The Genealogy
of the DORGAN Descendants




"GO RAIBH SIOCHAN ORAINN GO LEIR"
MAY PEACE BE UPON US ALL


Generation No. 1


1 Timothy DARGAN
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The earliest reference I have been able to find for the name Dorgan (and its variants) in County Cork are:

John Dorgin of Cork who had his will probated in 1741 and Lucy Dorgan (alias Saggison) of Blackpool, County Cork who had a will probated in 1772.

Index to irish wills, Volume2, Diocese of Cork and Ross: 1548-1800.

Spouse:    Johanna
Birth Date:    1750
Death Date:    9 MAR 1823, age: 73

Children:

Edmond (1799-1877)
Mary (1779-1800)


Generation No. 2


1.1 Edmond DARGAN
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Birth Date:    1799
Birth Place:    Kilmacahill, East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    24 DEC 1877, age: 78
Alias:    DORGAN
Children:
Patrick (~1830-<1886)
John (-1873)

The townland of Kilmacahill consisted of 561 acres in East County Cork in the Barony of Imokilly in the Civil Parish of Cloyne in the Poor Law Unon (PLU) of Middleton in the Province of Munster.

The headstone of Edmund Dorgan reads:

1.Erected by John Dorgan of Kilmachill in mem. of his beloved father Edmond Dorgan who died Dec. 24th 1877. Aged 78.


1.2 Mary DARGAN
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Birth Date:    1779
Death Date:    11 SEP 1800, age: 21

The headstone of Mary Dargan (Dorgan) reads:

This stone was
erected by
Timothy Dorgan
in memory of his
daughter Mary who
Dept. this life Sept.
11th 1800 Aged 21 years
May her soul Rest in peace
Amen.


THE FAMINE YEARS: DEPORTATION TO AUSTRALIA


During the Great Famine a number of DORGANs were transported to Australia for various 田rimes. Here are some of them who may may been connected to our family:


Record 1 of 6: DORGAN

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: CATHERINE
AGE: 0 SEX: F ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Cork TRIAL DATE: 27/06/1853 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Burglary and robbery
SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs SHIP:

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 13, P 168 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: Convict ordered to be discharged, 07/07/1857

Record 2 of 6

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: JOHN
AGE: 30 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Cork TRIAL DATE: 05/08/1848 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Sheep stealing
SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs SHIP:

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 8, P 34 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 3 of 6

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: JOHN
AGE: 0 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Cork TRIAL DATE: 14/03/1848 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: Spike Island, Cork DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Stealing goats
SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs
SHIP: Havering

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 8, P 27 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 4 of 6

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: LAURENCE
AGE: 22 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Cork City TRIAL DATE: 04/02/1848 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Larceny from dwelling
SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs
SHIP: Hyderabad 00/09/1850

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 7, P 35 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 5 of 6

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: MICHAEL
AGE: 0 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Cork TRIAL DATE: 14/03/1848 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Sheep stealing
SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs
SHIP: Hyderabad 00/09/1850

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 8, P 27 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 6 of 6

SURNAME: DORGAN OTHER NAMES: THOMAS
AGE: 0 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Cork TRIAL DATE: 05/07/1847 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Felony cow
SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs SHIP:

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 7, P 29 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 1 of 3: DARGAN

SURNAME: DARGAN OTHER NAMES: JOHN
AGE: 0 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Carlow TRIAL DATE: 27/12/1847 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Larceny
SENTENCE: Transportation 7 yrs
SHIP: BLENHEIM, 00/07/1852

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 7, p 14 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: Convict detained at Richmond Gaol, Co. Dublin

Record 2 of 3

SURNAME: DARGAN OTHER NAMES: MICHAEL
AGE: 20 SEX: M ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: Cork City TRIAL DATE: 20/12/1850 PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Burglary
SENTENCE: Transportation 10 yrs
SHIP: ROBERT SMALL, 00/04/1853

PETITIONER: RELATIONSHIP:

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: TR 10, p 52 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS:

Record 3 of 3

SURNAME: DARGAN OTHER NAMES: U
AGE: 0 SEX: U ALIAS:

PLACE OF TRIAL: TRIAL DATE: PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: Provost, Dublin DOCUMENT DATE: 00/04/1803

CRIME DESCRIPTION: Being involved in the insurrection (23/07/1803) SENTENCE: SHIP:

PETITIONER: Jane Dargan RELATIONSHIP: Mother

DOCUMENT REFERENCES: PPC 900 MICROFILM REFERENCES: COMMENTS: Convict has a Dairy business in Dublin City and is a native of Co. Westmeath.


