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Dowling [mailto:mikedowling@surfbvi.com]
Sent: 24 June 2000 14:49
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: The Dowlings

Hi Brian,

Thankyou for your reply regarding the Dowling's tartan, hope your computer is behaving itself.

I found the Leinster tartan but cannot remember on which web site. I am searching again and will let you know as soon as I find it. The tartan shown below is remarkably like the one you suggested for the family. I would be interested in pursuing a tartan of our family, if I can be of any help let me know. (sent with this e-mail were graphics of: The Leinster Tartan, The Laios Leek Tartan, The Offaly Tartan.)

Hope these are of interest to you.

As far as my personal family history is concerned, its very vague and probably a lost cause. My farther Archibald Dowling was born 1908. His mother Mable Dowling married my grandfather of whom I do not know his name, the only thing I know about him is that he was a Major in the Royal Scots Greys, he is I think the missing link to some very interesting history.

If it helps here is the break down of my immediate family history;

Me: Michael John Dowling, born Reading Berkshire 03/11/51
Sisters: Sylvia, Eileen and Janet, birthdates unknown, all born Reading, Berkshire.
Father: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling, born 08/11/1908, birthplace unknown. (deceased 1968, Cambridge, England)
Mother: Phyllis Althea Dowling (ne- Mann), birthdate unknown, probably born Reading, Berkshire.
Grandmother: Mable Dowling, birthdate and place unknown, died Reading 1962?
Grandfather: Unknown

That's all I know, its not much to go on but any help or suggestions would be appreciated. regards - Michael Dowling.

Phyllis Althea Mann

F, #4033, b. about 1908, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling (b. 8 November 1908, d. 1968)

  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Phyllis Althea Mann was born about 1908 in Reading, Berkshire, England.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Phyllis Althea Mann had reference number 4033.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Dowling [mailto:mikedowling@surfbvi.com]
Sent: 24 June 2000 14:49
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: The Dowlings

Hi Brian,

Thankyou for your reply regarding the Dowling's tartan, hope your computer is behaving itself.

I found the Leinster tartan but cannot remember on which web site. I am searching again and will let you know as soon as I find it. The tartan shown below is remarkably like the one you suggested for the family. I would be interested in pursuing a tartan of our family, if I can be of any help let me know. (sent with this e-mail were graphics of: The Leinster Tartan, The Laios Leek Tartan, The Offaly Tartan.)

Hope these are of interest to you.

As far as my personal family history is concerned, its very vague and probably a lost cause. My farther Archibald Dowling was born 1908. His mother Mable Dowling married my grandfather of whom I do not know his name, the only thing I know about him is that he was a Major in the Royal Scots Greys, he is I think the missing link to some very interesting history.

If it helps here is the break down of my immediate family history;

Me: Michael John Dowling, born Reading Berkshire 03/11/51
Sisters: Sylvia, Eileen and Janet, birthdates unknown, all born Reading, Berkshire.
Father: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling, born 08/11/1908, birthplace unknown. (deceased 1968, Cambridge, England)
Mother: Phyllis Althea Dowling (ne- Mann), birthdate unknown, probably born Reading, Berkshire.
Grandmother: Mable Dowling, birthdate and place unknown, died Reading 1962?
Grandfather: Unknown

That's all I know, its not much to go on but any help or suggestions would be appreciated. regards - Michael Dowling.

Mable

F, #4034, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Dowling (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mable died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mable had reference number 4034.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Dowling [mailto:mikedowling@surfbvi.com]
Sent: 24 June 2000 14:49
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: The Dowlings

Hi Brian,

Thankyou for your reply regarding the Dowling's tartan, hope your computer is behaving itself.

I found the Leinster tartan but cannot remember on which web site. I am searching again and will let you know as soon as I find it. The tartan shown below is remarkably like the one you suggested for the family. I would be interested in pursuing a tartan of our family, if I can be of any help let me know. (sent with this e-mail were graphics of: The Leinster Tartan, The Laios Leek Tartan, The Offaly Tartan.)

Hope these are of interest to you.

