BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES - TRANSCRIPTIONS

    

BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES - TRANSCRIPTIONS

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Clare Born Death, 1 Florida, 2 Hawaii


Obituaries from California Newspapers for Clare born immigrants.


Chicago Examiner - Obituaries of Clare born. 


 California Deaths of Clare Born


Deaths Of Clare Born, In USA (2) 

Deaths Of Clare Born Folk, In USA 


Marriages Of "Clare Born" From The Derry Journal 


Clare Obituaries and Deaths from the Chicago Examiner 1908 - 1918 



California Newspapers Obituaries For Clare Born Immigrants 1882-1913 



Ennis Chronicle 1814 Jun 8 


 Ennis Chronicle 1814 April 20 

http://astheywere.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/ennis-chronicle-1814-april-20.html











West Gippsland Gazette (Warragul, Vic. : 1898 - 1930

Tuesday 17 July 1906

In Memoriam. 
REIDY.—In sad but fond remembrance   of my dear mother, Mrs Hannah Reidy, who died at Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. Thou art gone, but not forgotten, You were always kind and true; While we travel through life's journey We will always think of you. Inserted by her loving daughter Mrs Walter Kelly, Albert-St., Warragul.

Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918
                    
Wednesday 23 July 1862

MARRIAGE.
On the 17th instant, at California Gully, MR JAMES M'GURK, Tyrone, Ireland, to Mary, only daughter of R. BOURKE, Esq., Clare, County Clare, Ireland.

Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932)
Saturday 15 December 1888

MARRIAGE. MEEHAN— DOYLE.— November 1st, at the R. C. Church, Bourke, by the Rev. Walter Curran, P.P., Michael, second son of the late Michael Meehan, County Clare, Ireland, to Maria, fifth daughter of Patrick Doyle, Esq. King's County, Ireland.


Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954)
Wednesday 5 November 1884 

MARRIAGE.        
GREENALSH—BRODERICK.—At St. Paul's    
Church, Rockhampton, on the 16th October,
John Greenalsh, of Rockhampton, to Maria,     daughter of Michael Broderick, County   Clare, Ireland.  
Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954)
Wednesday 18 December 1872  

MARRIAGE.

MINOGUE—DILLON — On the 13th inst., by the Rev.  
Father O'Connell, at St. Kilian's Church, Sandhurst,
Dennis Minogue, sixth son of Mr. Michael Minogue, 
County Clare, Ireland, to Katie Dillon, youngest daughter 
of Mr. Edmond Dillon, County Limerick.


MARRIED, On the 27th instant, by the Rev. Father Hodeburg, John Daniel O'Sullivan, Berehaven, County Cork, Ireland, to Bridget O'Grady, Keldysart, County Clare, Ireland.
The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser (Toowoomba, Qld. : 1858 - 1880)

Tuesday 29 May 1866





MARRIAGE. GILLIGAN- FRAWLEY. - On the 22nd, by the Rev. Father Dunne, St Patrick's, Toowoomba, Michael Gilligan, of Kilmaley, County Clare, Ireland, to Bridget Frawley, eldest daughter of Thomas Frawley, of the same place. Clare Free- man, please copy.            
Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904)   

Wednesday 28 March 1888



DIED. LAND. - At her residence on Wednesday, March 15th, ANN, the beloved wife of James Land, aged 48 years, native of County Clare, Ireland. 
N.B. Both papers as below...
Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904)
 Saturday 24 March 1888 

Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954)
 Saturday 22 February 1890




DEATH. HILL.—On February 16th, at Rix's Creek, Thomas Hill, late of County Clare, Ireland, aged 80 years.
The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW : 1876 - 1948)

 Saturday 10 May 1884

DEATH.     DAVOREN.— On the 3rd instant, at the Prince of Wales' Hotel, Grenfell, Patrick Davoren, formerly of County Clare, Ireland ; aged 40 years. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1884.

Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954)    Saturday 22 January 1870

DEATH.
O'Neill.—On the 29th November last, at Feakle,
County Clare, Ireland, John O'Neill, father of Peter O'Neill, member of the police force, Echuca; aged 70 years.
Saturday 22 January 1870




DEATH.
On the 28th instant, at Mundy-street, Sandhurst, Miss Mary Johannah O'Dea, daughter of the late John O'Dea, of Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland.  


Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918)   Tuesday 29 October 1867     














PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER NEWSPAPER 

Transcribed and donated by Lorri...

Mar 23, 1897

Francis O'Neill, son of Mary and late James, 
of Stramore Derry Ireland
age 36, 
residence 1708 Wharton St Philadelphia.
St Thomas Aquinas Church  Holy Cross Cem.

                            *************************


June 10, 1907

Mary White (nee McMenami ?) age 82 wife of James White
of County Tyrone Ireland
residence 801 Jersey Ave Gloucester NJ
St Mary's Church and Cemetery.

                             *************************



Jan 7 1914

John Meara native of Tipperary Ireland
viewing from Brother in law's Residence 
2516 N. Marshall St. Philadelphia
St Edwards Church.   Holy Sepulchre Cem.

                               *************************



Jan 15  1917

Delia Conalley (nee O'Donnell) age 35 wife of David Conalley 
daughter of late Neil and Bridget ODonnell of 
Neenbalnd, Burtonport County Donegal Ireland.
Jenkentown Rd. Weldon Pa. 
St Lukes Church  Holy Sepulchre Church

                                **************************

May 21 1891


Margaret Merrick age 70 wife of Andrew
Native of Ballindine County Mayo Ireland
St James Church Philadelphia.
Cathedral Cemetery.

                                **************************

Jan 15 1917

Michael Dugan husband of Mary Dugan
from Clonmell County Tipperary Ireland
Holy Cross Cemetery Philadelphia Pa.

                                 **************************

Jan 11 1917

Hugh Friel, husband of late Catherine nee Kelly
of townland of Barnes County Donegal
residence 2924 Annin St. Philadelphia Pa.
St Anthonys Church
Holy Cross Cemetery.

                                  *************************



Nov 22  1915


Catherine wife of Joseph Brennan age 33

Daughter of Charles and Ann Herman of County Donegal Ireland

St Monicas Church Phila.Pa. Holy Cross Cemetery




                                 *************************
                                                         

Feb 27  1902


Mary McKinney age 42
daughter of Owen and Catherine Lafferty of County Tyrone, Ireland
Residence 2125 Montrose St Phila pa.
St Charles Church   Holy Cross Cemetery

                                *************************


Mar 1 1902

James McIlroy son of John and Ann McIroy of Culbane County Antrim Ireland.
Residence 2543 Ellsworth St Phila.
St Anthonys Church
New Cathedral Cemetery

                                  *************************

Feb 6 1896

Hugh Malone age 21 son of late Patrick and Catherine Malone of Parish
Bellintemple County Cavan Ireland.
Residence 1240 Cadwalder St Philadelphia. 
St Michaels Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                   *************************
Oct 8 1895

Isabella McSorley, wife of Charles Downey
Daughter of late Arthur McSorley and Catherine O'Brien
of Ramackin County Tyrone Ireland
St Augustine Church Phila.
Cathedral Cemetery

                                  *************************
Dec 30 1900 

( I think the paper made a mistake and the date is Dec 30 1899)? (from Lorri)

Dan Curren age 30 of Butte Montana, 
son of Dan and Grace Curren  of
Oldtown, County Donegal Ireland
residence 333 Penn St Bristol Pa.   St. Marks Cemetery

                                 *************************



May 21 1891





William Montgomery age 32 suddenly

son of Joseph and Margaret Montgomery 

of Bright Stuartstown County Tyrone Ireland.



Residence of brother Joseph of 1831 Chadwick St
Philadelphia Pa.  Northwood Cem.

                                 *************************

Sept 6 1901 

(partial)

Joseph Garry age 21 son of Steven and Murah (Moyra?)
of ?illmore, Ireland
residence 2161 N Darien St Philadelphia. Pa.


                                *************************


Nov 21  1915

(partial)



Mary Carr, daughter of Hugh and Ellen nee Mc???

of County Donegal Ireland

St Agathas Church Philadelphia.

Holy Cross Cemetery.


                               *************************


Nov 22  1915



Catherine, wife of Joseph Brennan age 33

Daughter of Charles and Ann Herman of County Donegal, Ireland

St Monicas Church Phila.Pa. Holy Cross Cemetery


                              *************************


Feb 27  1902



Mary McKinney age 42

daughter of Owen and Catherine Lafferty of County Tyrone, Ireland

Residence 2125 Montrose St Phila Pa.

St Charles Church   Holy Cross Cemetery

                               *************************

Mar. 1 1902


James McIlroy 

son of John and Ann McIlroy of Culbane County Antrim, Ireland.

Residence 2543 Ellsworth St Phila.

St Anthonys Church

New Cathedral Cemetery

                                *************************

Feb 6 1896


Hugh Malone age 21 

son of late Patrick and Catherine Malone of Parish

Bellintemple County Cavan Ireland.

Residence 1240 Cadwalder St Phila. 

St Michaels Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                  *************************

Oct. 8 1895


Isabella McSorley, wife of Charles Downey

Daughter of late Arthur McSorley and Catherine O'Brien

of Ramackin County Tyrone Ireland

St Augustine Church Phila

Cathedral Cemetery

                               *************************

May 21, 1891


William Montgomery age 32, suddenly

son of Joseph and Margaret Montgomery 

of Bright Stewartstown County Tyrone Ireland.

Residence of brother Joseph of 1831 Chadwick St

Phila Pa.  Northwood Cemetery

                                *************************

May 21 1891

Margaret Merrick age 70, wife of Andrew
Native of Ballindine County Mayo Ireland
St James Church Phila.
Cathedral Cemetery


                                 *************************


 Mar 15, 1904



Julia Dunn 

daughter of John and Margaret Dunn 

of parish Kilcummin

Oughterard County Galway Ireland.
Res.2122 Winter St Phila
Cathedral Church  Holy Cross Cemetery

                                  *************************

April 2 1895

Annie Kelly, wife of Thaddeus  
daughter of late Nicholas and Bridget Rourke 
of Carragh County Kildare, Ireland.
Res. 2421 N. Third St Phila.
St Edwards Church
New Cathedral Cemetery

                                   *************************

 Mar 29, 1892

James McDonnell 
of County Cavan, Ireland
from res. of his brother Patrick McDonnell 
903 s. 10th St Phila
St Pauls Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                    *************************

Feb. 3 1894


Margaret Costello, wife of Thomas P. Costello

daughter of Rose and late Micheal Reiley 

of County Monaghan, Ireland.

Res. 719 Selfridge St Phila.

