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 Tassy Family Name and variations

 

This surname and variants does not appear to have survived in Ireland. Some commentators have confused it with Tracey, even from earliest times. Early references leading to the development of the surname may have been Bressal mac Ailella Tassaich, of the Tassaich of the Liatháin, Cork, (see the Ui Fidegeinti) and Bishop Tassach, Armagh, one of the followers of Saint Patrick (see the Bairrche, second page, Fiacc’s Hymn).

 

In the ancient Irish poem by St. Fiech, which Colgan has published as the first life of St. Patrick, mention is made of St. Tassach, from whom the saint received the holy viaticum on his death bed. Tassach was of Rathcolptha, now Raholp [Ballyculter civil parish], near Down, and is said in some of the lives to have been a bishop when he administered the communion to the dying Patricko: he was skilled in the art of a goldsmithp ; and in the ancient notes to Fiech's Hymn it is particularly stated, that the Baculus Jesu was by him first adorned with a precious covering: " Thassachus fuit faber asrarius S. Patricii. Fuit primus qui baculum Jesu pretioso tegumento obcelavit. Ecclesia ipsius est Rath-Colptha juxta Dunum ad Orientemq."

o Vit. 3*. c. 89. Vit. 5*. seu Probi, lib. ii. c.35 Tripart. lib. ii. c. 71. He is also a bishop in the Martyrology of Aengus ad 14 April.

p. Vit. Tripart. part iii. c. 100. In part ii. c.39. Assicus, first bishop of Elphin, is called “faber aeris S. Patricii”. One can hardly help suspecting that Assicus and Thassachus were one and the same; especially as the former is not mentioned in the ancient Martyrology of Aengus.

q Colgan, Tr. Th. p. 6.

John Clarke Crosthwaite (1844) The book of obits and martyrology of the Cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ Church Dublin. The Irish Archaelogical Society, Dublin.

 

And at the 13th [error 14th] of April, Bishop Tassach, one of Patrick’s most favourite companion and his chief manufacturer and ornamenter of crosiers, crosses, shrines, and bells, and who attended him at his death, is thus commemorated:

 

The kingly Bishop Tassach,

Who administered on his arrival,

The Body of Christ – the truly powerful King –

And the Communion to Patrick.

O'Curry, Eugene (1861), Lectures on the manuscript materials of ancient Irish history, delivered at the Catholic University of Ireland during the sessions of 1855 and 1856, Dublin. & Martrology of Oengus.

 

Also, in the Tripartite Life of Patrick, there is the following reference

 

Rotheichestar ass ingenti for each leth, cowach tarrasair acht triar namma .i. Loegairi ocus a rígan ocus duine dia muintir, et timuerunt ualde. Veniensque regina ad Patricium .i. Angass ingen Tassaig maic Liathain, dixit ei : "Homo iuste et potens, perdas régem. Dorega in cucut ocus dobera do réir, ocus slechtfaid ocus creitfid do Día." Dodéchaid, dano, Loegairi, ocus roslécht do Patraic, ocus dorat brecshíth .

The heathen fled thence on every side, so that only three remained, namely, Loegaire and his queen and one of his household, and they feared greatly. And the queen, to wit, Angas daughter of Tassach son of Liathan, came to Patrick and said to him, "O just and mighty man, do not destroy the king. The king shall come to thee and shall do thy will, and shall kneel and believe in God." So Loegaire went and knelt to Patrick, and gave him a false peace.

 

In the Banshenchus, there is the following:

 

Angias, daughter of clever Tassach son of blameless Liathan, was the guiding light of Loegaire. He was famous: the shepherd of wealthy Banba.

 

The following is probable a reference to Bressal mac Ailella Tassaich, of the Tassaich. In the poem “The Five Divisions of Munster”, the last verse reads:

 

...aig dia tat

hua Thasaig letha dan diuid

rosgab tar moing go meid

rosleig ar a roinn a cuig.

...of whom they are,

O Tasaig, art...simple

betook himself over the vast sea,

he left it after dividing them into five.

 

Ref: Bernard, John Henry & Atkinson, Robert (1898) The Irish Liber hymnorum. Henry Bradshaw Society. [online book]

 

 

 

Genealogies

 

úi Thassaig : BB, 177d. Lec, 217 verso. LL, 321f. M, 27 recto. MacFir, 631. Rawl B 502, 151b.

