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Mary Anne GallagherAbt 1883 - 1920 (~ 37 years)
Name Mary Anne Gallagher Born Abt 1883 County Donegal, Ireland Gender Female Died 22 Jul 1920 Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland Person ID I9308 Simon and Related Families Last Modified 13 Aug 2019
Family Henry McGrory, b. 5 May 1883, Finnmore, County Donegal, Ireland Married 9 May 1907 Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland Children 1. Joseph Harry McGrory, b. Abt 1908, County Donegal, Ireland 2. Mary Catherine "Mary Kate" McGrory, b. Abt Aug 1910, County Donegal, Ireland Documents McGrory, Henry | Gallagher, Mary Anne - Marriage
1907 Irish Civil Registration marriage record for Henry McGrory and Mary Anne Gallagher.
Last Modified 13 Aug 2019 Family ID F2904 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Married - 9 May 1907 - Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland Died - 22 Jul 1920 - Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland = Link to Google Earth
Year of birth would be before 1886, given that she was listed as being of full age in her 1907 Irish Civil Registration marriage record. Father named as Denis Gallagher of Finnmore.
Year of birth would be 1882-1883, according to age (28 years) in 1911 Census of Ireland. Place of birth given as County Donegal.
Year of birth would be 1883-1884, according to age (36 years) in 1920 Irish Civil Registration death certificate.
Full date of death given as 22 July 1920 in Irish Civil Registration death record for Mary Anne McGroary, available from irish f=genealogy.ie. Died in DOnegal Union Infirmary, but was resident in Croaghmameal (her residence in the 1911 Census of Ireland). Died of complications of childbirth, placenta previa and post-partum hemorrhage.