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The Family of Michael Byrne and Nappy (Penelope ?) Naughton in Mohorra, Shrule Parish.

Birth of Michael Byrne: Circa 1789 (From tombstone) place and parents unknown.

Birth of Nappy Naughton: Circa 1813 (From tombstone), place and parents unknown

Note:

  • SMFRC listed Nappy as Penelope, however, there is not a single instance of the name Penelope used in the records from 1831 to 1863.
  • Nappy was a relatively common name in the Shrule records. It rarely, if ever, appeared in the records in Ballinrobe.

Marriage: Michael Byrne married Nappy Naughton, before 1831, place unknown

Occupation: In 1865, at the time of the marriage of his daughter, Nappy Byrne, to Mathias Langan, Michael "Berren" (Byrne) was described as a "poor tenant".

Children:

  1. Peter Byrne (c. 1831-1917)

    Peter was born circa 1831 (Based on census information)

    Baptism: No record in Shrule parish

    Marriage: Mary ____, date and place unknown, born circa 1834 (per death record)

    Children: They did not appear to have had children.

    Death of Mary: July 20, 1899, age 65, Mohorra (SMFRC)

    Griffith: Not listed

    1901 Census in Mohorra: Peter Byrne, widower, age 70, landholder, Thomas Byrne

    1911 Census: Peter Byrne, widower, old age pensioner, age 80, landholder, Thomas Byrne

    Notes:

    • SMFRC listed Peter is the "presumed son of Michael and Penelope".
    • He was listed on the Byrne Family tombstone as the "brother-in-law", of Mary Byrne, the wife of Thomas Byrne. Thomas Byrne was the son of Michael and Penelope Byrne.
    • Thomas Byrne was the landholder of the property where Peter lived in both the 1901 and 1911 census.
    • If Peter is presumed to have been older than Thomas, what are the issues that Thomas became the landholder and Peter didn' t ?
    • Since Peter's baptism was not recorded, there is the possibility that he was born before 1831. It is also possible that Peter was not the son of Penelope but was the son of Michael by another marriage.

    Death: August 1917.

    The first person listed on the Byrne Family Tombstone was Mary Byrne, the wife of Thomas Byrne. Peter was listed as "her brother-in-law, Peter Byrne, died August 1917".

  2. Margaret 1833

    Baptism: Margaret of Michael Berrin and Nappy Naughton, Patrick Neal and Kitty Boyle, March 28, 1833, Mohorra

    Death: Another Margaret was baptized in 1844.

    Note: The Byrne Family Tombstone lists, "Mary Byrne died 21th July 1899, aged 65 years". This is either this child, baptized as "Margaret" or possibly another child born to Michael and Nappy.

  3. Nappy

    Baptism: Nappy of Michael Berrin and Nappy Naughton, Peter Lally and Mary Higgins, March, 29, 1835, Mohorra

    Death: Another Nappy was baptized in 1836.

  4. Nappy (1835-1905)

    Baptism: Nappy of Michael Berrin and Nappy Naughton, Thos Swift and Honor Boyle, May 16, 1836, Mohorra

    Marriage: Nappy Byrne married Mathias Langan

    Mathew (sic) Langan, age 21, bachelor, profession, labourer, residence at the time of marriage, Ballinrobe, father, Mathais Langan, poor tenant , married Penelope Berren (sic), age 22, spinster, profession, labourer, residence at time of marriage, Tubbersharre, daughter of Michael Berrin(sic), poor tenant on June I, 1865 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Shrule, District of Cong, Union of Ballinrobe, County of Mayo, Ireland. The witnesses were Thomas Berren (sic) and Saragh Burke.

    Notes:

    • Thomas Berren was Nappy's brother
    • Who was Sarah Burke? There is no record of a Sarah Burke born in Shrule parish. There is no record of a Sarah married to a Burke in Shrule parish. Was Sarah born a Burke or married a Burke?

    Children: Nappy Byrne and Mathias Langan had five children: Pat, Martin, Maggie (Margaret), James, and Bridget. All of the Langans, including Nappy and Mathias, immigrated to New York City in the late 1880s. The children all married and had children of their own.