Generation No. 3


1.1.1 Patrick DORGAN (DARGAN)
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Birth Date:    ABT 1830
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    BEF 1886, age: 56
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
O Place:    Farmer
Occ:    Farmer
Reli:    Roman Catholic
Alias:    Patrick /Dorgan/


To distinguish Patrick Dargan from his son Patrick J. Dorgan, I will use the variant spelling of his name as found in all of the extant land records:  PATRICK DARGAN.


1.1.2 John DORGAN
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Birth Place:    Garryvoe Lower, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1873
O Place:    Farmer

John may be the brother of Patrick Dargan, the father of Patrick J. Dorgan who married Mary Catherine Hartnett.  Griffiths Valuation lists him as living in Garryvoe, Garryvoe Lower.

There is a possibilty that the father of John and Patrick Dargan was Edmond Dargan of Kilmacahill (Kilmachill).  There are 3 Dorgan stones side by side on your right as you go in the gate at the Ballymacoda Hil Cemetery:

1.
Erected by John Dorgan
of Kilmachill
in mem. of his beloved
father Edmond Dorgan
who died Dec. 24th 1877
Aged 78.

2.
This stone was
erected by
Timothy Dorgan
in memory of his
daughter Mary who
Dept. this life Sept.
1th 1800 Aged 21 years
May her soul Rest in peace
Amen.

3.
? erected (unable to read this line)
To the Memory of
Johanna Dorgan
who died March 9th 1823
Aged 73 years
Rest in peace.


There is also a possibility that the father of John and Patrick Dargan was John Dorgan if the Irish naming pattern holds.  I found this notation in the CMCR Project:

CMCR (Christening, Marriage, Cemetery Record) Project
Marriage Registry

County: Cork
Groom_Given: John
Groom_Surname: Dorgan
Bride_Given: Mary
Bride_Surname: Burke
Groom_Residence:
Brides_Residence :
Marriage_Date: 08/02/1831
Church_or_Location: Killeagh
Priest: J. Noonan
Witness1: Wm Burke
Witness2: Dl Ahern
Record_Source: National Library of Ireland

Comment:

Donator: M. A'Hearn
Email: acl50r@comcast.net
Date_Created: 4/14/04
Time_Created: 6:58:14 PM
Record #: 4740

Spouse:    Mary BURKE
Marr Date:    8 FEB 1831
Marr Place:    Church of Killeagh, East County Cork, Ireland
Marr Memo:    Priest: J. Noonan; Witnesses: Wm. Burke and D(l) Ahern

Children:    Edmund
    John
    Francis

1.1.2.1 Edmund DORGAN
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Birth Place:    Kilmacahill, County Cork, Ireland

Griffith's Valuation of 1851-53 lists an Edmond DARGIN who had a House, Offices, and 11 acres and 3 roods of land in Kilmacahill.  Edmund's marriage certificate lists him as a farmer of Kilmacahill.  He moved to Mary Scannell's home in Sheenless when they were married.

He is buried in the Hill Cemetery, Ballymacoda, Parish of Ladysbridge, East Cork.  His headstone reads:

"Erected by John Dorgan of Killmacahill in memory of his beloved father Edmund Dorgan who died Dec. 24th 1877 Aged 78."

Spouse:    Mary SCANNELL
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland
Father:    John SCANNELL (-<1890)
Marr Date:    21 JAN 1890
Marr Place:    St. Coleman's Church, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Witnesses:    John Dorgan and Nora Dorgan

Children:    Ellen (1890-)
    John (1890-)
    William (1891-)
    Bridget (1891-)
    Margaret (1894-)
    Johannah (1896-)

1.1.2.1.1 Ellen DORGAN
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Birth Date:    29 OCT 1890
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

1.1.2.1.2 John DORGAN
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Birth Date:    29 OCT 1890
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

1.1.2.1.3 William DORGAN
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Birth Date:    26 DEC 1891
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

William was born at 2 AM.

