1901 Census for Lisduff Ireland VIEW SOURCE
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Margaret Mary Dufficy (McCormack)1886

Margaret Mary Dufficy (McCormack) 1886

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Tom and Margaret McCormack

Margaret Mary "Maggie" Dufficy was born on 21 Dec 1886 in house 5 in Lisduff, Ballygarden. She was the last of ten children born to Bridget Flanagan and Martin Dufficy, who died a few months before Maggie was born. 

She attended Clooncullane National School up until sixth class when she dropped out to help her mother manage their small farm. Her second cousins lived up the road from them and would likely have helped out. Her brother Thomas died in 1899 when she was just twelve. 

A match was arranged between her and a farmer of Carrowkeel- Thomas McCormack. They were married on 6 Mar 1916, witnessed by his cousin Jerome Kennedy and her sister Anne. They had six children during their marraige, Mary, Bridget, Kathleen, Margaret, John Joseph and Thomas. 

Maggie died on 17 Mar 1965, aged seventy nine. 

Additional Information
Date of Birth 21st Dec 1886 VIEW SOURCE
Date of Death 17th Mar 1965 VIEW SOURCE
Father (First Name/s and Surname) Martin Dufficy VIEW SOURCE
Mother (First Name/s and Maiden) Bridget Flanagan VIEW SOURCE
Townland born Lisduff VIEW SOURCE
Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname) Thomas McCormack VIEW SOURCE
Names of Children Mary McCormack Regan, Bridget McCormack, John Joseph McCormack, Margaret McCormack Glynn, Kathleen McCormack Casserly and Thomas McCormack Jr
Place of Death Carrowkeel VIEW SOURCE
Names of Siblings Mary Dufficy, Honoria Dufficy Beirne, Mary Anne Dufficy O'Donnell, Thomas Dufficy, Bridget Dufficy McDermott, Anne Dufficy, Timothy Dufficy, Patrick Dufficy, Martin John Dufficy
New Type Paternal Grandparents: Thomas Dufficy and Mary Coleman
New Type Maternal Grandparents: Michael Flanagan and Bridget McDermott (?)
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