St Charles Church   Holy Cross Cemetery


                                    *************************


 Jan. 7, 1914



Hugh Maguire, 

husband of late Margaret McMenamunt. (possibly McMenamins)

son of late Daniel and Cathrine Maguire 

of Desert, County Tyrone, Ireland
at the res. of brother Henry Maguire 
1630s 21st  Phila.
St Edmond Church
New Cathedral Cemetery

                                    *************************

May 3, 1902

Julia Fitzpatrick, 
daughter of late Corneilus and Mary Fily 
of Ballygervin Queens County Ireland
res. Ridge Ave. Falls of Schuylkill
St Columba Church

                                    ************************





April 19, 1909



Peter Rilley husband of Bridget Rilley of  

Knockbride (?) County Cavan, Ireland.
from Res. of his brother in law John Smith 
1715 Lippincott St. Phila. 
St Stephens Church
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery


                                      *************************

Feb 27 1902

Hugh McGovern (suddenly) 
son of Peter and late Ann McGovern of County Cavan, Ireland
Res. 2717 e. Thomson St Phila. 25th Ward
St Ann Church  Holy Cross Cemetery


                                       *************************


 Dec 1 1897



Felix McWilliams 

of Drumconrady, County Derry.  

Invited No14A.O.H and St Patrick NCBU37

at the res. of Peter Heron 
630 Union St Phila.
St Agathas Church
New Cathedral Cemetery

                                         *************************




 April 3 1895



Anthony Gillespie age 27

son of Bernard and Unity Gillespie 

of County Donegal, Ireland.
Res. of his brother in law Patrick Monahan 
1239 Charlotte St Phila.
St Michaels Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                          *************************


April 10 1898



Michael Doody 

native of Doneralle County Cork, Ireland 

age 30

from res. of his brother John Doody 
of Switchville Jenkintown Pa.
Immaculate Church Jenkintown Pa.
New Cathedral Cemetery


                                         *************************


May 20 1891



Mary E. Campbell 

daughter of Hugh and late Mary McCaffrey

granddaughter of late William and Margaret McCaffrey 

of Armagh Ireland
res. 2019 Christian St Phila. St Anthonys Church
New Cathedral Cemetery

                                          *************************


April 4  1895
James Guilfoy 
of County Westmeath, Ireland.
Late res. 1145 Winton St Phila.  (no other info)


                                         *************************

Jan 17 1906


suddenly John Ward, husband of Margaret Ward

son of Margaret and late John Ward 

of Driminhane (Dromineer?)

County Tipperary, Ireland.

Late Res. 1343 Wood St Phila. due notice of funeral


                                           *************************



Mar 25 1899



Cecillia Healy 

daughter of late Anthony and Cecillia Dease

niece of DR John Coughlin 

of Cloonmore Ballindine County Mayo, Ireland
from res. of son in law John McGuire
2432 Pine St Phila.
St Patricks Church Phila.  Holy Cross Cemetery

                                         *************************


Jan 12 1917



Jeremiah McGlynn husband of Mayme (?)nee Etherson

son of Grace nee Gallagher of Donegal, Ireland

St Veronica Church Phila.

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

                                           *************************

May 5 1902

Isbella Henry age 21
daughter of late Peter and Sarah 
of Maghera County Derry Ireland
res corner of 20th and McKean Phila.
(no other info)

                                             *************************


Jan 11 1917



Hugh Friel, husband of late Catherine nee Kelly

late of townland of Barnes County Donegal, Ireland 

2921 Annin St Phila.

St Anthony Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                            *************************


Mar 13 1904



Mary Dill 

daughter of Thomas and Sarah Dill 

of Manor Cunningham Londonderry Ireland

Mt Moriah Cemetery

                                              *************************


April 18, 1909



Edward Mc Gonigle husband of Bridget nee Haughlen

of Malin Donegal Ireland

Res. 3415 Sunnyside Ave Falls of Schuylkill Pa.

St Bridgets Church
Holy Cross Cemetery.

                                             *************************


Mar 17 1891 



Mena A. Truckenmiller  age 22

daughter of Daniel A, and Harriet Cody

Due notice

no other info

                                             *************************



Jan 15 1917



Rose Clark  wife of James Clark

daughter of late James and Ellen Mohan 

of Inver Co Donegal Ireland

St Gregory BVM Church Phila.
St Denis Cemetery.

                                            *************************


Jan 9 1917 



Maria Barron nee Durr, died Jan 5

native of Ballintubber County Roscommon Ireland

Res. 5404 Girard Ave. Phila.

Our Lady of Victory Church
Holy Cross Cemetery.

                                             *************************


Mar 18  1917



Sarah McNulty wife of Patrick McNulty

native of Foxford County Mayo

res. 1209 S. 28th St Phila.

St Anthonys Church, Holy Cross Cemetery.

                                            *************************



May 16, 2013



Mary Ellen Moeve (?) Hamilton, 

b. Sept 23, 1938 Sligo Ireland

daughter of late John and Mary Gillen
wife of John "Noel" Hamilton
Sts Peter and Paul Cemetery

                                           *************************



July 19, 1905



Hannah McCormick, 

wife of James McCormick 

of County Donegal Ireland

res. 648 N. Thirty Eighth St Phila.
St Agathas Church
Cathedral Cemetery

                                            *************************


Nov. 21, 1900



Thomas Nugent 

son of late Thomas and Fanny Nugent, nee Blackburn

grandson of late Peter and Mary Farrel 

of County Wexford Ireland
res. 1612 Marston St Phila. due notice will be given.


                                            *************************

Mar. 19 1917

Bridget McNamee 
daughter of late Michael and Nancy McNamee
of County Tyrone Ireland.
res. 1034 s. 22nd St Phila. 
St Edmonds Church, Holy Cross Cemetery.

                                             *************************

May 8 1900


Ellen McCool 

daughter of late John and Jane McCool 

of Stranorlar County Donegal Ireland.

Res. 300 Noble St Phila.  

St Agustines Church, New Cathedral Cemetery


                                              *************************


July 19, 1905



Annie Neafsey 

daughter of Mary and late James Neafsey 

of Swinsford County Mayo Ireland.

from res. of brother in law James W. Wyse 629 Moss St Phila.
Mother of Sorrows Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                              *************************

Feb 14  1896

Margaret McNelis 
of Finadose ( ?) County Donegal Ireland
res 1637 Amboy St. Phila.
St. Malachy Church
Holy Cross Cemetery

                                            ************************

                                            
Jan 20 1906

Bridget Prendergast, widow of Peter.
native of Derry County Wexford Ireland
res. 2153 Stewart St Phila.
St Elizabeth Church, Holy Cross Cem.

                                             ************************  

                                                     
Feb 4 1909

Ann Moran nee McDonald, wife of Patrick
County Louth, Ireland
res. 1933 Pierce St ., Phila.
St Thomas Aquinas Church Cathedral Cem.

                                          ************************  

Feb 4, 1909

Patrick Gillespie Husband of Maggie nee McGinley
son of Patrick and Catherine Gillespie of Parish Doa, County Donegal Ireland
res. 3847 Melon St. Phila.
St Agathas Church Holy Cross Cem.

                                       ************************  

Feb 7, 1902

James Carroll, from res. of son in law John J. Later
504 Fitzwater St Phila. 
St Philips Church, Holy Cross Cem.

                                     ************************  


Sept. 9 1907

Mary Burke, wife of Martin Burke, daughter of John and Bridget Riley
of County Mayo, Ireland. age 38
res. 2239 St Albans St., Phila.
St Charles Church. Holy Cross Cem.

                                   ************************  


Mar 27 1899

Elizabeth Elliott, late of Newton St., and County Tyrone Ireland
age 41
from Res. of son in law George W. Sheldon, Maple Ave. Ardmore, Pa
Internment private.

                                   ************************  

Mar. 11 1904

Matthew Gallagher age 32 of Duluth Minn
son of Late James and Mary Gallagher of Culmore, County Mayo
at the res. of Brother James J. Gallagher 4380 Germantown Ave, Nicetown Pa.
St. Stephan Church, Holy Sepulchre Cem.

                                  ************************  


Mar 18, 1891

John Keenan age 41 son of Catherine and late Francis Keenan
native of Seekinshule, County Tyrone Ireland.
Late res. 2633 Naudain St., Phila.
St Patricks Church, Cathedral Cem.

                                 ************************  


June 21, 2013

James Sweeney age 82 carpenter and builder 
from Carragart, Co Donegal, Ireland,
res Ardley Pa.
husband of Mary nee Keown,
Holy Martyrs Church Oreland Pa. Holy Sepulchre Cem.

                                ************************  

Jan 8 1917

William J. Hennessey, husband of Anna nee Freint
of County Galway Ireland. res. 3139 N. Pennock St Phila.
Corpus Christie Church, Holy Sepulchre Cem.

                                ************************  



July 31 2013

Mary nee Duffy, OToole. age 94
Berlin N.J.    born County Roscommon, Ireland
Wife of James OToole
St Josephs Church, Collingdale Pa.
St.s Peter and Paul Cem.

                                ************************  


Apr 19 1904

Simon Coffey age 26 son of Bridget and late Patrick
of County Clare Ireland. 
at res. of brother Thomas Coffey 5100 Girard Ave. Phila.
Our Mother of Sorrows Church. St Dennis Cem.

                                ************************  

April 22 1904

Anne Kelley daug. of Edward and late Elizabeth Kelley,
of Parish of Fannet, County Donegal Ireland.
Res. 1602 Spring st Phila.   Due notice
(no cem-no Church.)

                                ************************ 

April 20 1904


Edward Reilly, age 21, son of Owen and Bridget Reilly, 
native of County Cavan Ireland
Res. 4720 Girard Ave Phila.  Our Mother of Sorrows Church
Holy Cross Cem.

                               ************************  


Jan 22  1909 


Mary "Evan" Power of Fie Terence Worrester England.
wife of late Mathew P. Power, 
formerly of Buterstown House County Waterford, Ireland. 
step daughter of Colonel Longhead of Dublin Ireland. 
(no cem. given)

                             ************************  







Courtesy of Marie Crowley



COUNTY CLARE BORN INTERRED IN DERRY CITY CEMETERY
NORTHERN IRELAND1854 – 1986

James Power
Aged:  50 years.  
Died:  21 December, 1857.
Resided:  Chapel Lane
Born:  Killaloe, Clare.

No death notice.
_______________________

Bridget O’Brien
Aged: 11 years.
Died:  24 June, 1885.
Resided:  Walker’s Place, Derry.
Born:  Co. Clare.

No death notice.
_______________________

Ellen Searl
Aged:  25 years.
Died:  8 June, 1895.
Resided:  7 Edenmore Street, Derry.
Born:  Kilkee, Co. Clare.

No death notice.
_______________________
Alice Searl
Aged:  18 years.
Died:  7 April, 1898.
Resided:  9 Ivy Terrace, Derry.
Born:  Carrigaholt, Clare.

SEARL:  April 7, 1898 at her father’s residence 9 Ivy Terrace, Derry.  Alice, fifth daughter of George Searl, aged 18 years.  Funeral will leave for City Cemetery tomorrow Saturday the 9th inst at 3 o’clock.  Friends will please accept this the only intimation.    
Derry Journal:  Friday, April 8, 1898.
Arthur John Adair
Aged:  33 years.
Died:  16 May, 1900.
Resided:  21 Crawford Square, Derry.
Born:  Ennis, Co. Clare.

