DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY

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Martin Dowling

M, #1556, b. about 1800, d. DECEASED
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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Martin Dowling was born about 1800 in Kilkenny, Ireland.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Occupation: Martin Dowling was a Stonemason.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 1556.

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[Dowling One Name Master.FTW]

Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling
-----Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 01 November 2000 23:29
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin Dowling, born Ireland 1800s

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin Dowling, born Ireland 1800s.

I am seeking info on two Martin Dowlings: Martin Joseph Dowling b. 1824 in Ireland: Martin Dowling (his father) born around 1800 probably in Kilkenny. Both were stonemasons. MJ Dowling moved to Preston and married Christina Kenyon there in 1845.

The entry was posted by: mark.dowling@ic24.net
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Martin Joseph Dowling

M, #1557, b. about 1820, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Martin Joseph Dowling was born about 1820.
  • Marriage: He and Christina Kenyon were married on 10 May 1845 in Preston, Lancashire, EnglandG, Wilfred's Chapel.
  • Marriage: He and were married on 10 May 1845 in Preston, Lancashire, EnglandG, Wilfred's Chapel.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Occupation: Martin Joseph Dowling was a Stonemason.
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 1557.

Narrative

Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling
-----Original Message-----
From: Local Names [mailto:webmaster@names.local.ie]
Sent: 01 November 2000 23:29
To: brian@dowling.f9.co.uk
Subject: Dowling - Martin Dowling, born Ireland 1800s

A new message has been added to Dowling re: Martin Dowling, born Ireland 1800s.

I am seeking info on two Martin Dowlings: Martin Joseph Dowling b. 1824 in Ireland: Martin Dowling (his father) born around 1800 probably in Kilkenny. Both were stonemasons. MJ Dowling moved to Preston and married Christina Kenyon there in 1845.

The entry was posted by: mark.dowling@ic24.net
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Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling.

Christina Kenyon

F, #1558, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Marriage: Christina Kenyon and Martin Joseph Dowling were married on 10 May 1845 in Preston, Lancashire, EnglandG, Wilfred's Chapel.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Christina Kenyon had reference number 1558.

Narrative

R e: Dowlings in England
Posted by Roger Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 00:37:06:
E-mail: rogerdowling@hotmail.com
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on April 05, 1998 at 15:02:07:

Dear Alison
I see that you have identified a Dowling in Lancashire. We have a great-great-great-grandfather Martin Dowling (b. around 1800) and a great-great-grandfather Martin Joseph Dowling (b. around 1820). Both have close links with Preston, Lancs. The latter was married at St Wilfrid's Chapel, Preston on 10 May 1845. Any connection? Any other Dowling information would be helpful, particularly in Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Hull and Leeds areas.
Kind regards
Roger Dowling.

James Dowling1,2,3,4

M, #1559, b. 25 November 1787, d. 27 September 1844

Parents

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Family

Family: Maria Sheen (b. 8 June 1785, d. 21 August 1834)





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BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: James Dowling was born on 25 November 1787 in Strand, Westminster, London, England, Exeter Court.1,4
  • Marriage: He and Maria Sheen were married on 3 September 1814 in St Pancras, Camden, London, England, Old Church.
  • Marriage: He and Harriott Mary Blaxland were married on 1 September 1835 in Parramatta, New South Wales, AustraliaG, St. John's Church.4
  • Death: He died on 27 September 1844, at age 56, in Brougham Place, Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.1,4
  • Burial: He was buried in 1844 in Waverley Cemetery, Sydney, Australia, Dowling Family Vault.

Other Facts

  • Name: James Dowling was also known as Sir James Dowling.5,4
  • Reference Number: He had reference number 1559.
  • Title: He held the title Sir.3
  • Education: He was educated in Hammersmith, Hammersmith & Fulham, London, England, on 14 April 1802 St. Paul's School.4
  • Occupation: He was a Newspaper reporter journalist in the Houses of Parliament in London, EnglandG, before 1815.4
  • Education: He was educated in London, EnglandG, on 5 May 1815 Called to bar; Middle Temple.4
  • Occupation: He was a Barrister on 5 May 1815.
  • Occupation: He was a Judge Supreme Court New South Wales, Australia; Puisne in New South Wales, AustraliaG, on 6 August 1827.5,4
  • Occupation: He was an Editor of several legal texts and publisher of nine volumes of law reports in London, EnglandG, before 16 August 1827.4
  • Emigration: He emigrated from Australia on 5 November 1827 from England.4
  • Immigration: He immigrated to Port Jackson, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, on 24 February 1828 on board ship "Hooghly" with family.4
  • Occupation: He was Acting Chief Justice in Australia in April 1836.4
  • Occupation: He was a Chief Justice succeeding Sir Francis Forbes in Australia on 26 November 1838.4

Narrative

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 12 July 2019 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Dowling)
Sir James Dowling (25 November 1787 - 27 September 1844) was an English-born Australian jurist in New South Wales, Chief Justice of New South Wales 1837 - 1844.[1]
James Dowling was born in London, England, the son of Vincent Dowling of Queen's County, Ireland, and brother of Alfred Septimus Dowling. Educated at St Paul's School, he later became a parliamentary reporter, studied law and was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in May 1815. He edited the second edition of W. Paley's Law and Practice of Summary Convictions, and was also responsible for several volumes of Reports of Cases.[2]

Dowling applied to the Colonial Office for an appointment in June 1827 and on 6 August 1827 he was appointed third judge at Sydney, where he arrived in February 1828.[3] He acted with consideration and tact over a question of precedence which immediately arose. Governor Ralph Darling held that the terms of his commission placed Dowling next in precedence to the chief justice, Francis Forbes, while John Stephen, the other judge, pointed out that in England such questions were decided by seniority. Dowling suggested that the matter should be referred to the home authorities, and that in the meantime Stephen should take precedence. The question was settled in favour of Stephen's view, and Dowling cheerfully accepted the position of junior judge. The state of Stephen's health, however, threw a good deal of work on the shoulders of Dowling, who also learned that in Sydney in those days a judge was constantly open to criticism. In June 1832 he found it necessary to defend his judgment in a particular case which had been criticized in letters printed in the Sydney Monitor, and was assured by Viscount Goderich that he would not permit himself "to entertain even a momentary impression to his prejudice". In December Stephen retired and Dowling became second judge. In January 1834 some remarks of Dowling's on the conduct of a criminal trial led to the three judges drawing up an important memorandum suggesting many possible improvements in dealing with criminal cases.[2]

In September 1835 Dowling was appointed acting Chief Justice during the absence of Forbes, who was on leave. William Westbrooke Burton, the third judge, objected to this on the ground that his previous appointment as a judge at the Cape of Good Hope made him senior to Dowling. Dowling was an appointed member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 19 April 1836 until 5 January 1843.[4] In April 1837 Forbes retired from his office, and Dowling was appointed chief justice on 29 August 1837. John Walpole Willis arrived at Sydney in November 1837 to take the position of third judge; conflict between Willis and the Chief Justice reached such a level that for the sake of peace Governor Gipps transferred Willis to Melbourne in January 1841.

Following the brutal killing of 28 unarmed Aboriginal Australians in the Myall Creek massacre on 10 June 1838, Dowling presided over the first trial in which a jury acquitted eleven colonists of the murder of one person, referred to as Daddy.[5] Dowling also sat in the Full Bench which determined questions of law following the conviction of seven colonists of the murder of two children and an adult referred to as Charley.[6] In June 1843 Dowling expressed his willingness to act as speaker of the new Legislative Council, but Gipps ruled against this as he considered it would not be in the public interest. In August 1844 Dowling was granted 18 months leave of absence due to a breakdown in his health, but he died soon after on 27 September 1844.[2]

South Dowling Street in Sydney is named after him.

He was knighted in 1837. He was married twice and was survived by his second wife, Lady Harriott Dowling, and two sons and two daughters from his first marriage. A pension of £200 a year was granted to Lady Dowling. Lady Dowling was the eldest daughter of John Blaxland.[3]
At the time of his death, Dowling was preparing a volume of law reports of the decisions of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The volume was eventually published in 2005. Many of these cases are also online.