1.1.2.1.4 Bridget DORGAN
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Birth Date:    26 DEC 1891
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

Bridget was born at 3 AM.

1.1.2.1.5 Margaret DORGAN
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Birth Date:    5 NOV 1894
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

1.1.2.1.6 Johannah DORGAN
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Birth Date:    19 APR 1896
Birth Place:    Sheenless, County Cork, Ireland

1.1.2.2 John DORGAN
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Spouse:    NORA

1.1.2.3 Francis DORGAN
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THE ORIGINS OF THE DORGAN SURNAME



The DORGAN surname is derived from the Irish surname O/Dearga/in. The Irish name literally means the "the grandson of the little red man:. The O/ prefix means "descended from", or "of" (i.e. "grandson"), while the prefix Mac (in Irish as in scots Gaelic) means "the son of". The feminine form of the surname is Ni/Dhearga/in.  The feminine form is a soft sounding name that many think more pleasing to the ear than the masculine form.  Unfortunately, if you don't speak Gaelic that's probably a very academic point.  The reasons you don't find too many Dorgans is because the Irish name has a second form.  When the English ruled Ireland it was illegal to use your Irish name, so all names were "translated" into English. In Cork County and in Munster Province as a whole, the name was translated to Dorgan while in Leinster Province the name was translated to Dargan.  This makes perfect sense if you are familiar with Gaelic and the accents in these regions.  You will find a reference to the name Dorgan/Dargan in "Irish Families" or "More Irish Families", the seminal texts on Irish surnames written by Dr. Edward McLysacht.  McLysacht was Chief Herald of Ireland (all the English titles and heraldic laws still exist there) and a renowned scholar concerning the DORGAN name.


Here is another story of the origin of the DORGAN name:

(O)Dargan, Dorgan



The Gaelic name O Deargain, the root of which is the adjective dearg (red), has taken the Anglicized form Dargan in Leinster, and Dorgan in Munster. The latter is almost confined to Co. Cork (where there is a place-name, Ballydorgan) while respectable families of Durgan have long been resident in the midland counties. As a Gaelic sept they were of little importance so that they seldom figure in the Annals, the "Book of Rights", the Fiants, the "Topographical Poems", "An Leabhar Muimhneach" or any of the usual sources of genealogical information. There were two prominent nineteenth century men of the name: William Dargan (1799-1867), the chief builder of Irish railways and promoter of the Dublin International Industrial Exhibition of 1853; and Edmund Strother Dargan (1809-1879), the Irish -American judge, a remarkable character of whom many amusing anecdotes are told.

The O Dorgans were in reality the O Dargans - Irish - Ui Deargain who were a Sept / Family branch - who had their original Native Irish territory in the Leinster Province. The derivative name O Dorgan was used instead in County Cork where there is a town called Ballydorgan.




モ Dearg疂n

Not モ Dorch疂n Nor モ Dorchaidhe.




In 2005 I had the following emails from my Internet friend, Jerry Kelly, an expert in "all things Irish".



Hi Bill,

MacLysaght (Surnames of Ireland) writes "(O) Dargan - The Leinster form of モ Dearg疂n (dearg, red).  In Co. Cork it takes the form Dorgan and is perpetuated in the place-name Ballydorgan."  Let's note that MacLysaght chooses to place your name under (O) Dargan because he knows that's how the name should be pronounced.


de Breffny (Irish Family Names) writes "Dorgan - This name found principally in Co. Cork, derives from the Irish モ Dearg疂n.  The name of Ballydorgan townland in the barony of Condons and Clangibbon indicates an early home of the family.  The variant form Dargan is found in Leinster."   We should add that properly speaking, Dargan isn't the variant.  Dorgan is the variant.


Woulfe (Sloinnte Gaeidheal 7 Gall / Surnames Of The Gaeil & The Gaill) writes "モ Dearg疂n (Dargan, Dergan, Dorgan, Dorrigan); descendant of Dearg疣 (diminuitive of dearg, red); an old surname in Westmeath, Offaly and Cork.  In the last-named county, it is now anglicized Dorgan, which is not very correct."


So Woulfe points out that Dorgan is a poor pronunciation of the original モ Dearg疂n, and he's right.


So there's apparently no doubt that your original surname is actually モ Dearg疂n.


And here we see the moment that your family made the move from speaking Irish to also speaking English:


"BUT ... my GGGrandfather was Patrick DARGAN, at least in Griffith's Valuation of County Cork in the 1850s and on the marriage certificate (November 1886) of his son PATRICK J. DORGAN."


Meanwhile, Woulfe, and only Woulfe, cites the existence of the name モ Dorch疂n in Irish, but can't come up with a suitable explanation for its existence. 


Woulfe writes "モ Dorch疂n - Dorgan, Dorrigan, (?) Doorigan; 'descendant of Dorch疣' (diminuitive of Dorchaidhe); a rare surname in Cork and Kerry, probably the same as モ Dorchaidhe."   Well, this isn't exactly right.  The diminimuitive of Dorcha, meaning 'dark', would be Dorch疣, and I can't find either Dorcha nor Dorch疣 in the old manuscript sources as an actual Irish name.  The diminuitive of Dorchaidhe would actually be something like Dorchaidhe疣, and I can't find that either, although it could conceivably exist. 


Further,  モ Dorchaidhe ('grandson of dark-man' from the root dorcha meaning 'dark') has been anglicized as Dorkey, Darkey, and even Dorcey, Darcy, and D'Arcy, but nobody has ever actually found an example of the name being anglicized to Dorgan.   And notice that Woulfe has not tried to connect the name to some actual or ancient family of the name モ Dorch疂n.  He knows no such family existed.   Instead, he concludes that モ Dorch疂n / Dorgan must be a very wide variation in spelling and pronunciation from some other actual Irish name.  And he's right.  But he chooses the wrong family, he chooses モ Dorchaidhe. 


Why?  Because モ Dorchaidhe is the only actual Irish family name which uses dorcha ('dark') as its root.  And dorcha would have to be the root of a surname spelled モ Dorch疂n.  Unfortunately for his theory, however, the 2 distinct, unrelated families which share the name モ Dorchaidhe are 1) a branch of the U Fhiachrach way up around Lough Mask in Mayo; and 2) a branch of the U Mhaine in Galway.  No Kerry or Cork in sight.  So Woulfe was right about モ Dorch疂n being a wide variant of some other name.  But he was very wrong about which one.


So what did actually happen?  How did the name モ Dorch疂n come into existence, at least in Woulfe's work?


Well, here's one guess.  Woulfe was writing at the beginning of the 20th century.  By then, as your own family history attests, east Cork had gone mostly English-speaking. But in west Cork and Kerry Irish was still widely-spoken, even more so than today.  So, maybe what happened is that the poorly anglicized form of your name (i.e, Dorgan) found its way back into Irish further west in the Irish-speaking areas of Cork and Kerry.  And because it was so badly pronounced, so different from the original モ Dearg疂n, the Irish-speakers of those areas assumed it was a totally different name and Gaelicized it phonetically as best they could.  Therefore, as Woulfe points out, モ Dorch疂n was rare indeed.  In fact, from a genealogical perspective, it was actually non-existent.


So, that's the best explanation I can come up with for the existence, at least in Woulfe's work, of the name モ Dorch疂n.  Either way, whether I'm right or wrong about how the name モ Dorch疂n came to exist, you're actually an モ Dearg疂n, not an モ Dorch疂n nor an モ Dorchaidhe. 


As for the annals, I only have the Annals Of Connacht, Ulster, and Inishfallen here - no sign of モ Dearg疂n.  But these are western and northern sources.  The family exists, the surname モ Dearg疂n is real, like other Irish Gaelic surnames yours has been in use for the last thousand years or so, so we should have every reason to expect that your people are out there documented in Irish somewhere.

Hope that's helpful.  Best, - Jerry


Finally ...

An extraordinary commentary

about

The Ancient DORGAN family
by
Jerry Kelly:


Dear Bill,
 
I've found out something about your family which I think is truly amazing and a testament to your ancestors' absolute determination and persistence over the last 2,000 years.
 
