Charles Hagan

(17 October 1847 - )
     Charles Hagan was christened on 17 October 1847 in Termonmaguirk, Tyrone. He was the son of Charles Hagan and Catherine McGrath.

Charles Hagan

(27 June 1836 - 21 April 1883)
     Charles Hagan was christened on 27 June 1836 in Drummullan, Ardboe, Tyrone. He was the son of Charles Hagan and Mary Unknown.
     Charles Hagan married Catherine Unknown.
     Charles Hagan made a will dated 6 April 1883 in Irish St, Dungannon, Tyrone. In the name of God Amen, I Charles Hagan of Irish Street, Dungannon, co. Tyrone, do make this my last will and testament hereby revoking ... I bequeath all my real and personal property and everyting I shall die posseded of to my wife Catherine Hagan during her lifetime and I allow her to support my sister Mary Hagan decently during her lifetime and to pay all my lawful debts. I allow that my daughter Minnie Hagan is to get all real and personal property after the death of my wife Catherine Hagan. And I nominate and appoint ...
     Charles died on 21 April 1883 in Dungannon, Tyrone, aged 46.
     His will was proved on 8 June 1883 in Armagh. Effects £65 10s. The Will of Charles Hagan late of Dungannon County Tyrone Merchant deceased who died 21 April 1883 at same place was proved at Armagh by Peter M'Shane and Patrick Hart both of Dungannon Clothiers the Executors..

Charles Hagan

     Charles Hagan married Mary Unknown.

Child of Charles Hagan and Mary Unknown

Charles Hagan

(circa 1806 - 1866)
     Charles Hagan was born circa 1806 in Tyrone.
     Charles died in 1866 in Dungannon, Tyrone.

Charles Hagan

(circa 1855 - 25 January 1879)
     Charles Hagan was born circa 1855 in Tyrone.
     Charles died on 25 January 1879 in Clonavaddy, Dungannon, Tyrone. Charles Hagan, 24, shoemaker, bachelor, of Phythis. Susan Hagan was the informant..

Eleanor Jane Hagan

(31 January 1840 - )
     Eleanor Jane Hagan was born on 31 January 1840 in Gortalowry, Derryloran, Tyrone. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Jane Millar.

Elizabeth Hagan

(22 April 1845 - )
     Elizabeth Hagan was born on 22 April 1845 in Cookstown, Tyrone. This date is incompatible with her brother. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Jane Millar.