Dowling was regarded as a hard working judge, and rarely took holidays. One of his sons, James Sheen Dowling (1819-1902), was born in England and came to Australia with his father in 1828, practised as a barrister and was a District Court judge from 1858 to 1889 and an acting judge of the Supreme Court from 1878 to 1881.[7]

References
1- "Sir James Dowling, Kt". Supreme Court of NSW. Archived from the original on 20 September 2007.
2- a b c Serle, Percival (1949). "Dowling, James". Dictionary of Australian Biography. Sydney: Angus and Robertson. Retrieved 2 October 2008.
3- a b Currey, C. H. "Dowling, Sir James (1787-1844)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University.
4- "Sir James Dowling (1787-1844)". Former Members of the Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 18 April 2019.
5- R v Kilmeister (No 1) [1838] NSWSupC 105
6- R v Kilmeister (No 2) [1838] NSWSupC 110.
7- "James Sheen Dowling". NSW State Archives & Records.

T.D. Castle and Bruce Kercher (eds), Dowling’s Select Cases, 1828 to 1844: Decisions of the Supreme Court of New South Wales (Francis Forbes Society for Australian Legal History, Sydney, 2005).

Citations

  1. [S108] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Source Medium: Other,
    Citation Text: Date of Import: 19 Jan 2005
  2. [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: 246
  3. [S1841] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Rootsweb - [DEFUNCT acquired by Ancestry.com], discussion list, 1998-2003. ftp.rootsweb.com : see citation.

    Old genealogy forum that posted queries and answers free to registered users. USGenWeb NOTICE: These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by any other organization or persons. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material, must obtain the written consent of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. Files may be printed or copied for personal use only.,
    Citation Detail: Record for DOWLING, JAMES. SIR,
    Citation Text: 1998:- Re: Dowlings in England; Posted by Shayne Thomas on January 19, 1998 at 07:47:32:; E-mail: email address; In Reply to: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on December 29, 1997 at 13:54:01:
    Hi Alison! I have a lot of information about my branch of the Dowlings. Like yours, mine lived in Ireland and then, later in England. My G.G.G. Grandfather, Sir James Dowling was the second chief justice of New South Wales, the old name for Australia. When he first moved to Australia he settled in Tasmania. I would be very interested in the connection between your William and my James, if any.
    Regards, Shayne
  4. [S3131] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Burke, Sir Bernard, C.B. LL.D. Ulster King of Arms. Burke's Colonial Gentry: A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry.,
    Citation Detail: Entry for Dowling, James Sheen of Sydney, Australia; i. Page 166-167,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 31-May-2020:-
    Doc-Dowling-James-Sheen-Burkes-Colonial-Gentry-000
    Doc-Dowling-James-Sheen-Burkes-Colonial-Gentry-166
    Doc-Dowling-James-Sheen-Burkes-Colonial-Gentry-168
  5. [S2467] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: IRL-Roots, discussion list, 1998. - : 1998.,
    Citation Detail: Re: Dowlings in England; Posted by Shayne Thomas on January 19, 1998 at 07:47:32:; E-mail: email address; In Reply to: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on December 29, 1997 at 13:54:01: Hi Alison! I have a lot of information about my branch of the Dowlings. Like yours, mine lived in Ireland and then, later in England. My G.G.G. Grandfather, Sir James Dowling was the second chief justice of New South Wales, the old name for Australia. When he first moved to Australia he settled in Tasmania. I would be very interested in the connection between your William and my James, if any. - Regards, Shayne

John Dowling

M, #1560, b. 25 October 1807, d. after 22 March 1832

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: John Dowling was born on 25 October 1807 in Ramsbury, Wiltshire, EnglandG.
  • Death: He died after 22 March 1832.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: John Dowling had reference number 1560.
  • Baptism: He was baptised in 1807 in Ramsbury, Wiltshire, EnglandG.

Narrative

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Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Robert Henry Dowling on May 22, 1998 at 04:13:09:
E-mail: billd@webnet.com.au
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Shayne Thomas on January 19, 1998 at 07:47:32:

John Dowling.traveled to tasmania in 1832
in scooner "The Forthe" any connections.
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Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Robert Henry Dowling on July 01, 1998 at 04:31:02:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

John Dowling born Ramsbury England
25 Oct 1807
Baptized Ramsbury-Whiltshire- England
I have most information from that date,if you require.
Arrived 22 Mar 1832
Age on arrival 24 years 5 months

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Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Robert Henry Dowling on May 22, 1998 at 04:13:09:
E-mail: billd@webnet.com.au
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Shayne Thomas on January 19, 1998 at 07:47:32:

John Dowling.traveled to tasmania in 1832
in scooner "The Forthe" any connections.
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Re: Dowlings in England
Posted by Robert Henry Dowling on July 01, 1998 at 04:31:02:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

John Dowling born Ramsbury England
25 Oct 1807
Baptized Ramsbury-Whiltshire- England
I have most information from that date,if you require.
Arrived 22 Mar 1832
Age on arrival 24 years 5 months.

