A brief inspection of the microfilmed parish records for the united parishes of Killinvoy, Kilmain, St. John’s and Rahara (all part of Elphin Diocese), failed to reveal any details for a Hubert Hanly, born July 1879, but did show the following Hanly records:
30 February 1864: Mary Hanly, Crith, died age 75yrs.
7 February 1877:John Hanly (twin) born to James Hanly and Mary Grady, Crith. 3 March 1877: John baptised by Rev. Fr. P.H. Kelly, P.P. Baptismal Sponsors Thomas Kelly and Catherine Kelly
7 February 1877:Margaret Hanly (twin) born to James Hanly and Mary Grady, Crith. 3 March 1877: Margaret baptised by Rev.Fr.P.H. Kelly, P.P. Baptismal Sponsors Bridget Kelly and __________?
6 August, 1879:James Hanly, born to James Hanly and Mary Grady, Crith. 28 August, 1879:James baptised by Rev.Fr.P.H.Kelly.P.P. Baptismal sponsors John Flanagan and Mary Kelly.
The microfilm only covers dates up to end of December 1880 but government registration of births, marriages and deaths started in 1864, so it should be possible to get full particulars of such events from the G.R.O. records. Both church and government records are available on microfilm and can be ordered at any L.D.S. family history centre.Note that variant spelling is used above instead of the official spellings of Kilmeane and Cruit.