As Celtic population groups and Celtic culture came to Ireland, the earlier bronze age population groups became Celts as well.  (The Celts are a cultural and linguistic group, not a race, which is why we have so many different varieties of Irish - freckled red heads, tall blonds, swarthy west Corkmen, huge Black Irish, etc.)   Similarly, up until the 8th century or so, when a large and powerful tribe conquered a territory, the older population groups were sometimes given false genealogies which made them part of the incoming tribe.  So when the Laighin conquered the area now called Leinster (Laighin-ster), they gave Laighin genealogies to some of the Cruithin ('Pict') and ノrainn tribes who were already there.  T.F. O'Rahilly in Early Irish History And Mythology concluded that 2 of the 4 main divisions of the Laighin are actually pre-Laighin tribes of ノrainn descent.
 
Some, however, were not absorbed in this fashion.  These Cruithin and ノrainn hold-outs, all Celts by the time of the Laighin conquest (3rd-1st centuries B.C.?), are called forshloinnte ('external families', meaning external to the tribe) in our Seanchas tradition (the Gaelic learned tradition which indivisibly combines law, history, and genealogy).
 
Things were not easy for the forshloinnte.  All were pushed off the best land. They were taxed. Some were forced into exile.  They suffered the worst in every war and famine.  Gradually over time, their numbers decreased greatly.  I, personally, have never before met a bona fide descendant of a forshloinne and I've been doing this kind of research for over 30 years.  Writing in 1650 at the height of the Cromwellian genocide, the great genealogist Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh reflected on how few of the Irish had survived ("...ar a laghad mhaires dbh aniu..."), especially amongst the forshloinnte.
 
But a very few insisted on holding on, holding out, and even flourishing anyway.  In honor of your ancestors, I note the following entries in our Seanchas about your family and your tribe:
 
Forsluinti iomorro Ha Lugdach meic Thuathail Tigich:  Hi Dile deogbaire dia t疸 Hi Dergg疂n, Hi Gum疂n, Hi Sl疂n Chrecra.  (the manuscript called Rawlinson B.502, 12th century, 125a35)
 
Forshloinnte Ua Lugdhach, .i., U Didli deogbair, dia tt疂d U Dhearg疂n, U Gomain, agus U Shol疂n Crecora.  (The Book Of Genealogies by Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh, 1650, 461.5)
 
Translation:  External families in the territory of the U Lughdhach Mhic Thuathail Thighich - the U Dhile Dheogbhaire (the descendants of Dil the cupbearer), from whom are the U Dhearg疂n, U Gomain, and the U Shol疂n of Crecra
 
Here we see that not only did your family survive, they even managed to maintain their tribal genealogy and affiliations in opposition to the conquering Laighin, which was an amazing feat.
 
These surviving entries of your family's genealogical tradition do not certify whether your tribe, the U Dhile Dheogbhaire, are originally Cruithin or ノrainn.

It was, in fact, unlawful for a seanchadh (brehon/historian/genealogist) like Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh or the author of Rawlinson B.502 to record the genealogies of a forshloinne.  However, the name Dil shows up in the Sl ヘr (ノrainn) genealogies as a son of Aonghus Fionn son of Fearghus.  The god Aonghus is an ancestor-god of the ノrainn.  Fearghus is an ancestor-hero or ancestor-god of the ノrainn.  Also, in the Laighin genealogies, a Dila shows up as a son of the charioteer Laider, but Laider is given Ulaid descent, and the Ulaid are a branch of the ノrainn.  The name Dl also shows up as a daughter of Ml, but this is a late (7th-8th century AD) piece of propaganda from my U N駟ll ancestors as they established their claim to all of Ireland, and so can be discounted.  I do not see any Cruithin associations for the name or its likely variations, so it looks to me like your tribe were almost certainly ノrainn.
 
Hope that's helpful.  Le gach dea-mh駟n / Best, - Jerry



CENSUS AND CENSUS SUBSTITUTES



The best source of information on the Internet about the Irish Censuses is found at:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~irelandlist/census.html




CENSUS

Civil census was taken in Ireland in these years:

1821,1831,1841,1851,1861,1871,1881,1891,1901,1911

1. The first four were destroyed in 1922 during the Civil War. Some fragments were saved.  All Cork returns was lost except for 1851.  We have all of the civil parishes of Kilcrumper, Kilworth, and Leitrim is partially available and is also Macroney.

2. 1861,1871,1881,1891 were destroyed by order of the British Government

3. 1901 and 1911 are intact and can be viewed at the National Archives Dublin.

