Nov 182017
 

Dublin Residents in 1664

In the 1800s a list was made of residents from the Hearth Money Rolls, which later perished in the PRO fire.

The only slightly relevant entry (apart from Haydens) was Nicholas Hide, Lucan Towne (Townland), Lucan Parish, 2 hearths. There is however no record of any relevant descendants in the research undertaken in the 1800s onwards.

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Tree # 3

This tree, as it relates to Dublin, reflects the ancestors who clearly originated in Kildare/Wicklow AND can be linked together from the various records.

The other families in Dublin may also originate in Kildare/Wicklow but have their own tree references of Tree # 16 and 18 as the connections are not proven.

The families in Dublin that are part of Tree # 3 are:

Patrick b 1842 mar Bridget Lynch Dunlavin, 1869

  • Mary Hayde b 1871, Dublin
  • Anne Hayde b 1873
  • Bridget Hayde b 1874
  • Patrick Hayde b 1875.

Patrick b 1822 mar Mary Lynch, Commons (by Dowdestown, 1840

  • Ellen Hade

Patrick and Eleanor (Mary) Keoghe, Dunlavin

  • Rose Heade b 1817, Kinseltown
  • Richard Heade b 1820, Fryarhill
  • Patrick Heade b 1822, Tubber. Mar Mary Lynch Ballymore Eustace in 1840
    • Ellen Heade b 1841
    • Bridget Hade b 1843
    • Phillip Hade b 1845. Mar Elizabeth Kavanagh, Dublin 1874
    • Mary Hade b 1850
    • James Hade b 1852. Mar Kate Holden, Dublin 1881
    • Judith Hade b 1855
    • Jacob Hade b 1857
  • Denis Heade b 1829. Joined 63rd Foot in 1847
  • Sarah Heade b 1840, Dunlavin
  • Thomas Hade b 1840. Mar Mary Cahill.

James and Rose from Donard

  • Denis Heade b 1821
    • Thomas Heade b circa 1840. Mar Anne McCredie, Dublin 1860
    • Edward Heade b circa 1840
  • William Hayde b 1822.

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Tree # 16

In the early 1800s, there were several families in the Dublin south parish records who all appeared to have some connection because of where there were living, some common names or other related factors. These families probably originated in the Kildare/Wicklow area and are probably related to the families in Tree # 3. These were:

Christopher (b 1768) who married Margaret Byrne in St Paul’s parish in 1806.

  • Bridget Heade b 1807
  • Matthew Hade b 1818. Mar Mary Murphy in 1844 in Australia
    • Margaret Hade b 1841, Australia
    • Christopher Hade b 1845. Mar Margaret Hughes 1872 and Elizabeth Connor later in life
    • Thomas Hade b 1847. D 1850
    • John Hade b 1851. Mar Mary Bergin
    • William Cornelius Hade b 1856. Mar Annie Larner
  • Margaret Hade b 1822

Christopher was in the North Dublin workhouse in 1840 and died there in 1844.

Matthew was convicted of being a pick pocket in Dublin in 1832 and was sentenced to 7 years in Australia.  He married there and subsequently settled in Australia  There are many Hade descendants in NSW, Australia that can be traced back to Matthew.

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Christopher is a very unusual name.  It only appears in the family in a small number of cases, as does Matthew.  Any users of these names therefore must have some connection. The Christopher b 1862 to Matthew and Catherine must show some linkage between the families.

Henry born circa 1795. He was in the 1851 Dublin census as well as the William O’Brien records of 1848. He was probably baptised as an adult in Rathmines in 1852.

Henry could have had a family in Dunlavin in the early 1800s. Henry does not feature very often in the family records and its use signifies a probably connection.

