Matthew Fleming Handy

(1806 - 12 November 1884)
     Matthew Fleming Handy was also known as Fleming in records. He was born in 1806 in Kilkenny, Ireland. He was the son of John Handy and Emily Alexander. Matthew Fleming Handy was christened on 1 November 1820 in Church of Irealnd, Tullamore, Offaly.
     Matthew was educated from between 1822 and 1823 at Dublin.
     Matthew Fleming Handy married Isabella Sarah Gamble, daughter of Rev Henry Gamble and Elizabeth de Vere Law, on 18 September 1845 in Acton, Ballymore, Armagh, Ireland. The Armagh Guardian , 30 Sep 1845 reported: On the 18th inst., at Acton church, by the father of the bride, M Fleming Handy Esq., of New Haggard Cottage in the county of Meath, to Isabella Sarah, daughter of Rev H Gamble of Drumnargoole-house, county Armagh.      
Matthew Fleming Handy and Fleming Handy was taxed in the Primary Valuation of Ireland circa 1849 in Duninga, Grangesilvia, Kilkenny. Fleming Handy, townland of Duninga, Grangesilvia, Kilkenny leasing from John Handy. This may have been his nephew.
     In 1851 a case was reported in the Irish jurist, in the Court of the Exchequer 8 May 1851, Harries v. Handy and others re shares in a ship with Samuel Handy & Mathew Fleming Handy.
     In 1876 he was listed among those owning more than 1 acre of land at Burragchore, Goresbridge having 20 acres 2 roods, 5 perches valued at £148/10/-.
     Matthew Fleming Handy lived at 7 Tivoli Place, Corrig Rd, Kingstown, Dublin, circa 1880. Fleming Handy, esq.
     Matthew died on 12 November 1884 in Rathdown RD, Dublin & Wicklow. Matthew Fleming Handy, late of Barraghcore House, co. Kilkenny, died 12 November 1884 aged 78. He was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock, Dublin. M Fleming Handy, late of Barraghcore, co. Kilkenny, died 12 November 1884 aged 78 years, his wife Isabella Sarah, born 12 Febraury 1825, died 31 December 1897. Emily A Handy, daughter of the above, died 17 January 1929.

Children of Matthew Fleming Handy and Isabella Sarah Gamble

Rev Maurice Arthur Handy

(15 July 1904 - 9 April 1998)
     Rev Maurice Arthur Handy was born on 15 July 1904 in the Rectory, Skyrne, Tara, Meath, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Leslie Alexander Handy and Frances Elizabeth Scott. Rev Maurice Arthur Handy graduated in 1925 from Trinity College, Dublin. His earlier education was at St Columba's College and he gained a MA in 1934. Maurice was a Church of Ireland clergyman from 1927. He was deacon in 1927, priest in 1928 (Dublin), curate St Stephen's 1927-1936; Head of the TCD Mission in Belfast 1936-9, curate Donnybrook 1939-1941, curate in charge Whitechurch 1941-54, incumbent Whitechurch 1954-65, Rural Dean Taney 1952-65, Cann Christ Chruch Cathedral 1963-1972l warden The Chruch's Ministry of Healing in Ireland 1865-72; incumbent Hacketstown U. (Leighlin) 1972-6.
     Rev Maurice Arthur Handy married Daphne Murial Guy on 3 July 1940 in Mountmellick, Ardea/Rosenallis, Laois.
     Rev Maurice Arthur Handy lived at 55 Marley Avenue, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 1985.
     Maurice died on 9 April 1998 aged 93.

