can anyone make out the place of Residence and fathers name?

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Hi

I cannot seem to make out the place of residence from the marriage certificate. 

I'm assuming it is in Mayo, Ireland.

Also I believe Mary's fathers name is Owen, I'm surprised at this as I thought they would have used the Irish spelling.  Could someone confirm if it is Owen or something else

Thanks

Peter

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/images/marriage_returns/marriages_1873/11266/8208486.pdf

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asked in Genealogy Help by Peter Mulligan G2G6 (8.6k points)
It looks like Owen to me.
The place of residence looks like Ardacara (I think there is a place in county Mayo called Ardacara or Ardacarha).  The father's name definitely looks like Owen.

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Took a look and agree it is OWEN & MAYO. I wonder how Owen felt about being described as a 'spinster' :)
answered by Anonymous McCormick G2G6 Mach 5 (53.8k points)
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Its the residence at time of Marriage I'm looking for Bill

I wonder how Owen felt about being described as a 'spinster' :)answered ago by Bill McCormick

I think that was crossed out.   cheeky

@ Peter: Best I could come up with was that the Chapel was the Roman Catholic Chapel of Bohola, within the Swinford (historically Swineford) district.  But I cannot make out the Arcl or Ard place name.  Ardacara? Arclaeara?

There don't seem to be any place names that begin with Ard or Arcl.  :(

Yup, was just looking into it. Looks like Ardacarha is the most likely candidate

https://www.townlands.ie/mayo/gallen/bohola/bohola/ardacarha/

You could try writing to the church : https://achonrydiocese.org/parishes/mayo/bohola/

Looks like Ardacarha is the most likely candidate

commented ago by Bill McCormick

But there's no h in the word .. no matter which way I look at it.  (I've peered at it every way except upside down.)

So: Chapel of Bohola, Registrar's District of Kiltimagh, Union of Swinford, County of Mayo .. everything else except the actual place (which may not exist in today's world). 

Please provide more information - at least 5 characters

Ardaacarra
Ard a Cartha---height of the heap or rock
(other spellings) Ardacharha(1635)-Ardoghera(1655)-Ardouragh(1683)-Ardnacarrow-Ardnagarra- Ardacharae-Ardnagorra(1838)-Ardacarha(1848)

http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~monaghan/family/1901censusBohola.htm

LOL. We may have finally found the exception to the rule, 'speeling is allways korect on ofishal dockyouments'. How exciting, eh? :)
I like the way that Bohola means drinking tent lol
Peter, I think we should go investigate Bohola's origins.

I did notice that there is a Mary Mulligan on the 1901 census in Ardacarha - widow, farmer and possibly 2 daughters Mary 19 and Bridget 15 living with brother-in-law Thomas. Presumably Martin and Thomas would have moved on by that time. Might be worth checking.
I found the same Census.

When Mary's son Thomas was baptised, there was a certain Thomas Mulligan as witness.
Some days genealogy is so much fun
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Looks like Swinford, and the town Kiltimagh
answered by Lucy Selvaggio-Diaz G2G6 Pilot (270k points)
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It could be Ardacara.  Here's a more recent reference to Ardacara, Bohola, Mayo:

https://rip.ie/death-notice/thomas-tom-o-neill-bohola-mayo/75908

The father's name looks like Owen.
answered by Joe Farler G2G6 Mach 4 (45.2k points)

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