Clancy Occupants, House No 4

1911
Cush
Link to original Census form A

SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligion
ClancyMargaret54FemaleHead of FamilyRoman Catholic
ClancyKate27FemaleDaughterRoman Catholic
ClancyDavid25MaleSonRoman Catholic
ClancyPatrick19MaleSonRoman Catholic
ClancyMargaret15FemaleDaughterRoman Catholic
ClancyMary8FemaleDaughterRoman Catholic

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Clancy Memorial at Cush, unveiled August 2020

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Patrick Clancy was killed in action at Derrygallon, Cork on Aug 16th 1920, during the War of Independence

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The funeral of Patrick Clancy took place to Molua cemetery, Emlygrennan on Aug 18th 1920

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Patrick Clancy – Cush, Kilfinane

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Patrick Clancy, Dec 20th 1891-Aug 16th 1920, aged 28 years

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Derrygallon Memorial, unveiled Aug 16th 1970

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The Clancy house was burned some days after the capture of an RAF aircraft on Feb 10th 1921

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David Clancy died on Oct 28th 1955, aged 69 years

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David ‘Davy’ Clancy funeral, also to Molua, Emlygrennan

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Margaret Clancy died on Nov 23rd 1913, aged 57 years

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Anastasia Clancy died on August 5th 1928, aged 37 years

Statia Clancy [http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Limerick/Emlygrennan/Cush/1491677/] received a term of imprisonment during the Civil War, her health breaking down soon after release.

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Margaret (Peg) Clancy died on Aug 20th 1957, aged 61 years

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Catherine (Kate) Clancy died on May 1st 1972, aged 89 years

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Mary (Clancy) Fogarty, last sibling, died on Feb 7th 1988, aged 85 years

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Clancy headstone, Emlygrennan cemetery

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Military Service Pension Collection file – Patrick Clancy

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{Ellen (Clancy) Neenan, eldest daughter, 1905}

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