This category contains information and records about the Fanning families from Thurles Co Tipperary. Related families from other parts of Ireland and general Irish historical background are also included here.
Photos of Fanning gravestones in Twomileborris Cemetery Co Tipperary Ireland.
Two-Mile-Borris is a small village to the south of Thurles in North Tipperary. The site of an Iron Age Village was discovered here and during early medieval times there were settlements at Two-Mile-Borris. The modern village of Two-Mile-Borris is built on the site of an Anglo-Norman borough.
There are two cemeteries in Two-Mile-Borris, an old and new.
Gravestone Inscription for Andrew (Andy) Fanning of Moycarky, who died 16 July 1982, and is buried in Two-Mile-Borris New Cemetery.
I was told the story of these entrances but have forgotten. If anyone knows I’d like to know the full story.
Tipperary Studies has many Graveyard transcriptions on their site and they are adding more. They also have a lot of other interesting genealogical documents.
Photos of Inch Catholic Church and school where many Fanning family members would have attended.in Co Tipperary Ireland.
Inch Roman Catholic Church, built c 1840 and containing elements of the 1806 church, is where the baptisms, wedding and funerals for many of the Fanning family would have taken place as well as Sunday mass.
Tom Fanning of Lissaroon was a very religious man who visited Rome. I was told he bought these tiles for the Ballycahill Church.
Now a Community Centre this was the school that many Fannings would have attended.
Dovea House owned by the Trant family was the “Big House” for the Fannings of Lissaroon. in Co Tipperary.The Trants owned much land and a number of mansions in Ireland.
William Fannin leased land at Lissaroon. He is the earliest Fanning ancestor I have been able to trace. The remains of his relatively large house remain although they have not been lived in for years.
The Trants owned this land and much more in the area. Landedestates.ie describes the Trant holdings in their Landed Estates of Munster database:
“The Trants had originally held lands in the barony of Corkaguiny, county Kerry but by the early 19th century were more associated with county Tipperary, residing at Dovea in that county. By the end of the 18th century they held land in counties Tipperary, Kildare, Limerick, Cork and Kerry and rentals for these estates are included in the Trant Papers. John F. Collis and Stephen E. Rice were agents at various times for the Trant estates. In 1813 John Trant sold his estate in the barony of Corkaguiny to Lord Ventry (D 27,862 NLI). The Trants had marriage connections with the Fitzgibbon family Earls of Clare, the Brooke family of Colesbrooke, county Fermanagh and Prittie family, Baron Dunalley. The Ordnance Survey Field Name Books indicate that William Trant was the proprietor of townlands in the parish of Dingle, county Kerry, in the 1840s. William Henry Trant held land in the parishes of Killeenagarriff and Stradbally, (Druminboy), barony of Clanwilliam, county Limerick, at the time of Griffith’s Valuation. At the time of Griffith’s Valuation the estate of John Trant was in the parishes of Ballycahill, Inch, Loughmoe West and Thurles, barony of Eliogarty, county Tipperary. In the 1870s the Trants owned 2,970 acres in county Tipperary.”
One of the mansions the Trants owned in Co Tipperary was Dovea House. This was the “Big House” for the Fannings and where they would have paid their rent.
Dovea, a house built circa 1830s and occupied by J. Trant in 1837. John Trant held the property in fee at the time of Griffith’s Valuation when the buildings were valued at £79+.
John Trant Esq owned all of the townland of Lissaroon and there were no leases in 1845.
This house was still in the possession of the Trant family at the beginning of the 1940s but by the time of the Irish Tourist Association Survey had been bought by Ballduff Co Operative, Thurles, who had plans to turn it into a model farm. It is now the headquarters of Dovea Genetics.
The Trants also owned a house at Kilrush. John Ellis was occupying a house valued at 14 pounds in Kilrush at the time of Griffith’s Valuation. He held the property from John Trant.
This John Ellis was murdered and the Cormack brothers were falsely accused of his murder and publicly hung in Nenagh. They are now buried in Loughmore Cemetery.
The Fogarty and Fanning families are linked by marriage in Co Tipperary Ireland. William Fanning married Catherine Fogarty of Lisheenataggart Loughmore West Co Tipperary and they lived at Clondoty Co Tipperary and raised their fifteen children there .Includes a list of all Fogarty graves in Loughmore Cemetery Co Tipperary Ireland.
William Fanning of Clondoty was married to Catherine Fogarty of Lisheenataggart in Loughmore West Parish Co Tipperary Ireland. Her father was Thomas Fogarty and her mother was Honoria Long. Her grandparents were Cornelius Fogarty and Catherine Birmingham.
Thomas Fogarty did not have any sons so he bought the Clondoty property off his cousin, also called Thomas Fogarty, and gave it to his daughter Catherine and son-in-law William Fanning.
William and Catherine Fanning raised their family of fifteen children at Clondoty.
Area north of Thurles Showing Clondoty, Clonomuckoge, Lisheenataggert and Lissaroon in Co TipperaryThese are Fogarty gravestone inscriptions from Loughmore Catholic Cemetery Co Tipperary Ireland. I am not sure how many are related and what the relationships are as yet. Many of the Fogarty and Fanning records I need are not in the North Tipperary genealogy database. As I find traces of the Fogarty family of Lisheenataggart I will add them to this post. Anyone further info on them or leads would be much appreciated :
Fogarty Catherine died 28.8.1862 aged 18 years, Cornelius died 3.9.1867 aged 27 years, Ellen died 9.6.1879 aged 28 years. Fogarty Catherine, erected by Cornelius Fogarty of Lisheenataggart in memory of his wife who died 3.2.1854 aged 74 years, the above Cornelius died 8.11.1868 aged 96 years. Fogarty Cornelius died 13.7.1774 aged 27 years. Fogarty Honoria, erected by Daniel Fogarty of Whitefield in memory of his wife who died 12.11.1912 aged 75 years, above Daniel died 12.2.1915 aged 74 years, his son Michael of Graigue, Drom died 3.4.1932 aged 57 years and his wife Alicia nee Looby died 15.10.1915 aged 87 years. Fogarty John Esq died 3.6.1927 aged 80 years, his wife Nannie, of Dublin died 24.7.1896. Michael of Lisheenatagart died 23.1.1935 aged 79 years, his wife Elizabeth died 8.2.1931 aged 68 years. Fogarty John, erected by Richard Fogarty in memory of his father John Fogarty of Kilrush who died 30.4.1904 aged 85 years and his sister Mary died 15.7.1896 aged 26 years, his mother Bridget died 15.3.1918 aged 78 years. Fogarty Michael and his wife Mary nee Hayes died 17.9.1925 and 18.12.1928 respectively, daughter Mary died 3.10.1909, Michael Fogarty of Skehane of Two Mile Borris died 27.6.1971 and his wife Bridget died 2.6.1987. Fogarty Mrs Thomas Fogarty of Lisheenataggart died 16.1.1874 aged 68 years, daughter Bridget died 13.5.1873 aged 25 years, her husband Thomas died 8.5.1892 aged 86 years. Fogarty Patrick and Mary, erected by Denis and William Fogarty of Loughmore in memory of their father and mother, Patrick died June 1863 aged 60 years, Mary died March 1915 aged 84 years, also their sister Mary May died 1875 aged 25 years and Sarah wife of William died May 1899 aged 40 years. Above William died 16.8.1921 aged 61 years, Denis died 26.11.1931 aged 76 years, his wife Mary died 21.5.1949, their daughter Kathleen died 12.6.1942 and their son Patrick died 1.12.1974. Fogarty Timothy of Lisheenatagart died 20.1.1887 aged 76 years, his wife Mary nee Hayes died 1.1.1885 aged 65 years, Eleen nee Carrick died 29.11.1986. John died 28.8.1987. Fogarty William of Longorchard, Templetouhy died 16.7.1970 aged 85 years, his wife Mary died 9.2.1958 aged 60 years, also his brother James died 21.3.1960 aged 60 years. Fogarty William of Templetuohy died 15.3.1964. Fogarty William, erected by Mrs Fogarty of Lisheenataggart in memory of her husband who died 22? And her son Thomas died 10.11.1893 aged 38 years and Mrs Fogarty died 29.1.1896 aged 80 years.Fogarty William, erected by Mrs McDonald in memory of her father William Fogarty of Kilglooney who died 28.7.1873 aged 78 years, his wife Mary died 7.4.1862 aged 63? Years. taken from CEMETERY HEADSTONE TRANSCRIPTIONS IRELANDby Sue Grieves
The following pages are from “Loughmore Parish Index to Burials in Loughmore andTempleree Graveyards” which is in the Thurles Library in Co Tipperary.
Below are photos of some Fogarty graves in Loughmore Cemetery.
Tithe Applotment Books for Lisheenataggert 1827:
Those who leased or owned property just before Sept 1849 in Lisheenataggart are listed in Griffiths Valuation for Loughmore West Parish:
Fogarty brothers in Jamaica
I very recently was made aware that three Fogarty, Daniel, John and William, sons of Cornelius Fogarty and Catherine Birmingham went to Jamaica in the 1820’s, presumably to make their fortune.
It looks as if William returned. I don’t have any information or records on John in Co Tipperary other than his Baptism, so he may well have stayed in Jamaica.
The information below was kindly sent to me by Richard Osborne, a descendant of Daniel Fogarty:
“Much of my knowledge about the history of my Fogarty line in Jamaica is thanks to the research of my fellow Fogarty descendant Carey Robinson, a Jamaican scholar and media man who also served for a time in the Jamaican foreign service (at the Jamaican embassy in Mexico, I recall). I have never met Carey in person but we have corresponded (I’m from the USA, and my only visit to Jamaica was before I knew about Carey, but during that trip I did meet other relatives I have in common with Carey and who also are descended from Daniel Fogarty and Daniel’s daughter Mary Ann Fogarty Manhertz).
In particular, a draft book manuscript of Carey’s (which I got from my cousin Olive Manhertz Bailey from England) summarized the information about our common family history, which I could corroborate independently or at least use as a clue to start down a new path always with such endeavors, some of Carey’s details weren’t quite correct but were close enough to point me in the right direction.
