Patrick Maghar, township 66, a farmer in the 1841 census. Himself and wife (aged 16-45), and two children, one boy, one girl, both under 16.All Roman Catholics, one member of the family from Ireland, the rest born PEI.
Held 100 acres of 1st best quality land, 14 acres of Arable land, Owned one horse, no sheep, 3 Neat Cattle, 1 Hog. Raised 2 Bushels Barley and 150 Bushels potatoes, no wheat or oats, in the last year.
Possible relatives in the same area:
Mary Maghar, 16-45, with 1 man 16-45 (possible an older son), 1 boy under 16, and 2 girls under 16 Roman Catholics, holding 150 acres of 2nd best quality land, 8 acres of arable land. had one horse, 11 sheep, 3 Neat Cattle, and 3 Hogs. Raised 10 bushels oats, 3 bushels barley, 150 bushels potatoes, and no wheat in the past year.
3 members of the family were born Ireland, 2 born PEI.
(possibly Patricks widowed mother or sister in law?)