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Dowling, Anne

Dowling, Anne

Female 1796 - 1937  (141 years)

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  • Name Dowling, Anne 
    Born 9 Jul 1796  Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Reference Number 10139 
    Died 15 Oct 1937 
    Person ID I10139  Dowling-One-Name-Study
    Last Modified 17 Feb 2019 

    Father Dowling, Laurence,   d. Dec 1807 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Kavanagh, Eleanor,   d. 11 Aug 1841 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 2 Oct 1792  Dublin City, Dublin, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • St. Andrew's Parish Chapel
    Family ID F3359  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos 2 Photos

  • Notes 
    • Source who would also be interested in more information:
      Rupert Dowling. Who has more info on his website:
      · Poor Anne. We don't know what caused her death at the age of 41; it seems unlikely she was married or Mary Anne would have mentioned it; what we do have is a beautiful portrait which hangs on our wall at home. It shows a young woman (I have somewhere in my head that she was 23 at the time) of some means and is obviously the work of a decent professional painter. The portrait hung in Eliza's house in Richmond Place and Willie remembered her always saying "That's for Willie when I'm gone.". So when he heard news of her death Robert promptly headed round there and walked home with the painting under his arm, from where he shipped it to Willie in Liverpool, before any of you lot out there could get your hands on it. ;)
      · Mary Anne says she died in September. In my Dad's (Osmond's) notes he corrects that to October 15, based presumeably on her burial certificate, which is dated October 17 (it could be Oct 11, but I think Dad stuck the certificate to its current backing sheet, so I'm assuming he saw it in better condition than it is now). Even a ten-day delay seems unlikely in 1837.
      · Of course, if Dad was right, it casts a doubt on the accuracy of all or any of Mary Anne's dates and opens up other avenues of exploration.