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Datafile 2A - Earls Records
This datafile contains a number of records of individuals and families named Earls that may not have a connection with our family.
St. Anne's Church of Ireland, Ballyshannon:
In loving memory of Lizzie Allingham who fell asleep in Jesus, May 5th, 1887. Aged 23 years. Also her sister Mary Anne Earls, died April 24th, 1896, aged 28 years. Also their father Richard Allingham of Tullyhurk who died 2nd August 1900. Aged 84 years.
Larne and Inver Parish Church graveyard, Larne:
EARL. Sacred to the memory of Mary wife of James Earl who died 16th Dec. 1831 aged 58 years. Also the above James Earl who died 19th Jan. 1847 and their daughters Betsy who died 2nd June 1883. Mary who died 11 March 1886.
Strabane Roman Catholic Cemetery:
Mary Kate Earls of Mercy Convent.
Church in Agher, County Meath:
EARLS. Erected by Laurence Earls, Agher, in loving memory of his father James Earls, died Sep.21, 1894, aged 55 years. Also his mother Anne Earls died Aug.16, 1906, aged 69 years. His brother James died Aug.8, 1884, aged 22 years. His sister Lizzie died Jul.10, 1906, aged 35 years. And his sister Kate Gribbin died Dec.25, 1920. R.I.P. [Plain modern stone with peaked tops, cross in centre, of caps and shamrocks on each side. On south side of church in row 11.]
LEASES and REGISTRY OF DEEDS
- On Oct.6, 1730 Joseph Earl and Thomas Ball lease at least a portion of Aughaward, County Fermanagh from John Cole of Florencecourt [Registry of Deeds 190:14:124988].
- Joseph Earl sells his lease in Aughaward, County Fermanagh (see 1730) to James Earl for 26 pounds on April 6, 1757. Deed witnessed by Thomas Ball, senior, his son Thomas Ball, junior, John Whitley, weaver, (all of Aughaward) and by Thomas Flannagan of Enniskillen [Registry of Deeds 190:14:124988].
- Leases dated 1769 [PRONI D580/223], 1774 [PRONI D580/340] and 1779 [PRONI D580/410] refer to the lease of the townland of Slavin, County Fermanagh (manor of Ardgart) to several farmers including William Earls, the elder, and William Earls, the younger. The landowners are the Rt. Hon. Henry, Earl of Ely and the Rt. Hon. Nicholas Hume, Earl of Ely. A Francis Earls is also mentioned in the 1779 lease.
- In 1793 William Earls, senior, and William Earls, junior, are listed as paying 10 pounds and 10 shillings for the quarter years rent for Slavan (Manor of Ardgart), County Fermanagh from the Earl of Ely [PRONI D436, No. 54].
- Thomas Ball, by a deed on Oct. 1, 1800 and another deed, conveys at least 6 acres and 4.5 acres of his land at Aughaward (see 1730) to Alexander Earls of Aughaward, County Fermanagh.
- Alexander Earls conveys the 10.5 acres of Aughaward received in 1800 to Landwich Crawford, farmer, of Derryheham, County Fermanagh for 42 pounds. Deed witnessed by William Irvine of Enniskillen, gent., and William Crawford of Watinerry, farmer.
- In 1833 John Earls of Aughanlish, County Leitrim, farmer, sells about 15 acres of his land in the townland of Aughanlish, parish of Rossinver, County Leitrim to his son, Georges Earls. Sworn at Ballyshannon, County Donegal, Feb.13, 1833.
- Sep.24, 1851. and Oct.1, 1851: A list of civil bill officers includes John Earls, Larne.
- Sep.30, 1875: A meeting of the Larne Board of Guardians and the National Teachers, James Earls of Islandmagee is listed as one of the National School managers present.
- Oct.25, 1894: At a social tea in the Methodist Church, Islandmagee, the Rev. Alex Egan of Larne gave a most thrilling account of the Stundist movement in Russia; and Mr. James Earls dwelt on the progress of the church there during the last twenty-five years.
- June 6, 1895: At an Islandmagee Methodist Church meeting Mr. James Earls proposed a vote of thanks.
- Mar.24, 1897: James Earls proposed a motion at the quarterly meeting of the Methodist Church at Carrickfergus.
- Mar.7, 1899: James Earls seconds a nomination of the County Council member from Islandmagee.
- Oct.9, 1866: "Rescue from drowning - While some of the passengers were getting out of the "Devenish", at the Rossclare Regatta, to go into a small boat alongside, a young woman fell into the water and dragged a man along with her. While both were struggling a young man named Thomas Earls bravely jumped into the water and prevented the girl from drowning. The man was also saved. Great cheers greeted Earls on his appearance on the deck of the steamer. - Derry Journal."
- Feb.22, 1867: The 20th Annual Enniskillen Estate Farming Society ploughing match was held at Aughaward in the fields of Thomas Earls.
- Jun.12, 1893: At a political meeting in the North Fermanagh Electoral Division, Thomas Earls is listed among the supporters of a Liberal Unionist candidate.
- Sep.17, 1897: At the Annual Exhibition of the Larne Horticultural Society, Thomas Earls received awards for the best bunch of wild flowers and for the best eggs.
- Feb.3, 1874: Robert Earls is listed as present at a meeting in Clarence Place Hall (Belfast?) of electors favourable to the permissive bill.
- Jul.7, 1877: "The subscriber begs to inform the public that the partnership hitherto existing between Mr. Alex McCartney and himself, under the style and firm of "Earls and M'Cartney," at 29 Waring Street, Clothiers, etc. has been dissolved by mutual consent. The stock-in-trade, book debts, etc. having been taken over by him, he will settle all outstanding accounts and collect all debts due to the late firm. Robert Earls, Merchant Tailor, Clothier, etc. 29 Waring Street.
Referring to the above notice, I have pleasure in informing my friends and the public generally that the business will be carried on by me as usual at the old premises, 29 Waring Street, and I trust, by unremitting attention, as heretofore, to the wants of my customers, to merit a continuance of their patronage.
A well-selected stock of the newest designs and patterns always on hand. Only the best workmen employed, under my immediate supervision. Robert Earls, Merchant Tailor, Clothier, etc. 29 Waring Street."
- May 18, 1881, May 17, 18, 19, 1882, Oct.30 and Nov.3, 1884, Oct.20, 21, and 24, 1887, Aug.13, 15, 1892, : William Earls, Clones, advertizes for an assistant in his grocery business.
- Sep.20, 1897: William Earls was present at a meeting of the Clones Town Commissioners.
- Oct.18, 1897: William Earls is listed as one of the three retiring members of the Clones Town Commission. He stood for reelection and was not elected.
- Aug.6, 1892: Announcement of the results of exams at Belfast Model School: Science Classes: Mathematics- 2nd stage - First Class - 12 names including John Earls.
- Oct.18, 1894: The annual election of Town Commissioners in Clones lists William Earls as an outgoing commissioner. He offered himself for reelection and was reelected.
- In 1689 Francis Earls of Ballyshannon, gent is attainted by the Irish parliament of James II (his land confiscated). Later he is listed as one of the defenders during the seige of Londonderry. Presumably after the victory of William of Orange at the battle of the Boyne, Francis recovered his lands and position.
- The records for the Apr.9, 1847, Cootehill Quarter Sessions, County Cavan, record the following: "Anne Earls, rescue, 24 hours from committal."
- Belfast News-Letter, Sep.15, 1890: William Earls is a member of the jury at the inquest into a suicide.
- Belfast News-Letter, Dec.21, 1891: At Petty Sessions in Glenarm, Acting-Sergeant James Earls brought forward a case against a woman who was drunk and disorderly in public.
- Belfast News-Letter, Feb,15, 1892: "At Bray Petty Sessions last Saturday two lads names James Earls and Patrick Magrath were charged with attempting to wreck a train on the Bray section of the Dublin, Wicklow and Waterford Railway by placing stones on the rails. The accused were returned for trial."
- Belfast News-Letter, Mar.19, 1897: James and Isabella Earls are named in a lawsuit involving the recovery of goods and services.
- Belfast News-Letter, May 19, 1898: John Earls of Ballynahinch was a among a group of men was convicted of being involved with cockfighting and fined 40s.
- Belfast News-Letter, Jan.22, 1896: At the Belfast Police Court, Thomas Earls of 19 Whitla Street, Belfast, was among a group of people ordered to enforce attendance at school (of their children).
- Lieutenant Thomas Earls appears in militia lists dated Jan.24, 1813 for the Fermanagh Militia as does John Crozier on Aug.17, 1811.
- A Lance-corporal Earles of the Westmeath Militia is courtmartialled for being drunk when Corporal of the Guard on the night of Jan.26, 1815. Found guilty, he received 100 lashes.
- In 1826 a Corporal Earls owed 8s.5p. as his yearly rectoral tithe in Rossory Parish [Lockard].
