The O'Connor family

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    Births and Baptisms of the O’Connor family

    Documents relating to the birth and baptism of O'Connor family members. Included are the birth certificates, photocopies of original baptismal book entries, baptismal certificates and printed material from genealogical websites. Information in material includes names, dates, parents and parish or church.

  • Baptismal certificate of Patrick Connor: Item relates to the baptismal certificate of Patrick Connor, the child of James O'Connor and Margaret Kavanagh. Subject was baptised in 1771 in the parish of Francis street. Item is a copy of the original certificate.
  • Baptismal record of William Connor, 2, 3. File relates to the baptismal record of William Connor, the child of Patrick Connor and Dorothy Coole. Subject was baptised in 1803 in St. Catherine's church, Dublin. File includes printed material from Irish Genealogy website and two photocopies of the baptismal register.
  • Baptismal Records of James Connor, 2. File relates to the baptismal records of James Connor, the child of Patrick Connor and Dorothy Coole. Subject was baptised in 1805 in St. Catherine's church, Dublin. File includes printed material from Irish Genealogy website and photocopies of the baptismal register. Date of baptism is also noted as being 1802.
  • Baptismal record of Julia McDonnell. Item relates to the baptismal record of Julia McDonnell, the child of James and Ellen McDonnell. Subject was baptised in 1829 in St. Mary's church, Dublin. Item includes a photocopy of the original baptismal register.
  • Baptismal record of William Connor, 2, 3: File relates to the baptismal record of William Connor, the child of William Connor and Dorothy McCormick. Subject was baptised in 1840 in St. James's church, Dublin. File includes printed material from Irish Genealogy website and a photocopy of the original baptismal register.
  • Baptismal record of Thomas Connor , 2, 3, 4. File relates to the baptismal record of Thomas Connor, the child of William Connor and Dolly McCormach (Dorothy McCormick). Subject was baptised in 1843 in St. James's church, Dublin. File includes details printed material from Irish Genealogy website and a number of photocopies of the original baptismal register.
  • Baptismal record of Mary Gavin , 2, 3, 4. File relates to the baptismal record of Mary Gavin, the child of Charles Gavin and Mary Hohahan. Subject was baptised in 1851 in St. James's church, Dublin. File includes details printed material from Irish Genealogy website and a number of photocopies of the original baptismal register. Included also is an official copy of baptismal certificate, created in 1920.
  • Birth certificate of William Connor , 2, 3. Item relates to the birth certificate of William Connor, child of Thomas Connor and Mary Connor nee Gavin. Subject was born in 1875. Item contains an official copy of birth certificate. Item is very fragile.
  • Birth certificate of Margaret McDonnell , 2, 3, 4, 5. File relates to the birth certificate of Margaret McDonnell, child of Bartholomew McDonnell and Mary McDonnell nee Carroll. Subject was born in 1879 at Barrack street, Dublin. File contains a copy of certificate made in 2004 and photocopies of original certificate.
  • Baptismal certificate of Eliza O'Connor Item relates to the baptismal certificate of Eliza O' Connor, the child of Thomas O'Connor and Eliza McDonnell. Subject was baptised in 1879 in the church of St. Nicholas of Myra. Item is a copy of the original certificate.
  • Birth certificate of Dora Connor Item relates to the birth certificate of Dora Connor, child of Thomas Connor and Mary Connor nee Gavin. Subject was born in 1886. Item contains a photocopy of original certificate.
  • Birth certificate of John O'Connor , 2. Item relates to the birth certificate of John O'Connor, child of Thomas O'Connor and Mary Connor nee Gavin. Subject was born in 1891. Item contains a copy of original certificate, which was created in 1925.
  • Baptismal record of Rosanna O'Connor. Item relates to the baptism of Rosanna O'Connor, child of Thomas Connor and Mary Connor nee Gavin. Subject was baptised 1894 in the Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria, Dublin. Item contains a copy of original entry in baptismal register.
  • Birth record of Margaret O'Connor. Item relates to the birth record of Margaret O'Connor, the child of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. Subject was born in 1901 in Glasgow, Scotland. Item is a photocopy of the original entry in baptismal register.
  • Birth certificate of Thomas O'Connor , 2, 3, Item relates to the birth certificate of Thomas O'Connor, the child of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. Subject was born in 1901 at Coombe Hospital, Dublin. Item contains duplicate photocopies of the original certificate.
  • Birth record of Roderick O'Connor. Item relates to the birth record of Roderick O'Connor, the child of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. Subject was born in 1906 in Glasgow, Scotland. Item contains a photocopy of original entry in baptismal register.
  • Birth record of Bartholomew O'Connor. Item relates to the birth record of Bartholomew O'Connor, the child of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. Subject was born in 1908 in Glasgow, Scotland. Item contains a photocopy of original entry in baptismal register.
  • Birth record of Eileen O'Connor. Item relates to the birth record of Eileen O'Connor, the child of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. Subject was born in 1910 in Glasgow, Scotland. Item contains a photocopy of original entry in baptismal register.
  • Birth certificate and Baptismal certificate of Helen Margaret O'Connor , 2, 3, 4, 5. File relates to the birth and baptismal certificates of Helen Margaret (Ellen) O'Connor, the child of and Thomas O'Connor and Helen (Ellen) O'Neill. Subject was born in 1930 in Montreal, Canada. File is a copy and photocopy of the original birth certificate
  • Birth certificate of Mary Margaret O'Connor.
    Item relates to the birth certificate of Mary Margaret O’Connor, the child of Thomas O’Connor and Ellen (Helen) O'Neill. Subject was born in 1933 in Francis street, Dublin. Item contains an official copy of original birth certificate.
  • Birth certificate and Baptismal certificate of John Oliver O'Connor , 2, 3, 4, 5, File relates to the birth certificate and baptismal certificate of John (Sean) Oliver O'Connor, the child of Thomas O'Connor and Ellen (Helen) O'Neill. Subject was born in 1938 in Francis street, Dublin. File contains two photocopies of original birth cer
  • Birth certificate of Joseph O'Connor. Item relates to the birth certificate of Joseph O'Connor, the child of Thomas O'Connor and Ellen (Helen) O'Neill. Subject was born in 1941 in Francis street, Dublin. Item contains an official copy of original birth certificate.