No death notice
________________________

Anne Doherty
Aged:  70 years.
Died:  16 February, 1906.
Resided: 8 St. Columb’s Street, Derry.
Born:  Clare.

Obituary:  An interesting local personality has just passed away in the person of Mrs Anne (Nancy) Doherty, travelling by the Lough Swilly line from Derry.
The deceased was a humble woman, a fruit vendor and had the privilege within the station accorded her by the management.  Here she pursued her calling for almost a generation in quiet, decent industry, and she with considerable patronage and respect.  She was a worthy old soul, and her merits commended her to everybody who knew her.  Amongst her other privileges she was allowed to travel by the trams free.  Yesterday, the interment took place in the City Cemetery, and was largely attended by the working class.  Father McGeown officiated at the grave.
Derry Journal.  Monday:  February 19, 1906
_________________________
Patrick McAvoy
Aged:  64 years.
Died:  6 March, 1907.
Resided:  104 St. Columb’s Wells, Derry.
Born:  Co. Clare.

No death notice.
_________________________





Henry Searl
Aged:  45 years.
Died:  25 October, 1916.
Resided:  9 Ivy Terrace, Derry.
Born:  Kilkee, Co. Clare.

SEARL:  October 25, 1916.  Henry S. Searl, second son of George Searl
(late R.N.)  Funeral to City Cemetery from his father’s residence 9 Ivy Terrace, Londonderry, tomorrow Friday 27 inst at 2.30p.m.  Friends will please accept this intimation.
Londonderry Sentinel.  Thursday: October 26, 1916.
_________________

John James Mulholland
Aged:  31 years.
Died:  5 March, 1923.
Resided:  4 Baronet Street, Derry.
Born:  Threefield, Co. Clare.

MULHOLLAND:  March 5, 1923 at his father’s residence 4 Baronet Street, Derry.  John James Mulholland (Late P.O. & R.N.) second son of George & Kathleen Mulholland, aged 31 years R.I.P.  Funeral this Wednesday morning at 10.30 o’clock for Requiem Mass in St. Eugene’s Cathedral.  Thence to City Cemetery for interment.  Sacred Heart of Jesus have Mercy on His Soul.
Derry Journal.  Wednesday:  7 March, 1923.
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Almor A. Hollingworth
Aged:  39 years.
Died:  30 December, 1924.
Resided:  19 Dunfield Terrace, Derry.
Born:  Kilrush, Co. Clare.

HOLLINGWORTH: December 30, 1924 at his father’s residence 98 Spencer Road, Waterside, Londonderry.  Almer A. the dearly beloved husband of Nellie Hollingsworth, 19 Dunfield Terrace.  Funeral to City Cemetery today Thursday at half past 2 o’clock.
Londonderry Sentinel.  Thursday:  January 1, 1925.
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John Donnellan
Aged:  58 years.
Died:  17 March, 1925.
Resided:  Mount Royal. 
Born:  Co. Clare.

DONNELLAN:  March 17, 1925 at his residence Mount Royal, Londonderry.  John Donnellan (Customs & Excise) R.I.P.  His remains will be removed to St. Eugene’s Cathedral for Requiem Mass at ten o’clock, Friday morning 20th  inst. Interment immediately afterwards in City Cemetery.  Friends will please accept this intimation.
Derry Journal.  Friday:  20 March, 1925.
John Donnellan, born 20 April, 1867 son of John Donnellan and Catherine Eyres of Querrin.  Sp: Johanna Purtell.  Other siblings, Catherine, born 28 February, 1865.  John, born 20 April, 1867.  Sinon, born 30 May, 1869 and Michael, born 26 September, 1871.
My thanks to Murray Michael Ginnane for the extended family details.
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Andrew S. O’Brien
Aged:  70 years.
Died:  9 March, 1927.
Resided:  23 Bond’s Hill, Derry.
Born:  Ruan, Ennis.

O’BRIEN:  March 9, 1927 at his residence Bond’s Hill, Waterside.  Andrew Stafford O’Brien.  Deeply regretted R.I.P.  Funeral private.
Derry Journal.  Friday: 11 March, 1927.
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Ellen Searl
Aged:  49 years.
Died:  16 February, 1932.
Resided:  Hillcrest, Strabane, Co. Tyrone.
Born:  Clare.

No death notice.
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Mary Moran
Aged:  68
Died:  19 February, 1948.
Resided:  Nazareth House, Derry.
Born:  Co. Clare.

No death notice.
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Laurence Hogan
Aged:  84
Died:  16 July, 1949.
Resided:  44 Beechwood Avenue, Derry.
Born:  Co Clare.

HOGAN:  July 16, 1949 at his residence Mount Brandon, Beechwood Street, Derry.  Laurence Hogan (father of Rev William Hogan S.J. Sydney) R.I.P.  His remains will be removed today Monday, 18 inst at 10.40 am for Requiem mass in St. Eugene’s Cathedral at 11 o’clock.  Funeral to City Cemetery immediately afterwards.  Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his Soul.
Derry Journal:  Monday, 18 July, 1949.
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Michael Behan
Aged: 55 years
Died:  20 December, 1954
Resided:  37 William Street, Derry.
Born:  Clare.

No death notice.
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Jane Donnell
Aged:  62 years
Died:  6 May, 1963.
Resided:  Molenan, Co. Derry.
Born:  Ennis, Co. Clare.

No death notice.
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Patrick Crowley
Aged:  69 years
Died:  25 April, 1968.
Resided:  Great James Street, Derry.
Born:  Clare.

No death notice.
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Patrick Burke
Aged:  82 years
Died:  13 October, 1979.
Resided:  30 Kingsfort Park, Derry.
Born:  Clare.

BURKE:  13 October, 1979 at Altnagelvin Hospital.  Patrick (Ex Sgt RIC & RUC)
Beloved husband of Bridget Burke, 30 Kingsfort Park, formerly of 145 Lone Moor Road and dear father of Eugene, Brendan, Dennis, Mary and Fr. Tom.  His remains were removed on Sunday last at 7.30pm to St. Patrick’s Church Pennyburn, Requiem mass was concelebrated at 10.00 am yesterday Monday.  Funeral took place immediately afterwards to the City Cemetery. Jesus Mercy, Mary Help.    Derry Journal:  Tuesday, 16 October, 1979.


COURTESY OF MARIE CROWLEY

CLARE BORN NOTICES IN THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, U.S.A.


ALLEN: Delia.  August 17, 1950 native of Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved daughter of Dennis and Hannah Torpey Allen, dear sister of Mary McKeown, John, Katherine Murphy and Mary Hopkins, also survived by two sisters and three brothers in Ireland.  Solemn requiem mass Monday, 9.30 am St Thomas Aquinas R.C. Church.  Reposing at Chapel of Joseph G. Duffy, 9th Street and 4th Avenue.   19 August, 1950.   Page:  5


BESTON:  Patrick, beloved husband of Nora (nee Barry) Thursday, September 16, 1937 at his residence 25 Furman Avenue, Brooklyn, native of Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Solemn requiem mass at Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Monday 10.30 am.  Interment Calvary.  Feeney & Sons, Directors.
17 September, 1937.  Page: 19
BESTON:  Nora, on April 30, 1951 dear sister of John Barry of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Reposing at Kearns & Son Funeral Home, 1504 Bushwick Avenue (1 block from 14th Street subway.)  Funeral Friday, 10.30 am.  Solemn mass of requiem Our Lady of Lourdes R.C. Church, 11.00 am .  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.       1 May, 1951.  Page: 9


MRS NORA BESTON,  RITES TOMORROW.
A solemn requiem mass for Mrs Nora Beston, 68, who died Monday at her home 25 Furman Avenue, will be offered at 11 am tomorrow at Our Lady of Lourdes R.C. Church, Broadway and Aberdeen Street.  Until shortly before mass the body will be at Kearns & Sons Funeral Home, 1504 Bushwick Avenue.  Burial will be in St. John’s Cemetery.  Mrs Beston, a native of Co. Clare, Ireland came to the U.S. 50 years ago and was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis.  She was the widow of Patrick Beston, who for many years was a special officer at Evergreen Cemetery.  He died in 1937.  She is survived by a brother, John Barry of Co. Clare, Ireland.
May 3, 1951.  Page:  17


BRENNAN:  On January 1, 1942.  Marie (nee Mulqueen.)  Native of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved wife of Christopher, devoted mother of Mary, John and Edward, sister of Matthew and John Mulqueen.  Reposing William A. Martin Funeral Home, Classon Avenue, corner of Sterling Place.  Funeral Saturday, 11.30 am, requiem mass St. Theresa’s Church.   Interment St. Charles Cemetery.   2 January, 1942.  Page:  13


BURKE:  On Friday March 4, 1932.  Michael J. beloved husband of the late Hannah Burke and loving father of Thomas F, Grace M and daughter in-law Viola F. Burke.  Born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral from his residence 450 50th Street, Brooklyn, Monday March 7, 9.30 am thence to St. Michael’s R.C. Church, 4th Avenue and 42nd Street.
6 March, 1932.  Page: 24


BUTLER:  On May 6, Thomas Butler born in Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, dear father of Mrs Mary Taylor, Mrs William Reid, James, Thomas and Walter.  Funeral from his home 12 Dikeman Street on Monday at 9.30 am, thence to Church of the Visitation where a solemn requiem mass will be offered.
7 May, 1937.  Page:  19


REQUIEM TOMORROW FOR JAMES F. BURKE.
A solemn requiem mass for James F. Burke, father of the Rev James F. Burke of St. Stanislaus R.C. Church, Mespeth, who died on Saturday at his home 729 49th Street, will be celebrated tomorrow at 10.00 am in R.C. Church of St. Agatha.  Interment will be in St. Charles Cemetery, Farmingdale.
Born in Co. Clare, Ireland Mr Burke was a resident of Brooklyn for the past 32 years.  He was a member of the Clareman’s Association the Holy Name Society and the Republican Club of the 9th AD.  He was 60 years old at the time of his death.  He is survived by five sons, Fr. Burke, Vincent, Walter, Emmett, Fergus and Edmund, two daughters Clare and Rita Burke.
7 November, 1938.  Page: 15


CALLAHAN:  John, beloved husband of Aggie McCormick.  Native of Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral Wednesday, 2.00 pm from his late residence 524 Hicks Street.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Flatbush.
10 November, 1891.  Page: 5


CAREY:  ON January 15, 1937.  John, retired sergeant N.Y.P.D. a native of Cooraclare, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of Nora (nee O’Dea) Carey and devoted father of Mary, Anne, William P, John J, James G, Joseph F and Vincent Carey.  Funeral from his residence 116 72nd Street on Monday January 18, at 9.30 am.  Requiem mass Our Lady of Angels R.C. Church.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.
16 January, 1937.  Page: 11




