Person:Rosanna Farrell (1)

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Rosanna Farrell
 
m. 6 May 1872
  1. John Joseph Farrell1873 -
  2. Michael Edward Farrell1875 - 1876
  3. Julia Farrell1876 -
  4. Catherine Farrell1877 -
  5. Richard Farrell1878 -
  6. Maria Farrell1880 -
  7. William Farrell1881 -
  8. Stephen Farrell1883 -
  9. Margaret Mary Farrell1885 -
  10. Rosanna Farrell1887 -
  • H.  Michael Timmins (add)
  • WRosanna Farrell1887 -
m. 23 May 1909
Facts and Events
Name Rosanna Farrell
Gender Female
Birth[1] 17 Mar 1887 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Christening[1] 21 Mar 1887 Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandSt Mary's Pro Cathedral
Census[2] 31 Mar 1901 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland37 New Street
Marriage 23 May 1909 Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandSt Audoen
to Michael Timmins (add)
Census[3] 2 Apr 1911 Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland2 Vances Buildings

Rosanna Farrell was born on 17th March 1887 in Dublin, the daughter of Margaret Farrell, formerly Reid, and her husband Richard Farrell, a tailor. She was baptised four days laters at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral, when the family's home was given as 146 Capel Street.

Her mother died in 1894, just before Rosanna's seventh birthday. Rosanna and several of her siblings appear in the 1901 census living with their eldest sister, Julia.

In 1909, Rosanna married Michael Timmins. The 1911 census finds Rosanna and Michael and a daughter living at 2 Vances Buildings in Dublin. Rosanna's father lived at the same address. Rosanna's father died in 1919, and she acted as informant for his death. At this time she was living at 95 Capel Street. She has yet to be researched after 1919.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 St Mary's Pro Cathedral baptisms register, in Irish Genealogy.

    Name: Rosanna Farrell
    Born: 17 Mar 1887
    Address: 146 Capel St
    Father: Richard Farrell
    Mother: Margt Reid
    Baptised: 21 Mar 1887
    Sponsor: Teresa Byrne

  2. Census Office. Ireland Census 1901. (National Archives of Ireland), Dublin / Merchants Quay / New Street, 31 Mar 1901.

    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), 1911 / Dublin / Merchant's Quay / Vance's Buildings, 2 Apr 1911.

    Address: 2 Vances Buildings, Dublin City
    1 room occupied
    Michael Timmins, head, R. Catholic, Read & Write, male, 23 [1887/8], General Labourer, Married, b. Dublin City
    Rosanna Timmins, wife, R. Catholic, Read & Write, female, 23 [1887/8], married 3 years, 1 child born alive, 1 child still living, b. Dublin City
    Margaret Timmins, daughter, R. Catholic, Cannot [Read], female, 1 year 3 months, single, b. Dublin City

    Rosanna's father Richard Farrell is listed as a separated household at the same address.