According to Carey’s draft manuscript, the two Fogarty brothers who emigrated with my ancestor Daniel from Tipperary to Jamaica some time in the 1820’s were John and William (I haven’t independently confirmed this and I’m not sure how that matches up with the information you have compiled). I have read that there was emigration from Ireland to Jamaica at least since the time of Oliver Cromwell. In the 1820’s, the mainstay of the Jamaican economy was sugar but coffee was also very lucrative, and the Fogarty brothers ended up growing coffee and working on coffee plantations in the Blue Mountain area (which is also broadly the region of Jamaica where they “planted” their family trees).
Here are more details about the Fogartys in Jamaica, according to Carey Robinson:
Daniel and his brothers went to different parishes in the coffee-growing region of eastern Jamaica. John went to Portland Parish (location of Bremen Valley, where my Manhertz ancestors were originally from); William went to St. Andrew Parish; and Daniel settled in what was then St. David Parish (now the western part of St. Thomas Parish). Daniel planted coffee on Sherwood Forest estate in northern Saint David and supervised other nearby properties, probably near his brother John and Bremen Valley. Close to Sherwood Forest was a place called Mount Hybla, where a woman of African descent named Princess lived (the owner of the Mount Hybla estate was John Atkins, the Lord Mayor of London; I’m not sure if he also owned Sherwood Forest but I saw a record indicating a connection between the two estates). In 1830, Princess gave birth to Daniel’s daughter, Mary Ann Fogarty. A record I found reports that, in 1832, two-year-old Mary Ann, identified as a “mulatto” and the daughter of Princess, was living at Mount Hybla but that Princess had died by then. Carey Robinson wrote that Daniel “was delighted with the little girl” and “took her to live at Sherwood Forest” (but, based on the census record I found, apparently not immediately at birth – one possibly relevant fact is that slavery ended in Jamaica in 1834). Carey writes further that Mary Ann “grew up in [Daniel’s] house, shared his table, sat with his guests and occupied a secure place under his roof . . . he sent her to school in Kingston where, among other things, she learned to sew.”
Mary Ann had at least two brothers, not necessarily from the same mother: John William and Daniel II (my cousin Olive in England told me she recently connected with a descendant of John William Fogarty’s daughter Evelyn Fogarty: a woman named Sydney Robinson).
Daniel died on October 20, 1844 and was buried the next day in the old Roman Catholic cemetery on Orange Street in Kingston. Carey found the following record in the Roman Catholic archives in Jamaica: “21st October, 1844, was buried in the Catholic Cemetery the body of Daniel Fogarty, late of the Parish of St. George, who departed this life on the 20th October, age 38. He was a native of Ireland.” (Based on the Tipperary baptismal record, he would have actually been about 40 years old)
In 1851 in Kingston, at age 21, Mary Ann married my great-great grandfather, Joseph Manhertz, who was about 12 years her senior. Joseph got the Manhertz name from John (Johann) Michael Manhertz, the owner of the Bremen Valley estate where he grew up and was a slave in his youth until slavery was abolished in 1834. Johann Manhertz had Afro-German-Jamaican children but there is no indication of a biological connection between John Manhertz and Joseph. Joseph may have left Bremen Valley in about 1834 (when that estate went bankrupt) and found employment at the Sherwood Forest estate, where he worked with Daniel Fogarty and would have first met the young Mary Ann. Joseph had become a skilled carpenter and furniture maker (and later a small landowner and coffee planter himself) and, with his experience in the coffee business gained at Bremen Valley, was well equipped to work at Sherwood Forest.
In the class- and color-conscious society of 1850’s colonial Jamaica, Mary Ann would have been regarded as marrying beneath her station, and her brothers swore to hunt down Joseph and take revenge. The newlyweds went to a remote part of St. Thomas Parish until the situation cooled down and then settled in what was then St. David Parish (now part of St. Thomas), living in a house built by Joseph that stood at least until the 1970s-1980s. They were well known for their skill as a craftsman and a seamstress and became small landholders and planters and respected leaders in their community. Their many descendants live in many corners of the globe, including Jamaica, Panama (where my dad was born), all parts of the US, Canada, England, Australia and Thailand.”
I’d love to hear from any other Jamaican Cornelius Fogarty descendants to add to this fascinating story.
Thomas Fanning was born c1825 and died 1898 in Thurles Co Tipperary Ireland. He was a grocer in New St Thurles and his wife was Anastasia. He is related to my family but as yet I have been unable to work out the exact relationship. Information much appreciated.
Thomas Fanning was born about 1825 and died 1898 in Thurles Co Tipperary Ireland. He was a grocer in New St Thurles and his wife was Anastasia. He is related to my family but as yet I have been unable to work out the exact relationship. Any help much appreciated.
This memorial card was sent to me by the granddaughter of Bridget Mullaney nee Fanning (c1858-1935). Bridget was the daughter of Catherine Ryan and Michael Fanning of Lissaroon. Michael Fanning was a first cousin of my gggrandfather William Patrick Fanning.
In her letter Delia believes this Thomas Fanning was a first cousin of her grandmother Bridget Mullany’s and also a granduncle of Archbishop O’Donnell of Brisbane.
Archbishop O’Donnell is related to Sarah Sheehan nee Fanning my gggrandfather’s sister. The letter printed in this post outlines the relationship between the O’Donnells and Sheehans.
If he is a granduncle of Archbishop O’Donnell then he is Sarah’s and William Patrick’s brother Thomas. But I have no record of there being a brother Thomas from the Parish birth records for Edmond Fanning and Judy Darmody from 1809-1829.
Given that he was born about 1825 he looks to be too old to be a first cousin of Bridget Mullany nee Fanning.
It is possible that he was a son of William Fanning and Hanera Cormick, as they most likely had more than three children.
Wm Fannin and Sarah Ryan likewise probably had more children, so there are other Fanning lines untraced out there that Thomas could have belonged to.
In this post there is a descendant report for William Fannin to three generations.
I found one marriage record for a Thomas Fanning and an Anastasia which seems to fit with the information I have so far. Her name was entered as Anto. The groom’s father William was listed as deceased on the record.
At first I was skeptical because Ballyduff townland listed in the Alphabetical Index to The Townlands and Towns of Ireland only has a Ballyduff in Dorrha Parish a long way from Thurles. But googgling Ballyduff I discovered a Ballyduff which is in the right area, 8.6 km from Thurles and 3.9kms from Moyne Village.
I also came across some information on Ballyduff as an alternative townland name in the Parish of Inshyofogerty in the Civil Survey 1654-1656 . Inshyofogerty being an old name for Inch Parish. This would certainly fit with Thomas being a related Fanning.
Shanballyduff in Rahelty Parish was also shortened to Ballyduff in records.
The William O’Connell who was a witness is most probably Thomas’ brother in law, being married to Johanna Fanning.
Civil Death Record for Thomas Fanning c 1825-1898 Thurles Co Tipperary Ireland
On the Co Tipperary Census for 1901 there is an Anastasia Fanning (spelt as Faning) living at 24 New Street, widow and grocer, living in what is described as a provisions store. I think this is the wife of Thomas.
Recently I came across a list of relatives attending a Fanning related funeral.
Michael O’Connell was the son of William O’Connell and Judy (Johanna) Fanning of Lissaroon. She was my ggggrandfather’s first cousin. In the list of attendees there is a Mrs Thomas Fanning senior and a Mrs Thomas Fanning jun both of Thurles and relatives of the deceased.
The younger Mrs Thomas Fanning would have been Ellen Fanning nee Sheehan and in 1899 she would have been 43 years old. She was a shopkeeper/publican in Quarry St Thurles.
The older Mrs Thomas Fanning would have been Anastasia Fanning nee Kirwin who was a shopkeeper in New St (now Parnell St) and she would have been 79 at the time of the funeral of Michael O’Connell. This is further evidence of a close link to the Lisaroon Fanning family. It is very probable that the above Thomas Fanning was the son of William Fannin and Honora Cormack of Lisaroon.
Sarah Fanning 1816-1888 born Thurles Parish,Co Tipperary Ireland and married John Sheehan 1815-1881. She lived in Quarry St Thurles Co Tipperary Ireland and worked as a grocer and publican. She was my gggrandfather’s sister.
Sarah Fanning born 1816 was my gggrandfather’s sister.
After a puzzling lack of DNA matches with a known Sheehan descendant I checked Sarah’s Baptism record and discovered the priest had placed a cross next to the entry. This usually meant the priest did not believe the father married to the mother was actually the father of this child. Sarah’s brother Patrick’s entry also had a cross.
Sarah Sheehan is buried in St Mary’s Church graveyard Thurles Co Tipperary. She and her husband John Sheehan had a grocery/pub in Quarry St Thurles.
Quarry St was later renamed Mitchel St. Quarry St ran parallel to Pike St which was renamed Kickham St. The two streets were linked together by Lime Kiln Lane later called Ikerrin Rd. Pudding Lane also known as Jail St is now known as O’Donvan Rossa St. Quarry, where Sarah Sheehan lived, refers to a small area east of the town of Thurles. It was also known locally as The Pike.
St Mary’s Protestant Church was erected in 1820. The original entrance to the church was in Lime Kiln Lane. Both Protestant and Catholics were buried in St Mary’s graveyard.
Below is the inscription on the grave:
Erected by Sarah Sheehan of Thurles in memory of her beloved husband John Sheehan who died 3rd August 1881 aged 66 years. Also to the memory of their dearly beloved daughter Sarah Sheehan who died on the 31st May 1886 in the 24th year of her age sincerely regretted Here also are deposited the remains of the above Mrs Sarah Sheehan who died 10th Oct 1888 aged 72 years Also Mary Ellen Ryan nee O’Donnell died 21st Dec 1916 aged 34 years.
The Sheehan gravestone has been updated and Johanna O’Donnell nee Sheehan added.
