The Rhubarb Leaf
A history of the Crowley clans of Friars Walk, Cork City and their descendants
Crowley is a Cork name, though if you go back to 1200 A.D., we were blow ins from Roscommon.
Our Crowley clan originated like many others from Dunmanway in Co: Cork. James Crowley (1844) was born there. His son Daniel was a city man though. Most of this website is about his clan. Daniel (1872) and his wife Mary nee Mehegan (1881) set up house in the Ballyphehane area around 1901. They had 14 children and they lived at three locations, the last being on Friars Walk. Many of the Grandchildren have very fond memories of the place.
Here we are trying to keep these stories alive and available for all who are interested. We are also here to record the current goings on. Like any good Irish clan we can be found anywhere from the west coast of America to Japan.
The house Of Daniel Stephen (1872) and Mary nee Mehigan at Friars Walk
Approx location Neigh House lane
Neigh House lane is the place of birth of Daniel Stephen Crowley (1872)
41 Lough Road where Mary nee Mehigan grew up
Daniel Stephens wife Mary Mehigan was reared at 41 Lough Road. Marys brother Charlie who has since passed away was still living here in the 1970’s. He had two children Marian and Junior who works as a porter in the Regional Hospital.
Where Daniel Stephen lived for many years before marrying
The location of Jimmy & Bridget nee Heffernans first home
Daniel Stephen & Mary nee Mehigans second Home. Annie, Charlie & Peggy were born here
The old school in Togher
Approximate location of Daniel Stephen & Mary nee Mehigan's first home and birth place of Jimmy and May
The home of Jerimiah (Daniel Stephen's brother)
This is the approx. location of the passage (a small lane that existed off Friars walk at the turn of the 20th century). Jerimiah was the older brother of Daniel Stephen Crowley (1872). They were next door neighbours. The brothers had no contact with each other but their children did.
Daniel Stephens brother Christy's home
Christy lived with his wife, their many children, the Murphy children (from his sister who died giving birth to the youngest child) and Christy’s mother Mary Crowley (nee Crowley).
Daniel Stephen's oldest brother Florence's home (formally Hangdog road)
Minnie O' Sullivan (nee Crowley's) home (street no longer exists, street name unknown))
St. Finbarr's Cemetery. Jimmy (Daniel Stephens oldest son) and his wife Brigid nee Heffernan are buried here.
St Joseph's Cemetery Buried at St Joseph's Cemetery where Daniel Stephen, Mary nee Mehigan, May and Eileen are buried here.
Peadars house. 2 Mayfield park, Mayfield, Cork
Jerry and Peggy lived at Marble Hall before moving to Dublin
Dan & Peggy lived here 1 Altona, College road
May & Eilleen lived here at Wilton gardens
A list of the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Jimmy and Brigid nee Heffernan
Record of May, Anne and Charles births
Children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren of The family tree of Margaret (called Peggy ) and Joseph Hyland
Children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren of Jerry and Peggy
The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of William (Called Billy) and Moll nee Brady
Record of the birth of Kathleen
Tha children, grand children and great grand children of of Daniel (called Dan) and Margaret nee Buckley
The children and grand children of Hannah (called Una) and William Davis (called Bill)
Record of the birth of Paul
The family tree of Peter (called Peadar) and Noreen nee DeLee
The children, grand children and great grand children of Kevin and Theresa
A record of the birth of Eileen Crowley
The complete family tree of Daniel Stephen and Mary nee Heffernan
We would like to extend our deep sympathy to Don Crowley, whose wife Dee passed away on July 15th and to their children Dan, Alison and Aoife.
We want to congratulate Roy Crowley and Mags O’Brien on their wedding yesterday. We saw some great photos, great joy and a gentleman without a tie.
Katie has just announced her engagement to Fergal O'Conner. We wish you lot's of joy and happiness together.
If you had to name all your Aunts and uncles, Una would be one of the first. Not because the others were less caring, loving or being glad to see them again. But Una was bubbly, asking questions, infectious. She stole the show.
Trying to find James grave and his parents The Rhubarbleaf has been offline for a while. Eamonn (more than me) and myself have been making an effort to get further back. My ultimate goal would be to find James Crowley's grave and find out who his parents were. Given...
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★ Marriage of James Crowly and Mary Crowly on 20 February 1862 at St. Finbarr’s church in Cork city. This also means that they were living in Cork city from 1862. James was only 18 at the time and Mary
The census records for Florence Crowley of 1911
The census records for Florence Crowley of 1901