1. JOHN MARY O'LOUGHLIN b. 7 Aug 1942, BORAHARD,NEWBRIDGE,CO. KILDARE, occupation ENGINEER, m. (1) 12 NOV 1964, in UCD CHURCH DUBLIN, divorced 1998, GABRIELLE SUSAN HETHERTON, b. 24 AUG 1942, MANCHESTER, occupation MEDICAL DOCTOR, m. (2) 16 Oct 1999, in Naas Registry Office, CATHERINE OLIVIA CHOISEUL, b. 04 FEB 1954, KILLEIGH, CO OFFALY, occupation HORTICULTURIST.

Parents

2. PATRICK O'LOUGHLIN b. 23 SEP 1905, RATHANGAN, occupation FARMER, m. 09 MAY 1935, in GLASTULE,CO DUBLIN., KATHLEEN COLGAN, b. 15 SEP 1914, BISHOPSWOOD,PORTARLINGTON., occupation HOUSEWIFE. PATRICK died 02 APR 1977, OGHILL,MONASTEREVAN., buried: 7 Apr 1977, RATHANGAN. WINNER OF TWO ALL-IRELAND ('27/28),SIX LEINSTER MEDALS,& MANY OTHER AWARDS FOR GAELIC FOOTBALL. HIS BROTHERS JOE & EDDY WERE ALSO ON THE SAME TEAMS.

3. KATHLEEN COLGAN b. 15 SEP 1914, BISHOPSWOOD,PORTARLINGTON., occupation HOUSEWIFE.

Grand Parents

4. EDWARD O'LOUGHLIN b. 24 NOV 1864, KILMONEY,RATHANGAN, occupation FARMER, m. 01 FEB 1888, in RATHANGAN, BRIGID FLYNN, b. 08 FEB 1863, d. 1 Jun 1952, KILMONEY,RATHANGAN. EDWARD died 23 MAR 1932, KILMONEY,RATHANGAN.

5. BRIGID FLYNN b. 08 FEB 1863, d. 1 Jun 1952, KILMONEY,RATHANGAN.

6. JAMES COLGAN b. BISHOPSWOOD,PORTARLINGTON, occupation FARMER, m. MARYANNE DEMPSEY, b. ?? ___ 1883, occupation HOUSEWIFE, d. ?? JAN 1966, BISHOPSWOOD, buried: RAHEEN OLD CHURCHYARD. JAMES buried: RAHEEN OLD CHURCHYARD. JAMES'S MOTHER AND FATHER DIED YOUNG SO THEY WERE LOOKED AFTER BY THEIR AUNT MARCELLA GRATTAN, WHO ALTERNATED A WEEK IN KILNANTOGUE AND BISHOPSWOOD. JAMES WAS CONSIDERED BRIGHT SO HE WAS SENT TO SCHOOL IN RATHANGAN, TO A "GOOD" TEACHER. HE WAS REGARDED AS AN EDUCATED MAN BY HIS NEIGHBOURS AND CONSULTED BY THEM IN LEGAL AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS.

7. MARYANNE DEMPSEY b. ?? ___ 1883, occupation HOUSEWIFE, d. ?? JAN 1966, BISHOPSWOOD, buried: RAHEEN OLD CHURCHYARD.

Great Grand Parents

8. THOMAS O'LOUGHLIN b. KILMONEY, occupation FARMER, m. ELLEN DUNNE, b. RHODE, CO. OFFALY, d. 24 Nov 1864, KILMONEY, buried: FEIGHCULLEN. THOMAS died 01 DEC 1882, KILMONEY.

9. ELLEN DUNNE b. RHODE, CO. OFFALY, d. 24 Nov 1864, KILMONEY, buried: FEIGHCULLEN. ELLEN DIED WITH THE BIRTH OF EDWARD

10. JOHN FLYNN b. ?? ___ 1824, KILMONEY, occupation FARMER, m. 22 Oct 1860, MARY CONNELL, b. ?? ___ 1838, VICARSTOWN, CO LAOISE, occupation FARMER, d. 21 Mar 1883, KILMONEY. JOHN died 10 Oct 1894.

11. MARY CONNELL b. ?? ___ 1838, VICARSTOWN, CO LAOISE, occupation FARMER, m. (1) 22 Oct 1860, JOHN FLYNN, b. ?? ___ 1824, KILMONEY, occupation FARMER, d. 10 Oct 1894, m. (2) ?? Nov 1857, THOMAS HYNES, b. KILMONEY, occupation FARMER. MARY died 21 Mar 1883, KILMONEY. A Connell man in Vicarstown told me that this womans mother was a Kelly from Doneany, Kildangan. An old neighbour, Mick Broughal confirmed that the place was known as Kellys when he was young. The farm was purchased by Edward O'Loughlin of Oghill in 1960, not knowing that it was the birthplace of his great-great-grandmother. Mary married first to Thomas Hynes of Kilmoney and they had one daughter, Alicia, who died aged 9 yrs in 1867.

