Michael and Ann Marmion from County Louth who immigrated to America in 1850
Louth Inscriptions
County Louth, the smallest county  in Ireland, bounded on the east by the Irish Sea, on the west by the counties of Monaghan and Meath, on the north by Carlingford Bay and the county of Armagh, and on the south by that of Meath.
1852 Dundalk COMMISSIONERS
Thomas Marmion

Flax Growers 1796
Marmion Bernard, Faughart, 1
Marmion James, Faughart, 1
Marmion John, Faughart, 1

Deaths 1930- 1940
Marmion James, Lusk, 04 Mar 1933, DI
Marmion Mary A., Carrickedmond, 24 Jan 1940, TA
Marmion Michael, Ashbourne, 24 Jan 1933, DI

1908 Dundalk
Marmion, John, Doyle's Fort Road

1891 The Carroll Fund
Francis Marmion, Park-street, Dundalk, 2/6, D.Y.I.S.

1890 Louth Parish Church
Mr. R. Marmion, Louth, £50, [Louth]
Marmion see Rylands
Mr. Rylands (per Mr. R. Marmion, Louth), £2, [ACP]

1865 Voters
Marmion John (Rev), Rath, -, Dundalk Upper
Marmion Patrick, Carrickedmond, Reps. R. Hall, Dundalk Upper
Marmion Thomas, Carrickedmond, Reps. R. Hall, Dundalk Upper

1854 Louth Patriotic Fund
Marmion John Rev, Dundalk, £1,

Marmion Lawrence, Clanbrassil Street
  1832 Borough of Dundalk Voters' List
  Marmion Laurence, Chandler, Clanbrassil street, Dundalk

Marmion Mrs., Park Street
Marmion Thomas, Park Street

1822 Freeholders
Maginness John; Dundalk; Dundalk;
P. Dowdall; Dundalk 25/01/1819; Upper Dundalk; 40/-;
John and P. Maginness and James Marmion
Marmion James; Carrickedmond; Carrickedmond;
Robert Hall Esq.; Dundalk 12/02/1817; Upper Dundalk; 40/-; P. and W. Marmion and P. Kerr
Marmion John; Louth; Louth; -; Ardee 23/11/1820; Louth; £10; Perpetuity under £20
Marmion Lawrence; Dundalk; Dundalk; -; Dundalk 20/04/1819; Upper Dundalk; £20; -

By 1824 No Marmions listed as Freeholders

1832 Dundalk Eastwood CreditorsMarmion
Anthony Marmion
late of Dundalk
Co. Louth
Gentleman
debtor

1837 Dundalk Valuations

97, Marmion, Laurence, Clanbrassil-street, £50, -
-, Marmion, Thomas, Park-street, £25, -
99, Marmion, Richard, Park-street, £18, -
100, Marmion, - (Mrs.), Park-street, £45,

1804 Drogheda Militiamen\
Ballotted Manís Name, Substitute, Those who Paid £10, Parish, Note
Marmion James, Magee Francis, -, St. Peter's
Magee Francis, Marmion James, St. Peter's

1692-1841 Dundalk Corporate Officers
1715
Nicholas Price Bailiff
Stephen Marmion Deputy Bailiff
 

1716
Hans Hamilton Bailiff
Stephen Marmion Deputy Bailiff
 
THE ancient name Foghard, the modern Faughart is situated in
the barony of Lower Dundalk, in the north-east of the county of
Louth, and Diocese of Armagh. It is bounded on the east by Dundalk;
west by Fork Hill; north by Jonesborough; and south by Roche;
containing about 1,400 acres, divided into the townlands of Balriggan,
Rosskeeah, Carrick Edmond, Lurgankeel, and Dungooley.
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The following is still out of order, be sure to read through the entire list.
big thanks to Brendan Hall (this is from his research)
Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Marmion Erected by Mary Marmion of Carrickedmond in memory of her husband James Marmion who depd this life 12 Jun 1819 aged 52 years also her son Thomas died 10 Dec 1882 aged 77 years his brother Francis died 19 Feb 1883 aged 75 years also Mary the beloved daughter of Thomas who died 19 Feb 1879 aged 23 years & Agnes Dearey grandchild of Thomas died 21 Jan 1889 aged 4 months also her sister Winnie died 19 Feb 1889 aged 8 years 8 months also Catherine Marmion beloved wife of Thomas died 04 Apr 1881 aged 64 years also their sons Francis died 24 Mar 1898 aged 42 years James died 17 May 1924 aged 72 years (69) 

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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Marmion Here lieth the/body of James/Marmion who de-/rted this life 30 Jul? 177-/-97 (92) 

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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Marmion Erected by his daughter Mary Anne Marmion in memory of Patrick Marmion who departed this life 04 Apr 1858 aged 54 years also his beloved wife Anne Marmion who died 30 Apr 1872 aged 65 years and their son Martin Marmion who died 03 Dec 1882 aged 30 years his beloved brother Mathew Marmion who departed this life 25 Nov 1904 aged 65 years also Mary Ann Marmion died 16 Mar 1908 aged 51 years (68) 

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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Dearey See Marmion (69) 

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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Marmion Erected by William Marmion of Carrickedmond in memory of his mother Mary Marmion who departed this life 15 Mar 1822 aged 58 years and also his father Bernard Marmion who departed this life 02 Mar 1830 aged 82 years (149) 

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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions
Marriage Allegations, 1660 
  Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co.Louth 
   In Preparation 
County: Louth 
Country: Ireland 
Marmion Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on the souls of James Marmion died 04 Feb 1908 his wife Mary died 17 Feb 1897 their sons Joe aged 23 Vincent aged 17 Patrick aged 15 and their grand children Jimmie aged 12 Joe aged 11 1/2 Brigieann aged 13 Rose aged 20 and Johny aged 26 (148)