HEARTH MONEY ROLLS
In 1788 William Earls, James Earls and Francis Earls are listed in the Hearth Money Rolls of County Fermanagh as freeholders in the townland of ``Slevin''. Also Thomas Earls, William Earls, John Earls, John Earls and Henry Earls listed as freeholders in the townland of Aughaward and Moses Earl in the townland of Carrenbegg.
TITHE APPLOTMENT RECORDS
- The 1832 tithe applotment for the townland of Aughaward in the Parish of Enniskillen dated Oct.29, 1832 lists James Earls with 8.5 acres, Thomas Earls (senior) with 2.25 acres, Thomas Earls (junior) with 4.75 acres and Thomas Earls with 1.75 acres. In the townland of Doon, James Earls is listed with 8.25 acres. These are the only Earls listings in the Parish of Enniskillen. Robert Kerr is listed with 10 acres in the townland of Lettin and there are listings for a number of other Kerrs. Balls and Caddens are listed in Aughaward and Drumgarrow. Wm. Crawford is listed with 17.75 acres in Watinery. Gortmessan is not listed as a separate townland. Tithes payable to the Hon. and Rev. John Charles Maude. [PRONI Box 147 Tithe Applotment].
- The 1834 tithe applotment for the Parish of Inishmacsaint in the diocese of Clogher lists the following Earls. In the townland of Slavin, Frank, Frederic and John Earles all have 10 acres and 3 roods. In the townland of Carrickolagh, George Earles holds 15 acres. [PRO Belfast, Box 147 Tithe Applotment].
ENNISKILLEN PARISH RECORDS
- In 1744 James Earles pays 1 pound, 3 shillings and 6 pence tithe in the Parish of Enniskillen and Derrybrusk [PRONI D627/15].
- In 1749/50 James Earles of Aughaward, County Fermanagh appears in Montgomery's Account Book [PRONI D627/14/5].
- In 1756 James Earl appears in a list of the seatholders in the vestry of the parish of Enniskillen [see Dundas ``History of Enniskillen''].
INISHMACSAINT PARISH RECORDS
In 1773 William Earls, senior, is appointed to be sidesman for the lower third in the Parish of Inishmacsaint according to the Vestry Book at Churchill, Fermanagh.
Records of baptisms in the Parish of Inishmacsaint, County Fermanagh yield the following information:
John and Jane Earls, Carrigola (parish clerk and farmer) had children:
Francis Earls, born July 9, 1837 Mary Earls, born July 9, 1837 James Earls, born Jan.30, 1840 Steenson Earls, born May 18, 1842 Thomas Earls, born Dec.2, 1844 Mary Jane Earls, born Jan.18, 1847 William Earls, born April 17, 1849 Joseph Robert Earls, born March 11, 1856 Anne Earls, born June 3, 1858
George and Jane Earls, Carrigola (weaver and farmer) had children:
Elizabeth Earls, born April 2, 1837 Mary Earls, born Aug.13, 1840 Anne Jane Earls, born April 25, 1843 Rebecca Earls, born March 16, 1846 Everena Earls, born May 27, 1848 Edward Earls (see below)
[An upright dark grey polished granite headstone northwest of the church in the Slavin churchyard is a memorial to ``Father: George Earls, Mother: Jane Earls, Brother: Edward Earls, Sister: Mary Earls, Sister: Everena Earls, Sister: Fannie Earls, Daughter: Eliza Ann Earls ''. This headstone may have been erected by another brother not listed above.]
Frederick and Jane Earls, Slavin (farmer) had children:
James Earls, born March 20, 1840 Francis Earls, born March 20, 1843 Jane Earls, born Feb.17, 1846 Frederick Earls, born Dec.18, 1847 Ellen Earls, born Jan.16, 1850
James and Elizabeth Earls, Slavin (farmer) had children:
Jane Earls, born June 14, 1842 Edward Earls, born April 6, 1844 James Earls, born Nov.6, 1846 Mary Jane Earls, born Sept.17, 1855
John and Sarah Earls, Ballyshannon (merchant) had children:
Eliza Jane Earls, born March 5, 1843
[A headstone lying on its back on the west side of the church in the Slavin churchyard reads: ``Sacred to the memory of John Earls who departed this life on June 7, 1844 aged 54 years. Also in memory of his wife Sarah Earls who departed this life on Dec.19, 1865 aged 48 years'']
James and Elizabeth Earls, Callagheen (farmer) had children:
James Earls, born Dec.31, 1849 Eliza Earls, born June 26, 1852
John and Eliza Earls, Gortnalee (farmer) had children:
William John Earls, born March 4, 1874
The Griffith Valuation or Survey [PRO Belfast, No.26] contains the following references relevant to the Earls family. This standard reference is dated 1850/56. Values are in pounds.shillings.pence or in shillings as indicated.
Name: Property (No.): Area: Land House (acres) value: value: Townland of Aughaward, County Fermanagh, from Earl of Enniskillen: Isabella Earles 12.81 9.10.0 30s. Thomas Earles (tailor) 3.53 2.15.0 John Earles 4.22 3.5.0 15s. Thomas Earles (Serjeant) 7.72 5.15.0 15s. Townland of Gortmessan, County Fermanagh, from Earl of Enniskillen: Henry Earles 15.87 13.10.0 10s. Townland of Drumgarrow, County Fermanagh, from Earl of Enniskillen: Thomas Earles 8.93 7.15.0 15s. Townland of Woaghternerry, County Fermanagh, from Earl of Enniskillen: Henry Earles 12.69 10.0.0 30s. Henry Earles 2.25 1.0.0 John Earles 14.47 11.0.0 20s. Town of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, from Earl of Enniskillen: Thomas Earles Offices and timber - - 8.0.0 yard on Water Street Townland of Doon, County Fermanagh, from James Johnston: James Earls 32.87 17.15.0 25s. James Earls Unoccupied House - - 10s. UNION OF IRVINESTOWN: Tirwinny, Parish of Drumkeeran, County Fermanagh, from Edward Armstrong: David Earls Hs. and sm.gar. 5s. UNION OF BALLYSHANNON: Slavin, Parish of Inishmacsaint, County Fermanagh, from Marquis of Ely: Jane Ferguson ) 2.18.0 5s. James Earls )A total of 234.9 acres 1.9.0 John O'Brien )of land with houses and 1.0.0 John Teevan )5.74 acres of water. 1.18.0 Thomas Teevan ) 0.10.0 Callagheen, Parish of Inishmacsaint, from Marquis of Ely: John Earls 25.25 14.15.0 25s. Ardgart, Parish of Inishmacsaint, from Marquis of Ely: James Earls 24.59 10.10.0 Carrickolagh, Parish of Inishmacsaint, from Marquis of Ely: George Earls 32.52 16.10.0 25s. George Earls 4.78 1.5.0 John Earls 41.50 17.10.0 20s. James Earls 35.00 21.0.0 80s. James Earls 2.75 2.0.0 Cloghore, Parish of Kilbarron, County Donegal: George Donaldson John Donaldson Main Street, Ballyshannon, County Donegal: Fanny Earls Sarah Earls Cooper's Lane, Larne, County Antrim, from Robert Smiley: Mary Earl 25s. Pound Road, Larne, County Antrim, from Earl of Antrim: Mary Arles 45s.
- The 1839 Enniskillen directory lists John Earls of 2 Holborn Street, Enniskillen as a grocer and leathercutter. It also lists James Earls, Main Street, Ballyshannon, County Donegal as a haberdasher and a linen and woollen draper. It also lists William Crozier, wine merchant in Darling Street, Enniskillen.
- The 1846 Slater's Directory lists John Earls, agent, tea, linen and woollen drapers, Main St. in Ballyshannon, County Donegal.
- The 1856 Slater's Directory lists Sarah Earls, linen and woollen drapers and haberdashers, Main St. in Ballyshannon, County Donegal.
- The 1857 Slater's Directory lists Samuel Donaldson, manure and seed dealer, Glenafton, in Ballybofey, County Donegal.
- The 1863-64 Ulster Directory lists Sarah Earls, wholesale and retail woollen and general fancy trade, Main St. in Ballyshannon, County Donegal.
- The 1900 Belfast and Ulster Directory includes the following residents of Belleek: Edward Earls (Slavin), James Earls (Slavin), John Earls (Gortnalee), Thomas Earls (Craigola), Alex. Donaldson (Erne View), Mrs. H. Donaldson (draper, Clyhore) and Robert Donaldson (merchant) in the Belleek listings.
- Corry school, Belleek, with dates of entry and home townland:
- 1954 Thos. J.R. Earls, Carrigola
- 1954 George W.M., Carrigola
- 1954 Joan Rebecca Earls, Carrigola
- 1954 Violet A.M. Earls, Carrigola
- 1954 Charlotte Earls, Carrigola
- 1967 Joyce Donaldson, Clyhore
- 1969 Elizabeth C. Allingham, Slattinagh
- 1976 Gordon Robert Earls, Carrigolagh
- 1978 Marcus G. Earls, Carrigolagh
- Drumbad School photograph, Belleek, 1937, includes Eddy, Olive, Jim and Mina Earls.
RECORDS OF CARNCASTLE MASONIC LODGE
The records of St. John's Masonic Lodge in Carncastle, founded in 1807, show that J. Earles served as pastmaster in 1943.
1821 CENSUS OF ATHENRY
The following Earls are listed in the 1821 Census of Athenry:
House 20 in Cross Street, Athenry, Co. Galway: Edmond Earls 24 Son-in-Law Shoemaker Eliza Earls 23 Edmond's wife Edward Earls - Edmond's son House 3 in Barrack Lane, Athenry, Co. Galway: Michael Earls 35 - Smith Elenor Earls 20 Wife John Earls 6 Son Mary Earls 4 Daughter Bridget Earls 3 Daughter Bridget Earls 60 Step Mother Winny Quin 55 Widow Farmer Tim Quin 27 Son Labourer House 30 in Lara Gate, Athenry, Co. Galway: James Earls 31 - Farmer & Labourer Mary Earls 32 Wife Flax & Wool Spinner Wm Earls Son
1851 CENSUS OF IRELAND
From the fragments of the 1851 census which survived the 1922 Dublin fire, the following information has been extracted. Locations are identified by county, barony, parish and townland or street. Included are all those present in the house on the night of the census; also listed preceded by A: are those who were absent and preceded by D: those who had died during the preceding ten years.
Name: Age: Position: Status, Trade: Birth Liter -place: -acy: Cooper's Lane, Larne: Mary Earls 35 Head Plain sewer, unmarried Larne RW Eliza Earls 30 Sister Plain sewer, unmarried Larne RW D:James Earls 75 Husband Sailor, died 1848 aged 75 Pound Street, Larne: John Earls 49 HD Civil Bill Officer, m.1826 Londonderry RW Mary Earls 44 WI Married 1826 Antrim RW Thomas Earls 15 SO Unmarried ropemaker Tyrone RW James Earls 13 SO Unmarried, at school Antrim RW William Earls 7 SO Unmarried at school Antrim RO John Earls 8 SO Unmarried at school Antrim A:Jane Earls 19 DA Servant in Larne A:Alexander Earls 17 SO Printer in Belfast A:Sarah Earls 10 DA School in Larne
1901 CENSUS OF IRELAND
The 1901 Census contains the following references to Earls families. Abbreviations: Pres = Presbyterian, Meth = Methodist, CofE = Church of Ireland, RoCa = Roman Catholic, RW = read and write, RO = read only, NR = neither read nor write, UM = unmarried, MA = married, WI = widower or widow, HD = husband or head, WI = wife, SO = son, DA = daughter, NE = nephew or neice, AU = aunt, UN = uncle, SI = sister, BR = brother, SL = son-in-law, DL = daughter-in-law, GS = grandson, GD = granddaughter, SE = servant, BO = boarder, Co.A = County Antrim, Co.F = County Fermanagh.
Townland of Gortmesson, parish of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh: On land held by Henry Earls: Mary Hall HD CofE RW 48 Farmer WI Co.F William Magill SE RoCa RW 21 Farm servant UM Leitrim John Spratt VI CofE RW 22 Farmer UM Co.F Village of Tempo, parish of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh: James Kerr HD CofE RW 36 Grocer UM Co.F Alice Kerr SI CofE RW 28 Grocer's asst. UM Co.F Townland of Shillanmore, parish of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh: Robert Kerr HD CofE RW 44 Farmer MA Co.F Sarah Kerr WI CofE RW 42 - MA Co.F Townland of Lettan, parish of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh: James Kerr HD CofE RW 38 Farmer MA Co.F Matilda Kerr WI CofE RW 37 - MA Co.F Henry Kerr SO CofE RW 10 Scholar UM Co.F (?) Kerr DA CofE RW 7 Scholar UM Co.F Alice Kerr DA CofE RW 6 Scholar UM Co.F Robert Kerr SO CofE NR 4 Scholar UM Co.F William Kerr SO CofE NR 3 Scholar UM Co.F Thomas Kerr SO CofE NR 1 - UM Co.F Alice Kerr MO CofE RW 70 - WI Co.F James West SE RoCa NR 20 Farm servant UM Co.F Townland of Feddans, parish of Derryvullen, County Fermanagh: Crozier W. Phair HD CofE RW 35 Farmer UM Co.F Henry Phair BR CofE RW 37 Farmer (dumb) UM Co.F Catherine Hurst SI CofE RW 30 Seamstress WI Co.F Crozier Hutchison NE CofE RW 15 Scholar UM Co.F Margaret Flanmely SE CofE RW 26 Dom.servant UM Co.F 7 Water Street, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh: George Crozier HD CofE RW 48 Carpenter MA Co.F Mary A. Crozier WI CofE RW 45 - MA Co.F Elizabeth McDonagh DA CofE RW 20 - MA Co.F Annie Crozier DA CofE RW 17 Nat. Sch. teacher UM Co.F Townland of Slavin, parish of Inishmacsaint, County Fermanagh: Edward Earls HD Meth RW 48 Farmer MA Co.F Lizzie Earls WI Meth RW 43 Farmer's wife MA Leitrim Ethel Earls DA Meth RW 8 Scholar UM Co.F Elmore Earls SO Meth RO 6 Scholar UM Co.F Mary Frebourne SE Meth RO 60 Dom. servant UM Donegal John Moohan SE RoCa RO 20 Farm servant UM Co.F House 1 in Carrigolagh (Churchill, Fermanagh): Jean Earls HD CofE RW 91 WI CoFer Edward Earls SO CofE RW 50 Farmer UM CoFer Rebecca Earls DA CofE RW 32 House Work UM CoFer Everina Earls DA CofE RW 28 House Work UM CoFer Thomas Earls SO CofE RW 30 Farmer MA CoFer Alecia Earls DL CofE RW 24 House Work MA CoDon Rebecca J Earls GD CofE NR 3 UM CoFer George W Earls GS CofE NR UM CoFer Patrick Dolan SE RoCa RW 22 Farm Servant UM CoFer House 3 in Slawin (Churchill, Fermanagh): Elizabeth Earls HD Meth RW 80 Farmers Wife WI CoFer James Earls SO Meth RW 38 Farmer UM CoFer Eliza Earls DA Meth RW 36 Farmers Daughter UM CoFer Mary Jane Earls DA Meth RW 34 Farmers Daughter UM CoFer Abert Ernest Earls GS Meth RW 10 Scholar UM CoFer Michal Mc Laughlin SE RoCa RW 26 Farm Servant UM CoFer House 1 in Drumgarrow (Enniskillen Rural, Fermanagh): John Cadden HD CofE RW 50 Farmer MA CoFer Teresa Cadden WI CofE RW 48 Housekeeper MA Dublin Rebeca Earls AU Meth RW 75 Housekeeper UM CoFer Eileen Jameson NE CofE RW 17 Shop Assistant UM Dublin House 11 in Gortnalee (Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh): John Earls HD CofE RW 50 Farmer MA CoFer Eliza Earls WI CofE RW 54 MA CoFer Wm John Earls SO CofE RW 24 Farmers Son UM CoFer Mary Campbell SE RoCa RW 17 General Servant UM CoFer House 10 in Belleek (Belleek Town, Fermanagh): Daisy Elliott DA CofE RW 16 Scholar UM CoFer Blanche Elliott DA CofE RW 9 Scholar UM CoFer David Elliott HD CofE RW 59 Draper and Grocer MA CoDon Sara Elliott WI CofE RW 47 Draper MA CoDon Elfrida Weide NE CofE RW 23 Drapery Assistant UM CoFer Maggie Matthewson AS Pres RW 24 Drapery Assistant UM CoTyr Lizzie Earls AS CofE RW 22 Drapery Assistant UM CoFer Minnie Ca?son AS CofE RW 20 Drapery Assistant UM CoFer Viggo Schwartz VI Luth 28 Expert Poultry and Eggs MA Denmark House 6.2 in Water Street (Enniskillen Urban, Fermanagh): Susan Honan HD RoCa NR 68 Lodging House Keeper WI CoFer Thomas Earls BO CofE RW 50 Cabinet Maker UM CoFer Mary Johnston BO CofE RW 84 WI CoFer House 9 in Clonedergole (Clones Rural, Monaghan): William Earls HD Meth RW 48 Merchant Boot and Grocery MA CoFer Rebecca E Earls WI Meth RW 44 MA CoArm Thomas J Earls SO Meth RW 16 Shopman Boots UM CoMon Walker R Earls SO Meth RW 12 Scholar UM CoMon Ruby Earls DA Meth RW 10 Scholar UM CoMon Gretta Earls DA Meth RW 10 Scholar UM CoMon Adda Earls DA Meth RW 8 Scholar UM CoMon Edith Mary Earls DA Meth NR 6 UM CoMon House 70 in Fermanagh Street (Clones Urban, Monaghan): Francis E Earls HD Meth RW 20 UM CoMon Annie J Earls SI Meth RW 18 UM CoMon James Hurst BO Meth RW 19 Shopman Book UM CoFer William Heslip BO Meth RW 18 Shopman Grocery UM CoCav House 12 in Lurgancot (Kilmore, Armagh): Robert Troughton HD Meth RW 60 Farmer MA CoArm Ann Jane Troughton WI Meth RW 52 MA CoArm Jones Troughton SO Meth RW 28 Farmer's Son UM CoArm Maggie Troughton DA Meth RW 25 Farmers Daughter UM CoArm Fanny Troughton DA Meth RW 22 Farmers Daughter UM CoArm Robert Troughton SO Meth RW 17 Farmers Son UM CoArm Ruby Troughton DA Meth RW 15 Scholar UM CoArm William Troughton SO Meth RW 12 Scholar UM CoArm Emma Earls NE Meth 14 Residents of a house 23 in Ballyleny (Richhill, Armagh): Sarah Dowds HD Meth RW 58 Grocer WI CoAnt Emily Walsh VI Meth RW 11 Scholar UM CoWex Residents of a house 43 in Castlerea Street (Ormeau, Down): Robert Davidson HD Pres RW 63 Time Keeper, Rope Works MA CoDow Sarah Davidson WI Pres RW 59 MA CoDow Elizabeth Davidson DA Pres RW 29 Clerk, Rope Works UM CoDow Philip Davidson SO Pres RW 21 Wholesale Draper UM CoDow Rennick Earls VI Meth RW 34 Farmer UM CoFer Robert Ferris BO Meth RW 32 Shop Manager, Boot Trade UM CoFer Robert Stewart Tiney BO Pres RW 26 Spirit Merchant UM CoDon Residents of a house 250 in Ormeau Road (Ormeau, Down): John Earls HD Meth RW 26 National Teacher UM CoAnt Thomas Earls BR Meth RW 19 Druggist Apprentice UM CoAnt Mary Earls SI Meth RW 17 UM CoAnt Annie Earls SI Meth RW 12 Scholar UM CoAnt Residents of a house 7 in Church Street (Ballynahinch, Down): John Earls HD Pres RW 33 Saddler MA CoDow Annie Earls WI Pres RW 24 MA CoDow Margaret Ann Earls DA Pres NR 1 UM CoDow John Earls SO Pres NR UM CoDow Sarah Hall SE RoCa RW 16 Domestic Servant UM CoDow Residents of a house 7 in Strand Street (Ards Upper, Down): Thomas Earls HD CofE RW 70 Pensioner R.I.C. MA CoFer Welmot Earls WI CofE RW 59 MA CoGal Rechal Vickers VI CofE RW 31 Seamstress UM CoSli Margaret Vickers VI CofE RO 6 Scholar UM England Residents of a house 32 in Mullaghdrin (Dromara, Down): William Irvine HD Pres RW 39 Farmer MA Mullaghdrin, CoDow Mary Agnes Irvine WI Pres RW 34 MA Bally Kine Agnes Earls AU Pres RW 70 Retired Farmer UM Bally Kine Residents of a house 19 in Burren (Dromara, Down): David Reid HD Pres RW 34 Farmer WI CoDow Hugh Alx Campbell GS Pres RW 30 Farm Labourer UM CoDow Maggie Earls SE Pres RW 20 House Keeper UM CoDow Patrick Brannan SE RoCa RO 22 Farm Labourer UM CoDow Residents of a house 5 in Ballykine (Dromara, Down): Sarah Earls HD Pres RW 64 Farmer WI CoDow James Earls SO Pres RW 39 Farmers Son UM CoDow Joseph Earls SO Pres RW 36 Farmers Son UM CoDow Jane Earls DA Pres RW 21 Farmers Daughter UM CoDow Richard Earls SO Pres RW 19 Farmer's Son UM CoDow Sarah Earls DA Pres RW 17 Farmer's Daughter UM CoDow Residents of a house 152 in Ballywalter (Ballywalter, Down): Hugh Dunn HD CofE RW 41 Agricultural Labourer MA CoDow Alice Dunn DA CofE RW 10 Scholar UM CoDow William Dunn SO CofE RW 15 Agricultural Labourer UM CoDow Marget Dunn WI CofE RW 41 MA CoDow Sammie Earls BO CofE RO 82 Agricultural Labourer WI CoDow Residents of a house 44 in Beech Street (Cromac, Antrim): Thomas Earls HD Pres RW 29 Gas Works Labourer MA CoDow Eleanor D. Earls WI Pres RW 30 MA CoDow William Earls BR Pres RW 31 Tailor UM CoDow Eleanor M. Earls DA Pres 4 UM Belfast John Earls SO Pres RW School Boy UM Belfast Maggie Bennett VI Pres RW 56 Seamstress WI CoAnt Residents of a house 78 in Maryville Street (Windsor Ward, Antrim): Margaret Jane Darcus HD CofE RW 64 MA CoTip Sarah H Darcus DA CofE RW 38 Seamster UM CoDon Mary Darcus DA CofE RW 31 Seamstress UM CoDon John D Black BO Pres RW 19 Student UM CoTyr Henry Dowds BO Meth RW 19 Apprentice to Grocer UM CoArm Edward Dowds BO Meth RW 21 National School Teacher UM CoArm Residents of a house 13 in Cloghore (Carrickboy, Donegal): Alexandar Donaldson HD Meth RW Farmer MA CoDon Elizabeth K Donaldson WI Meth RW 27 MA CoDon Victor A Donaldson SO Meth NR 3 UM CoDon Laura K Donaldson DA Meth NR 2 UM CoDon Eleanor B Donaldson DA Meth NR UM CoDon Daniel J Mc Sweeny BO RoCa RW 27 Creamery Manager UM CoDon Mary Ann McGuinness SE RoCa 18 Residents of a house 39 in Cloghore (Carrickboy, Donegal): Hannah Donaldson HD Meth RW 67 Shopkeeper, Grocer, Draper WI CoDon Robert John Donaldson SO Meth RW 33 Assistant UM CoDon Catherine Donaldson DA Meth RW 36 House Keeper Shopkeeper UM CoDon Martha Somerville Pres RW 23 Draper's Assistant UM CoCav House 46.5 in North Georges Street (Rotunda, Dublin): Robert Earls HD Meth RW 33 Lead Manufacturer MA Dublin Elizabeth Earls WI CofE RW 26 MA Dublin House 201 in Clonliffe Road (Drumcondra, Dublin): Thomas Earls HD Meth RW 54 Master Tailor MA Dublin Emily Earls WI Meth RW 50 MA Enniskillen Adelaide Earls DA CofE RW 25 Shop Assistant Spirit Merchants UM Belfast Ethel Earls DA Meth RW 13 Scholar UM Mullingar Eva Earls DA CofE RW 23 Shop Assistant Jewlery Track UM Belfast Arthur Earls SO Meth RW 15 Scholar UM Dublin Thomas Earls SO Meth RW 11 Scholar UM Dublin Ernest Earls SO Meth RW 22 Master Tailor UM Dublin House 81 in Brighton Square (Rathmines, Dublin): Susan R Earls DA CofE RW 37 UM Limerick Dora S Earls DA CofE RW 35 UM Limerick Susan Earls HD Meth RW 76 WI CoCav John S Earls SO Meth RW 44 Manager of Wholesale UM Limerick Provision Store House 235 in Garville Avenue (Rathmines, Dublin): Elizabeth Earls HD CofE RW 56 WI Dublin Adelaide Scales DA CofE RW 27 MA CoDub Beatrice Earls DA CofE RW 16 Scholar UM CoDub William Earls SO CofE RW 23 Clerk (Oil and Chemical Works) UM Dublin Fredck Scales SL CofE RW 27 3rd Class Clerk Comn. Land MA CoLim House 86 in South Circular Road (Dolphins Barn) (Merchants Quay, Dublin): Henry Jack HD Pres RW 36 Clerk of Works MA CoLou Laura Jack WI CofE RW 30 MA Dublin Lizzie Jack DA CofE RW 10 Scholar UM Dublin Laura Jack DA CofE RW 7 Scholar UM Dublin Ethel Jack DA CofE NR 4 UM Dublin Agnes Earls NU CofE RW 43 Nurse Domestic Servant MA Dublin Mary Farrell SE RoCa RW 20 General Servant Domestic UM Dublin House 23 in Charlemont Street (Fitzwilliam, Dublin): John Watson HD Pres RW 34 Warehouseman UM Dublin Reulen Earls NE CofE RW 14 Scholar UM Dublin Leah Earls NE CofE RW 17 Cashier UM Dublin Laura Earls NE CofE RW 15 Mother's Help UM Dublin Bella Earls NE CofE RW 13 Scholar UM Dublin Olive Earls NE CofE RW 18 Typist UM Dublin House 11 in Churchtown Upper (Dundrum, Dublin): George Earls HD CofE RW 55 Gardener MA CoWex Mary Earls WI CofE RW 52 MA CoMea Charles Earls SO CofE RW 8 Scholar UM CoDub House 27 in Rosemount (Dundrum, Dublin): John Earls HD CofE RW 45 Labourer MA CoWic Sarah Earls WI CofE RW 42 Charwoman MA CoWic Elizabeth Earls DA CofE RW 19 Laundress UM CoWic Margaret Earls DA CofE RW 12 Scholar UM CoWic Frederick Earls SO CofE RW 8 Scholar UM CoWic John Earls SO CofE RW 16 Garden Boy UM CoWic Thomas Earls SO CofE RW 10 Scholar UM CoWic House 28 in Kilrush (Limerick North Rural, Limerick): Hugh A Earls HD CofE RW 49 Bacon Curer's Manager MA Dublin Adelaide C Earls WI CofE RW 43 MA CoLou Anna E Earls DA CofE RW 18 Scholar UM Limerick Hilda A Earls DA CofE RW 16 Scholar UM Limerick Catherine Brown SE RoCa RW 29 Domestic Servant UM CoTip House 7 in Montenotte (North East Ward, Cork): Thomas Earls HD CofE RW - Commercial Traveller MA ? Earls WI CofE RW - MA ? SE RoCa Servant UM Boarding School in House 2.2 in Fermoy (Part of) Rural (Fermoy Rural, Cork). Pupils include: Arnold Longfield Lloyd Earls PU CofE RW 14 Pupil UM Limerick City
1911 CENSUS OF IRELAND
The 1911 Census contains the following references to Earls families.