McNamarra1

F, #1561, b. before 1800, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Dowling (b. before 1800, d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: McNamarra was born before 1800.
  • Marriage: She and Dowling were married.1
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: McNamarra had reference number 1561.

Citations

  1. [S707] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling.,
    Citation Detail: From: email address [mailto:email address]; Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12; To: email address; Subject: Dowling genealogy; Source: Regina Ferguson Dowling. 1 Flagstone Court, Germantown, Maryland, 20874-2231, USA. E-mail: email address [mailto:email address],
    Citation Text: Brian,
    Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra, Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
    The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis. Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

    Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York, and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari, Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859. Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother was rosa Moore born in England.

    My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and the back of photographs. We found this information after her death. It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was born Clair County.

    I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week. Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful. Sincerely, Regina Dowling

    Charles Mulholland and Rosa More had 3 children: Henry who operated a wagon train from St. Joe MO, USA, Dr David Mulholland and Arthur Mulholland.

    David was buried in MO. he had studied for the priesthood and his history is in the County Library of Andrew County and he is listed as the first Greek and Latin scholar of that county. David was a doctor at Marysville MO. He died young and left a wife and 4 sons at Maryville, MO. They are buried in Maryville. His wife was not a Catholic.

    Charles Mulholland's wife Rosa and one son, Arthur, did not come to USA they moved from Ireland to England and died in Tyne, Northumberland in England in 1881. - Regina Dowling

Hugh Dowling1

M, #1562, b. 8 February 1803, d. 1884

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Hugh Dowling was born on 8 February 1803 in Tuckermarsh, Devon, England.
  • Birth: He was born on 8 February 1803 in Tytherington, Marston Bigot, Frome, Somerset, England.1
  • Death: He died in 1884, at age ~81, in Lenawee, Michigan, USAG.1
  • Death: He died in 1884, at age ~81.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Hugh Dowling had reference number 1562.
  • Emigration: He emigrated from USA about 1850 From Great Britain.

Narrative

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Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on June 20, 1998 at 21:31:33:
E-mail: peters.harold@mcleodusa.net
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

Alison, I'm intrigued by your reference to a "vast Dowling database." My mother's maiden name was Mildred Dowling, and she has gathered data on a number of Dowlings in our family, going back to a Thomas Dowling, 1774-1844, who was buried at East Woodlands, Somerset, England. One of his sons, Hugh, 1803-1884, migrated to Michigan in 1850, and was my ggGrandfather. I have a number of other Dowlings in my data -- do any of the above match anything you have? (In rechecking my notes, I see that Thomas was originally a Dolen, but evidently took the name of his wife, who was Mary Dowling.)

Thanks in advance for any light you may be able to shed...

- Hal Peters
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Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on July 04, 1998 at 15:30:33:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan posted by Alison Rosser on July 02, 1998 at 09:32:05:

Hi again Alison,
My mother passed along some more data re our English forbears. My ggggrandfather, Thomas Dolen/Dowling, was baptized 11 June 1774 at Marston Bigot Church, died 22 June 1843 at Tytherington,and was buried 27 June 1843 at the New Church, East Woodlands. He and his first wife, Mary Dowling, had 16 children, including a James (baptized 8 December 1804 at St. Johns, Frome), and Hugh (my gggrandfather, born 8 Feb 1803 at Tuckmarsh), both of whom migrated to America in the mid-1800's. Looks like we have no connection, so far, at least.
- Hal Peters
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Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on June 20, 1998 at 21:31:33:
E-mail: peters.harold@mcleodusa.net
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

Alison, I'm intrigued by your reference to a "vast Dowling database." My mother's maiden name was Mildred Dowling, and she has gathered data on a number of Dowlings in our family, going back to a Thomas Dowling, 1774-1844, who was buried at East Woodlands, Somerset, England. One of his sons, Hugh, 1803-1884, migrated to Michigan in 1850, and was my ggGrandfather. I have a number of other Dowlings in my data -- do any of the above match anything you have? (In rechecking my notes, I see that Thomas was originally a Dolen, but evidently took the name of his wife, who was Mary Dowling.)

Thanks in advance for any light you may be able to shed...

- Hal Peters
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Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on July 04, 1998 at 15:30:33:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan posted by Alison Rosser on July 02, 1998 at 09:32:05:

Hi again Alison,
My mother passed along some more data re our English forbears. My ggggrandfather, Thomas Dolen/Dowling, was baptized 11 June 1774 at Marston Bigot Church, died 22 June 1843 at Tytherington,and was buried 27 June 1843 at the New Church, East Woodlands. He and his first wife, Mary Dowling, had 16 children, including a James (baptized 8 December 1804 at St. Johns, Frome), and Hugh (my gggrandfather, born 8 Feb 1803 at Tuckmarsh), both of whom migrated to America in the mid-1800's. Looks like we have no connection, so far, at least.
- Hal Peters.

Citations

  1. [S974] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Thomas Dolen Dowling

Dowling1

M, #1563, b. before 1800, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: McNamarra (b. before 1800, d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Dowling was born before 1800 in Clare, IrelandG.1
  • Marriage: He and McNamarra were married.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Dowling had reference number 1563.

Citations

  1. [S707] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Dowling.,
    Citation Detail: From: email address [mailto:email address]; Sent: 11 February 1999 01:12; To: email address; Subject: Dowling genealogy; Source: Regina Ferguson Dowling. 1 Flagstone Court, Germantown, Maryland, 20874-2231, USA. E-mail: email address [mailto:email address],
    Citation Text: Brian,
    Family surnames from Ireland includes; Dowling,O'Connor, McNamarra, Mulholland, McCarty, Markem, Cleary, O'Laughlin.
    The family roots came from County Clair, Parish Diser, Ireland, near Ennis. Genealogy descendants = Dowling married McNamarra DOB unknown but it would be before 1800. Michael Dowling married Mary O'Connor born in Clair County, DOB unknown. they are burried in Parish of Diser, near Ennis, Ireland. Her mother was O'Laughlin. Their children came to the United States via port Rochester, New York in 1862. I have not been able to locate the ship to know how many siblings came over, however, I have a record of 7 siblings.

    Their family history indicates one brother and a sister stayed in New York, and the remaining siblings traveled West working for the railroad. I have a record of 3 boys homestead in Walnut, Crawford County,Kansas. This includes my husband's grandfather Michael DOB 29 April 1843, place County Clari, Ireland. He married Mary Mulholland who was born in Missouri, USA in 1859. Married 2 april 1877. A brother John J. Dowling DOB 1846 married Mary McCarty and Dennis Dowling DOB 1840 married Mary Cleary, born in Ireland. One of the siblings Mary Dowling married Lawrence Markem who was born 23 Jan 1844 Aosersa County, Tiperodise, Ireland, Mary born July 1838. Mary Mulholland's father was Henry ;Mulholland born 1819 Tyrone Co., Dungannon, Ireland. He came to Christine Co, Kentucky 1875. Henry's father was Charles Mulholland and mother was rosa Moore born in England.

    My husband's aunt recorcded this information on several pieces of paper and the back of photographs. We found this information after her death. It would be interesting if you are able to connect your ancestors to this family. I have no idea the number of siblings in Michael's family who was born Clair County.

    I am thinking of changing my Internet service in a couple weeks, my E-Mail address will change. I have some print outs I will put in the mail next week. Brian best of luck in your search, I hope this information will be helpful. Sincerely, Regina Dowling

    Charles Mulholland and Rosa More had 3 children: Henry who operated a wagon train from St. Joe MO, USA, Dr David Mulholland and Arthur Mulholland.

    David was buried in MO. he had studied for the priesthood and his history is in the County Library of Andrew County and he is listed as the first Greek and Latin scholar of that county. David was a doctor at Marysville MO. He died young and left a wife and 4 sons at Maryville, MO. They are buried in Maryville. His wife was not a Catholic.

    Charles Mulholland's wife Rosa and one son, Arthur, did not come to USA they moved from Ireland to England and died in Tyne, Northumberland in England in 1881. - Regina Dowling

James Dowling1

M, #1564, b. before 8 December 1804, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: James Dowling was born in 1804 in London, EnglandG.1
  • Birth: He was born before 8 December 1804.
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: James Dowling had reference number 1564.
  • Baptism: He was baptised on 8 December 1804 in St Johns, Frome, Great Britain.
  • Emigration: He emigrated from Great Britain to USA about 1850.

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Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on June 20, 1998 at 21:31:33:
E-mail: peters.harold@mcleodusa.net
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

Alison, I'm intrigued by your reference to a "vast Dowling database." My mother's maiden name was Mildred Dowling, and she has gathered data on a number of Dowlings in our family, going back to a Thomas Dowling, 1774-1844, who was buried at East Woodlands, Somerset, England. One of his sons, Hugh, 1803-1884, migrated to Michigan in 1850, and was my ggGrandfather. I have a number of other Dowlings in my data -- do any of the above match anything you have? (In rechecking my notes, I see that Thomas was originally a Dolen, but evidently took the name of his wife, who was Mary Dowling.)

Thanks in advance for any light you may be able to shed...

- Hal Peters
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Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on July 04, 1998 at 15:30:33:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan posted by Alison Rosser on July 02, 1998 at 09:32:05:

Hi again Alison,
My mother passed along some more data re our English forbears. My ggggrandfather, Thomas Dolen/Dowling, was baptized 11 June 1774 at Marston Bigot Church, died 22 June 1843 at Tytherington,and was buried 27 June 1843 at the New Church, East Woodlands. He and his first wife, Mary Dowling, had 16 children, including a James (baptized 8 December 1804 at St. Johns, Frome), and Hugh (my gggrandfather, born 8 Feb 1803 at Tuckmarsh), both of whom migrated to America in the mid-1800's. Looks like we have no connection, so far, at least.
- Hal Peters
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Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on June 20, 1998 at 21:31:33:
E-mail: peters.harold@mcleodusa.net
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England posted by Alison Rosser on May 23, 1998 at 15:07:36:

Alison, I'm intrigued by your reference to a "vast Dowling database." My mother's maiden name was Mildred Dowling, and she has gathered data on a number of Dowlings in our family, going back to a Thomas Dowling, 1774-1844, who was buried at East Woodlands, Somerset, England. One of his sons, Hugh, 1803-1884, migrated to Michigan in 1850, and was my ggGrandfather. I have a number of other Dowlings in my data -- do any of the above match anything you have? (In rechecking my notes, I see that Thomas was originally a Dolen, but evidently took the name of his wife, who was Mary Dowling.)

Thanks in advance for any light you may be able to shed...

- Hal Peters
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Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan
Posted by Hal Peters on July 04, 1998 at 15:30:33:
In Reply to: Re: Dowlings in England and Michigan posted by Alison Rosser on July 02, 1998 at 09:32:05:

Hi again Alison,
My mother passed along some more data re our English forbears. My ggggrandfather, Thomas Dolen/Dowling, was baptized 11 June 1774 at Marston Bigot Church, died 22 June 1843 at Tytherington,and was buried 27 June 1843 at the New Church, East Woodlands. He and his first wife, Mary Dowling, had 16 children, including a James (baptized 8 December 1804 at St. Johns, Frome), and Hugh (my gggrandfather, born 8 Feb 1803 at Tuckmarsh), both of whom migrated to America in the mid-1800's. Looks like we have no connection, so far, at least.
- Hal Peters.

Citations

  1. [S974] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Repository: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Thomas Dolen Dowling

Sarah Dowling

F, #1565, b. about 1795, d. after 1839
Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Sarah Dowling was born about 1795.
  • Marriage: She and John McKay were married before 1830.
  • Death: She died after 1839 in Canada.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Sarah Dowling had reference number 1565.

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Dowlings in Canada
Posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:
E-mail: nickadam@rideau.net
Does anyone know of any Dowlings emigrating to Canada.?

I am researching Sarah Dowling who was probably born abt. 1795. She was married to John Mackay, and they lived in Tecumseth Township, Simcoe Co. Ontario, where they had at least one child in the 1830's. I don't know whether they were married in Canada or not. There are other Dowlings in the vicinity, but what Sarah's relationship to these others is , I don't know. If anyone has come across any references to emigrations to Canada, i'd sure be happy to hear about it!

