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  • H.  John Haines (add)
  • WJulia Farrell1876 -
m. 1896
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Name Julia Farrell
Gender Female
Birth[1] 22 Feb 1876 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Christening[1] 28 Feb 1876 Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandSs. Michael & John
Marriage 1896 Dublin, County Dublin, Irelandto John Haines (add)
Census[2] 31 Mar 1901 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland37 New Street
Census[3] 2 Apr 1911 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland27 Lower Kevin Street
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Julia Farrell was born on 22nd February 1876 in Dublin, daughter of Richard Farrell and his wife Margaret Reid. She was one of ten children.

In 1896, Julia married a house painter named John Haines and they had one daughter, Margaret. Julia worked as a vest maker.

The 1901 census finds Julia living with her daughter Margaret and several of her younger siblings, probably suggesting that Julia's parents had died, leaving her with the care of her younger siblings. Julia has yet to be traced after the 1911 census.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ss. Michael & John baptisms register, in Irish Genealogy, Primary quality.

    Name: Julia Farrell
    Born: 22 Feb 1876
    Address: 38 South Great Georges
    Father: Richard Farrell
    Mother: Margaret Reed
    Baptised: 28 Feb 1876
    Sponsors: William Reed & Margaret McCue

  2. Census Office. Ireland Census 1901. (National Archives of Ireland), Dublin / Merchants Quay / New Street, Primary quality.

    Address: 37 New Street, Dublin
    Form A (about the family):
    Julia Haines, Head of family, Roman Catholic, Read & write, 25 [1875/6], Female, Vest Maker, Married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Mary Farrell, Sister, Roman Catholic, Read & write, 21 [1879/80], Female, House keeper, not married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Margaret Farrell, Sister, Roman Catholic, Read only, 16 [1884/5], Female, Aprentice, not married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Rosanna Farrell, Sister, Roman Catholic, Read & write, 13 [1887/8], Female, Scholar, not married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Stephen Farrell, Brother, Roman Catholic, Read, 18 [1882/3], Male, Porter, not married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Margaret Haines, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Cannot Read or write, 3 [1897/8], Female, Scholar, not married, b. City Dublin, speaks English
    Form B (about the house):
    Walls of stone, brick or concrete
    Roof of slate, iron or tiles
    5 or 6 rooms in building
    5 families in house
    1 room occupied by family headed by Julia Haynes [sic]

  3. Census Office. Ireland Census 1911. (Dublin: National Archives of Ireland), County: City of Dublin / Parish: St Peter / Ward: Mansion House / Street: Lower Kevin Street / Schedule 27.2, 2 Apr 1911, Primary quality.

    Address: 27 Lower Kevin Street, Dublin, County Dublin
    Form A (about the family):
    John Haines, head of family, Roman Catholic, Read & write, male, 38 [1872/3], House Painter, married, b. Dublin City, speaks English
    Julia Haines, wife, Roman Catholic, Read & write, female, 35 [1875/6], Vest maker, married 15 years, 1 child born, 1 child still living, b. Dublin City, speaks English
    Margaret Mary Haines, daughter, Roman Catholic, Read & write, female, 13 [1897/8], Scholar, single, b. Dublin City, speaks English
    Christopher Walsh, boarder, Roman Catholic, Read & write, male, 29 [1881/2], Tailors Trimmer, single, b. Dublin City, speaks English
    Form B (about the house):
    Private dwelling
    No out-offices
    Walls of stone, brick or concrete
    Roof of slate, iron or tile
    Six rooms
    Five windows in front of house
    Five distinct families occupying house
    John Haines' household occupying one room