b: ABT 1820
d: BEF 1886


To distinguish Patrick Dargan from his son Patrick J. Dorgan, I will use the variant spelling of his name as found in all of the extant land records: PATRICK DARGAN.


The DORGAN surname is derived from the Irish surname O/Dearga/in. The Irish name literally means the "the grandson of the little red man:. The O/ prefix means "descended from", or "of" (i.e. "grandson"), while the prefix Mac (in Irish as in scots Gaelic) means "the son of". The feminine form of the surname is Ni/Dhearga/in. The feminine form is a soft sounding name that many think more pleasing to the ear than the masculine form. Unfortunately, if you don't speak Gaelic that's probably a very academic point. The reasons you don't find too many Dorgans is because the Irish name has a second form. When the English ruled Ireland it was illegal to use your Irish name, so all names were "translated" into English. In Cork County and in Munster Province as a whole, the name was translated to Dorgan while in Leinster Province the name was translated to Dargan. This makes perfect sense if you are familiar with Gaelic and the accents in these regions. You will find a reference to the name Dorgan/Dargan in "Irish Families" or "More Irish Families", the seminal texts on Irish surnames written by Dr. Edward McLysacht. McLysacht was Chief Herald of Ireland (all the English titles and heraldic laws still exist there) and a renowned scholar concerning the DORGAN name.

Here is another story of the origin of the DORGAN name:

(O)Dargan, Dorgan

The Gaelic name O Deargain, the root of which is the adjective dearg (red), has taken the Anglicized form Dargan in Leinster, and Dorgan in Munster. The latter is almost confined to Co. Cork (where there is a place-name, Ballydorgan) while respectable families of Durgan have long been resident in the midland counties. As a Gaelic sept they were of little importance so that they seldom figure in the Annals, the "Book of Rights", the Fiants, the "Topographical Poems", "An Leabhar Muimhneach" or any of the usual sources of genealogical information. There were two prominent nineteenth century men of the name: William Dargan (1799-1867), the chief builder of Irish railways and promoter of the Dublin International Industrial Exhibition of 1853; and Edmund Strother Dargan (1809-1879), the Irish -American judge, a remarkable character of whom many amusing anecdotes are told.

The O Dorgans were in reality the O Dargans - Irish - Ui Deargain who were a Sept / Family branch - who had their original Native Irish territory in the Leinster Province. The derivative name O Dorgan was used instead in County Cork where there is a town called Ballydorgan: Ó Deargáin: not Ó Dorcháin nor Ó Dorchaidhe.

From: "Jerry Kelly"
Date: June 11, 2005 2:03:09 PM EDT
Subject: Re: [Irish-American] DORGAN/O'DORCHAIN or DARGAN/O'DEARGAIN?

Hi Bill,

MacLysaght (Surnames of Ireland) writes "(O) Dargan - The Leinster form of Ó Deargáin (dearg, red). In Co. Cork it takes the form Dorgan and is perpetuated in the place-name Ballydorgan." Let's note that MacLysaght chooses to place your name under (O) Dargan because he knows that's how the name should be pronounced.

de Breffny (Irish Family Names) writes "Dorgan - This name found principally in Co. Cork, derives from the Irish Ó Deargáin. The name of Ballydorgan townland in the barony of Condons and Clangibbon indicates an early home of the family. The variant form Dargan is found in Leinster." We should add that properly speaking, Dargan isn't the variant. Dorgan is the variant.

Woulfe (Sloinnte Gaeidheal 7 Gall / Surnames Of The Gaeil & The Gaill) writes "Ó Deargáin (Dargan, Dergan, Dorgan, Dorrigan); descendant of Deargán (diminuitive of dearg, red); an old surname in Westmeath, Offaly and Cork. In the last-named county, it is now anglicized Dorgan, which is not very correct."

So Woulfe points out that Dorgan is a poor pronunciation of the original Ó Deargáin, and he's right.

So there's apparently no doubt that your original surname is actually Ó Deargáin.

And here we see the moment that your family made the move from speaking Irish to also speaking English:

"BUT ... my GGGrandfather was Patrick DARGAN, at least in Griffith's Valuation of County Cork in the 1850s and on the marriage certificate (November 1886) of his son PATRICK J. DORGAN."

Meanwhile, Woulfe, and only Woulfe, cites the existence of the name Ó Dorcháin in Irish, but can't come up with a suitable explanation for its existence.

Woulfe writes "Ó Dorcháin - Dorgan, Dorrigan, (?) Doorigan; 'descendant of Dorchán' (diminuitive of Dorchaidhe); a rare surname in Cork and Kerry, probably the same as Ó Dorchaidhe." Well, this isn't exactly right. The diminimuitive of Dorcha, meaning 'dark', would be Dorchán, and I can't find either Dorcha nor Dorchán in the old manuscript sources as an actual Irish name. The diminuitive of Dorchaidhe would actually be something like Dorchaidheán, and I can't find that either, although it could conceivably exist.

Further, Ó Dorchaidhe ('grandson of dark-man' from the root dorcha meaning 'dark') has been anglicized as Dorkey, Darkey, and even Dorcey, Darcy, and D'Arcy, but nobody has ever actually found an example of the name being anglicized to Dorgan. And notice that Woulfe has not tried to connect the name to some actual or ancient family of the name Ó Dorcháin. He knows no such family existed. Instead, he concludes that Ó Dorcháin / Dorgan must be a very wide variation in spelling and pronunciation from some other actual Irish name. And he's right. But he chooses the wrong family, he chooses Ó Dorchaidhe.

Why? Because Ó Dorchaidhe is the only actual Irish family name which uses dorcha ('dark') as its root. And dorcha would have to be the root of a surname spelled Ó Dorcháin. Unfortunately for his theory, however, the 2 distinct, unrelated families which share the name Ó Dorchaidhe are 1) a branch of the Uí Fhiachrach way up around Lough Mask in Mayo; and 2) a branch of the Uí Mhaine in Galway. No Kerry or Cork in sight. So Woulfe was right about Ó Dorcháin being a wide variant of some other name. But he was very wrong about which one.

So what did actually happen? How did the name Ó Dorcháin come into existence, at least in Woulfe's work?

Well, here's one guess. Woulfe was writing at the beginning of the 20th century. By then, as your own family history attests, east Cork had gone mostly English-speaking. But in west Cork and Kerry Irish was still widely-spoken, even more so than today. So, maybe what happened is that the poorly anglicized form of your name (i.e, Dorgan) found its way back into Irish further west in the Irish-speaking areas of Cork and Kerry. And because it was so badly pronounced, so different from the original Ó Deargáin, the Irish-speakers of those areas assumed it was a totally different name and Gaelicized it phonetically as best they could. Therefore, as Woulfe points out, Ó Dorcháin was rare indeed. In fact, from a genealogical perspective, it was actually non-existent.