As far as my personal family history is concerned, its very vague and probably a lost cause. My farther Archibald Dowling was born 1908. His mother Mable Dowling married my grandfather of whom I do not know his name, the only thing I know about him is that he was a Major in the Royal Scots Greys, he is I think the missing link to some very interesting history.

If it helps here is the break down of my immediate family history;

Me: Michael John Dowling, born Reading Berkshire 03/11/51
Sisters: Sylvia, Eileen and Janet, birthdates unknown, all born Reading, Berkshire.
Father: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling, born 08/11/1908, birthplace unknown. (deceased 1968, Cambridge, England)
Mother: Phyllis Althea Dowling (ne- Mann), birthdate unknown, probably born Reading, Berkshire.
Grandmother: Mable Dowling, birthdate and place unknown, died Reading 1962?
Grandfather: Unknown

That's all I know, its not much to go on but any help or suggestions would be appreciated. regards - Michael Dowling.

Dowling

M, #4035, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Mable (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Dowling died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Dowling had reference number 4035.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Dowling [mailto:mikedowling@surfbvi.com]
Sent: 24 June 2000 14:49
To: Brian Dowling
Subject: The Dowlings

Hi Brian,

Thankyou for your reply regarding the Dowling's tartan, hope your computer is behaving itself.

I found the Leinster tartan but cannot remember on which web site. I am searching again and will let you know as soon as I find it. The tartan shown below is remarkably like the one you suggested for the family. I would be interested in pursuing a tartan of our family, if I can be of any help let me know. (sent with this e-mail were graphics of: The Leinster Tartan, The Laios Leek Tartan, The Offaly Tartan.)

Hope these are of interest to you.

As far as my personal family history is concerned, its very vague and probably a lost cause. My farther Archibald Dowling was born 1908. His mother Mable Dowling married my grandfather of whom I do not know his name, the only thing I know about him is that he was a Major in the Royal Scots Greys, he is I think the missing link to some very interesting history.

If it helps here is the break down of my immediate family history;

Me: Michael John Dowling, born Reading Berkshire 03/11/51
Sisters: Sylvia, Eileen and Janet, birthdates unknown, all born Reading, Berkshire.
Father: Archibald Albert Frederick Dowling, born 08/11/1908, birthplace unknown. (deceased 1968, Cambridge, England)
Mother: Phyllis Althea Dowling (ne- Mann), birthdate unknown, probably born Reading, Berkshire.
Grandmother: Mable Dowling, birthdate and place unknown, died Reading 1962?
Grandfather: Unknown

That's all I know, its not much to go on but any help or suggestions would be appreciated. regards - Michael Dowling.

Joseph Dowling1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, #4036, b. 20 October 1910, d. 23 January 1973

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Eleanor E Tunbull (d. DECEASED)

  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Joseph Dowling was born on 20 October 1910 in Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England, Farnley Crescent.1,2,3,4
  • Marriage: He and Eleanor E Tunbull were married between July and September 1942 in Northumberland, England, Index: Northumberland South - 1942 Jul-Sep Volume 10b Page 673.7
  • Death: He died on 23 January 1973, at age 62, in Barnet, London, England, Age: 62; Index: Barnet - 1973 Mar Volume 5a Page 206.3,6

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Joseph Dowling had reference number 4036.
  • Residence: He resided in Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England, on 2 April 1911 18 Farnley Crescent, Armley & Bramley, West Riding.1
  • Census: He was enumerated on the census of 1911 in Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England.1
  • Occupation: He was a School Teacher; Part-time ARP [Air Raid Precautions] First Aid Post Finchley in Finchley, Barnet, London, England, on 29 September 1939.4
  • Residence: He resided in Finchley, Barnet, London, England, on 29 September 1939 Finchley (Roman Catholic) Grammer School, Woodside Lane N. 12.4
  • Census: He was enumerated on the census of 1939 in Finchley, Barnet, London, England.4
  • Residence: He resided in Durham, England, in 1943.8
  • Residence: He resided in Lambeth, London, England, between 1947 and 1950.9,10
  • Residence: He resided in Barnet, London, England, between 1964 and 23 January 1973 164 Nether Street, N3.5,6
  • Probate: The estate of Joseph Dowling was probated on 4 June 1973 in London, England, Estate £23,701.6