John Hade b circa 1810 mar Elizabeth Baxter 1837

  • James Hade b 1837, St Pauls, Dublin
  • Matthew Hayde b 1842. Mar Catherine Cassidy 1861
    • Christopher Hayde b 1862, St Pauls, Dublin
    • Matthew Hade b 1865
    • Martin E Hade b 1867
    • James Patrick Hade b 1868
    • Stephen Joseph Hade b 1870
  • Stephen Hade b 1845. A smith. Mar Mary Ann Conlon 1872
    • Bridgit Hade b 1873
    • Catherine Hayde b 1876. Mar 1894
    • Sarah Teresa Hade b 1880
    • John Hayde b 1884. a Locksmith. Mar Brigid Kelly, Dublin, 1909

William Hayde, a smith, b circa 1815 and Catherine Vins. In Donnybrook in 1849

  • Henry Hayde b 1842. He was a smith. Mar Mary Anne Price 1869, Haddington Road, Dublin
    • Catherine Ester Heade b 1870. Became a nun. D Chicago 1939
    • Patrick Robert Heade b 1872. Mar Bridget Coonan 1911
    • Robert Joseph Hayde b 1874. A Blacksmith
    • Mary Teresa Heade b 1880. Became a nun. D St Louis 1954
    • William Heade b 1880. A blacksmith. Mar Frances Ahern 1904
    • Henry Heade b 1882. Mar Bridgid Maguire, St Pauls, Dublin, 1918
    • Elizabeth Heade b 1884. Became a nun. D 1977 Liverpool
    • Michael Heade b 1886. Mar Julia Leahy, St Pauls, Dublin 1917
    • Thomas Patrick Heade b 1889. Served with Lancashire Fusilliers D 1916
  • William Hade b 1846
  • Thomas Hade b 1848. A coachman. Mar Bridget Cahill 1885

William and Catherine married in 1838 in the Dunlavin parish.

Descendants are in Dublin as Heade

James Hade b circa 1816 and Bridget Flanagan. In Roundtown, Rathfarnham 1849

  • John Heade b circa 1830. Mar Bridget
    • Michael Joseph Hade b 1856
  • Sarah Heade b circa 1835. Mar 1860
  • Anne Heade b 1840. Mar 1863
  • Thomas Heade b 1843. Mar Johanna Kearney or Kenny in St Mary’s Dublin, in 1882
    • Elizabeth Mary Haide b 1865
    • Bridget Heade b 1870
    • Sarah J Heade b 1872
    • Emily Heade b 1875
    • William Heade b 1876
    • Matthew Heade b 1877. Mar Catherine Kelly in 1910
  • James Hayde b 1848. Mar Margaret Toohey Dublin South, 1885
    • William Hayde b 1877. Mar Matilda Mahon 1899
    • Richard Hayde b 1882
    • Mary Teresa Hayde b 1879
    • Stephen Joseph Hayde b 1885
  • Michael Hayde b 1849

Descendants are in Dublin as Heade.

William (and/orThomas) b circa 1820 and Rose Moyles

  • William Bernard Hade b 1843. Mar Joanne Whittaker 1869 Ballybrack, Dublin
    • Rose Teresa Hade b 1871. D 1871
    • Thomas James Hade b 1872
    • William John Hade b 1874
    • Thomas Edward Haide b 1879
    • Sarah Teresa Hade b 1880
    • Francis Joseph Haide 1881

William and Joanna were in Manchester in 1881. Descendants settled in Manchester and have adopted Haide.

Patrick Hade b circa 1824 and Ester Riley from Ballymore Eustace

  • James Hade b 1847, Ballymore Eustace
  • Mary Heade b 1853, St Pauls, Dublin
  • John Hade b 1862, Haddington Road, Dublin
  • Eugene (Owen) Heade b 1844, Rathfarnham. Mar Mary Hennessy 1877. Emigrated to America in 1885 and settled in Pennsylvania as Heade.
    • James Patrick Heade b 1878. Mar Mary Overbeck.
    • John Joseph Heade b 1880
    • Owen Bernard Heade b 1883. Mar Ida Young
    • William Thomas Heade b 1886
    • Samuel Edward Heade b 1891

Patrick and Sarah had their first child in Ballymore Eustace in 1847. They second child Mary, was baptised in Ballymore Eustace in 1852 and St Pauls, Dublin in 1853.

Descendants are in Pennsylvania as Heade.

Michael Hade b circa 1830 and Margaret Maher. Michael was a tailor from Roundtown, South Dublin

  • Henry Hade b 1854
  • William Hade b 1856
  • Patrick Hade b 1859. Mar Sarah McDonald 1874, Donnybrook, South Dublin
    • Michael Heade b 1874. Mar Mary Ann Brady in 1913
    • Henry Hade b 1876
    • William Hayde b 1877. Mar Sarah Lee
    • Patrick Heade b 1880. Mar Margaret McCormick
    • Elizabeth Haide b 1883
    • Thomas Hayde b 1885
    • James Joseph Hayde b 1886
    • Sarah Hayde b 1888

Michael and.

Descendants are in Dublin as Heade.

The tree shows at ancestry groups some of these people together but in reality the precise connections prior to the 1800s are a bit of a guess.  The tree is at https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/tree/51972226/family

Tree # 18

In 1826 there was a major bank crisis in England which resulted in many textile factories in Dublin becoming uneconomic.  Many of these factories closed and the staff were unemployed.  Many of the newly unemployed men were used to repair roads in various parts of Dublin during the summer of 1826. James Hayde (a wool dyer with a family of 5) and Pat Hayde (a spinner with a family of 3) were in these records of labourers.

James was living at 5 Newmarket and Pat at Tenters (an area close to Newmarket). These were areas in Dublin City just south of the river. James probably joined the British army (46th Foot) and was stationed in Canada in 1822. He was born 1799 in St Michans parish and was a tailor. {check for his army records}.

There are various records in the St Catherines (Meath Street), St Michaels (Lower Exchange Street) and St Andrews (Westland Row) Catholic parishes in the late 1700s and early 1800s that could  relate to these families. However the linkages are not clear.

What is clear is that two descendants married and had families at St Michans and St Catherines parishes on the northside of the river in the 1850s. These were:

Pat, a painter, who married Ann Loran in 1848

  • James Haid b 1850. Mar Elizabeth Walsh in 1861. James was a painter. He died 1887
    • Elizabeth Ester (Lillie) Hayde b 1880
    • Patrick Joseph Hayde b 1883
    • Michael James Hayde b 1885
    • Anne Josephine Haide b 1881
  • Mary Haid b 1852. Mar 1872
  • Ann Heade b 1854. Mar 1884
  • Rosanna Hayde b 1857. Mar 1880
  • Bridget Heade b 1859
  • Jane Haid b 1861
  • Ester Haide b 1863. D 1915
  • Matthew Francis Heade b 1864. D 1867

James and Sarah Byrne

  • Patrick Hayde b 1847. Mar Ellen Quin or Hunt.  Patrick was a news vendor. He died 1910. They lived 34 Upper Tyrone St
  • Michael Hayde b 1849. Mar Elizabeth Gallagher or Fitzpatrick in 1874. He was a painter and they lived 20 Upper Tyrone St. He died 1891
    • Sarah Anne Hade b 1874
    • Maria Heade b 1875
    • Ellen Hade b 1877
    • Bridget Catherine Haide b 1880
    • Sarah Anne Haide b 1881
    • Mary Haide b 1882
    • Michael Hayde b 1890
  • Maria Haide b circa 1850
  • John Hayd b 1853
  • James Haide b 1855. Mar Ester Bremman in 1882
    • James Christopher Hayde b 1882. Mar Elizabeth Keogh. James was a news vendor living at 4 Murphys Cottages when he joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in 1903. He died 1916
      • Patrick Joseph Hade b 1907
      • James Haide b 1908. Mar Margaret Hoey 1935
      • Daniel Haid b 1910. D 1911
      • Luke Joseph Hayde b 1912. Mar Mary Deveraux in 1933 then Catherine Bolger 1949
      • Joseph Benedict Haide b 1915. Mar Mary Oates 1940
    • Michael Haide b 1884. D 1890
    • George Haid b 1885. D before 1911
    • Sarah A Hayde b 1886. D before 1911
    • Mary Ester Haide b 1889. D 1889
    • John Joseph Haide b 1890. D 1894
    • Joseph Patrick Haide b 1893
    • Patrick Haide b 1895. D 1910
  • Sarah Haid b 1861
  • Teresa Haid b 1863

