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MENARY FAMILY PHOTOS

On the back of this photo was inscribed: Jane Menary (My Great Aunt) was married in 1st Armagh Presbyterian Church to Mr. Wilkins of Tyrone - her brother Alex Menary of Killylea was groomsman. Alexander Menary was the father of William Menary pictured beneath. This would mean she was born in the 1700s and lived to be old enough for this stage of photography to capture her.
This photo was filed with Jane Menary, so I am calling him my mystery Menary. I would suspect he is of a subsequent generation, possibly a son.

This is probably Mary Menary (1872-1946) the daughter of William Menary and Mary Jackson who married James Francis Wright and lived at Gilford Castle.
This is probably Mary Menary (1872-1946) the daughter of William Menary and Mary Jackson who married James Francis Wright and lived at Gilford Castle.

Mary Menary (1872-1946),
wife of James Francis Wright.
This is likely to be Major John Menary C.B., O.B.E., M.D
See Obit: Dr. John MENARY - 1942

"Mollie" Mary Menary (1872-1946)
as a young woman
"Mollie" Mary Menary (1872-1946) as a girl.
Daughter of Mary (Jackson) Menary

Mary Menary (1872-1946)
Mary Menary (1872-1946)

William Menary (1838-1874)
Mary Menary nee Jackson (1844-1921)

Martha Menary (1835- unknown) sister of William Menary, she married 9 May 1872 Jacob Jenkinson of Rathdrum and Armagh City. She had a son, William Jenkinson, born 19 May 1879 of the Bungalow Armagh, County Accountant, Armagh County Council,
who married at Minterburn Presbyterian Church Caledon, 26 Dec 1906, May Pringle. (NOTE: Thanks to Susan WANN from New Zealand for this)
William Menary (1838-1875) &
Mary (Jackson) Menary (1844-1921)

 
Mrs. Menary (nee Jackson) and daughter ("Mollie" Mary Menary)
 

This is a tombstone in the Presbyterian graveyard of Fairhaven on the outskirts of Armagh City (unless my notes are wrong - in which case it could be in the graveyard of Aghaville, also west of the City of Armagh.)

This house was constructed in the style of the original MENARY house which on this land and was built in the early 1800s. I believe that this is the home where William MENARY who married Mary JACKSON lived. It is about 3 miles out of Armagh City on the road to Monaghan. It is beside Killynure, the original home of the BROWN family. The KNIPE family live there now.

 

 

 

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