Person:Michael Hoban (1)

Watchers
Michael Hoban
b.Abt 1838 Ireland
 
  1. Michael HobanAbt 1838 -
  2. Margaret Hoban1844 -
  • HMichael HobanAbt 1838 -
  • WAnn JordanAbt 1840 -
m. 1 Apr 1861
  1. Cecelia HobanAbt 1862 -
  2. Mary Ellen Hoban1864 -
  3. Margaret Jane Hoban1868 -
  4. Eliza Hoban1870 -
  5. Michael James Hoban1873 -
  6. Sarah Agnes Hoban1876 -
Facts and Events
Name Michael Hoban
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1838 Ireland
Residence[2] 1861 Verulam, Victoria, Ontario, Canadaprior to marriage
Marriage 1 Apr 1861 Mara, Ontario, Canada West, CanadaMara R. C. Mission
to Ann Jordan
Reference Number? 4046

from: They came to Mara p. 422, by William Hoban:
"Michael Hoban and his wife, Annie Jordan, were living in Mara by 1871. Michael received the patent for Lot 1, Concession 7 and it was there, along the shores of Mud Lake, that Michael, Annie and their young family lived for several years. The Hobans did not remain in Mara very long; in the late 1870s the Hoban property was sold partly to John Guindon and his family, and the remaining portion was sold to Patrick Donnelly.
Michael's wife, Annie, was a daughter of Martin Jordan and Cecelia Garrett. Annie's sisters were: Ellen (Mrs. Peter O'Donnell, and later, Mrs. Patrick Mangan), Bridget (Mrs. Patrick McGrath), and Cecelia Sarah, the only JORDAN daughter who was born in Canada (Mrs. Richard Barker).
The Hobans moved to Carden Township and later, the family moved to Selkirk, Manitoba. Although the family name did not remain in Mara Township, Hoban ties are still claimed through the Jordans, to several local families, including Barkers, McGraths, Mangans, and O'Donnells."

References
  1. Corporation of the Township of Mara. They came to Mara: Pioneers of Mara Township, circa 1829-1900. (Brechin, Ontario: Corporation of the Township of Mara (Ontario), 1993)
    p. 461.

    QUAY 3

  2. from marriage registration