|Robert Flanagan (184?-19??)|
|Sarah Flanagan (186?-19??)|
The family are recorded as both Tweedie and Tweedie, I have used the Tweedy version throughout as that was the spelling my grandmother used.
Thomas and Sarah were married in the Parish Church, Waringstown. On their marriage registration both are described as being of full age and living in Waringstown. Thomas is a gardener, and his father John is a surface man. Sarah is a servant and her father is Robert Flanagan, a weaver. At the time Thomas and Sarah were probably employed on the Waring Estate in Waringstown.
Their first child Margaret was born on 4th November 1888, and the address is given as Rectory Lodge, Seapatrick, Co Down.
Their second child Mary Eva [my grandmother] was born on 31st October 1889, the address is given as Byturn. This is a townland in the Parish of Ardstraw, Co Tyrone.
Their third child Louisa Jane was born on 21st December 1890, in Tievenny a townland in the Parish of Ardstraw, Co Tyrone.
Their fourth child Robert was born on 20th March 1892 in Byturn.
Their fifth child William John was born on 30th January 1894 in Tamnagh a townland in the Parish of Ardstraw, Co Tyrone.
Their sixth child Thomas was born on 28th April 1896 in Tamnagh.
Their seventh child Alexander was born on 20th June 1898 in Lisnacree, a townland in the Parish of Kilkeel, Co Down.
Their eighth child Sarah was born on 26th October 1899 in Lisnacree.
Their ninth child Henry was born on 29th April 1902 in Lisnacree, he died 3 years later on 22nd September 1905 from acute bronchitis.
Thomas’s employment presumably by the Waring family during this period are listed as gardener, labourer, groom and steward.
|Peter Bayly (17??-1863)|
|Isabella Anne ? (18??-1838)|
|Christina Catherine Bayly (1828-19??)|
|Isabella Mary Bayly (1832-1916)|
|Thomas Lonsdale Alexander Bayly (1836-19??)|
|Elizabeth Matilda Bayly (1837-19??)|
Tracking this family is complicated by the fact that there are two Peter Baylys operating in the same area, time frame and profession, both born in the late 1700s, one dying in 1862 and this one dying in 1863.
There were probably more children born than are recorded here, a son Thomas is listed among the deaths in a Dublin newspaper in 1834 along with the comment that this is the second of his children to die in a matter of days [see].
Christina Catherine was born on 2nd December 1829, she later married Thomas Casserly M.D. from Roscommon son of Myles Casserly M.D. on 7th April 1853.