Mary Wiseman Fuller, 1836

Name
Mary Wiseman /Fuller/
Given names
Mary Wiseman
Surname
Fuller
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage1823
21 months
elder brother
18241865
Birth: September 19, 1824 31 29 Kinneigh, County Cork, Ireland
Occupation: Solicitor
Residence: Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
Death: November 11, 1865Skibbereen, County Cork, Ireland
2 years
elder sister
18261915
Birth: 1826 33 31
Death: January 21, 1915Ballaghanure, County Cork, Ireland
3 years
elder sister
18281902
Birth: 1828 35 33
Death: September 2, 1902Fort Robert, Dromidiclogh, County Cork, Ireland
2 years
elder brother
1829
Birth: 1829 36 34
3 years
elder sister
1831
Birth: 1831 38 36
sister
herself
3 years
younger brother
18381885
Birth: 1838 45 43
Residence: Prospect Cottage, Ballaghanure, County Cork, Ireland
Death: January 18, 1885Prospect Cottage, Ballaghanure, County Cork, Ireland
Birth
1836 43 41
Baptism
May 8, 1836 43 41 (aged 0)
Birth of a brother
1838 (aged 2 years)
Death of a father
Death of a brother
Address: At Home
Note: Informant Edward Fuller of Deelish Abbey - cousin of Ralph Fuller.

Informant Edward Fuller of Deelish Abbey - cousin of Ralph Fuller.
Edward is the son of Ralph's father Joseph's brother Ralph b. c. 1789

Burial of a brother
Death of a paternal grandmother
Note: Ballymoney Parish Records.

Ballymoney Parish Records.
1867 Apr-05 Elizabeth Fuller Prospect Cottage, Parish of Kinneigh 102 Arch Deacon of Ross, Vicar of Kinneigh

Death of a mother
Death of a brother
Death of a sister
Note: Mary Fuller of Ballaghanure (Prospect Cottage?) her sister present at death.
Note: Fort Robert (Kinneigh) (H3666)

Fort Robert (Kinneigh) (H3666)
Described by Lewis in I837 as a "handsome residence" then occupied by Mrs. [O'] Connor. In 1851 it was leased by George Fuller from Mary Longfield [O']Connor and valued at £18. By the mid 1860s it was in the possession of Thomas Kingston Sullivan. The sale rental of 1867 records that Fort Robert had been "allowed to get out of repair, but is beautifully situated". It appears to have become ruinous by 1890s. The Irish Tourist Association Survey of 1944 stated that the ruin was the property of Judge Henry Connor and also that the house had been associated with Art [O']Connor, United Irishman. Dromidclogh Kinneigh Dunmanway Kinneigh 115 East Carbery (West) Cork Lat/Lon: 51.73257
-8.98583

OSI Ref:
W319538 Discovery map #86. OS Sheet #108.

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Death of a sister
Death
yes
Last change
November 25, 201921:20:05
Author of last change: murrayj
Note

Notes: Kinneigh – Mary Wiseman, d/o Joseph & Catherine, bap. 8 May, 1836.
Census 1901 and 1911 have Mary Fuller, sister-in-law to Catherine (widow of Joseph Fuller b.1838) living with Catherine and her daughter Catherine (Katie Howe) and a Margaret Fuller at Ballaghanure (prospect cottage). Note: ages are correct in 1911 census.