Citations

  1. [S742] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: 1911 census of England. Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. Digital images. Find My Past. https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBC/1911/RG14/08889/0439&parentid=GBC/1911/RG14/08889/0439/1 : 2019.,
    Repository: www.ancestry.co.uk,
    Citation Detail: Class: RG14; Piece: 26893,
    Citation Text: Record for James Dowling
    Census-1911-ENG-Dowling-James-01.jpg
  2. [S1334] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling-One-Name-Study. Privately held by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-), St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.

    email address,
    Citation Text: ------------------------ Original Message to Michael Dowling------------------
    From: "Judith Dowling"
    To: "Mike Dowling"
    Sent: Monday, May 15, 2000 5:50 PM
    Subject: Father of Archibald Dowling

    Dear Mike,

    Thanks for your e-mail. I don't think I can help you. My father, Joseph Dowling, was born in Leeds in 1910, one of 6 children of whom only 5 survived infancy. His father was James Dowling born 1875 near Abbeyleix, Co. Laois and his mother was Margaret McEvoy born 1875 near Portlaois, Co. Laois. Joseph's grandparents were William and Ann Dowling, date of births unknown but thought to be about 1840. And that is all I know, apart from the names of Joseph's and James's siblings. The names Archibald and Michael
    do not appear in my family. By the way, I was born in London (Lambeth) in 1950.
    Bye...........Jude
  3. [S954] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: General Register Office. ;England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes ;. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Joseph Dowling
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007 - Joseph Dowling
  4. [S1294] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: 1939 Register (Series RG101), The National Archives, Kew, London, England.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: The National Archives; Kew, London, England; 1939 Register; Reference: RG 101/764D,
    Citation Text: Record for Joseph Dowling
    Census-1939-ENG-Dowling-Joseph-01.jpg
  5. [S1024] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: <i>Electoral Registers</i>. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives. <p>Images produced by permission of the City of London Corporation Libraries, Archives and Guildhall Art Gallery Department. The City of London gives no warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or fitness for the purpose of the information provided. Images may be used only for purposes of research, private study or education. Applications for any other use should be made to the City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London EC2P 2EJ. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action.

    ;
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Joseph Dowling
    London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965 - Joseph Dowling
  6. [S753] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: Principal Probate Registry, Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England, London, England © Crown copyright.,
    Repository: www.ancestry.co.uk,
    Citation Text: Record for Joseph Dowling
    England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995 - Joseph Dowling
  7. [S952] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: General Register Office. ;England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes ;. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Joseph Dowling
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005 - Joseph Dowling
  8. [S409] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: General Register Office, England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, London, England: General Register Office,
    Repository: www.ancestry.co.uk,
    Citation Detail: General Register Office; United Kingdom; Reference: Volume 10a, Page 439,
    Citation Text: Record for Margaret J Dowling
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1916-2007 - Margaret J Dowling
  9. [S409] SOURCE (Short): Ancestry.com, Title: England & Wales, Birth Index: 1984-2005, Citation Detail: General Register Office; United Kingdom; Reference: Volume 5c, Page 2344
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Birth Index, 1916-2007 - Elizabeth A Dowling
  10. [S409] SOURCE (Short): Ancestry.com, Title: England & Wales, Birth Index: 1984-2005, Citation Detail: General Register Office; United Kingdom; Reference: Volume 5c, Page 1756
    Mary E Dowling - England & Wales, Birth Index: 1916-2005

Margaret Bridget McEvoy1,2

F, #4038, b. 6 September 1875, d. 24 April 1916

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: James Dowling (b. 15 October 1875, d. 1 January 1945)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Margaret Bridget McEvoy was born on 6 September 1875 in Rathnamanagh, Boris, Laois, Ireland, Maryborough, Queen's County "(Resident)."3
  • Marriage: She and James Dowling were married between January and March 1904 in Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, Index: Bramley - 1904 Jan-Mar Volume 9b Page 447.3,1,4
  • Death: She died on 24 April 1916, at age 40, Age: 40.2
  • Burial: She was buried after 24 April 1916 in Killingbeck, Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England, Killingbeck Roman Catholic Cemetery.2