Elizabeth Hagan

(circa 1835 - 9 May 1879)
     Elizabeth Hagan was also known as O'Egan in records. She was born circa 1835 in Tyrone, Ireland. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh.
     Elizabeth Hagan and Mary Hagan arrived per "Shalimar" on 15 November 1862 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Mary O'Hegan aged 20, & Elizabeth O'Hegan, 26, as unassisted passengers. Their occupation was spinster, nationality - Irish. The ship (1591 tons) departed 22 August, master - Stanley, carrying 427 passengers, 414 in steerage, arriving 15 Nov 1862.
     Elizabeth Hagan may have married John Donnelly circa 1862 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. There is no record of a marriage and she married in 1873 as O'Hagan.
     Elizabeth Hagan married Gavan Hamilton in 1873 in Victoria, Australia.
     Elizabeth Hagan lived at Windermere, Victoria, 12 February 1877. She was mentioned in a letter on 12 February 1877. Mary Colbert nee Hagan, is probably the sister of Elizabeth Hagan, of Windermere, who wrote to her cousin Mary Hagan, Dungannon mentioning Mr Colbert:
Windermere, 12th Feby 1877
Dear Cousin
I received your letter in due time and I hope you will excuse me for being so long in answering [it?] And I am happy to say this & leaves me enjoying good [health?] trusting when this reaches you I will find you enjoying the same great Blessing my [sister?] Helen sent a letter to directed to Uncle, and five pounds in it to Mother, and mother never got the five pounds nor any word from us until we was three years from home, and he had signed my mothers name and got the money.
You need not be hard on us for not writing oftener as we cannot do it our Selves, and Sometimes we cannot get it down So you must just Excuse us, but we think it was BrotherJohns fault and not Uncle. I believe my Brother has been very foolish and Bad tempered since my mother died Helen sent home a letter and he would not let Annie see it, which him and his Wife behaved very unkindly to her. I blame all Annies down fall all on them. She was entitled to some of her fathers effects, if none of the rest of us got anything. Dear Cousin please let me know if you got any act [account?] of her whether dead or alive. I must think she is dead. I would have wrote you sooner only I was frightened we would have got a bad act [account?] of her.
I have been unwell for some time Back. I am troubled with the liver Complaint.
My Sister Mary & Husband and family is all well. She has 1 son & 2 Daughteours [Daughters?], and [send?] their Kind love to you all. We live about three miles apart. My Sister Helen is in New Zealand and has been their [there?] this six years, and got married their [there?], to a man named Henry Swayne, and the [they?] have one child But, she has had bad luck her husband got a hurt Some time ago, in the head and about six months ago he went wrong in the head, and has been in the Asylum ever Since and the last letter I got from her he was no Better; he was a native of Ireland and a respectable man. I have sent her Five pounds to her, and Mr Colbert sent her five pounds also, to help her along as she is left in a very lonly [lonely?] place, and we expect Brother John, for to send her some money as maney [many?] pound she sent home when she could spare it.
I hope the McBrides has not got the key to carry all belonging to my late Father & Mother
I send my kind respects to my uncle & Aunt & family and let me know how he is geting [getting?] his health; and send me his age I was sorrow [sorry?] to hear of my Cousin Henrys Death, but it is the Lords will and the road we [must?] all go. Dear Mary, Please send me your age. I hope when you receive this you are all enjoying good health. I send my kind love to Cousin Annie
I hope you and her will enjoy many happy days as I may say she is all your guide. We wondered to hear that you was not married by this time. I send my best regards to Charles and his little Girl.
I am going to send you next time a likeness of my Girl & Marys to raise your family, so you see whether Charles daughteour [daughters?] or mines is the Bigest. I send my best respects to Cousin James & Daniel also. I hope the [they?] are all married and a long letter to send me about their family
I remain Dear Cousin
Yours for Ever
Elizabeth Hagan
Cardigan post-office
tell my brother John to write me himself and let me know about all my aunts
uncles & Inquirers & friends
Miss Mary C Hagen [Hagan?]
Irish St. Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
She was admitted to the hospital, Ballarat, on 18 March 1879.
     Elizabeth died on 9 May 1879 in the hospital, Ballarat, Victoria. Elizabeth Hamilton, aged 44, of cancer of the omentum, daughter of Charles O'Egan, farmer, mother's name unknown, informant Edward Colbert, brother in law, Haddon; buried 11 May at Ballarat by Frederick Atkins. Born Tyrone, Ireland, 17 years in Victoria. 1st marriage at Ballarat aged 27, to John Donelly, daughter Ellen aged 16 years; 2nd marriage at Ballarat to Gavin Hamilton, aged 38, no children.

Child of Elizabeth Hagan and John Donnelly

Ellen Hagan

(say 1836 - 1927?)
     Ellen Hagan was also known as Helen O'Hagan in records. She was born say 1836 in Tyrone, Ireland. She was the daughter of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh.      
Ellen Hagan emigrated circa 1871 to New Zealand.
     Ellen Hagan married Henry Swain in 1871 in New Zealand. Ellen Hagan was mentioned in a letter between Elizabeth Hagan and Mary Hagan; Mary Colbert nee Hagan, is probably the sister of Elizabeth Hagan, of Windermere, who wrote to her cousin Mary Hagan, Dungannon mentioning Mr Colbert:
Windermere, 12th Feby 1877
Dear Cousin
I received your letter in due time and I hope you will excuse me for being so long in answering [it?] And I am happy to say this & leaves me enjoying good [health?] trusting when this reaches you I will find you enjoying the same great Blessing my [sister?] Helen sent a letter to directed to Uncle, and five pounds in it to Mother, and mother never got the five pounds nor any word from us until we was three years from home, and he had signed my mothers name and got the money.
You need not be hard on us for not writing oftener as we cannot do it our Selves, and Sometimes we cannot get it down So you must just Excuse us, but we think it was BrotherJohns fault and not Uncle. I believe my Brother has been very foolish and Bad tempered since my mother died Helen sent home a letter and he would not let Annie see it, which him and his Wife behaved very unkindly to her. I blame all Annies down fall all on them. She was entitled to some of her fathers effects, if none of the rest of us got anything. Dear Cousin please let me know if you got any act [account?] of her whether dead or alive. I must think she is dead. I would have wrote you sooner only I was frightened we would have got a bad act [account?] of her.
I have been unwell for some time Back. I am troubled with the liver Complaint.
My Sister Mary & Husband and family is all well. She has 1 son & 2 Daughteours [Daughters?], and [send?] their Kind love to you all. We live about three miles apart. My Sister Helen is in New Zealand and has been their [there?] this six years, and got married their [there?], to a man named Henry Swayne, and the [they?] have one child But, she has had bad luck her husband got a hurt Some time ago, in the head and about six months ago he went wrong in the head, and has been in the Asylum ever Since and the last letter I got from her he was no Better; he was a native of Ireland and a respectable man. I have sent her Five pounds to her, and Mr Colbert sent her five pounds also, to help her along as she is left in a very lonly [lonely?] place, and we expect Brother John, for to send her some money as maney [many?] pound she sent home when she could spare it.
I hope the McBrides has not got the key to carry all belonging to my late Father & Mother
I send my kind respects to my uncle & Aunt & family and let me know how he is geting [getting?] his health; and send me his age I was sorrow [sorry?] to hear of my Cousin Henrys Death, but it is the Lords will and the road we [must?] all go. Dear Mary, Please send me your age. I hope when you receive this you are all enjoying good health. I send my kind love to Cousin Annie
I hope you and her will enjoy many happy days as I may say she is all your guide. We wondered to hear that you was not married by this time. I send my best regards to Charles and his little Girl.
I am going to send you next time a likeness of my Girl & Marys to raise your family, so you see whether Charles daughteour [daughters?] or mines is the Bigest. I send my best respects to Cousin James & Daniel also. I hope the [they?] are all married and a long letter to send me about their family
I remain Dear Cousin
Yours for Ever
Elizabeth Hagan
Cardigan post-office
tell my brother John to write me himself and let me know about all my aunts
uncles & Inquirers & friends
Miss Mary C Hagen [Hagan?]
Irish St. Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.

