Andrew Martin Mooney1

Male, #871, b. 29 March 1920, d. 3 February 1992
Last Edited18 May 2016
FatherAndrew Martin Mooney2 b. 11 Nov 1879, d. 4 Sep 1959
MotherCatherine Mary Buckley2 b. 23 Mar 1892, d. 23 Dec 1986
Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
Uncle of Andrew James Mooney
ChartsPatrick Mooney #926
Patrick Mooney #926 Descendants Chart

Andrew Martin Mooney was known as Andy Mooney throughout his life.2 He, son of Andrew Martin Mooney and Catherine Mary Buckley, was born on 29 March 1920 at Woodpark House, Ennistymon, Co Clare,3,4,5,1 and was baptised at the RC Church, Ennistymon, County Clare. His sponsors were Grannie and McCarthy RIC.6 He made his First Holy Communion on 25 May 19297 and was confirmed on 14 May 1935.7

Andy started at the Technical School, Bray, (£1 a quarter up to July 1938) on 20 September 1937.8 Andy was admitted to hospital for approximately two months in June 1942 and was discharged on 13 August 1942.9 He was later employed on Lord Iveagh's estate10 and died suddenly on 3 February 1992 at age 71.2,11

Citations

  1. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 6) (My ref: tm0957).
  2. [S73] Letter from Lila Mooney, 2 Dartmouth Road, Dublin 6, to Tony Mooney, dated 20 August 1994 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0063).
  3. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 24 (my ref: tm0257).
  4. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 44 (my ref: tm0257).
  5. [S609] Monumental inscription on the grave of Andrew Martin Mooney and others (Kilmacanoge graveyard) . (My ref: tm0341).
  6. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 7) (My ref: tm0957).
  7. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 17) (My ref: tm0957).
  8. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 18) (My ref: tm0957).
  9. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 19) (My ref: tm0957).
  10. [S521] Interview with Maureen Burton (informant address withheld), by Tony Mooney, 23 October 2002. (Tony Mooney, notes) . (My ref: tm0271).
  11. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 37 (my ref: tm0257).

Philip Buckley1,2

Male, #872, b. 1926, d. 1999
Last Edited18 May 2016
FatherNicholas Buckley1,3 b. 12 Nov 1888, d. 16 Nov 1959
MotherMary Kinsella4,3 b. 3 Aug 1888, d. 17 Oct 1928
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Andrew James Mooney

Philip Buckley was born in 1926.2 He lived all his adult life in Birmingham5 and died there in 19992 and was cremated.5 He was single and had no children.5

Citations

  1. [S73] Letter from Lila Mooney, 2 Dartmouth Road, Dublin 6, to Tony Mooney, dated 20 August 1994 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0063).
  2. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 4. (My ref: tm0937).
  3. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 26) (My ref: tm0957).
  4. [S488] Catherine Mooney?, prayerbook, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original), after 1920. (My ref: tm0238).
  5. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 7. (My ref: tm0937).

Hannah Black1,2,3

Female, #876
Last Edited27 Mar 2016
Relationship2nd great-grandmother of Andrew James Mooney

Family 1

Child
  • N.I. Buckley1

Family 2

Peter Allen
Child

Citations

  1. [S33] Announcement of the marriage of Andrew Martin Mooney and Catherine Buckley, The Irish Times, date not given (Tony Mooney, original) (My ref: tm0186b).
  2. [S312] Information supplied by Lila Mooney on 18 August 1995 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0099).
  3. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 2. (My ref: tm0937).

Patrick McGrath1,2

Male, #878, b. circa 1838, d. 25 December 1900
Last Edited16 Mar 2014
Father(?) McGrath3
Relationship3rd great-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney

Patrick McGrath was born circa 1838.3

Patrick McGrath died on 25 December 1900 at New Ross, Co Wexford, Ireland, from bronchitis. His death was reported by Jas. P Kennedy his grand nephew.1,3 He was buried at St Stephen's Cemetery, New Ross, Co Wexford, Ireland, in the Kennedy family grave. There is an inscription to him on the headstone which reads:

And of Patrick McGrath who died 25 Dec 1900 aged 56 years.

The New Ross Standard printed the following:

DEATH OF AN OLD REVENUE OFFICER

The death has taken place at New Ross of an old revenue officer, Mr Patrick McGrath, uncle to Mrs P Kennedy, South Street. Mr. McGrath was very old and was reported to be very wealthy. Office and Mass were held over his remains on Thursday, and 20 priests took part in the ceremonies.1,2


Patrick McGrath was a Revenue Officer.3

Citations

  1. [S256] Information supplied by Maureen Burton & Tony Mooney on 7 August 1994 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0071).
  2. [S461] DEATH OF AN OLD REVENUE OFFICER, New Ross Standard, National Newspaper Archives, 29 Dec 1900, 4. Hereinafter cited as New Ross Standard. (My ref: tm0210).
  3. [S708] Copy death record of Patrick McGrath, died 25 December 1900, registered 10 January 1901 in the Registration District of New Ross (General Record Office of Ireland (Roscommon), photocopy, 1900 279) (My ref: tm0424).