Misc County Louth:


AGNES MARMION bn 09 JUL 1867  Barronstown, Louth, Ireland
LUCY CATHERINE MARMION bn 06 NOV 1864 Louth, Ireland
parents JAMES MARMION, MARY KIRLY

CATHERINE MARMION bn 08 MAY 1864 Ravensdale, Louth, Ireland
MARGARET MARMION bn 18 JUN 1866 Ravensdale, Louth, Ireland
parents JAMES MARMION, ANN MURPHY

FRANCIS MARMION bn 23 FEB 1864 Dundalk, Louth, Ireland
parents PATRICK MARMION,MARY JANE MULLIN

John Marmion  05 JUN 1875   Barronstown, Louth, Ireland
REBECCA JANE MARMION bn  31 OCT 1864   , Louth, Ireland
parents Patrick Marmion, Catherine Kelley

Margaret Marmion bn 28 FEB 1879 Louth, Ireland
parents James Marmion, Margaret McQuillan

Mary Anne Marmion bn  17 DEC 1876   , Louth, Ireland
parents James Marmion, Anne McQuillan 

MARK MARMION bn 28 OCT 1864, Louth, Ireland
parents JAMES MARMION, MARY HAGAN


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COUNTY LOUTH FREEHOLDERS 1822
Marmion
James Carrickedmond Carrickedmond Robert Hall Esq. Dundalk
2/02/1817 Upper Dundalk
Marmion
John Louth Louth ----- Ardee
23/11/1820 Louth
Marmion
Lawrence Dundalk Dundalk ----- Dundalk
20/04/1819 Upper Dundalk

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Irish Death Notices
HYNES, Angela Bridget (nee MARMION); 91; Dundalk IRL>Hastings NY; Journal N; 1999-11-15; most

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Drogheda Town, County Louth, Ireland
1901 Census - Heads of Household Index
Marmion Anne, Scarlet street

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Will Calendar for 1873 for a
Mary Marmion of Dundalk - she appears to have been single.
drawn up 25 Nov. 1873 and proved in court the 7th June 1875
In it she mentions;
To my cousin Richard Marmion of Louth £200 - (Note: this would appear to be the village of Louth)
To cousin Edward Ferrrar of Dundalk - £200
To the four children of my late brother Laurence £100 each; the eldest Eliza a widow and when I last heard of her in New York the second Bridget mary was married to ---- Willes Howard, since deceased.
The third
Laurence in New York and the fourth Anne when I last heard of her also in New York.
£100 for Masses and the £100 for the poor
Edward Farrer and Richard Marmion - executors.
Witnessed by Owen Byrne, Francis St., Dundalk and
Thomas Byrne of Francis St.

this Mary Marmion would appear to be the sister of Anthony executed during the rebellion. She and her sister Ellen (Nellie) (their mother was Nellie Dowdall -maiden name) ran a pub in Clanbrassil St. Dundalk. Her neice Bridget Mary, daughter of her brother Laurence, was.married in New York to Willes Howard   -Tom

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Pre[rogative] Will 18 May 1724 proved 27 Nov. 1724
Stephen Marmion of Dundalk Co. Louth Gent.
Sons - Richard Henery[sic] & Abel [&Ralph, see above]
Daughters - Catherine Marmion, Margt Marmion, Elizabeth Marmion, Mary Marmion, Lucy Marmion, Mary Savage
[wife of JamesSavage] and Alice McMulan
wife Alice Smith alias Marmion
The freehold of Cullemagrana & lease of Cullenstown, Co. Cavan & Cavan mill to son Richd
£200 to son Henry
£5 to son Abel
Executors wife Alice and brother Robert Smith
Witnesses Jn Page Ralph Smith Jn Ward Pat Ceely
Probate to executors

Pre Will made 9 Dec 1731 proved 26 feb 1733
Abel Marmion of Killevally, Co Westmeath Clk
son of Stephen Marmion deceased
brother Ralph Marmion
Alice Marmion widow of my father Stephen
sister Mary Savage and her children
sister Elizabeth Marmion cousin Stephen Page
Executors brother [in law] James Savage and cousin Stephen Page
Witnesses Mary Page Jn Fisher
Probate to Savage

I CANNOT LINK ANY OF THE ABOVE TO MOURNE MARMIONS,
Tom
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Louth Deeds
volume 23, page  173, # 13010, current deed  1718,March  9th,  deed type-L&R   
MARMION  Ralph Gent  Dundalk, LOU 
Role current deed-WD ,  April 16,1719
More Louth Records
Louth Records
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Some of the information here could be a duplicate, we have so much to post I want to get it up and then weed through later so that it  is available. We hope this doesn't cause any confusion.
Anthony Marmion, Dundalk
The Louth Marmion Tree
The Trial, William, and John Marmion
It is believed that the Marmion Family's Origins begin in County Louth...
a few things have been found to confirm this.
C o u n t y  L o u t h
In 1842 New Year's-day was celebrated by a crowded
Repeal meeting at Dundalk. It was supposed not less than
from sixty to seventy thousand persons attended. The
crowds flocked in from the neighbouring Counties of Armagh,
Down, and Meath. O'Connell, at this time Lord Mayor of
Dublin, was accompanied to the meeting by Messrs. Boylan,
Markey, Caraher, and other Repealers, and the chair was
taken by Berkely B. Stafford, Esq. O'Connell made a most
powerful speech, and, at the banquet which followed, nearly
600 persons sat down. To the toast of " The People ó the
True Source of Legitimate Power, " the Rev. Mr. Marmion
ably responded.
Connection between the Marmions of County
Louth and County Down
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Thomas Marmion, Ballagan, Greenore
Patrick Marmion and Sarah Cull