Thomas John Shannon 1155,1160
- Born: Abt 1893, County Cork, Ireland 1155,1235
- Died: 1943, County Cork, Ireland about age 50 1218
Noted events in his life were:
• Education: Can read & write, 1901. 1160
• Residence, 1901, Lissaclarig West, Co Cork, Ireland. 1155 Living here are Philip as head, wife Lizzie, and their children Maria, Nannie, Lillie, Lucinda, Mattie, Ethel, Charlotte, Thomas John, and Sam Richard.They are Church of Ireland.
• Residence, 1911, Lissaclarig West, Kilcoe, Co Cork, Ireland. 1155 Living herre are Philip as head, wife Lizzie, and children Charlotte, Thos. John, and Saml. Richard. All Church of Ireland.
• In the News: Churchwardens listed, 5 Apr 1913, Aghadown and Kilcoe, County Cork, Ireland. 1162 "Aghadown.
The Ester (sic) Vestry was held in Aghadown Vestry Room on Monday at 10:30 a.m., when the following were elected:
Churchwardens for Aghadown Church: Messrs. Wm. Trinder and Thomas Shannon. Churchwardens for Kilcoe Church: Messrs. Philip Shannon and Thomas Roycroft.
Messrs. John Swanton and Edward Trinder were elected Sidesmen for Aghadown Church and Messrs. Richard Connell and Thos. Sweetnam for Kilcoe Church.
Select Vestry -- Messrs. H. Stuart Chudleigh, Samuel Trinder, Wm. L. Young, James Swanton, Thomas Trinder (Springville), Francis Sweetnam, John Connell, John Swanton, Thomas Sweetnam (Maurahin), Ml. Bird, Robert T. Beamish, and Wm. Connell.
Glebe Wardens -- Messrs. Wm. Trinder and Thomas Shannon.
Supplemental -- Messrs. Ml. Bird and Samuel Trinder.
Secretary to Select Vestry and Parochial Treasurer -- Rev. G. Beamish Sweetnam.
The parochial accounts, having been audited, were found in a satisfactory state, save as regards the Aghadown Church offertories, which were considerably below the average of several years past."
• In the News, 2 May 1914. 1236 "Aghadown and Kilcoe
The following were elected: --
Churchwarden for Aghadown Church -- Messrs. Wm. Trinder, J. Paul, Thomas Shannon. For Kilcoe Church -- Messrs. Philip Shannon and Thomas Sweetnam (Murahin). Sidesmen for Aghadown Church -- Messrs. John Swanton and Jas. Bryan. For Kilcoe Church -- Messrs. Rd. Connell and Thos. Roycroft.
Members of the Select Vestry -- Messrs. H. Stuart Chudleigh, Samuel Trinder (sen.), Thos. Trinder (Westfield), John Connell, John Swanton, James Copithorne, M. Bird, Robert T. Beamish, and Wm. Connell. Parochial Treasurer and Secretary -- Rev. G.B. Sweetnam. Glebe-wardens -- Messrs. Wm. Trinder, J.P., and Thos. Shannon.
On the presentation of the Parochial accounts the financial position of the parishes was deemed satisfactory, save as regards the Sustenation Fund, which shows an adverse balance of 3 pounds 16s. 7d., and, had it not been for the increased generosity of parishioners and friends, this adverse balance would have been much larger owing to the heavy losses the Union has lately suffered by deaths and removal of large subscribers."
• In the News: Malicious Injury Application, 19 Oct 1918, Ardnagroghery, Aughadown, County Cork, Ireland. 1237 Was this for THIS Thomas Shannon?
"Ratepayers Heavily Mulcted
Malicious Injury Applications,
Judge Hynes' Hopes.
(From Our Reporter.)
On Monday, at Skibbereen, Quarter Sessions, before his Honor County Court Judge Hynes, K.C., a number of applications for compensation for malicious injury came on for hearing.
Thomas Shannon, of Ardnagroghery, Aughadown, applied for 100 pounds compensation for wanton and malicious injury to a six-year-old horse, by stabbing and otherwise injuring said horse on the shoulder and leg, on the night of August 13, or early on the following morning, in consequence of which it was feared said horse might die.