Séamas Pender. A Guide to Irish Genealogical Collections. Analecta Hibernica, No. 7, A Guide to Irish Genealogical Collections (Aug., 1934), pp. 1- 167

 

The manuscript Rawlinson B 502 is stored in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, England. The full electronic version is available at http://image.ox.ac.uk/show?collection=bodleian&manuscript=msrawlb502

 

Folios 82r give the genealogies of the Tassaig. It starts at the very bottom of the right column, marked by the lettering in the red box.

 

Folio 82r http://image.ox.ac.uk/images/bodleian/msrawlb502/82r.jpg

 

A sister tribe of the Fidgeinti of Limerick and Clare, were the Liatháin, both claimed decent from Dáire Cerbba. The Liatháin were located around Cork City and perhaps Youghal. In the early references they are mentioned together. Aillil Tassach, the son of Liatháin from whom are the Tassaig, had a son Bressal, who may have been a king of Munster. The Tassaig may have been confused with Treasaig. (see Fidgeinti). Of interest, to the east of them is the Déisi Muman (Waterford), whose origins are given in the Expulsion of the Déisi.

 

89. Eochu Liatháin, from whom are the Ui Liathain, had seven or eight sons:

90. Cairpre Céol 91. Dalllain 92. Lugdach 93. St. Gobban (or Mogobbóc) Find

90. Corcc Corb from whom are Ceníuil Dalláin

90. Ailill Tassach, ardtoíssech Tassach tostach, from whom are Tassaich, had eight sons:

91. Láegaire

91. Bressal 92. Dimmai 93. Donnain 94. Fhergnai 95. Shirshlataig 96. Branduib 97. St. Dalbach Cule Collainge

91. Mac-Draignén

91. Mac-Cáirtind

91. Áed

91. Feideilmid

91. Óengus Brecc

91. Noois éicess

90. Mac-Brócc 91. Meic Caille 92. Cailléni Duib 93. Feradaig Dornmáir 94. Fergusa Tulie 95. Dícolla 96. Rónáin 97. Dúnchada 98. Tuthal from whom are Glaissín & 90. Anmchaid from whom are Anmchada who had seven sons Fáelchad Mór, Torpad, Flaithnia, Aed Find, Cináed, Domnall & Flannchad

90. Bairig quem dicunt Mac Chruind fuisse

90. Fiachu

90. Crimthan

90. Sléibi

90. Conall

90. Sinnaig 91. Corpre 92. Congaile 93. Condmaig 94. Commain 95. Dimmai 96. St. Cormac Ua Liathain

(??? from the three previous are

Corpmac ua Liathain co rath,

is Gobban Find mac Lucchach,

do siol Daire Cherba chain,

mic Oilill Flannbicc buadaich.”)

 

1014 The Battle of Clontarf

...Murtogh, son of Anmchadha, Lord of Hy Liathian...(O’Donovan)

[1014] …Muircheartach mac Anamchadha, Ó Liatháin

 

The ancient parish of Tradaree was associated with the extensive parish of Newmarket which stretches from Bunratty bridge to Latoon bridge. Tradition has it that a Milesian leader called Cormac Cas married the daughter of Oisin, the son of Finn MacCumhaill. It was a descendant of Cormac, Lughaidh Meann, who expelled the Fir Bolg from Clare and he was succeeded by his son, Conal Eachluaith. Conal Eachluaith had a son called Cas from whom the Dal gCais later descended. The eldest son of Cas was Blod from whom descended Brian Boru some centuries later. The twelfth son of Cas was Lughaidh Delbaeth whose daughter married Trad, the son of Tossach. Tossach was a chieftain and a druid. Trad being the father of a large family was given the large tract of land later to be known as Tradaree.

https://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/places/nof_history.htm

 

An ancient story quoted by O’Curry gives the origin of the name of this district. It is to the effect that Cas, from whom the Dal Cais derive their distinctive race name, was the son of Conall of “the swift steeds” who was contemporary with the monarch Crimthann, A.D. 379. Cas had twelve sons, and from these were descended the various Dalcassian tribes. The twelfth son was Lugaidh Delbaeth, or Lugaidh “the fire producer.” He had six sons, and one daughter whose name was Aeifé. The “fire producer” had received a large territory from his father, and in time gave his daughter in marriage to Trad, son of Tassach, who was a kingly chief and Druid, but one who owned little land. After some time Trad found himself the father of a numerous family and possessing only a small provision for their support. He prompted his wife to ask more land from her father. Lugaidh acceded to her request, and bestowed upon her husband the territory that he himself had got from his own father. From the name of the new owner the district was designated Tradraighe, a name which it has preserved ever since.

https://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/history/frost/chap11_tradraighe_ancient_irish_deeds.htm

 

 

Placenames

 

Tassagh Keady Armagh

Tassagh (Belleek), Fermanagh

Date of Eviction: 1902. Landlord: Marquis of Ely, Tenant: J. Treacy. Townland: Tassagh (Belleek). Remarks: Outside Act. FIN/23/4/D/281

 

Placenames containing ‘tass’.

 

Placename

Civil Parish

County

Tassagh

Keady

Armagh

Ballintantassig

Glanworth

Cork

Kiltass

Cooliney

Cork

Knockatassonig

Kilmoe

Cork

Islandtasserty

Ballyaghran

Derry

Ratass

Ratass

Kerry

Aghintass

Annaduff

Leitrim

Tassan

Clontibret

Monaghan

Carrowntassona

Ballylaneen

Waterford

 

 

1747-1768 Freeholders list of electors Fermanagh

John Teacy?, Loughkillygreen?, Galloon, Fermanagh. October 1747

 

1783-1802 Freeholders

John Tasy, house & land, Augharooskymore, Drumully, Coole, Fermanagh. 40s. 3rd May 1802

Henry Teasay, house & land, Loughgallygreen, Drummully, Clonkelly, Fermanagh. 40s. 19th August 1796

William Teasay, house & land, Loughgallygreen, Drummully, Clonkelly, Fermanagh. 40s. 19th August 1796

 

1788 Poll of Electors

Henry Teacy?, Loughkillygreen [Galloon], Co. Fermanagh.            

Henry Teasey?, Loughkillagreen [Galloon], Co. Fermanagh.                                            

John Teasey?, of Clones, Co.Monaghan. Freehold: Loughmillgreen, Fermanagh

Wm Teasey?, of Clones, Co.Monaghan. Freehold: Loughmillgreen, Fermanagh

 

Parish Of Galloon County Fermanagh Diocese Of Clogher (Church Of Ireland)

15 June 1821 Elizabeth, daughter of John & Mary Teacy of Lougkillagreen (sic).

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/fermanagh/churches/galloon-register1.txt

Galloon Register

William Tracey, pensioner/labourer, & Isabella

Thomas Tracey b. 15 Feb/15 April 1868 of Kilroot [Galloon]

Isabella Tracey b. 14 Feb/28 April 1872 of Loughkillygreen [Galloon]

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/fermanagh/churches/galloon-bap-index-1860-73.htm

http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/ire/fermanagh/churches/galloon-bap-1860-1873.pdf

William Tacey & Isabella Hurst

Thomas Tacey, bn. 15 Feb 1868 Newtownbutler (LDS)

William Tacey, labourer, & Isabella Hurst?

Thomas Tracey [Tacey] b. 15 Feb 1868 of Kilroot Newtown Butler [Galloon Fermanagh] [Newtown Butler Clones PLU] [1901 Census - COI  Gortgarvan Galloon Fermanagh]

 

Tithe Records

Jas Teasy, Augharoosky West, Galloon, 1834

 

1868 Catalogue of Graduates who have proceeded to Degrees in the University of Dublin

William Tassie, B.A. Vern 1821

 

1846 Slater's national commercial directory of Ireland

David W. Tassie, Civil Engineer, 21 Lwd. Sherrard st, Dublin

John Tecey, Keady, Armagh

 