    Marriages of the O’Connor family

    Documents relating to the marriage records of the extended O'Connor family. Included are the marriage certificates, and printed material from genealogical websites. Details included are the names of those married, year of marriage and where the marriage occurred. Arranged chronologically in order of marriage.

  • Marriage record of John Connor and Eliz Kavanagh Item relates to the marriage of John Connor and Eliz Kavanagh. They were married in 1809. Item contains photocopy of original marriage register.
  • Marriage record of James McDonnell and Elizabeth Finegan: , 2, 3, 4. File relates to the marriage of James McDonnell and Elizabeth Finegan. They were married in 1823 in Lucan, Dublin. File contains printed information from Irish Genealogy website and a number of photocopies of original marriage register.
  • Marriage record of William Connor and Dorothy McCormick , 2, 3. File relates to the marriage of William Connor and Dorothy McCormick. They were married in 1834 at St. James' church. File contains three photocopies of original marriage register.
  • Marriage record of Patrick Walsh and Catherine Houllahan Item relates to the marriage of Patrick Walsh and Catherine Houllahan. They were married in 1845 at St. James' church. Item contains printed information from Irish Genealogy website.
  • Marriage record of Charles Gavin and Mary Holohan , 2. File relates to the marriage of Charles Gavin and Mary Holohan. They were married in 1847. File contains two photocopies of original marriage register.
  • Marriage record of Bartholomew McDonnell and Margaret Carroll , 2, 3, 4. File relates to the marriage of Bartholomew McDonnell and Margaret Carroll. They were married in 1862 in Clondalkin. File contains printed information from Irish Genealogy website and three photocopies of original marriage register.
  • Marriage record of William Connor and Jane Murray , 2 File relates to the marriage of William Connor and Jane Murray. They were married in 1863 at St. Catherine's church. File contains two photocopies of original marriage register. Language used within file is Latin.
  • Marriage record of Thomas Connor and Mary Gavin , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. File relates to the marriage of Thomas Connor and Mary Gavin. They were married in 1875 at St. James's church. File contains four photocopies of original marriage register, two photocopies of the original marriage certificate and a copy of marriage certificate created in 1914.
  • Marriage registration of Annie Brady and Richard Sandham Item relates to the marriage of Richard Sandham and Annie Brady. They were married in 1879 in Lancashire, England. Item contains printed material from Find My Past website.
  • Marriage certificate of Edward Taylor and Elizabeth Gavin Item relates to the marriage of Edward Taylor and Elizabeth Gavin. They were married in 1881 in Surrey, England. Item contains an official copy of the marriage certificate.
  • Marriage certificate of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell , 2, 3, 4, 5. File relates to the marriage of William O'Connor and Margaret McDonnell. They were married in 1898 in St. Catherine's church, Dublin. File contains three photocopies of an official copy of the marriage certificate.
  • Marriage record of John O'Connor and Annie Sandham , 2, 3. File relates to the marriage of John O' Connor and Annie Sandham. They were married in 1925. File contains original marriage certificate and extract of entry in marriage register. Language used within file is Latin.
  • Marriage record of Thomas O'Connor and Ellen O'Neill , 2. File relates to the marriage of Thomas O'Connor and Ellen O'Neill. They were married in 1928 at St. Nicholas' church, Dublin. File contains official copy of marriage certificate and a photocopy of the certificate.

    Census returns for the O’Connor family

    Census return forms for the extended O'Connor family. Included are copies of Household and Building return forms for the 1901 and 1911 Irish census. Included also are copies of the 1881, 1891 and 1901 British census returns. Information in the material includes the names in each household, location and head of the family. Arranged alphabetically..