12. EDWARD COLGAN b. RAHEEN?,OFFALY, occupation FARMER, m. MARY GRATTAN, b. 1845, KILNANTOGUE, RATHANGAN, occupation HOUSEWIFE. REPUTED TO HAVE BEEN A MUSICIAN OF SOME NOTE , HE TRAVELED WIDELY TO WAKES WEDDINGS AND OTHER GATHERINGS TO PLAY. ACCORDING TO NED COLGAN HE PLAYED THE VIOLIN, THE FLUTE AND THE BAGPIPES. HE BUILT THE TWO STOREY COTTAGE AT BISHOPS -WOOD WHICH DREW THE IRE OF THE LANDLORD WHO THOUGHT IT PRESUMPTUOUS OF A TENANT TO LIVE IN SUCH LUXURY AND THREATENED TO RAZE IT, BUT EDW. PERSEVERED AND THE HOUSE WAS ALLOWED TO STAND. BOTH HE AND MARY DIED YOUNG AND THEIR FAMILY WAS REARED BY MARCELLA GRATTAN, MARY'S SISTER.

13. MARY GRATTAN b. 1845, KILNANTOGUE, RATHANGAN, occupation HOUSEWIFE.

14. PATRICK DEMPSEY b. ?? ___ 1858, TREASCON, PORTARLINGTON, occupation FARMER, m. MARIA LYONS, b. 1862, CLONDULISK, d. ?? ___ 1934, CLONDULISK, buried: KILLINARD. PATRICK died ?? ___ 1950, CLONDULISK.

15. MARIA LYONS b. 1862, CLONDULISK, d. ?? ___ 1934, CLONDULISK, buried: KILLINARD.

Great Great Grand Parents

16. THOMAS O'LOUGHLIN b. ABT ?? ___ 1795, KILMONEY, occupation FARMER, m. ABT 1820, MARGARET DINAHER, b. BOHERKILL.

17. MARGARET DINAHER b. BOHERKILL.

20. JAMES FLYNN b. 1795, COOLROE,BALLYBRITTAS, m. BRIDGET FINLAY, b. ?? ___ 1795, MORETTE, EMO, d. 27 Jul 1877. JAMES died 29 Jun 1872.

21. BRIDGET FINLAY b. ?? ___ 1795, MORETTE, EMO, d. 27 Jul 1877.

22. JAMES CONNELL m. BETTY WHELAN.

23. BETTY WHELAN.

24. JOHN COLGAN b. RAHEEN, m. ELEANOR ?. JOHN buried: RAHEEN. THIS HUSBAND AND WIFE SHARE THE SAME GRAVE SPACE AS ED.COLGAN #339 AND HIS DESCENDANTS. IT IS A FAIR ASSUMPTION THAT THEY WERE THE PARENTS.

25. ELEANOR ?.

26. GARRET GRATTAN m. CATHERINE GRATTAN (NEE ?), b. 1820, d. 1894.

27. CATHERINE GRATTAN (NEE ?) b. 1820, d. 1894.

28. GEORGE DEMPSEY b. GEASHILL, m. ? HYLAND. GEORGE died GEASHILL.

29. ? HYLAND.

30. MARTIN LYONS b. MAYO?, occupation SGT. IN THE RIC, m. ? MONAGHER, b. CLONDULISK. THIS MAN WAS A SEARGENT IN THE R.I.C. HE MARRIED INTO CLONDULISK. ACC. TO GEORGE DEMPSEY HE CAME FROM THE WEST PROBABLY MAYO AND WAS STATIONED AT DERRYLEA TO GUARD THE LANDLORD WHO LIVED THERE. AT THAT TIME THERE WAS A LARGE COMMUNITY AT DERRYLEA. MARRIED INTO CLONDULISK.

31. ? MONAGHER b. CLONDULISK.

3rd Great Grand Parents

32. JOHN O'LOUGHLIN b. KILMONEY, occupation FARMER, m. UNKNOWN. JOHN died 1798, NAAS. FAMILY TRADITION SAYS THAT JOHN WAS HUNG IN NAAS IN 1798 FOR HIS ACTIVITIES IN THE REBELLION. HIS WIFE TRIED TO INTERCEDE FOR HIM WITH THE LANDLORD,NEALL OF MILLTOWN,BUT THE LETTER NEALL GAVE TO HER TO GIVE TO THE JUDGE AT NAAS SAID "HANG THE BASTARD". HOWEVER, ANTHONY BENNET (# ) DISCOVERED THE ORIGINAL PETITION IN THE STATE ARCHIVES AND IT WOULD SEEM THAT NEALL INTERCEDED POSITIVELY FOR THE UNFORTUNATE MAN, BUT WITHOUT SUCCESS.

33. UNKNOWN.

44. PATRICK CONNELL m. ?? KELLY.

45. ?? KELLY.

46. PATRICK WHELAN m. ? SCULLY.

47. ? SCULLY.

56. PATRICK DEMPSEY m. ? KAVANAGH, b. LOUGH,PORTARLINGTON.

57. ? KAVANAGH b. LOUGH,PORTARLINGTON.

4th Great Grand Parents

112. MICHAEL DEMPSEY b. GEASHILL, m. UNKNOWN. MICHAEL died ?? ___ 1798, PORTARLINGTON. THIS MAN WAS HUNG IN PORT. IN '98 FOR HIS ACTIVITIES IN THE REBELLION ALONG WITH THREE OTHERS. THERE IS A MONUMENT TO THEM IN PORTARLINGTON.

113. UNKNOWN.