Child of Rev Maurice Arthur Handy and Daphne Murial Guy

Michael Handy

(31 August 1875 - )
     Michael Handy was commonly known as Mike. He was born on 31 August 1875 in Raheen, Clara, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of William Handy and Margaret Kenny. Joseph, Agnes, Julia, Margaret, Catherine, Elizabeth, William, Mary, Michael, Edward and Bridget were listed as William Handy's children in the 1901 census in Raheen, Clara, Offaly.
     Michael Handy married Kate Unknown circa 1907.
     Michael Handy and Kate Unknown appeared on the 1911 census in 44 Stonehaven St, off Rochdale Rd?, Manchester, St George RD, Lancashire. Michael Handy, head, 35 married, wood docking case maker, born Clara, Kings co., Ireland; his wife Kate aged 32, married 4 years, born Sutton, co Carlow? Ireland; daughter Annie, 3, born Manchester son William L, 1 month born Manchester; sister Katie Handy, 25, single, house maid domestic, born Clara; with 3 firends, Patrick Stones, 38 labourer, born Moate, Westmeath Ireland; James King, 36, railway employee, porter, born Roscrea, Queens co., Annie Welsh, 23, cook domestic, born Ballinasloe,co. Galway, Ireland.
     Michael died in Manchester, Lancashire, England.

Michael Handy

( - circa 1839)
     Michael died Administration for Michael Handy of Silvermines was granted in Killaloe & Kilfenora diocese. NA Reference IAR/1839/F/176. Doc. ID: 29590.
A John Handy, of Clonmel Tipperary had a will proved in 1752 circa 1839 in Silvermines / Bellagowan, Tipperary, Ireland.

Michael A Handy

(March 1939 - )
     Michael A Handy's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1939 in Tullamore RD, Offaly & Westmeath, Ireland. He was the son of Joseph Handy and Bridget Bracken.

Minnie? Handy

(after 1868 - )
     She is not mentioned in Laurel's e-mails. Minnie? Handy was born after 1868. She was the daughter of Samuel Wesley Handy and Amelie Vautrin.

Nell Handy (Poor)

     Nell Handy (Poor) was the daughter of William Dawson Handy.

Nesta Ruth Eileen Handy

(1893 - )
     Nesta Ruth Eileen Handy was commonly known as Ruth. She was born in 1893 in Tranmere SD, Wirral RD, Cheshire. She was the daughter of John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie.
     Nesta Ruth Eileen Handy married Creswick A Thomas on 3 May 1928 in the Register Officer, Liverpool, Lancashire. She had no issue and her estate went to the great nephew of her husband.

Nicholas Handy (tradesman)

(circa 1820? - )
     Nicholas Handy (tradesman) was born circa 1820? In Ireland. He may be the Nicholas Handy aged 47, born Ireland, clerk in spice mill, with his wife Margaret & 4 children living in St Louis, Missouri in 1870; and aged 26 in the 1850 census there. He was the son of Stray Handy.

Child of Nicholas Handy (tradesman)

