McCarthy Occupants House No. 2

National Inventory of Architectural History – Sycamore Lodge : https://www.buildingsofireland.ie/buildings-search/building/21905616/sycamore-lodge-mortlestown-co-limerick

Great Limerick Sportsmen: Tom McCarthy – http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/mccarthytommypts1&2.pdf

27th August 2011; Tommy Cooke at the unveiling of the Tom McCarthy memorial in Kilfinane. Tom McCarthy won All-Ireland hurling medals in 1934 and 1936; Tommy Cooke (1914-2014) in 1940.
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1911
Limerick
Link to original Census Form A

SurnameForenameAgeSexRelation to headReligion
Mc CarthyThomas43MaleHead of FamilyR Catholic
Mc CarthyNora38FemaleWifeR Catholic
Mc CarthyKathleen12FemaleDaughterR Catholic
Mc CarthyTom5MaleSonR Catholic
Mc CarthyPatrick3MaleSonR Catholic
Mc CarthyRobert2MaleSonR Catholic
Mc CarthyNoraFemaleDaughterR Catholic
Mc CarthyKate64FemaleMother in LawR Catholic
CondonJulia15FemaleServantR Catholic
GallagherBridget22FemaleServantR Catholic

 

Thomas and Nora McCarthy, circa 1905
Thomas P McCarthy Bio
Thomas P and Nora McCarthy died in 1913 and 1945 respectively, aged 45 and 72 years
Kitty (McCarthy) Barry died on Mar 6th 1963, aged 64 years.
Tom McCarthy died on Jun 14th 1968, aged 62 years
Patrick J McCarthy, state solicitor
Patrick J McCarthy died on Jan 15th 1997, aged 89 years
Robert McCarthy died on May 1st 1967, aged 58 years
Sr Brendan (Nora) McCarthy, last surviving member, died on Oct 3rd 2003, aged 93 years.
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