Robert Hodgson1

Male, #879, b. 15 October 1842, d. circa May 1904
Last Edited23 May 2016
Robert Hodgson
date unknown
FatherRichard Hodgson2 b. c 1813, d. c Jul 1894
MotherJane Fentress2 b. b 1814, d. c Sep 1863
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998
Patrick Joseph Mooney #23
Anthony George Patrick Mooney #1
Maureen Burton nee Mooney #17

Robert Hodgson was born on 15 October 1842 at 5 minutes past 5 p.m. at Brotherton, Yorkshire. Brotherton is close to the A1 just above Pontefract. The river Aire is close by and runs down to the Humber at Goole.3,4,2

Robert Hodgson lived in Osborne St on 29 March 1865.5

Robert Hodgson married Susannah Pawson, daughter of John Pawson and Ann Land, on 29 March 1865 at St Martin's Parish Church, Hull, Yorkshire, The marriage was solemnized by GWH Taylor in the Parish Church in the Parish of St Martin's Hull in the County of York according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church. The witnesses were Thomas Foston and Jane Hodgson. Robert was a bachelor aged 22 and and Susannah was a spinster aged 21.3,4,5

On 4 March 1879 he was registered as the Master of the keel George owned by his father-in-law. It was registered to work the route from Hull to Goole to Leeds carrying coals, timber and grain.6

Robert Hodgson lived in Hedon, Yorkshire, on 10 June 1883.7

After being the master for ten years he became the owner of the George when his father-n-law transferred it to him on 22 March 1889.6

He transferred the ownership of the George to his son, George, on 16 June 1899.6

Robert Hodgson died circa May 1904 at Sculcoates.8,9

Robert Hodgson was Master Mariner,10 Keel Owner and Coal Merchant.11,8 In various records he has been described as Sailor, Mate, Mariner, Master Mariner and Keelman.4,7,5,12,13,14 The 1892 Hedon Directory of Trades and Professions has an entry under Coal Merchants which reads:

Hodgson Robert (and keel owner), Sheriff Highway

He used to bring the coal into Hedon by barge and selll it locally from door to door by horse and cart. It is said he went bankrupt about 1900.1,11,15,8

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1881Hull dockyardHe was listed as the head of household in the 1881 census in Hull dockyard. The family was living on the vessel George. The census records show the following details:

Robert Hodgson - Master mariner, aged 38, born at Brotherton Yorks
Susannah - aged 36, born Knottingley
John Richard - aged 14, born Holderness, Hedon
Robert - aged 12, born Holderness, Hedon
Joseph - aged 10, born Holderness, Hedon
Ann - aged 6, born Holderness, Hedon
George - aged 4, born Holderness, Hedon
Thomas - aged 2 born Holderness, Hedon3,4,16
1891Knottingley CanalHe was listed as the head of household in the 1891 census at Knottingley Canal. Part of the family was enumerated as follows on board the William and Mary Ann:

Robert Hodgson - Captain M 49 Barge Employer Yorks Brotherton
Robert - Mate S 24 Employee Lincoln (sic) Hedon
George - Boy S 15 Employee Lincoln (sic) Hedon17
190188 Crowle Street, Hedon RoadHe was listed as the head of household in the 1901 census at 88 Crowle Street, Hedon Road. The family was enumerated as follows:

Robert Hodgson - head, aged 59, mariner, worker, born Brotherton, Yorks
Susannah - wife, aged 57, born Knottingley, Yorks
Robert - son, aged 32, mariner, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Joseph - son, aged 30, general labourer, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Thomas - son, aged 23, stone mason, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon
Pawson - son, aged 18, joiner, worker, born Yorkshire, Hedon18
1901Canal, Stanley Ferry Robert and his son Pawson also appeared in the 1901 census at the Canal, Stanley Ferry, as follows:

Robert Hodgson - Head, M, 58, Canal Boatman, Worker, Pontefract, Yorks
Pawson do - Son, 17, Joiner, do, Hull, do19

