Categories: Corkey, Donegal.
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James was born about 1860. He was an agricultural labourer and flax scutcher.
He was married to Mary Doherty around 1901. By 1911 they had had four children, two of whom survived.
1901 census: Here
1911 census: Here
Corkey is a townland in County Donegal in the Barony of Raphoe North and Parish of Raymoghy. The Parliamentary Division is East Donegal and it fell under the Poor Law Union of Letterkenny. The District Electoral Division (DED) was Kincraigy.
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