So, that's the best explanation I can come up with for the existence, at least in Woulfe's work, of the name Ó Dorcháin. Either way, whether I'm right or wrong about how the name Ó Dorcháin came to exist, you're actually an Ó Deargáin, not an Ó Dorcháin nor an Ó Dorchaidhe.

As for the annals, I only have the Annals Of Connacht, Ulster, and Inishfallen here - no sign of Ó Deargáin. But these are western and northern sources. The family exists, the surname Ó Deargáin is real, like other Irish Gaelic surnames yours has been in use for the last thousand years or so, so we should have every reason to expect that your people are out there documented in Irish somewhere.

Hope that's helpful. Best, - Jerry

Finally, here is an extraordinary commentary about the ancient DORGAN family, by Jerry Kelly:

Dear Bill,

I've found out something about your family which I think is truly amazing and a testament to your ancestors' absolute determination and persistence over the last 2,000 years.

As Celtic population groups and Celtic culture came to Ireland, the earlier bronze age population groups became Celts as well. (The Celts are a cultural and linguistic group, not a race, which is why we have so many different varieties of Irish - freckled red heads, tall blonds, swarthy west Corkmen, huge Black Irish, etc.) Similarly, up until the 8th century or so, when a large and powerful tribe conquered a territory, the older population groups were sometimes given false genealogies which made them part of the incoming tribe. So when the Laighin conquered the area now called Leinster (Laighin-ster), they gave Laighin genealogies to some of the Cruithin ('Pict') and Érainn tribes who were already there. T.F. O'Rahilly in Early Irish History And Mythology concluded that 2 of the 4 main divisions of the Laighin are actually pre-Laighin tribes of Érainn descent.

Some, however, were not absorbed in this fashion. These Cruithin and Érainn hold-outs, all Celts by the time of the Laighin conquest (3rd-1st centuries B.C.?), are called forshloinnte ('external families', meaning external to the tribe) in our Seanchas tradition (the Gaelic learned tradition which indivisibly combines law, history, and genealogy).

Things were not easy for the forshloinnte. All were pushed off the best land. They were taxed. Some were forced into exile. They suffered the worst in every war and famine. Gradually over time, their numbers decreased greatly. I, personally, have never before met a bona fide descendant of a forshloinne and I've been doing this kind of research for over 30 years. Writing in 1650 at the height of the Cromwellian genocide, the great genealogist Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh reflected on how few of the Irish had survived (" a laghad mhaires díbh aniu..."), especially amongst the forshloinnte.

But a very few insisted on holding on, holding out, and even flourishing anyway. In honor of your ancestors, I note the following entries in our Seanchas about your family and your tribe:

Forsluinti iomorro Húa Lugdach meic Thuathail Tigich: Húi Dile deogbaire dia tát Húi Derggáin, Húi Gumáin, Húi Síláin Chrecóra. (the manuscript called Rawlinson B.502, 12th century, 125a35)

Forshloinnte Ua Lugdhach, .i., Uí Didli deogbair, dia ttáid Uí Dheargáin, Uí Gomain, agus Uí Shíoláin Crecora. (The Book Of Genealogies by Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh, 1650, 461.5)

Translation: External families in the territory of the Uí Lughdhach Mhic Thuathail Thighich - the Uí Dhile Dheogbhaire (the descendants of Dil the cupbearer), from whom are the Uí Dheargáin, Uí Gomain, and the Uí Shíoláin of Crecóra

Here we see that not only did your family survive, they even managed to maintain their tribal genealogy and affiliations in opposition to the conquering Laighin, which was an amazing feat.

These surviving entries of your family's genealogical tradition do not certify whether your tribe, the Uí Dhile Dheogbhaire, are originally Cruithin or Érainn.

It was, in fact, unlawful for a seanchadh (brehon/historian/genealogist) like Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh or the author of Rawlinson B.502 to record the genealogies of a forshloinne. However, the name Dil shows up in the Síl Ír (Érainn) genealogies as a son of Aonghus Fionn son of Fearghus. The god Aonghus is an ancestor-god of the Érainn. Fearghus is an ancestor-hero or ancestor-god of the Érainn. Also, in the Laighin genealogies, a Dila shows up as a son of the charioteer Laider, but Laider is given Ulaid descent, and the Ulaid are a branch of the Érainn. The name Díl also shows up as a daughter of Míl, but this is a late (7th-8th century AD) piece of propaganda from my Uí Néill ancestors as they established their claim to all of Ireland, and so can be discounted. I do not see any Cruithin associations for the name or its likely variations, so it looks to me like your tribe were almost certainly Érainn.

Hope that's helpful. Le gach dea-mhéin / Best, - Jerry


The best source of information on the Internet about the Irish Censuses is found at:


Civil census was taken in Ireland in these years:


1. The first four were destroyed in 1922 during the Civil War. Some fragments were saved. All Cork returns was lost except for 1851. We have all of the civil parishes of Kilcrumper, Kilworth, and Leitrim is partially available and is also Macroney.

2. 1861,1871,1881,1891 were destroyed by order of the British Government

3. 1901 and 1911 are intact and can be viewed at the National Archives Dublin.

A microfilm copy of census 1901 can be viewed at the Cork County Library and also at the LDS Centre, Sarsfield's Road, Cork.


Below is a list of the main Census substitute listings for Cork City and County.


Survey of houses in Cork City
Tenants and possessors

Book of Survey

Book of Survey

Civil Survey
Limited Parishes

Subsidy Rolls
Limited Baronies

Cork City Free men

Householders List
St Nicholas parish
Church of Ireland Registers

Able Bodied Male Protestants
Limited parishes
Anglo Irish Miscellany

Religious Census
Cloyne Diocese

Freemen + Freeholders of Cork City

1793- 1853
St Anns Shandon Cork City

Freemen of Cork City

Tithe Applotments Books
Head of households
Most libraries

St Mary's Shandon Cork

Lists of Poor
Cork City Parishes

Griffiths Valuation
NA + most libraries

Legend: NA = National Archives Dublin; NL = National Library Dublin

JCHAS = Journal Cork Historical Archaeological Society; C of I = Church of Ireland

The 1766 Religious Census of Cloyne lists no DORGAN or DARGAN.

Sir Richard Griffith's "Primary Valuation of Tenements, 1848-1864" was undertaken to assess property and to assign tax. Since the destruction of the Public Record Office in 1922, the 'Valuation' is an important source for tracing families living in Ireland about the middle of the nineteenth century. In addition to giving the name of each occupier or tenant, it gives the name of his townland or city location, the area and value of his landholdings. Essentially, Griffith's Valuation describes six distinct geographical areas.