     Ellen died in 1927?. She may be the Ellen Elizabeth Swain who died in the Whanganui district, Wellington.

Child of Ellen Hagan and Henry Swain

Ellen Hagan

( - 1879)
     Ellen died Ellen Hagan, aged 78; there is a church burial for Ellen Hagan aged 80 of Aneterbeg, Coagh, farmer's widow on 15 March 1879. in 1879 in Dungannon, Tyrone.

Felix Hagan

(circa 1819 - before 29 May 1906)
     Felix Hagan was born circa 1819 in Tyrone, Ireland. He was the son of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown.
     Felix Hagan appeared on the 1901 census in Derrytresk, Mountjoy, Tyrone. Hagan, Felix, 82, head, farmer, widower, Roman Catholic with his neice Bridget ONeill, 30, housekeeper, not married, Catholic, both born in Tyrone.
     Felix died before 29 May 1906 in Tyrone.
     His will was proved on 29 May 1906 at Tyrone. I Felix Hagan of the townland of Derrytresk being of sound mind memory and understanding do make this my last will and testament revoking all former wills made by me I direct that after my death the executors herinafter mentioned shall pay the following debts namely I give John A Quinn solicitor, Dungannor, a sum of ten pounds of a promissory note interest paid on it up Nov last 1905 and dated 1 Nov 1902 And a sum of thirty pounds which I got from him datged 25 March 1903 and on said date I have John Quinn as security for the £30 the old deed which I had in the house from him on the 26 Oct 1902 making a sum of forty pounds to be paid to John A Quinn with interest on the last loan of £30 And to James Corr of Coalisland two pounds seven and to Catheerine Murphy of Coalisland 6/8 and to Doctor Scott one pound and to Mrs Quinn in or about twenty pounds And Teresea McGrath of Lower Corr owes me one pound fifteen shillings and four pence.
And I now leave and bequeath and direct that all my farm of land in the townland of Derrytresk shall go to my nephew Patrick O'Neill who now lives with me a;nd all the chattels stock crop household furniture and everything thereon shall go with the farm of land to my said nephew Patrick O'Neill and to John Farmer I owe eighteen shillings also and to Peter McGrath I owe him twenty pounds. And I direct that my executors shall give or distribute to the poor of this district a sum of ten pounds and especially io any one in a weighty distress. And I direct they pay also a sum of three pounds for masses to be divided between the parish priest and his curate or curates, the masses to be said for my father John Hagan and my mother Ellen Hagan and for Sarah McNeese, Denis Campbell, Margaret Hagan and myself Felix Hagan and now I have mehtioned all my debts and debtors names and the amount due each of them separately... 5 Feb 1906 I appoint John Farmer and Michael O'Neill of Derrytresk these my two executors....

