Michael DALY (DEELY) was born in Ireland. He married Johanna O'BRIEN according to his son James' Pennsylvania death certificate.
Michael probably married Johanna O'BRIEN at St. John's Parish, a Church of Ireland ( protestant), church in Limerick, Ireland. They had the following (known) children:
- John DALY (1848-1915)
- James Martin DALY (1850-1927)
- Michael DALY (1854-1906)
LIMERICK, IRELAND – December 6, 1843 – Michael DALY married Johanna O'BRIEN at St. John's Parish. He was a soldier of the "61st". This may have been an interfath marriage or, as a soldier, it may have made he marriage "legal" by British Army standards. There was a Michael Daly in the 61st but some records suggest that man went to Austrailia. That information does not eliminate this possibility but it doesn't help either. THIS EVENT IS NOT PROVEN.
LIMERICK, IRELAND – 1850 – Michael DALY rented a house and yard from Mary Henn on Edward Street in Limerick. The house is within St. Michael's Parish.
Richard Griffith was the Commissioner or Valuation in Great Britain. He surveyed and assessed Scotland between 1806 and 1807. He started the survey work in Ireland about 1825 and finished in 1844. That is, he finished defining the boundaries of every county, barony, civil parish and townland. He then assessed properies between 1848 and 1864. These records survived when census and other records of the time did not. Griffith's Valuation is critical to genealogists searching for ancestors in Ireland.
- Griffith's Valuation 1848-1864: Primary Valuation of Tenements. Origin: Dublin, Ireland; Irish Microfilms Ltd., 1978. National Archives, Dublin and Public Record Office, Belfast. Town: Limerick (city). Townland: Ballinacurra bowman. Civil Parish: St. Michael's. Edward Street. Page 62, Line 48.
- Griffith's Valuation (Wikipedia)