FUNERAL ARRANGED FOR JOHN CAREY RETIRED POLICEMAN.
Born in Ireland he spent 27 years on the Force and reached Sergeant Rank.
Arrangements were completed today for the funeral of Sergeant John Carey, who retired from the Police Department five years ago after long service in several Brooklyn precincts.  The Sergeant died yesterday at his home 116 72nd Street after a long illness.  He was born in Cooraclare, Co. Clare, Ireland on April 12, 1879 and came to this country about 39 years ago.  Joining the Police Force in Manhattan long before consolidation brought Brooklyn into Greater New York, his first assignment was to the old McDougal Street Station in Greenwich Village.  Transferred to Brooklyn after consolidation Sergeant Carey worked in the old Bergen Street Station before that ‘house’ was made part of the new Brooklyn Police H.Q. building and the Parkville Station.  Promoted to Sergeant about ten years ago his last assignment was to Prospect Park Station.  Sergeant Carey retired five years ago after 27 years’ service with the Department.  He was a member of the Sergeants’ Benevolent Association, the Police Department Holy Name Society and Columbus Council of Knights of Columbus.  Survivors are his wife Nora, two daughters Mary and Anne Carey and five sons, William P, John J, Joseph F, James G and Vincent Carey.  Funeral services will be held at the home at 9.30 am, mass followed by a requiem mass in Our Lady of Angles R.C. Church, 73rd and 4thAvenue and interment in Calvary Cemetery.
16 January, 1937.  Page: 11


CHERRY:  Thomas J of Cratloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Suddenly, on Monday June 9, 1947.  Beloved brother of Right Rev. Monsignor John P. Cherry, pastor of St. Anthony’s Church, Brooklyn pf Rev Mother Charles Edward of Brentwood and Sister M. Justa of St Martin of Tours Convent, devoted father of Sister john Patrice of Bishop McDonnell High School, Brooklyn, of Patrick J. of Atlantic City and John F. of Brooklyn.  Solemn requiem mass at St. Anthony’s Church, Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, Thursday June 12 at 10.00am.
10 June, 1947.  Page: 9 


CHERRY:  On December 29, 1946 the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Patrick J. Cherry L.L.D. pastor of St. Michael’s R.C. Church, Bayridge.  Native of Cratloe, Co. Clare, Ireland, son of the late John and Anne Lawney Cherry; brother of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor John F. Cherry, pastor of St. Anthony’s R.C. Church, Greenpoint; Rev Mother Charles Edward O.S.J. of Brentwood; Sister Mary Justa O.S.J. Superior of St. Martin of Tours Convent, Thomas J. Cherry of Ireland, uncle of Sister John Patrick O.S.J. of Bishop McDonnell Memorial.  Reposing at rectory 352 42nd Street until 4.00 pm January 1, 1947.  Funeral Thursday January 2, 1947.  Divine Office 10.00 am.  Solemn requiem mass 10.30 am.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.
31 December, 1946.  Page 7


CONNORS:  Daniel, a Civil War Veteran who fought with Company K of the One Hundred and Thirty-Ninth Regiment, New York Volunteers, died at his home 199 Court Street Saturday.  He was born in the Parish of Feakle, Co. Clare, Ireland and had lived in Brooklyn fifty five years.  He was a member of the Church of St. Paul and leaves a son and a daughter.
27 February, 1911.  Page: 3


COLLIGAN:  John J.  Native of Carniskey, Kilmurray McMahon, Co. Clare, Ireland, on September 25, 1952.  Beloved husband of Mary (nee McMahon) dear father of John J. Jr, Mary F. Nulty, brother of Michael, also Bridget Green, Mary Maloney and Thomas Colligan of Ireland, also survived by five grandchildren.  Funeral from the Malone Funeral Home, 2913 Newtirk Avenue, Monday, 9.30 am.  Solemn requiem mass at 10.00 am Church of the Little Flower.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.


CONNELIE: April 29, 1945.  Mary J. (nee Lillis) of 1193 St. John’s Place.  Born Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland, widow of Thomas J, beloved mother of Thomas G, Mrs Agnes Haas, Joseph B and Mary, also survived by five grandchildren.  Reposing at Walter B Cooke Inc. Funeral Home, 128 Flatbush Avenue until Wednesday, 9.30 am thence to St. Matthew’s R.C. Church where a mass of requiem will be offered.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.


CONWAY:  Bridget (nee McGrath) born in Lisknee, Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland, at her residence 401 Henry Street in December 19, widow of John Conway, survived by three children, John, Elizabeth and Ann, brother, James in Ireland, six grandchildren.  Funeral Wednesday 9.30 a.m. solemn requiem mass at St. Peter’s R.C. Church, Hicks and Warner Streets.
22 December, 1942.  Page: 9

COONEY:  James, of 83 Underhill Avenue died Tuesday.  He was a member of St. Teresa’s Parish for 38 years and was active in the Holy Name Society.  A native of  Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Mr Cooney lived in Brooklyn for 44 years.  He was the husband of the late Rose Cooney and is survived by a daughter Anne Cox and two sisters, Mrs Nora McLaughlin and Mrs Ellen Mullen.  The funeral will be held from his home at 9.30 am Saturday with a solemn mass of requiem at St. Joseph’s R.C. Church.   31 October, 1940.  Page: 13

COMYNS:  James G.  Funeral service for James G. Comyns of 629 61st Street who died Wednesday were held today with a solemn requiem mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help R.C. Church, 59th St & 5th Avenue.  Burial was in St. John’s Cemetery.  Mr Comyns was a member of the Holy Name Society and other Brooklyn organizations.  He is survived by his wife Johanna Lee Comyns, a son the Rev. Joseph Comyns C.S.S.R who is stationed at Mount St. Alphonsus Esophus, N.Y. and a daughter, May; four sisters, Ellen, Mary, Theresa Comyns and Mrs Catherine Knowles and a brother John Comyns of Co. Clare, Ireland.
7 March, 1936.  Page: 11


CONNOLLY:  Margaret M.  On April 14, 1946, born Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of James, devoted mother of Sisters Maureen Frances M.A.B.T.  Clare Frances M.S.B.T.  Frances A. Cuite, James M, Henry P and Robert E Connely, dear sister of Catherine Quilty, John, Patrick and Matthew Keane, grandmother of Thomas and Maureen Cuite.  Reposing at the Chapel, 38 Lafayette Avenue until Wednesday 9.30 am.  Requiem mass St Paul’s R.C. Church Wednesday 10.00 am.  Interment St John’s Cemetery.
16 April, 1946.  Page: 9


Rites Tomorrow For Mrs Connolly (Keane)
A requiem mass will be offered tomorrow at 10.00 am in St. Paul’s R.C. Church, Court and Congress Streets, for Mrs Margaret Connolly, a native of Co. Clare, Ireland who died Sunday night in Holy Family Hospital.  She was 70, lived 121 Bergen Street and had been in this country 55 years.  Burial will be in St. John’s Cemetery.  She was the wife of James W. Connolly, a former vice president of the Brooklyn Federal Savings and Loan Association and a director of the St Patrick Society.  Mrs Connolly is also survived by three daughters, Sister Frances and Sister Clare Frances of the Missionary Servants of the Blessed Trinity and Mrs Frances A. Cuite, three sons, James M, Henry P and Robert E. Connolly, two brothers, John P and Matthew Keane, a sister, Mrs Catherine Quilty and two grandchildren.
16 April, 1946.  Page: 9


CONWAY:  Elizabeth.  February 5, 1949, native of Feakle, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Survived by nieces and nephews.  Funeral from 401 Henry Street Wednesday 9.30 am.  Solemn requiem mass St Peter’s R.C. Church 10.00 am.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
7 February, 1949.  Page: 7


CULLINAN:  Dr Thomas, died Friday at the home of his son Dr Henry J. Cullinan of Linden Avenue of acute heart trouble.  He was born August 6, 1841 at Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, came to this country in 1853 and settled first in Philadelphia, subsequently going to Cincinnati, where most of his life was spent.  He was a member of Company D, One Hundred & Thirty-Seventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry during Civil War, and at one time president of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Cincinnati.  Dr Cullinan took up his residence in Flatbush in 1893, since when as ‘Major’ Cullinan he has been well known, to most of its people.  He was a widower, his wife Frances Ann Molyneux having died in 1897.  Dr Cullinan is survived by one daughter and five sons and made his home with his daughter Charlotte M. Cullinan and his son Dr. Henry M. Cullinan.
7 March, 1910.  Page: 3


CURRAN:  Mrs C.  Pioneer Resident
Mrs Catherine Curran of 21 Temple Court, a pioneer resident of The Park Slope section died yesterday.  She was the mother of Michael Curran, a general foreman of the Brooklyn Edison Co.  George Curran of New York Fire Dept. and two other sons, John and Edward and a sister of Battalion Chief Patrick Cooney of the Fire Dept. also surviving are two daughters, Winifred and Mary and a sister Mrs Margaret Henry, as well as two sisters in Ireland and two in Australia.  Mrs Curran was born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  The funeral will be held Saturday at 10.30 am from her home with a solemn requiem mass at Holy Name R.C. Church and burial in Holy Cross Cemetery.
19 May, 1938.  Page:  15


CURRAN:  Catherine (nee Cooney) native of Co. Clare, Ireland on May 18, 1938, devoted mother of John, Winnifred, Mary, Michael, Edward and George N.Y.F.D. beloved sister of Patrick Cooney, Battalion Chief N.Y.F.D. and Mrs Margaret Henry, also survived by two sisters in Australia and two in Ireland.  Funeral from her residence 21 Temple Court, Saturday 10.30 am thence to R.C. Church of Holy Name, where requiem mass will be offered.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of M. J. Smith, Sons.
19 May, 1938.  Page: 15


CURRAN: Edward T.  
Among the young lawyers sworn in as members of the New York Bar on Wednesday was Edward T. Curran, the son of John Curran of Cappa House, Kilrush, Co; Clare, Ireland.  He is 32 years old and the holder of many degrees.  He saw service in Cuba and the Philippines, he published a dictionary and grammar of Tagalog language.  This book is extensively used there now.  Curran speaks several languages, acquired during his extensive travels.  He is married to the only daughter of the late Jeremiah Fitzpatrick, president of the St. Vincent De Paul Society of New York.
4 October, 1907.  Page: 22


CURRY:  John J, native of Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland, on January 22, 1951.  Beloved husband of Theresa (nee Maloney) dear father of Edward, Dennis, Theresa and Sean, brother of Patrick and Michael of Ireland.  Funeral Friday 9.30 am from the Boyertown Chapel Street, Felix Street and Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn.  Requiem mass St Savour’s Church 10.00 am.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.
25 January, 1951.  Page: 5


DALY:  Mrs Patrick, Ozone Park.  Mother of Priest and Two Nuns.
Mrs Catherine Daly (nee McNamara) of 97-45 106th Street, Ozone Park whose ten children include a priest and two nuns, will be buried tomorrow in Holy Cross Cemetery.  The Rev Vincent P. Holden, nephew to Mrs Daly and a Paulist father stationed in Manhattan will celebrate the solemn requiem mass at 10.00 am at the St. Mary’s Gate of heaven R.C. Church, Ozone Park.  Mrs Daly, well known in Queens due to her participation in Catholic charitable organizations died Thursday at her home.  She was born in Co. Clare, Ireland 57 years ago and came to America in 1901.  She was a member of the Blessed Virgin Social Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, Montfort Auxiliary and the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Michael’s Parish, Brooklyn.
Surviving are her husband Patrick Daly and her son Brother Kevin Patrick of the Franciscans, her daughter Sister Catherine of the Daughters of Wisdom, stationed in St. Mary’s Gate of Heaven Parish, Ozone Park and Sister Mary Jean of the Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, stationed at the Convent on Henry Street.  Also her sons William, Francis, Joseph, Lawrence and John Daly, her daughters Loretta Daly and Mrs Rita Konetzni, four sisters Mrs M Monaghan, Mrs K. Kinsella, Mrs S. Murphy, Mrs D. McDermott and two brothers Thomas and Frank McNamara.
14 March, 1943.  Page: 3


DARCY:  Michael.  A retired carpenter who for fifty years was a resident of the old Sixth Ward, died on Wednesday at his home 140 Pacific Street.  For many years he was a member of St. Peter’s R.C. Church but for the past six years has attended St. Paul’s Church Court and Congress Streets.  He is survived by his wife Margaret Joyce Darcy, a son Thomas and a daughter Mrs D. Condon.  Funeral from his late residence on Saturday at 2.30 pm.  Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery.
7 September, 1917.  Page: 3


DELANEY:  Patrick.  A native of Co. Clare, Ireland and formerly of29 Spencer Street, Brooklyn, died suddenly at his home 2033 Greene Avenue in his 75th year.  He is survived by two sons, Edward and Luke.  Requiem mass will be held Monday at 9.30 am from St. Brigid’s Church, St Nicholas Avenue and Grove Street, thence to Holy Cross Cemetery.
13 August, 1922.  Page: 22


DONOHOE:  On Friday, May 25, 1934.  Patrick J. of 39 McDonough Street, born in Port Ann, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of Ellen M. Donohoe, son of Mary Ann, also survived by three brothers and two sisters.  Funeral from the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lafferts Place at 9.30 a.m. thence to our Lady of Victory R.C. Church, Throop Avenue and McDonough Street where a requiem mass will be offered at 10.00 am.  
27 May, 1934.


EAMES:  Mary (nee Egan) on February 17, at her home 3516 Avenue R.  she was born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved wife of the late James E. Eames and mother of Timothy J. and James E. sister of Mrs Patrick J. Hogan, Thomas, Martin, Edward and John Egan, Mrs Catherine Tubridy, both of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral on Friday at 9.30 am requiem mass at the R.C. Church of St. Thomas Aquinas, Flatlands.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
19 February, 1931.  Page: 17


EGAN:  Patrick, on February 8, native of Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland, dear father of Kathleen, also survived by four sons and two sisters.  Funeral Friday at 9.00 a.m. from the John J. Malone Funeral Home, 2913 Newkirk Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass at St. Jerome’s Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
10 February, 1938.  Page: 13


FANNING:  Michael J, on November 15, at his residence 314 4th Street.  Native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of the late Mary A. Halloran and father of Joseph, Margaret Cahill, Mary Goubeaud, Anne Keene, Jennie, Catherine and Agnes.  Solemn requiem mass on Saturday, November 18, at 9.30 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
16 November, 1933.  Page: 17


FARRELL:  John, on January 1, of 457 Pacific Street, brother of Daniel and Michael, also survived by mother, brother and sister in Ireland.  Native of Ogonnelloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Requiem mass Wednesday, 9.00 a.m. at St. Theresa Aquinas R.C. Church.  Remains reposing at Chapel of Joseph G. Duffy, 237 9th Street.


FAULS:  George W. on March 21, a native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Survived by his wife Margaret and five sons, James, George, Joseph, Thomas and Timothy.  Funeral Monday 10.30 a.m. from his residence 8724 Jamaica Avenue, Woodhaven with solemn requiem mass at Church of St. Thomas the Apostle.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.
21 March, 1941.  Page: 13


FOGARTY:  Michael J.  on December 22, of 561 17th Street.  Native of Corbally, Quinn, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of Gretta (nee Carmody) loving father of Michael P, John, Kevin, Peter, Barbara and Robert, dear brother of Peter and Mrs Edward Forbes, also survived by three grandchildren.  Funeral Saturday 9.00 a.m. solemn requiem mass at Holy Name R.C. Church.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.  Reposing M. J. Smith Memorial, 248 Prospect Park West.
23 December, 1953.  Page: 11


GALLAGHER:  James F. native of Knock, Lasheen, Co. Clare, Ireland on July 9, 1953 of 177 Hemlock Street.  Beloved husband of Annie, brother of Frank and Joseph in Ireland.  Funeral from Donnelly & Purcell Funeral Home, Euclid Avenue and Fulton Streets.  Requiem mass 10.00 a.m. Monday at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament.
10 July, 1953.  Page 7


GERRITY:  Mary, wife of Edward Gerrity, died yesterday at her residence 528 Clinton Street.  She was born in Co. Clare, Ireland and had been a resident of Brooklyn for the past forty years, and a member of the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea.  She is survived by four daughters, Mary, Mrs Margaret Gelsherian, Mrs Cecelia Ward and Mrs Sarah Cody and two sons Edward and William.  Solemn requiem mass will be celebrated on Friday at 9.30 a.m. at the Church of St Mary Star of the Sea, Luquer and Court Streets.  Interment   at Holy Cross Cemetery.
12 July, 1911.  Page 3


Rites Tomorrow for Mrs Gorman.
A solemn requiem mass for Mrs Anne Marie Gorman, widow of Martin H, Gorman, who died Wednesday at her home 427 81st Street after a long illness, will be celebrated at 9.30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anselm’s R.C. Church, 4th Avenue and 83ed Street.  Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.  Mrs Gorman, a native of Co. Clare, Ireland had been a resident of Brooklyn for more than 50 years.  She was a member of the Married Woman’s Holy Family organisation of Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church.  Surviving are two Edward J. of Maywood N.J. and Raymond J. of Mantasset and a day Mrs Loretta Quinlan of Brooklyn.


GRIFFIN:  ON January 20, 1927 at his residence 365 Dean Street.  John Griffin, native of Kilmaley, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral will take place from the Funeral Parlours of John J. Flood, 254 Hoyt Street on Monday morning at 9.00 a.m. thence to Our Lady of Mercy R.C. Church where  a solemn requiem mass will be offered.  Interment St John’s Cemetery.
23 January, 1927.  Page: 20


GROGAN:  Daniel J. on October 13, 1952 born Cranny, Co. Clare, Ireland beloved husband of Jennie (nee Shea) loving father of Brother Maris C.F.X.  Brother Cyril C.F.X. Major John F. U.S.A.  Mrs Jeannie Hess, James J. Mrs Loretta Grange, also survived by four grandchildren, four brothers and three sisters.  Reposing at M. J. Smith Memorial, 248 Prospect Park West until Friday 10.00 a.m.  Solemn requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 10.15 a.m. Internment St. John’s Cemetery.       16 October, 1952.  Page: 15


HALLORAN:  Michael J, on November 15, at his residence 314 4th Street.  Native of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of the late Mary A. Halloran and father of Joseph, Margaret Cahill, Mary Goubeaud, Anna Keane, Jennie, Catherine and Agnes.  Solemn requiem mass on Saturday November 18 at 9.30 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
16 November, 1933.  Page: 17



HANRAHAN:  Mary (nee McNamara), relict of Roger Hanrahan, native of the Parish of Feakle, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral Wednesday 23, at 2.30 p.m. 162 Spencer Street.  Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Clare, Ireland & Chicago papers please copy.
22 January, 1901.   Page: 5


HASSETT:  Jane (nee Hehir) on February 5, 1949 beloved wife of James Hassett, devoted mother of Mrs John Mulvihill.  John J and Frank T, sister of Mrs Hannah Maher and Miss Bridget Hehir of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Reposing at Cosgrove Chapels 5723 5th Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Wednesday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
7 February, 1949.  Page 7


HASSETT:  James, on July 12, 1950 at residence 5514 6th Avenue.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, husband of the late Jane (nee Hehir) dear father of Mary H. Mulvihill, John J, and Frank T, also survived by six grandchildren and brother of Mary Nolan, Patrick and Joseph.  In Ireland Thomas, Dennis and Frank.  Reposing at Cosgrove Chapel 5723 5th Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass at Our lady of Perpetual Help Church, Saturday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
13 July, 1950.  Page: 15


HILLERY: William, on June 16, 1952 of Ennistymon, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of Mary (nee Kelly) devoted father of Sister Joseph Patrice C.S.J.  Marie O’Connor, Gerald, Monica O’Donohue, Margaret Pupple and William Jr, dear brother of Thomas, James and Delia Tinley.  In Ireland Martin and Patrick.  Funeral from his residence, 90-54 180th Street, Jamaica.  Thursday, 9.30 a.m.  solemn requiem mass Immaculate Conception R.C. Church 10.00 a.m.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.    H. O’Sullivan. Director
17 June, 1952.  Page: 9


KEEGAN:  Nora.  Native of Cooraclare, Co. Clare, Ireland on August 2, 1945, beloved wife of John and devoted mother of John Jr, and Mrs Nora Doran.  Funeral from her residence 48 Webster Avenue and Monday, August 6, thence to Holy Ghost R.C. Church where requiem mass will be offered at 9.30 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
26 August, 1941.  Page: 7


LAWLER:  Mary (nee Flanagan) of 424 Senator Street, on October 4, 1950.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of the late Patrick Henry Lawlor, sister of Patrick Flanagan, aunt of Marion Lawlor and Theresa Flanagan.  Reposing at Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue, until Saturday morning, October 7.  Interment Post Cemetery West Point, New York.  Requiem mass Our Lady of Angels Church, 9.30 a.m. on Monday October 9.
6 October, 1950.  Page: 11


LEAHY:  Thomas of 1515 Myrtle Avenue, died yesterday from cancer of the liver.  He was born in Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland in 1890 and leaves his mother, Ann, three brothers, James, Patrick and John and a sister Mary.
26 August, 1912.  Page: 3


LEARNAN:  On September 15, 1937.  John, beloved husband of Margaret Learnan (nee O’Rourke) of 234 Hull Street, native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral from J. J. Gallagher & Sons Funeral Home, 25 Aberdeen Street, Monday 9.30 a.m.  Solemn requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Lourdes.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
17 September, 1937.  Page: 19