1850- 1860 Griffiths Valuation of Ireland

Derrynoose, County Armagh

Andrew Tecey, Drumgreenagh Derrynoose Armagh

George Tecey, Drumgreenagh Derrynoose Armagh

James Tecey, Drumgreenagh Derrynoose Armagh

William Tecey, Drumgreenagh Derrynoose Armagh

Tynan, County Armagh

George Teacy, Cavanagarvan Tynan Armagh

John Teacy, Cavanagarvan Tynan Armagh

Killygarvan, County Donegal

Robert Tassie, Rathmullan and Ballyboe Rathmullan Killygarvan Donegal

Aghaloo, County Tyrone

Robert Tassey, Kilgowney Aghaloo Tyrone

Robert Tassie, Town of Caledon Aghaloo Tyrone

William Tassie, Town of Caledon Aghaloo Tyrone

William Teasy, Caledon Aghaloo Tyrone

William Teasy, Tullynashane Aghaloo Tyrone

Arboe, County Tyrone

Henry Tassy, Cluntoe Arboe Tyrone

Sarah Tassy, Kinrush Arboe Tyrone

Blessington, County Wicklow

George Tassie, Blessington Main St. Blessington Wicklow

George Tassie, Haylands Blessington Wicklow

 

Land Owners in Ireland, 1876 - Armagh

Tassy James 213 Armagh

Tassy John 213 Armagh

Tassy Nathaniel 213 Armagh

Teasey George 213 Armagh

Tecey George 213 Armagh

Tecey John 213 Armagh

Tecey Nathaniel 213 Armagh

Tecey William 213 Armagh

1876 (412) Owners of land (Ireland). Return to an order of the honourable the House of Commons, dated 20 July 1876

Armagh

Nathaniel Tassy, 10a, £9

James Teacy, 6a, £6

 

1901 Census

 

John Tacy, 46, M, 26 Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Flax Dresser, Ephiscipalen Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, Co Antrim

Sarah Tacy, 49, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, , Ephiscipalen, Wife, Married, Co Antrim

Lizzie Tacy, 20, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Yarn Spinner, Ephiscipalen, Daughter, Married, Co Antrim

William Tacy, 17, M, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Mill Worker, Ephiscipalen, Son, Not Married, Co Antrim

Ellen Tacy, 14, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Doffer, Ephiscipalen, Daughter, Not Married, Co Antrim

Sarah Tacy, 11, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Scholar, Ephiscipalen, Daughter, Not Married, Co Antrim

 

Nathanial Teacy, 60, M, 5 Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, Farmer, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Widow, County Armagh

Andrew Teacy, 14, M, Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, Schooll, Presbyterian, Son, Not Married, Co Armagh

Marshall Teacy, 13, M, Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, School, Presbyterian, Son, Not Married, Co Armagh

Walter Teacy, 12, M, Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, School, Presbyterian, Son, Not Married, Co Armagh

 

John Teacy, 37, M, 8 Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, Farmer, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Not Married, Co Armagh

James Teacy, 35, M, Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, Farmers Brother, Presbyterian, Brother, Not Married, Co Armagh

Catherine Teacy, 25, F, Drumgreenah, Crossmore, Armagh, Housekeeper, Presbyterian, Sister, Not Married, Co Armagh

 

Mary Tacy, 28, F, 22.1 Dunfanaghy Town, Main St., Dunfanaghy, Donegal, Shop Keeper, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Widow, Co Donegal

 

Mary Tacy, 80, F, 22.2 Dunfanaghy Town, Main St., Dunfanaghy, Donegal, Home Keeping, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Widow, Co Donegal

 

Charles Tassy, 24, M, 33 High Street, Holywood Urban, Down, Flesher, Uniterian, Head of Family, Not Married, Co Down

 

Isabella Teacy, 51, F, 3 Gortgarvan, Magheraveely, Fermanagh, House Keeper, I C, Head of Family, Widow, Fermanagh

Thomas Teacy, 30, M, Gortgarvan, Magheraveely, Fermanagh, Agricultral Labourer, I C, Son, Not Married, Fermanagh

 

Patrick Tassy, 65, M, 21 Drumenny Conyngham, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Farmer, R Catholic Religion, Head of Family, Widow, Co Tyrone

Patrick Tassy, 28, M, Drumenny Conyngham, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Farmers Son, R Catholic Religion, Son, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

Mary Tassy, 70, F, 4.1 Drumenny Conyngham, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Housekeeper, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Widow, Co Tyrone

Jane Tassy, 30, F, Drumenny Conyngham, Munterevlin, Tyrone, General Housekeeper, Roman Catholic, Daughter, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

John Tassey, 57, M, 18 Farsnagh, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Spirit Grocer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

Mary A Tassey, 50, F, 33 Kinrush, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Grocer, Catholic Church, Head of Family, Not Married, Co Tyrone

