Interment.net – Clowrys in Glasnevin
Partial list of Clowry’s buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin
Clowry, Michael, d. 14 Apr 1949, h/o Roseanna, [FC]
Clowry, Peter, d. 24 Mar 1969, s/o Michael & Roseanna, [FC]
Clowry, Roseanna, d. 3 Mar 1957, w/o Michael, [FC]
CLOWRY, Cora (nee Quirk)
– 5th January 2004 – [Dublin]
(Peacefully), after a long illness, at the Croft Nursing Home, Goldenbridge, beloved wife of Michael, late of Kickham Road, Inchicore.
Will be very sadly missed by her loving family, husband, sons Paul, David, Mark and Michael, sister Marie, brothers Tommy and Nicholas, mother-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives neighbours and a large circle of friends. May she rest in peace.
Removal this (Thursday) evening from Massey’s Funeral Home, Emmett Road, to St. Micheal’s Church, Inchicore arriving 5 p.m. Funeral tomorrow (Friday) after 10 a.m. Mass to Newlands Cross Cemetery.
RAN04 MICHAEL DUBLIN Clowry Meath Street, Dublin
I am unsure where these branches originate but lived in Dublin, Ireland. John Clowry c. 1849 – 1884 married Honora Leahy 1837 – 1893. They got married in 1878 in Dublin. John’s father was Michael Clowry and was deceased when they got married. Honora’s father was William Leahy was also deceased when they got married.
More information/How to Help: Need to find out where John Clowry was born 1848 – 1850 and who was his father.Both John and Honora worked as Drapers.
Geni.com link: http://www.geni.com/family-tree/index/6000000012409575056
Branch RAN04 – Meath Street, Dublin
John Clowry c. 1849 – 1884 married Honora Leahy 1837 – 1893. They got married in 1878 in Dublin. John’s father was Michael Clowry and was deceased when they got married. Honora’s father was William Leahy was also deceased when they got married.
Both John and Honora worked as Drapers.
Need to find out where John Clowry was born 1848 – 1850 and who was his father.
CAR02 GREEN LANE – DUBLIN Clowry
These are branches that originate in Carlow Town. The oldest ancestors are Michael Clowry (c.1808-1877) married Anne Heydon/Haydon/Headon (c.1812 – 1882) They had the following kids Michael born (c. 1846 – 1871)
Peter born (c. 1847 – 1908), Elizabeth born( c. 1849 -?), John born (c. 1851 – 1903), Anne born (c. 1854 -?), Margaret born (c. 1857 – ?) married Michael Snoddy.
More information/How to Help: Need to get Michael Sr and kids parish records – Carlow Town.
Geni.com link: http://www.geni.com/family-tree/index/6000000012372838342
Branch CAR02 – Carlow to Dublin
Michael Clowry 1808-1877 married Anne Heydon/Haydon/Headon 1812 – 1882
Michael born c. 1846 – 1871
Peter born c. 1847 – 1908
Elizabeth born c. 1849 (need death certificate)
John born c. 1851 – 1903
Anne born c. 1854 (need death certificate)
Margaret born c. 1857 (need death certificate) married Michael Snoddy
Need to get Michael Sr and kids parish records – Carlow Town.
The 1901 and 1911 Census provided vital information on Clowrys around the start of the 1900s. The National Archives of Ireland has digitised the 1901 and 1911 Census of Ireland and it can be searched here: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/ In terms of Clowrys in the 1901 and 1911 Census, you must remember to search not only for the surname “Clowry” but also for misspellings such as “Clowery, Clowrey, Cloury, Clowey, Clowny, Cluwey” etc.
As mentioned in the main article: Clowrys in Irish Census, there are a number of Clowrys in Dublin in the 1911 Census. The are located at Francis Street, Coombe, Meath Street, Thorncastle Street, Leo Street, Donnybrook Road and Abbey Street. View more detailed information below.
As mentioned in the main article: Clowrys in Irish Census, there are a number of Clowrys in Dublin in the 1901 Census. They are located in Cuffe Street & Thorncastle Street, Roebuck (Dundrum), Raymond Street. View more detailed information below.
In a follow up to the first article on Clowry parish records, I have compiled a list of relevant Parish records. If anyone feels like assisting, they can search for Clowrys by visiting the National Library of Ireland and using the microfilms number listed below.
I have been working on a worldwide Clowry family tree. So far I have 30 branches which I am trying to merge together. The branches are held on the geni.com website. You need to have a free account to access these trees and also you may need to be part of my family group. Either way if you are having problems with the links below, please let me know.
I have a number of memorial cards from ancestors that have died. Although they do not contain much information about the people, I feel that they are still a nice memento to those who have passed away.
In my research to date, graves have proven to be a useful tool for finding information about Clowrys and their family members. I hope to try and document all of the findings that I have encountered thus far, associated with Irish Clowry graves, gravestones and memorials. I have by no means researched this area extensively and welcome any comments on this subject. This post will concentrate on Clowry related graves in Dublin Ireland.
In my previous post, Clowrys in Irish Newspapers – Part 1, I stated that I would upload all of the Clowry Irish Newspaper articles.
You can know download them here: Clowry Irish Newspaper articles ZIP format
(Please note that there are over 400pages in the above file. The file size is 110MB. This file can take a few minutes to download it)
As part of a father’s day present 2010, I created a video that included a number of old photos of Clowrys in Dublin. I hope to make an Clowry photo video containing all Clowry photos in the future.
Newspapers archives can contain a wealth of information for family history. For a small fee(usually €10) you can get access to old newspaper articles online.
Two websites that I have used to date for Clowry Genealogy research in Ireland are: