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'unknown' WOULFE (male) [Parents] died. 'unknown' married 'UNKNOWN' about 1906.

'UNKNOWN' died. 'UNKNOWN' married 'unknown' WOULFE (male) about 1906.

They had the following children.

  M i
Maurice WOULFE died.

Living [Parents].

Other marriages:
Living

Living.

They had the following children.

  F i Living.

Living [Parents].

Other marriages:
Living

Living.

They had the following children.

  F i Living.
  F ii Living.
  M iii Living.
  M iv Living.

Living.

Living [Parents].

They had the following children.

  M i Living.
  M ii Living.

John (Jack) SUGRUE [Parents] was born about 1850 in Dromavalla, Ballymacelligott, Tralee, Co. Kerry. He died. John married Margaret O'LEARY in Nov 1879 in Temuka, New Zealand.

Margaret O'LEARY [Parents] was born in Ballymacelligott, Tralee, Co. Kerry. She died. Margaret married John (Jack) SUGRUE in Nov 1879 in Temuka, New Zealand.

They had the following children.

  M i Timothy (Ted) Joseph SUGRUE died in 1957.

Timothy SUGRUE died. Timothy married Margaret TEAHAN.

Margaret TEAHAN died. Margaret married Timothy SUGRUE.

They had the following children.

  M i John (Jack) SUGRUE was born about 1850. He died.

Cornelius O'LEARY died. Cornelius married Ellen MCCARTHY.

Ellen MCCARTHY died. Ellen married Cornelius O'LEARY.

They had the following children.

  F i Margaret O'LEARY died.

'unknown' EGAN was born in Ireland. He died.

The Egan surname is common throughout Ireland. Its original form was MacAodhagáin (MacEgan) but the Mac has now been largely dropped. Keegan is a variant. The name originated in the Roscommon/Galway area where the MacAodhagáins acted as 'brehons' or lawyers and judges to the ruling families. Over the centuries, however, they were dispersed southwards, settling mainly in north Munster and east Leinster, in what are now counties Tipperary, Offaly and Kilkenny. The Egans are now most numerous in Connaught and Leinster.

He had the following children.

  M i John EGAN was born about 1802. He died on 4 Feb 1861.
  F ii Mary Ann EGAN was born about 1813. She died on 29 Dec 1887.

John EGAN [Parents] was born about 1802 in Dublin. He died on 4 Feb 1861 in 14 North Crescent, St. Giles, London. He was buried on 9 Feb 1861 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London (grave no. 6928). John married Mary CUNNINGHAM about 1832 in probably London.

John was a tailor. He died of bronchitis (duration four weeks) and congestion of the lungs.

Mary CUNNINGHAM was born about 1813 in St. Pancras, London. She died after 1890. Mary married John EGAN about 1832 in probably London.

They had the following children.

  F i
Rebecca EGAN was born about 1833 in probably London.

Rebecca may have died as a child as there is no documented trace of her after the 1841 census.
  F ii Mary L. EGAN was born about 1836. She died in bet 1901 and 1911.
  M iii Thomas Joseph EGAN was born about 1837. He died on 20 Oct 1907.
  M iv
John EGAN was born about 1840 in St. Giles, London.

John may have died as a child as there appears to be no documented trace of him after the 1841 census.
  M v
Edmund Francis EGAN was born on 23 Mar 1844 in 21 Chenies St., St. Giles, London. He died on 28 Mar 1926 in Chiswick, London. He was buried on 31 Mar 1926 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kensal Green, London.

Edmund was educated at Gravelines in northern France and at St. Edmund's College in Hertfordshire. He was ordained a priest at St. Thomas's Seminary in Hammersmith, London in December 1870. Apart from a brief period ministering in Essex after his ordination Edmund spent his entire religious life working in London. In 1871 he went to the Church of the Assumption, Warwick St. where he remained for 24 years. He then served for 12 years in the parish of St. Charles, Ogle St. before being appointed in 1906 as missionary rector at Our Lady of Grace and St. Edward in Chiswick where he served for the rest of his life.
  F vi
Frances (Fanny) Julia EGAN was born in 1849 in St. Giles, London. She died on 17 Feb 1937 in Surrey.

Fanny is listed in the 1871 census as a member of the household of her sister and brother-in-law Mary and Archibald Dunn in Hampstead, London. Also listed are her other sisters, Alice and Beatrice. All three unmarried sisters appear again with Mary and Archibald in the 1881 census, along with their brother Alfred, at 6 Westgate Terrace, Kensington, London. Fanny and Beatrice were single and still with Mary and Archibald 10 years later, this time in Fulham, London.

At the time of her death, in 1937, Fanny was living at 14 Old Deer Park Gardens, Richmond, Surrey.
  F vii
Alice EGAN was born on 28 Jan 1851 in 14 North Crescent, St. Giles, London.

Alice is listed in the 1871 census as a member of the household of her sister and brother-in-law Mary and Archibald Dunn in Hampstead, London. Included with Alice are her other sisters, Fanny and Beatrice. All three unmarried sisters are listed again with Mary and Archibald in the 1881 census, along with their brother Alfred, at 6 Westgate Terrace, Kensington, London.
  M viii Alfred Joseph EGAN was born about 1852. He died in 1908.
  F ix
Eliza Beatrice Rose (Beatrice) EGAN was born in 1855 in 14 North Crescent, St. Giles, London. She died after Apr 1926.

Beatrice is listed in the 1871 census as a member of the household of her sister and brother-in-law Mary and Archibald Dunn in Hampstead, London. Included with Beatrice are her other sisters, Fanny and Alice. All three unmarried sisters are listed again with Mary and Archibald in the 1881 census, along with their brother Alfred, at 6 Westgate Terrace, Kensington, London. Beatrice and Fanny were single and still with Mary and Archibald - in Fulham, London - 10 years later. And we know from the 1926 obituary of her brother Edward that Beatrice, who would have been about 70 years of age at the time, had not married.

A death record has been located on the FreeBMD website for a Beatrice R. Egan who died in Surrey North East in 1934 aged 78. I think it likely that this is our Beatrice.

Archibald Joseph DUNN [Parents] was born in May 1836 in Dublin. He was christened on 1 Jun 1836 in St. Mary's Pro Cathedral, Dublin. He died in probably 1917 in probably Kensington, London. Archibald married Mary L. EGAN in 1865 in Marylebone, London.

Archibald was a bank clerk according to the 1871 census. By the time of the 1901 census he was a journalist and author. It is likely that Archibald was the same Archibald Joseph Dunn (1836-1917) who wrote 'The Bankers' Clearing House: Some Suggestions as to its Extension and Further Development'(published 1874), 'Frederic Ozanam and the Establishment of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul' (1877), 'The Rise and Decay of the Rule of Islam' (1877), 'St. Louis du Rhone, the New French Port in the Mediterranean' (1880), 'Mexico and her Resources' (1890), 'The Tehuantepec Railway, A New Through Route to the East (1896), 'Turkey and its Future' (1905), 'British Interests in the Persian Gulf' (1907) and 'Santo Dominingo: its Resources and its Future' (1911).

In The Edinburgh Gazette of 28 July 1893 is a list of 'Bankrupts' from the London Gazette which includes Archibald. At this time he was a journalist, living at 36 Avonmore Road, West Kensington, London.

Mary L. EGAN [Parents] was born about 1836 in St. Giles, London. She died in bet 1901 and 1911 in probably London. Mary married Archibald Joseph DUNN in 1865 in Marylebone, London.

At the time of the 1871 census Mary and her husband, Archibald, were living at 158 Belsize Road, Hampstead, London. It appears Mary's mother and three younger sisters moved in with them after her marriage as they are listed with Mary and Archibald in both the 1871 and 1881 censuses. At the time of the 1881 census the family was living at 6 Westgate Terrace, Kensington, London, with Mary's brother Alfred also listed with them.

The 1901 census tells us that Mary and Archibold were living at the time in Fulham, London. Mary's sisters Fanny and Beatrice were living with them.

It would appear that Mary and Archibold had no children.

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