Wife: Ann Kelly (6)
06 (M): John Faragher
Died: 20 Apr 1829 in Ballacooil, Patrick, Isle of Man, England or Patrick
07 (F): Jane Faragher
Died: after Apr 1878 (23)
09 (F): Ellinor Faragher (27)
Died: 30 Dec 1835 in Patrick, Isle of Man, England
Christened: 04 May 1794, Kirk Patrick, Isle of Man, England 4
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From Source: Ballacooil means Cooil's farm. On a 1703 census, Thomas Quool lived there.
W. WALTER GILL
NUMBER ONE OF THE MANX SCRAPBOOKS
First published in 1929
Printed in Great Britain byJ. W. Arrowsmith Ltd., 11 Quay Street, Bristol
THE PARISH OF PATRICK.
Patrick has no town, two villages and a hamlet, a nominal railway, few roads, and few people to use them. For these shortcomings she makes up with her abundance of wild land overlooking the sea and Ulster. The ruined Cathedral on the islet of her saint is cartographically in the next parish, but the ruins of her mines unbeautifully remain to her, and her chief river is slowly recovering from their poison. She has a seaboard second in wild loveliness to that of Rushen towards which it ascends, and between it and her mountains a belt of farmland narrows Southward to vanish where they become the cliffs of the Big Bay. Her two ports are ports no longer, and the fishing industry she shared in at Peel is a recent addition to the list of her ruins.
Christened: 13 Jan 1799, Kirk Patrick, Patrick, Isle of Man, England 7
(06) John Faragher:
(07) Jane Faragher:
(09) Ellinor Faragher:
Christened: 03 May 1835, Patrick, Isle of Man, England 28
Peel April 4th. 1865
In the name of God Amen
Know all men by these present, that I william Faragher, late of Ballacooil in the Parish of Patrick but now residing in the town of Peel being in perfect mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty of this life do make this my last will and testament.
In the way and manner following first I commit my soul to almighty God and my body to Christian burial.
First: I leave and bequeath to my son Thomas the house and garden that I possess in Glenmay in the Parish of Patrick and twenty pounds sterling.
Second: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Margaret (?) the sum of twenty pounds sterling.
Third: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Martha the wife of Thomas Murphy the sum of thirty _______________________.
Fourth: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Catherine the wife of William Shimmin my right and title to a bond of security of sixty pounds secured in the hands of Thomas Kinvig of the parish of _____. Said William Shimmin being joint morgager for the same sum in said bond and all interest due on said bond of security at the time of my Demise.
Fifthly: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Ann the sum of one pound sterling.
sixthly: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth the sum of one pound sterling.
Seventhly: I leave and bequeath toto my daughter Jane the sum of one pound sterling.
Eighthly: I leave and bequeath to my daughter Ellinor the sum of one pound sterling.
Lastly: I do nominate constitute and appoint my son William Robert and my daughter Eliza Esther the wife of Paul Mcylechreest my joint executors of all the rest of my cash goods chattels and effects of every description whatsomever. To be equally divided between them. And I do hereby exclude all other persons claiming or pretending to claim in this my last _____.
Patrick Directory . . . Farmers . . . Fargher, William, Ballacooil
[Deduced from 1851 Census]
We don't have a full story on Ann Faragher, but know that she endured a lot of hardships, too. Her husband marched with the Mormon Battalion to help with the war in Mexico. They marched from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to Fort Leavenworth, California. It was during this time that Ann traveled with her team and wagon and entered the Salt Lake Valley with the pioneers. There is a brief story of her life written in a book about the wives of the Mormon Battalion. We just recently found at the Family History Center the record of the ship that she sailed on from Liverpool, England to America. She arrived at Nauvoo, Illinois on 12 Apr 1843.
[Thomas (he was supposed to have married Ann Fell 6 Feb 1844). This is interesting because no wife is listed for this address but Thomas Fargher is listed as head, married, male, age 59, b. Patrick, farmer of 58 acres.
Joseph Fargher, Unmar., male, 18, b. Patrick, farmer's son
Marey Fargher, servant, Unmar., female, 19, b. Patrick, "Genrale Serv"]
[This letter tells about Aunt Annie's death and Ellen Faragher's journey to America and death of 1st husband, Enoch Barrett.]
Line 10 Dwelling # 1727 Family # 1781
Andrew White age 50 male Farmer value real est. - $1000 born Ireland
Matilda " 43 f "
William L. " 11 m Ills
Samuel D. " 9 m "
Martha J. " 8 f "
Mary " 6 f "
Ann E. " 4 f "
John Fitzpatrick 24? m " Ireland
North of Rushen to the river Neb, is the parish of Patrick, a wild mountainous region, including the northern slopes of Barrule and Slieauwhallin, and, to the west, the Dalby Mountain, with the Peel hills to the north. Between Mount Dalby and Barrule is Glen Rushen, a deep highland glen, called in its lower part Glenmaye. Through this glen flows the Glenmaye river, which forms the beautiful Glenmaye waterfall, about one mile from the sea. The district is barren, and only a small part of its area is capable of cultivation. The district north of Barrule is highly metalliferous, and several of the veins of lead are worked in Glen Rushen, and its offshoot Glen Dhoo. In Glen Rushen also are extensive slate quarries, which at one time promised to be very successful. The population is partly agricultural, fishing, and mining, and is sparsely distributed over the parish. Glenmaye is the principal village, it is much frequented by tourists on account of its beautiful scenery and waterfall. Dalby village is a small collection of houses, near the coast on the west side of Dalby Mountain. The population in 1851 was 2,925 ; and in 1871 it was 2,888. The present vicar of the parish is the Rev. William Hawley.
line 35 Webster St. dwelling & family #148
White, Helen 83 immigrated to US 1854 Naturalized 1856
Anna E 46
Francomb, Emma 57
[1920 census shows Emma Francomb, age 57, living with Ellen and Annie. Emma is an older sister of Ella Francomb who had married Ellen's son Tibbals in 1902.]
Revised: November 26, 2016