  • Census returns for Jane Connor and Family Item includes a copy of 1901 census Basic Household return form for the Connor family on Francis street, Dublin. Jane Connor is stated as head of family.
  • 1901 Census returns for Mary Connor and Family
    1911 Census return for Mary O' Connor and Family

    Item includes a copy of 1901 census Basic Household return form for the Connor family on Francis street, Dublin. Mary Connor is stated as head of family.
  • Census returns for Thomas O'Connor and Family , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Item includes a copy of 1901 census Basic Household return form for the O'Connor family on Thomas street, Dublin. Thomas O'Connor is stated as head of family.
  • Census returns for William O'Connor and Family , 2, 3, 4, 5. File includes a copy of 1901 British census return form for the O'Connor family in Glasgow, Scotland. File also includes printed list of 1911 Irish census return form, when family lived on Bridge street, Dublin. William O'Connor is stated as head of family.
  • Census returns for Richard Sandham and Family , 2, 3. File includes a copy of 1881, 1891 and 1901 British census return form for the Sandham family in Bolton, England. Richard Sandham is stated as head of family.
  • Census returns for Henry Taylor and Family , 2, 3, 4. File includes a copy of 1891, 1901 and 1911 British census return form for the Taylor family in Bolton, England. File also includes handwritten list of those named on each census return. Henry Taylor is stated as head of family until his death in 1901. His widow Elizabeth is then stated as head of family.
  • Census returns for Alice Tutty and Family , 2. File includes the 1911 census Basic Household return form and House and Building Return for the Tutty family in Wicklow. Alice Tutty is named as head of family.
  • Census returns for Lucy Tutty and Family , 2. File includes the 1901 and 1911 census Basic Household return form for the Tutty family on Mespil road, Dublin. Lucy Tutty is named as head of family.
  • 1901 Census returns for James Tutty and Family,
    1911 Census returns for James J Tutty and Family

    Item includes the 1901 census Basic Household return form for the Tutty family on Baggot street, Dublin. James Tutty is named as head of family.
  • Census returns for William Tutty , 2. File includes the 1901 census Basic Household return form and House and Building Return for the home of William Tutty in Wexford. William Tutty is named as head of family.

    Deaths in the O’Connor family

    Documents relating to the deaths within the O’Connor family. Included are details of memorials, death notices in newspapers and death certificates. .

  • Memorials for McCormick Family: , 2.
    Item relates to headstone memorials erected of a memorial for the McCormick Family. Item includes material relating to the erection of a memorial for Martha McCormick, died 1830, and her children Eliza, Selina and Julia. Also the erection of a memorial by Mary McCormack (McCormick) for her husband Daniel who died 1852.
  • Memorial and newspaper article for death of John Connor: , 2.
    File relates to the death of John Connor who died in 1861 in England. File includes material relating to erection of a memorial by subject's father William Connor and a printed copy of article in the Freeman's Journal outlining subject's death.
  • Death notice of Robert Tutty
    Item relates to the death of Robert Tutty who died in 1873. Item includes a printed copy of a newspaper article announcing subject's death and funeral details.
  • Death certificate of Anna Connor: , 2, 3.
    File relates to the death of Anna Connor who died in 1873. File includes two copies of subject's death certificate and printed information from Irish Genealogy website.
  • Death certificate of William Connor
    Item relates to the death of William Connor who died in 1874. Item includes a photocopy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Dora Connor:
    Item relates to the death of Dora Connor who died in 1874. Item includes a photocopy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Peter Nicholas Tutty:
    Item relates to the death of Peter Nicholas Tutty who died in 1887. Item includes a printed copy of article in Freeman's Journal announcing subject's death and funeral details.
  • Death certificate of William Connor
    Item relates to the death of William Connor who died in 1879. Item includes two photocopies of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Annie Sandham
    Item relates to the death of Annie Sandham who died in 1887. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Registration of Henry Taylor's death
    Item relates to the registration of the death of Henry Taylor who died in 1908. Item includes printed information from Find My Past website. Details include subject's name, age at death, registration district and year of registrations.
  • Death certificate of Roderick O'Connor
    Item relates to the death of Roderick O'Connor who died in 1909. Item includes a photocopy of subject's death in Register of Deaths.
  • Death certificate of John O'Neill:
    Item relates to the death of John O'Neill who died in 1927. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Ellen Margaret O'Connor and entry in Cemetery Book: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
    File relates to the death of Ellen Margaret O'Connor who died in 1930. File includes an official copy of subject's death certificate. File also includes a photocopy of subject's entry in the cemetery book at the Basilica of Notre Dame, Canada. File also includes photographs of the original cemetery book.
  • Death certificate of Margaret O'Connor:
    , 2, 3, 4. File relates to the death of Margaret O'Connor who died in 1952. File includes an official copy and two photocopies of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Joseph O'Connor
    Item relates to the death of Joseph O'Connor who died in 1955. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of William O'Connor: , 2, 3, 4.
    File relates to the death of William O'Connor who died in 1963. File includes two official copies and two photocopies of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of John O'Connor: , 2,
    Item relates to the death of John O'Connor who died in 1958. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Thomas O'Connor:
    Item relates to the death of Thomas O'Connor who died in 1976. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Rose O'Connor:
    Item relates to the death of Rose O'Connor who died in 1978. Item includes a copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Bart O'Connor:
    Item relates to the death of Bart(holomew) O'Connor who died in 1983. Item includes a copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death certificate of Ellen O' Connor:
    Item relates to the death of Ellen O'Connor who died in 1989. Item includes an official copy of subject's death certificate.
  • Death notice of William O'Connor: , 2.
    Item relates to the death of William (Billy) O'Connor who died in 2012. Item includes two photocopies of the announcement of subject's death notice in the Sydney Telegraph.

    Burial and Graves

    Material relating to the burial and the purchase of family graves. Included are family grave details of the O’Connor family at Glasnevin cemetery, the purchase of grants of right of burial, receipts for payment of burial fees. Included also are funeral details and a map of Mount Jerome cemetery..

  • Burial details of Mary Gavin
    Item contains printed information from Irish Genealogy website relating to the burial of Mary Gavin, buried in 1830. Item also includes handwritten notes which outline the burial details of the remaining Gavin family.
  • Grave details of Connor family: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
    File relates to the Connor graves at Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. File includes material from the Glasnevin Trust website. Included in the file is information relating to the names, ages and addresses of those buried. Burial dates range from 1838 - 1874.
  • Grave details of Gavin family: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
    File relates to the Gavin graves at Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. File includes material from the Glasnevin Trust website. Included in the file is information relating to the names, ages and addresses of those buried. Burial dates range from 1862 - 1932.
  • Grave details of McDonnell family: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
    File relates to the McDonnell graves at Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. File includes material from the Glasnevin Trust website. Included in the file is information relating to the names, ages and addresses of those buried. Burial dates range from 1843 - 1920.
  • Grave details of Tutty family: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.
    File relates to the Tutty graves at Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. File includes material from the Glasnevin Trust website. Included in the file is information relating to the names, ages and addresses of those buried. Burial dates range from 1850 - 1937.
  • Grave details of Tutty and Weldon family: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.
    File relates to the Tutty and Weldon graves at Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin. File includes material from the Glasnevin Trust website. Included in the file is information relating to the names, ages and addresses of those buried. Burial dates range from 1933 - 1960. File also includes registration of death of Alfred Tutty and Dora Tutty and death notice of Michael Weldon who died 1947.
  • Grant of Right of Burial in Prospect Cemetery for Bartholomew McDonnell: , 2, 3, 4.
    File relates to the purchase of a grant of right for Bartholomew McDonnell to be buried in Prospect (Glasnevin) cemetery in 1872. File also includes two photocopies of grant. File also includes receipt of registry charge for entry in Registry of Grants.
  • Grant of Right of Burial in Prospect Cemetery for Kate McDonnell: , 2, 3.
    File relates to the purchase of a grant of right for Kate McDonnell to be buried in Prospect (Glasnevin) cemetery in 1895. File also includes two photocopies of grant.
  • 'Grant of Exclusive Right of Burial' for Sandham family: , 2.
    Item relates to the purchase of a grant of right for Annie Sandham to be buried in Heaton cemetery, Bolton, England (1907). This grant contains the seal of Bolton Borough. Item also contains an extract of entry of the Sandham family grave in the Register of Purchased Family Graves. Item contains details of the Sandham family members buried in the family grave plot in Bolton, England.
  • Receipt of payment for burial of Catherine O'Connor
    Item relates to the receipt of payment by Margaret O'Connor for the burial fees of Catherine O'Connor in at Prospect (Glasnevin) cemetery.
  • Receipt of payment for burial of Margaret O'Connor: , 2, 3, 4, 5.
    Item relates to the receipt of payment for the burial fees of Margaret O'Connor, in 1952 at Mount Jerome cemetery. Item is damaged.
  • Receipt of payment for burial of Joseph O'Connor: , 2, 3, 4, 5.
    Item relates to the receipt of payment by Thomas O'Connor for the burial fees of Joseph O'Connor in at Mount Jerome cemetery. Item also includes a perpetuity receipt (1955) for the grave plot.
  • Receipt of funeral expenses for William O'Connor: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
    File relates to funeral expenses of William O'Connor. File also includes the receipt of payment by William O'Connor for medical treatment (1958) he received at Mercer's Hospital, Dublin, prior to his death.
  • Miscellaneous burial material:
    Memorial card and grave details of Thomas O'Connor, 2, 3.
    Map of Mount Jerome Cemetery
    Funeral details of William O'Connor 2, 3, 4, 5: File relates to funeral of William O’Connor, died 2012. File includes funeral programme, death notice in the Sydney Telegraph and a handwritten letter from subject’s brother Thomas O’Connor to Sean O’Connor
    Overall miscellaneous material relating to the burial of O'Connor family members. Included is a memorial card and grave details of Thomas O'Connor (1976), the funeral details following the death of William O'Connor and a map of Mount Jerome cemetery [2011].
  • Mount Jerome cemetery.
    File includes two copies of map of Mount Jerome cemetery, Dublin. File includes a grave plot of interest which is marked on one map and highlighted.


    Bound material of the O’Connors

    The bound material owned by various members of the O’Connor family. Sub-series includes two diaries (1871), a ‘Soldier's Small Book’ (1902), the drawing book of Bartholomew O’Connor (1924) and a rent book (1968).
  • Diary kept by O’Connor family
    File relates to a journal kept by the O’Connor family over generations. File includes short handwritten accounts of family events such a death, marriages and births and also daily matters written by various O’Connor family members. File also includes a typed transcription of the diary. Not online.
  • Soldier's Small Book: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, '17', 18, 19', 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.
    File relates to the guidebook owned by Thomas O'Connor, who was a member of the Royal Engineers. File includes Mr. O'Connor's age, physical description and next of kin as well general guidelines for a soldier. File also includes five miniature photographs of locations visited by the Royal Engineers, including the Suez Canal and Ismaina, Israel.
  • Members Subscription Book: , 2, 3, 4, 5.
    Item relates to a subscription book of the Royal Liver Friendly Society, which was first issued to Margaret O'Connor in 1911. Item includes the names of the O'Connor family who were subscribing members and amounts of money owed for each subscription.
  • Drawing book of Bartholomew O'Connor: , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
    File relates to a collection of Bartholomew O'Connor's sketches. File includes a drawing book and loose drawings, depicting people and inanimate objects as well as the O'Connor family "crest".
  • Rent Book of Patrick Dolan : , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
    Item relates to the payment of rent by Patrick Dolan, of 130 Francis street, Dublin. Item includes details of the date, amount of money and by whom the rent payments were received by.

    Original material of the O’Connor family

    Sub-series relates to original documents owned by various O’Connor family members. Included are vaccination certificates and a 5% registered certificate for Michael Collins. Included also is a sub-sub series of certificates awarded to John V O’Connor (Sean O’Connor). Documents relating to research conducted primarily by Sean O’Connor on different aspects of the O’Connor family and constructing an O’Connor family tree. Included are memories and notes of the childhoods of various family members. Included also are the source material on research of the Tutty family, the Copley family and the O’Connor link with the 1798 rebellion. Included also are email correspondence between Sean O’Connor and various individuals discussing his research and sharing further information on the family.
  • Medical Certificate of Successful Vaccination for Dora Connor, 2,
    Item relates the successful vaccination of Dora Connor, child of Mary Connor, under the Compulsory Vaccination Acts, 1863 and 1879. Item includes a certificate of vaccination and signature of the medical officer
  • Certificate of William Connor for Admittance into the Confraternity of the Holy Family,
    Item relates to a certificate admitting William Connor into Confraternity of the Holy Family. Item contains the prayer of the Act of Consecration, which is surrounded by coloured illustration of the Holy Family in various biblical scenes such as the birth of Christ. Item is mounted. Item is also oversized.
  • Remembrance of the first Communion and Confirmation of John O'Connor,
    Item relates to the remembrance of John O'Connor receiving his first Communion (1903) and Confirmation (1904). Item includes an illustration of the sacraments of baptism, first communion and confirmation with the details of the subject written underneath.
  • Five percent Registered Certificate from William O'Connor to Michael Collins,
    Item relates the receipt of an issued ten shillings by William O'Connor to the minister of finance Michael O Coileain (Michael Collins) and the government of the Irish Republic.
  • Postcard from Mary O'Connor to her mother, 2,
    Item relates a postcard sent from Ciss (Mary) O'Connor to her mother Mary O'Connor nee Gavin. Item includes the [Parkers] address in Manchester.
  • Union card of William O'Connor, 2, 3,
    Item relates the Society of Wood-cutting Machinists union card owned by William (Bill) O'Connor. Date of entrance into the union is noted as 2 June 1930.
  • Rose press by Helen O'Connor,
    Item refers to a rose press by Helen O'Connor while in Montreal, Canada. Item is undated.
  • Postcard from J O'Connor to Dorothy O'Connor, 2,
    Item refers to postcard sent from J O'Connor to Dorothy O'Connor, Thomas street, Dublin, outlining that he is good health. The verso contains colourful illustration of a couple in a car.
  • Union of Vehicle Builders Handbook and memorial card of John Kennedy, 2,
    File includes the handbook of guidance by the National Union of Vehicle Builders. File also includes the memorial card of John Kennedy, husband of Peggy O'Connor who died in 1995.
  • Certificates of Ellen O'Connor, 2,
    File relates the certificates received by Eibhlin O Conchobhair (Ellen O'Connor) in second level education. File includes a certificate of completion of the Sixth Standard Programme (1943) and the Intermediate certificate (1946).
  • Department of Transport tickets and receipt for Lucan dairies., 2, 3,
    File includes two transport tickets, one 3 pence and one 8 pence. Includes also a receipt for the Lucan Dairies (1959) in Parkgate Dublin.
  • Article in the Guinness Harp magazine on Rory O'Connor,
    Item relates to  an article in the Guinness Harp magazine entitled 'Brewery People' which outlines Rory O'Connor's achievement of having won first prize for novice's water colour painting and the Dresser trophy for the best exhibit.
  • Letter from Peg O'Connor to Tom O'Connor, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    Item relates to a personal handwritten letter sent from Peg (Margaret) to her brother Tom O'Connor. Letter contains family news and events, including the death of their father Thomas and the Hudson wedding.
  • Message for John O'Connor relating to overdraft accommodation,
    Item relates to a message for John O'Connor relating to financial matters and Louis Jordon. Note: Personal information disclosed. Record closed until 2057
  • Poem written by Joseph O'Connor, 2,
    Item relates the poem 'Pontius Pilate Remembers Easter, which was written by Joseph O'Connor (2009). Note: © Joseph O'Connor.
  • Certificates of John Vincent O'Connor, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
    Included are the certificates awarded to John Vincent O'Connor, the profession name under which Sean O'Connor worked. Certificates include the passing of Sixth Class exams (1950), Certificate of election as Fellow of the Institute of Structural Engineers (1973) and Certificate of Doctorate in Science (1978). Arranged chronologically.
  • Certificate of Passing Sixth Class exams, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
    Item relates to the certificate from the Christian Brother's which confirms that Sean O'Connor passed his sixth class exams and came fifth place overall. Certificate is signed by his teacher Brother Devane. Item is in a cardboard frame. Item is torn and is fragile.
  • Certificate of Chartered Engineer,
    Item relates to the award given by the Council of Engineering Institutions to John Vincent O'Connor. Item is oversized.
  • Certificate of President's Award,
    Item relates to the award given by the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland to John Vincent O'Connor. Item is oversized.
  • Certificate of election as Fellow of the Institute of Structural Engineers,
    Item relates to the election of John Vincent O'Connor as a fellow of the Institute of Structural Engineers. Item includes photocopy.
  • Certificate of Doctorate in Science, 2,
    Item relates to the award of a doctorate in science to John Vincent O'Connor by University of Dublin. Item also contains a photocopy of certificate.
  • Certificate of Fellowship of the Institution, 2,
    Item relates to the award of the title of Fellowship of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland, following his enrolment as a chartered member. Item also contains a photocopy of certificate.
  • Certificate of the Degree of Barrister at Law,
    Item relates to the award of a degree of Barrister at Law to John Vincent O'Connor by King's Inn, Dublin. Item also contains a photocopy of certificate.
  • Certificate of admittance to Association of Consulting Engineer, Ireland,
    Item relates to the admittance of John O'Connor as a member Association of Consulting Engineer, Ireland.
  • Certificate of Heritage Award,
    Item relates to the award of a Heritage award to John Vincent O'Connor by the Institution of Engineers of Ireland. This certificate was to award Mr. O'Connor's paper 'The very famous Landmark, the Dublin Gasometer-The Engineering of its Demolition'.
  • Collection of copies of Certificates and business card, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
    File relates to certificates awarded to John O'Connor from 1973-1999. File also includes the business card of John O'Connor as Barrister-at-law.