James Dwyer was married to Ellen Sheehan, daughter of Sarah Sheehan nee Fanning, sister of William Patrick Fanning, my great great grandfather. (Sarah and Sally are used for each other.) She would have been his niece.
James Dwyer and Ellen Sheehan were married in Thurles Parish on 23/01/1883. He was a shopkeeper and his father William a farmer. Ellen’s father John Sheehan was a shopkeeper and her address is given as Quarry St Thurles. James Dwyer lived in Main St Thurles. Witnesses were Michael Dwyer and Sarah Sheehan. James Dwyer died young of Phthisis (consumption or tuberculosis), after being ill for four months. (The death record has him being 30 at time of death.)
A few years later Ellen married her second cousin, Tom Fanning of Clondoty, Loughmore. They were married on 1/02/1891. Thomas Fanning was a farmer and Ellen Dwyer nee Sheehan a shopkeeper at 112 Quarry St Thurles. Witnesses were Michael Fanning and Ellen’s sister, Josie Hogan.
Tom Fanning died in 1897 and is buried in Loughmore Cemetery.
Ellen is listed on the 1901 Census at Quarry St Thurles as a grocer. She is age 45. In the household there are her nieces Sarah Hogan age 14 and at school, Josephine Hogan age 24 and a scholar and Mary O’Donnell age 20 and also a scholar. She has a son William Fanning aged 6. On the 1911 Census she is living with a servant who is a shop assistant. Ellen is described as a widow with one living child and her marriage as lasting five years.
Ellen died in 1943.
Johanna was the daughter of Sally Sheehan nee Fanning. She was born in 1853 and died in Thurles in 1932. She married Thomas O’Donnell in Thurles on 8 Feb 1880.
Mary Ellen O’Donnell, 1881-1916, was the daughter of Thomas O’Donnell and Johanna Sheehan of Fethard. She was the granddaughter of Sally Sheehan nee Fanning. She married James Ryan, 1881-1923, on 5 Oct 1909 in Thurles.
Thomas A Dwyer was born in 1899 in Co Tipperary Ireland. His mother was Catherine Fanning of Lissaroon and his father was Michael Dwyer. He was a member of the IRA and was murdered in Bouladuff, called The Ragg, on 29 March 1920. He is buried in Drom Cemetery Co Tipperary.
Thomas Dwyer, aged 21 years, of Bouladuff Co Tipperary Ireland was shot dead by members of the R.I.C., the Black & Tans, on the morning of March 29 1920. His mother was Catherine Fanning of Lissaroon.
I was told by a relation that the family was so shattered by his murder that it was not spoken of for 40 years.
Bouladuff, also known as Inch and The Ragg is a village 5 miles outside of Thurles and 3 miles from Borrisoleigh.
In March of 1920 Constable Heany was shot in The Ragg and later died.
It is hard not to think that this death of the constable was not connected to the murder of Thomas Dwyer on 29 Mar the same year. The murder of Thomas Dwyer was reported in The Irish Times, March 30 1920:
“Our Thurles Correspondent telegraphed as follows last night- Bouladuff, a quiet little village four miles from Thurles, commonly known as The Ragg, was the scene of a terrible murder last night. The trouble started about 3.30. A group of men stood in the village street, when suddenly shots rang out, and the police charged and dispersed the people.
For some hours afterwards all was quiet.
At 12.30 five men knocked at the house of Thomas Dwyer, part of whose premises consist of a shop. Dwyer’s sister, Mrs Delaney, heard the knocking, and got up and asked-“Who is there?” “Friends” was the reply. “Is Tom inside?”. She suspected something was afoot, and told them through the keyhole that Tom was not in. They replied that they knew that he was, and that they would break in the door if it was not opened quickly.
Mrs Delaney, when interviewed to-day, said that she was terribly frightened. Her brother was in bed but a short time, having remained outside as he had a presentiment that he would be shot. He told them earlier the day that he feared that his end was near. She went to his room and told him about the men at the door. Returning to the door which the men were kicking, she had just turned the key when the five men burst in. Mrs Delaney screamed at their appearance. They wore false beards and masks, and they carried rifles. Brushing her roughly into the kitchen, one man covered her with a rifle, while the other four passed towards the room where her brother Thomas lay. The doomed man appeared at the door wearing his pants, with a lighted candle in his hand. The men appeared to know their man quite well, for the moment they got a glimpse of him they fired.
Dwyer fell mortally wounded, pierced by two bullets, one of which smashed the candlestick in two. While he lay on the ground one of the assassins said “Has he enough?” and another replied “Give him another,” so another shot was fired into the body. Dwyer gave a moan, and the murderers made off, first asking Mrs Delaney “Is there anybody else to be shot here.” They slammed the door, and while they were on the roadway outside the house they fired several shots apparently at random.
The screams of Mrs Delaney aroused the neighbours, who ran for a priest and a doctor. Father Hayes arrived in time to administer the last rites of the Church. Dr Power, Borrisoleigh, also came, and did all that he could, but Dwyer expired an hour after the shooting. Two men were seen running from the back of Dwyer’s house across the fields after the murder.”
An inquest was held and here is part of what was written in The Irish Times on March 31, 1920:
“The town of Thurles was quiet today, but evidence of recent disturbances were apparent in the shattered windows of a number of shops, and in the display of shutters as tokens of mourning for the young man, Thomas Dwyer, who met his death under such mysterious circumstances at Bouladuff……..The Ragg is a village containing not more than a dozen houses, three of which are licensed. It will be recalled that the hamlet came under public notice some weeks ago through the murder of a policeman named Heanue there on the 4th March. It was stated in evidence at the inquest on Constable Heanue that the men who fired the shots were absolute strangers to the locality. Bouladuff is on the main road between Thurles and Borrisoleigh, three miles from the latter town. The nearest police station to the village is Dovea, about a mile distant. Dwyer was a young man, about 21 years of age, and is described as having been industrious in his habits, and popular in the locality. The only other occupants of the house at the time that he was shot by the raiders were his widowed sister, Mrs Delaney, and her little daughter, and an invalid uncle………There are about 100 additional police on duty in Thurles to-night, those in the streets carrying carbines.”
Tom Dwyer was buried in Drom or Drum old Catholic Cemetery, Co Tipperary.
The funeral was reported in The Irish Times on April 1, 1920:
“Business was entirely suspended in the town of Thurles and the surrounding towns and villages today. All the shops in Thurles were closed, including the licensed houses, and a quiet, if anything, even more pronounced than that of the Sabbath prevailed. The suspension of business was intended as a demonstration of sympathy with the family of Thomas Dwyer, the young man who was shot dead at Bouladuff in the small hours of Monday morning last.
The funeral took place from the Roman Catholic Church at Inch, close to Bouladuff, at noon to-day. From an early hour a long string of vehicular and pedestrian traffic was proceeding along the six miles of highway between Thurles and Inch. Every single available vehicle in Thurles was pressed into service for the occasion. The direction of traffic, and of the day’s proceedings generally seemed to be in the hands of the Sein Fein Volunteers. Many of these Volunteers were in uniform, and wore belts and bandoliers, and haversacks. Squads of men in military formation marched along the road to Inch, and crowds of Volunteers were across the roadway at the approaches to Bouladuff. There was not a single policeman to be seen in the village or in its vicinity. At least two thousand Volunteers from all parts of North Tipperary and from further afield were concentrated at the scene. The number of vehicles, which came to participate in the funeral procession-traps, side-cars, and soforth-approached, if did not exceed, a thousand.
Shortly after noon the funeral procession started from Inch Church on its way to the cemetery at Drom, six miles away. Rain fell heavily for the most part of the journey. The procession was headed by a single company of the Irish Volunteers, most of them in uniform. On either side of the hearse marched a singlr file of Volunteers, while behind the hearse came three mourning coaches containing the chief mourners. There then marched a number of Irish Volunteer contingents, Sinn Fein Clubs, representativesof the Transport Workers’ Union, a party of young women of the Cumana na uBan, and a contingent of demobilised soldiers form the Thurles district. None of the Volunteers marching in the procession displayed any arms.
On its way to the cemetery the procession passed Dovea Police Barrack, but no demonstration of any kind was made. The doors of the barrack were closed, and the police remained inside while the cortege was passing. When the procession was about half-way on the road between Inch and Drom a Volunteer cyclist rode up to the leaders with the intelligence that a large party of military and police had occupied the Drom Cemeterty and its immediate vicinity. The leaders, however, decided to proceed on their way, and no alteration was made in the order of the procession. It appears that about an hour before the procession was due to arrive at Drom several military lorries drew up outside the cemetery. At the time a contingent of Volunteers was standing in the roadway apparently for the purpose of regulating the traffic when the funeral arrived. There were about one hundred soldiers and policemen, the former belonging to the Northampton Regiment, and the latter being in charge of District Inspector Wilson, Nenagh. The soldiers carried full military equipment, and the police were armed with carbines. This party entered the cemetery and took up various positions in parts of it, the military falling into line along the wall of the graveyard, and a party of police standing a short distance from the open grave. No incidents of an untoward nature occurred, and, though evidences of excitement were visible among the crowd, the impression commonly prevailed that the presence of the soldiers and police was for the purpose of preventing the firing of a volley over the grave, as had been done at the funeral of Mr. McCarthy on Monday last. No volley was fired, though it was subsequently stated that when, at the termination of the religious ceremony at the graveside, the military and the police had returned to Templemore, a party of Volunteers fired a volley over the grave. The prayers at the graveside were recited by Rev. Father Finn, and a Volunteer bugler sounded the “Last Post”. An officer of the Irish Volunteers delivered an oration at the graveside. After the funeral the crowd quietly dispersed.”
The Irish Times reported on March 31 1920:
Nenagh Guardian July 31 1920:
THE RAGG PUBLICHOUSE LOOTED
The Ragg, Thurles, was the scene of another outbreak by police on Saturday.
