Person:Michael Reid (3)

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Michael Thomas Reid
 
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Name Michael Thomas Reid
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] 1887 Monasterevin, County Kildare, Ireland
Census[2] 31 Mar 1901 Monasterevin, County Kildare, IrelandMary's Lane
Census[3] 2 Apr 1911 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland19 Upper Stephen Street

Michael Thomas Reid was born in 1887 at Monasterevin in County Kildare, the son of a bricklayer named William Reid and his wife Elizabeth Bowe. He grew up in Monasterevin, appearing there in the 1901 census with his parents and siblings. By 1911 he had moved to the city of Dublin, where he worked as a draper's clerk and lived with his aunt (his father's sister) Rosanna Farrell at 19 Stephen Street, to the south of the city centre in the civil parish of St Peter.

Michael has yet to be traced after the 1911 census.

References
  1. Births index, in General Register Office of Ireland. Civil Registration, Primary quality.

    b. Michael Thomas REID, March Quarter 1887, Athy Registration District, Vol. 3, page 333

  2. Census Office. Ireland Census 1901. (National Archives of Ireland), Primary quality.

    Form A (about the family):
    Address: Mary's Lane, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare
    William Reid, head of family, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 38 [1862/3], Male, Bricklayer, Married, b. Co. Armagh, speaks English
    Elizabeth Reid, wife, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 36 [1864/5], Female, Housekeeper, Married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    Michael Reid, son, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 12 [1888/9], Male, Scholar, Not married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    William Reid, son, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 10 [1890/1], Male, Scholar, Not married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    Kathleen Reid, daughter, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 9 [1891/2], Female, Scholar, Not married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    Aloysius Reid, son, Roman Catholic, Read & Write, 4 [1896/7], Male, Scholar, Not married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    Stephen Reid, son Roman Catholic, Cannot read, 2 [1898/9], Male, Scholar, Not married, b. Co. Kildare, speaks English
    Form B (about the house):
    Walls of stone, brick or concrete
    Roof of slate, iron or tile
    Four rooms
    Four windows in front of house
    One family in the house
    Outbuildings: 3 (Piggery, Fowl house and Turf house)

  3. 3.0 3.1 Census Office. Ireland Census 1911. (Dublin: National Archives of Ireland), County: Dublin City, District Electoral Division: Royal Exchange Ward, Parish: St Peter, 2 Apr 1911, Primary quality.

    Address: 19 Upper Stephen Street, Dublin
    Form A (about the family):
    Rosanna Farrell, head, Catholic, Read & write, female, 58 [1852/3], Machinist, Widow, 10 children, 3 still living, b. Dublin, speaks English
    Margaret Farrell, daughter, Catholic, Read & write, female, 32 [1878/9], Shop assistant (bakery), single, b. Dublin, speaks English
    Michael T. Reid, nephew, Catholic, Read & write, male, 23 [1887/8], Drapers Clerk, single, b. Monasterevan, Co. Kildare, speaks Irish & English
    Form B (about the house):
    Dwelling & shop
    No outbuildings
    Walls of stone, brick or concrete
    Roof of slate, iron or tile
    11 rooms
    6 windows on front of house
    2 distinct families in house (Rosanna Farrell's family occupying 3 rooms, five people in the family of a John McKenna occupying other 8 rooms)