A microfilm copy of census 1901 can be viewed at the Cork County Library and also at the LDS Centre, Sarsfield's Road, Cork.



CENSUS SUBSTITUTES

Below is a list of the main Census substitute listings for Cork City and County.

Year
Name
Contents
Location

1641
Survey of houses in Cork City
Tenants and possessors
NA

1641
Book of Survey
Proprietors
NL

1666-68
Book of Survey
Grantees
NL

1654
Civil Survey
Limited Parishes


1662-7
Subsidy Rolls
Limited Baronies
NA

1700-52
Cork City Free men
NA

1753
Householders List
St Nicholas parish
Church of Ireland Registers

1757
Able Bodied Male Protestants
Limited parishes
Anglo Irish Miscellany

1766
Religious Census
Cloyne Diocese
NA also JCHAS

1783
Freemen + Freeholders of Cork City
NL

1793- 1853
St Anns Shandon Cork City
Householders
JCHAS

1817
Freemen of Cork City
NL

1820-30
Tithe Applotments Books
Head of households
Most libraries

1830
St Mary's Shandon Cork
Householders
JCHAS

1837
Lists of Poor
Cork City Parishes
NL

1851-53
Griffiths Valuation
Householders
NA + most libraries


Legend: NA = National Archives Dublin; NL = National Library Dublin

JCHAS = Journal Cork Historical Archaeological Society; C of I = Church of Ireland




The 1766 Religious Census of Cloyne lists no DORGAN or DARGAN.


Sir Richard Griffith's "Primary Valuation of Tenements, 1848-1864" was undertaken to assess property and to assign tax.  Since the destruction of the Public Record Office in 1922, the 'Valuation' is an important source for tracing families living in Ireland about the middle of the nineteenth century. In addition to giving the name of each occupier or tenant, it gives the name of his townland or city location, the area and value of his landholdings.  Essentially, Griffith's Valuation describes six distinct geographical areas.

Beginning with the smallest to largest:


1.  TOWNLAND OR PLACENAME:

The townland was and is the smallest officially recognized geographical unit in rural Ireland, varying in size from a few acres to several thousand.  The average area was 350 acres. There are more than 65,000 recorded in the 1851 Townlands Index.  It is not clear how they began. Boundaries tend to go with the topography of the area.

Number: There are 5429 Townlands in Cork
Use: used in Tithe Applotments Books and Griffiths Valuations

2.  CIVIL PARISH:

Civil parishes were the original units of administration of the medieval church in Ireland and were used right up to the end of the nineteenth century for local and central government.  Because of this, they are extremely important for Irish genealogy, providing, for example, the only means of connecting a placename to the Roman Catholic records which cover it.  Today, the civil parish is a state unit of territorial division for census and valuation purposes. The ecclesiastical parish is a unit of church administration and generally includes a number of civil parishes.  When the Protestant Faith became the state religion it took over the civil parish as its base unit and this became the guide to tax collecting and census enumeration.
Number: There are 253 Civil parishes in Cork.
Use: Protestant parishes today are generally a combination of several civil parishes.

3.  BARONY:

Up to the end of the nineteenth century, counties were subdivided into baronies, although they were not much used for administrative purposes and thus figure little in the records relevant to genealogical research. There were about 325 baronies in the country representing land divisions of great antiquity based on the Gaelic clan and family holdings.  Their origin is uncertain.  Possibly based on Early Irish Kingdoms or created by the Normans as an area ruled by a Baron.

Number: 23 in Cork.
Use: Collection of Taxes in 1800s,Census Applotments Books and Griffith

4.  POOR LAW UNIONS:

Workhouses were set up from the 1830s on to try to deal with the most destitute.  The Poor Law Union Act of 1838 divided the country up into districts in which those local people who paid tax were responsible for the upkeep of the poor.  The Poor Law Unions essentially were a means of organizing the Workhouse system for the relief of the Poor.  They became the bases of the registration districts used for state records of births, marriages and deaths. Parishes and Baronies were often split between Unions and sometimes Counties. Townlands were not split. The Unions were also divided into Electoral Divisions that consisted of a number of Townlands for the purpose of electing the Board of Guardians of Work Houses by rate payers. This unit, in time, became the District Electoral Division.  Dispensary Districts were created in 1851, and consisted of a number of Electoral divisions. These became Registrar's Districts in 1864, the start of Civil registration in Ireland.

