Templemore Fanning Marriage Records Co Tipperary 1807- 1849

Templemore & Castleiny Catholic Parish Co Tipperary

There were very few Fanning marriages or Fanning witnesses in this parish from 1807 to 1849 although there are gaps in the records.

These marriage records from Templemore Parish in the Diocese of Cashel & Emly, Co Tipperary are from The National Library of Ireland site and are online and free.

The dates covered are 15 Nov 1897 to 13 Jan 1820 & 30 Nov 1809 to 23 Oct 1849.

There were however a number of marriages to soldiers no doubt due to the military barracks at Templemore. None involving Fannings.

Military Barracks Templemore c1865-1914

In the early records addresses and sometimes occupations were also recorded.

Places where the marriage took place are given, most likely the bride’s home.

Other names for Templemore are Kilvenogue, Kilvenoge, Killea and Clonmore.

Places names in Templemore in 1901 & 1911:  Adamstown, Ballycahill, Ballyheen, Barnalascaw, Belleville, Borrisbeg, Butlerslodge, Clontaaffe, Craiguedarg,Culleenagh,Curraduff, Eastwood,Farranacahill, Farranaderry, Forest, Graiguebeg, Greenwood, Ivyhall.  Jockeyhall. Kilclareen, Killawardy, Killough, Kiltillane, Kiltilliha, Knockanroe,    Kylebeg, Lisnaviddoge North, Lisnaviddoge South, Lloydsborough, Manna  North,  Manna  South, Oldtown, Priory Demesne, Rossnamanniff, Lower  Rossnamanniff, Upper  Sandymount, Templemore Demesne, Templemore town,  Woodville.

Rootsireland has marriage records for Templemore Clonmore starting in Nov 1807, with a gap from Sept 1826-1833 and then their records are continuous from 1834 to 1900.

From 1864 civil marriage records for Catholics were required to be kept. These are now online and free through irishgenealogy.ie  Marriage records over 75 years are on this site.

If you are on a PC you can search these records using Control + F

Templemore Church of the Sacred heart

23 Nov 1808, Thomas Reid & Ann Sheridan both of Kilvenogue wit: Daniel Doughan, Ed Fannan & Thomas Hackett

9 Sept 1810, John Phelan of Ostho? labourer & Bridget Gilfoyle of Templemore, wit: Daniel Stapleton & Judy Fannen

12 Feb 1820, Martin Fanning of Knockanroe & Margaret Tracy of Knockanroe wit: Thomas Everard & Ellen Smith

8 Feb 1821, Philip Fanning of Barna & Mary Ryan of Killawardy wit: Rev Murphy & John Morrissy

27 Feb 1827, Michael Fanning of Loughmore & Mary Regan of Templemore wit: Daniel Fanning & Johanna Cain

12 April 1834, Shanikill, Timothy Maher & Mary Harrington, wit: Catherine Fanning & William Harrington

12 Apr 1834, Killough, Edmond Brute & Mary Fannon, wit: James & Mary Maher

10 May 1834, Borrisbeg, Michael Fannen & Sarah Quill, dispensation, wit: George Fant & Mary Quill

*17 Oct 1835, Clonmore, Michael Brennan & Joanna Keys, wit: Thomas Hurley & Catherine Keys. I have put this record and the following record in as I am trying to connect Michael Fanning and Catherine Keyes. He married her in Templemore on 4 Feb 1833. He was my gggrandfather’s brother.

*9 July 1841, Andrew Brennan & Margaret Keys, wit: Martin Eviston & Mary Morrissey. The surnames Eviston, Keys and Morrissey are all in my family tree. This Martin Eviston’s mother was Margaret Brennan, so Andrew may well have been his cousin. Martin was also married to Johanna Fanning. A Daniel Morrissey married Catherine Fanning  of Lissaroon on 22 Feb 1838.

3 Feb 1842, Patrick Carroll & Sally Fanning were married in Templemore, wit: John Carroll & Margaret Dwyer

29 Jan 1845, Thomas Flynnalg?? & Rose Frannon? married in Templemore, wit: Anne Tearny & Standwick Butler

*24 Nov 1845, Patrick Kinane? & Mary Keys married in Templemore, wit: John Morrissey & Johanna ?

26 Nov 1877, Thomas Morkan of Mullingar, instructor, father Thomas & Anastasia Fanning of Templemore, father Thomas a farmer, wit: Michael casey & Catherine McCombe

7 Nov 1904, William Fanning of Dunkerrin & Anne Maher of Poulong, both farmers. William’s father was Thomas Fanning, a farmer and Anne’s father was Philip William Maher also a farmer. Wit: Ellie Maher & Thomas Fanning Civil marriage record. Married in Templemore RC Church.

Old Photos of Roscrea, Loughmore & Templemore Co Tipperary

These are some more photos by Robert French of areas in Co Tipperary that would have been very familiar to the Fannings.

These photos are part of the Lawrence Collection of 40,000 Irish photos and are in the National Library of Ireland in Dublin.

Loughmore Castle Co Tipperary
Loughmore Castle Co Tipperary
Main St Roscrea Co Tipperary Robert French
Main St Roscrea Co Tipperary Robert French
Market St Templemore c1865-1914
Market St Templemore c1865-1914
Market St Templemore Co Tipperary c1865-1914
Georges St Templemore Co Tipperary c1865-1914
Military Barracks Templemore c1865-1914CR
Military Barracks Templemore Co Tipperary c1865-1914