Friday, 1 March 2013

FAMILY NOTICES , Co Clare related, from 1890-1918

Transcribed from the Chicago Tribune



Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 20, 1916
John Austin, beloved husband of Annie [nee McKnight], father of Mary, Katherine and Winifred, brother of Father James Austin of Ireland, native of Carrigabolt, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. from late residence, 2816 Lowe-av., to all Saints' church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Mount Olivet.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - May 11, 1918
William Brew, May 9, beloved husband of Lillian A., father of Richard, Lillian, William H., Clarence, and Margaret, born in Kilrush, County Clare , Ireland, June 6, 1838. Funeral from late residence, 1523 E. 72d-st., Saturday, 2:30 p.m., under auspices of Richard Cole lodge, No. 697, A. F. & A. M.; also member of Sinai chapter No. 185. Interment Graceland. New York City papers please copy. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - July 17, 1917
Catherine Clare , nee Harrigan, beloved wife of Matthew Clare , fond mother of James and Mary, sister of Mrs. John Hogan, Johanna, Mary, Martin, and John, native of Rehey, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Wednesday from her late residence, 2722 W. Congress-st., to Precious Blood church, 10 o'clock; by autos to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - January 01, 1918
Patrick D. Cleary, fond husband of Katherine Cleary, nee Shaw, and father of Kathlyn Cleary, brother of Mrs. Emil Laude, Mrs. Joseph Daze, Mrs. Susan Sexton, Delia, Peter, and Michael and the late John Cleary; native of Dallynacally, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral notice later.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 03, 1913
Michael A. Corry, beloved son of Joseph and the late Kate Corry, nee Roche, brother of Frank, Patrick, Joseph, and Nellie, aged 27 years; native of Kilkee, County Clare , Ireland; member of Hughes council No. 1,005 K. C. Funeral Tuesday, June 3, at 9 a.m. from his aunt's residence. Mrs. John King, 7231 South Park-av., to St. Columbianus church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 22, 1890
Sept. 21, 1890, at Cook County Insane Asylum, Michael Costello, aged 60 years, native of Parish of Kilkee, County Clare , Ireland, and husband of the late Catharine Costello, nee Hussey, and brother of James Costello and Mrs. Moynihan of No. 14 Broom-st. Funeral from his late residence, No. 36 Emerson-av., Sept. 23, at 9:30 a. m., to St. Columbkill's Church, where high mass will be celebrated: thence by cars to Calvary Cemetery by C.& N. W. railroad. May his soul rest in peace. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 19, 1916
Thomas Cotter, beloved husband of Delia, nee Clark; fond father of Josephine, Lorretta, and James; native of Six Mile Bridge, County Clare Ireland. Funeral notice later. 




Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 26, 1916
Mary Crottey, nee Handrahan, June 25, beloved wife of the late John Crottey and mother of Mrs. Mary McInerney, John Kane, Mrs. Margaret Cusack. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, 662 W. 18th-st., to Sacred Heart church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Calvary. Native of Lisheen, County Clare , Ireland. Member of St. Stanislaus court, No. 32, W. C. O. F. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - August 01, 1937
Thomas J. Daley Sr., July 30, beloved husband of Anna, fond father of Mrs. Clara Murray, Ald. Thomas J. Daley Jr., Mrs. Mary Creswell, Mrs. Lillian Bonlanger and Mrs. Dorothy Hartnett, brother of Patrick of County Clare , Ireland Michael, the late Mrs. Mary O'Halleran and Mrs. Catherine Meeban. Funeral Monday, 10 a.m., from chapel, Jeffery boulevard at 77th street to St. Bride church. Interment Mount Olivet. South Shore 8822.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - October 04, 1918
Della Keane Daly, beloved wife of Thomas, fond mother of Mary, Katherine, sister of Daniel and Patrick Keane, native of Cranny, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Saturday at 9:30 a.m., from her late residence, 7855 Normal-av., to St. Leo's church. Autos to Mt. Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 28, 1914
James Davoran, beloved husband of Annie, nee McNamara, fond father of Nora, Esther, Margaret, and James, brother of John, Thomas, and Dennis Davoran. Funeral from his late residence, 6910 Bishop-st., Sunday, March 1, at 9 a.m., to St Brendan's church, thence to Mount Olivet. Native of County Clare , Ireland; member of St. Malachv's Court, 904, C. O. F. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - July 23, 1915
Bridget Deloughery, beloved sister of Mrs. J. Carey, Mrs. J. J. Kinnian, Michael, Honor, and John Deloughery, native of Carrigaholt, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Saturday, July 24, at 9 a.m., from the residence of her sister, 3712 Grenshaw-st., to St. Finbar's church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by autos to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - October 17, 1915
Henry Droney, Oct, 16, 1915, dearly beloved husband of Mary, nee Nagle, beloved father of Lillian, Cecelia, James, and Margaret Droney, fond brother of Mrs. J. Meehan. Mrs. P. Nagle, Mrs. J. Sullivan, Mrs. T. Barton, at his residence, 8411 W. 38th-st. Funeral Monday, Oct. 18, at 9 a.m., to St. Agnes church, where high mass will be celebrated. by autos to Mount Olivet; member of Patrick Henry council No. 628, N. U.; native of Ennistymon, County Clare , Ireland. For seats or autos, call yards 685. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - November 01, 1914
Patrick Frost, Oct. 29, 1914, formerly of Meelick, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 1, 1914, from Rainey Bros. chapel, 1013 E. 47th-st. Burial private, Limerick, Ireland, papers please copy. 



Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 25, 1913
Patrick J. Garrity, beloved husband of the late Kate, nee Dwyer, and father of Daniel; brother of Catherine and Daniel; native of Tullig, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m., from late residence, 2849 Emerald-av., to All Saints' church, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. Member of Father Perez council No. 1444. K. of C. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 24, 1918
Michael Haren, private at South Bend, Wash., beloved brother of John and Deha Haren and Catherine, Joseph, and Mary Moroney, native of County Clare , Ireland. Member of Holy Name society, Knights of Columbus, and A. O. H. of Detroit, Mich. For information call Yards 662. Detroit papers please copy. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - May 04, 1916
Martin G. Henchy, husband of the late Margaret, nee Bergman, fond uncle of Delia, Marie, Neil, and Willie. Native of Carrigaholt, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral from late residence, 6314 S. Irving-av., Friday, May 5, 9:30 a.m., to St. Rita's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; thence by automobiles to Mount Olivet.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - December 02, 1907
Martin Hickey, beloved son of Patrick and Margaret Hickey of parish of Killard, County Clare , Ireland, and brother of James Hickey, Chicago, departed this life Saturday at 1 o'clock p.m. at St. Bernard's hospital, Englewood, Ill., age 27 years. Member of Order of Hibernians. Funeral services Monday, Dec. 2, 9 a.m., from Church of Visitation, Garfield-blvd., and S. Peoria-st. Wake at residence of Simon Kitson, 5610 May-st., Chicago. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - May 20, 1917
Patrick Hogan, at the residence of his cousin, John Hogan, 4310 Grenwood-av., beloved son of Johanna and the late John fond brother of Mrs. M. Gantley, Mary, John, and Martin Hogan. Native of Moveen, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral notice later. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 22, 1917
James W. Hough, beloved husband of Mary Hough, nee Norton, father of Mrs. J. J. Clancy, Thomas P., John M., Margaret M., and Anna V. Hough, brother of Thomas, Michael, and Anna Hough, and Mrs. S, Kitson; native of Dunbeg, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Friday, Feb. 23, at 9:30 a.m., from his late residence, 2447 N. Hamlin-av., to Our Lady of Grace church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated. Automobiles to Mount Olivet. Member of Annunciation court no. 28, C. O. F. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 17, 1915
Patrick Houlihan beloved husband of Ann Houlihan, nee Fitzgerald, father of Molly Houlihan and brother of the late John Houlihan. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 18, at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 1615 Mc-Henry-st., to Annunciation church, where high mass will be celebrated; carriages to Calvary. Native of parish of Listeen, County Clare , Ireland. 


Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 21, 1918
Patrick Houlihan, beloved brother of Michael and James Houlihan of Buffalo, N. Y., native of County Clare , Ireland, member of division No. 241, Street Car Men's union, at residence of Mrs. Shannon, 5420 May-st. Funeral notice later. For information call Yards 662. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - October 20, 1918
Delia Howe, nee Shannon, beloved wife of Denis M., fond mother of Margaret, Edward, Mary and Lillian Howe, sister of Simon, Denis, Mary, Thomas, and Mrs. M. Quant, at her residence, 726 W. 47th-pl. Funeral Monday at 11 a.m., by autos to Mt. Olivet; native of Cranny, County Clare , Ireland. Please omit flowers. Funeral private. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 20, 1890
Mrs. Mary T. Kane, beloved wife of Thomas Kane, nee Houliban, native of Knockngharhoon, Parish of Carigholt, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday, Sept. 21, from her late residence, 749 West Fourteenth-st., at 9 o'clock sharp, to Sacred Heart Church thence by carriages to Calvary. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - August 28, 1914
James Keane, beloved son of Bridget, nee Carrigg, of County Clare , Ireland, brother of Michael, Patrick, John, Martin, Joseph, and Minnie. Member of Shipping Clerk council No. 22. Royal League. Funeral Sunday, Aug. 30, at 9 a.m., from his brother's residence, 4714 Evans-av., to Holy Angles church, thence to Mount Olivet by automobiles. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - August 05, 1916
Michael Keane, son of Bridget, nee Lillis, and late Michael, brother of John, Pat, Bridget, Mary, and Sarah Keane, native of Parish of Mullough, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday, Aug. 6, at 12 m., from 214 So. Kedzie-av., to Our Lady of Sorrows church, autos to Mount Carmel. Member of Division 241, A. A. of S., and E. R. E. of A. For seats or limousines call Kedzie 2394. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 22, 1918
Michael Keane, beloved husband of Delia Keane, nee McGuire, brother of Patrick and Margaret Keane and Mrs. Michael Connell; native of Munmore, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Saturday, Feb. 23, at 9:30 a.m., from his late residence, 1151 Cherry-av., to Church of the Immaculate Conception, where high mass will be celebrated. Autos to Mt. Olivet. Division 8, A. O. H., will meet at 8:30 p.m., Friday evening at Halsted and Division-st. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - July 15, 1917
Daniel Kelley, July 13, beloved husband of Katherine, nee Mulligan, fond father of Mary B., Daniel M., and the late Joseph; member of St. Elizabeth's court, No. 22, C. O. F., and Inter Ocean council Royal Arcanum; native of Kildysart, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Monday, July 16, at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 4314 5th-av., to St. Cecilia's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; autos to Mount Olivet. For seats call Yards 884. Brooklyn, N. Y., papers please copy. 


Chicago Tribune (IL) - December 27, 1914
GEN. SIR THOMAS KELLY-KENNY, formerly adjutant general of the British forces, is dead. His home was at Doolough Lodge, in County Clare , where he had lived since his retirement in 1907. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - September 20, 1913
James, beloved husband of Catherine [nee McGrath], father of Joseph, John, James, Patrick, and the late Mary, brother of Patrick, Dennis, Daniel, William, Mrs. Mary Madigan; native of O'Callaghan Mills, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday at 9 a.m. from late residence, 5257 Union-av., to Visitation church, thence by carriages to Halsted-st. depot, by cars to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - May 06, 1914
Anna Lyons, May 4, suddenly at her residence, 6952 Throop-st., dearly beloved wife of James and fond mother of James and Cecelia, daughter of John and Ella Ryan, sister of Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Sheehy, John, Delia, Nellie, Margaret, Josephine, Katherine, Agnes, Patrick, James, and Martin Ryan. Native of Broadford, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Thursday, May 7, at 9 a.m., to St. Brendin's church, where high mass will be celebrated. Interment at Mount Olivet by autos. Arrangements for seats may be made by calling J. J. Sulliman, Wentworth 5829. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 25, 1913
Thomas Mahoney, April 22, at Burlington, N. Dak., son of the late Patrick and Mary Mahoney, native of Moveen, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Saturday, April 26, from his sister's residence, Mrs. John Keane, 9217 Ontario-av., at 8 a.m., to St. Patrick's church, by carriages to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 04, 1913
Mrs. Mary Mahoney, nee Collins, wife of the late Patrick Mahoney, formerly of Moveen, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral from the late residence, 9217 Ontario-av., South Chicago, Saturday, at 8:30 a.m., St. Patrick's church, by carriages to Mount Olivet. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 23, 1916
Edmund Mahony, April 20, aged 85 years, beloved husband of the late Mary Mahony, nee Gorman, father of Bridget C., Bernard J., David A., Edmund J., Joseph B., Dennis M., John V., Michael P., and the late Mary A., Annie M., Patrick J., and Thomas A. Mahony; native of Newtown, Carrigboth, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Sunday, April 28, from his late residence, 4410 N. Western, 12:15, to Queen of Angels' church, autos to Calvary, Seats, 624 Monroe. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 23, 1913
Patrick Maloney, Feb. 21, 1913, beloved husband of Susan Maloney, nee Cunningham, fond father of Catherine Maloney, brother of Simon, James, Michael, Bartholomew, Peter, Martin, Delia, and Margaret, and Mrs. Mary Howe. Native of the parish of Doonbeg, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral from late residence, 3830 Emerald-av., Monday, Feb. 24, at 9 a.m. to St. David's church, where high mass will be celebrated, by carriages to Mount Olivet. Member of Commonwealth council, Royal League, No. 72, and Master Horseshoers' Protective association. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - December 11, 1917
Elizabeth Maloney [nee Clancy], beloved wife of Bartholomey Maloney and mother of Michael, Elizabeth, and Anne, Mary Maloney, native if Killard parish, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Wednesday. Dec. 12, at 9:30 a.m., from her late residence, 1473 W. 73d-st., to St. Brendan's church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, autos to Mount Olivet. The members of St. Mary of Mount Carmel branch 1127, L. C. B. A., are requested to meet at the home of the deceased at 8 o'clock this evening. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 08, 1917
Thomas J. McGrath, April 2, at Brainard, Minn., beloved son of John and the late Mary [nee Learhenain], fond brother of Michael, Mrs. Thomas Cleary, Patrick, William, Mary, John, and the late Jane McGrath, native of Dysart Kilrush, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 2346 Madison-st., to Precious Blood church, by autos to Mount Carmel. New York and New Rochelle papers please copy. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 28, 1918
Johanna McNamara, nee Kelly, beloved wife of the late Edward, fond mother of John E., Joseph P., Stephen, Minnie, Lillie, and the late Patrick, sister of Mary Kelly and Bridget Quilty of Sydney. Australia. Native of Parish Parteen, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from her late residence, 830 W. 36th-st., to Nativity church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated; by autos to Mount Olivet. For seats call Yards 867. Member of division No. 1, L. A., A. O. H. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 01, 1916
Mary Meaney, nee Galvin, beloved wife of the late Patrick Meaney, mother of Margaret, Mary, James, and the late Michael and Patrick Meaney, and grandmother of the late Francis Meaney. Funeral Sunday, April 2, at 9 a.m., from the late residence, 1613 N. Wright-st., to the Annunciation church. Automobiles to Calvary. Native of County Clare , Ireland. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 26, 1914
John J. Meehan, June 25, 1914, dearly beloved husband of Kitty [nee Droney] fond father of Henry, John, Susie, Catherine, and Mary Meehan, brother of Patrick, Michael, Mrs. Flannigan and the late Mrs. Carney at residence, 3811 Emerald-av. Funeral Sunday, June 28, at 8 a.m. to Nativity church, thence by autos to Mount Olivet. Member of Gen. Meagher council No. 493. National Union, Electric council No 50, K. O. T. M. Native of Inagh, County Clare , Ireland. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - May 25, 1913
John J. Mescall, beloved husband of Delia, nee Mariman; fond father of Joseph, John, Thomas, Catherine Lauretta Margaret, and Mamie; brother of James and Peter Mescall; native of Danganelly, Parish of Coraclare County Clare , Ireland: member of Lafayette council, K. of C. and McMullin court No. 46. C. O. F. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m. from late residence 508 N. Paulina-st., to St. Columbkill's church, where high mass will be celebrated; by carriages to Mount Olivet. 



Chicago Tribune (IL) - November 23, 1918
John Murdock, Nov. 22. Born County Clare , Ireland, June 2, 1859. Husband of Mary, nee McGahgie. Funeral Monday, 2:30 p.m., from late residence, 10207 Purnell-av. 


