Bury Bridge County Offaly built 1799. Sourced from National Inventory of Architectural Heritage.
Myles Malone was born in 1799 in Offaly. Anne Morris was born in 1800 in Ireland. They married on 17th February 1828 in Ballyboy, Offaly. They had one child during their marriage. They both died in Offaly, Ireland. Anne was the first to die on 2nd November 1875 having lived a long life of 75 years and Myles died four years later on 27th June, having lived a long life of 80 years.
The parents including other ancestors of Myles Malone and Anne Morris are not known.
County Offaly is a county in Ireland. It is part of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of Leinster. It is named after the ancient Kingdom of Uí Failghe and was formerly known as King’s County.
Myles Malone married Anne Morris in Ballyboy, Offaly, on 17th February 1828 when he was 29 years old and she was 28.
Their only daughter Ann was born in 1838 in Offaly. Ann Malone is our direct ancestor, she arrived in Australia in 24th February 1861 and married Timothy Cleary at Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia on 3rd August 1861.
Tenements in the Parish of Killoughy
The valuation of Tenements for Miles Malone, Michael Malone and five others at Derrylahan, the immediate Lessor being Captain Shepland Morris was assessed in 1855. The land (bog) area was 18 Acres, 2 Rood and 16 Perches. [A:18 R:2 P:16]
The total annual valuation of rateable land (bog) area property was five shillings.
His wife Anne Malone née Morris passed away on 2nd November 1875 in Offaly at the age of 75. They had been married 47 years.
Myles Malone died on 27th June 1879 in Derrylahan, Offaly when he was 80 years old.