Other Facts

  • Name: Margaret Bridget McEvoy was also known as Margaret Dowling.3
  • Name: She was also known as Margaret McEvoy.5
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 4038.
  • Residence: She resided in Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England, on 2 April 1911 18 Farnley Crescent, Armley & Bramley, West Riding.3
  • Census: She was enumerated on the census of 1911 in Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England.3

Citations

  1. [S971] SOURCE: (Full): FreeBMD,
    Source Combined Fields: General Register Office. ;England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes ;. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Database Copyright © 1998-2003 Graham Hart, Ben Laurie, Camilla von Massenbach and David Mayall.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Margaret Bridget McEvoy
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1837-1915 - Margaret Bridget McEvoy
  2. [S868] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: <i>Find A Grave</i>. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for James Dowling
    Grave-Dowling-James-1875-1945-ENG-Yorkshire-Leeds
  3. [S742] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: 1911 census of England. Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. Digital images. Find My Past. https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=GBC/1911/RG14/08889/0439&parentid=GBC/1911/RG14/08889/0439/1 : 2019.,
    Repository: www.ancestry.co.uk,
    Citation Detail: Class: RG14; Piece: 26893,
    Citation Text: Record for James Dowling
    Census-1911-ENG-Dowling-James-01.jpg
  4. [S952] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: General Register Office. ;England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes ;. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office for National Statistics. You must not copy on, transfer or reproduce records without the prior permission of ONS. Indexes created by the General Register Office, in London, England.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Text: Record for Alice Ward
    England & Wales, Civil Registration Marriage Index, 1916-2005 - Alice Ward
  5. [S1334] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling-One-Name-Study. Privately held by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-), St Albans, Hertfordshire, England.

    email address,
    Citation Text: ------------------------ Original Message to Michael Dowling------------------
    From: "Judith Dowling"
    To: "Mike Dowling"
    Sent: Monday, May 15, 2000 5:50 PM
    Subject: Father of Archibald Dowling

    Dear Mike,

    Thanks for your e-mail. I don't think I can help you. My father, Joseph Dowling, was born in Leeds in 1910, one of 6 children of whom only 5 survived infancy. His father was James Dowling born 1875 near Abbeyleix, Co. Laois and his mother was Margaret McEvoy born 1875 near Portlaois, Co. Laois. Joseph's grandparents were William and Ann Dowling, date of births unknown but thought to be about 1840. And that is all I know, apart from the names of Joseph's and James's siblings. The names Archibald and Michael
    do not appear in my family. By the way, I was born in London (Lambeth) in 1950.
    Bye...........Jude

Michael Dowling1

M, #4040, b. October 1884, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Michael Dowling was born in October 1884 in Killabban, Ballyadams, Laois, Ireland, Gurtahile ? Gortahile.
  • Birth: He was born in 1885 in Laois, IrelandG.1
  • Marriage: He and Ellen Dooley were married in April 1910 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Michael Dowling had reference number 4040.
  • Residence: He resided in Killabban, Ballyadams, Laois, Ireland, on 31 March 1901 House 13 Gortahile, Ardough, Queen's County.1
  • Census: He was enumerated on the census of 1901 in Killabban, Ballyadams, Laois, Ireland.1
  • Occupation: He was an Agricultural Labourer in Killabban, Ballyadams, Laois, Ireland, on 31 March 1901.1
  • Religious Affiliation: He was affiliated with Roman Catholic on 31 March 1901 in Laois, IrelandG.1
  • Education: He was educated in Laois, IrelandG, on 31 March 1901 Read & Write.1

Narrative

--------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
-------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com.

Citations

  1. [S782] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1901 census of Ireland. LAOIS --[NAI]--. Digital images. National Archives of Ireland Genealogy Website. www.census-nationalarchives.ie : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Record for DOWLING, LAWRENCE household of house 13 Gortahile, Ardough, Queens,
    Citation Text: 2013:-

Mary Moore1

F, #4041, b. before 1854, d. before 31 March 1901

Parents

Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Lawrence Dowling (b. 1831, d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Moore was born before 1854.
  • Marriage: She and Lawrence Dowling were married on 7 February 1869 in Ballylynan, Killabban, Laois, Ireland, Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue. Registration in Carlow: Index: Volume 3 Page: 444. FHL Film Number 101251.2
  • Death: She died before 31 March 1901.3

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Moore had reference number 4041.
  • Residence: She resided in Ardough, Laois, Ireland, before 1869 Ardateggle/Killabban, Queen's County.

Narrative

-------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen.

Citations

  1. [S964] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: <i>Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620–1911</i>. ;Index. Salt Lake City, Utah: Family Search.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for William Dowling
  2. [S762] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Repository: www.ancestry.co.uk,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Lawrence Dowling
  3. [S782] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1901 census of Ireland. LAOIS --[NAI]--. Digital images. National Archives of Ireland Genealogy Website. www.census-nationalarchives.ie : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Record for DOWLING, LAWRENCE household of house 13 Gortahile, Ardough, Queens,
    Citation Text: 2013:-

William Dowling1

M, #4042, d. DECEASED
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : Farming
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Anne Brown (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: William Dowling died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Name: William Dowling was also known as William Dooling.2
  • Name: He was also known as William Dooling.3
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 4042.
  • Occupation: He was a Labourer before 13 September 1864.3
  • Occupation: He was a Farmer before 30 November 1865.1
  • Occupation: He was a Farmer before 6 February 1868.2

Narrative

--------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen
-------------------------------Original Message------------------------------
From: Naughtonmaureen@cs.com [mailto:Naughtonmaureen@cs.com]
Sent: 31 December 2000 06:12
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Dowling, Moore, Dooley, Walsh

Hi, List. Just want to post my interests.

LAWRENCE DOWLING, born in 1831, son of WILLIAM DOWLING and ANNE BROWN married
MARY MOORE, daughter of JOHN MOORE.

Children born in Gurtahile: JOHN 1872, THOMAS 1875, ANNE 1876, ANASTASIA
1878, twins MICHAEL and MARGARET 1884, JAMES 1886.

MICHAEL married ELLEN DOOLEY, daughter of PATRICK DOOLEY and CATHERINE WALSH,
born in Turrow in 1881. They married in 1910 in New York. Apparently,
CATHERINE WALSH's first husband was a JOHN MOORE. Their children that were
born in Turrow were: PATRICK 1863, ELLEN 1864, MARY 1865, BRIDGET 1867,
THOMAS 1869, JAMES 1870, MARTIN 1872.

If these names ring a bell to anyone, please let me know. Happy Holidays! Maureen NaughtonMaureen@cs.com.

Citations

  1. [S2734] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Roman Catholic Church (Ireland, Laois, DOONANE BALLICKMOYLER --[RI]--). "Ireland Roman Catholic Parish MARRIAGES 1815-1899 Transcripts".

    © 2019 Copyright Irish Midlands Ancestry (Laois + Offaly); Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, County of Laois ; Variant forms of parish name: Mayo, Doonane, Tolerton;
    Microfilm 04190/07: Marriages: 25 May 1843 to 2 Sep 1877
    Microfilm 04190/09: Marriages: 14 Feb 1878 to 1881
    Transcripts: 1815 to 1899
    Includes Killabbam,
    Repository: www.rootsireland.ie - Irish Family History Foundation [RI],
    Citation Detail: Marriage of DOOLING, JOHN to ANNE McDERMOTT in Ballyickmoyler parish (Doonane),
    Citation Text: 21-Feb-2020:- 30-Nov-1865; John, 24 labourer, bachelor of Gurtakile and of father farmer William; Anne, 23 labourer, spinster of Gurtakile and of father farmer James ; Witnesses: Michl Dooling & Mary Brown ALSO DUPLICATE ENTRY with Anne Dermott of Gurtha; at http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie/view_detail.php?recordid=4200342&type=mch&recordCentre=laoisoffaly&page=57
    Map-IRL-Laois-Doonane-Mayo-RC-Parish
  2. [S2734] SOURCE (Short):, Title: Roman Catholic Church (Ireland, Laois, DOONANE BALLICKMOYLER --[RI]--), "Ireland Roman Catholic Parish MARRIAGES 1815-1899 Transcripts", Citation Detail: Marriage of DOOLING, THOMAS to BRIDGET KINSELLA in Ballyickmoyler Doonane parish
    Map-IRL-Laois-Doonane-Mayo-RC-Parish
  3. [S2734] SOURCE (Short):, Title: Roman Catholic Church (Ireland, Laois, DOONANE BALLICKMOYLER --[RI]--), "Ireland Roman Catholic Parish MARRIAGES 1815-1899 Transcripts", Citation Detail: Marriage of NOLAN, STEPHEN to ANASTATIA DOOLING in Ballyickmoyler [Ballichmoyler] in Doonane parish
    Map-IRL-Laois-Doonane-Mayo-RC-Parish

John Moore

M, #4043, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family:

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: John Moore died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: John Moore had reference number 4043.

Narrative

--------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen.

William Dowling1

M, #4044, b. 29 May 1870, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: William Dowling was born on 29 May 1870 in Ballickmoyler, Killabban, Laois, Ireland, Gurtahile Village. FHL Film Number 101207.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: William Dowling had reference number 4044.
  • Baptism: He was baptised after 29 May 1870 in Ballickmoyler, Killabban, Laois, Ireland.1

Narrative

--------------------------Original Message----------------------------
From: MaNaughton@aol.com [mailto:MaNaughton@aol.com]
Sent: 28 June 2000 19:19
To: IRL-LEIX-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [LEIX] Surnames: Dowling and Moore

Hello. I'm new to the list and would like to post my interests. My gr-grandfather, Michael Dowling, was born in Ireland (possibly in Queens Co.) on September 27, 1884 or 1885. His parents were Lawrence Dowling (son of William Dowling) and Mary Moore (daughter of John Moore). I was able to locate their marriage certificate. They were married on Feb. 7, 1869 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Graigue in the district of Carlow in Queens Co. He resided in Gurtahile and she resided in Ardategle. I was able to locate a birth entry for one of Michael's siblings in the district of Ballickmoyler:
William Dowling born May 29, 1870 in Gurtahile. If any of these names ring a bell, I would love to hear from you. I also would appreciate it if someone would be able to tell me anything about the place names I mentioned. Thanks in advance. --- Maureen

-----Original Message-----
From: hiflyte [mailto:hiflyte@telus.net] Sent: 25 November 2003 03:40
To: IRL-LAOIS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [LAOIS] Doolings in Queens

Eddy,
REF; BIVRI #2 disks from LDS
Here are the births from Ballickmoyler in Queens. None are your names or dates but may give a lead to other members of the family. Also includes the Dowling name, which is picked up by the program. Hope it helps you with your research. Bob Cdn.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
DOWLING, William Birth
Gender; Male. Birth Date; 29 May 1870. Birthplace; 508, Ballickmoyler, Queens, Ire
Recorded in; Queens, Ireland Collection; Civil Registration
Father; Laurence DOWLING Mother; Mary MOORE
Source; FHL Film 101207 Dates; 1870 - 1871.

Citations

  1. [S964] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: <i>Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620–1911</i>. ;Index. Salt Lake City, Utah: Family Search.,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for William Dowling

Thomas Dowling

M, #4045, b. about 1815, d. about 1851
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Levisa Leek Dunn (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Thomas Dowling was born about 1815 in Westmeath, Ireland.
  • Marriage: He and Levisa Leek Dunn were married on 12 January 1843 in East Chicakmauga, Walker County, (Catoosa), Georgia, USA.
  • Death: He died about 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker County, Georgia, USA.

Other Facts

  • Name: Thomas Dowling was also known as Dowling Dowling.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number D1N:3421.

Narrative

---------------------Website: http://www.angelfire.com/ga2/tncoultel -------------------

DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

Email: lcoultel@bellsouth.net.