    For more information on Nappy Byrne and her husband, Mathias Langan, and their chilldren go to Mathias Langan

  5. Winny 1838

    Baptism: Winny of Michael Berne and Nappy Naughton, Martin Varily and Mary Naughton, July 3, 1838, Mohorra

    Other Records:

    • Winny Byrne was the godmother of Nappy and Mathias' son, Pat in 1866
    • No marriage in Shurle Parish
    • No clear indication of emigration

  6. Thomas Byrne (1840-1938) and Mary Biggins

    Baptism: Thomas of Michael Berne and Nappy Naughton, Peter Mulroony and Nappy Naughton, December 18, 1840, Mohorra

    Marriage: Mary Biggins, date and place unknown

    Children:

    1. John (1873-1890)

      Baptism: John of Thomas Byrne and Mary Biggins, sponsors: John Naughton and Penelope Byrne, July 1, 1873 Tubbersharive. Baptismal record from www.shrule.com sponsors from SMFRC.

      Civil Record: June 29, 1873, Cong District, birth, vol. 4, p.44, SMFRC

      Notes on the baptism of John Byrne:

      • This is the only record I could find for John Naughton. See Naughtons now or at the bottom of he page.
      • Penelope (Nappy) Byrne Langan was the sister of Thomas Byrne and the wife of Mathias Langan

      Death: February 7, 1890 age 17 (SMFRC and Byrne Family Tombstone)

    2. Margaret 1875-1956

      Baptism: Margaret of Thomas Byrne and Mary Biggins, sponsors Redmond Neafsey and Anne Conry, March 10, 1875, Tubbersharive. Baptismal record from www.shrule.com, sponsors from SMFRC

      Civil Record: March 9, 1875, Cong district births, volume 5, page 6. Civil Record: June 29 Cong district Births vol. 4, p 44 (SMFRC)

    3. Notes on the baptism of Margaret:
      • Neafsey, no records for the name were listed by www.shrule.com
      • I cannot find either a baptismal or marriage records for Ann Conry

      Other Records: Margaret Byrne immigrated to NYC in 1897cand returned to Ireland several times: 1905, 1924, 1936.

      1897: Margaret Byrne, age 21, servant, Ballinrobe, destination New York, 1 bag from Queenstown on the Teutonic June 09, 1897.

      1900 Census NYC: No clear listing

      1901 Census in Ireland: She was not listed in either the 1901 or 1911 censuses in Mohorra.

      1902: Margaret Byrne was the godmother for Joseph the son of Joseph Walsh and Maggie Langan in 1902 in NYC.

      1905, Visit to Ireland: From Queenstown, September 9, 1905 on the Cedric:

      • Margaret Byrne age 27 Single, servant, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC, 196 E 76th Street
      • Peter Byrne age 25, clerk, born Ireland, Shrule, destination New York, "home" in NYC 1535 2nd Avenue.

      Note The person next to them was, Julia Walsh, 44 widow, Kilmane Ballinrobe destination Brooklyn, "Home" at 283 Carroll Street Brooklyn. Her name was crossed out because she missed the boat. She entered on Sept. 15. she was listed in the 1910 census as a servant at 283 Carroll Street.

      1910 Census: Ward 19, East 82nd Street, Margaret Byrne, head, age 33, single, immigrated 1898, no occupation, Peter Byrne, brother, age 28, single, immigrated 1899, Na, conductor street railroad, Mary Huddy, lodger, age 36, immigrated 1898, waitress private family, Mary Flynn, lodger, age 38, single immigrated 1900, cook family, Patrick Reilly, age 24, immigrated 1908, driver milk wagon

      Notes on Census:

      • Mary Huddy immigrated June 9, 1897, from Queenstown through Ellis Island, on the Teutonic, age 18, servant, from Ballinrobe, to New York.
      • Mary Flynn, age 22, and Mary Flynn, age 28, both servants from Newport, cousins, no destination, May 6, 1900 from Queenstown on the Etruria.
      • Patrick Reilly, age 23, labourer, last residence Headford, mother, Margaret Reilly, Mocarra, Shrule, Co. Mayo, to brother, James Mechanicsville, New York, 5' 7'', dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, traveling with Sarah Higgons, age 19, labourer, mother Margaret of Di---ffard, Shrule, Co. Mayo, to sister Mrs. ____ ich, 208, East 38th Street, NY, 5' 7", fair, red hair blue eyes from Queenstown May 27, 1908 on the Oceanic.
      1920 Census: Maybe

      There are several posibilities. This one fits the best; matching both her age and date of immigration.