Chicago Tribune (IL) - January 28, 1913
Peter S. O'Dea, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Murray; son of the late Simon and Mary O'Dea, nee Gorman, native of Newton. County Clare , Ireland; father of May, Ella, and Peter O'Dea. Funeral Wednesday, at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 3251 5th-av., to St. James' church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. Member of Englewood council, Royal Arcanum. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - June 10, 1917
BROTHER OF JOHN REDMOND WOUNDED, DIES WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE, June 9. -- William Hoey Kearney Redmond, Irish Nationalist leader, brother of John Redmond, died in an ambulance today while on the way to a hospital back from the fighting line, where he was wounded.   Redmond had been a member of parliament from east County Clare since 1892. He was born in 1861 and was a barrister.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 14, 1916
Catherine Scanlan, beloved sister of Mrs. Amelia Mangan, nee Scanlan; native of Carrigaholt, County Clare , Island. Member of St. Cecilia court, No. 22, W. C. O. F. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 9:30 a.m., from the residence of her sister, Mrs. John Mangan, 7700 Lowe-av., by autos to St. Leo's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to Mount Olivet. For seats phone Prospect 3796.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 28, 1913
Martin Scanlan, April 26, 1913, beloved husband of Mary, nee Doherty, fond father of May and Martin. native of County Clare , Ireland member of St. Mel's court No. 157. C. O. F. Funeral from his late residence, 4343 Park-av., Tuesday, April 29, at 9 a.m., to St. Mel's church. where high mass will be celebrated. Carriages to Mt. Carmel. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - December 26, 1914
Thomas Scanlon, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Canty, fond father of Josephine, brother of Michael and Patrick Scanlon and the late Mrs. Ellen Smith, Mrs. Margaret Scanlon, and Mrs. Minnie O'Dea. Funeral Sunday, Dec. 27, at 8:30 a.m., from late residence, 927 W. 38th-st., to Nativity church by carriages to 49th and Halsted-st. depot. trains to Mount Olivet. Native of Carrigaholt, County Clare , Ireland. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - March 11, 1913
Thomas Sheehan, March 9, beloved husband of Mary, nee Kelly, father of William, Mary, Michael, John, Edward, and the late Margaret Sheehan, brother of Patrick, John, and Officer Michael Sheehan, at his residence, 1846 N. Robey-st., native of County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Wednesday, March 12, at 9 sharp, to Annunciation church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by carriages to Calvary. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - October 15, 1918
John Sullivan, beloved son of Patrick and the late Mary Sullivan, fond brother of Mrs. Bart Golden, James P., Michael of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Margaret McGann, Mrs. Della Maddigan, Mrs. Nellie McGowan, Nora, Patrick, Susan, Katie, and the late Thomas Sullivan of Cree, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 16, from his sister's residence, 340 W. 43d st., at 9 a.m., to St. Cecelia's church, by autos to Mount Olivet. Member of Policemen's Benevolent association. For information call Prospect 3889.

Chicago Tribune (IL) - February 14, 1918
Mary Ann Synan, nee McCarthy, native of Kilkee, County Clare , Ireland, at residence, 5141 N. Western-av. beloved wife of Patrick and fond mother of Cecelia, Mary, and John, sister of Patrick McCarthy and Mrs. A. J. Haffner. Funeral Thursday at 9:30 a.m., to St. Mathias church, where high mass will be celebrated. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - April 04, 1913
Mary Walsh, nee Cooney, April 3d, 1913, beloved wife of Martin Walsh, sister of Mrs. M. Burke, Michael and John Cooney, native Kilrush, County Clare , Ireland, at her residence, 3153 So. .[MISSING-TEXT]. Funeral notice later. 

Chicago Tribune (IL) - October 07, 1915
William Williams, Oct. [MISSING-TEXT] beloved father of M. W. Williams and Mrs. Jane Hetherington, aged 83 years and 6 months, native of Kilrush, County Clare , Ireland. Funeral Friday, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 604 W. Garfield-blvd., to Church of Visitation, interment at Calvary, by autos. Please omit flowers. For seats or autos call Yards 708. 

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