Lizzie Corr, 13, Female, Niece, Catholic Church, Co Tyrone

 

John W Teasey, 48, M, 6 Main St., Caledon, Tyrone, Farmer, Presbyterian, Son, Not Married, Co Tyrone

Kare [Kate?] Teasey, 72, F, Main St., Caledon, Tyrone, Presbyterian, Mother, Widow, Co Armagh

 

Matilda Teasey, 55, F, 28 Main St., Caledon, Tyrone, Boarding House, Methodist, Head of Family, Widow, Co Armagh

Sarah J Teasey, 31, F, Main St., Caledon, Tyrone, Methodist, Daughter, Not Married, Co Armagh

 

Margaret Teasey, 60, F, 3 Castlelane, Caledon, Tyrone, Domestice, Presbyterian, Wife, Widow, Co Tyrone

Jane Teasey, 28, F, Castlelane, Caledon, Tyrone, Laundress, Presbyterian, Daughter, Not Married, Co Tyrone

Robert Teasey, 26, M, Castlelane, Caledon, Tyrone, General Labourer, Presbyterian, Son, Not Married, Co Tyrone

 

John Teasey, 30, M, 10 Tullugreen, Carrigtwohill, Cork, Coachman, Presbyterian, Servant, Single, Co Tyrone

 

Hana Tacey [Lacey?], 23, F, 19 Castlewellan Oldtown, Upper Iveagh (Lower Half), Down, Milliner, Roman Catholic, Milliner, Not Married, Wexford

 

 

 

1911 Census

 

Marshall, Trecy [Teacy] Agincourt Avenue, Cromac, Antrim, 20, M, Armagh, Student, Presbyterian [with Aunt Mary Isalbel M’Lean]

 

William Tacey, 65, M, Leeson, Falls (Belfast), Antrim, Presbyterian, Brother in Law, Married, 4, 1, 1, Co Tyrone

Margaret Tacey [nee Brown], 58, F, Leeson, Falls (Belfast), Antrim, Presbyterian, Sister, Married, 4, 1, 1, Co Tyrone

John Tacey, 21, M, Leeson, Falls (Belfast), Antrim, Flesher, Presbyterian, Step Brother, Single, City Belfast

 

John Tacy, 55, M, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Flax Dresser, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, 33, 5, 5, Co Antrim

Sarah Tacy, 58, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, 33, 5, 5, Co Down

Ellen Tacy, 23, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Mill Worker Spinner Linen Thread, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Single, Co Antrim

Sarah Tacy, 20, F, Castle Street, Lisburn, Antrim, Mill Worker Spinner Linen Thread, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Single, Co Antrim

 

Saraha E Tacy, 38, F, Seymour, Lisburn, Antrim, Mill Worker, Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, Co Down

William Tacy, 28, M, Seymour, Lisburn, Antrim, Labourer, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, 2, 2, Co Antrim

 

William Teasey, 42, M, Marlborough Gardens, Windsor Ward, Antrim, Coachman, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Married, 8, Co Tyrone

Margaret Amelia Teasey, 7, F, Marlborough Gardens, Windsor Ward, Antrim, Scholar, Presbyterian, Daughter, Belfast

Elizabeth Teasey, 34, F, Marlborough Gardens, Windsor Ward, Antrim, Presbyterian, Wife, Married, 9, 2, 2, Co Down

William Robert Teasey, 4, M, Marlborough Gardens, Windsor Ward, Antrim, Scholar, Presbyterian, Son, Belfast

 

 

Henry Tassey, 7, M, Cornakinnegar, Cornakinnegar, Armagh, Pupil, Roman Catholic, Single, Co Tyrone

Mary Tassy, 6, F, Cornakinnegar, Cornakinnegar, Armagh, Pupil, Roman Catholic, Co Tyrone

 

Mary Tassy, Cornakinnegar Girls Industrial School, Cornakinnegar, Armagh, 6, F, Co Tyrone, Pupil, Roman Catholic

 

John Teacy, 42, M, Drumgreenagh, Crossmore, Armagh, Farmer, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Single, Co Armagh,

James Teacy, 40, M, Drumgreenagh, Crossmore, Armagh, Farmer, Presbyterian, Brother, Single, Co Armagh,

Kate Teacy, 26, F, Drumgreenagh, Crossmore, Armagh, Presbyterian, Sister, Single, Co Armagh,