Levisa Leek Dunn

F, #4046, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

Families

Family 1: McLain (d. DECEASED)

Family 2: Thomas Dowling (b. about 1815, d. about 1851)





Person Exhibits

Portrait-Dunn-Levisa-Leek-01.jpg
Photo-Dunn-Levisa-Leek-02.jpg
PhotoGroup-Dowling-John-Dunn-Levisa-Leek-McLain01.jpg

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Marriage: Levisa Leek Dunn and Thomas Dowling were married on 12 January 1843 in East Chicakmauga, Walker County, (Catoosa), Georgia, USA.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Levisa Leek Dunn had reference number D1N:3422.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

---------------------Website: http://www.angelfire.com/ga2/tncoultel -------------------

DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

Email: lcoultel@bellsouth.net.

Moses Dunn

M, #4047, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Mary Peeler (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Moses Dunn died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Moses Dunn had reference number 4047.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

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DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

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Mary Peeler

F, #4048, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Moses Dunn (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary Peeler died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Peeler had reference number 4048.

Narrative

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DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

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Mary Ann Dowling

F, #4049, b. about 1844, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Mary Ann Dowling was born about 1844 in Catoosa County, Georgia, USAG.
  • Marriage: She and Alexander Cox were married on 26 February 1867.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Ann Dowling had reference number D1N:3425.

Narrative

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DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

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Alexander Cox

M, #4050, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Marriage: Alexander Cox and Mary Ann Dowling were married on 26 February 1867.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Alexander Cox had reference number D1N:3426.

Narrative

[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

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DOWLING
Descendants of Thomas Dowling

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS DOWLING was born Abt. 1815 in West Meath, Ireland, and died Abt. 1851 in Copeland Cross, Walker Co., GA. He married LEVISA LEEK DUNN January 12, 1843 in E. Chicakmauga, Walker Co., (now Catoosa) GA, daughter of MOSES DUNN and MARY PEELER.

Children of THOMAS DOWLING and LEVISA DUNN are:

i. MARY ANN DOWLING, b. Abt. 1844, Catoosa Co., GA; m. ALEXANDER COX, February 26, 1867. ii. JOHN DOWLING DOWLING, b. December 04, 1845, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. May 29, 1937, Rome, Floyd Co., Ga.

Notes for JOHN DOWLING DOWLING:

Enlisted in Company E.1st Confederate Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, at Fort Gaines garrison. In January 1864, he took part in the battle of Rocky Face and went through the Atlanta campaign. He was in the battle of Franklin, and was by the side of Colonel Smith when he fell. He was among the few who went over the breastworks in the charge. He went between the lines to rescue his company's colors. Three had fallen in the attempt. He was in the battle of Nashville and was captured December 16, 1864, sent to Camp Douglas, IL., and was released June, 1865.

Taken from History of Catoosa County

"Another prominent family in Dogwood Valley were the Dowlings, from which John D. Dowling came. His mother twice married and by her second husband she became the mother of Joe and Charlie McClain. Joe was long a merchant in Ringgold. The old Dowling house is still standing in good repair. In the 1850 census of East Chickamauga Vallies we find this peculiar name: Dowling Dowling, age 35, native of Ireland and wife, Mary, 25, from South Carolina, they listed three children, Mary E., age 7, John, age 4, and Catherine, age 2. They must have been the parents of John D. Dowling. Likely his name was John Dowling Dowling. Mr. Dowling never married and lived there with his mother as long as she lived."

2. iii. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING, b. July 30, 1848, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. January 27, 1888, Catoosa Co., GA. iv. ELIZABETH OCTAVIA DOWLING, b. December 02, 1850, Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA; d. November 06, 1925, Tunnel Hill, Whitfield Co., GA.

Generation No. 2

2. CATHERINE MARGARET DOWLING (THOMAS) was born July 30, 1848 in Ringgold, Walker Co. (now Catoosa) GA, and died January 27, 1888 in Catoosa Co., GA. She married (1) RUFUS MORRIS. She married (2) J. A. R. HANKS February 07, 1869 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA.

Children of CATHERINE DOWLING and RUFUS MORRIS are: i. LILLIE D. MORRIS. ii. ELBERT MORRIS. iii. MAMIE G. MORRIS. iv. ESSIE K. MORRIS. vi. MARTHA CALDWELL.

Email: lcoultel@bellsouth.net.