Residents of a house 1 in Carrigolagh (Church Hill, Fermanagh): Thomas Earls 58 HD CofE Carigola Farmer RW MA 14yrs Alicia Earls 38 WI CofE Carnhugh House Keeper RW MA 14yrs Rebecca Jane Earls 13 DA CofE Carigola Scholar RW UM George Fredrick Earls 11 SO CofE CoFer RW UM Eliza Ann Earls 8 DA CofE CoFer RW UM Thomas Edward Earls 5 SO CofE CoFer NR UM Mary Alicia Earls DA CofE CoFer NR UM Edward Earls 74 UN CofE Carigola Farmer RW UM Rebecca Earls 62 AU CofE Carigola House Keeper RW UM Everena Earls 60 AU CofE CoFer RW UM Joseph Dolan 20 SE RoCa CoFer Farmer RW UM Residents of a house 3 in Drumbane (Milltown, Fermanagh): Charles Humphres 50 HD CofE CoFer Farmer NR WI Sophia Humphres 60 SI CofE CoFer Farmer NR UM Margaret Earls 71 VI CofE CoFer Farmer NR UM Minnie Smith 15 VI CofE CoFer Farmer RW UM Residents of a house 3 in Drumgarrow (Enniskillen Rural, Fermanagh): John Cadden 61 HD CofE CoFer Farmer RW MA Teresa Cadden 61 WI CofE Dublin RW MA 30yrs Rebeeca Earls 87 AU Meth CoFer Vest Maker RW UM Residents of a house 4 in Slawin (Church Hill, Fermanagh): Edward Earls 64 HD Meth Slavin Farmer RW MA 13yrs Elizabeth Earls 60 WI Meth CoFer Farmer RW MA 13yrs Ethel Earls 18 DA Meth CoFer Farmer RW UM Elmore Earls 16 SO Meth CoFer Farmer RW UM John Morhan 33 SE RoCa CoFer Farm Servant RO UM Residents of a house 3 in Slawin (Church Hill, Fermanagh): James Earls 48 HD Meth CoFer Farmer RW UM Eliza Earls 46 SI Meth CoFer RW UM Mary Jane Earls 44 SI Meth CoFer RW UM Albert Ernist Earls 19 NE Meth CoFer Farmer RW UM Residents of a house 11 in Gortnalee (Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh): John Earls 60 HD CofE CoFer Farmer RW MA Elizabeth Earls 70 WI CofE CoFer RW MA 38yrs Wm John Earls 38 SO CofE CoFer Farmer RW MA Elizabeth Earls 29 DL CofE CoFer RW MA 4yrs Mary Elizabeth Earls 2 GD CofE CoFer NR Norman John Earls 1 GS CofE CoFer NR Residents of a house 14 in Belleek Town (Belleek, Fermanagh): Elizabeth Earls 28 HD CofE CoFer Draper RW UM Evylin Louisa Du?es 20 BO CofE CoFer Assistant RW UM House 1 in Clondergole (Clones Rural, Monaghan): William Earls 58 HD Meth CoFer Boot Merchant RW MA Rebecca Earls 55 WI Meth CoArm RW MA [Married 32 years, children born 9, children living 9] Anna Earls 26 DA Meth CoMon RW UM Thomas J Earls 24 SO Meth CoMon Boot Merchant RW UM Emma Earls 22 DA Meth CoMon RW UM Ruby Earls 18 DA Meth CoMon Scholar RW UM Gretta Shaw Earls 18 DA Meth CoMon Scholar RW UM Edith Earls 15 DA Meth CoMon Scholar RW UM House 65 in Fermanagh (Clones Urban, Monaghan): William Earls HD Frances Elizabeth Earls 28 DA Meth CoMon Music Teacher (F I S M) RW UM Adeline Earls 17 DA Meth CoMon Undergraduate O U B RW UM Martha Ann Scarlett 20 SE CofE CoFer General Domestic Servant RW UM Edward Burke 19 BO CofE CoFer Shop Assistant RW UM John Robert Woods 15 BO Meth CoFer Shop Assistant RW UM John Wilson 20 BO Meth CoFer Shop Assistant RW UM Residents of a house 7 in Church Street (Ballynahinch, Down): John Earls 43 HD Pres CoDow Harness Maker RW MA Annie Earls 34 WI Pres CoDow RW MA 13yrs Margaert Ann Earls 11 DA Pres CoDow Scholar RW UM John Earls 10 SO Pres CoDow Scholar RW UM Sara Earls 8 DA Pres CoDow Scholar RW UM Samuel Davidson Earls 7 SO Pres CoDow Scholar RW UM Emily Milling Earls 6 DA Pres CoDow Scholar NR UM David Dickson Earls 4 SO Pres CoDow NR UM Elizabeth Dickson Earls 3 DA Pres CoDow NR UM Peter McAteer 23 BO RoCa CoDow Harness Maker RW UM Residents of a house 35 in Burren (Dromara, Down): Eleanor Earls 41 MO Pres CoDow RW WI 10yrs married John F Earls 16 SO CoAnt Railway Clerk RW UM Eleanon M Earls 14 DA CoAnt Scholar RW UM Thomas J Earls 8 SO CoAnt Scholar RW UM Residents of a house 6 in Ballykine (Dromara, Down): Sarah Earls 74 HD Pres CoDow Farmer RW WI 30yrs married James Earls 49 SO Pres CoDow Farmer Son RW UM Joseph Earls 46 SO Pres CoDow Farmer Son RW UM Richard Earls 30 SO Pres CoDow Farmer Son RW UM William Earls 36 SO Pres CoDow Tailor RW UM Residents of a house 28 in Mullghdrin (Dromara, Down): William Irvine 49 HD Pres CoDow Farmer RW MA Mary Agnes Irvine 44 WI Pres CoDow RW MA 22yrs Nancy Earls 81 Rel. Pres CoDow NR UM (Blind) Residents of a house 4 in Milewater (Duncairn Ward, Antrim): Rose Moloney 73 HD RoCa CoAnt RO WI Mary A Earls 31 DA RoCa CoAnt RW MA 3yrs James Wm Earls 34 SL RoCa England Shunter B and C D Rly RW MA 3yrs Alex McIlroy 36 BO RoCa CoAnt Coal Porter NR UM James McWhinney 12 GS RoCa Belfast Scholar RW Residents of a house 111 in Fitzroy Avenue (Cromac, Antrim): John Earls 36 HD Meth CoAnt Prof.of Mathematics RW MA 7yrs Belfast Tech. Inst. Minnie Earls 30 WI Meth Belfast RW MA 7yrs Arnold Earls 6 SO Meth Belfast Scholar NR UM Margaret Elizabeth May Earls 4 DA Meth Belfast Scholar NR UM Lilian Irene Mercer Earls 2 DA Meth Belfast NR UM Sarah Annie Earls 22 SI Meth CoAnt Teacher in National School RW UM Residents of a house 4 in Carsons Street (Larne, Antrim): John Earls 32 HD Unit. Scotland Watchmaker and Plasterer RW MA 9yrs Anetta Earls 30 WI Unit. CoAnt RW MA 9yrs Aillen Allanah Earls 3 DA Unit CoAnt RW UM Mary Beggs 73 ML Pres CoAnt RW WI married 53yrs Residents of a house 36 in Pound Street (Larne, Antrim): Mary Earls 61 HD Meth CoAnt RW WI 40yrs married Sara Earls 37 DA Meth CoAnt National Teacher Principal RW UM Mary Earls 35 DA Meth CoAnt Milliner RW UM James Earls 28 SO Meth CoAnt Plasterer Master RW UM Thomas Earls 26 SO Meth CoAnt Plasterer Master RW UM Jane Earls 23 DA Meth CoAnt Milliner RW UM May Earls 7 GD Meth CoAnt School Girl RW UM Edna Earls 4 GD Meth CoAnt School Girl RW UM Residents of a house 21 in Gransha (Island Magee, Antrim): James Earls 73 HD Meth CoAnt Retired N School Teacher RW MA Isabella Earls 54 WI Meth CoAnt RW MA 16yrs James Earls 15 SO Meth CoAnt RW Isabella Earls 11 DA Meth CoAnt RW Residents of a house 53 in Gransha (Island Magee, Antrim): Rennick Earls 44 HD Meth CoFer Retired Warehouseman RW MA Florence Earls 34 WI Meth CoFer RW MA 10yrs Mona Earls 8 DA Meth Belfast Scholar RW UM Norab Earls 7 DA Meth Belfast Scholar RW UM Margaret Earls 3 DA Meth CoAnt NR UM Residents of a house 27 in Mullaghboy (Island Magee, Antrim): Letitia Earls 32 HD Meth CoAnt Shopkeeper RW UM Margaret Earls 24 SI Meth CoAnt N S Teacher Unemployed RW UM Eliza Dick 74 VI Meth CoAnt RW UM Residents of a house 46 in Cloghore (Carrickboy, Donegal): Alexander William Donaldson 51 HD Meth CoDon Farmer RW MA 14ys Elizabeth Katherin Donaldson 36 WI Meth CoDon RW MA 14yrs Victor