Margaret Doody1

#22271, (circa 1796 - )

Family

Timothy Sullivan b. c 1794
Children 1.Daniel Sullivan+7,8 (c 1817 - )
 2.Honora Sullivan+7 (1820 - 1905)
 3.Cornelius Sullivan7 (s 1823 - )
 4.Catherine Sullivan+7 (1825 - 1908)
 5.Mary Sullivan+9 (c 1827 - 1907)
 6.John Sullivan10 (c 1829 - )
Margaret Doody was also known as Dowden.2 
Her married name was Sullivan.1 
Birth*circa 1796She was born circa 1796 at IrelandG.1 
Marriage*She married Timothy Sullivan at IrelandG.1 
August 1831She and Timothy Sullivan migrated to New BrunswickG (see citations for other poss. dates) in August 1831.3 
Baptism31 May 1840She sponsored the baptism of Margaret Butler on 31 May 1840 at St. Bartholomew's Church Cemetery, Melrose, Botsford Par., Westmorland Co., New BrunswickG, as Margaret Dowden.4 
1851She and Timothy Sullivan appeared on the census of 1851 at Botsford Par., Westmorland Co., New BrunswickG; (neis. Dennis and Catherine Murphy; Benjamin and Elizabeth Trenholm; Elipholet and Hannah Allan.)5 
1861She and Timothy Sullivan appeared on the census of 1861 at Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickG.6 

Citations

  1. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). Timothy (57), b. Ireland, farmer; Margaret (55), b. Ireland; both imm. Aug 1831. Img. e002294631, Library and Archives Canada.
  2. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: Shemogue [Chimogoui, St-Barthélemi], Cte Westmorland, 1813-1855 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), Bapt. rec. of Margaret Butler, sponsors Timothy Sullivan and Margaret Dowden [sic], 1840, q.v. Online Ancestry.com.
  3. [S520] VWH, While it was not unusual for familes to migrate in more than one voyage, the records for this family are unusual.
    Timothy and Mary, the parents, entered the Colony in Aug 1831 (1851 census).
    Daniel, marr. in 1851 census, has Aug 1842.
    Honora has b. NB in 1851 cenus (marr.) and imm. 1838 in 1901 census.
    Cornelius has no high surety record beyond 1842.
    Catherine has entered Colony 1836 in 1861 census, husb. entered 1831; in 1901 census, she has imm. Dec 1826.
    Mary has b. NB in 1851 census, marr. to John Brothers who was also b. NB; the 1901 census has imm. 1830 for Mary.
    John was with his parents in 1851 census and has the same entry date as theirs.
    This genealogy will use the parents' record, but all the family was in NB by 1842.
  4. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: Shemogue, 1813-1899, p. 1, B-4, img. 141/150. Margaret Butler, dau. of Michael Butler and Sarah Philimore, b. 23 Mar 1839, bapt. 31 May 1840 by Ant. Gagnon; sponsors Timothy Sullivan and Margaret Dowden. [sic]
  5. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). Timothy (57), b. Ireland, farmer; Margaret (55), b. Ireland; both entered Colony Aug 1831.
  6. [S1752] 1861 Canada East Census. Timothey (68), b. Ireland, farmer; Margaret (70), b. Ireland.
  7. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, Westmorland County (copy from Université Saint Joseph Archives, Moncton), transcription online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbwestmo/history.htm, p. 15, naming the children of Timothy Sullivan and Margaret Doody: sons Daniel, Cornelius and Timothy; daus. Hanorah (Mrs. John Hartnett the second), Mary (Mrs. William Mahoney) and Catherine (Mrs. Jeremiah Sweeney).
  8. [S146] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: St-Henri, Barachois, Cte Westmorland, 1812-1899, Vols. 1 and 2 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), img. 57/504, No. M-5. Daniel Sullivan, res. St. Bartholomew, Botsford, son of Timothy Sullivan and Mary Doodin [sic], also of St. Bartholomew; and Bridget Russell of Botsford, dau. of John Russell, deceased, and Ann Russell, of the parish of Kigery [sic, not found], Co. Clare, Ireland; marr. 7 Mar 1848 by Ant. Gagnon; witn. Timothy Sullivan, father of the groom, and Joan-Ann Allen.
  9. [S146] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: St-Henri, Barachois, 1812-1899 1 & 2, marr. of Mary and John Brothers, q.v.
  10. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia).