Place of migration
Stayed in Ireland

Patrick Noon of Tartan applied to the voters register in 1829.

He married Anne Beatty in 1831. It is possible this was his second marriage. By the time of Griffith's Valuation he had passed away. The Noone holding in Tartan was held by his Anne Noone [GV#29] who died in 1879 and his brother John Noone [GV#28].

Their daughter Winifred (b. 1837) was present at her mother's death in Tartan in 1879. 

Their son, John Noon (1832-1889) was widowed twice. In 1866, married Mary Doyle (1842-1879) of Erris, Boyle who died age 37. They had 3 daughters and a son together.  In 1881, he married Catherine Harrington (1854-1884). Catherine died in childbirth, in December 1884, age 30. Their baby died 25 days later.  John soon followed in 1889, age 57.

Additional Information
Date of Birth 1st Jan 1816 (circa)
Date of Death 1st Jan 1850 (circa)
Associated Building (s) Tartan TOWNLAND Ballinameen RC Chapel  
Mother (First Name/s and Maiden)
Father (First Name/s and Surname)
Townland born Tartan, Ballinameen, Co. Roscommon
Names of Siblings Winifred Noone m. John King TARTAN | John Noone m. Margaret King TARTAN
Spouse (First Name/s and Maiden/Surname) Ann Beatty /Betagh (1802-1879) m. 1831 VIEW SOURCE
Place & Date of Marriage 07-Feb-1831 Boyle RC
Names of Children John Noon 1832-1889 m. 1866 & 1881 | Winifred Noon b.1834 | Mary Noon b.1836 m.1865 DEVANNY | Anne Noon b.1838 m. HARRINGTON| Patrick Noon b.1841 | Eleanor Noon b.1843 | Honor Noon b.1845 | Patrick Noon b.1848 m. 1873
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1829 Freeholders Register Ireland VIEW SOURCE
1857 Griffith's Valuation: Tartan [#29] Ireland VIEW SOURCE


  • Just wondering here. If Patrick Noon was born 1816 would he have been of age to have a son John in 1832? Seems kind of young to be applying to the voters register in 1829 and being married at 14, not mention it could be his second marriage.

     Something doesn't seem right. Can anyone supply some details that would substantiate this information.


    Monday 24th June 2019 10:47PM

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