The Genealogy of the Following Families:
The Simon Family of Willebadessen, Germany, and its Descendants in America
The Barcant, Krogh, d'Abadie, and Related Families of Trinidad and Tobago
The Hurd and Clark Families of Kent County, Delaware and Caroline County, Maryland
The Dolan and Carr Families of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland; County Donegal, Ireland; and America
The McGillin Families of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Patrick Dolan- Abt 1862
Name Patrick Dolan Gender Male Died Abt 1862 Seegronan Townland, Killeter, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom Person ID I6306 Simon and Related Families | All Dolans from Seegronan Townland Last Modified 16 Aug 2016
Father John Dolan, b. Bef 1784, Ireland Mother [Ellen] Married Abt 1804 Ireland Family ID F606 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Margaret, b. Abt 1820, Ireland , d. 15 Jul 1867, Seegronan Townland, Killeter, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom (Age ~ 47 years) Married Aft 1838 Ireland Last Modified 21 Jul 2016 Family ID F2079 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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Documents Dolan, John (1805-1883) and others
Entry for Seegronan Townland in Griffiths Valuation for 1859, showing joint tenancy of John, George, and Patrick Dolan. Note tenancy by William Dolan on same page. An Arthur Dolan is also mentioned as an adjacent tenant.
Dolan, John (1805-1883) and others - Seegronan Dolan Family Land Records - 1828-1929
Discussion and analysis of land valuation records for the Dolan family in Seegronan Townland, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
A Patrick Dolan is listed in the 1859 Griffith's Valuation of Tenements for County Tyrone as a joint tenant on Lot #11 of Seegronan Townland in County Tyrone (along with John and George Dolan) and living in a house (designated as Lot #11c) that is adjacent to theirs. Since George Dolan is known as the likely brother of John Dolan, it is logical to assume that Patrick is another brother.
Wife was likely the Margaret Dolan, widow, whose Irish Civil Registration death record records her death, at age 47, in July 1867, based on transfer of Patrick Dolan's tenancy to her, and then from her to Edward Skeagh (see below). A marriage around 1841 is possible, if she were married around the age of 21 years, but Catholic church records in Killeter do not extend back that far.
- In the 1860-1863 Valuation Revision Book for Seegronan Townland, the partial interest of Patrick Dolan in Lot #11 (including his house designated Lot #11c) was transferred in 1862 to Margaret Dolan (who took over the tenancy of the house) and Edward Skeagh. This suggests that Margaret Dolan might have been his widow and that Patrick might have died about 1862. Valuation Revision Books for County Tyrone, Electoral Division of Killeter, 1860-1863, page 20. Online at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland at http://apps.proni.gov.uk/Val12B/Search.aspx, PRONI Reference VAL/12/B/35/14A.
- In the 1864-1879 Valuation Revision Book for Seegronan Townland, the tenancy of Margaret Dolan to the house on Lot #11c was cancelled and transferred to Edward Skeagh in December 1867. This might indicate that she died around this time (and in fact, a July 1867 death record in the Irish Civil Registration exists for Margaret Dolan, widow, of Segronan). Valuation Revision Books for County Tyrone, Electoral Division of Killeter, 1864-1879, page 23. Online at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland at http://apps.proni.gov.uk/Val12B/Search.aspx, PRONI Reference VAL/12/B/35/14B.