Both these families lived in the same areas.  They were in Walshes Row in the 1850s, Penders Court and Dorset St in the 1860s then Murphy’s Cottages and Summerhill in the 1890s.

A descendant has undertaken a DNA test and the results show that his DNA is very similar to these from Tipperary (Trees # 1, 9, and 10) and also from Tree # 3 which has Kildare/Wicklow origins.

The assumption therefore is that these families moved from Kildare/Wicklow to Dublin in the late 1700s.

The family tree can be seen at https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/tree/52117927/family

Rathmines Family

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John and Mary – 139 Francis St dairy 1846-50 then 16 Mill St in 1851 and O’Briens 1848).

  • William (b 1827) and Elizabeth Healy/Kelly – 139 Francis St in 1851 census and O’Briens.
    • Johannes (b 1847)
    • William (b 1849)
    • Catherine (b 1856)
    • Rosanna (b 1860)
  • Denis and Anne Hayden (Anne prob owned dairy in Mary St 1851-72) – Rathmines. Ann in Manchester 1871 with son Edward and his wife Elizabeth.
    • Thomas (b abt 1840) and Anne McCreat – 8 children
      • Patrick Joseph (b 1861) and Ellen
        • Thomas Joseph (b 1887)
      • John (b 1864), iron turner/carpenter, and Anne Evans and Anne O’Connor (from 1897) – 7 children by 1911
        • Thomas Joseph (b 1895) (by Anne Evans)
        • Edward Joseph (b 1900) (d 1916)
        • Patrick John (b 1902), a plumber
        • Annie Elizabeth (b 1903)
        • John Joseph (b 1906)
        • Joseph (b 1908)
        • Margaret (b 1908)
        • Denis (b 1912)
      • Helena Maria (b 1866) or Ellen (b 1866) (m Joseph Armstrong 1886)
      • Mary Anne (b 1868). Mar Charles Byrne 1895.
      • Denis Joseph (b 1870), fitter, and Elizabeth Kenny – 4 children by 1911
        • Catherine Mary (b 1904)
        • Thomas Joseph (b 1906)
        • Denis C (b 1907)
        • Elizabeth (1910)
        • Margaret (b 1914)
      • Anna Christine (b 1872)
      • Thomas (b 1875) – single in 1911
      • Margaret (b 1880)
    • Edward (b abt 1840), bricklayer, and Elizabeth Quinn then Anne Finnegan (d 1926). Manchester 1871 as Heade and 1891 as Hade.
      • John (b 1864)
      • Elizabeth Ann (b 1875)
    • Mary (M John Brown)

John and Catherine Cullen m 1827.  Connection ?

  • John, farmer.
    • Nicholas (b 1856) and Mary Toomey
      • John (b 1893)
      • Mary (b 1898)
      • Lillie (b 1900)

 Rathfarnham and Willbrook Family

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Henry and Mary from Kilkenny (m 1774 – assume recorded late)

  • Rose b 1767
  • Judith b 1768
  • Michael b 1769
  • Richard (prob b 1770) and Biddy (Bridget). In Kingston 1790s.  Richard was probably a barber who joined army in 1790.
  • Tom (b 1791)
  • Mary (b 1793)
  • Patrick (b 1794), a tailor, and Maria
    • Denis (b 1829) (served in 63rd Foot) and Elizabeth Phillipson then Bridget Butler/Cavanagh – Roundtown
      • Mary (b 1852 Limerick)
  • ? Pat (b abt 1826) and Cath
    • William (b 1846/49) (served 36th Foot) and Mary Aggett
  • ? James, labourer, and Catherine Broghite
    • Joseph (b 1844)
    • John (b 1850)
    • Mary Anne (b 1853)
    • Richard and Sarah Murray
      • James Joseph (b 1881)
      • Catherine (b 1882)
    • Henry (probably) (b 1810).  Joined 79th foot 1824 in Kilkenny, A tailor.
    • Catherine.  M 1828 Montreal.