Beginning with the smallest to largest:


The townland was and is the smallest officially recognized geographical unit in rural Ireland, varying in size from a few acres to several thousand. The average area was 350 acres. There are more than 65,000 recorded in the 1851 Townlands Index. It is not clear how they began. Boundaries tend to go with the topography of the area.

Number: There are 5429 Townlands in Cork
Use: used in Tithe Applotments Books and Griffiths Valuations


Civil parishes were the original units of administration of the medieval church in Ireland and were used right up to the end of the nineteenth century for local and central government. Because of this, they are extremely important for Irish genealogy, providing, for example, the only means of connecting a placename to the Roman Catholic records which cover it. Today, the civil parish is a state unit of territorial division for census and valuation purposes. The ecclesiastical parish is a unit of church administration and generally includes a number of civil parishes. When the Protestant Faith became the state religion it took over the civil parish as its base unit and this became the guide to tax collecting and census enumeration.
Number: There are 253 Civil parishes in Cork.
Use: Protestant parishes today are generally a combination of several civil parishes.


Up to the end of the nineteenth century, counties were subdivided into baronies, although they were not much used for administrative purposes and thus figure little in the records relevant to genealogical research. There were about 325 baronies in the country representing land divisions of great antiquity based on the Gaelic clan and family holdings. Their origin is uncertain. Possibly based on Early Irish Kingdoms or created by the Normans as an area ruled by a Baron.

Number: 23 in Cork.
Use: Collection of Taxes in 1800s,Census Applotments Books and Griffith


Workhouses were set up from the 1830s on to try to deal with the most destitute. The Poor Law Union Act of 1838 divided the country up into districts in which those local people who paid tax were responsible for the upkeep of the poor. The Poor Law Unions essentially were a means of organizing the Workhouse system for the relief of the Poor. They became the bases of the registration districts used for state records of births, marriages and deaths. Parishes and Baronies were often split between Unions and sometimes Counties. Townlands were not split. The Unions were also divided into Electoral Divisions that consisted of a number of Townlands for the purpose of electing the Board of Guardians of Work Houses by rate payers. This unit, in time, became the District Electoral Division. Dispensary Districts were created in 1851, and consisted of a number of Electoral divisions. These became Registrar's Districts in 1864, the start of Civil registration in Ireland.

Number: 15 in Cork plus 3 others shared with Tipperary, Limerick and Waterford.
Use: As indicated above but also used today for national Elections and the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths.


There are 32 counties in Ireland, varying greatly in size and population. Generally speaking, they are much larger and more populous than American counties.


There are four provinces in Ireland, Ulster (9 counties), Connacht (5 counties), Munster (6 counties) and Leinster (12 counties).


This valuation records that Patrick Dargan appears three times as an occupier “at will” (#14: land, #17: house, office & land, #19: land). The immediate lessor was Thomas G. Durden. There is a notation next to #17 that is difficult to read. I believe it says “3 leases, made about 1817”.

First name(s)
Last name
Valuation date
13 Aug 1847
Revision date

Lessor/other first name(s)
Lessor/other last name
Book type
Tenure book
Reference code
NAI microfilm reference
National Archives of Ireland
Record set
Ireland Valuation Office books
Census, Land & Substitutes
Land & Estates
Collections from


This valuation states that Patrick Dargan had a “Piggery and Cow House”.

First name(s)
Last name
Valuation date
25 Apr 1848
Revision date
Book type
House book
Reference code
NAI microfilm reference
National Archives of Ireland
Record set
Ireland Valuation Office books
Census, Land & Substitutes
Land & Estates
Collections from


First name(s)
Last name
Printing date
Civil Parish
Poor Law Union
Lessor's first name(s)
Lessor's last name
Occupier's first name(s)
Occupier's last name
Record set
Griffith's Valuation 1847-1864
Census, Land & Substitutes
Land & estates
Collections from

Griffith's Valuation of County Cork took place 1851-1853. It lists JOHN DORGAN, the brother of Patrick Dargan. John lived in the townland of Garryvoe Lower, in the civil parish of Ladysbridge, in the P.L.U. (Poor Law Union) of Midleton:

Here is the Griffith’s Valuation Record Information:

Family Name 1 DORGAN
Forename 1 JOHN
Family Name 2 WALSH
Forename 2 JOHN
County CORK
Parish GARRYVOE (Ladysbridge)
Publication Details
Position on Page 47
Printing Date 1853
Act 15&16
Sheet Number 77,89
Map Reference 7

The same June 1853 Griffith's Valuation of the Civil Parish of Ballintemple (LDS film #0830537) lists a Patrick DARGAN of Carrigkilter (a variant spelling of DORGAN).

Carrigkilter is the English rendering of the Irish Carraig an Chuiltéaraigh. Carraig means rock. Irish Grid: W 96060 64746.

Here is the Griffith’s Valuation Record Information:

Family Name 1 DARGAN
Forename 1 PATRICK
Family Name 2 DURDIN
Forename 2 THOMAS G.
County CORK (Corcaigh)
Barony IMOKILLY (Uí Mhic Coille)
Parish BALLINTEMPLE (Churchtown South) (Baile an Teampaill)
Townland CARRIGKILTER (Carraig an Chuiltéaraigh)
Publication Details
Position on Page 2
Printing Date 1853
Act 15&16
Sheet Number 89
Map Reference 8

This Patrick DARGAN is the brother of John DORGAN and the father of Patrick J. DORGAN.

Patrick DARGAN had a house, offices, and land in Carrigkilter: 14 acres, 5 perches, 3 roods 21 perches and 10 acres, 3 roods and 25 perches.

The acres used in Griffith's Valuation are "English" acres, as opposed to "Irish" acres. An English acre is composed of 4 roods, and one rood is composed of 40 perches. A perch is equal to a square rod and a rod is equal to 16.5 feet. Thus a perch is equal to 16.5 x 16.5 = 272.25 square feet, a rood is 272.25 x 40 = 10,890 square feet, and an acre = 10,890 x 4 = 43,560 square feet. An Irish acre is about 1 and 2/3rds the size of an English acre.

Here is another elementary explanation of land division:

Ireland is divided into provinces : Ulster, Munster Leinster and Connaught. Provinces are divided into Counties. Counties are divided into Baronies. Baronies are divided into Civil Parishes. Civil Parishes are divided into Townlands.

As a general rule, measurement went like this:

10 acres equaled one Gneeve
2 Gneeves equaled one Sessiagh
3 Sessiaghs equaled oneTate or Ballyboe (sometimes called Bolies)
2 Ballyboes equaled one Ploughland, Seisreagh or Carrow
4 Ploughlands equaled one Ballybetagh or TOWNLAND
30 Ballybetaghs equaled one Trioca cead or Barony

So according to that formula a standard townland would be equal to 480 acres, but because of later acquisitions, and grants, etc., this varied to a very large degree - some townlands being perhaps only 50 acres, while others might reach up to 2000 .

Professor Estyn Evans in his "Irish Heritage" (Dundalgen Press-1942) states that there '' are no less than 62,205 townlands in the country averaging 325 acres each".

Colonel Thomas Colby, Head of the Ordnance Survey wrote in 1837 :

"It may be necessary to premise that the term "townland" is now applied in a more general sense than it was anciently. The Irish designation meaning "farmer's town" originally denoted a tract of land, which constituted the thirtieth part of a barony, and the lesser divisions known by the various names of "quarters, half quarters, ballyboes, gneeves, tates etc." In the Ordnance Maps however in accordance with the prevailing usage, all these names of subdivisions have been discarded and the term "townland" is applied to every such denomination, whether it be great or small."

Sir Richard Griffith's used Colby's maps as a basis for his valuation. Thus, between 1837 and 1851 almost 4000 townlands disappeared in Ireland entirely. Maybe our missing or lost ancestors resided in them!

Patrick is listed in the Valuation of Tenements 1855 in Carrigkilter, Ballintemple (Churchtown South) as Patrick DARGAN. Maurice Cusack leased the land in Carrigkilter before 1855 and Patrick DARGAN later leased the same land about 1855. The landlord's name was Thomas Garde Durdin, a descendant of William Penn who founded Pennsylvania. Thomas Garde Durdin would arrive in East Cork from England each year to collect the rents. While in Cork he stayed at one of his estates: Shanagarry "Castle" or Sunville House. Thomas Garde Durdin is listed in Griffith’s Valuation, June 1853 - Civil Parish of Balliintemple, Barony of Imokilly as being the Landlord with an Office, Land and Plantation.

In the 1855 Landlord Index of “County Cork Encumbered Estates” (Volume 4, FHL Film No. 25883), Thomas Garde Durdin, Esq. sold his land holdings at auction on 19 June 1855. At the time he held the “Lands of Killderrig, Carrigkilter, Coalvodig otherwise Sunviille, Ballybraher West, Snugborough, Ballyronahan, Ballybraher East, Ballinamona, and part of Shanagarry - 19 June 1855 - (lot maps).”

This is the date that Patrick Dargan “bought” his farm ... a farm that he had formerly “leased” from Thomas Garde Durdin. This is the first recorded Dorgan “deed of sale” since the English Reformation of the late 1500s. I have a copy of this deed from the Dublin Archives.

Patrick DARGAN'S yearly rent was 17 English Pounds for the land and 1 Pound, 5 Shillings for the buildings. If he improved the land, the rent would increase each year.

Thomas Garde Durdin died in 1867.

In the 1880s, the Land Reform Acts went into effect sponsored by Michael Davitt of the Irish Parliament and later by Charles Stewart Parnell a member of the House of Commons of the English Parliament. The Land Acts sought reform in three areas called the three F's: Freedom of Rent, Freedom of Tenure and Freedom from Eviction without trial. Amazingly, the Protestant landowners peacefully went back to England in the 1880s and 1890s never to return to their estates. The tenant farmers continued to pay their rents to the State in the 1880s and 1890s. After the 1920s the State made these tenant farmers the actual "owners" of the lands they once leased!

Patrick Dargan is recorded on the 10 Jul 1866 marriage record of his daughter, Mary Dorgan to Jeremiah Healy, as Patt Dorgan. The wedding took place at Churchtown, East Co. Cork.
(Indexing Project (Batch) Number M70236-4 System Origin Ireland-EASy GS Film number 101499 Reference IDp 363)

Patrick DARGAN died before his son, Patrick J. DORGAN, married Mary HARTNETT on November 26, 1886. He is documented as "deceased" on their marriage certificate.

Other DORGANs resided in East County Cork during Griffith's Valuation, specifically in these townlands:


JOHN DORGAN Garryvoe Lower Middleton Imokilly Cork Munster

DANIEL DARGAN Garryvoe Lower Middleton Imokilly Cork Munster

DANIEL DARGAN Garryvoe Upper Middleton Imokilly Cork Munster

MICHAEL DARGAN Garryvoe Upper Middleton Imokilly Cork Munster

PATRICK DARGAN Coom (Midleton) Dunbulloge Cork Barrymore Munster

DARGIN EDMOND Kilmacahill Cloyne Cork Munster

DARGIN FRANCIS Ballycrenane Cloyne Cork Munster

DORGAN DANIEL Ballynabointra Carrigtohill Cork Munster

DORGAN DAVID Ballynabointra Carrigtohill Cork Munster

DARGAN JAMES Gortnamucky Carrigtohill Cork Munster

There are 180 DARGAN tenants in all of County Cork during Griffith’s Valuation.
There are 56 DORGAN tenants in all of County Cork during Griffith’s Valuation.

Patrick DARGAN bought the DORGAN Pub in Cloyne, East County Cork in 1865 and it remained in the DORGAN name until it was sold in 1998. It is now known as “Aunty Biddie’s” although the DORGAN name remains on the marquee.

NOTE: The following are the sub-units of the town of Ballintemple (Baile an Teampaill)

Ballintemple is a town that has 14 townlands:

Baile Aindrín/Ballyandreen
county: Cork

Baile an Bhóthair/Ballinvoher
county: Cork

Baile an Lóndraigh/Ballylanders
county: Cork

Baile an Teampaill Theas/Churchtown
county: Cork

Baile an Teampaill Theas/Churchtown
townland, town
county: Cork

Baile Liam/Ballywilliam
county: Cork

Baile Maoilbhealtaine/Maytown
county: Cork

Baile Mhic Coitir/Ballymacotter
county: Cork

Baile Roibín Theas/Ballyrobin South
county: Cork

Baile Roibín Thuaidh/Ballyrobin North
county: Cork

Baile Uí Chéatú/Ballycatoo
county: Cork

Carraig an Chuiltéaraigh/Carrigkilter
county: Cork

Cill Deirg/Kilderrig
county: Cork

An Ghléib/Glebe
county: Cork

An Tulach/Tullagh
county: Cork

NOTE: The Barony of Imokilly (Uí Mhic Coille) has the following towns:

Baile an Teampaill Theas/Churchtown
townland, town
county: Cork

Baile Choitín/Ballycotton
townland, electoral district, town
county: Cork

Baile na Martra/Castlemartyr
townland, electoral district, town
county: Cork

Cill Ia/Killeagh
civil parish, town
county: Cork

civil parish, electoral district, town
county: Cork

civil parish, electoral district, town
county: Cork

county: Cork

An Geata Bán/Whitegate
county: Cork

Mainistir na Corann/Midleton
civil parish, electoral district, town
county: Cork

An Seangharraí/Shanagarry
townland, town
county: Cork
  • ABT 1820 - Birth - ; Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
  • BEF 1886 - Death - ; Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
  • Occupation - Farmer and Pub Owner: Dorgan’s Pub
  • Religion - Roman Catholic
1799 - 24 DEC 1877
ABT 1820 - BEF 1886
Family Group Sheet - Child
Birth1799Kilmacahill, East Cork, Ireland
Death24 DEC 1877
Marriageto ?
BirthABT 1820Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
DeathBEF 1886Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
Marriageto Johanna (Ann) (Nancy) FLYNN
Birth1837Garryvoe Lower, County Cork, Ireland
Marriage16 SEP 1865to Ellen CASHMAN at St. Colman’s Parish Church, Cloyne, East County Cork, Ireland
Family Group Sheet - Spouse
BirthABT 1820Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
DeathBEF 1886 Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
Marriageto Johanna (Ann) (Nancy) FLYNN
FatherEdmond DARGAN
PARENT (F) Johanna (Ann) (Nancy) FLYNN
BirthABT 1817Ballyandreen, Ballycotton, East County Cork, Ireland
Death9 MAR 1895 Ballymacoda Hill Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork
Marriageto Patrick DORGAN (DARGAN)
FatherMichael FLYNN
BirthFEB 1844
Marriage30 APR 1882to Johanna O’Gorman at RC Chapel of Lismore, Waterford
BirthABT 1841Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
Marriage10 JUL 1866to Jeremiah HEALY at St. Colman’s Church, Cloyne, East County Cork, Ireland
FElizabeth DORGAN
BirthFEB 1842Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
DeathAFT 1886
Marriage20 FEB 1873to John SHINNICK at St. Colman’s Church, Cloyne, East County Cork, Ireland
BirthJAN 1846Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
DeathAUG 1917Ballybraher, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Marriage21 JUN 1887to Elizabeth AHEARNE at Midelton, County Cork, Ireland
BirthOCT 1845Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
DeathBEF 1901
Marriage26 JAN 1869to Johannah GARDE at St. Colman's Church, Cloyne, East County Cork, Ireland
MPatrick J. DORGAN
Birth26 APR 1860Carrigkilter, Ballintemple, East County Cork, Ireland
Death9 DEC 1937Cranston, Rhode Island
Marriage26 NOV 1886to Mary Catherine HARTNETT at Cloyne RC Church, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Descendancy Chart
Patrick DORGAN (DARGAN) b: ABT 1820 d: BEF 1886
Johanna (Ann) (Nancy) FLYNN b: ABT 1817 d: 9 MAR 1895
David DORGAN b: 8 JUN 1884
Julia O’BRIEN b: 1887
Mary DORGAN b: ABT 1841
Jeremiah HEALY b: 1841
Jeremiah HEALY b: 6 APR 1873
John HEALY b: 1875
Margaret GRAHAM b: 1879 d: MAR 1958
James HEALY b: 1924 d: 1993
Elizabeth HEALY b: OCT 1916 d: 29 JAN 2007
David HEALY b: 9 OCT 1919 d: 6 OCT 2010
John Christopher HEALY b: DEC 1921 d: 16 AUG 2009
Jeremiah HEALY b: 9 OCT 1919 d: JUL 2002
Ann HEALY b: 1883
Jeremiah HEALY b: 1902 d: 1983
Helena DORGAN b: 1906 d: 1991
John Christopher HEALY b: 1 JAN 1926 d: MAY 2004
Jeremiah Joseph HEALY b: 26 OCT 1928 d: SEP 1978
Pauline HEALY b: 10 JUL 1956
Patricia HEALY b: 31 JAN 1961
Margaret HEALY d: 2001
Mary Frances HEALY d: 23 OCT 1975
Edward HANKARD b: 1902 d: 7 FEB 1978
Patrick Kevin HEALY b: 1950 d: 21 MAR 1978
Mary HEALY b: 1951 d: 8 DEC 2000
Margaret HEALY b: 1953 d: 24 FEB 1972
Bernard HEALY b: 1960 d: 16 JUL 1987
Michael HEALY b: 1876
Mary Kathleen b: 1884
Elizabeth DORGAN b: FEB 1842 d: AFT 1886
John SHINNICK b: ABT 1852 d: AFT 1887
Edmund SHINNICK b: 18 JUL 1886 d: 21 JAN 1967
Bridget O'KEEFFE b: 1884 d: 3 JUL 1954
Patrick SHINNICK b: BET 1919 AND 1923
Michael SHINNICK b: BET 1916 AND 1920 d: 26 JUL 2002
Mary SHINNICK b: BET 1918 AND 1922
Helen O'BRIEN b: 24 MAY 1954
Colette CASEY b: 16 JAN 1977
Kevin CASEY b: 20 SEP 1985
Elaine CASEY b: 28 JUL 1988
Bridget O'BRIEN b: 17 AUG 1957
Daryll ROWE b: 1983
Danielle ROWE b: 1987
Seamus O'BRIEN b: 14 JUN 1955
Karen O'BRIEN b: 1980
Laura O'BRIEN b: 1983
Linda O'BRIEN b: 1987
Katie O'BRIEN b: 1990
Mary O'BRIEN b: 18 AUG 1958
Cian FLEMING b: 1989
Emer FLEMING b: 1992
Edmund O'BRIEN b: 24 NOV 1959
John Joseph SHINNICK b: BET 1917 AND 1921 d: 14 JUN 1992
Elizabeth SHINNICK b: 23 SEP 1877 d: 10 MAR 1949
William CASHMAN b: ABT 1875
Hannah SHINNICK b: ABT 1879 d: 1954
Christopher CULLEN b: 1880 d: 1962
Michael John SHINNICK b: 18 DEC 1873 d: 25 JAN 1948
Mary Olive BANSFIELD b: 6 JUL 1877 d: 13 DEC 1951
Johanna Lillian SHINNICK b: 15 APR 1901 d: 25 JUL 1956
Francis A. DAIGLE b: 11 FEB 1900 d: 3 MAR 1990
Francis J. DAIGLE , Jr. b: 12 SEP 1928
Joan Claire MASON b: 17 MAY 1931
Sue Ellen DAIGLE b: 19 NOV 1953
Colin W. GILLIS b: 14 FEB 1989
Justin S. GILLIS b: 23 MAY 1991
Stephen Mark DAIGLE b: 28 MAR 1957
Shiela Christine DAIGLE b: 4 JAN 1960
Robert W. DAIGLE b: 6 FEB 1930
Kathy FOLKS b: 15 APR 1935
Sharon Marie DAIGLE b: 25 APR 1955
Kevin Paul DAIGLE b: 11 NOV 1956
Theresa Lou DAIGLE b: 8 FEB 1958
Amanda Nichole LAVASSEUR b: 6 FEB 1996
Robert LAVASSEUR b: 22 MAR 1997
Johanna Gail DAIGLE b: 6 MAY 1960
Margaret Ann DAIGLE b: 27 APR 1962 d: 11 JUL 1968
Paul Charles DAIGLE b: 1 NOV 1934 d: 11 JUN 1979
Lillian Marie DAIGLE b: 1 NOV 1934
James Irving GREENE b: 13 NOV 1930
Matthew James GREENE b: 13 JUL 1956
James Brian GREENE b: 22 JUL 1960
Deborah Helen GREENE b: 22 JUN 1965
Jenifer Lawton WADE b: 15 JAN 1994
Kyle Jackop WADE b: 4 DEC 1996
Julia Marie GREENE b: 27 MAR 1969
John James ROBINSON b: 30 JAN 1932
Mary Esther SHINNICK b: 6 MAY 1902 d: 5 MAR 1988
John Leo SHINNICK b: 15 AUG 1903 d: 21 AUG 1943
Elizabeth Louise SHINNICK b: 22 SEP 1904 d: 5 JAN 1994
George Walter TRACEY b: 21 DEC 1903 d: 21 NOV 2005
Redmond Michael SHINNICK b: 11 JUN 1906 d: 12 APR 1975
Margaret DOLAN b: 26 JUN 1910 d: 20 MAY 1982
Helen Frances SHINNICK b: 30 AUG 1908 d: 10 MAY 1988
Thomas Joseph SHINNICK b: 7 MAR 1910 d: 15 JUL 1973
Mary Ellen GRIMES b: 6 SEP 1912 d: 26 AUG 1989
Bertha Louise WARD b: 9 AUG 1939
Joseph Thomas SHINNICK b: 15 JUN 1963
Kristin Marie COMET b: 26 JUN 1968
Mackenzie Marie SHINNICK b: 25 JUN 1999
Ashlyn Rene SHINNICK b: 10 JUL 2001
Stephen Ward SHINNICK b: 9 OCT 1964
Kathleen Emily MURPHY b: 15 MAR 1964
Maxwellaustin SHINNICK b: 30 NOV 1994
Bronwyn Stephanie SHINNICK b: 11 APR 1997
Cole Rolando SHINNICK b: 11 AUG 2000
Edward Albert SHINNICK b: 27 MAY 1940 d: 13 OCT 1999
Lorraine Frances BEATON b: 27 SEP 1939
Margaret Marie SHINNICK b: 7 JUN 1961 d: 8 OCT 1961
Lori Lee SWEETLAND b: 19 APR 1962
Colleen SHINNICK b: 17 APR 1992
Kimberly SHINNICK b: 12 JAN 1994
Meghan Kathleen SHINNICK b: 2 SEP 1999
James Michael SHINNICK b: 22 SEP 1963
Christopher Alexander SHINNICK b: 22 DEC 1964 d: 4 FEB 1965
Michele Marie SHINNICK b: 1 MAY 1968
Michele Marie SHINNICK b: 1 MAY 1968
Kayla SHINNICK b: 26 NOV 1989
David John SHINNICK b: 28 MAY 1971 d: 20 JUN 1988
John Arthur SHINNICK b: 22 FEB 1942 d: 20 JUN 1996
Michael Patrick SHINNICK b: 3 JAN 1946 d: 20 NOV 2002
Denise Marie MURRAY b: 30 OCT 1947
Duane Michael SHINNICK b: 22 JAN 1969
Christine PHILLIPS b: 16 FEB 1969
Zachary Michael SHINNICK b: 25 JUN 2003
Kyle Michael SHINNICK b: 2 MAY 1970
Kristen WILLIAMSON b: 7 AUG 1970
Caitlin Erin SHINNICK b: 3 AUG 1997
Courtney Nicole SHINNICK b: 13 MAY 2001
Ryan Michael SHINNICK b: 8 MAR 1974
Redmond Francis SHINNICK b: 6 JUL 1952 d: 6 APR 2016
Joy Lee AMSDEN b: 14 MAY 1953
Daniel Redmond SHINNICK b: 6 AUG 1976
Redmond Francis SHINNICK b: 30 SEP 2006
Kelley Anne SHINNICK b: 26 NOV 1977
Amythyst GODFREY b: 10 APR 1997
Patrick SHINNICK b: 1875 d: 1941
Mary A. SULLIVAN b: 20 MAR 1878 d: 15 SEP 1966
John Edward SHINNICK b: 18 FEB 1904 d: 1964
Elizabeth FITZGERALD b: 1900 d: 1952
Mary FITZGERALD b: 1898 d: 24 JUN 1973
Margaret Theresa SHINNICK b: 13 APR 1907 d: 1990
John J. HIGGINS b: 1900 d: 1933
Francis Patrick SHINNICK b: 2 JUL 1910 d: JUN 1969
Anna CONWAY b: 10 APR 1910 d: JAN 1984
David PETERSEN b: 16 DEC 1965
Mary SHINNICK b: 1939 d: 1998
Lawrence Timothy SHINNICK b: 26 MAY 1914 d: 11 JAN 2001
Irene BREWER b: 26 AUG 1922
Stephen SHINNICK b: 1959
Paul Stephen SHINNICK b: 18 APR 1916 d: MAR 1981
Esther CASHMAN b: 22 FEB 1907 d: JUN 1990
