Person:Mabella Parker (1)

Mabella Anne D'Esterre Parker
b.23 Nov 1844
d.18 Nov 1916
m. 16 Jun 1842
  1. Catherine Jane Parker1843 - 1927
  2. Mabella Anne D'Esterre Parker1844 - 1916
  3. Alicia Elinor Parker1848 - 1848
  4. Mary Townsend Parker1852 - 1930
Facts and Events
Name Mabella Anne D'Esterre Parker
Alt Name Mabella Anne D'Esterre Parker
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 23 Nov 1844
Death[4] 18 Nov 1916
Burial[5] 22 Nov 1916 Old Grave Yard, Parish of Marmullane, Passage West, Co.Cork, Ireland.
Other[6] Notes
  1. Source (3). (Name: Unpublished genealogical notes. Owned 2002 by Daireen Foott, Co. Cork, Ireland. "I certify that the above is a correct copy of the family book as kept by the late Catherine Anne Parker of Rock Cottage, P.W., made 18th Nov. 1872, by Sarah J. Parker.";).
  2. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke. London: 1912.
  3. "Agnes Townsend's Notebook," contributed by her grand-daughter, Mrs. Crookshank. Marriages Births and Deaths Amon Friends and Acquaintances.. (Name: Irish Ancestor, vol. 8, no. 2, 1976, pp. 96-113.;)
    p. 98.
  4. Gravestone transcription. From: County Cork Pedigrees..
  5. Source (12). (Name: Transcriptions on cards by persons unknown, found in church vestry. Transcribed by Marian Press and Daireen Foott, 2003.;).
  6. Dec., 1844. Mrs. WIlliam Parker had a daughter Mabella Anne D'Esterre. (Agnes Townsend's Notebook)

    In 1911, living on The Green, Passage West, County Cork, "income derived." (1911 Irish census).

    Parker. Mabella D'Esterre, The Green, Passage West. November 22, 1916. Age 73. (Cards in St. Mary's Church, Marmullane, Passage West P:28/6).

    On Nov. 18th 1916 at Victoria Hiospital, Cork, Mabella Anne D'Esterre, second daughter of the late William D'Esterre PArker, J.P., The Green, Passage West, Co. Cork. Funeral 9 o'clock Wednesday from Marmullane Church for Old Grave Yard.

    The death of Miss Mabella Parker has cast a gloom over the parish, as she was related to several families here, and had a large number of close friends. She has been for many years associated with the religious and social life of the place. SHe held the post of voluntary organist in the church at one time. She was Hon, Secretary of the Marmullane Lawn Tennis Club, and was a indefatigable collector for the Victoria Hospital. She will leave a blank in the parish which will not easily be filled. (Unlabelled clipping in possession of D. Foott).