Felix Hagan

( - 5 May 1877)
     Felix Hagan paid tax under the Griffith Valuation as occupier of land owned by Robert W Lowry in 1859 in Munderrydoe, Pomeroy, Tyrone.
     Felix died on 5 May 1877 in Dungannon, Tyrone.
     His will was proved after 5 May 1877 at Armagh. Felix Hagan of Durncescallow, Tyrone, to my son Patrick, house, farm etc. Estate valued at £250.

Child of Felix Hagan

Felix Hagan

(circa 1800 - 4 January 1875)
     Felix Hagan was born circa 1800.
     Felix died on 4 January 1875 in Cavan-Moutray, Aghaloo, Tyrone.

Felix Hagan

(30 March 1878 - 6 April 1893)
     Felix Hagan was born on 30 March 1878 He was baptised on 13 April 1878, Felix, son of Francis O'Hagan, farmer and Catherine McKenna in Cavan-Moutray, Aghaloo, Tyrone. He was the son of Francis Hagan and Catherine McKenna.
     Felix died of spinal disease on 6 April 1893 in Aghaloo, Tyrone, aged 15.

Felix Hagan

(26 June 1816 - )
     Felix Hagan was christened on 26 June 1816 in Derrynahaskela, Clonoe, Tyrone. Felix Hagan, son of John Hagan & Eleanor Camble, sponsors Charels & Elen Hagan.. He was the son of John Hagan and Eleanor Gamble.

Francis Hagan

     Francis Hagan married Catherine McKenna on 9 January 1876 in Errigal Truagh, Monaghan. He was of Cavan (Moutray) and she was of Killyslaving.

Child of Francis Hagan and Catherine McKenna

Henry Hagan

(circa 1807 - 18 July 1887)
     Henry Hagan was born circa 1807.
     Henry died on 18 July 1887 in Drumaney, Coagh, Tyrone. Henry Hagan aged 80 of Drumaney, Coagh, Tyrone, bachelor, farmer, of old age & debility. The informant was his niece Eliza Devli of the same place..

James Hagan

     James Hagan was the son of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown.

John Hagan

(15 June 1837 - )
     John Hagan was christened on 15 June 1837 in Inish in Sultan townland, Termonmaguirk, Tyrone, Ireland. Johannes ex Charles Hagan et Helena Meenagh. Sp. Michael McGuirke, Maria McGuirk. Inish. On the same day an Elizabeth Hagan daughter of Francis Hagan & Margaret Reily was baptised, they lived at Inishative.. He was the son of Charles Hagan and Ellen Meenagh.
     He may be the John O'Hagan, farmer of Craignadoviskie, over 21, son of Charles O'Hagan, who married Ellen McBride, of Sluggan, over 21, house servant, daughter of John McBride, farmer, on 03 Oct 1867 in Temonmaguirrk, RC church, Omagh , co. Tyrone. John Hagan was mentioned in a letter between Elizabeth Hagan and Mary Hagan; Mary Colbert nee Hagan, is probably the sister of Elizabeth Hagan, of Windermere, who wrote to her cousin Mary Hagan, Dungannon mentioning Mr Colbert:
Windermere, 12th Feby 1877
Dear Cousin
I received your letter in due time and I hope you will excuse me for being so long in answering [it?] And I am happy to say this & leaves me enjoying good [health?] trusting when this reaches you I will find you enjoying the same great Blessing my [sister?] Helen sent a letter to directed to Uncle, and five pounds in it to Mother, and mother never got the five pounds nor any word from us until we was three years from home, and he had signed my mothers name and got the money.
You need not be hard on us for not writing oftener as we cannot do it our Selves, and Sometimes we cannot get it down So you must just Excuse us, but we think it was BrotherJohns fault and not Uncle. I believe my Brother has been very foolish and Bad tempered since my mother died Helen sent home a letter and he would not let Annie see it, which him and his Wife behaved very unkindly to her. I blame all Annies down fall all on them. She was entitled to some of her fathers effects, if none of the rest of us got anything. Dear Cousin please let me know if you got any act [account?] of her whether dead or alive. I must think she is dead. I would have wrote you sooner only I was frightened we would have got a bad act [account?] of her.
I have been unwell for some time Back. I am troubled with the liver Complaint.
My Sister Mary & Husband and family is all well. She has 1 son & 2 Daughteours [Daughters?], and [send?] their Kind love to you all. We live about three miles apart. My Sister Helen is in New Zealand and has been their [there?] this six years, and got married their [there?], to a man named Henry Swayne, and the [they?] have one child But, she has had bad luck her husband got a hurt Some time ago, in the head and about six months ago he went wrong in the head, and has been in the Asylum ever Since and the last letter I got from her he was no Better; he was a native of Ireland and a respectable man. I have sent her Five pounds to her, and Mr Colbert sent her five pounds also, to help her along as she is left in a very lonly [lonely?] place, and we expect Brother John, for to send her some money as maney [many?] pound she sent home when she could spare it.
I hope the McBrides has not got the key to carry all belonging to my late Father & Mother
I send my kind respects to my uncle & Aunt & family and let me know how he is geting [getting?] his health; and send me his age I was sorrow [sorry?] to hear of my Cousin Henrys Death, but it is the Lords will and the road we [must?] all go. Dear Mary, Please send me your age. I hope when you receive this you are all enjoying good health. I send my kind love to Cousin Annie
I hope you and her will enjoy many happy days as I may say she is all your guide. We wondered to hear that you was not married by this time. I send my best regards to Charles and his little Girl.
I am going to send you next time a likeness of my Girl & Marys to raise your family, so you see whether Charles daughteour [daughters?] or mines is the Bigest. I send my best respects to Cousin James & Daniel also. I hope the [they?] are all married and a long letter to send me about their family
I remain Dear Cousin
Yours for Ever
Elizabeth Hagan
Cardigan post-office
tell my brother John to write me himself and let me know about all my aunts
uncles & Inquirers & friends
Miss Mary C Hagen [Hagan?]
Irish St. Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.

