Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Mckiernan family in the 1911 and 1901 Census


1911 Census

64 Hanley Street, Birmingham

Thomas Mc Kiernan aged 43, warehouse man, born in Dublin 
Annie Mc Kiernan aged 43, born Birmingham, married 18 years, 9 children born, 8 living, 1 died
Thomas William Mc Kiernan, aged 17, tool maker for screw manufacturer
John Henry Mc Kiernan, aged 16, messenger for provision merchant
Edward Mc Kiernan, aged 14, messenger for gold smith
Bernard Mc Kiernan, aged 12
Catherine Mc Kiernan aged 10
Julia Mc Kiernan aged 8
Ann Mc Kiernan aged 4
Ellen Mc Kiernan aged 1

All children born in Birmingham.

The marriage of Thomas McKiernan and Annie Finn took place at St Chads RC Cathedral in Birmingham on 3rd April 1893.

Annie Finn was the daughter of Patrick and Catherine Finn. Patrick was the brother of my great great great grandfather Martin. Annie was born in Birmingham in 1868. Thomas and Annie McKiernan went to live in Cleveland, Ohio along with 3 of her sisters and their partners.

One of their children was the lady who became the nun in Cleveland.

The marriage certificate reads:

3rd April 1892, Thomas McKiernan aged 25 marries Annie Finn, aged 24.
Both single, address given for both is 5 Court, Lancaster Street.
Thomas McKiernan's occupation (looks like) wire worker.
Annie's father is Patrick Finn a labourer and Thomas's father is Thomas McKiernan, a painter.




1901 Census

10 Court 3 Legge Street

Thomas Mckiernan aged 33, warehouse man, born in Ireland, estimated birth year 1868
Annie Mckiernan aged 33, wife born in Birmingham about 1868
Thomas aged 7
John aged 6
Edward aged 4
Bernard aged 2
Kate aged 1






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