See also

Family of William O'BRIEN and Mary Ellen AHER

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Family of William O'BRIEN and Mary Ellen AHER, 1957

Husband: William O'BRIEN (1910?- )
Wife: Mary Ellen AHER (1909- )
Children: Carmel O'BRIEN (1937- )
Annette O'BRIEN (1943- )
Marriage Q2 1938 Cork City, Ireland

Husband: William O'BRIEN

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William O'BRIEN

Name: William O'BRIEN
Sex: Male
Father: Cornelius O'BRIEN (1885-1969)
Mother: Mary-Ellen FITZPATRICK (1885-1965)
Birth 1910 (est) Cork City, Ireland
Religion Roman Catholic
National or Tribal Origin Irish
Child Count 2
Marriage Count 1
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 0) Cork City, Ireland1
32 Reed's Sqare, Barrack Street
Religion 2 Apr 1911 (age 0-1) Roman Catholic1
Residence btw 1936 and 1944 (age 25-34) Nicholas St, Cork
Occupation Commercial Artist
Residence aft 1944 (age 33-34) Walkinstown, Dublin
Death Dublin, Ireland

Wife: Mary Ellen AHER

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Mary Ellen AHER, 1957, age 48

Name: Mary Ellen AHER
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth Q2 1909 Cork City, Ireland2
National or Tribal Origin Irish
Marriage Count 1

Child 1: Carmel O'BRIEN

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Carmel O'BRIEN, 1957, age 20

Name: Carmel O'BRIEN
Sex: Female
Spouse: Pat HARMON ( - )
Birth 1937 Cork City, Ireland
Religion Roman Catholic
National or Tribal Origin irish

Child 2: Annette O'BRIEN

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Annette O'BRIEN, 1957, age 14

Name: Annette O'BRIEN
Sex: Female
Spouse: Barry TALLON ( - )
Birth 1943 Cork City, Ireland
Religion Roman Catholic
National or Tribal Origin irish

Note on Husband: William O'BRIEN

Was employed in Dublin by the Irish Press newspaper, and lived in Dublin for all his adult life.

 

As a graphics designer in advertising he was the inventor of the "Lyons Tea Minstrels".

Sources

1"Census 1911 Cork City, Ireland Cork No 5, Reeds Square, 399918 (Entry 12.4)" (Cork No 5, Reeds Square, 399918).
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Source: Census 1911 Cork City, Ireland Cork No 5, Reeds Square, 399918 (Entry 12.4), 1911 - Census, Cork, 32 Reeds Sq Cornelius and Mary Ellen O'Brien

2"Ireland, Civil Registration Births Index, 1864-1958". Q2 1909, Cork, vol 5, 139. Assessment: Primary evidence.