Four huge motor lorries filled with armed police left Thurles on Saturday at 6 p.m., cheering and discharging shots as they passed through the streets. They started from the police barrack, having it is stated come from Limerick on transfer back to Belfast via Dublin. They continued discharging shots as they dashed along, passing Killinan cemetery and Ballinashow. Arriving at Bouladuff, known as The Ragg, the four lorries halted at Dwyer’s public house, into which they rushed, brushed the attendant aside, and getting behind the counter each man helped himself to as much drink as he pleased. A quantity was consumed on the premises, and a great deal more was transferred to the lorries and not paid for.
When this had been done the party returned to the house, knocked all remaining bottles off the shelves with their rifles and then fired volley after volley for a considerable time through the ceiling.
After making the place a complete scene of wreckage they proceeded on their journey cheering. The only persons present at the time were an invalid man and his niece, Mrs Delaney, sister of the late Thomas Dwyer, the victim of The Ragg tragedy. The house has been repeatedly fired into since the shooting of Thomas Dwyer, and his sisters were so terrified as to leave the house derelict for some time, until they received an assurance from the authorities that they would receive no further molestation.
In the recently released witness accounts in the Bureau of Military History James Leahy of Nenagh, an active IRA member, describes what was happening with the Black and Tans and Police in and around Thurles in 1920. Leahy recounts the murder of Tom Dwyer and the events that followed.
Kathleen Dwyer (Mary Cath Dwyer) 1893-1952 was present the night of Thomas Dwyer’s murder. She was married to Mathew Joseph Delaney. He died in 1919. In 1921 Kathleen, as she was known as, married Denis Bannon. She and Denis ran the Post Office/Pub at Bouladuff.
The Ragg Bouladuff Tom Dwyer’s Plaque
There is also a bridge on the Mall River in Templemore Co Tipperary that has been named after Lieutenant Thomas O’Dwyer.
MARY FANNING baptised 1 Nov 1801 in Moycarkey Parish, father was Geoffrey Fanning and mother Margaret Eviston. Sponsors were William Kearney and Cath Doughan. Father’s name entered as Jeffrey.
RICHARD FANNING baptised 4 Nov 1806 in Moycarkey Parish, father was Geoffrey Fanning and mother Margaret Eviston. Sponsors were James Hewitt and Joanna Haven. Father’s name was entered as Jeffrey.
MARGARET FANNING baptised 30 Oct 1827 in Dunkerrin Parish. Address: Castleroan, father: William Fanning, mother: Ellen Eviston. Sponsors were Pat and Cath Fanning.
UNK FANNING baptised 22 Nov 1705 in Carrick-On-Suir Parish, father was John Fanning, sponsor Cornelius UNK and UNK Burne
EDMUND FANNING baptised Catholic on 19 July 1809 in Drom Parish, his father was William Fanning and mother Judith Fanning, sponsors were William Carroll and Mary Cormack.
JOH FANNING transcribed as Johanna but is JOHN born in Templemore Parish on 22 May 1836 to Michael Fanning and Catherine Keys of Dromard. Judith Keys was sponsor. Catherine’s name was entered as Kitty. This Michael Fanning is possibly the brother of my gggrandfather William Patrick Fanning who emigrated to Australia in 1841. It is possible this Michael Fanning ended up living in Tazewell in America marrying Ellen Phelan.
EDWARD FANNING born in Templemore Parish on 28 Dec 1833 to Michael Fanning and Catherine Keys of Dromard. Sponsors were Steven MacKey and Ellen Kavanagh. Mother’s name entered as Kitty.
THOMAS FANNING born in Templemore Parish on 25 April 1830 to Martin Fanning and Margaret Treacy of College Hill. The sponsors were James and Mary Lynch.
PHILIP DARMODY born in Drom Parish on 24 Jan 1841 to Daniel Darmody and Judith Darmody. Sponsors were Phil Darmody and Kate Darmody. Mother’s name entered as Judy.
DENIS DARMODY born in Drom Parish on 11 Mar 1815 to Patrick Darmody and Honora Dwyer. Sponsors were William Darmody and Margaret Lonergan. Mother’s name entered as Honor.
JOHN FANNING born in Templemore Parish 16 Oct 1880, baptised 30 Oct 1880. Address is Kill Drom and parents were William Fanning, farmer, and Amy Flynn. John has a twin sister Margaret Fanning. Sponsor is Margaret Russell.
PATRICK FANNING baptised 28 April 1848 in the Parish of Carrick-On-Suir. Address given as Ballyrichard Rd. Father was Patrick Fanning and mother Margaret Russell. Sponsors were Richard Hanrahan and J. Cavanagh. The priest was J.Hyland.
BRIDGET FANNING born 3 Sept 1875 and baptised 18 Sept 1875 in Thurles Parish, Address : Clondoty Loughmore. Father: WILLIAM FANNING, farmer, mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY Sponsor was WILLIAM FANNING her father.
WILLIAM BANNON born 12 July 1884 in Holycross Parish, Address : Ballycahill. Father: JOHN BANNON, farmer, mother: MARY FANNING Sponsor was JOHN BANNON his father.
MICHAEL FANNING born 6 July 1910 in Thurles Parish, Address : Bouladuff. Father: LAURENCE FANNING, shopkeeper mother: BRIDGET FANNING Sponsor was MARY FITZGERALD.
KIERAN COSTELLO born 8 Nov 1881 in Littleton Parish, Address : Shanballa. Father: JEREMIAH COSTELLO, labourer. mother: MARY HEFFERNAN Sponsor wasJEREMIAH COSTELLO his father.
JOSEPH FANNING born 8 Sept 1871 in Thurles Parish, Address : Clondoty Loughmore. Father: WILLIAM FANNING mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY Sponsor wasWILLIAM FANING his father.
JOHANNA FANNING born 28 Jan 1864 in Thurles Parish, Address : Lisaroon. Father: MICHAEL FANNING farmer. Mother: CATHERINE RYAN Sponsor was MICHAEL FANNING her father.
JAMES FANNING date of baptism 16 Sept 1842 in Roscrea Parish/district Co Tipperary. Address: Chapel Lane, father JOHN FANNING, mother CATHERINE CONNOLLY. James a twin of Michael Fanning. RC. Sponsors were Tim Grady and Joan Grady.
MICHAEL BROLAN date of birth 5 Mar 1875,date of baptism 8 Mar 1875, address: Lisaroon, Parish/district of Thurles. Father PATRICK BROLAN occupation : tailor. Mother: MARY BANAN Sponsor was Patrick Brolan.
MARY BROLAN date of birth : 20 Sept 1876 date of baptism 30 Sept 1876 address: Lisaroon Parish/district Thurles Co Tipperary Father: PATRICK BROLAN occupation: Tailor. Mother: MARY BANAN. Sponsor was Patrick Brolan.
PATRICK BROLAN date of birth 10 May 1880, date of baptism 15 May 1880. Address : Lisaroon, Parish/ditrict Thurles Co Tipperary. Father PATRICK BROLAN, tailor, mother: MARY BANAN. Sponsor was Margaret Banan.
AGNES BROLAN date of birth 20 Aug 1881, date of baptism 27 Aug 1881. Address : Lisaroon, Parish/ditrict Thurles Co Tipperary. Father PATRICK BROLAN, tailor, mother: MARY BANAN. Sponsor was Patrick Brolan.
JOHN BROLAN date of birth 9 June 1884, date of baptism 1 July 1884. Address : Lisaroon, Parish/ditrict Thurles Co Tipperary. Father PATRICK BROLAN, tailor, mother: MARY BANAN. Sponsor was Hanora Ryan.
THOMAS DWYER Date of Baptism/Birth:21/01/1899 Address: Bouladuff Parish of Thurles. Father: MICHAEL DWYER, shopkeeper. Mother: KATE FANNING Sponsor Michael Dwyer.
LAURENCE FANNING Date of Baptism/Birth: 27/10/1874 Address: Lisaroon Parish of Thurles Father: MICHAEL FANNING,farmer, Mother: CATHERINE RYAN Sponsor: HANORA FANNING
BRIDGET FANNING Baptism/Birth 7/5/1869 Address: Turtulla, Moycarkey, Parish of Thurles. Father: JOHN FANNING, occupation: labourer. Mother: MARY FOGARTY Sponsor: MICHAEL FANNING, occupier.
JOHN FANNING Baptism/Birth 28 June 1872 Address Turtulla, Moycarkey, Parish : Thurles Father THOMAS FANNING occupation: labourer Mother: BRIDGET CONNELL Sponsor Thomas Fanning, father.
I think the John Fanning listed below is the John Fanning from Turtulla of the above birth record. In transcription the 28 could have looked like 13.
CATHERINE FANNING Date of Baptism/birth:29/09/1864 Address: Turtulla. Parish: Thurles. Father: JOHN FANNING, Labourer. Mother: MARY FOGARTY. Sponsor: Grandmother, JUDY FANNING. In the notes Parish of Moycarkey is listed with an *. Does this mean the grandmother lived in Moycarky Parish or John and Mary Fanning?
MICHAEL FANNING date of Baptism/Birth : 15/01/1866 Address: Clondoty, Loughmore Parish/District: Thurles Father: WILLIAM FANNING Occupation: Farmer mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
WILLIAM FANNING date of Baptism: 17/10/1858 Birr Parish/District Co Offaly. Father: WILLIAM FANNING mother: MARGARET LARKIN
*AGNES PURTILL date of Birth : 27 Sept 1895 baptism: 29 Nov 1895 Address: Brickeendown , Tullamaine Parish/District Father: EDMOND PURTILL Occupation: Farmer mother: BRIDGET FANNING civil birth record
*BRIDGET PURTILL date of Birth : 1 Mar 1882 baptism: 3 Mar 1882, Address: Brickendown , Tullamaine Parish/District Father: EDMOND PURTILL Occupation: Farmer mother: BRIDGET FANNING civil birth record
JOHN KEARNEY Date of Baptism/Birth: 01/05/1895 Address: Whitefield, Parish: Moyne Father: Michael Kearney Mother: Johanna Maher Sponsor: Michael Kearney (Father).
JOHANNA FANNING Date of Baptism/Birth: 28/01/1864 Address: Lisaroon. Parish: Thurles. athr: MICHAEL FANNING, Farmer. Mother: CATHERINE RYAN. Sponsor: Father.