John Hagan

( - 9 September 1879)
     John Hagan was the son of Patriarch Hagan.
     John Hagan married Ellen Unknown before 1836.
     John Hagan made a will dated 24 June 1876. In the name of God amen I John Hagan of Dungannon in the county of Tyrone merchant and farmer being in my usual good health but knowing the uncertainty of this mortal life do hereby make and ordain this my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills and codicils herefore at anytime made by me.
First to my son Charles Hagan who is the lawful heir to the premises whereon I now reside I leave 5/- as he is well provided for at my death.
To my son James Hagan I bequeath the two new houses in Irish Street in the town of Dungannon now in the state of erection together with all the lands I possess and the crop or cdrops growing or grown thereon and all my money in book book accounts outstanding debts horses carts all the farming implements household furniture and other my assets of what nature or kind so ever of which I may died possessed subject to the payment of £150 to my daughter Mary Hagan and another sum of £150 to my daughter Anne Hagan. In case either should died unmarried their bequest shall revert to my said son James Hagan And it is my will that my beloved wife Ellen Hagan shall be properly and supported and attended and reside with my said son James during her life in that she survives me and I allow my said son James to be my Residuary Legatee and I nominate constitute and appoint Michale Sheils of Allmore and James Kelly of Dungannon in the county of Tyrone, gentlemen and my said son James Hagan my lawful executors and declare this to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I the said John Hagan the testator have hereunto set my hand and arrixed my seal this 24 June 1876.

     John died on 9 September 1879 in Dungannon, Tyrone, Ireland.
     His will was proved on 15 November 1879 at Armagh. Effects under £1,500.

Child of John Hagan

Children of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown

John Hagan

     John Hagan married Ellen Unknown before 1819.

Child of John Hagan and Ellen Unknown

John Hagan

(26 May 1838 - )
     John Hagan was christened on 26 May 1838 in Termonmaguirk, Tyrone. He was the son of Charles Hagan and Catherine McGrath.

John Hagan

(circa 1828 - 2 September 1886)
     John Hagan was born circa 1828.
     John died on 2 September 1886 in Dungannon, Tyrone.
     His will was proved on 8 February 1889 at Armagh. John Hagan of Cappagh, Donaghmore, mentions his wife Ann and daughter Kate.

John Hagan

(circa 1827 - 1890)
     John Hagan was born circa 1827.
     John died in 1890 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

(circa 1833 - 1890)
     John Hagan was born circa 1833.
     John died in 1890 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

(circa 1818 - 1889)
     John Hagan was born circa 1818.
     John died in 1889 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

(circa 1834 - 1888)
     John Hagan was born circa 1834.
     John died in 1888 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

(circa 1839 - 1874)
     John Hagan was born circa 1839.
     John died in 1874 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

(circa 1875 - 1875)
     John Hagan was born circa 1875.
     John died in 1875 in Dunganon RD, Tyrone.

John Hagan

     John Hagan married Eleanor Gamble.

Child of John Hagan and Eleanor Gamble