    Secondary material following research of O’Connor family

    Documents relating to research conducted primarily by Sean O’Connor on different aspects of the O’Connor family and constructing an O’Connor family tree. Included are memories and notes of the childhoods of various family members. Included also are the source material on research of the Tutty family, the Copley family and the O’Connor link with the 1798 rebellion. Included also are email correspondence between Sean O’Connor and various individuals discussing his research and sharing further information on the family.
     

    Memories regarding the O’Connor family

    Material relating to the gathering of memories of the early life, childhood and growing up of various O’Connor family members. Included also are notes following meetings between Sean O’Connor and individuals on aspects of the O’Connor family history. Both these memories and notes are used by Sean for his memoir.
  • Copy of letter from Eva O'Connor to Sean O'Connor, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    Item refers to a photocopy of letter personal handwritten Eva O'Connor from a relation, which is undated. Item also includes a cover letter written by Eva to Sean O'Connor, stating that she would be sending him on further material relating to her father Bill O'Connor.
  • Letter from Garrett Copley to Roderick O'Connor,
    File includes two letter from Garrett Copley of Northampton England, to Roderick (Rory) O'Connor outlining family information for the purposes of researching the family tree. File includes information of the O'Connor and McDonnell families as well as providing suggestions as to where to look for further information. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Notes following meeting with Dermot and Dorothy O'Connor, 2, 3, 4,
    File refers to notes made by John (Sean) O'Connor following a meeting he had with Dermot and Dorothy O'Connor (2011). Item includes notes made on information provided by Dermot and Dorothy relating to their family, including births, deaths and marriages. File also includes the handwritten notes of this meeting.
  • Copy of collection of memories of Bill O'Connor, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
    Item refers to a copy of a collection of memories created by the O'Connor family to celebrate Bill (William) O'Connor's 70th birthday. Item includes accounts provided by subject's mother Ellen, nee O'Neill, and siblings of memories they have of Bill growing up. This copy was given by Martha O'Connor to Sean O'Connor, and is accompanied by a handwritten note by her on the cover. File relates to a copy of typed notes by Sean to Martha outlining his memories of his brother Bill, which were included in the collection.
  • Copy of handwritten notes of early life by Ellen O'Connor, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51.
    File relates to a photocopy of handwritten notes by Ellen O'Connor, nee O'Neill, outlining memories throughout of her life, such as her upbringing and her temporary emigration to Canada. File also includes two typed copies of some of her notes which were given by Martha O'Connor to her brother Sean O'Connor.
  • Email of memories of Francis street,
    Item relates to an email sent from Thomas O'Connor to his brother Sean on the topic of his memories of growing up on Francis street, Dublin. Item also includes three photographs which were attached to the email, relating to Francis streets. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Envelopes with the addresses of O'Connor family members, 2,
    File relates to a number of addressed envelopes of members of the O'Connor family. Those include John O'Connor, Margaret O'Connor and Nell O'Connor.
  • Researching the O’Connor family tree
    Material relates to the research of the O’Connor family tree, conducted by Sean O’Connor. Included are lists of Doyle, Gavin, Sandham and O’Connor family
  • General Research Directory 1990 -1998 'Surname Report'
    Item relates to a Surname Report from the Australian General Research Directory 1990 -1998. Item includes information on the surname Howlett. Item also includes a handwritten note which states that there is another later directory available.
  • List of Doyle family member details, 2,
    Item relates to a list of Doyle family members, who are relations of the O'Connor family. Item includes individuals' names, date of birth and death. This information was gathered by Sean O'Connor following his visit with Kevin Lee, Carnew in 2012.
  • Lists of Gavin and Sandham family details, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
    File relates to lists of Gavin and Sandham family members, who are relations of the O'Connor's. Item includes individuals' names, date of birth and death. These lists contributed to the formation of the O'Connor family tree.
  • Lists of O'Connor family tree details, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
    File relates to twelve handwritten lists of the O'Connor family members. These lists are rough work for the creation of the O'Connor family tree. File includes individuals' names, date of birth and death. Date span of lists is 1851 - 1978
  • Researched family records at National Archives of Ireland, 2, 3, 4,
    Item relates to a typed list of the wedding, and burial details of the O'Connor family, which were researched using the General Register Office at the National Archives of Ireland. Date span of list is 1815 - 1847.
  • Typed list of O'Connor family tree, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    File relates to a typed list which includes all names of those on the O'Connor family tree, the date of baptism, birth date and place, marriage date, and place and date of death. Date spans from 1754- 2012. Names are organised in alphabetical order.
  • The Copley family
    Material relating to the Copley family, relations of the O’Connor family. Included is a letter from Garrett Copley discussing the history of the Copley family. Included also is a Registry of Deeds for the Copley family
  • Letter from Garrett Copley to Roderick O'Connor,
    Item relates to a handwritten letter from Garrett Copley to Roderick O'Connor discussing the history of the Copley family. Mr. Copley states in his letter that he has researched the Copley's back to 1659. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Copy of Registry of Deeds,
    File relates to a copy of entry in Registry of Deeds, dated December 1825, in which the dwelling house of Arthur Copley of Charleville was transferred to William [Haunch] and Henry Bradshaw McDonnell.
  • The Tutty family
    Material relating to the Tutty family, relations of the O’Connor family. Included is a Tutty family tree, details of a grave memorial for the Tutty family, and notes on information provided by Kevin Lee of the Carnew History Society on the Tutty family
  • Tutty Family tree,
    Item relates to the family tree of the Tutty Family (1800- 1939). It is noted that the source of this family tree was the headstones at Annacurra graveyard, Wicklow.
  • Grave memorials for the Tutty family, 2, 3, 4,
    Item relates to a photocopy of Brian Cantwell's volume 'Memorials of the Dead (1990) of county Wexford'. Item includes a transcription of the memorials of two Tutty family grave plots, Mary Tut(t)y who died in 1815, and the grave of John Tutty who died in 1856 and his family. Item also includes two maps form Griffiths Land Valuation of townlands in Wicklow.
  • Claims for loss or damage following 1798 Rebellion, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    Item relates to record of claims of loss made by the Tutty family following the 1798 Rebellion. Included are details relating to the name, occupation, type of loss and amount of money claimed. The source of this item was FindMyPast website.
  • Notes on Tutty Family by Kevin Lee, 2, 3, 4,
    Item relates to handwritten notes made by Kevin Lee on the location of the Tutty family. Details included in this item are names of Tutty family members and the location of their homes during the nineteenth century. Item also includes a photocopy of these notes.
  • The O’Connor link with the 1798 rebellion
    Material relating to research on the role two O’Connor relations, John Doyle and John Tutty, played in the 1798 rebellion. Included is a newspaper article on the role played by the two men, the burial details and death notice John Tutty’s daughter, and a photograph of the 1798 memorial in Carnew, county Wicklow.
  • Role of John Doyle and John Tutty in 1798 Rebellion, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    File includes a copy of an article from the Wicklow People newspaper (1898) which as well as a typed transcription, which outlines the role of John Doyle and John Tutty in the 1798 rebellion. Included in the file also is a sketch from the Wicklow People newspaper (1898) which depicts a headstone with John Doyle's name. File also includes a handwritten note on John Doyle and his family.
  • Burial details of John Doyle, 2, 3, 4,
    Item contains burial information of John Doyle at Kilcashel graveyard, Wexford.. However, it was noted that when archaeologists excavated site in 1990 no gravestones found. Item also includes an overview of the 1798 rebellion, printed from website
  • Death notice of Margaret Holohan, 2,
    Item relates to a death notice published in the Freeman's Journal (1880) announcing the death of Margaret Holohan, the daughter of John Tutty 'who was one of the 25 United Irishmen shot at Cernew on May 1798'. Item also includes photocopy of the death notice.
  • Image of 1798 memorial at Carnew, Wicklow.,
    Item contains a printed photograph of the memorial at Carnew, county Wicklow, which commemorates the 1798 rebellion. This photograph was printed from a website.
  • Buildings and the O’Connors
    Included are photocopies of material relating to the houses of the O’Connor family and their relationship with the area. Included is a copy of ‘The Dublin Pictorial Guide & Directory 1850’ and ‘Griffith’s Valuation Record Information’.
  • The Dublin Pictorial Guide & Directory 1850', 2,
    Item relates to a photocopy of 'The Dublin Pictorial Guide & Directory 1850', which contains the name of Charles Gavin and his address on James' street, Dublin.
  • Rateable Valuation of Tenements returns, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,
    Item includes the returns of rateable valuation of tenements from Griffith's Valuation records (1847-1864). File includes valuations from the parishes of Ardea county Offaly, Conway county Donegal, Kilpipe county Wicklow and Usher's Quay Dublin. Details included in these valuations are names of occupiers, immediate lessors, description of tenement and net annual value of holding. The dwellings of relevance to the O'Connor family are highlighted with a marker.
  • Charles Gavin: 'Griffith's Valuation Record Information',
    Item relates to printed information of Charles Gavin in Griffith's Valuation record. Included are details of his subject's landlord, location of dwelling and publication details.
  • The emigration and travel of the O’Connors
    Material relating to the travels and emigration of the O’Connor family. Included is the Canadian street directory showing the address of Thomas and Ellen O’Connor when they lived in Canada briefly. Included also is the Canadian passport of Thomas O’Connor and researched material on the ‘Doric’ ship which carried Thomas and his family to Canada. Included also is the passenger ticket of Bill (William) O’Connor to Australia as well as details of his Australian family.
  • Canadian Immigration records, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
    File refers to a copy of the Canadian immigration records, dated from 1929, in which Thomas O'Connor, his wife and son William are named on their arrival from Liverpool on the S.S 'Doic' ship. Included also is printed details from the Library and Archives Canada website which provides the Immigration Records (1925-1935). These details include the names, age nationality and year of arrival. Thomas O'Connor and his family are noted in these records.
  • Lovell's Montreal Street Directory',
    File refers to a street and alphabetic directory of Montreal and suburbs (1842-1999). Included in the directory is Thomas O'Connor and his address while in Canada. Included also is a printed map which outlines the journey from Quebec to Brantford, Canada. Included also an email from the Toronto Reference Library which states that Mr. O'Connor lived in Brantford with his sister-in-law Mary Carey. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Canadian Passport of Thomas O'Connor, 2,
    Item refers to a copy of the Canadian passport of Thomas O'Connor , issued to him in 1930. Item includes subject's name, his wife's name and number of children with them. Item also includes a photocopy of this passport, but it is of poor quality.
  • Get Out of Go Under': Article from Time Magazine, 2, 3,
    Item refers to a copy of article named 'GetOut of Go Under' from Time Magazine (1930). Article discusses the economic health of the commonwealth dominions following the Wall street crash of 1929. The paragraph on Canada is highlighted with a marker.
  • Research on S.S 'Doric' ship, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,
    File relates to researched material on the S.S. 'Doric' ship which Thomas O'Connor and his family travelled to Canada with. File includes printed website articles, a copy of the menu card from the ship, advertisements from 1928, information of the ship's routes, and a details plan of the ship.
  • Passenger ticket for Orient Line, 2, 3, 4, 5,
    Item refers to a copy of a B class passenger ticket for the Orient Line. The ticket was that of William (Bill) O'Connor who travelled from London to Sydney in 1952.
  • Details of Bill O'Connor's family,
    File refers to a typed list of Bill O'Connor's Australian family. Item includes the details such as the name, date of birth of Mr. O'Connor's children, grandchildren and family. File also includes letter from Bill O'Connor's son, Robert, to Sean O'Connor following the death of Bill. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email correspondence
    Included is email correspondence between Sean O’Connor and various individuals discussing the ongoing research of the O’Connor family tree and information which has emerged from this research.
  • Email forwarded by Peg O'Connor to Philip Kennedy,
    Item refers to an email forwarded by Peg O'Connor to Philip Kennedy relating to an email from Sean O'Connor sent to her mother. The email contains information relating to family grave plots at Glasnevin and the names of those who are buried there. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email correspondence between John O'Connor and John McDermot,
    File refers to an email correspondence between John (Sean) O'Connor and John McDermot, researcher, discussing the research of the O'Connor family tree. The email contains information relating to records McDermot located relating to the O'Connor family including details of death, births and marriages from 1843. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email correspondence between John O'Connor and Enid Mayrs,
    File refers to an email correspondence between John (Sean) O'Connor and Enid Mayrs discussing information which had emerged from research of the O'Connor family tree. The email contains information relating to the names of O'Connor's baptised in St. Catherine's Church (1802-1810). File also contains duplicates of this correspondence. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email correspondence between John O'Connor and Kevin Lee,
    File refers to an email correspondence between John (Sean) O'Connor and Kevin Lee discussing the research of the O'Connor family tree (2011). The email contains information relating to Lee's research on the Tutty family in Wicklow and their role in the 1798 rebellion. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email correspondence between John O'Connor and Thomas Byrne,
    Item refers to an email correspondence between John (Sean) O'Connor and Thomas Byrne, researcher, discussing the city and guild certificate of Mr. Byrne's grandfather's farrier ship as well as the storage of the O'Connor family tree. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.
  • Email from Kyle O'Connor to Sean O'Connor,
    Item refers to an email sent between Kyle O'Connor and Sean discussing the O'Connor family tree. The email contains information of Kyle's family and that he is the great-grandson of Christopher O'Connor. Note: Due to personal contact information included in the correspondence, access is allowed to the redacted digital version only by prior appointment with Dublin City Archives.<
  • The Anglo-Afghan War
    Included is printed material relating to research on the British regiments which fought during the Anglo-Afghan war.
  • Research surrounding the Second Anglo-Afghan war, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
    File refers to material relating to research of the Anglo-Afghan war (1878-1880). File includes information on regiments of the British army who fought in the war, army ranks prior to 1914 and details of researchers from the Army Museums Ogilby Trust. Thomas Gavin was a soldier in the 8th Regiment, and fought in Afghanistan in 1878.

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