Patrick and Catherine Carroll from St Marys Kilkenny (m 1777)

Others:

  • Nicholas and Mary (Dowling ? perhaps) fromWicklow
    • Rosanna (b 1847)
    • Bridget (b abt 1850)
    • Joanna (M 1864).  43 Francis St.
  • Patrick, (b 1825) a shoemaker, and Ellen from Longstown, Ballymore Eustace, (Wicklow)
    • Patrick (b abt 1845) carpenter, and Elizabeth Conway – Willbrook
  • Patrick (b 1870) and Jane Knowles (3 children by 1911) – Whitechurch 1911 census.
    • Kathleen (b 1902)
    • Patrick Joseph (b 1903)
      • Mary (b 1906)
      • Maria Helena/Ellen (b 1873)
      • Elizabeth (b 1874)
      • Rose Ann Mary (b 1878)
      • John Michael (b 1880)
      • Joseph (b 1883), a tailor, and Lizzie McNevin (3 children by 1911)
          • Elizabeth (b 1905)
          • Patrick J (b 1907).  (d bef 1911)
          • Jeremiah P (Gerald) (b 1908) and Kathleen Farrell
            • Michael G (b 1939)
            • Mary J (b 1942)
            • Carmel C (b 1944)
            • Gladys E (b 1947)
          • Margaret M (b 1912/17)
          • Veronica T (b 1921)
    • Sarah (M 1861).  98 Francis St

 

 

 

A much more detailed record of the various families from the parish, civil and other records can be seen at {enter ref}

 

 

 

 

 

  4 Responses to “Dublin, Ireland Families (Trees # 3, 16 and 18)”

  1. My husband is a MacQuillen and his earliest ancestor left Dublin in 1765 and came to London. His Y dna test has confirmed this as he has matched closely with a MacQuillan who is now in Australia but lived in ireland till the 1950s and his family are from Armagh. However i have recently had an autosomal test done on Ancestry and my closest match as been with the lady i believe has dna tested for this One Family project – a Trudi Hayde. So possibly somewhere in my husbands line – possibly in Dublin – there is a Hayde marriage which I have not found. The match was flagged as “very high” and possibly fourth cousin although I dont know how accurate that is.

  2. Hi David,
    This is a very impressive piece of work. Well done.
    My father was Michael Heade born 1878 to Patrick and Sarah of Donnybrook, Dublin. Michael joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in 1896 and served in the second Boer war from 1900 to 1902. When he was discharged he joined the Royal Field Artillery from 1902 to 1905. He was transferred to the Reserve but was called up again in 1914. He was honourably discharged in 1919. I have seen records referring to his father as Patrick Hayde and we Heades were often called Hayde when I was growing up in Donnybrook which still had a village feel to it back then. I think I noticed that you have Patrick as the son of another Michael, a tailor in tree #16. I can’t see where Michael came from. If you can steer me in the right direction it would be much appreciated.

    • Ken. I am in the process of updating the web site to reflect a lot of recent information gathered. It’s still a work in progress. I have seen those records of Patrick Hayde, who was a son of Michael born about 1830 and Margaret Maher. I am pretty sure he came from the Kildare/Wicklow area as I will explain in the web site. The records however are faded or incomplete so cannot be verified.

      I have also seen the army records of Michael in the PRO in London.

      Do you have any old photos of your parents/g parents I could share on this web site?

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