Family

Susannah Pawson b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
Children

Citations

  1. [S477] Copy marriage certificate of George Hodgson and Miriam Osbourne, married 22 January 1898 in the Registration District of Sculcoates, (General Record Office, original, 9d 177). (My ref: tm0225).
  2. [S581] Copy birth certificate of Robert Hodgson, born 15 October 1842, registered 3 November 1842 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, copy, 12 417) (My ref: tm0316).
  3. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  4. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).
  5. [S605] Copy marriage certificate of Robert Hodgson and Susannah Hodgson, married 29 March 1865 in the Registration District of Sculcoates, (General Record Office, original, 9d 185) (My ref: tm0336).
  6. [S774] Goole Local Board Registration Authority, Register of Canal Boats, 4 March 1879, location not known (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, photocopy, (my ref: tm0487)).
  7. [S598] Copy birth certificate of Pawson Hodgson, born 10 June 1883, registered 21 July 1883 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (General Record Office, copy, 9d 155) (My ref: tm0330).
  8. [S758] Copy marriage certificate of Pawson Hodgson and Eleanor Duncan, married 27 March 1909 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, certificate, 9d 317) (My ref: tm0472).
  9. [S1048] Online index to deaths for Sculcoates (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 22 Jun 2012 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0754).
  10. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). (My ref: tm0230).
  11. [S524] Webpage unknown webpage name (www.genuki.org.uk) "page 5" (My ref: tm0274).
  12. [S663] Copy birth certificate of George Hodgson, born 6 February 1876, registered 9 March 1876 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (East Riding of Yorkshire, original, HED/5/424). (My ref: tm0380).
  13. [S782] Thomas Hodgson & Rose Helen Speck,marriage certificate, Howden 9d 185, 20 September 1902,, General Record Office, General Record Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 2JD, 0870 243 7788. Hereinafter cited as "Hodgson/Speck mc 1902". (My ref: tm0495).
  14. [S1205] Certificate of baptism of Pawson Hodgson, 22 July 1883, Primitive Methodist (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) (My ref: tm0888.SA09).
  15. [S539] Information supplied by Geoffrey Hodgson and others on 20 February 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0288).
  16. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4781,f.64,p.8 (My ref: tm0408).
  17. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG12/3756,f.-,p.28 (My ref: tm0300).
  18. [S527] 1901 national census for Sculcoates, Kingston upon Hull (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4483,f.14,p.19 (My ref: tm0277).
  19. [S749] 1901 national census for England & Wales (National Census 1901 - online, printout) RG13 4282 97 42 (My ref: tm0463).
  20. [S622] Email from Sara McGinlay (e-mail address) to T Mooney, dated 6 November 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) RG10/4778,f.21,p.4. (My ref: tm0353).
  21. [S983] Copy birth certificate of Ann Hodgson, born 27 December 1873, registered 5 February 1874 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, copy, 1874 M 09d 135) (My ref: tm0692).
  22. [S519] Information supplied by Geoffrey Hodgson on 23 October 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0269).

John Osborne1,2,3

Male, #880, b. 2 January 1845, d. October 1882
Last Edited16 Mar 2014
FatherGeorge Forbes Osbourn4,2 b. 11 Jun 1810, d. 9 Dec 1874
MotherElizabeth Baldwin4,5 b. c 1818, d. c Aug 1895
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsThomas Osbourn #1365
Patrick Joseph Mooney #23
Anthony George Patrick Mooney #1
Maureen Burton nee Mooney #17

John Osborne was born on 2 January 1845 at Knottingley, Yorkshire. At 25 minutes to 2 p.m. The birth was registered by his mother who made her mark.2,3 He was baptised on 15 April 1845 at St Botolph's, Knottingley.6

On 7 April 1861 John Osborne was an apprentice mariner later becoming a mariner and then a master mariner.2,7,8,4

John Osborne married (?) (?) before March 1871. John was described as a widower when he married Decephas Houghton.2

John Osborne married Decephas Houghton, daughter of James Houghton and Elizabeth Kent, on 11 March 1871 at St Paul's Church, Charlestown, Cornwall, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after Banns by AA Ferris. James Stephens signed as witness and Susan Yates made her mark. They were described as a widower aged 26 and a spinster aged 21.9,2,4

John Osborne and Decephas Houghton lived at Charlestown, Cornwall, on 11 March 1871.2

John Osborne died in October 1882 at age 37 when the schooner he captained was lost at sea.1,9,10,4 The following appeared in the Goole Weekly Times on 1 December 1882 about the Schooners Onward and Sarah:

We regret that the late storms have been accompanied by the sad loss of life in connection with this Port. Two vessels owned at Knottingley, and insured in the Knottingley Insurance, but registered as belonging to the Port of Goole, left Hartlepool in the fourth week of October 1882, and have not since been heard of.