 

 

Robert J J Teasey, 38, M, Bonds Hill, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Methodists Minister, Methodist, Visitor, Married, 8, 3, 2, Co Tyrone

 

William Henry Teacy, 31, M, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Washman in Laundry, Church of Ireland, Head of Family, Married, Co Fermanagh,

Maria Teacy, 30, F, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Church of Ireland, Wife, Married, , 10, 5, Londonderry City, 4

Alice Teacy, 9, F, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Single, Londonderry City,

William James Teacy, 7, M, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Son, Single, Londonderry City,

Thomas Teacy, 3, M, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Church of Ireland, Son, Londonderry City,

Isabella Teacy, 5, F, Bonds Place, Londonderry No. 5 Urban, Londonderry, Scholar, Church of Ireland, Daughter, Single, Londonderry City,

 

Annie Tassey, 42, F, Ballybriest, Lissan Upper, Londonderry, General Servant Domestic, Roman Catholic, Servant, Widow, 9, 2, 2, Co Tyrone

 

 

Sarah Teasey, 42, F, Bundoran, part of Drumacrin, Finner, Magheracar, Bundoran, Donegal, Lady Companion, Presbyterian, Boarder, Single, Tyrone

 

 

Kate Teasey, 80, F, Seacliffe Road, Bangor, Down, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Widow, 57, 8, 3, Tyrone

John Teasey, 56, M, Seacliffe Road, Bangor, Down, Cattle Dealer, Presbyterian, Son, Single, Tyrone

Sara Teasey, 45, F, Seacliffe Road, Bangor, Down, Presbyterian, Daughter, Single, Tyrone

 

 

Ellen Tacy [Lacy?], 54, F, Drumcooly, Edenderry Rural, King's Co., Roman Catholic, Visitor, Single, Kings Co

 

 

Margaret Teasey, 70, F, Caledon Town, Caledon, Tyrone, Presbyterian, Head of Family, Widow, 5, 4, Co Tyrone Caledon

Jenny Teasey, 33, F, Caledon Town, Caledon, Tyrone, Presbyterian, Daughter, Single, Co Tyrone

John Teasey, 31, M, Caledon Town, Caledon, Tyrone, Coachman Domestic Servant, Presbyterian, Son, Single, Co Tyrone

Robert Teasey, 30, M, Caledon Town, Caledon, Tyrone, Farm Labourer, Presbyterian, Son, Single, Co Tyrone

 

Matilda Teasey, 68, F, Main Street, Caledon, Tyrone, Boarding House Keeper, Methodist, Head of Family, Widow, 4, 4, Co Tyrone

 

Kate Tassey, 8, F, Annaghmore, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Servant Domestic, Roman Catholic, Servant, Single, Co Tyrone

 

Patrick Tassey, 35, M, Drumenny (Conyngham), Munterevlin, Tyrone, Farmer, Roman Catholic, Head of Family, Married, 6, Co Tyrone

Annie Tassey, 25, F, Drumenny (Conyngham), Munterevlin, Tyrone, R C, Wife, Married, 6, 3, 3, Co Tyrone

Leenah Tassey, 5, F, Drumenny (Conyngham), Munterevlin, Tyrone, R C, Daughter, Single, Co Tyrone

Patrick Tassey, 2, M, Drumenny (Conyngham), Munterevlin, Tyrone, R C, Son, Single, Co Tyrone

Mary Lizzie Tassey, 0, F, Drumenny (Conyngham), Munterevlin, Tyrone, R C, Daughter, Single, Co Tyrone

 

John Tassey, 68, M, Farsnagh, Munterevlin, Tyrone, Spirit Grocer, R Catholic, Head of Family, Single, Co Tyrone

 

R J J Teasey, Church Street (West Side), Omagh Urban, Tyrone, Head of Family, [name on form]

Ellen E ? Teasey, 41, F, Church Street (West Side), Omagh Urban, Tyrone, Methodist, Wife, Married, 8, 3, 2, Co Cork

William B Teasey, 2, M, Church Street (West Side), Omagh Urban, Tyrone, Methodist, Son, Single, Co Armagh

Dorothy ? Teasey, 1, F, Church Street (West Side), Omagh Urban, Tyrone, Methodist, Daughter, Single, Co Armagh

 

 

 

Last update: 20 September 2023