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In The Tithe Applotment Books and Tithe Defaulters lists there is a James Fanning living in Moyntemple. William and Margaret Fanning nee Grace are buried in Moyne Cemetery. He died on , aged 47 (civil death record dates & age).
According to the 1911 Census they had one child who was not living in 1911. After her husband’s death she lived with her brothers in Lisdonowley.
Martin’s parents were William Fanning & Margaret Grace from Co Tipperary in Ireland. They had the following children: Patrick , Michael , James 26 July 1832, Martin , Thomas , and Judy (Johanna) . Patrick Fanning married Mary Kennedy and they lived in Castletown and are in the 1901 census. Thomas did not marry and Judy or Johanna died age 28, single.
William Fanning of Loughmore married Margaret Grace of Moyne on 5 Feb, 1827. They lived in the townland of Castletown in the parish of Moyne, Co Tipperary north. In Griffiths Valuations for Castletown, printed in 1849, William was living on 42 acres in Castletown townland. Michael married Johanna Shanahan of Lisdonowley on the 15th Feb1885.