Alexander Donaldson 13 SO Meth CoDon Scholars RW Laura Kathleen Donaldson 12 DA Meth CoDon Scholars RW Eileen Beatrice Donaldson 11 DA Meth CoDon Scholars RW Nora Crawford Donaldson DA Meth CoDon Scholars RW Clive May Donaldson 8 DA Meth CoDon Scholars RW Samuel crawford Donaldson 6 SO Meth CoDon Scholars RO Robert William Donaldson 3 SO Meth CoDon Scholars NR Robins Isabel Donaldson DA Meth CoDon NR Residents of a house 31 in Cloghore (Carrickboy, Donegal): Robert John Donaldson 43 HD Meth CoDon Grocer and Hardware Merchant RW MA 7yrs Hannah Donaldson 76 MO Meth CoDon RW WI Catherine Donaldson 46 SI Meth CoDon RW UM Louisa Donaldson 33 WI Meth RW MA 7yrs Violet Donaldson 6 DA Meth RW Edith Donaldson 4 DA Meth NR Wesley John Donaldson 1 SO Meth NR Mary Ward 19 SE RoCa Domestic Servant RW Bridget Stevens 14 RoCa Nurse RW House 12 in Drumcondra Park (Drumcondra, Dublin): Robert Earls 43 HD Meth Dublin Clerk Lead Manfr RW MA Elizabeth Earls 37 WI Meth Dublin RW MA [Married 12 years] Alice Hudson 25 BO CofE Dublin Telegraph Clerk G.P.O RW UM House 201 in Clonliffe Road South Side (Drumcondra, Dublin): Thomas James Earls 64 HD Meth Dublin Foreman Tailor RW MA Emily Earls 62 WI Meth CoFer RW MA [Married 28 years, children born 4, children living 3] Arthur Caress Earls 24 SO Meth Dublin Clerk (Paper Factory) RW UM Ethel Emily Earls 23 DA Meth CoWes Typist Wholesale Ironmongery RW UM Thomas Cadden Earls 20 SO Meth Dublin Clerk L N W Railway RW UM Annie Crozin 27 CO CofE CoFer Teacher N School RW UM House 2 in Brighton Road (Rathmines & Rathgar West, Dublin): Frederick Scales 37 HD CofE CoLim Civil Servant 2nd Asso Clerk RW MA Irish Land Commission Adelaide Scales 37 WI CofE CoDub RW MA [Married 12 years, children born 2, children living 1] John Frederick Scales 9 SO CofE CoDub Scholar RW UM Beatrice Earls 26 SL CofE CoDub RW UM House 9.2 in Mountpleasant Square (Rathmines & Rathgar East, Dublin): Agnes Earls 59 HD CofE Dublin Maternity Nurse RW MA [Married 29 years, children born 5, children living 5] Leah Earls 25 DA CofE CoDub Draper's Clerk RW UM Bella Earls 21 DA CofE CoDub Draper's Clerk RW UM In a boarding house 54 in Rutland Square, West (Rotunda, Dublin): Ernest Earls 33 BO CofE Dublin Tailor's Cutter RW UM House 104 in Circular Road, South (Merchant's Quay, Dublin): John S Earls 45 HD Pres Limerick Provision Merchant RW UM Susan Earls 37 SI CofE Limerick RW UM Dora Earls 35 SI CofE Limerick RW UM House 3 in Whitehall (Rathfarnham, Dublin): Ellen Cosgrave 60 HD RoCa CoDub Farmer RW WI Thomas Cosgrave 35 SO RoCa CoDub Farmer Son RW UM Bride Cosgrave 24 DA RoCa CoDub Farmer Daughter RW UM Lena Cosgrave 22 DA RoCa CoDub Farmer Daughter RW UM Phil Cosgrave 22 SO RoCa CoDub Farmer Son RW UM Joseph Cosgrave 21 SO RoCa CoDub Farmer Son RW UM Peter Cosgrave 20 SO RoCa CoDub Farmer Son RW UM Andy Cosgrave 17 SO RoCa CoDub Farmer Son RW UM Mick Quail 23 SE RoCa CoDub Farm Servant RW UM Charles Earls 17 SE Prot CoDub Farm Servant RW UM Christy Doyle 19 SE RoCa CoDub Farm Servant RW UM Kate Halpin 23 SE RoCa CoMea Domestic Servant RW UM 15 Jones' Road, Mountjoy, N. Dublin: Jennins Attwooll 49 Meth England Sorting Clerk RW MA Edith Jane Attwooll 38 WI Meth Co.Dublin RW MA Mildred Attwooll 15 DA Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM John Jennins Attwooll 13 SO Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM Thomas Earls Attwooll 12 SO Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM Eva Adelaide Attwooll 10 DA Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM Hazel Attwooll 9 DA Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM William Harold Attwooll 7 SO Meth Co.Dublin Scholar RW NM Edith Doreen Attwooll 5 DA Meth Co.Dublin Scholar NR NM Mabel Attwooll 4 DA Meth Co.Dublin Scholar NR NM Hilda Attwooll 1 DA Meth Co.Dublin NR NM Charles Thrift Attwooll 6m SO Meth Co.Dublin NR NM Mary Ellen Connor 19 SE RoCa Co.Dublin Servant NM House 10 in Montenotte Lower (Cork No.3 Urban, Cork): Thomas Earls 61 HD Meth Co.Fermanagh Retired Commission Agent RW MA Ada Earls 38 WI Meth Co.Derry RW MA (17years) Maggie Coleman 17 SE RoCa Ballinbrack, Cork Servant RW UM
1871 CENSUS OF ONTARIO, CANADA
Name: Age: Birthplace: Church: Trade: St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: David Earls 62 Ireland W.Meth Dealer Catharine Earls 60 Ireland W.Meth St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: James Earls 27 Ireland CofE Farmer St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: Thomas Earls 19 Ireland CofE Coach builder, boarder Township of Melancthon, Grey South: James Earls 30 Ontario Meth Farmer Betsy Earls 30 Ontario Meth Charlet Earls (F) 6 Ontario Meth Township of Melancthon, Grey South: Hiram Earls 25 Ontario Meth Ellen Earls 22 Ontario Meth William J. Earls 5m Ontario Meth Township of Sydenham, Kingston: Mary Earls 38 Ireland Schoolmistress Rachel Earls 36 Ireland Township of Scarborough, York East: Isabella Earls 22 Ontario Servant Township of Ops, Victoria South: Ellen Earls 15 Ontario Servant Township of Ops, Victoria South: William Earls 40 Ontario ChE Rebecca Earls 32 Ontario ChE William Earls 15 Ontario ChE Jemima Earls 7 Ontario ChE Township of Ops, Victoria South: William Earls 14 Ontario CofE Adopted Jane Earls 13 England CofE Township of Ops, Victoria South: Thomas Earls 9 Ontario Farm servant St.Patrick's Ward, Hamilton: Patrick Earls 61 Ireland RoCa Widower Honora Earls 28 Ontario RoCa John Earls 18 Ontario RoCa Martin Earls 13 Ontario RoCa Patrick Earls 10 Ontario RoCa Yonge Rear & Escott Rear, Leeds South: Adaline Earls 43 England Meth German speaker John Earls 38 USA Meth Farmer, German speaker Samuel Earls 16 Ontario Meth German speaker William Earls 15 Ontario Meth German speaker Emeline Earls 14 Ontario Meth German speaker John Earls 8 Ontario Meth German speaker Charlotte Earls 5 Ontario Meth German speaker Etta Earls 3 Ontario Meth German speaker Ida Earls 1 Ontario Meth German speaker Yonge Rear & Escott Rear, Leeds South: Edward Earls 70 Ireland Meth Farmer Mariah Earls 66 Ireland Meth Mary Earls 25 Ontario Meth Jane Earls 30 Ontario Meth William Earls 22 Ontario Meth Susan Earls 21 Ontario Meth Genetta Earls 12 Ontario Meth Sherbrooke South, Lanark South: Ellen Earls 40 RoCa Servant Fenelon, Victoria North: Jane Earls 58 Ireland W.Meth Farmer, widow James Earls 30 Ireland W.Meth Jane Earls 20 Ireland W.Meth William Earls 19 Ireland W.Meth Ellen Earls 17 Ontario W.Meth George Earls 15 Ontario W.Meth Fenelon, Victoria North: Thomas Earls 41 Ontario B.Meth Farmer, widower Wellington Earls 15 Ontario B.Meth Isiah Earls 13 Ontario B.Meth Josiah Earls 11 Ontario B.Meth Malichi Earls 9 Ontario B.Meth Jane Earls 7 Ontario B.Meth Victoria Earls 5 Ontario B.Meth Mary Earls 34 Ireland B.Meth Died Feb.1871 Holland, Grey North: Elias Earls 50 USA B.Meth Mason, Farmer, African Louisa Earls 35 USA B.Meth African Aaron Earls 21 Ontario B.Meth African Samuel Earls 19 Ontario B.Meth African Elias Earls 15 Ontario B.Meth Jemima Earls 17 Ontario B.Meth Agnes Earls 9 Ontario B.Meth David Earls 4 Ontario B.Meth Solomon Earls 2 Ontario B.Meth Etobicoke, York West: Isabella Earls 14 Ontario Servant Orangeville, Wellington Central: Miram Earls (M) 37 Ontario CofE Carpenter Margaret Earls 28 Ontario CofE Ann J. Earls 7 Ontario CofE John R. Earls 6 Ontario CofE
1881 CENSUS OF ONTARIO, CANADA (PARTIAL)
Name: Age: Birthplace: Church: Trade: St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: David Earls 73 Ireland Meth Jane Earls 46 Ontario Meth St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: John Earls 43 Ontario Meth R.R.Clerk Sarah Earls 23 USA Meth Lucy Earls 3 Ontario Meth
1891 CENSUS OF ONTARIO, CANADA (PARTIAL)
Name: Age: Birthplace: Church: Trade: St.Patrick's Ward, Toronto West: John Earls 45 Ontario Meth Freight Agent Sarah Earls 32 Ontario Meth John Earls 9 Ontario Meth Clarence Earls 8 Ontario Meth Elmer Earls 2 Ontario Meth Lucy Earls 13 Ontario Meth
EMIGRATION AND DEPORTATION
- John Early was born in Donegal in 1642 and emigrated to Virginia. In the early Virginia records he is noted as a member of the Church of England and termed a member of the "landed gentry" (from Kat Vallish, firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Margaret Earles, aged 25, left Belfast on the ship "Neptunis" and arrived in New York on May 22, 1850.
- John Earls, a 28-year-old labourer, left Galway on the ship "Downes" and arrived in New York on Oct.24, 1850.
- James Earls of Belleek sailed from Londonderry to St. John, Newfoundland, on board the J. and J. Cooke ship "Mary Ann" in 1853.
- James Earle, aged 24, of Slavan sailed from Londonderry to St. John, Newfoundland on board the J. and J. Cooke ship "Mary Ann" in 1856.
- Mary Earls, a 17-year-old housemaid from Ireland, arrived in New York on Aug.11, 1894, aboard the ``Paris'' from Southhampton. She is bound for California.
- Mary Earls, a 25-year-old servant from Ireland, arrived in New York on Oct.27, 1894, aboard the ``Lucania'' from Liverpool. She is bound for Brighton, MA.
- William Earls, a 20-year-old from Ireland, arrived in New York on Jun.4, 1896, aboard the ``Germanic'' from Liverpool and Queenstown.
- Michael Earls, a 35-year-old married laborer from Limerick, arrived in New York on Feb.2, 1899, aboard the ``Majestic'' from Queenstown. He is bound for his aunt Mrs. A. Nolan, 311 E. 43rd Street, NY.
- John Earls, a 22-year-old single man from Athenry, arrived in New York on May 21, 1900, aboard the ``Ivernia'' from Queenstown.
- Michael Earls, a 25-year-old single laborer from Galway, arrived in New York on Feb.20, 1901, aboard the ``Oceanic'' from Queenstown. He is bound for his cousin Mrs. Scully, 364 Amsterdam Avenue, NY.
- Cath. Earls, a 19-year-old single servant from Kilmallock, arrived in New York on Nov.29, 1901, aboard the ``Majestic'' from Liverpool. She is bound for her aunt Bridget Earls, 143 Coleman Street, Bridgeport, Conn. ,
- Bridget Earls, a 20-year-old single servant from Loughrea, arrived in New York on May 12, 1902, aboard the ``Saxonia'' from Queenstown. She is bound for Boston to her sister, Mary Martin, 234 Elm Street, Waltham, MA.
- Ellen Earls, a 23-year-old single domestic servant from Ennis, arrived in New York on May 29, 1902, aboard the ``Majestic'' from Liverpool. She is bound for John ?, 470 Pearl Street, NY.
- Henry Earls, a 41-year-old single miner from Cork and a US citizen, arrived in New York on Mar.2, 1905, aboard the ``Teutonic'' from Queenstown. He is bound for his cousin Joseph Earls, 465 E. Broadway, Butte, Montana.
- James Earls, a 25-year-old single labourer from Milltown Malbray, arrived in New York on Jun.1, 1905, aboard the ``Oceanic'' from Queenstown. He is bound for his brother Michael Earls, Waverly Street, Buffalo and his brother Patrick Earls, 551 W. 29th Street, NY.
- John Earls, a 28-year-old single man from Athenry, arrived in New York on May 14, 1908, aboard the ``Etruria'' from Queenstown. Lists John Byron of Lisduff, Athenry as his nearest relative. Is with Michael Byron, a 32-year-old single farmer, from Athenry and John Byron's son. John Earls is headed to Julia Burns, 29 Chestnut Street, Boston, Michael's sister and his cousin.
- Mary Martha Earls, a 16-year-old single machinist from Limerick, arrived in New York on Jun.29, 1911, aboard the ``St. Paul'' from Queenstown. Her mother is Mrs. Earls of 34 Edward Street, Limerick. Her father is Michael Earls, 409 E. 147th Street, NY.
- Kathleen Earls, a 16-year-old single sewing machine operator and domestic, from Limerick, arrived in New York on Mar.3, 1912, aboard the ``Campania'' from Queenstown. Her mother is Kate Earls of 34 Edward Street, Limerick. She is bound for her father Michael Earls, Manhattan State Hospital, Wards Island, NY.
- Gerald Earls, a 16-year-old single schoolboy born in Limerick, arrived in New York on Jun.22, 1913, aboard the ``Carmania'' from Queenstown. His mother is Mrs. K. Earls of 34 Elwood Street, Limerick. He is bound for his father Michael Earls, Manhattan State Hospital, Wards Island, NY.
- Catherine Earls, a 42-year-old married woman and a US citizen, arrived in New York on Sep.4, 1914, aboard the ``Cedric'' from Queenstown. She is bound for Manhattan State Hospital, Wards Island, NY.
- Mary A. Earls, a 24-year-old single domestic from Woodlawn, Ireland, arrived in New York on May 2, 1914, aboard the ``Baltic'' from Queenstown. Her father is William Earls of New Inn, Woodlawn, Ireland. She is headed for her aunt Bridget Moran, 165 E. 99th Street, NY.
- Mollie Earls, a 19-year-old single domestic from Woodlawn, Ireland, arrived in New York on Oct.2, 1914, aboard the ``Cedric'' from Queenstown. Her father is John Earls of Cappinagh, Woodlawn, Ireland. She is headed for her sister Kate Earls, Belle Island, Norwalk, Conn.
- Joseph Earls tried in Dublin in 1809 and sentenced to 7 years. Deported to New South Wales in "Providence I" in 1811.
- John Earls, aged 20, was convicted of perjury in County Wicklow in 1838 and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 7 years.
- James Earls, aged 25, was convicted of stealing promissory notes in County Tipperary in 1839 and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 7 years.
- Patrick Earls, aged 40, was convicted of sheep stealing in County Galway on Oct. 29, 1847, and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 10 years. The convict ``died in depot, Oct.13, 1840''.
- Patrick Earls was convicted of sheep stealing in County Clare on June 28, 1849, and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 7 years.
- Edward Earls, aged 20, was convicted of stealing a mare in County Fermanagh on Mar. 30, 1852, and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 10 years.
Tickets of Leave:
- William Earle who was transported to New South Wales in 1825 aboard the "Asia" is granted a ticket of leave in the district of Sydney in 1840.
- Thomas Earls, alias Connor, who was transported to New South Wales in 1826 aboard the "Mangles" is granted a certificate of freedom on Jun.18, 1832, 1834.
- John Earls, a labourer from Kinsale, Cork, who was transported to New South Wales in 1827 aboard the "Eliza" is granted a ticket of leave in the district of Maitland on May 31, 1834.
- John Earle who was transported to New South Wales in 1829 aboard the "Lord Melville" is granted ? on Oct.14, 1843.
- William Earle who was transported to New South Wales in 1829 aboard the "Layton" is granted a ticket of leave in the district of Liverpool in 1838.
- Isaac Earle who was transported to New South Wales in 1830 aboard the "Adrian" is granted a ticket of leave in the district of Bathurst in 1839.
- Edward Earles who was transported to New South Wales in 1835 aboard the "Hero" is granted a ticket of leave in the district of Invermein on Dec.2, 1842.
- In 1799 William Earl of Killybegs, County Donegal in the diocese of Raphoe is listed in ``Derry Wills, 1612-1858'' by Gertrude Thrift.
- Registration in 1846 of the prerogative will of Euphemia Earls of Ballyshannon.
- Registration on Dec.3, 1910 of the will of Jane Earls of Carrigola, Belleek, County Fermanagh.
- Registration on June 12, 1914 of the will of Sarah Earls of Ballykine, County Down. Probate to Joseph Earls and two others.
- Registration on March 4, 1914 of the will of William Earl of Tannceymullan, County Londonderry.
- Registration on March 31, 1915 of the will of Margaret Earls of Ballynally, Moville, County Donegal.
- Death on April 6, 1919 of Edward Earls of Slavin, Belleek, County Fermanagh. Administration in Londonderry to Elmore Richard Earls, farmer.
- Registration on Dec. 30, 1920 of the will of William Earls of Ballykine, County Down.
- Probate of the Will of Jeremiah Bridges late of Aghaward County Fermanagh Farmer who died 28 March 1922 granted at Belfast to Allan Elliott and John Bridges Farmers Effects £200 16s. 8d.
- Death on Dec. 3, 1923 of James Earls of Slavin, County Fermanagh. Probate in Londonderry to Albert Ernest Earls, farmer.
- Death on July 30, 1927 of John Earls, junior, a bank cashier, of Church Street, Ballynahinch, County Down. Administration in Belfast to John Earls, saddler.
- Death on Dec. 31, 1928 of Joseph Earls, farmer, of Ballykine, Ballynahinch, County Down. Probate to Samuel McCalla and Robert Thompson, farmers.
- Death on March 20, 1941 of Alicia Earls, married woman, of Carrickgolagh, Roscor, County Fermanagh. Administration to George William Frederick Earls, farmer.
- Death on April 7, 1941 of Thomas Earls, farmer, of Carrickgolagh, County Fermanagh. Probate to George William Frederick Earls, farmer.
- Death on Sept. 5, 1942 of John Earls, retired saddler, of Church Street, Ballynahinch, County Down. Probate to Samuel Earls, store manager, and James Earls, joiner.
- Death on June 8, 1949 of Samuel Dickson Earls, store manager, of Church Street, Ballynahinch, County Down at nursing home, College Green East, Belfast. Administration to his widow, Jean Earls.
- Death on April 16, 1956 of James Earls, retired poor law official, of Ballykine, Ballynahinch, County Down. Probate to James Earls, manager.
EARLS WAR DEAD
The following Earls are recorded in the records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
- Dennis Earls, the son of Patrick and Bridget Earls of Margaret's Place, Limerick and a private in the Connaught Rangers of the British Army was killed on May 13, 1915, aged 23 and is buried in the Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.
- Francis Phillip Earls, born in Australia the son of Michael and Ellen Earls and a private in the Australian Expeditionary Force was killed on Nov.5, 1916, aged 22 and is buried at the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial.
- John Arthur Earls, the son of John Alexander Earls and Edith Burchell Earls of "Albacutya", Nile Street, Orange, New South Wales and a private in the Australian Expeditionary Force was killed on Oct.12, 1916, aged 23 and is buried at the Bedford House Cemetery.
- James Griffith Earls, the son of the late Robert and Frances Earls and husband of Marion Earls (nee McCarthy) and a private in the Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment) was killed on May 2, 1915, aged 43 and is remembered on the Ypres Memorial.
- Joseph James Earls, born at Callington, South Australia the son of Michael and Ellen Earls and a private in the Australian Expeditionary Force was killed on Apr.2, 1917, aged 31 and is buried at the Noreuil Australian Cemetery.
- John Thomas Earls, the son of Mrs. Agnes Earls of Wroxeter, Ontario, and a private in the Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment) was killed on Aug.15, 1917, aged 24 and is remembered on the Vimy Memorial.
- Patrick Earls, the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Earls and and a rifleman in the Royal Irish Rifles was killed on Sep.25, 1915, aged 45 and is remembered on the Ypres Memorial.
- William Earls, the son of Anne J. Earls of 5 Vulcan Street, Albert Hill, Darlington, Yorkshire, England and the late William Earls and husband of Florence Ida Earls of 47 Mills Street, Newport, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, and a private in the Yorkshire Regiment was killed on May 24, 1915, aged 24 and is remembered on the Ypres Memorial.
- W.J. Earls, the son of Mrs. J. Earls and a private in the Royal Berkshire Regiment was killed on Feb.24, 1921, aged 36 and is buried in Kennington Cemetery.
- Walker R. Earls, the son of William and Rebecca E. Earls of Clones, Ireland, and a private in Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) was killed on Sep.15, 1916, and is remembered on the Vimy Memorial.
- Wilhelmina Earls, aged 84 in 1990, who lives at 21 Main Street, Ballynahinch, writes of her family. She is the widow of Thomas James Earls who died about 1982 and who had a drapery shop in Ballynahinch. Thomas James Earls was the third and youngest child of Thomas Earls of Ballykine who married Eleanor McMaster of Ballykine. They had three children, John, Eleanor and Thomas James. John Earls married a woman named Jeanie and went to live in Belfast. Eleanor married Robert McKelvey, a builder, and they lived in Ballynahinch. As previously stated Thomas James married Wilhelmina Irvine. Thomas Earls died when Thomas James was just one year old. Wilhelmina also mentions a James Earls currently (1990) residing on Dromore Road, Ballynahinch, who is the son of a John Earls, a saddler of Church Street, Ballynahinch, who may be able to provide more information.
- John Earls (email@example.com) was born on Sep.20, 1934, in Sydney, Australia, and graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1953 with a degree in physics. He attended the National University of San Cristobal de Huamanga in Peru in 1963-68, receiving a B.Sc. in Anthropology and then obtained his Ph.D. in 1972 from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, for a thesis on the Andean Continuum Cosmology. He is currently a faculty member in the Department of Social Sciences, Pontificia Catholic University of Peru (home address: Footpath I-8 Community, Arcoiris Urbanization, Free Town, Files, Peru). He was the only child of Arthur Earls who was one of seven siblings (including Enid Earls whose daughter is Helen Saunders and whose son is Alan).
Current Earls surnames in the Northern Ireland telephone directory are grouped in three areas as follows:
George W.F. Earls is the only Earls listed in County Fermanagh. His address is Ardies Lower, Roscor, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh.
Three Earls listings are in the vicinity of Larne. M. Earls, poultry farmer, 39 Hollybank Road, Doagh, Ballyclare, Co. Antrim. S.K. Earls, farmer, Rory's Glen, Kilwaughter, Co. Antrim. W. Earls, 4 Carson Street, Larne.
Five Earls are listed in Ballynahinch, County Down. They are: John Earls, Pinie Hill, Dromore Road; R. Earls, 6 Drumhill Park; T.Earls, Belle-Vista, Mourne View; T.J. Earls, 21 Main Street (BT24 8DN); Thomas Earls, 20 Drumhill. In addition there is an E.A. Earls, 92 Whitechurch Road, Ballywalter, Co. Down.
Last updated 30/5/02.
Christopher E. Brennen