Thomas Jolly - Bootmaker Stillorgan Village
Thomas Jolly married Anne Dunne
born 1842 6 Mar 1871 born circa 1857
Co Wicklow Kells Co Westmeath
died 12 Aug 1919 (75) died 1 Sep 1910 (53)
Thomas Jolly, born circa 1842 in County Wicklow, son of Thomas Jolly. He was based at the
Curragh Camp and was a sergeant in the 40th Regiment, 2nd Somersetshire when he
married Anne Dunne from County Westmeath and daughter of James Dunne, a watchmaker
at Kells on 6 Mar 1871. Anne was a servant at the Arch Deaconry in Kells. They moved to
England and were in Stillorgan by 1876. Thomas bred fox terriers and worked as a bootmaker
in Stillorgan village from 1876 to 1919. Anne died at Stillorgan on 1 Sep 1910 aged 53 and was
buried at Deansgrange. By 1911 Thomas was living alone, close to the Post Office and Cullen’s
Public House. Thomas died at the workhouse in Loughlinstown on 12 Aug 1919 and was buried
with his wife.
1 James Jolly born 5 Sep 1872 at Albert Avenue, Phibsboro.
2 Henry Jolly born circa 1875 in England, possibly Preston was a general labourer in 1901.
3 Alice Mary Ann Jolley born 15 Dec 1876 Stillorgan.
4 Thomas Jolley born 5 June 1879 Stillorgan.
5 Frederick Jolley born Stillorgan 13 Sep 1881 was a general labourer living in Stillorgan in 1901.
6 Edward (Ned) Alexander Jolley 20 Feb 1884 Stillorgan was a general labourer living in Stillorgan in 1901.
7 John Jolley born 15 Jun 1886 born Stillorgan was a general labourer living in Stillorgan in 1901.
8 Frances (Fanny) Jolley born 1 Jun 1889 born Stillorgan was in school in 1901 and working at Glen
Albyn as a housemaid for the Wilkinsons in 1911.
©June Bow & Karen Poff – September 2020