County Galway, Ireland
County Galway, Ireland
Winifred Conboy (1828-aft1911) Hogan (b. 1828; Hollygrove, Killeroran, County Galway, Ireland - d. after 1911; Hollygrove, Killeroran, County Galway, Ireland)
When the death certificate of James Conboy I (1837-1902), her brother, is found, their parents will be known.
She was born in 1828 in Hollygrove, Killeroran, County Galway, Ireland. This information come from the 1901 Ireland census.
She would have been baptized in Athleague, County Roscommon, Ireland which served the border townlands in County Galway, Ireland. The baptism book is no longer extant for 11 May 1828 to 19 August 1834. The other books are scanned and available online from the National Library of Ireland. Her baptism has not been found to date.
She had the following siblings: James Conboy I (1837-1902) who married Bridget White (c1840-1866?) and after her death he emigrated to the United States; and Bridget Conboy (1841-aft1901) who married Thomas Carr (c1840-bef1901) and remained in Ireland.
Winifred married John Hogan (1828-1886) on July 21, 1845 in Athleague parish, County Galway/County Roscommon, Ireland, Ireland. They were both 17 years old if they were born in 1828.
Their children include: Bridget Hogan (c1850-?) who married Michael Boyle (c1850-?); Mary Hogan (c1850-?) who married Patrick Noonan (1856-after1910); Moira Hogan (c1860-?); Michael Hogan (1863-?) who emigrated to the United States and married Johannah Downey (1867-before1930); Catherine Mary Hogan (1864-1941) who emigrated to the United States and married Thomas Morrissey I (1863-1928); Jane Elizabeth Hogan (1867-1949) who emigrated to the United States and married Martin Matthew Gelchion I (1858-1899) aka Matthew Gelchion; Patrick Hogan (1868-aft1911) who stayed in Hollygrove; Winifred Hogan (c1870-?); Ann Hogan (c1870-?) who emigrated to the United States and may have lived in Jersey City; Nan Hogan who married Troy Gately; and Lorrie Hogan (1876-aft1901) who stayed in Hollygrove.
Winifred Conboy appeared in the 1901 Ireland census as a widow who cannot read and write. She was indexed as "Winefred Hogan". She was living with her children: Patrick Hogan (1866-?); and Elizabeth Hogan (1876-?) aka Lizzie Hogan. Hollygrove had 12 families in 1901. In the 1911 Ireland census she was living with: Patrick Hogan; Elizabeth Hogan; and Winifred Healy (1903-?). Winifred was the daughter of Winifred Hogan and John Healy.
The date of her death is not known. She died sometime after the 1911 census.
She is buried near Hollygrove, Killeroran, County Galway, Ireland.
Winifred Conboy (1828-?) was the second great-grandaunt of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ). She was the second great-grandmother of Dierdre Anne Laura Kellar (1950- ).
Researched and written by Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) for Findagrave starting on August 22, 2003. Updated with general fixes on March 24, 2016.
Conboy (1810 - ____)
John Hogan (1828 - 1886)
Jane Elizabeth Hogan Gelchion (1864 - 1949)*
Catherine Mary Hogan Morrissey (1864 - 1941)*
Winifred Conboy Hogan (1828 - ____)
James Conboy (1837 - 1902)*
Bridget Conboy Carr (1841 - 1905)*
Athleague New Graveyard
County Roscommon, Ireland
Created by: Richard Arthur Norton (1...
Record added: Aug 22, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7787752
Celtic Blessing ~ Deep peace of the running wave to you ~~ Deep peace of the flowing air to you ~~ Deep peace of the quiet earth to you ~~ Deep peace of the gentle night to you ~~ Moon and stars pour their healing light on you ~~ Deep peace of the Light o...(Read more)|
R M P
Added: Mar. 11, 2009
May You Rest In Peace! I wanted to give you some flowers because you were loved by someone and everyone deserves to be remembered!|
Kelly Lynn Benson
Added: Sep. 29, 2007
Your memory lives on. May you rest in peace. |
Added: Nov. 24, 2005