      Margaret Byrne at E 77th Street near 5th Ave., Manhattan, with the family of Charles Payne, vic president tobacco, his with and 4 children. There were 5 servants including 3 maids, a cook, a butler and a nurse. Margaret Byrne age 45 Single, born Ireland, immigrated 1897, Alien.

      Naturalization: New York Supreme court December 1923 per passport application

      New York County Supreme Court Naturalization Petition Index, 1907-24, Margaret Byrne Name: Margaret Byrne, Address: 375 Park Ave, Date: 3 Dec 1923, Volume #: 617, Page #: 136

      US Passport Application 1924: Margaret Byrne, single, born at Shrule, Co. Mayo, Ireland, March 22, 1878, father, Thomas Byrne, born Ireland living Co. Mayo, Ireland, immigrated from Queenstown, March 1897, resident of the US for 27 years from 1897 to 1924, at New York City naturalized in the Supreme court of New York, December 3, 1923, permanent domicile in US East Hampton, domestic servant, purpose of visit abroad, visit relatives, Ireland, sailing on the Celtic Jan 13, 1925. age 46, height 5 ft 4 inches, eyes blue, hair grey, address Easthampton, L. I., N. Y. C/o Mr Th Appleton

      1936: Byrne, Margaret age 58, F. s., USP 303 041 Wash DC 6/5/36 naturalized Supreme Court New York 1923 address 1145- 3rd ave., New York on the Sat Louis from Galway arriving New York 15th Sept 1936.

      Return to Ireland: After 1936.

      Death of Margaret Byrne: June 29, 1956, Shrule?? (Byrne Family Tombstone)


      Margaret Byrne from her 1924 passport application.

    4. Peter 1879-??

      Baptism: No record in Shrule parish.

      Civil Record: ?? Peter, born April 26, 1875 (SMFRC, Cong district births vol. 6, p 57)

      Notes:

      • Listed by the South Mayo Family Research Centre
      • Close birth of Margaret above.
      • www.shrule.com does not list this baptismal record

      Immigration 1899: Peter Byrne, age 20, labourer, born Shrule, the Britannic from Queenstown on June 2, 1899 destination, "sister" (not named), at 853 Douglas Street, Brooklyn

      Return to Ireland and Reentry into US: 1905. See Margaret above.

      1905: Naturalization - Byrne, Peter US District court Brooklyn, June 15, 1905, vol. 69 36 Hudson Ave., Brooklyn, accupation R. r. Guard, birth April 3, 1879, fromer nationality English, date of arrival June 2, 1899, Patrick Murray 36 Hudson avenue, Brooklyn.

      Petition: Peter Byrne, Rail road guard, June 15, 1905, witness Patrick Murray, 36 Hudson avenue retired disabled by age rail road guard has know Peter Bryne since 1899 - Peter Byren bornn Ireland, 3 April 1879 immigrated June 2, 1899, residence 36 Hudson avenue, Brooklyn, - he signed.

      1910 Census: Listed with Margaret in 1910. Not listed with Margaret in 1920 census.

      Draft Registration: Did not find him

      Death: I did not find his death in NYC

    5. Michael 1876-1965

      Baptism: Michael of Thomas Byrne and Mary Biggins, sponsors Michael Reily and Bridget Reily, October 8, 1876, Tubbersharive. Baptismal record from (www.shrule.com). Godparents from SMFRC

      Notes on the baptism of Michael:

      • No marriage for Michael Reilly at Shrule.com. There were two baptisms of children born to Michael Reilly and Margaret Reilly of Tubbersharive: Michael in June 1882 and Michael in March 1887.
      • There is one baptism listed by wwwshrule.com for Bridget Reily
        1. Bridget of William Reily and Honor Thornton, Brien Glaherty and Magy Newal, May 3, 1844, Moyne
        However, since there were Reillys in Mohorra it seems more likely that she may have been related to these Reillys and her baptism was unrecorded.