PATRICK FANNING Date of Baptism/Birth:19/10/1865 Address: Lisaroon. Parish/District: Thurles. Father: MICHAEL FANNING, farmer. Mother:CATHERINERYAN. Sponsor: father, Michael Fanning. Notes: Lisaroon, Parish of Inch.
PATRICK FANNING Date of Baptism/Birth: 15/05/1868. Address: Turtulla, Moycarkey. Parish/District: Thurles. Father: JOHN FANNING, labourer. Mother: MARY FOGARTY. Sponsor MICHAEL FANNING. Notes: Michael Fanning (Occupier).
MARY FANNING date of baptism: 30/07/1907 Address: Shanballa in the Parish of Littleton. Father:EDWARD FANNING, farmer,and mother was JOHANNA HOGAN. Informant was the father.
JOHANNA FANNING date of Baptism/Birth: 26/02/1890 Address: Gurtnaha Parish: Moyne. Father: THOMAS FANNING, farmer. Mother: JOHANNA COSGROVE.
LAURENCE FANNING date of Baptism/Birth: 6/5/1909 Address: Glenreagh. Parish/District: Holycross. Father: JOHN FANNING, farmer. Mother: CATHERINE DOYLE. Father was sponsor.
JOHN FANNING Date of Baptism/Birth: 1/8/1894. Address: Graiguefrahane. Parish/District: Moyne. Father: PATRICK FANNING, farmer. Mother: MARY BOURKE. Sponsor was Hanoria Burke, grandmother. Have been told that John was one of sixteen children.
ANDREW BERKERY Date of Baptism/Birth: 26/02/1889 Address: Kilrush Parish/District: Thurles Father: Denis Berkery Mother: Margaret Ryan. Sponsor: Nano Fogarty
THOMAS FANNING date of birth 28/2/1864 Address: Skehane. Parish/District of Littleton. Father: MARTIN FANNING. Mother: MARY MAHER. Sponsor was Martin Fanning, his father. I think Thomas Fanning is the father of John Fanning (22/10/1903-01/01/1982) the Irish Fianna Fail politician and farmer, whose birth record is below. I have been told that he is not related to my Fanning family.
More information about this family: Apparently DNA tests show that these Fannings are in the Edmund Fanning lineage. This Edmund Fanning emigrated to America in 1853. My ancestors show the same lineage. So we are related but I have no idea how far back. I was told by my fourth cousin in Ireland that all the Fannings around Thurles are descendants of William Fannin and Sarah Ryan of Lissaroon. Whether this is true I don’t know.
The above Martin Fanning came to live in Skehanna, Twomileborris and married Mary Maher. One of his sons Martin who married Mary Ann Duggan (daughter of Michael Duggan) emigrated to America and lived first in Philadelphia and then Chicago. I do have a bit more info if anyone is interested.
I have birth dates for Martin 22 Feb 1857, Joseph 14 Sept 1860, William and Michael 8 Sept 1867, James 31 July 1854, Ned, no date, but he stayed in Coolcroo and John was said to have immigrated to US. These are all sons of Martin and Mary Fanning nee Maher. These names and dates need checking.
JOHN FANNING date of birth 22/10/1903 Address: Borris. Parish/District of Littleton. Father is THOMAS FANNING and mother is MARGARET FOGARTY. Sponsor was his father Thomas Fanning. John Fanning was a farmer and a Fianna Fail politician for North Tipperary. He was first elected in 1951 and re-elected at every successive general election until he retired from politics in 1969. He died 1/1/1982.
The wedding of Mr John Fanning T.D., and Miss Josephine O’Dwyer was reported in The Irish Times on Friday Sept 28, 1956. I am assuming it is John Fanning the politician:
“The wedding took place at Holy Cross Parish Church,Thurles, of Mr John Fanning T.D., son of Mrs and the late Mr Thomas Fanning, Skehane, Twomileborris, Thurles and Miss Josephine O’Dwyer, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip O’Dwyer, Whitefield, Holy Cross. Best man was Mr William Fanning, brother of the groom, and the bridesmaid was Miss Peggy O’Dwyer, sister of the bride. The ceremony was performed by the Very Reverend P.Harney, PP., Holy Cross, assisted by the Very Reverend William Breen, P.P., Moycarkey; the Reverend D.O’Meara, C.C.,Moycarkey; the Reverend J.Russell, C.C. and the Reverend R. Fitzgerald, C.C., Kilcommon; the Reverend F.Kilnane, C.C., Holy Cross; the Reverend T. O’Keeffe, C.C., Templetuohy; the Reverend T. O’Dwyer, O.M.I., Australia; the Reverend T.Stakelum, S.C.A., and Reverend M. O’Dwyer, Maynooth Mission to China. The reception took place in Hayes Hotel, Thurles and the honeymoon is being spent in the west of Ireland.”
Name: JOHN FANNING Date: 4/10/1857 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: BYRNE MARY ANNE Sponsor: BYRNE EDMUND Sponsor: DELANEY KATE Register: THUR/395 Comments: BYRNE/0′BYRNE
Name: EDMOND FANNING Date: 29/4/1859 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: BYRNE MARY Sponsor: BOLAN JOSEPH Sponsor: DONNELL MARGARET Register: THUR/395 Comments: BYRNE/O’BYRNE
Name: WILLIAM FANNING Date: 12/1/1845 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Address: BALLYERK Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL ANTHONY Sponsor: CANTWELLHONORA Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: HONORA FANNING Date: 31/5/1846 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK other: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL RICHARD Sponsor: CANTWELL MARY Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: BRIDGET FANNING Date: 11/10/1847 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: FANNING MICHAEL Sponsor: FANNING JUDITH Register: T.TOUHY/182
Name: ANTO FANNING Date: 1/4/1849 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL THOMAS Sponsor: CANTWELL ELLEN Register: T/TOUHY/182
Anthony Fanning, emigrated with his brother Patrick, in 1878 on the High Flyer to MaryboroughQld Australia. He was 29 and Pat 18. He married Amelia Lovell and is buried in West Kempsey Cemetery NSW. She died 21 Dec 1890 aged 28 and he died 7 Sept 1891 aged 42.
Name: MARY FANNING Date: 27/8/1850 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL JOHN Sponsor: CANTWELL JUDITH Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: CATHERINE FANNING Date: 12/4/1854 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL JAMES Sponsor: CARROLL MARGARET Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: ELLEN FANNING Date: 20/10/1855 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL THOMAS Sponsor: CANTWELL MARY Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: JOHN FANNING Date: 20/10/1855 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: FANNING WILLIAM Sponsor: CANTWELLHONORA Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: MARGARET FANNING Date: 0/1/1858 Parish: TEMPLETOUHYFather: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL MICHAEL Sponsor: SHANAHAN MARGARET Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: PATRICK FANNING Date: 26/10/1859 Parish: TEMPLETOUHY father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CONNELL WILLIAM Sponsor: FANNING NANNO Register: T/TOUHY/182
Emigrated to Queensland Australia in 1878 with his brother Anthony. I don’t know what happened to him, if he stayed in Australia or returned to Ireland.
Name: MICHAEL FANNING Date: 18/6/1861 Parish: TEMPLETOUHYFather: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: SHANAHAN PATRICK Sponsor: CANTWELL CATHERINE Register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: RICHARD FANNING Date: 24/8/1865 Parish: TEMPLETOUHYFather: FANNING PATRICK, farmeraddress: Lisdonowly Mother: CANTWELL MARGARET Sponsor: CANTWELL ANTHONY Sponsor: CORMACK BRIDGET register: T/TOUHY/182
Name: MICHAEL FANNING Date: 11/1/1855 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL JUDY Sponsor: N.M.S. Sponsor: RYAN MARY Register: THUR/395
Name: JOHN FANNING Date: 9/3/1856 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL JUDY Sponsor: CANTWELL MICHAEL Sponsor: CUNNINGHAM PEGGY Register: THUR/395
Name: BRIDGET FANNING Date: 23/5/1858 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL JUDY Sponsor: MOLONEY PHIL Sponsor: FANNING ELLEN Register: THUR/395
Name: MICHAEL FANNING Date: 25/3/1861 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL JUDY Sponsor: BOYLE MICHAEL Sponsor: MAHER CATHERINE Register: THUR/395
Name: MARY FANNING Date: 2/4/1862 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING PATRICK Mother: CANTWELL JUDY Sponsor: COMAN MICHAEL Sponsor: FITZPATRICK BRIDGET Register: THUR/395
Name: EDMUND FANNING Date: 29/6/1835 Parish: THURLES Father: FANNING JOHN Mother: FITZPATRICK MARGARET Sponsor: CALLANAN WILLIAM Sponsor: CALLANAN MARY Register: THUR/393
Name: CATHERINE FANNING Date: 28/5/1837 Parish: THURLESFather: FANNING JOHN Mother: FITZPATRICK MARGARET Sponsor: CALLINAN MICHAEL Sponsor: FANNING BRIDGET Register: THUR/394
Name: JOHN FANNING Date: 5/7/1832 Parish: LOUGHMORE Father: FANNING MICHAEL Mother: REILLY JOHANNA Sponsor: NMS Sponsor: CARROLL MARY Priest: Register: LOUGH/210
Name: MARTIN FANNING Date: 12/11/1834 Parish: LOUGHMOREFather: FANNING MICHAEL Mother: REILLY JUDY Sponsor: FANNING EDMUND Sponsor: REILLY NANCY Register: LOUGH/210
Name: MARY FANNING Date: 30/6/1838 Parish: LOUGHMORE Father: FANNING MICHAEL Mother: REILLY JUDY Sponsor: BRIEN WILLIAM Sponsor: REILLY MARGARET Register: LOUGH/210
Name: EDMUND FANNING Date: 19/10/1839 Parish: LOUGHMORE Father: FANNING MICHAEL Mother: REILLY JUDY Sponsor: SHANAHAN MATHEW Sponsor: FANNING ELLEN Register: LOUGH/210
Name: THOMAS FANNING Date: 29/7/1842 Parish: MOYCARKEYAddress: DERRYHOGANFather: FANNING MICHAEL Mother: O’REILLY JUDE Sponsor: REILLY THOMAS Sponsor: MULLONY ELLEN Register: M/CARKEY/147
MARGARET FANNING 16 Oct 1880 Kill, Drom. Father William Fanning and mother Amy Flynn Fanning.
JAMES JOSEPH FANNING born 10 July 1866 Roscrea Co Tipperary. Father: MARTIN FANNING and mother was MARY SLATTERY.
MARY ELLEN FANNING born 3 July 1864 Roscrea Co Tipperary. Father: MARTIN FANNING and mother was MARY SLATTERY.
PATRICK FANNING born 7 Feb 1868 / Co Tipperary. Father: MARTIN FANNING and mother was MARY SLATTERY.
THOMAS FANNING born 19 Dec 1869 Roscrea Co Tipperary. Father: MARTIN FANNING and mother was MARY SLATTERY.
JAMES JOSEPH FANNING born 10 July 1866 Roscrea Co Tipperary. Father: MARTIN FANNING and mother was MARY SLATTERY.
MARGARET FANNING born 8 Mar 1874 Tipperary Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: ROSE REILLY
ROSANNA FANNING born 13 Feb 1875 Tipperary Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: ROSE REILLY
ANTHONY FANNING Born c 1849 died 7 Sept Kempsey NSW Australia Buried West Kempsey cemetery. Married 25 Sept 1883 to Amelia Lovell. Emigrated on the “High Flyer” 1878 to Qld aged 29 with brother Patrick. Father: PATRICK FANNING Mother: MARGARET CANTWELL.
HENRY FANNING Born c 1786 Thurles Died 20 Nov 1826 Married MRS HENRY FANNING c 1811 Thurles.
MRS HENRY FANNING Born about 1790 Thurles.
Female FANNING born about 1813 Thurles Parents: MR & MRS HENRY FANNING. Married Thurles unknown CORCORAN born about 1809.
MARY FANNING born about 1812 Thurles died 16 Oct 1839. Married WILLIAM TOOHEY about 1832 in Thurles.
MARTIN FANNING born 15 April 1864 Thurles. Father: THOMAS FANNING Mother: BRIDGET CONNELL
JOHN FANNING born 28 June 1872 Tipperary Father: THOMAS FANNING Mother: BRIDGET CONNELL.
PATRICK FANNING born about 1773 Thurles married about 1798 in Thurles to MARY RYAN born about 1778 Thurles died 20 Feb 1828.
JOHN FANNING born about 1802 Thurles died 2 Dec 1844.
PATRICK FANNING born about 1804 Thurles died 8 April 1884.
JOHN FANNING born 13 Jan 1877 Thurles Father: JEFFERY FANNING Mother: ELIZABETH COFFEY
MARY FANNING born 29 August 1879 Tipperary. Father: JEFFRY FANNING Mother: ELIZABETH COFFEY.
JOSEPH FANNING Born 6 Dec 1871 Thurles. Father: JOSEPH FANNING Mother: MARY CASHEN.
MARY FANNING Born 16 June 1870 Tipperary Father: JOSEPH FANNING Mother: MARY CASHIN.
MARY FANNING born about 1812 Thurles Died 16 Oct 1839. Married c 1832 Thurles.
CATHERINE FANNING Born 29 Sept 1864 Thurles. Father: JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY
MARY FANNING Born 6 Dec 1866 Thurles Father: JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY.
PATRICK FANNING Born 15 May 1868 Thurles. Father: JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY
BRIDGET FANNING Born 7 May 1869 Thurles Father:JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY ( Address Turtulla Moycarkey from North Tipp Gen Record)
ELLEN FANNING Born 1 Nov 1870 Tipperary Father:JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY
THOMASFANNING Born 16 Sep 1872 Tipperary Father:JOHN FANNING Mother: MARY FOGARTY
JOHANNA FANNING born 28 Jan 1864 Thurles Father:MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
CATHERINE FANNING Born 28 Jan Thurles 1868 Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
JOHN FANNING Born 30 Nov 1870 Thurles Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
ANASTASIA FANNING Born 20 Dec 1871 Thurles Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
PATRICK FANNING Born 19 Oct 1865 Thurles Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
SARAHFANNING Born 30 Mar 1869 Thurles Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: CATHERINE RYAN
MICHAELFANNING Born15 Jan 1866 Thurles Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
EDWARD FANNING Born 2 Jan 1868 Thurles Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
JAMES FANNING Born 11 Oct 1869 Thurles Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
JOSEPHFANNING Born 8 Sep 1871 Tipperary Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
HANORAFANNING Born 22 Jul 1873 Thurles Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: JOHANNA FOGARTY
BRIDGET FANNING Born 3 Sep 1875 Tipperary Father: WILLIAM FANNING Mother: CATHERINE FOGARTY
PATRICK FANNING Born 5 Dec 1878 Tipperary Father: JOHN FANNING Mother : MARY LAHEY.
BRIDGET FANNING Born about 1818 Tipperary Died 28 Sep 1865. Father: RICHARD FANNING of Grange Mother: Margaret Ryan of Ballinoglora. Grandfather: EDWARD FANNING of Glanreagh, Parish of Holycross. Grandmother : BRIDGET MAHER of Killough. Married PATRICK MCGRATH born about 1798 Tipperary died 13 Dec 1862.
THOMAS FANNIN Born about 1784 Thurles Died 10 Mar 1820. Wife: HONORA RYAN Married about 1812 Thurles.
MARY FANNIN Born about 1819 Thurles Died 16 July 1827 Father: THOMAS FANNIN Mother: HONORA RYAN
RICHARD FANNIN Born about 1721 Thurles Died 20 Dec 1799 Wife: CATHERINE SHANAHAN married about 1746 Thurles.
BRIDGET FANNING born 3 Jul 1870 Littleton Father: JOHN FANNING mother: ANNE FOGARTY
PATRICK FANNIN born 17 Mar 1865 Littleton Father: JOHN FANNIN mother: ANNE FOGARTY
MICHAEL FANNING born 2 Nov 1866 Littleton Father: JOHN FANNING mother: ANNE FOGARTY
MARGARET FANNING born 5 April 1868 Littleton Father: JOHN FANNING Mother: ANNE FOGARTY.
DANIEL FANNING born 26 April 1872 Tipperary Father: JOHN FANNING mother: ANNE FOGARTY
MARTIN FANNING 28 April 1874 Tipperary Father: JOHN FANNING mother: ANNE FOGARTY
PATRICK FANNING born 29 Jan 1874 Littleton Father: JOSEPH FANNING mother: MARY RYAN
JOHANNA FANNING born 7 Sept 1871 Littleton Father: MICHAEL FANNING mother: ANNE CASEY
WILLIAM FANNING born 11 April 1867 Littleton Father: MICHAEL FANNING mother: ANNE CASEY.
CATHERINE FANNING born 8 Jan 1865 Cashel Father: MICHAEL FANNING mother: ANNE CASEY.
ELLEN FANNIN born 20 Jul 1869 Tipperary Father: MICHAEL FANNIN Mother: ANNE CASY
ANNE FANNING born 3 Aug 1875 Tipperary Father: MICHAEL FANNING Mother: ANNE CASEY
MARY FANNING born 14 Jun 1878 Knockroe Father: MICHAEL FANNING mother: ANNE CASEY
MICHAEL FANNING born 15 Sep 1867 Littleton Father: MARTIN FANNING mother: MARY MAHER
WILLIAM FANNING born 15 Sep 67 Littleton Father: MARTIN FANNING mother: MARY MAHER
THOMAS FANNON born 28 Feb 1864 Littleton Father: MARTIN FANNING mother: MARY MAHER.
ANASTATIA FANNING born 19 Mar 1869 Templemore Father: THOMAS FANNING ther: ELLEN RYAN
THOMAS FANNING born 10 May 1870 Templemore Father: THOMAS FANNING Mother: ELLEN RYAN. Address Kill. Sponsor Anastatia Fanning.
ELLEN FANNIN born 16 Jan 1864 Templemore Father: JOHN FANNIN Mother: MARY CARROLL
The above Latter Day Saints records are user contributed and no sources are generally given, so their accuracy needs to be checked.
*Date of marriage: 3 Mar 1851 in Upperchurch Parish, MICHAEL FANNING married CATHERINE RYAN, witnessed by Richard Cormack & Hon Bannon
Date of marriage: 5 Feb 1839 in Drom Parish, PATRICK FANNING married ELIZA MILLER witnessed by Michael Doolan and Mary Glascock. Patrick and Eliza emigrated to Victoria Australia and settled in Geelong. Patrick died in 1883. They are both buried in Geelong East Cemetery.
Date of marriage: 5 Feb 1846 in Moycarkey Parish, MARTIN FANNING married MARY MAHER, her address given as Borris, no fathers’ names, witnessed by Hugh Fanning and Mary Maher.
Date of marriage: 21 Feb 1841 in Drom Parish, JOSEPH FANNING married MARY LONG witnessed by James Bourke and Bridget Ryan, no other details.
Date of marriage: 14 Feb 1833 in the parish of Templemore, MICHAEL FANNING married CATHERINE KEYES of Dromard. Her name was entered as Cath. Witnessed by James MacGrath and Thomas Ryan. No other details given.
Date of marriage: 12 Feb 1877, in Moyne Parish, PATRICK DEVANEY married ELLEN FANNING. Patrick’s father listed as James Devaney a farmer. Patrick’s address given as Borrisnoe and he is also a farmer. Ellen’s address is Gortnahow, her father was Thomas Fanning, a farmer. Witnesses were John Devaney and Johanna Fanning. Both Patrick and Ellen were previously unmarried. They were married in the RC Church of Loughmore. Patrick’s name listed as Patt. One of their father’s is deceased, can’t tell which one.