LEARNAN John, of 234 Hull Street died Wednesday after a few months illness.  Born in Co. Clare, Ireland, he came to this country 30 years ago, settling in the Ocean Hill section.  He was employed as Court attendant, attached to Pennsylvania Avenue Court.  He was a member of St. Columba Council K of C and Holy Name Society attached to R.C. Church of Our Lady of Lourdes.  He is survived by his widow, Margaret (nee O’Rourke); two sisters and one brother living in Ireland.  Funeral will be held from J. J. Gallagher & Sons Funeral Home, 25 Aberdeen Street, Monday at 9.45 a.m. thence to the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Broadway and Aberdeen Street, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered.  Interment will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery. 
17 September, 1937 


LINEEN:  James, on April 19, 1953 after a long illness.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Survived by his loving wife Nora, one son Martin, one brother Peter and two grandchildren.  Funeral Thursday from Blasius Funeral Home, 121 Norman Avenue, Brooklyn at 9.00 a.m. thence to St. Anthonys R.C. Church where a mass of requiem will be offered at 9.30 a.m.  Interment in the family plot in St. John’s Cemetery.
21 April, 1953.  Page: 9


LYNCH:  John J. who died Saturday at his home, 1730 East 49th Street, is survived by four daughters, Miss Ella Lynch, Mrs Martha Dillon, Mrs Anna Butler and Mrs may Kennelly, two sons, Frank and John Lynch, a brother James Lynch and two sisters, Mrs Margaret Dooley and Mrs Martha Fitzgerald.  Mr Lynch was born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  A solemn requiem mass will be offered on Wednesday at 10.00 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas R.C. Church.  Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
3 January, 1938.  Page: 9

LYONS:  Mary (nee Bolton) of 7409 11th Avenue, on February 18.  Born in O’Callaghan Mills, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Wife of the late Peter, survived by her daughter Margaret Mahoney and Anne E. Lyons, nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.  Funeral from residence Thursday February 22, at 9.00 a.m. solemn requiem mass St. Ephraim’s R.C. Church, Fort Hamlon Parkway and 75th Street.  Interment St. Charles Cemetery.
20 February, 1945.  Page: 9



LYONS: Mrs Mary B.  A solemn mass of requiem for Mrs Mary B. Bolton Lyons, who died Sunday at her home 7409 11th Avenue after several months’ illness, will be offered Thursday at St. Ephraim’s R.C. Church, Fort Hamlon Parkway and 75th Street, following funeral from the home at 9.00 a.m.  Burial will be in St. Charles Cemetery.  Born in Co. Clare, Ireland, Mrs Lyons came to this country at an early age and has lived in Brooklyn for the last 70 years.  She is the widow of Peter Lyons and the mother of John P. Lyons, city fireman, stationed in Red hook, who died a year ago.  Surviving are two daughters, Mrs Margaret Mahoney and Anne E. Lyons, nine grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.


MADDEN:  On January 18, Mary, native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Survived bu her brother Martin.  Funeral from Darraugh’s Funeral Home, 8813 5th Avenue, Saturday.  Requiem mass at St. Patrick’s Church at 10.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
19 January, 1939.  Page: 11


MALONE:  Mary Malone (nee Connors) on October 14, 1928, at her residence 326 82ns Street, Brooklyn.  Native of Ballinahind, Bodyke, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Wife of James and mother of Joseph, Thomas, William, Margaret and Agnes, also member of L.C.B.A. No: 836.  Funeral Monday, October 8 at 9.30 a.m. with solemn mass of requiem at St. Anselm’s Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
5 October, 1928.  Page: 24



MALONEY:  On April 2, 1943 at her residence 83 Butler Street.  Ellen (nee Daly) beloved wife of Michael Maloney, dear mother of Francis and Ann Maloney, sister of Mrs Margaret Conway, Mrs Bridget Bakery of Somerville, Mass.  Funeral from her home Tuesday 9.30 a.m. thence to St. Agnes R.C. Church, whence a solemn requiem mass will be offered.  Kindly omit flowers.  Masses appreciated.     John J. F. Flood, Director.
4 April, 1943.  Page: 23


McCARTHY:  Francis X.  Lieutenant N.Y.P.D.  Native of Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland, after a short illness at his home, 86 Erasmus Street, beloved husband of Mary Lynch, father of Thomas, James and Francis Jr, brother of John and Joseph.  Solemn requiem mass Church of the Holy Cross, Wednesday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
23 October, 1939.  Page: 11


McCARTHY: Police Lieutenant Francis X. McCarthy. N.Y.P.D. 23 October, 1939.  Of Prospect Park Station, died yesterday after a short illness at his home, 86 E. Rasmus Street.  He was 47.  Lieutenant McCarthy was born in Kilmihill, Co. Clare, Ireland and came to this country as a boy.  He had lived in Brooklyn for the last 30 years and was a member of the Police Department for 22 years.  Lieutenant McCarthy joined the Dept. in 1917 and became a sergeant in 1928.  He was promoted to Lieutenant in 1935.  He was a veteran of the World War and was a member of the William E. Sherridan Post; American Legion; the Patrolmen’s Sergeants’ and Lieutenants’ Benevolent Association and the Holy Name Society.  He is survived by his widow Mary Lynch McCarthy; three sons, Thomas, James and Francis and two brothers, John and Joseph McCarthy.  A solemn mass of requiem will be offered at 10.00 a.m. Wednesday in Holy Cross R.C. Church and interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.


McCARTHY:  Nora M. Edwards, wife of Michael McCarthy of Glennon, Co. Clare, Ireland and daughter of the late William and Mary Edwards of Newtown, Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland, died at her home 818 54 Street.  She was born in Ireland in 1874 and leaves her husband, four brothers and four sisters.  Funeral services will be held at her late home tomorrow afternoon at 2 O’Clock.   29 April, 1911.  Page: 2



McCORMACK:  Anne, on March 17, 1954, native of Derrymore, Crusheen, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved sister of Michael in Ireland.  Beloved Aunt of Mrs Marie Lysaght and Mrs Susan Lawry.  Funeral Saturday 9.30 a.m. from the Madden Funeral Home, Franklin and Willoughby Avenues.  Solemn requiem mass 10.00 a.m. St Patrick’s R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
18 March, 1954.  Page: 13


McDERMOTT:  Dr. Thomas W. on March 13, 1947 at St. Petersburg, Florida, husband of Margaret McDermott (nee Clifford) brother of Mrs Leo Keisswing of New York City, Mrs Lawrence O’Donohue, Mrs Patrick Walsh, Frances and Katherine McDermott of Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Walker B. Cooke Inc; Funeral Home, 50 7th Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass St. Francis Xavier R.C. Church, Wednesday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Wells Cross Cemetery.
Irish papers please copy.
18 March, 1947.


McEVILLEY:  On September 18, 1934.  Jane (nee Brown) native of Doonbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of the late John and mother of the late John Jr and the Rev Thomas F. McEvilley.  Funeral from the residence of her niece, Mrs John J. Burns, 517 W. 135th Street, Manhattan.  Saturday 9.30 a.m. solemn requiem mass Church of the Resurrection, Gerittsen Avenue, Brooklyn 11.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
21 September, 1934.  Page: 19


McGUINNESS:  Michael of 552 79th Street on November 3, 1952.  Born in Bodyke, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of Della McGuinness (nee Moloney.)  Funeral Thursday 9.00.a.m. from Calvin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue.  Requiem mass 9.30 a.m. Church of St. Anselm.
4 November, 1952.  Page: 7

McGUINNESS:  82 of 552 79th Street, retired ship chandler and an enthusiastic swimmer, who only two years ago gave up his Winter swims with ‘Polar Bears’ in the surf off Brooklyn beach, died yesterday at his home.  
Mr McGuinness was born in Bodyke, Co. Clare, Ireland and came to this country when he was 20.  He and his wife Della Moloney McGuinness who celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary this year, resided all their married life in Brooklyn.  During his first decade in this country Mr McGuinness trained both saddle and harness horses for show rings on behalf of a Manhattan club.  About 50 years ago he opened his ship supply and hardware store at 328 Hamilton Avenue and conducted it for 35 years.  He was an organiser of the Irish republic and a Member of Patrick henry Council of the Knights of Columbus.  Mrs McGuinness is the only close survivor.  The funeral will be held at 9.00 a.m. Thursday from the Calvin Funeral Home, 772 4th Avenue with a requiem mass at 9.30 a.m. in the R.C. Church of St. Ansalm, 4th Avenue and 83rd Street.  Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
4 November, 1952.


O’HARE:  Catherine (nee Purcell) beloved wife of Daniel P. and mother of John J, Daniel P, Jr, James A. and Thomas F.  Thursday, August 25 at her residence 520 Chancery Street.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Solemn requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Monday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.   Feeney & Sons.  Directors.
27 August, 1938.  Page: 7

O’HARE: Mrs Catherine O’Hare died in her home 520 Chancery Street.  
She was born in Co. Clare, Ireland and lived most of her life in Brooklyn.  Survived by her husband Daniel P. four sons John J, Daniel P, James A, and Thomas P, three sisters Mrs Mary Walsh, Margaret and Susan Purcell and a brother Patrick.  A solemn requiem mass will be held Monday morning at 10 o’clock in the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes.  Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

McGRATH:  of 78 Covert Street, a retired police sergeant died at his home Wednesday after a short illness.  Mr McGrath who retired in 1932 had been in the Department for 27 years.  He was a member of the Sergeants’ Benevolent Association.  A native of Co. Clare, Ireland, Mrs McGrath lived the greater part of his life in Brooklyn.  He was attached to the Clymore Street precinct when he retired.  Surviving are his widow Ellen, three children, Catherine, James and John and three grandchildren.  The funeral will be held from the Weigand Bros Funeral Home 105 Halsey Street at 9.30 a.m. Monday with a solemn requiem mass at Fourteen Martyrs R.C. Church.  Burial will be in St. John’s Cemetery
31 May, 1941.  Page: 7

McINERNEY:  Delia (nee Kenny) July 12, native of Labasheeba, Coolmeen, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of the late James, mother of Mary A. Doud, James J, Thomas F, John B, Kathryn Gaynr and Edward V.  Funeral from her residence 240 Ovington Avenue, Brooklyn, Friday 9.00 a.m.  Solemn requiem mass at Our Lady of Angels Church 4th Avenue and 73rd Street 9.30 a.m.  Interment Calvary.   13 July, 1949.  Page: 15


McKEE:  Patrick, Vice President of Local No: 7 Horseshoers’ Union, died Wednesday at his home 181 Harrison Street.  He was born in the Parish of Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland 38 years ago and had lived for 19 years in the Sixth Ward.  He leaves his parents, two brothers and five sisters.
24 February, 1911.  Page: 3


McKEE:  Mary (nee O’Halloran) beloved wife of William F. McKee formerly of 261 Warren Street on January 22, 1936 at the home of her daughter, Mrs William O’Connell, 321 84th Street, Brooklyn.  Mother of Mrs Mary McMahon, Mrs Delia Mannix and Mrs Josephine Lynch and one son John F. McKee.  Native of Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Requiem mass at 10.00 a.m. Saturday at St. Anselm’s R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
24 January, 1936.  Page 19 


McMAHON:  Saturday March 13, 1943.  May A. (nee Byrne) beloved wife of Edward L. McMahon, sister of Michael, Edward, John Byrne, Mrs James Carr, Mrs Anna Pecqueux, Mrs E. Clare Fox.  Funeral from residence 1216 Sterling Place on Tuesday, March 16 at 9.30 a.m. thence to St. Matthew’s R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
14 March, 1943.  Page: 19.

McNAMARA:  Nora, of 117 72nd Street.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of the late James, dear mother of James J. fond sister of Patrick O’Keeffe and Mary Maroney in Ireland.  Funeral Home 8813 5th Avenue, Monday solemn requiem mass Our Lady of Angels Church at 10.15 a.m.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.


MALONEY:  Thomas, former supervisor of the Brooklyn office of the Children’s Division, Department of Welfare, was buried today in Calvary Cemetry following a solemn requiem mass in Our Lady of Guadalupe R.C. Church, 15th Avenue and 73rd Street.  The funeral was from the Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue.  Mr Maloney, who lived at 1639 71st Street, died Thursday in his sleep.  He was born in Co. Clare, Ireland and came to the U.S. in 1902.  Since then he has lived in Brooklyn and Manhattan prior to his joining the Dept. of Welfare in 1912.  He was a social worker for a number of years with the Catholic Protectory in Manhattan.  On his retirement from the city post in February, 1938, he was given a farewell dinner by members of his staff at the Hotel St. George.  He was a member of the Holy name Society of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.  Last November 9, he and his wife, the former Mary McCarthy celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary.  Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters, Mrs Walter young, Helen and Marjorie Maloney and three sons, Frank, Richard and Eugene, a clerk in the Brooklyn Borough Presidents Office. 
7 February, 1949.  Page: 7


MALONEY:  Winifred (nee McNamara) born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  Suddenly on June 1, 1946 at her residence 937 57th Street, Brooklyn.  Beloved wife of Michael.  Survived by son John.  Funeral Wednesday June 5, 9.30 a.m.  Requiem mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.
4 June, 1946.  Page: 9


MARONEY:  On May 27.  Mary B, native of Cragroe, Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland, daughter of William and Elizabeth Liddy Maroney, also survived by three brothers and one sister.  Funeral Monday, 9.30 a.m. from the home of her sister, Mrs Timothy O’Connor, 960 66th Street.  Solemn requiem mass at the R.C. Church of St. Ephrem.. Interment St. John’s Cemetery.
29 May, 1937.  Page: 9

MEERE:  Catherine, on August 1, 1945 at her residence 168 Clinton Avenue.  Born in Co. Clare, Ireland.  Survived by three sons, Dr. John F. Meere, Maj. Henry W. Meere, U.S. Army and Charles E. Meere, one daughter, Delia Meere
And five grandchildren.  Funeral Monday 9.30 a.m. thence to Sacred Heart Church, Point Clermont Avenue, where a requiem mass will be celebrated.   Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.  Under direction, Charles Morton.
3 August, 1945.  Page: 7


MELODY:  On Friday May 3, Kate Melody, daughter of the late Patrick and Kate Melody, native of Scarriff, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral from her late residence 126 Harrison Street, Brooklyn on Sunday at 2.30 p.m. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.
4 May, 1895


MESCALL:  Sinon J, on May 17, 1943.  Native of Dromelihy, Cooraclare, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of the late Mary (nee Hickey) dear uncle of Michael, Thomas, Cornelius Green and James Mescall, U.S.A.  reposing at Austin W. Moran Funeral Home, 121 6th Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass at St. Teresa’s Church, Classon Avenue and Sterling Place, Thursday 10.15 a.m.
19 May, 1943.  Page: 43


MOYLAN:  Suddenly of disease of the heart.   Michael Moylan, aged 67 years, a native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  His relatives and those of his friends are most respectfully invited to attend his funeral tomorrow, Wednesday May 22, from his late residence 57 Main Street, Brooklyn, from thence to the Cemetery of the Holy Cross, Flatbush.   21 May, 1867.  Page: 3


MINOGUE: Henry. 54. Highway Employee.
The funeral of henry Minogue 54, an employee of the Dept. of Highways for 20 years, who died Tuesday in St. Catherine’s Hospital, will be held tomorrow from the Gallagher Funeral Home, 978 Bedford Avenue, followed by a requiem mass at 9.00 a.m. in St. Patrick’s R.C. Church, Kent and Willoughby Avenues.  Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Mr Minogue, who lived at 173 East 31st Street, came to this country from Co. Clare, Ireland 31 years ago.  He served with the A.E.F. in France in W.W.1 and was a member of the American Legion.  Surviving are his mother Mrs Francis Minogue, a sister Mrs Mary McCormack, and a brother John Minogue who live in Ireland, also a brother John and four other sisters.  Mrs Elizabeth Hillery, Mrs Catherine Maloney, Mrs Annie Mulhane and Mrs Mary Kavanagh.
8 October, 1943.  Page; 11.


NELSON:  Nora (nee Boland) native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  July 4, beloved wife of the late Patrick Nelson and mother of Matthew and joseph, also survived by mother, Mrs Matthew Boland, three sisters, Mrs Mary Mooney, Mrs Delia Murphy and Mrs Margaret Nugent, three brothers, Michael, Matthew and John.  Remains reposing at 187 South Oxford Street.  Funeral Thursday, 9.00 a.m. thence to the R.C. Church of St. Brendan, where a mass of requiem will be offered.  6 July, 1938.  Page: 11


NOONAN:  Patrick.  On September 24, 1951.  Native of Feakle, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of the late Mary, devoted father if Mrs Michael Hopkins, Mrs A. De Genaro.  Reposing at M. J. Smith until Thursday 9.30 a.m.  Requiem mass Holy name Church, 10.00 a.m..  interment St. John’s Cemetery.
26 September, 1951.  Page; 15




O’CONNELL:  On March 23, 1951.  Helen (nee Troy) native of Doonaha, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of John J and devoted mother of John Joseph and Donald Dennis, sister of Mrs Cornelius O’Connell, Mrs Joseph Considine, Daniel Troy and in Ireland Mrs Mary McDonnell and Patrick Troy.  Funeral Monday 9.15 a.m. from John T. Gallagher Funeral Home, 2549 Church Avenue.  Solemn requiem mass St. Matthew’s R.C. Church 10.00 a.m.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.
25 March, 1951.  Page: 21


O’CONNELL:  Patrick J. on April 16 at his home 535 62nd Street, native of Fahey, Bridgetown, Co. Clare, Ireland, loving father of Winifred Watson, also survived by the grandchildren.  Reposing at Chapel 7703 5th Avenue.  Funeral Monday 9.30 a.m.  Solemn requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.   18 April, 1953.  Page: 5



0’CONNOR:  Mary O’Connor, at her home on Tuesday October, 13, 1925.  Native of Killadysert, Co. Clare, Ireland, widow of the late Police Sergeant John A. O’Connor and beloved mother of Thomas A. O’Connor, Lillian E and William A. O’Connor.  Funeral from her late residence 130 Milton Street, Brooklyn, Friday October 16 at 9.30 a.m. thence to St. Anthony’s R.C. Church, Manhattan Avenue and Milton Street, Brooklyn where solemn requiem mass will be offered.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.  Carriage cortege.
14 October, 1925.  Page: 20.


Mrs Mary O’Connor of 120 Milton Street, died at her home.  She was born in Ireland and lived in this borough for 30 years.  She was the widow of Police Sgt John A. O’Connor of the Jefferson Democratic Club and William A. O’Connor and daughter Lillian E, a teacher in P.S. No: 42 Manhattan.  She was a member of Angelus Council C.W.B.L. and the R.C. Church of St. Anthony pf Padua, where a mass of requiem will be said Friday morning at 9.30 a.m.  Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.


O’CONNOR:  On August 21, 1952.  Francis P. native of Ballyortle, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Stapleton) dear father of Frances and Kathleen O’Connor, also survived by two brothers and three sisters in Ireland and sister in-law in Illinois.  Reposing William A. Martin Funeral Home, Classon Avenue and corner of Sterling Place.  Funeral Monday 9.30 a.m. requiem mass St. Theresa’s R.C. Church.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery.       23 August, 1952.  Page: 5


O’DEA:  Margaret on April 4, 1941.  Dear sister of Sister Mary Serge of Belgium, Mrs Nora Clune, Mrs Sarah Rennehan, Mrs Mary Haggarty of St. Louis, Tenn, Michael, Joseph, Thomas, John of Doora, Co. Clare, Ireland and the late Patrick O’Dea.  Reposing at Austin W. Morcan Funeral Home 121 6th Avenue.  Rewuiem mass St. Augustine’s Church Monday 9.45 a.m.
4 April, 1941.  Page: 15


O’DONALD:  Catherine.  May 12, 1952 of Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved wife of the late Maurice, dear mother of Frances Maher, Elizabeth Fahy, Josephine Hogan, Jane, George, Maurice, Gertrude, Viera and Arthur O’Donald, also survived by 33 grandchildren, two of whom are Sister Helen Jeanne S.N.D. and the late Rev William E. F. Maher, Chaplin U.S. Air Force and 28 great, grandchildren.  Funeral from her residence 282 E. 40th Street.  Requiem mass St. Catherine of Genoa Church, Thursday 10.00 a.m.  13 May, 1952.  Page: 11


O’HEHIR:  On December 20, 1950 at his residence 250 Windsor Place.  John J, native of Clunmoney, Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved husband of the late Annie (nee Butler) O’Hehir, dear father of Joseph T. Of N.Y.P.D. Mrs James Barnett, brother of Mrs Mary Dempsey, Mrs Margaret McInerney and Patrick O’Hehir.  Funeral from his home on Saturday 9.00 a.m.  Thence to Holy Name of Jesus R.C. Church where a solemn high mass will be offered.
John J. Flood, Director.  22 December, 1950.  Page: 9


PURTILL:  Catherine, native of Snata, Co. Clare, Ireland.  September 28, beloved mother of Mae, Sister Catherine Jule S.N.D. Sister Margaret Jule S.N.D. dear sister of Mrs James Gallagher, David Stephens and James Stephens.  Funeral from her home, 572 83rd Street Thursday at 9.00 a.m. thence to the R.C. Church of St. Anslem where a solemn requiem mass will be offered.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.
30 September, 1942.  Page: 11


READE:  On Friday April 14, 1893.  Mrs Anne Reade, widow of the late Patrick Reade and daughter of the late Thomas and Margaret Cleary of Newmarket, Co. Clare, Ireland, aged 64 years.  Relations and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Monday, April 17 from her late residence 59 Cheever Place at 9.30 a.m. thence to St. Peter’s Church, corner of Hicks and Warren Street where solemn requiem mass will be offered for the repose of her soul.  Interment to Calvary Cemetery.  Clare papers please copy.
16 April, 1893.  Page: 7