Thanks,

Chris Re: DOWLING of Hamilton, Ontario
Posted by Christine Adams on February 20, 1999 at 05:15:43:
E-mail: nickadam@rideau.net
In Reply to: DOWLING of Hamilton, Ontario posted by John Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 10:37:01:

Hi John,

There were Dowlings in Tecumseth Twp, Simcoe Co. in the mid-1800's. Have you checked the 1871 Canadian Census on -line for leads. If you get any good ones let me know. I am looking for the family of my Sarah Dowling m. John McKay bef. 1830. She died sometime after 1839. John McKay died in Innisfil Twp., Simcoe Co. ONtario in 1884.
There is a Francis Dowling buried in Mt. Tegart Methodist Cemetery, in Tecumseth Twp. Happy hunting!

Christine Adams
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Re: DOWLING of Hamilton, Ontario
Posted by Christine Adams on February 20, 1999 at 05:15:43:
E-mail: nickadam@rideau.net
In Reply to: DOWLING of Hamilton, Ontario posted by John Dowling on January 31, 1999 at 10:37:01:

Hi John,

There were Dowlings in Tecumseth Twp, Simcoe Co. in the mid-1800's. Have you checked the 1871 Canadian Census on -line for leads. If you get any good ones let me know. I am looking for the family of my Sarah Dowling m. John McKay bef. 1830. She died sometime after 1839. John McKay died in Innisfil Twp., Simcoe Co. ONtario in 1884.
There is a Francis Dowling buried in Mt. Tegart Methodist Cemetery, in Tecumseth Twp. Happy hunting!

Christine Adams.

Teresa White

F, #1566, d. 1 July 1966
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Patrick Aloysius Dowling (b. 21 February 1921, d. 1981)

  • Living Dowling
  • Living Dowling

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Teresa White died on 1 July 1966.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Teresa White had reference number 1566.

Ellen McEvoy

F, #1567, b. 1827, d. DECEASED

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Ellen McEvoy was born in 1827 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Ellen McEvoy had reference number 1567.

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn.

James McEvoy

M, #1568, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: Mary Dowling (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: James McEvoy died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: James McEvoy had reference number 1568.

Narrative

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn.

Mary Dowling

F, #1569, d. DECEASED
Pedigree Link

Family

Family: James McEvoy (d. DECEASED)

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Death: Mary Dowling died DECEASED.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Mary Dowling had reference number 1569.

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn

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Re: Dowlings in Canada
Posted by carolyn archambault on April 27, 1998 at 08:14:00:
E-mail: caarcham@nwb.qc.ca
In Reply to: Dowlings in Canada posted by Christine Adams on March 28, 1998 at 22:54:38:

Hi, I don't know much about my Dowlings but my GG Grandmother Ellen McEvoy was born in Montreal 1827 and her parents were James McEvoy and Mary Dowling Ellens godparents were John Dowling brother to James and Margaret Hoynse.
Sure hope these names are familiar to you.
Hope to hear from you, Cheers, Carolyn.

Margaret Dowling

F, #1575, b. 1841, d. 1905
  • This person appears in the following lists:- : USA, Montana

Parents

Pedigree Link

BIOGRAPHY

Vital Facts

  • Birth: Margaret Dowling was born in 1841.
  • Death: She died in 1905, at age ~64, in Callao, Montana, USA.

Other Facts

  • Reference Number: Margaret Dowling had reference number 1575.

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Re: dowling family research
Posted by Robert Andrews on May 08, 1998 at 19:23:31:
E-mail: rjoeand@aol.com
In Reply to: dowling family research posted by don r. dowling on April 06, 1998 at 21:21:39:

My g Grandmother was Margaret Dowling,born 1841 in N.Y. d-1905-Callao Mo. her father was Patrick Dowling born County of Kildare 1800 came to US in 1821 or 1831, have a few more listed. am new to Dowling research
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Re: dowling family research
Posted by Robert Andrews on May 08, 1998 at 19:23:31:
E-mail: rjoeand@aol.com
In Reply to: dowling family research posted by don r. dowling on April 06, 1998 at 21:21:39:

My g Grandmother was Margaret Dowling,born 1841 in N.Y. d-1905-Callao Mo. her father was Patrick Dowling born County of Kildare 1800 came to US in 1821 or 1831, have a few more listed. am new to Dowling research.