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Ellen Power
 1866 -

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  • Birth  12 Nov 1866  Mayor's Walk, Waterford, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • Informant: Anne Walsh of Parliament St., Waterford who was present at birth.
    Christened  18 Nov 1866  Ballybricken Parish of Holy Trinity Without Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Sponsors - Patrick Duggan & Mary Doyle
      Priest - McGrath T.
    Gender  Female 
    Died  Waterford, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I5  Power
    Last Modified  29 Mar 2008 07:06:39 
     
    Father  Maurice Power, b. 1842, Waterford, Ireland  
    Mother  Mary Hopkins Power, b. 22 Feb 1844, Waterford, Ireland  
    Family ID  F1  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Martin Rea 
    Residence  Late 1800s 
    The Shortcourse aka The Ropewalk
    15 Barracks St. Waterford, IE 
    Children 
     1. Maurice Rea
     2. John Rea
     3. James Rea
     4. Gerard Rea
     5. Michael Rea
     6. Minnie Rea, b. 1897
     7. Nellie Rea, b. 1906
    Last Modified  08 Mar 2008 06:27:29 
    Family ID  F95  Group Sheet
     
  • Histories Ellen Power - Eldest progeny of Maurice & Mary Power
    "Writings of Brother E"
     
  • Notes 
    • Excerpt from "Writings of Brother E"

      Ellen Power, the oldest daughter of Mary “Hopkins” Power, married Martin Rea who worked in her mother’s bakery, ...

      They lived at first in the Shortcourse (The Rope Walk, as our elders were wont to call it) and finally in 15 Barrack Street, where the last survivors of the large Rea family still reside. ...

      My memories of Aunt Ellie are very fresh. I still recall her figure, with the kindly smile and the grey head, still standing at the fire in the hearth and gently arguing with her famous “character” of a son, Gerry, generally pleading with him to go down to Aunt Nan’s shop to collect the offal meat at the cellar. She was a very devout woman and instilled a loyalty in her family to religious observances of their Catholic faith. Thanks to her vigilance and her own good example, the Catholic tradition was faithfully passed on to the children, Maurice, John, James, Gerry, Michael, Minnie and Nellie of the Rea family.
     
  • Sources 
    1. [S4] WHS Research, http://www.waterford-heritage.ie, (Michael O'Connor (R.No 165988)), CM/ES 6932. (Reliability: 2), Register B1844-74 P386.

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