ROCHFORD:  On April 6, 1937 at Cratloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Michael Rochford, beloved father of Rev. Maureice J. Rochford, Sister Sttracta O.S.J. Sister Medwena O.S.J. Sister Melia O.S.J. Sister Teresa Francisca O.S.J.  Mass was celebrated at St. Michael’s Convent on Thursday April 8.
9 April, 1937.  Page: 15


ROCHFORD:  A solemn requiem mass was celebrated yesterday at St. Michael’s Convent for Michael Rochford, father of the Rev Maurice Rochford, a curate in St. Brigid’s R.C. Church, Westbury.  Father Rochford officiated.  Mr Rochford died Tuesday at Cratloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  He was the father if four nuns who were teachers in this borough.  They are Sister Attracta O.S.J. Sister Medwena O.S.J. Sister Melia O.S.J. and Sister Teresa Francisca O.S.J.
9 April, 1937.  Page: 15


RYAN:  Anne.  January 2, 1944 formerly of 7 4th Place.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Wife of the late John Ryan, devoted mother of Anna Free, Joseph and the late Edwin Ryan, also survived by five grandchildren.  Solemn requiem mass Wednesday 10.00 a.m. St. Mary’s Star of the Sea R.C. Church.  Reposing Chapel Joseph G. Duffy, 237 9th Street.
12 July, 1911.  Page: 3


SCANLAN:  On Friday March 11, 1904.  Bridget Maloney, beloved wife of John J. Scanlan and daughter of Patrick and Margaret Maloney, native of Cratloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral from her late residence 49 Myrtle Avenue on Sunday March 13 at 3.00 p.m.  Relatives and friends respectfully invited.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
13 March, 1904.  Page: 13

SHERRY:  Charles J. on July 5, 1949 at his residence 565 48th Street.  Native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Beloved husband of Mary (nee Kelly) and dear brother of Mrs Susan McInerney, Mrs Mary O’Brien also one brother Patrick Sherry of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Solemn requiem mass Friday 10.00 a.m. St Agatha’s R.C. Church.  Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.  Direction F. J. McLaughlin & Son.
7 July, 1945.  Page: 15


STEPHENS:  On March 1, 1945.  David Stephens of Co. Clare, Ireland, beloved brother of Mrs Annie Gallagher also survived by several nieces and nephews.  Reposing at J. J. Gallagher & Sons Funeral Home, 25 Aberdeen Street.  Requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Lourdes Saturday 10.00 a.m.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.  2 March, 1945.  Page: 5


SMYTH:  Thomas (Smith) retired superintendent of the F. C. Linde & Co. Warehouse, Manhattan, died Tuesday at his home 7901 4th Avenue, at the age of 79.  Mr Smyth was born in Co. Clare, Ireland and came to the U.S. in the early part of the century, for a number of years he resided in Manhattan and in 1917 came to Brooklyn.  He was a Fourth Degree member of the Knight of Columbus and formerly belonged to Sheridan Council K of C and the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Perpetual Help R.C. Church.  Surviving are his wife Mrs Sarah A. Smyth, a registered nurse and a son Joseph Smyth and a daughter Mrs Catherine Freund, both of a previous marriage.  The funeral will be held tomorrow from the Funeral Home of F. J. McLaughlin & Son. 8225 3rd Avenue.  A solemn requiem mass will be offered at 10.00 a.m. in St. Anselm’s R.C. Church, 4th Avenue and 83rd Street.  Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.  16 December, 1954.  Page:5


TOUHY:  On Friday March 17, Patrick Touhy aged 26 years, native of Co. Clare, Ireland.  Funeral on Sunday, March 19 at 3.00 p.m. from the residence of his cousin Mrs Lyons 127 Columbia Street.  Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.
18 March, 1893.  Page: 5


VAUGHAN:  William, president of the Vaughan Trucking Co. and long a general contractor of South Brooklyn died suddenly yesterday from apoplexy at his residence 499 Union Street.  He was born in Kilbane, Co. Clare, Ireland 61 years ago and lived in Brooklyn 48 years.  He was a member of the Church of St. Agnes and Holy Name Society and was one of the organisers of St. Agnes Cathedral Club.  He also belonged to Morning Star Council K of C.  He is survived by his widow Sarah Honan; five sons, John, Jeremiah, Walter, William and Edward, a daughter Catherine and 12 grandchildren.  Requiem mass will be offered Friday morning in the Church of St. Agnes and the interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.
6 November, 1912.  Page: 3


WOOD:  Patrick, an engineer for 13 years at the Robbins Dry Docks, died Tuesday at the Long Island College Hospital, following an operation.  He was born in Co. Clare, Ireland, 40 years ago, he lived in Brooklyn for 21 years and belonged to the Church of the Visitation, the Holy Name Society and the Ancient Order of Hibernians.  He leaves a widow, a son and two daughters.
24 February, 1911.  Page: 3



MARRIAGE
KEEFE – SHEEHAN:  On April 18, 1909 at nativity Church, Brooklyn.  Patrick O’Keefe, Coolnahaw, Kilkenny to Delia Sheehan, Newmarket on Fergus, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Will sail for Ireland on the 29th inst on their honeymoon.
28 April, 1909.  Page: 18



HELD FOR EXTRADITION

An Irish Assistant Postmaster to be sent back to Co. Clare.
Thomas Halloran, alias Thomas Clune formerly an assistant postmaster at Quinn, Co. Clare, Ireland, who was arrested on the arrival of the ‘Oceanic’ last Wednesday, at the request of the British Foreign Office, was arraigned before U.S. Commissioner Shields in Manhattan, and committed to await a warrant of extradition.  The British Government was represented in the matter by Percy Sanderson, the British Consul General here.
The charge against Halloran is foraging five telegraph money orders while assistant postmaster at Quinn.  The orders amounted in all to £500.  Halloran admitted his identity and said that he was willing to go back to Ireland for trail.
6 July, 1900




FOUND HIM DEAD

Ex Senator Frank B. Arnold Commits Suicide.
Discovered in his Office at Unadilla Thursday morning with a bullet in his brain and a pistol in his hand.  Tragic end of a Prominent Republican.

Albany, New York.  December 11, 1890
A dispatch from Unadille, N.Y. just received in this city says that Ex Senator Frank B. Arnold of Unadilla, the representative of the Twenty Third district in the Senate of 1888 – 9, committed suicide in his law office some time between 6 and 7 o’clock this morning.  He was found dead in the office about 10 o’clock with a bullet hole in his temple and a revolver clutched in his right hand.  No cause is assigned for the rash deed.  It is thought that he was in financial straits and that the matter preyed upon his mind.
Frank B. Arnold, of Unadille, as he was known all over the state, was a leading Republican.  He was born in Co. Clare, Ireland, March 20, 1839.  He came to America while a child and was educated at Gilbertsville Academy and at Hamilton College.  He taught school with ability and was admitted to the bar, where he achieved distinction and success.  He became supervisor of Unadilla in 1879 and held office unit 1885.  Part of the time he was chairman of the board.  He was member of assembly in 1885, 1886 and 1887 and took an important part in legislature affairs.  In 1887 he was a member of the special committee of which Colonel Alexander S. Bacon was chairman, appointed to investigate the conduct of Brooklyn’s municipal affairs.  In 1888 and 1889 he was a member of the state Senate.  The district represented comprises the counties of Otsego, Herkimer and Madison.  Mr Arnold was a member of this body and among the leaders.  He was a pronounced Platt man.  The investigation of the sugar and other trials was conducted by a committee of which he was chairman.  He was defeated for renomination by Titus Sheard of Herkimer and for Congress last fall in the 24th District, comprising the counties of Schoharie, Osego and Herkimer.   He was defeated by George Van Horn, the Democratic Candidate.  Mr Arnold was a widower and leaves one daughter.  He lived in a fine mansion near Osego lake and was a most genial and hospitable man.  During the last two years of his life in Albany he formed one of a household including Sen. Eugene F. O’Connor of Brooklyn; Sen. Eugene S. Ives of New York and the late Assemblyman Robert Ray Hamilton.  Robert Ray Hamilton whose tragic story has been so terribly closed in the wilds of the Yellowstone Country.
The United Press representative informed Colonel William of the sad event and he immediately sent a despatch to Governor Bill in New York.  Mr Arnold was in Albany less than two weeks, and a visitor at the executive chamber.  He appeared cheerful and did not speak of his defeat.  People here who were acquainted with Mr Arnold was very much startled at the news.  It is said that he has continually brooded over his wife’s death, which occurred about two years ago.   Only lately he deplored the fact that in erecting a proposal monument he would cut off the last tie between the dead and himself, and do the last act of kindness possible.  Secretary of State Rice paid a splendid tribute to his memory today, saying the he was an honest upright man.
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AUGUST, 1879
William J. Hynes, member of Congress from Arkansas, elected by the State at large to the 43 Congress 1873-5.  He was born in Co. Clare, Ireland about 36 years ago, though he does not look more that 30.  He came to this country in 1854 and completed his education in the office of the Springfield (Mass) Republican.  He has been a printing clerk, lecturer and editor, was a student at the Junior & Senior Courses of law lecturers in Columbus College 1869-70 and was admitted to the bar at Little Rock in Arkansas in 1870 and in 1872 was elected to Congress, by a majority of 12,437, as a Reform Rep.  He is now a prominent lawyer in the City of Chicago.  He is on a visit to relatives residing in Brooklyn.

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WILL FILED
The following Will is on file today with Surrogate George Albert Wingate.

SCANLAN:  Thomas (May 20.)  Estate about $14,000 personal.  To brothers; Matt Scanlan, Derra, Tulla, Co. Clare, Ireland; Patrick Scanlan, Limerick, Co. Limerick, Ireland and Michael Scanlan, address not given, £5 each.  James Scanlan, Rineen, Quinn, Co. Clare, Ireland and John J. Scanlan, market Street, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland and sisters Mamie S. Liddy, Rhynnan, Newmarket on-Fergus, Co. Clare, Ireland and Teresa S. Burley, 8 Steels Terrace, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland one fourth of residue each.  Patrick Skehan, 1028 31st Street Executor.
27 May, 1941.  Page: 13
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File No: 6102  1952
The People of the State of New York by the Grace of God Free and Independent.

To: Katie Halpin (formerly Katie Breen) Newton Cross, Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Mary Breen, 26 Hill Street, Bristol, Conn.  Helen Phelan (formerly Helen Breen) 135 Monroe Street, Hartford, Conn.  Patrick Breen, Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Michael Breen, Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland. Mrs James Halpin, Lackin, Kilmihil, Co. Clare, Ireland.  Margaret Garry (formerly Margaret Breen) 646 Park Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.  John Breen, 100 Hammerachmit Street, Buffalo, N.Y.  Martin Breen, 60 Hammerachmit Street, Buffalo, N.Y.  Mrs Jean Hanrahan, 18 Eden Avenue, Buffalo, N.Y.  Simon Breen, 100 Hammerachmit Street, Buffalo, N.Y.
15 October, 1952.  Page: 23

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