Nicholas Middleton Handy

(before February 1836 - 20 February 1886)
     Nicholas Middleton Handy was born before February 1836. The Ballintober connection suggests that he is of the Orme family. He was the son of Samuel Wesley Handy and Mary Farrington Middleton.      
Nicholas Middleton Handy paid the Griffith Valuation between 1856 and 1857 in Ballintober, Kilfian, Tyrawley barony, Mayo. He owned 415 acres in Ballintober valued at £157 net annual value. His house was worth £8.00 p.a. He also had property in fee at Knocknagon in the same parish.
This may refer to a different Nicholas, as he would have only been 14-20.
     Nicholas Handy was a tenant of the townlands of Garraghcloon (Garvacloon) and Drumfadda, owned by his father Samuel Wesley Handy who occupied Ballintobber, Curranmore & Curran (Caraun or Knocnagan).
     The Irish Times on 12 April 1859 reported from the Landed Estates Court, co. Mayo: In the matter of the estate of Samuel Wesley Handy, owner and petitioner. Part of the lands of Ballintubber, together with the mill of Ballitubber and the subdenominations of Garraghcloon, Curranmore, Curran & Drumfadda, barony of Tyrawley, and county of Mayo, 496 acres, held ih fee, yearly rent 80 pounds. Bought by Mr Nicholas Handy, for 6,000 pounds.
     Nicholas Middleton Handy lived at 'Glencarn', Ardcarn, Boyle, Roscommon, 1861.
     Nicholas Middleton Handy married Frances Mary Greer on 28 February 1861 in St Mary's Church of Ireland, Dunsfort, Down, Ireland. Nicholas Middleton Handy, of full age, bachelor of Glencarn, co. Roscommon, son of Samuel Wesley Handy, Gent. to Frances Mary Greer, of full age, spinster of Corbally, daughter of James Greer, gent. by licence. Both signed in the presence of Samuel W Handy & James Silcock, clk? .
     In 1876 Nicholas M Handy of Killala owned 330 acres 3 roods of land in county Tipperary.
     Administration of the estate of Samuel Wesley Handy was granted to Nicholas Middleton Handy, on 9 July 1878 in Dublin, Ireland, Samuel Wesley Handy jr, late of Killala, co. Mayo, surgeon in the 61st Regt of Foot, a bachelor, deceased, who died 27 July 1877 at same whose letters of administration were granted at the Principal Registry to Nicholas Middleton Handy of Ballintobber co. Mayo, the nominee of the father of said deceased, on 9 July 1878.
     Nicholas Middleton Handy lived at 27 Corrig Ave, Kingstown, Dublin, circa 1880. Nicholas Handy, esq.
     Names of 60 of the largest cess payers, in order of rating, whose names do not appear on the Grand Jury Panel: County Mayo: Nicholas Handy, Ballintubber, occupier of 129 [accres?] resident, Samuel Handy, Doonarrow,Upper, 83 [acres?] non resident.
     Nicholas Middleton Handy was mentioned on 30 November 1883. An unknown person was a creditor of the estate of Samuel Wesley Handy, 18 February 1885. Letters of administration of the estate of Samuel Wesley Handy, late of Ballintubber House, Killala, co. Mayo, esq, who died 8 January 1883 at same were granted at the Prinicipal Registry to Nicholas Middleton Handy of same place, esq. the father. Effects £25.
     Nicholas died on 20 February 1886 in Crossmolina, Roscrea RD, Offaly & Tipperary, Ireland. F Crossmolina, co. Mayo, widower, gentleman. He was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock, Dublin. Their memorial inscription reads: The above Nicholas Handy, Esq. of Balllintuber, co. Mayo, died 20 February 1885.
     His will was proved on 19 April 1886 at Dublin. Will of Nicholas Middleton Handy, late of Ballintubber House, Crossmolina, Mayo, Esq. who died 20 February 1886 at Roscrea, co. Tipperary, proved at Principal Registry by Orme Wm Handy, of Park House, Kinnegad, Meath, esq & Rev Leslie Alexander Handy of 1 Fitzwilliam St, Dublin, clerk, the executors. Effects £347/7/-.

Children of Nicholas Middleton Handy and Frances Mary Greer

Nicholas Middleton Handy

(23 April 1865 - 26 June 1884)
     Nicholas Middleton Handy was born on 23 April 1865 in 'Ballintubber House', Killala, Mayo, Ireland. Nicholas, son of Nicholas M Handy, Ballintobber & Frances mary Handy formerly Greer, gentleman, informanat: Nicholas M Handy, father, Ballintobber House. He was the son of Nicholas Middleton Handy and Frances Mary Greer.
     Nicholas died on 26 June 1884 in Kingstown, Dublin, Ireland, aged 19. Nicholas Middleton Handy, died 26 June 1884, aged 19. He was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock, Dublin. ...Nicholas Middleton [Handy], died 26 June 1884 aged 18 years, the three sons of Nicholas M & Frances Mary Handy, of Ballintubber House, co. Mayo.

Norah Eveline Handy

(before April 1878 - 1920?)
     Norah Eveline Handy was born before April 1878 in Gt Crosby, Lancashire. She was the daughter of John Alexander Handy and Emma Mary Carnie. Norah, John, Edgar and Fanny were listed as the children of John Alexander Handy in the 1881 census in 11 Abbotsford Rd, Great Crosby, Lancashire.
     Norah died in 1920?.

Orme William Handy

(10 December 1839 - 24 August 1890)
     Orme William Handy was christened on 10 December 1839 in Church of Ireland, Geashill, Offaly. He was born about 1840 if 50 as stated at death in 1890; aged 8 in lease dated 29 March 1849, drawn up on 1 Nov 1848. He was the son of Alexander Kingston Handy and Mary Richardson. Orme William Handy was the informant at the death of Mary Richardson, on 27 October 1869.
     On 19 September 1879, landed proprietor, was appointed magistrate in the county of Meath.
     Orme William Handy married Kathleen Davenport Purdon on 7 September 1880 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. He was of Park House, JP. The IGI lists the children of Orme & Catherine Purdon, but they are patron entries and vague - 1830s, Parke, Meath.
     In Alexander Kingston Handy's will dated 7 June 1883 in 'Newtown House", Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Orme William Handy was named as heir; The will of Alexander Kingston Handy of Newtown House, Kings co., mentions his sister in law Mary Elizabeth Tarleton, his grandson Alexander Kingston Handy, his cousin Miss Mary Handy of Ontario Tce, Dublin, his sister Mrs Catherine Peyton of Corrigard, co. Roscommon, his sister Mrs Marie Kingston Handy and his cousin Samuel Wesley Handy his cousin Mrs Emily Handy, his wife, his son Orme William Handy and his daughter in law Mrs Gertrude Handy... He desired to be buried with his first wife in Castlejordan churchyard, co. Meath.
     Orme William Handy lived at 'Parke House', Phillipstown or Daingean, Killaderry, Offaly, Ireland, June 1883. He was an executor of Alexander Kingston Handy's estate on 19 December 1883 in Mullingar.
     Orme was registered as O W Handy of Park, was a rated occupier of 141 acres in the townland of Kilwarden at Ballivor, Meath, on the 1885 electoral roll. He was an executor of Nicholas Middleton Handy's estate on 19 April 1886 in Dublin, Ireland.
     Orme William Handy lived at 'Parke', Phillipstown or Daingean, Killaderry, Offaly, 1890.
     Orme died on 24 August 1890 in 'Park House', Kinnegad, Killucan, Meath, Ireland, aged 50. JP of Park House, Kinnegad, co. Meath. He left with other issue, an only son: Alexander Kingston Handy. He was buried at Castlejordan cemetery and his gravestone states:      
HANDY Who can hinder him. In loving memory of Orme William Handy. J.P., Park House, died August 24th 1890 aged 50 years. [There are three smaller stones with the following names Jane Florence Handy, Ralph Richardson Handy and Mary Handy (88/2/Behind Church].
     His will was proved on 15 January 1891 at Dublin. Will of Orme William Handy, late of Parke House, Kinnegad, co. Meath, esq. JP, who died 24 August 1890 at same place was proved at the principal registry by Katherine Davenport Handy of Park House, widow, one of the executors. Effects under £12,266/8/6. Personal estate in England £1889.

Children of Orme William Handy and Kathleen Davenport Purdon

Patrick Handy

(8 March 1864 - )
     Patrick Handy was born on 8 March 1864 in Puttaghan, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. A Patrick Handy aged 75 died in Tullamore RD Ref 3/652. On 10 Oct 1906 admon of the estate of Patrick Handy formerly of Tullamore, late of the asylum Maryborough, Queens, who died as it is believed in or since 1894, probate was granted at Dublin to Joseph P McDermott, solicitor Effects: 428/5/11. He was the son of John Handy and Bridget Donohoe.
     Patrick Handy appeared on the 1891 census in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. Patrick Handy 28, mason's labourer, born Ireland, his wife Mary Handy 28, born Edinburgh, children Bernard Handy 6, Thomas Handy 4, William Handy 2, Patrick Handy 3 months, all born in Dundee; Maggie Handy 23, boarder, born Dundee, Thomas Handy 4 months son, born Dundee.
     Patrick Handy appeared on the 1901 census in 6 Bridgton, Kinghorn Landward, Fife, Scotland. He may be: Patrick Handy 38, mason's labourer, born Ireland ; wife Mary Handy 38, born Edinburgh, children Bernard Handy 16, Thomas Handy 14, William Handy 12 , Patrick Handy 10, all born Dundee, Unity Handy 7, born Kircaldy, Fife, Joseph Handy 3, born Glasgow.