        No appropriate marriage record.

      1901 Census: Michael, son of Thomas Byrne, age 23, see below

      Marriage: Mary circa 1907 according to the 1911 census

      Children:

      1. Thomas, 1908 (1911 Census)

        Marriage: Bridget, date and place unknown

        Children: ????

        Death of Bridget Byrne: 23rd January 1973 (Byrne Family Tombstone)

        Death of Thomas Byrne: 9th July 1984 (Byrne Family Tombstone)

      2. Maggie, 1909 (1911 Census)

      3. Bridget, 1911 (1911 Census)
      1911 Census: See Thomas Byrne below

      Death of Mary Byrne: July 24th, 1917. Listed on the Byrne Family tombstone as the "daughter-in-law" of Mary Byrne.

      Death of Michael Byrne: February 24th, 1965 (Byrne Family Tombstone)

    6. Mary 1882

      Birth: Mary, born July 20, 1882 (SMFRC, Cong district birth, vol. 7, p 61)

      Baptism: None listed by shrule.com

      Death: January 1883, Mohorra, age 4 months (SMFRC Cong District Deaths, vol. 4, p 50)

    7. Unknown

      According to the 1911 census Mary Byrne, the wife of Thomas Byrne had six children, three of whom were still alive (Michael, listed in the census with them was one, John born 1873 is known to have died, Mary born 1882 is known to have died)

    Griffith: Replaced his mother, Nappy Byrne in 1879

    1901 Census:

    Thomas, head, age 55, farmer
    Mary, wife, age 56
    Michael, son, age 23, single

    1911 Census:

    Thomas, head, age 7?, farmer, married
    Mary, wife, age 73, married 40, 6 children, 3 still living
    Michael, son, age 25, married
    Mary, wife, age 26, married
    Thomas, son, age 3
    Maggie, daughter, age 2
    Bridget, daughter, age 3 mo

    Note: Thomas Byrne was also listed on both the 1901 and 1911 censuses as the landlord for his bother, Peter Byrne.

    Death of Mary Biggins Byrne: July 24, 1916

    Mary Byrne was the first person listed on the front of the Byrne Family tombstone.

    "In loving memory of Mary Byrne (Woodpark) who died 24th July 1916"
    Death of Thomas Byrne: August 25, 1938 (Byrne Family Tombstone)

  7. Margaret 1844

    Baptism: Margt of Michael Berne and Nappy Naughton, Wm Laville and Mary Boyle, January 18, 1844, Mohorra

  8. Honor 1846

    Baptism: Honor of Michael Birne and Nappy Naughton, Martin Mulroony and Mary Naughton, March 30, 1846, Mohorra

Michael Byrne as a Sponsor:
  1. Patr of Patr Boyle and Ann Glynn, Michl Berne and Honor Newel, October 15, 1837, Mohorra
  2. Bridget of Giles Shaughnessy and Mary Walsh, Michael Berne and Mary Cavanaugh, March 23, 1845, Tubbersharive
Death of Michael Byrne: July 20th, 1854 (Byrne Family Tombstone)

Griffith: Nappy Byrne was listed in Mohorra from 1856 to 1879 when she was replaced by her son, Thomas Byrne

Griffith Changes: Nappy Byrne (1856 and book 2) #2 a in the Griffith. Nappy Byrne (book 2). Nappy Byrne in book 3 (1860-1861 ish). Nappy Byrne in book 4 (1863-1864 ish). Nappy Byrne in book 5 (1865 ish). Thomas Byrne in 1879 (book 6). Thomas Byrne in book 7 (1883-1897).

Death of Nappy Naughton Byrne:

  • Civil Record: Nappy Byrne, widow of a farmer, age 60, died on November 17, 1877 in "Moharra", of Cancer of Liver, 2 months, certified, District of Cong, Superintentents District of Ballinrobe, County of Mayo. The death was reported by Sally Joyce, her x mark, who was "present at the death" (Civil Death Record of Nappy Byrne obtained from the the Civil Records Office in Dublin, Ireland)

    Note: I do not know who Sally Joyce was. There was no listing in the Griffith for Joyce in Mochara. Joyce was not a name of any of the sponcors of the children of Nappy and Michael Byrne or of the children of their son, Thomas.

  • Byrne Family Tombstone: "Nappy Byrne died 6th November 1878, aged 65 years"


Byrnes and Possible Relations in the 1901 Census

Thomas Byrne, the son of Michael Byrne and Penelope Naughton, and the brother of Penelope Byrne Langan, was listed in the 1901 census in Mochara as follows:

  • Thomas Byrne, head of household, Roman Catholic, cannot read, age 55, farmer, married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  • Mary Byrne, wife, Roman Catholic, cannot read, age 56, no occupation, married, born Co. May, Irish & English speaker
  • Michael Byrne, son, Roman Catholic, can read and write, age 23, farmer's son, not married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker.
  • The census indicates that Thomas Byrne and family were living in a 3rd class, 2 window, 3 room house with 3 outbuildings: cow house, piggery and barn.

    Since the Langans appear to have been living with the Byrnes in 1875 and the number of buildings in the village did not change from 1865, this was surely the same house where Maggie Langan Walsh was born. How strange it must have been to come to a walk up appartment in New York City.

Peter Byrne who the South Mayo Family Research Centre suggests may also have been the son of Michael Byrne and Penelope Naughton, as follows:

  1. Peter Byrne, head of house hold, age 70, Roman Catholic, cannot read, farmer, widower, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker.

James Naughton, who had the same surname and was born about the same time as Penelope Naughton Byrne

  1. James Naughton, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 70, farmer, married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  2. Norah Naughton, wife, Roman Catholic, cannot read and write, age 62, married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  3. James Connell, son-in-law, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 33, married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  4. Mary Connell, daughter, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 25, married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  5. Catherine Naughton, daughter, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 22, not-married, born Co. Mayo, Irish & English speaker
  6. Mary A Browne, boarder, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 20, teacher, not-married, born Co. Mayo, there is a slash in the Irish Language column
  7. Lizzie Browne, visitor, Roman Catholic, read and write, age 10, scholar, not-married, born Co. Mayo, there is a slash in the Irish Language column

  8. Notes:
    • While this was listed as a one family household , in the technical sence of the word, there are at least two families in this house, that of James Naughton and that of his son-in-law, James Connell
    • I would assume that Mary Naughton Connell and her husband, James, stood in line to inherit the land.

The Byrnes in Mochara in the 1911 Census

  1. Thomas Byrne, the brother of Penelope Byrne was listed as follows;
    • Thomas Byrne, head of family, Catholic, cannot read or write, age 7(?), farmer, married Irish & English speaker, born in Co. Mayo
    • Mary Byrne, wife, Catholic, cannot read or write, age 73, married 40 years, 6 children, 3 still living, Irish speaker, born in Co. Mayo
    • Michael Byrne, son, Catholic, read and write, age 35, farmer, married, Irish & English speaker, born in Co. Mayo
    • Mary Byrne, wife, Catholic, read and write, age 26, married 4 years, three children, three still living, Irish & English speaker, born in Co. Mayo
    • Thomas Byrne, son, Catholic, cannot read and write, age 3, English speaker, born in Co. Mayo
    • Maggie Byrne, daughter, Catholic, cannot read and write, age 2, born in Co. Mayo
    • Bridget Byrne, daughter, Catholic, cannot read and write, age 3 months, born in Co. Mayo

    • The first pages of the 1911 census forms listed everyone in the townland. There is a column on these pages for the name of the landlord. Every entry, except two, have a line drawn through the landlord space. One of these two entries listed Thomas Byrne as the landlord of Peter Byrne.

      The census indicates that the Byrnes were living in a 3 window, 2nd class house. The exact number of rooms cannot be determined from the census information.This shows an increase of one window and a class improvement from 3rd to 2nd between 1901 and 1911. They also had an increase in out buildings having added a stable and fowl house.

  2. Peter Byrne was listed as an 80 year old pensioner

Records

  1. Shrule Parish baptisms and marriages (no deaths) from 1831 to 1863 (with a break of several years in the 1850s) on microfilm through the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints.
  2. Parish records from 1831 to 1899 at www.shrule.com
  3. Civil Records, through LDS and Office of the Registrar General, Dublin, Ireland
  4. South Mayo Family Research Centre (SMFRC).
  5. The Byrne Family tombstone in Shrule Parish.

The Name Byrne or O'Byrne

Edward MacLysaght in The Surnames of Ireland, sixth Edition, says

"Byrne (O) Byrne, "O' Broin (bran, raven). A foremost sept in east Leinster, prominent in Irish history, especially in the resistance to English conquest. Byrne is now one of the most numerous names in Ireland."
The O'Byrnes were decendents of Bran (Broen), King of Leinster, who died in 1052. The O'Byrnes were famous in Ireland for their resistance to English aggression. They continued to elect chiefs of the sept (ancient Irish clans) until the end of the sixteenth century and were prominent in the 1798 insurrection.

The name is less common in the west than in the area around Dublin.


The name Naughton

Naughton, Naghten, Nocton, and Norton are derived from Neachtain, a personal name.

Edward MacLysaght in The Surnames of Ireland, sixth Edition, says

"Naughton O Neachtain. (Neachtain, a well-known personal name, may derive from the word meaning bright or pure) There are two septs of this name in the west. There are several variants including Nocton, Knochton, and Natton and the English name Norton is also used.

The Given Names

  1. Penelope is listed as the Anglicized version of the Irish Finola, Finnguala, Fionnghuala, Fionnuala, pronounced (f'un-ual-a), meaning "fair shouldered". Donnchadh O'Corrain in Irish Names says that the name was "extremely popular in Ireland in the later middle ages especially among the O Connors of Connacht, the O Briens, the Mac Dermotts and other families". He says that Finnguala has not been popular since the 1700s, but that the form Nuala is still popular. Nicknames are Penny and Nappy.

    Penelope Byrne was listed as either Penelopa or Nappy in the records in Ireland . She was listed as:

    • "Nappy Byrne" on the baptismal record of her son, Pat, in 1866.
    • "Penelopa" in the baptismal record of her son, James, in 1977
    • "Penelopa" in the baptismal record of her daughter, Bridget, in 1879.
    • "Nappy Byrne" on the civil birth registration in Ireland of her son, Pat, in 1866
    • "Nappy Byrne" on the civil birth registration in Ireland of her son, Martin, in 1872
    • "Nappy Byrne" on the civil birth registration in Ireland of her daughter, Margaret, in 1875
    • "Nappy Byrne" on the civil birth registration in Ireland of her son, James, in April 1877
    In the US records I have found her under Bedelia, Mary, Philomenea, Napper, Phenelepia, Margaret, Penelopa and Mapey. She was listed as:
    • "Bedelea Langan" on the census of 1900 in New York
    • "Mary Byune" on the marriage certificate of her daughter, Delea (Bridget) in 1901
    • "Philomenea Byrnes" on the marriage certificate of her son, Martin in 1897
    • "Napper Burns" on the death certificate of her son, Martin in 1915
    • "Phenelepia Byrne" on the death certificate of her son, James in 1915
    • "Margaret" on the death certificate of her daughter Margaret in 1926
    • "Penelopa" on her own death certificate in 1905
    • "Mapey", on the burial records from Calvary Cemetery

    Variations of names in the records are a common occurrence, but Nappy's are more varied than usual.


Families in Mohorra

For more information on other families in Mohorra see Mohorra Families


To see photos of the Byrne cottage in Mohorra, Shrule Parish, click on the cottage.


To see photos of the Byrne Tombstone in Shrule Parish, click on the tombstone.


RELATED PAGES

For information on Penelope Byrne's husband, Mathias Langan, go to Mathias Langan

For information on the Naughtons in Shrule parish, go to Naughton

For information on Mochara, go to Mochara

To see photos of Mochara, go to Photos of Mochara

The population of Mochara remained static for many years. For a survey of the population of the village, go to A Survey Of The Village of Mochara

Penelope Byrne Langan died in New York City. For information on the Langans in New York City, go to Langans in New York City

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