Birth: 1803 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Dromore, co. Clare, Ireland

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 1877 - Circa

Place or Registered Place of Death: Not Known

Father: Thomas Crowe of Abbey Ennis

Mother: Ellen Tymons

Spouse(s): Charlotte Isabella Forster Hume

Date of Marriage: 1 December 1838

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: Humewood, Wicklow, Ireland


William Crowe (1844-)
Thomas Crowe (1844-)
Robert Hume Crowe (1846-1907)
George Crowe (1853-)
Eliza Crowe (1849-1942)
Charlotte Crowe (-)
Ellen Crowe (-)
Isabella Crowe (-)


Thomas Crowe of Dromore was High Sheriff of Clare in 1838. He was a Barrister-at-Law

Mr Thomas Crowe, Justice of the Peace of Dromore, was shot at in Adcarney, a couple of miles from Dromore, when driving home with his servant Patrick Murray. The shot hit and wounded Murray but he was not seriously injured. A farmer name Macnamara of Carrownacloghy near Crusheen was arrested on suspicion of complicity in the outrage. Several reasons for the outrage were mooted. Mr Crowe had been unpopular locally for evicting a tenant, dismissing a workman, prosecuting poachers, and sending the son of the dismissed workman to jail in Limerick (Irish Times, Saturday December 10 1892).

Thomas Crowe