Patrick Handy

(circa 1800 - )
     Patrick Handy was born circa 1800 in Westmeath?, Ireland. He was the son of Stray Handy.
     Patrick Handy married Catharine Killeen before 1834.
     He may the 71 year old Patrick with his son John and daughter in law Margaret and their children: Patrick Handy 71,his son John Handy 4, Margaret Handy 35, duaghter in law, all born Ireland, Ann Handy 15, daughter in law's daughter, born Helensburgh, Patrick Handy 13, daughter in law's son, born Helensburgh, daughter in law's daughters Isabella Handy 11, born Helensburgh, Mary Handy 8, born Tarbet, Argyll, Margaret Handy 5, born Campbellton, Argyll, Catherine Handy 3, born Helensburgh.

Child of Patrick Handy and Catharine Killeen

Patrick Handy

(before February 1789 - 15 February 1864)
     Patrick Handy was born before February 1789. He was the son of John Handy.
     He erected a memorial to his father who died in 1827. Liam claims him as grand uncle.
     Patrick died on 15 February 1864 in Killina, Rahan, Offaly, Ireland.

Children of Patrick Handy

Patrick Handy

(circa 1830 - 18 February 1890)
     Patrick Handy was born circa 1830. He was the son of Patrick Handy. Patrick Handy was the informant at the death of Patrick Handy, on 15 February 1864.
     Patrick Handy married Catherine Molloy on 1 May 1864 in Rahan, Offaly. In Rahan looks back by Sister Olver Wrafter, there is a photograph of Patrick Hande & Catherine Molloy, of Morrough in 1864. Their daughter Brigid married Frank Mollin, of Lynally, c. 1885.. Patrick Handy was listed in a directory dated 1890 as Patrick Handy, Killina, £26 at Killina, Rahan, Offaly.
     Patrick died on 18 February 1890 in Killina, Rahan, Offaly, Ireland. The death of a Patrick Hand aged 60 was registered in the first quarter of 1890 at Tullamore..
     The administration of his estate was granted to Catherine Molloy on 16 August 1913 at Dublin, Ireland. Administration of the estate of Patrick Handy, late of Killina, Rahan, Tullamore, Kings county, farmer who died 18 Feb 1890 were granted at Dublin to Catherine Handy, the widow. Goods under £623/10/6.

Children of Patrick Handy and Catherine Molloy

Patrick Handy

(28 December 1827 - )
     Patrick Handy was born on 28 December 1827 in Tullamore, Offaly. He was the son of Martin Handy and Ellen Spolland.
     Patrick Handy married Ann Downes on 31 July 1867 in the CR chapel, Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland.
     He may be the Patrick Handy formerly of Tullamore, late of the Asylum, Maryborough, Queens County, gent who died about 1894, admon being granted to Joseph McDermott, solicitor. Goods being valued at £428/5/11.

Children of Patrick Handy and Ann Downes

Patrick Handy

(12 February 1872 - )
     Patrick Handy was born on 12 February 1872 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of James Handy and Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning).
     Patrick Handy appeared on the 1891 census in St Clement's parish, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. He may be the 18 year old Patrick listed in the 1891 census..

Patrick Handy

(28 December 1890 - 1963)
     Patrick Handy was born on 28 December 1890 in Dundee, Angus. He was the son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins. Bernard, William, Patrick and Thomas were listed as the children of Patrick Francis Handy in the 1891 census in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, St Peter's parish, Angus, Scotland. Bernard, Thomas, William, Patrick, Unity and Joseph were listed as Patrick Francis Handy's children in the 1901 census in 6 Bridgeton, Kinghorn, Fife.
     Patrick Handy married Mary Kerr on 31 December 1909 in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.
     Patrick Handy served in the War between 1914 and 1918.
     Patrick died in 1963 in Kirkcaldy, Fife. Patrick Handy aged 72. Liam Handy stated that Patrick was killed fighting the Boers in South Africa with the Black Watch Regiment. But he seems too young and this death fits.