Date of marriage: 13 Sept 1821 in Roscrea Parish. OLIVER FANNING married MARYSALMON. Witnessed by Michael Salmon and Winy Tracey
Date of marriage: Jan 30 1827 in Drom Parish. JOHN FANNING married MARGARETRUSSELL. Witnessed by William Purcell and William Russell.
Date of marriage : 10/2/1879 Parish of TemplemoreJAMES HOARE address Ballinlonty, farmer, aged 30. His father Daniel Hoare, a farmer. Married ANASTATIA FANNING of Drom, a farmer, aged 24. Her father was Joseph Fanning, a farmer. Witnesses were Philip Egan and Johanna Fanning. Priest was Rev M Meagher PP and they were married in Drom Catholic Church.
Date of marriage: 11 Sept 1899 Parish/District Holycross. JOHN FANNING address: Glenreigh Beg occupation: farmer husband’s father: James Fanning farmer, deceased. Married CATHERINE DOYLE address: Glenreigh More, her father Lawrence Doyle, farmer, deceased. John O’Brien was the priest and Laurence Ryan and Mary Ryan were witnesses. They were married in Holycross Church. Her name was entered as Caitherine.
MICHAEL BROLAN aged 20married ELLEN WOODS aged 25, on 28 Feb 1865 in Thurles Parish. Both lived in Stradavoher and were labourers. Husband’s father was DANIEL BROLAN, pensioner,deceasedand her father was JOHN WOODS, a labourer. Witnesses were James Hayes and Mary stokes. John Ryan was the priest.
MICHAEL FANNING of Lincoln Place Dublin, merchant,married MARGARET RYAN aged 25, of Main St Thurles, also a merchant, on 10 June 1901 in Thurles Parish. Husband’s father was WILLIAM FANNING, farmer,and her father wasPATRICK RYAN, merchant. Witnesses were Patrick Fanning and Mary Ryan. J.J.Duan was the priest.
Date of marriage 9 Feb 1880 Parish/district of MoyneMARY FANNING of Clondoty father William Fanning, farmer married JOHN BANNON of Ballycahill, farmer, father Patrick Bannon, farmer. Witnessed by John Maher and Mary Butler. Married in Loughmore Church. Both fathers still alive.
Date of marriage 16 Feb 1871 JAMES DEVANE of Nodstown, farmer, bachelor, his father: John Devane. Married MARY BANON at Ballycahill Church. her father was Edmond Banon, farmer. Witnessed by Michael Scully and Bridgie Banon.
Date of marriage 20 Feb 1873 in Ballycahill Church Parish of Holycross, JAMES FANNING of Kill, a farmer, bachelor, full age, married ALICE LONG of Barracurra. His father was John Fanning, her father William Long, both farmers. Witnessed by Martin Eviston and Mary Long.
Date of marriage 15 Sept 1892 in Holycross Parish/District JOHN RYAN of Crossogue, a farmer and bachelor, married MARY FANNING of Glenreigh, spinster. His father was James Ryan, farmer, her father was James Fanning, farmer. Married in Holycross Church, both full age and both fathers deceased. Witnessed by Patrick Gorman and Bridget Dwyer.
Date of Marriage: 09/05/1888 JOHN MULLANY address: Thurles Occupation: Ex.Sergt., R.I.C. Age 47 Bachelor. Father’s name:Patrick Mullany, Occupation: Farmer and BRIDGET FANNING Address: Thurles Age 30 Spinster Father’s name Michael Fanning Occupation: Farmer. Witnesses: Michael Mullany and Kate Fanning.
THOMAS FANNING farmer,address: Clondoty and ELLEN DWYER, shopkeeper, address Thurles. Date of marriage: 01/02/1891.Parish of Thurles. Husband’s father is WILLIAM FANNING, farmer. Wife’s father is John Sheehan, shopkeeper, deceased. Ellen is a widow previously married to James Dwyer. Witnesses were Michael Fanning and Josie Hogan
MICHAEL DWYER merchant, address: Bouladuff, Father:Michael Dwyer,farmer and CATHERINE FANNING, Address: Lisaroon, father: Michael Fanning, farmer. Witnesses: Nicholas Callanan and Sarah Fanning. Date of marriage: 10/02/1891.Parish of Thurles.
JAMES FANNING, farmer, address: Lisdanowly, Moyne. Father: Patrick Fanning, farmer, deceased, and ANNE HOGAN address: Coolkip, farmer’s daughter. Father: Patrick Hogan, farmer.Date of marriage 25/02/1897 in the Parish of Littleton. Witnesses :MICHAEL FANNING and Margaret Hogan.
THOMAS FANNING, cattledealer of Ballyduff. Father: William Fanning, farmer, deceased, married ANASTASIA KIRWIN of New Road. Her father was Thomas Kirwan, farmer. Married in Thurles Parish on 21 Jan 1875. Witnessed by William O’Connell and Joanna Gleeson. Bride’s name was entered as Anto and in transcription has been changed to Anastasia. Johny Butler DD was the priest.
MICHAEL FANNING, farmer of Castletown. Father: William Fanning, also a farmer, married JOHANNA SHANAHAN of Lisdonowly in the Parish of Moyne on Feb 15 1885. Her father, a farmer, was John Shanahan. Witnesses were William Maher and Ellen Shanahan.
PATRICK FANNING ( no address recorded) and SARAH DOYLE (Sally) of Ballymoheen, married in the Parish of Dunkerrin on 4/03/1851. Witnesses : William Fanning and Cath Doyle.
PATRICK HOGAN of Coolkip, farmer. Father: Thomas a farmer, deceased and MARY SHEEHAN of Quarry St. Wife’s father is John Sheehan, shopkeeper. Witnesses are Patrick Hogan and Johanna Sheehan. married 01/07/1875 in the Parish of Thurles.
EDWARD FANNING of Shanbally, farmer married JOHANNA HOGAN of Coolkip on 7/4/1902 , in the Parish of Thurles. His father is William Fanning, farmer and her father is Patrick Hogan, farmer. Witnesses are Joseph Fanning and Winnie(Minnie?) Hogan.
JAMES DWYER of Main St, shopkeeper and ELLEN SHEEHAN of Quarry St married on 23/01/1883. Husband’s father: William Dwyer, farmer, deceased. Wife’s father: John Sheehan, shopkeeper. Witnesses by Michael Dwyer and Sarah Sheehan in the Parish of Thurles.
EDMUND FANNING, farmer,address: Holycross married HANORIA MOLLOY, farmer’s daughter, address :Ballybeg, on 11/02/1902 in the Parish of Littleton. Husband’s father was James Fanning, farmer and wife’s father was John Molloy, farmer. Witnessed by Francis Dwyer and Bridget Fanning. Notes: Edmond. Married at the Roman Catholic Chapel of Moycarkey.
JOHN FANNING, farmer,address: Loughmore, married MARY HOGAN address: Moycarkey, farmer’s daughter on 17/02/1908 in the Parish of Littleton. Husband’s father was William Fanning, farmer and wife’s father was Patrick Hogan, farmer. Witnessed by Patrick Bannon and Sara M Hogan.
THOMAS FANNING of Turtulla, labourer, and MARGARET POLLARD of Stradavoher, servant, in Thurles Parish. Date of marriage: 13/02/1899. Husband’s father: Thomas Fanning. Wife’s father: Joseph Pollard. Witnessess: Joseph Pollard and Mary Carroll.
SARAH FANNING of Lisaroon and PATRICK KEARNEY, an electrician, of Southhampton, England in Thurles Parish on 15/05/1894. Husband’s father was John Kearney and wife’s father was Michael Fanning. Witnesses were Francis Dwan and Statia Fanning. Married in the RC Chapel of Inch.
ANASTATIA FANNING of Templemore to THOMAS MORKAN, instructor, in Templemore Parish on 26/11/1877. Husband’s father was Thomas Morkan, an Army Man and wife’s father, Thomas Fanning was a farmer. Witnesses were Michael Carey and Catherine McCombe.
THOMAS FANNING of Kill, a farmer, married ELLEN RYAN of Clonlismullen in Templemore Parish on 25/02/1868. Husband’s father was Thomas, a farmer and wife’s father was John Ryan, also a farmer. Witnesses were James Fanning and Mary Quinlan. They were married in Drom church.
NANO FANNING of Lisdinowly, farmer’s daughter. Father: Patrick Fanning married PATRICK RYAN of Thurles, a shopkeeper. His father was Thomas Ryan. They were married on 21 May 1871. Witnesses were Patrick Ryan and Bridget Cormack. They were married in Moyne RC Church. On transcription her name was changed to Nancy but I think it was Hanora.
ANNE FANNING of Jail St (Thurles?), spinster, daughter of Edward Fanning, a shopkeeper (deceased), married CORNELIUS RYAN of Barrack St. He was a shopkeeper and his father was Laurence Ryan (deceased), a farmer. Witnesses were James Cahill and Kate Charles. They were married in Thurles Parish on 8 Sept 1868.
The following Marriages were located within the records of the Archdiocese of Cashel and as a result of research conducted by Tipperary Family History Research.
JAMES FANNING and ALICE LONG were married in Holycross Parish 20/2/1873 witnessed by Martin Eviston and Mary Long. The priest was Rev J O’Brien.
On 8-9-1868, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: T2213931 The Marriage of CORNELIUS RYAN and ANNE FANNING Witnessed by: James Cahill and Catherine Charles
On 16-2-1808, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: TH831542 The Marriage of EDMUND FANNING and JUDITH DARMODY. Hisaddress given as Inch her address as The Race Course.Witnessed by: Pat Darmody, Judith Macgrath and William Fannin. The priest was Rev. John Hickey.
On 18-2-1833, in the BORRISOLEIGH Parish Register reference: BORR/673 The Marriage of JOHN FANNING and ELLEN BENSON Groom’s Address: KNOCKANEEVA Bride’s Address: KNOCKAHORNA Witnessed by: CANTWELL MICK Joe Fanning
On 25-9-1830, in the DROM Parish Register reference: DROM/443 The Marriage of JOHN FANNING and JOHANNA MEARA Groom’s Address: THURLES Witnessed by: FANNING PATRICK CARROLL JOHANNA
On 14-2-1844, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: TH561026 The Marriage of JAMES DACRESand MARY FANNING Witnessed by: FANNING PATRICK FANNING MARY
On 9-2-1850, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: TH691294 The Marriage of JOHN DOWDALLand MARY FANNINGWitnessed by: FLYNN JOHN BUTLER HONORA
On 16-4-1855, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: TH831560 The Marriage of PATRICK FANNING and JUDITH CANTWELL Witnessed by: CANTWELL MICHAEL MOLOUGHNEY JOHANNA
On 25-6-1850, in the THURLES Parish Register reference: T2294089 The Marriage of JOHN SHEEHANand SARAH FANNING Witnessed by: O’DWYER MICHAEL CLEAR MARY
On 27-1-1834, in the THURLESParish Register reference: TH831554 The Marriage of MICHAEL FANNING and JUDITH O’REILLY Witnessed by: HODNETT REV P O’REILLY ANNE
On 15-4-1844, in the TEMPLETOUHY Parish Register reference: 614/2185 The Marriage of PATRICK FANNING and MARGARET CANTWELL Witnessed by: CORMACK JOHN MULLANYHONORA
On 21-11-1856, in the HOLYCROSS Parish Register reference: HOLC/301 The Marriage of PATRICK FANNING and MARY BYRNE Witnessed by: CORMACK JIM BYRNE JUDITH
Marriage of JOHN FANNING and ANN RYAN 25/11/1830 in the LoughmoreParish Register ref:L/Mor646 Groom’s address: Loughmore Bride’s address: Loughmore Witnessed by PATRICK FANNING and MARGARET RYAN
On 17/7/1828, in the Loughmore Parish Register reference: L/MOR646 The Marriage of JOHN FANNING and MARGARET KELLY Bride’s address: Loughmore Witnessed by MICHAEL CAHILL and JUDITH RYAN
On the 13/5/1830, in the Thurles Parish Register reference: TH831550 The Marriage of JOHN FANNING and ELLEN O’DEA Witnessed by JAMES RYAN and MARY BOYLE
On the 18/2/1833, in the Thurles Parish Register reference: TH831553 The Marriage of JOHN FANNING and MARGARET FITZPATRICK Witnessed by JOHN DAVERN and MARY DAVERN.
On the 22/2/1852, in the Moycarkey Parish Register reference: M548/669 The Marriage of EDMUND FANNING and MARY O’DWYER Witnessed by JOHN FANNING and MARGARET RYAN.
On the 9/1/1846, in the Thurles Parish Register reference: TH 571053 The Marriage of PATRICK DARMODYand CATHERINE FANNING Witnessed by MICHAEL MAHER and MARGARET KENNEDY.
On 28 Nov 1895 in Dublin at St Marys the Marriage of PATRICK FANNING of Thurles and ANASTASIA CARRIGAN of Ballymurreen Thurles. His parents were Patrick and Mary Fanning and her parents were James and Joanna Carrigan. Witnessed by Hugh Ryan and Mary A Carrigan.
On 6 Oct 1903 JAMES JOSEPH FANNING of Cumberland St Birr, his parents were MARTIN FANNING & MARY SLATTERY, married ANNIE JOSEPHINE POWALL of John’s Mall Birr, her parents were JOHN POWALL & MARGARET O’CONNOR. They were married in St Marys Cathedral Dublin. Witnessed by Francis Norton and Mary Kate Powell.
From familysearch.org New York Marriage records:
On 24 Oct 1909 in Manhattan, New York, New York, America MICHAEL BROLAN married KATIE FANNING. His parents were Patrick Brolan. Her parents were James Fanning and Alice Long.
Anastasia HOARE was baptized on 5 Jun 1881 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Ana Fanning. Her sponsors were: Joseph Fanning & Margaret Ryan.
Bridget HOARE was baptized on 25 Aug 1885 in Drom (R.C.).Her father was James. Her mother was Statia Hoare. Her sponsors were: Michael Moroney & Joanna Quigley.
Daniel HOARE was baptized on 5 Nov 1893 in Drom (R.C.). His father was James. His mother was Statia Fanning. His sponsors were: John Burke & Bridget Quigley.
Ellen HOARE was baptized on 20 Sep 1891 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Statia Fanning. Her sponsors were: James Harrington & Ellen Maher.
Frances HOARE was baptized on 21 Jul 1887 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Ana Fanning. Her sponsors were: James Coffey & Ana Fanning.
Johanna HOARE was baptized on 26 Dec 1882 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Statia Fanning. Her sponsors were: Daniel Ryan & Maria Fanning.
Joseph HOARE was baptized on 18 Dec 1895 in Drom (R.C.). His father was James. His mother was Statia Fanning. His sponsors were: Daniel Moroney & Ellen Moroney.
Margaret HOARE was baptized on 5 Jan 1890 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Ana Fanning. Her sponsors were: John Maher & Mary Burke.
Maryanne Catherine HOARE was baptized on 11 Jan 1880 in Drom (R.C.). Her father was James. Her mother was Ana Fanning. Her sponsors were: Patrick Fanning & Johanna Fanning.
Patrick Edmund HOARE was baptized on 15 Mar 1884 in Drom (R.C.). His father was James. His mother was Statia Fanning. His sponsors were: Edmund Hoare & Margaret Burke.
Daniel HOGAN was baptized on 7 Oct 1852 in Parish of Dunkerrin/Barna. His father was Daniel. His mother was Bridget Cummins. His sponsors were: Silvester Meagher & Mary Fanning. He resided in Castleroan.
Mary DUGGAN was baptized on 16 Jul 1813 in Cashel Parish – CASH/155 (R.C.). Her father was Richard. Her mother was Margaret Fannin. Her sponsors were: John Flaherty & Ann Comerford.
Mary CONNOLLY was baptized on 10 Feb 1828 in Parish of Drom/Inch.Her father was James. Her mother was Grace Spain. Her sponsors were: Patrick Kavanagh & Judy Darmody.
John MORONEY was baptized on 25 Nov 1810 in Parish of Cahir. His father was Edmund. His mother was Judith Duggan. He resided in Barnorha. His sponsors were: John Fannin & Brigid Dwyer.
John MULLALLY was baptized on 6 May 1845 in Parish of Dunkerrin/Barna. His father was William. His mother was Honor Coonan. His sponsor was: Margaret Fannin. He resided in Castletown.
Martin MULLALLY was baptized on 10 Nov 1842 in Parish of Dunkerrin/Barna. His father was William. His mother was Honor Coonan. His sponsors were: Martin Fannon & Catherine Mullally. He resided in Castletown.
John RYAN was christened on 14 Oct 1835 in Parish of Drom. His father was Edmond. His mother was Hannah Shelly. His sponsors were: James Fanning & Biddy Burke.
Some Tipperary Baptisms transcribed by Geralyn Wood Barry in Dublin 1997:
19/21 (First date is birth/second date christening) Dec 1838 Michl Maher, parents: Jno Darmody & Bridget Maher, Lismaken, sponsors: Wm Harold & Mary Maher
13/13 May 1840 William Byrn, Michael Byrn and Catherine Darmody, Behiglass (Behaghglass) Sponsors: John Darmod & Bridget Maher
7/8 July 1840 Andrew, Andrew Maher & Catherine Faning, Oldcastle, Sponsors: Wm & Mary Faning
13/16 Nov 1842, William, John Darmody & Bridget Maher, Lismakin, Sponsors: John Harrold & Catherine Maher
16/17 July 1844, John, Patt Carroll & Sarah Fanning, Loran, Sponsors: John Fanning & Ellen Fanning
10/12 Jan 1846, Edward, JohnDarmody & Biddy Maher, Lismacken, Sponsors: John Mooney & Margaret Sullivan
9/15/1869 Archibald, Benjamin Cooke and Catherine Ryan, of Pike St. Thurles. Sponsors: Patrick Darbody (Darmody?) and Catherine Quirke. Thurles Parish.
12/10/1872 John Benjamin, Benjamin Cooke and Catherine Ryan, of Pike St. Thurles, Thurles Parish. Sponsors: Edward Fanning and Mary Fogarty
8/1/1830 Patrick Fanning, John Fanning and Catherine Shelly, Parish of Moycarkey. Sponsors: Michael Lowry and Sarah Fanning.
30/10/1856 William Fell, William Fell and Nancy Coalblack, Place of Residence : Moycarky. Holycross Parish, Sponsors: Edmund Ryan and Honora Fanning
18/06/1838 Holycross Parish, Catherine Fell, William Fell and Nancy Coablack, Place of Residence: Moycarkey. Sponsors: Thomas Fanning and Honora Fanning.
19/7/1870 Moycarkey Parish, Patrick Fell, Thady Fell and Ellen Mulcahy. Place of residence: Graigue, Moycarkey. Sponsors: Philip Fanning and Catherine Fogarty.
25/03/1819 Bridgid Brislane, Michael Brislane and Joan Kennedy of Kilnaseir, Parish of Loughmore. Sponsors: Philip Dermody and Mary Brenan.
These Baptismal records were found in the RC Parish records for Holycross/Ballycahill by Clare Tuohy:
13/06/1839 Richard Long, Thomas Long and CatherineFanan. Sponsors: Cornelius Long and Bridget Fanan.
21/02/1841 Mary Long, Thomas Long and Catherine Fanning of Grange. Sponsors: Thomas Fanning and Mary Ryan
10/05/1843 Patrick? Long, Thomas Long and Catherine Fanning of Grange. Sponsors: William Tuohy and Honora Fanning.
11/07/1845 Lawrence Long, Thomas Long and Catherine Fanning. Sponsors: Patrick McGragh and Bridget Fanning
5/10/1847 Margaret Long, Thomas Long and Catherine Fanning. Sponsors: Patrick Long and Anny? Fanning Grange.
Catherine’s mother was probably Margaret Fanning of Grange (deduced from Griffith’s Valuation records for Grange). I have read somewhere, will find the reference, that three Twohy brothers married three Fanning sisters who were Catherine Long Fanning’s sisters.