Mary Agnes SHINNICK b: 8 OCT 1922
George H. SMITH , Jr. b: 4 FEB 1919
George Patrick SMITH b: 27 OCT 1943
Colleen Mary SMITH b: 9 MAY 1958
Mark SMITH b: 23 JUN 1961 d: MAY 2001
Richard SHINNICK b: 1880
Ellen G. BANSFIELD b: 10 APR 1880 d: 10 APR 1951
Irving SHINNICK b: 1 MAY 1904 d: 1 AUG 1966
Mary O'DONNELL b: 1901
Larry Edward SHINNICK b: 10 SEP 1940
Michael Larry SHINNICK b: 27 JUN 1969
Daniel Patrick SHINNICK b: 7 MAR 1971
David Michael SHINNICK b: 18 JAN 1973
Marie SHINNICK b: 25 MAR 1942
Marie BIRNEY b: 3 APR 1966
Joyce BIRNEY b: 17 DEC 1969
Ann BIRNEY b: 16 AUG 1978
Ellen G. SHINNICK b: 23 APR 1905 d: ABT 1905
Larry Richard SHINNICK b: 3 OCT 1906 d: 15 OCT 1985
Sylvia Mary SMYTH b: 3 JAN 1908 d: 1 JAN 1988
Richard Larry SHINNICK b: 20 MAR 1936
Janet Marie LUEHRS b: 18 AUG 1941
Lorraine Marie SHINNICK b: 29 SEP 1963
Brandon Lee SEXTON b: 20 OCT 1963
Taylor John SEXTON b: 28 FEB 1991
Jeffrey Richard SEXTON b: 13 APR 1995
Zachary Doglas SEXTON b: 24 SEP 1996
Lynn Ann SHINNICK b: 9 DEC 1970
Shaun Berry PAUL b: 14 JAN 1972
Barbara Ann SHINNICK b: 7 APR 1938
Michael Aaron FITZURKA b: 6 OCT 1932
Mark Andrew FITZURKA b: 3 FEB 1962
Carol GAUGER b: 26 JUN 1960
Michele Anne FITZURKA b: 9 JUL 1965
Kevin Mark QUIGLEY b: 29 SEP 1999
Kyle Francis QUIGLEY b: 14 NOV 2001
Michael Lawrence FITZURKA b: 5 SEP 1969
John J. SHINNICK b: 1881 d: 1948
Timothy SHINNICK b: 17 DEC 1883 d: JAN 1963
Mary MOONEY b: 1885 d: 1957
Elizabeth SHINNICK b: 18 SEP 1922
Jeannette MEYER b: 3 NOV 1946
Carol MEYER b: 4 MAR 1948
Frederick Timothy MEYER b: 7 AUG 1954
Mary SHINNICK b: 1924
Diane MURPHY b: 3 OCT 1955
Joan MURPHY b: 19 JAN 1959
Annie SHINNICK b: 1884 d: 1933
John GEARY b: 1886 d: 1943
John GEARY b: 1913
Edward Timothy GEARY b: 25 APR 1915 d: 11 APR 1988
Walter James GEARY b: 1916 d: 1962
Robert GEARY b: 1921 d: 1966
Francis Irving GEARY b: 29 OCT 1922 d: 5 JUN 1967
Gerald FOLEY b: 1957
Carol Ann FOLEY b: 1958
Kathleen Margaret GEARY b: 1926 d: 1993
John F. SHERIDAN b: 1923 d: 1987
David D. DORGAN b: JAN 1846 d: AUG 1917
Elizabeth AHEARNE b: ABT 1853
Michael DORGAN b: OCT 1845 d: BEF 1901
Johannah GARDE b: 1848 d: AFT 1914
Margaret DORGAN b: 27 NOV 1872
Anne Teresa DORGAN b: 16 OCT 1869 d: 19 JUL 1892
Bridget DORGAN b: 28 JUL 1878
Helena DORGAN b: 22 JAN 1876
Mary Eliza DORGAN b: 12 MAR 1874
Patrick DORGAN b: 19 NOV 1870 d: 3 SEP 1931
Johanna MILLERICK b: 1887 d: 1960
Michael DORGAN b: 1920 d: 1981
Catherine M. WALSHE b: 1923 d: 11 MAR 2013
Nina Florence DORGAN b: 20 APR 1949 d: 21 AUG 2015
Nicole DONAH b: 20 APR
Michael R. DORGAN b: 24 FEB 1962
Philip DORGAN b: 1923 d: 23 JUN 1984
Maureen O’NEILL b: ABT 1934 d: 6 AUG 1993
Ellen Josephine DORGAN b: 1922 d: 3 JAN 1969
Patrick MOTHERWAY b: ABT 1918 d: 5 JUN 1992
Frank MOTHERWAY b: 1951 d: 26 NOV 1989
Anne DORGAN d: 19 JAN 1960
David BARRY b: 1911 d: 5 OCT 1989
Liam DORGAN b: 29 OCT 1926
Mary HARNEY b: 17 APR 1935
Therese DORGAN b: 8 NOV 1958
Michael DORGAN b: 22 APR 1963
Ann DORGAN b: 16 MAY 1964
Liam DORGAN b: 22 JAN 1966
Ann WALSH b: 1977
Evan James DORGAN b: 22 MAR 2008
Colm DORGAN b: 8 NOV 1967
William Garde DORGAN b: ABT 1882 d: 4 MAR 1924
Patrick J. DORGAN b: 26 APR 1860 d: 9 DEC 1937
Mary Catherine HARTNETT b: 22 NOV 1866 d: 23 NOV 1950
Anne Theresa DORGAN b: 24 APR 1887 d: 1 JUN 1975
John Henry MAGUIRE , Jr. b: 24 DEC 1884 d: 16 AUG 1935
Patricia MAGUIRE b: 6 NOV 1929
Mary MAGUIRE b: 14 APR 1914 d: 19 MAR 1938
John H. MAGUIRE b: 14 APR 1916 d: APR 1969
Helen MAGUIRE b: 17 FEB 1918 d: 1 SEP 2000
Joseph F. MAGUIRE b: 19 MAR 1920 d: 15 APR 2002
Carolyne Ellen SWANSON b: 18 JUN 1919 d: 2 APR 2007
Carol MAGUIRE b: 10 MAR 1944 d: 9 JUN 2013
Jack WITHROW b: 15 MAR 1942
Andrea WITHROW b: 24 SEP 1973
Natalia Ann SOBOCINSKI b: 18 AUG 2002
Ryana Carolyne SOBOCINSKI b: 5 SEP 2001
Emily Teresa WITHROW b: 19 AUG 1976
Michael Joseph MAGUIRE b: 4 FEB 1949
Eloise Jane MAGUIRE b: FEB 2004
Daniel John MAGUIRE b: 2 JUN 1954
Kathryn C. MAGUIRE b: 26 OCT 1984
Francis Paul MAGUIRE b: 29 AUG 1922 d: 23 JUL 2013
Margaret O'BRIEN b: 26 JUL 1918 d: 28 MAR 1993
Joseph MAGUIRE b: 6 OCT 1955
Rita KESTERSON b: 6 OCT 1955
Anne Maureen MAGUIRE b: 14 FEB 1989
Patrick Joseph MAGUIRE b: 1 JUN 1985
James MAGUIRE b: 1947
Susan d: 6 APR 2000
Molly Kathleen MAGUIRE b: 25 AUG 1977
Bridget Anne MAGUIRE b: 19 APR 1981
Maximilian Andrew b: 4 FEB 2008
Tyler Francis b: 4 FEB 2008
Courtney Marie MAGUIRE b: 21 MAY 1983
Elaine MAGUIRE b: 1950
Brian Christopher POWERS b: 5 FEB 1980
Jeff Hugh POWERS b: 29 NOV 1983
William MAGUIRE b: 9 OCT 1924 d: 27 NOV 2014
Ann MAGUIRE b: 1 JUN 1927
Thomas MORGAN Jr b: 7 OCT 1921 d: 1 APR 1998
Thomas A. MORGAN b: 17 NOV 1952
Ana Maria Lemus VIDES b: 9 APR 1951
Jackie Elizabeth MORGAN b: 22 JUN 1983
DUGAL b: 22 JUN 1983
Rachel Anne MORGAN b: 29 JAN 1986
Anne Marie MORGAN b: 14 AUG 1988
Timothy MORGAN b: 5 JUN 1967
John Patrick MORGAN b: 2 JUL 1954
Michael Francis MORGAN b: 6 OCT 1957
Hope MAGUIRE b: 5 AUG 1931 d: APR 2013
Maureen GAYNOR b: 20 MAY
Patrick Francis DORGAN b: 28 MAY 1891 d: 8 APR 1969
Sarah Violet WATERS b: 1884 d: 23 JAN 1938
Edna FRECHETTE b: 22 JAN 1901 d: MAR 1967
Mary Catherine DORGAN b: 19 MAR 1905 d: 20 DEC 1996
Raymond James MORIARTY b: 5 NOV 1898 d: 26 SEP 1971
Timothy Joseph DORGAN b: 17 JUN 1902 d: 17 APR 1903
Michael Joseph DORGAN b: 25 FEB 1889 d: 10 AUG 1967
Catherine Josephine KING b: 5 JAN 1883 d: 21 APR 1944
Thomas Austin DORGAN , Sr. b: 21 DEC 1920 d: 14 MAY 2007
Ann D. O'DONNELL b: 30 NOV 1919 d: 3 SEP 2007
Thomas Austin DORGAN , Jr. b: 29 JUL 1943
Anne Marie DORGAN b: 9 NOV 1944
John William OMWEG b: 30 AUG 1945
John William OMWEG , Jr. b: 11 SEP 1972
Thaddaeus Thomas OMWEG b: 2 JUL 1974
Gregory Michael OMWEG b: 11 AUG 1976
Catherine Anne OMWEG b: 2 APR 1978
David Patrick OMWEG b: 8 APR 1984
Maureen DORGAN b: 4 SEP 1949 d: 15 DEC 1954
Kevin Michael DORGAN b: 17 FEB 1950
Regina Marie DORGAN b: 2 JUL 1951
Omer Ahmed BHAROOCHA b: 29 JAN 1951
Maureen Mariam BHAROOCHA b: 24 FEB 1981
Ahmed Omer BHAROOCHA b: 28 FEB 1984
Virginia Mary DORGAN b: 20 JUN 1954
Monica Maureen DORGAN b: 13 SEP 1956
Christopher J. DORGAN b: 6 JUL 1915 d: 30 JUN 1971
Jennette MOREAU b: 1919
Genevieve L. DORGAN b: 1 JAN 1919 d: 12 MAR 2001
Frederick E. OWEN b: 1 DEC 1914 d: 10 MAR 1998
Mary B. OWEN b: NOV 1944 d: 20 MAR 1945
Kathleen M. OWEN b: 11 FEB 1944
Nanci L. OWEN b: 4 SEP 1947
Stephen M. BREAGY b: OCT 1967
Michael E. BREAGY b: SEP 1970
Frederick H. OWEN III b: 7 SEP 1957
Donna M. LESSIEUR b: 25 JUN 1958
Tanya Marie OWEN b: 20 JUL 1986
Frederick H. OWEN IV b: 20 OCT 1989
Mary C. DORGAN b: 31 JAN 1917 d: 13 FEB 1940
Michael J. DORGAN b: 19 APR 1923 d: 19 APR 1923
John Joseph DORGAN b: 16 DEC 1895 d: AFT 22 DEC 1895
William Joseph DORGAN b: 11 APR 1897 d: 22 FEB 1983
Helen Louise McINTOSH b: 28 DEC 1905 d: 6 NOV 1992
William Joseph DORGAN , Jr. b: 7 JUL 1923 d: 26 AUG 2006
Mary Anne GORMAN b: 7 MAR 1925 d: 28 JUN 1982
Mary Ann DORGAN b: 29 SEP 1947 d: 29 SEP 1947
Daniel Patrick DORGAN b: 30 SEP 1958 d: 25 MAR 1959
William Joseph DORGAN III b: 6 DEC 1948
Edward Michael DORGAN b: 4 AUG 1950
Lori MORRISON b: 9 MAY 1957
Joanne Marie DORGAN b: 4 AUG 1953
John Michael DOOLEY b: 10 NOV 1950
Michael Matthew DOOLEY b: 21 AUG 1977
Meaghan Elizabeth DOOLEY b: 18 JUN 1981
Donna Marie DORGAN b: 9 JUL 1963
Timothy Neil PHELAND b: 3 MAY 1963
Timothy Neil PHELAND , Jr. b: 28 APR 1989
Kyle Patrick PHELAND b: 19 DEC 1992
Mackenzie Marie PHELAND b: 17 SEP 2001
Dolores CARBONE b: 27 FEB 1932
Helen Louise DORGAN b: 19 AUG 1924 d: 26 JUL 2015
Thomas Francis MONAHAN, SR b: 23 DEC 1922 d: 17 AUG 1988
Ellen Margaret MONAHAN b: 26 AUG 1946
Timothy William STAATS b: 23 APR 1967
Dylan Redmond STAATS b: 31 DEC 1993
Brandon Lorenzo STAATS b: 23 SEP 1999
Wendy Lynne STAATS b: 18 FEB 1969
Ramiro REYES b: 12 JAN 1970
Joshua Felipe REYES b: 20 FEB 1997
Kaitlyn Cecilia REYES b: 30 NOV 2006
Andrew Francis MONAHAN b: 8 SEP 1977
Matthew Jean MONAHAN b: 29 JAN 1979
Leslie Marie GAMEZ b: 8 AUG 1984
Madison Hope MONAHAN b: 17 AUG 2007
Dylan Chase MONAHAN b: 18 JUN 2009
Brandon MONAHAN b: ABT 1999
Lynne Ann MONAHAN b: 7 APR 1952
Lynne Ann MONAHAN b: 7 APR 1952
Kenneth Alan MONAHAN b: 29 JAN 1959
Corinne Hope DORGAN b: 28 OCT 1927 d: 7 APR 2015
Earl Earnest HERZOG ,Jr. b: 3 APR 1926 d: 17 SEP 2010
Richard HERZOG b: 16 MAR 1952
David HERZOG b: 12 MAY 1955
Donald E. HERZOG b: 4 JUN 1956
Robert HERZOG b: 29 SEP 1949 d: 25 JUN 2012
Jessie GREIG b: 26 FEB 1900
Baby Son DORGAN b: 9 OCT 1917 d: 15 OCT 1917
David Andrew DORGAN b: 9 SEP 1893 d: 4 OCT 1984
Ellen Margaret DOORLEY b: 9 OCT 1897 d: 6 NOV 1992