Child of Patrick Handy and Mary Kerr

Patrick Handy

(before 1830? - )
     Patrick Handy was born before 1830?.
     In the 1851 census, Patrick was listed as a head of the household in 8 William Street South, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

Patrick Handy

(before 1830? - )
     Patrick Handy was born before 1830?.
     In the 1851 census, Patrick was listed as a head of the household in 30 George's St South, Dublin.

Patrick Handy

(before 1690 - )
     Patrick Handy was born before 1690.

Child of Patrick Handy

Patrick Handy

(circa 1873 - )
     Patrick Handy was born circa 1873. He was the son of James Handy and Ann McCanse.
     Patrick Handy married an unknown person on 26 July 1897 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus. He married Jane Devine.

Patrick Handy

(circa 1785 - 15 July 1840)
     Patrick Handy was born circa 1785.
     Patrick died on 15 July 1840 in Tullamore or Durrow, Offaly. LORD HAVE MERCY ON THE SOUL OF PATERICK HANDY WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY 15TH 1840 AGED 55. ERECTED BY HIS AFFECTIONATE WIFE BRIDGET..

Patrick Handy

(15 March 1827 - )
     Patrick Handy was born on 15 March 1827 in Tullamore, Offaly. He was the son of John Handy and Anne Bracken.

Patrick Handy

(5 October 1874 - )
     Patrick Handy was christened on 5 October 1874 in Rahan, Offaly. He was the son of Patrick Handy and Catherine Molloy.

Patrick Handy

(12 December 1871 - )
     Patrick Handy was born on 12 December 1871 in Cartron West, Tullamore, Offaly. He was registered as Hand on 9 Jan 1872. He was the son of Martin Handy and Mary Harmey.

Patrick Handy

(before 1817 - )
     Patrick Handy was born before 1817.

Child of Patrick Handy

Patrick Francis Handy

(before April 1863 - 1927)
     Patrick Francis Handy was born before April 1863 in Clara, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Handy and Ann Daly. Patrick and Joseph were listed as the children of Thomas Handy in the 1871 census in 11 Milnes E Wynd, Liff & Benvie, Angus. Patrick and Margaret were listed as the children of Agnes MacDonald in the 1881 census in 80 Blackness Road, Liff & Benvie, Angus, Scotland.
     Patrick Francis Handy married Mary Collins on 10 November 1884 in St Andrew's RC chapel, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. They were both 21 and lived at 12 Blinshall Street, Dundee. His parents were deceased. Father Thomas Handy, flesher & mother Ann Dailly, both deceased..
     Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins appeared on the 1891 census in 3 Park Wynd, Dundee, St Peter's parish, Angus, Scotland. Margaret Handy and her son Thomas were living with Patrick Francis & his wife Mary Collins in the 1891 census index in St Peter's parish, Dundee: Patrick aged 28, mason's labourer, born Ireland (Ancestry) born Dundee (GROS), Mary 28, wife, born Edinburgh, Bernard aged 6, Patrick aged 3 months, born Dundee, Thomas aged 4 born Dundee, and William Handy aged 2 born Dundee; Maggie Handy 23, boarder, born Dundee, Thomas aged 4 months, born Dundee.
     Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins appeared on the 1901 census in 6 Bridgeton, Kinghorn, Fife. Patrick Handy 38, mason's labourer, born Ireland; his wife Mary 38 born Edinburgh; children Bernard 16, mill machine oiler, born Dundee, Thomas 14, Floorcloth tier boy, born Dundee, William 12 born Dundee, Patrick 10, born Dundee, Unity 7; born Kircaldy, Joseph aged 3 born Gasgow.
     Patrick Francis Handy appeared on the 1911 census in Kirkcaldy, Fife. Patrick 49, Bernard 26, Thomas 24, Helen 22, Jane M 3.
     Patrick died in 1927 in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.

Children of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins