Here is a brief rundown on what I know about the family of William Maginn (1794-1842), which also includes the notable advocate for the Deaf Francis Maginn. Any additional information greatly appreciated.
John Maginn (175?-1819) appointed teacher in Diocesan School, Cork, in 1777.
Anne Eccles, daughter of William Eccles of Ecclesville, C. Tyrone
Miss Exham, 1806 (note, only source newspaper notice of marriage of John Magin to Miss Exham--but it would explain the late birth of Charles Arthur below)]
William (1794-1842) BA, LL.D. TCD, writer.
John (1803-1840) graduate of TCD, Rector of Castle-Town Roche.
Charles Arthur (1815-1884?) graduate of TCD, rector of Castle-Town Roche, after his brother
William marries in 1824 Ellen Ryder Bullen (18??-1859), daughter of the Rev. Robert Bullen (d. 1817) and Ann (d. 1824).
Ellen (1824-18??), Governess, later marries?
Ann (1825-1845), Governess
John (1827-18??), Cadet in Indian Army, heatstroke forces retirement
Charles A. Maginn marries Mary O’Callaghan Power in 1850 , daughter of Pierce Power of Roskeen.
Children (twelve in all)
Charles Arthur (1859-193?). Graduate of TCD and clergyman (C of I, C of E)--Rector of Wormshill (England) 1806-1824.
Francis (1861-1918). Deaf, and leading advocate for the Deaf in England and Ireland.
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