The
Onward was one of the vessels under the command of Captain J Osborne, a young man who unfortunately leaves a wife and five children, the youngest of whom is but a few weeks old. Osborne has during his career as a Captain, had obstacles of very serious character to encounter, and the consequence is that he leaves a widow, and young children with no provision made for their maintenance. They have literally nothing, and consequently already the sympathies of the benevolent have been awakened on their behalf, and a subscription list opened. Captain Eastwood of the Annie Gill, who has liberally headed the list with a gift of £5-5-Od, has secured the valuable co-operation of Captain Hudson of Banks Terrace, who will receive any further contributions. Mr Meek, Lloyds agent has subscribed a guinea.

In the case of the
Sarah, under the command of Captain Branford [my note: John William], leaves a widow and three young children, but at the time we write we are not in a position to say what are their circumstances.

The following are the details that have reached us respecting the vessels loss and wreck during the recent storms.

The schooner
Onward of Knottingley, under the command of Captain Osbome, on passage from Hartlepool to Mistley, with a cargo of coal has been missing since 23rd October. The Onward left Hartlepool in company with the Sarah of Knottingley, under the command of Captain Branford, also with a cargo of coal for London.

Neither of the vessels have been heard of since, and there is only too good ground for fearing that in the heavy gales that prevailed about that date the vessels left Hartlepool, that they have been lost.11


John Osborne was a Master Mariner.2,7,8,4

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1881BarkingJohn Osborne appeared in the 1881 census at Barking. On the ship Onward from Goole. The crew were enumerated as follows:

John Osbourne, Mar, M, 37, Master, Knottingley, Yorks
Robert Sygsett?, Unmar, M, 21, Mate, London12

Family

Decephas Houghton b. 31 Aug 1850, d. c May 1931
Children

Citations

  1. [S477] Copy marriage certificate of George Hodgson and Miriam Osbourne, married 22 January 1898 in the Registration District of Sculcoates, (General Record Office, original, 9d 177). (My ref: tm0225).
  2. [S597] Copy marriage certificate of John Osbourn and Decephas Houghton, married 11 March 1871 in the Registration District of St Austell, (General Record Office, copy, 5c 181) (My ref: tm0329).
  3. [S608] Copy birth certificate of John Osborne, born 2 January 1845, registered 20 January 1845 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, copy, XXII 4180?) (My ref: tm0340).
  4. [S940] Letter from Ron Gosney, Knottingley, West Yorkshire, to Tony Mooney, dated 4 March 2008 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0651).
  5. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG12/4220,f.-,p.2 (My ref: tm0300).
  6. [S710] Online index to Baptisms for Pontefract District (Family History Online, http://www.familyhistoryonline.net/) accessed on 22 August 2005 (Family History Online, unknown repository address, printout). (My ref: tm0426).
  7. [S670] 1861 National Census for England & Wales (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG9/3433,f.-,p.6,s.28 (My ref: tm0387).
  8. [S695] Copy death certificate of Decephas Osbourn, died 20 August 1890, registered 28 August 1890 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, copy, 9c 55) (My ref: tm0412).
  9. [S526] Online index to the 1881 National Census of England and Wales for Knottingley, Yorkshire (Latter Day Saints, www.familysearch.org) RG11/4585,f.90,p.7 (My ref: tm0276).
  10. [S585] 1901 National Census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4832,f.41,p.80 (My ref: tm0320).
  11. [S941] Ron Gosney, The Sailing Ships and Mariners of Knottingley (not given: not given, not given), page 97 (Tony Mooney, original copy, (My ref: tm0652)).
  12. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/1748,f.30,p.18,s.67 (My ref: tm0408).
  13. [S582] Copy birth certificate of Miriam Hodgson, born 23 March 1881, registered 16 April 1881 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, copy, 9c 93) (My ref: tm0317).
  14. [S694] Copy birth certificate of Decephas Osbourn, born 11 October 1882, registered 20 November 1882 in the Registration District of Pontefract (Tony Mooney, copy, 9c 95) (My ref: tm0411).

Susannah Pawson1,2,3

Female, #881, b. 1 January 1844, d. circa February 1930
Last Edited23 May 2016
Susannah Hodgson
date unknown
FatherJohn Pawson4 b. b 14 Jun 1818, d. 1883
MotherAnn Land4 b. b 1820
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998
Patrick Joseph Mooney #23
Anthony George Patrick Mooney #1
Maureen Burton nee Mooney #17

Susannah Pawson was born was born at 10 minutes past 11 a.m. on 1 January 1844 at Knottingley. Knottingley appears on a 2002 map close to Pontefract and Brotherton. There's a canal which runs through it that goes down to the Humber near Goole.1,4,5 She was baptised on 11 January 1844 at Knottingley, Yorkshire.6,7

Susannah Pawson married Robert Hodgson, son of Richard Hodgson and Jane Fentress, on 29 March 1865 at St Martin's Parish Church, Hull, Yorkshire, The marriage was solemnized by GWH Taylor in the Parish Church in the Parish of St Martin's Hull in the County of York according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church. The witnesses were Thomas Foston and Jane Hodgson. Robert was a bachelor aged 22 and and Susannah was a spinster aged 21.1,8,9

Susannah Pawson lived at Holborn Mount, Sculcoates, Hull, on 29 March 1865 This was near Spyvee Street, New Cleaveland Street and Dansome Lane playground. It was demolished by the council in the early 1970s.

The houses were three stories high and in the middle of the 1900s were let off into furnished rooms. Some of them were demolished in the Second World War when a mine landed on them. In 1879 the houses were mainly occupied by men of professional standing such as ship's captains and accountants.9,10

Note: A monthly nurse is usually employed to give assistance during a woman's monthly cycle or to attend a mother during the first month of having a new-born baby.11

Susannah Pawson died circa February 1930 at Sculcoates.12

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1871She was listed as the head of household in the 1871 census. Part of the family was listed as:

Susanna (sic) Hodgson Head mar 26 Mariner's wife Yorkshire Knottingley
Kate do. Daur 4 Yorkshire Hedon
Robert do. Son 2 Yorkshire Hedon
Joseph do. Son under one? Yorkshire Hedon
Sarah Ann Talbot W? 27 Monthly nurse Hull13
1881Hull dockyardShe was listed as the wife of Robert Hodgson in the 1881 census in Hull dockyard. The family was living on the vessel George. The census records show the following details:

Robert Hodgson - Master mariner, aged 38, born at Brotherton Yorks
Susannah - aged 36, born Knottingley
John Richard - aged 14, born Holderness, Hedon
Robert - aged 12, born Holderness, Hedon
Joseph - aged 10, born Holderness, Hedon
Ann - aged 6, born Holderness, Hedon
George - aged 4, born Holderness, Hedon
Thomas - aged 2 born Holderness, Hedon1,8,14
1891Sheriff HighwayShe was listed as Wife in the 1891 census at Sheriff Highway. Part of the family was recorded as:

Susan (sic) Hodgson Wife 47 Mariner's wife Yorks Knottingley
Joseph - Son S 20 mariner Employee Yorks Hedon
Thomas - Son S 12 Scholar Yorks Hedon
Pawson Son S 7 Scholar Yorks Hedon.15

Family

Robert Hodgson b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
Children

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S598] Copy birth certificate of Pawson Hodgson, born 10 June 1883, registered 21 July 1883 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (General Record Office, copy, 9d 155) (My ref: tm0330).
  3. [S604] Copy birth certificate of Susannah Pawson, born 1 January 1844, registered 1 January 1844 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, original, XXII 459) Susannah (My ref: tm0337).
  4. [S604] Copy birth certificate of Susannah Pawson, born 1 January 1844, registered 1 January 1844 in the Registration District of Pontefract (General Record Office, original, XXII 459) (My ref: tm0337).
  5. [S768] Denise Priddy, Printed narrative, unknown date, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0481).
  6. [S723] Information supplied by Gill Stead on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, email). (My ref: tm0439).
  7. [S755] Online index to Christenings for England (Family Search - LDS, www.familysearch.com) accessed on 24 May 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0469).
  8. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).
  9. [S605] Copy marriage certificate of Robert Hodgson and Susannah Hodgson, married 29 March 1865 in the Registration District of Sculcoates, (General Record Office, original, 9d 185) (My ref: tm0336).
  10. [S612] Emails from various authors (various email addresses) to T Mooney, October/November 2003 (Tony Mooney, printouts). (My ref: tm0344).
  11. [S693] Emails from various authors (various email addresses) to Tony Mooney, 25 January 2005 (Tony Mooney, printouts). (My ref: tm0410).
  12. [S1047] Online index to deaths for Sculcoates (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 17 Jun 2012 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0753).
  13. [S622] Email from Sara McGinlay (e-mail address) to T Mooney, dated 6 November 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) RG10/4778,f.21,p.4. (My ref: tm0353).
  14. [S684] 1881 National Census for England (Cornwall Family History Society, printout) RG11/4781,f.64,p.8 (My ref: tm0408).
  15. [S561] Emails from 'Joanne' (e-mail address) to T Mooney, July 2003 (Tony Mooney, printout). RG12/3921,f.-,p.2,s.11 (My ref: tm0300).
  16. [S983] Copy birth certificate of Ann Hodgson, born 27 December 1873, registered 5 February 1874 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, copy, 1874 M 09d 135) (My ref: tm0692).
  17. [S663] Copy birth certificate of George Hodgson, born 6 February 1876, registered 9 March 1876 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (East Riding of Yorkshire, original, HED/5/424). (My ref: tm0380).
  18. [S519] Information supplied by Geoffrey Hodgson on 23 October 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, notes). (My ref: tm0269).
  19. [S1205] Certificate of baptism of Pawson Hodgson, 22 July 1883, Primitive Methodist (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) (My ref: tm0888.SA09).

John Richard Albert Hodgson1,2

Male, #882, b. circa December 1867, d. 23 May 1942
Last Edited16 Mar 2014
John Richard Albert Hodgson
date unknown
FatherRobert Hodgson1,3 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson1 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

John Richard Albert Hodgson was a Captain.4 He owned his own barge.2 He was born circa December 1867.1,5

John Richard Albert Hodgson married Emma Boulton circa November 1891 at Wakefield.4,2,6

John Richard Albert Hodgson died on 23 May 1942 at Kingston-upon-Hull aged 73 years.2 His body was interred at Preston Road Cemetery, Hull.2

Census

YearPlaceEntry
1891Stanley FerryJohn Richard Albert Hodgson appeared in the 1891 census at Stanley Ferry. He was enumerated on the barge George :

John R Hodgson Crew S 23 Master EE Yorkshire Hedon
Charles W Liversedge Crew s 23 Mate EE do do7
1901Bendles, KnottingleyHe was listed as the head of household in the 1901 census at Bendles, Knottingley. The family were enumerated aboard a vessel at Bindles as follows:

John Richard Hodgson - Head, aged 33, captain, worker, born Yorks, Hedon, Hull
Emma - wife. aged 28, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
Charles Richard - son, aged 8, born Yorks, Stanley Ferry
John Robert - son, aged 6, born Yorks, Hedon
Ethel Alberta - daur, aged 5, born Yorks, Hedon
Harry Clifford - son, aged 3, born Yorks, Hedon
Gladys Emma - daur, aged 10 months, born Yorks, Hedon4

Family

Emma Boulton b. 1873, d. 27 Mar 1945
Children

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S724] Information supplied by Carol Dawson on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, journal report) (My ref: tm0440).
  3. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).
  4. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293,f.60,p.33 (My ref: tm0279).
  5. [S773] Online index to birth for Sculcoates 9d 127 (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on Dec 1867 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0486).
  6. [S1049] Online index to marriages for Wakefield (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 19 Feb 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0755).
  7. [S619] Email from Sara McGinlay (e-mail address) to T Mooney, dated 4 November 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) RG12/3747,f.52,p.35. (My ref: tm0350).
  8. [S529] 1901 national census for England and Wales (The National Archives, printout) RG13/4293/60 (My ref: tm0279).

Robert Hodgson1

Male, #883, b. circa 1869
Last Edited2 Mar 2009
FatherRobert Hodgson1,2 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson1 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Robert Hodgson was born circa 1869.1

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).

Joseph Hodgson1

Male, #884, b. circa 1871
Last Edited2 Mar 2009
FatherRobert Hodgson1,2 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson1 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Joseph Hodgson was born circa 1871.1

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).

Ann Hodgson1

Female, #885, b. 27 February 1874, d. 18 March 1958
Last Edited7 Aug 2013
Ann Richardson
date unknown
FatherRobert Hodgson1,2,3 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson1,3 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-aunt of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Ann Hodgson, daughter of Robert Hodgson and Susannah Pawson, was born on 27 February 1874 at Hedon, Sculcoates, County of York.1,4,3

Ann Hodgson married Pheasant Richardson, son of John Richardson and Harriet Cawthorn, on 4 August 1895 in the Parish Church of Hedon. He made his mark (x) on the certificate but Ann signed her name. The witnesses were George Hodgson and Sarah Elizabeth Brown. They had at least eight children.5,6

Ann Hodgson died on 18 March 1958 at age 845 and was buried at Hull Cemetery.5

Census

YearPlaceEntry
18912 Wilton TerraceAnn Hodgson appeared in the 1891 census at 2 Wilton Terrace. She was enumerated with her employer's family:

Thomas Hill Head M 38 Mineral Water Engineer ER Lincolnshire Boston
Isabella H do. Wife M 37 Yorkshire Bradford
Thomas E do. Son 5 Scholar do. do.
Marion J do. Daur 4 do.do.
Gordon F do. Son 3 do. do.
Jules C do. Son 1 do. do.
Annie Hodgson Serv S 17 General Servant do. Hedon
Emily G Howe Serv 12 General Servant do. Hull7
1901River Hull, LevenShe was listed as the wife of Pheasant Richardson in the 1901 census on the River Hull at Leven, Beverley East. The family was listed aboard a keel as:

Pheasant Richardson, Head, M, M, 27, Captain of a Keel, Worker, Knottingley, Yorks
Ann Richardson, Wife, M, F, 26, -, -, Hedon, Yorks
Harriet A Richardson, Daur, S, F, 5, -, -, Hull, Yorks
John R Richardson, S, M, 2, -, -, Hedon, Yorks8

Family

Pheasant Richardson b. c Jul 1873, d. 7 Nov 1940
Children

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).
  3. [S983] Copy birth certificate of Ann Hodgson, born 27 December 1873, registered 5 February 1874 in the Registration District of Sculcoates (Tony Mooney, copy, 1874 M 09d 135) (My ref: tm0692).
  4. [S762] Online index to Births, Marriages and Deaths for England and Wales (FreeBMD, http://www.freebmd.org.uk/) accessed on 14 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0476).
  5. [S723] Information supplied by Gill Stead on 2 April 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, email). (My ref: tm0439).
  6. [S1052] Online index to marriages for Sculcoates (FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk) accessed on 14 Jun 2006 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0758).
  7. [S620] Email from Sara McGinlay (e-mail address) to T Mooney, dated 4 November 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout) RG12/3951,f.-,p.12. (My ref: tm0351).
  8. [S993] Online details of the 1891 Census for England and Wales for River Hill, Leven, Beverly East, Yorkshire (Ancestry, www.ancestry.co.uk) (My ref: tm0702).

Thomas Hodgson1

Male, #886, b. 1878
Last Edited17 Mar 2009
FatherRobert Hodgson1,2 b. 15 Oct 1842, d. c May 1904
MotherSusannah Pawson1 b. 1 Jan 1844, d. c Feb 1930
RelationshipGreat-uncle of Anthony George Patrick Mooney
ChartsRichard Hodgson #998

Thomas Hodgson was born in 1878.1,3

Thomas Hodgson married Rose Helen Speck on 20 September 1902 at the Parish Church, Wressell, Yorkshire. He was a Bachelor and Rose was a Spinster. The witnesses were John and Joseph Howden.3

Thomas Hodgson was a Stone Mason.4,3

Citations

  1. [S414] E-mail from Sally George (e-mail address) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 April 2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout). (My ref: tm0227).
  2. [S479] Index to the 1881 census for Kingston Upon Hull, compiled on CD Rom at Bedford Library, publisher's address not known (published date not known ). RG11/4781,f.64 (My ref: tm0230).
  3. [S782] Thomas Hodgson & Rose Helen Speck,marriage certificate, Howden 9d 185, 20 September 1902,, General Record Office, General Record Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 2JD, 0870 243 7788. Hereinafter cited as "Hodgson/Speck mc 1902". (My ref: tm0495).
  4. [S768] Denise Priddy, Printed narrative, unknown date, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0481).

Mary Kinsella1

Female, #888, b. 3 August 1888, d. 17 October 1928
Last Edited18 May 2016
FatherPhilip Kinsella2 b. 1863, d. 1926
MotherMargaret Parle2 b. 1861

Mary Kinsella, daughter of Philip Kinsella and Margaret Parle, was born on 3 August 18883 and was baptised on 14 August 1888 at St Audeon's Church, Dublin.2 Her parents lived at 13 John Dillon Street at the time.4 Mary Kinsella was also known as Ciss.5,1

Mary Kinsella married Nicholas Buckley, son of John Buckley and Mary Allen, on 11 March 1924 at the Church of St Nicholas, Francis Street, Dublin, They were both of full age; he is noted as a bachelor and Mary as a spinster. They both signed their names and the witnesses were John J Buckley and Helen Kinsella.6,5,1,7

Mary died on 17 October 1928 at age 405,8,9 and was buried at Mount Jerome Cemetary the next day.5

Family

Nicholas Buckley b. 12 Nov 1888, d. 16 Nov 1959
Children

Citations

  1. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 3. (My ref: tm0937).
  2. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 10. (My ref: tm0937).
  3. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see notes 3 and 10. (My ref: tm0937).
  4. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see Item 2 and note 10. (My ref: tm0937).
  5. [S488] Catherine Mooney?, prayerbook, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original), after 1920. (My ref: tm0238).
  6. [S73] Letter from Lila Mooney, 2 Dartmouth Road, Dublin 6, to Tony Mooney, dated 20 August 1994 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original) (My ref: tm0063).
  7. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see Item 2. (My ref: tm0937).
  8. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see notes 3 and 12. (My ref: tm0937).
  9. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 26) (My ref: tm0957).

Emily Potter1

Female, #889, b. 1889, d. 22 November 1949
Last Edited18 May 2016
FatherRichard Potter2

Emily Potter was born in 1889.1

Emily Potter married Richard James Murphy on 16 January 1917 at Church of St Paul, Arran Quay, Dublin.3 After their son Richard was born in 1922 they had no further children.4

Emily Murphy married Nicholas Buckley, son of John Buckley and Mary Allen, on 10 January 1930 at the Church of St Paul, Arran Quay, Dublin. He was a widower and she was a widow. The witnesses were John J Buckley and Moira Liddy and the service was conducted by J Fitzgibbon C.C. She had been his housekeeper before they married.5,6,1 Emily Potter lived at 39 St Peter's Road, Phibsboro, at the time.2 Emily Potter brought up three Buckley boys presumably from her husband's first marriage.6 Emily died on 22 November 1949 at Dr Steevens' Hospital, Kingsbridge, Dublin, from diabetes mellitus certified.5,7,8

Circa 2016 Emily was photographed outside 11 St Aiden's Park, Marino. With (l to r) Nicholas Buckley, John Buckley and Philip Buckley. Emily was identified by Lila Mooney and Philip Murphy identified the boys and the house in 2016.9,10

11 St Aiden's Park, Marino, circa 1933.9,10

Family

Richard James Murphy b. 1887, d. 1926
Child

All photos

Citations

  1. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 13. (My ref: tm0937).
  2. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see Item 3. (My ref: tm0937).
  3. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 14. (My ref: tm0937).
  4. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 16. (My ref: tm0937).
  5. [S488] Catherine Mooney?, prayerbook, (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, original), after 1920. (My ref: tm0238).
  6. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 22 (my ref: tm0257).
  7. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 13 and Item 3A. (My ref: tm0937).
  8. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 26) (My ref: tm0957).
  9. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). See item 44. (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).
  10. [S1260] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 27 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) . (My ref: tm0938).
  11. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 15. (My ref: tm0937).

(?) Stafford1

Male, #893, d. 1995
Last Edited2 Mar 2009

(?) Stafford married Helen (?), daughter of (?) (?).1

(?) Stafford died in 1995.1

Citations

  1. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See notes 5 and 11 (my ref: tm0257).

Patrick Buckley1,2

Male, #894, d. 4 June 1926
Last Edited16 May 2016
FatherJohn Buckley3
MotherMary (?)3
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Andrew James Mooney

Patrick Buckleyjoined the RIC in 1850. His service number was 14202. He was posted to at County Cork4 and resigned in 1854.4

Patrick Buckley married Catherine Tyrell, daughter of Nicholas Tyrell and Mary Carey, on 1 May 1861 at the church of St Peter and St Paul, Cork City, The witnesses were Robert Gibson and Helen Hayes.5,6 Patrick Buckley died on 4 June 1926.7,8

Family 1

Catherine Tyrell b. 15 Oct 1838
Child

Family 2

Mary (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S507] Information collected by me in September 2003 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, field notes). See note 19 (my ref: tm0257).
  2. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see Item 1. (My ref: tm0937).
  3. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 25. (My ref: tm0937).
  4. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see note 24. (My ref: tm0937).
  5. [S1259] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 26 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see Item 1 and note 23. (My ref: tm0937).
  6. [S1261] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 28 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see item 7. (My ref: tm0939).
  7. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). See item 3 (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).
  8. [S1279] Notebook of Andrew Martin Mooney, in the care of Andrew James Mooney, c. 1922 - c. 2000 (Tony Mooney, photocopies, see page 13) (My ref: tm0957).
  9. [S1261] Email from Philip Murphy (withheld) to Tony Mooney, dated 28 March 2016 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, printout with attachments) see item 4. (My ref: tm0939).

Reverand Owen Quinn1

Male, #898
Last Edited29 Dec 2009
MotherCatherine Quinn1

Reverand Owen Quinn was a Catholic Priest1 and served as a Catholic Curate at Magherafelt, Co. Derry.1

Reverand Owen Quinn died in the Mid-Ulster Hospital aged 51 years.1

Citations

  1. [S508] Private papers of Tony Mooney, Elizabeth Mary Mooney - family papers inc 23 photos, 1850-2002 (Tony Mooney, Moggerhanger, Bedford, originals). See item 8 (My ref. tm0258.EMMP).