Number: 15 in Cork plus 3 others shared with Tipperary, Limerick and Waterford.
Use: As indicated above but also used today for national Elections and the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths.

5.  COUNTY:

There are 32 counties in Ireland, varying greatly in size and population. Generally speaking, they are much larger and more populous than American counties.

6.  PROVINCE:

There are four provinces in Ireland, Ulster (9 counties), Connacht (5 counties), Munster (6 counties) and Leinster (12 counties).


Griffith's Valuation of County Cork took place 1851-1853.  It lists JOHN DORGAN, the brother of Patrick Dargan.  John lived in the townland of Garryvoe Lower, in the civil parish of Ladysbridge, in the P.L.U. (Poor Law Union) of Midleton:

PLACENAME or TOWNLAND:        Garryvoe Lower (514 Acres)
CIVIL PARISH:                               Ladysbridge (Garryvoe)
POOR LAW UNION:                       Midleton
BARONY:                                         Imokilly
COUNTY:                                         Cork
PROVINCE:                                     Munster


The same June 1853 Griffith's Valuation of the Civil Parish of Ballintemple (LDS film #0830537) lists a Patrick DARGAN of Carrigkilter (a variant spelling of DORGAN).  This Patrick DARGAN is the brother of John DORGAN and the father of Patrick J. DORGAN. Patrick DARGAN had a house, offices, and land in Carrigkilter: 14 acres, 5 perches, 3 roods 21 perches and 10 acres, 3 roods and 25 perches.

The acres used in Griffith's Valuation are "English" acres, as opposed to "Irish" acres. An English acre is composed of 4 roods, and one rood is composed of 40 perches. A perch is equal to a square rod and a rod is equal to 16.5 feet. Thus a perch is equal to 16.5 x 16.5 = 272.25 square feet, a rood is 272.25 x 40 = 10,890 square feet, and an acre = 10,890 x 4 = 43,560 square feet. An Irish acre is about 1 and 2/3rds the size of an English acre.

He is also listed in the Valuation of Tenements 1855 in Carrigkilter, Ballintemple (Churchtown South) as Patrick DARGAN.  Maurice Cusack leased the land in Carrigkilter before 1855 and Patrick DARGAN later leased the same land about 1855. The landlord's name was Thomas Garde Durdin, a descendant of William Penn who founded Pennsylvania. Thomas Garde Durdin would arrive in East Cork from England each year to collect the rents.  While in Cork he stayed at one of his estates: Shanagarry "Castle" or Sunville House. Thomas Garde Durdin is listed in Griffith痴 Valuation, June 1853 - Civil Parish of Balliintemple, Barony of Imokilly as being the Landlord with an Office, Land and Plantation.

In the 1855 Landlord Index of 鼎ounty Cork Encumbered Estates (Volume 4, FHL Film No. 25883), Thomas Garde Durdin, Esq. sold his land holdings at auction on 19 June 1855.  At the time he held the 鏑ands of Killderrig, Carrigkilter, Coalvodig otherwise Sunviille, Ballybraher West, Snugborough, Ballyronahan, Ballybraher East, Ballinamona, and part of Shanagarry - 19 June 1855 - (lot maps).

This is the date that Patrick Dargan 澱ought his farm ... a farm that he had formerly 斗eased from Thomas Garde Durdin.  This is the first recorded Dorgan 電eed of sale since the English Reformation of the late 1500s.  I have sent for a copy of this deed fom the Dublin Archives.

Patrick DARGAN'S yearly rent was 17 English Pounds for the land and 1 Pound, 5 Shillings for the buildings.  If he improved the land, the rent would increase each year.

Thomas Garde Durdin died in 1867.

In the 1880s, the Land Reform Acts went into effect sponsored by Michael Davitt of the Irish Parliament and later by Charles Stewart Parnell a member of the House of Commons of the English Parliament.  The Land Acts sought reform in three areas called the three F's:  Freedom of Rent, Freedom of Tenure and Freedom from Eviction without trial.  Amazingly, the Protestant landowners peacefully went back to England in the 1880s and 1890s never to return to their estates.  The tenant farmers continued to pay their rents to the State in the 1880s and 1890s.  After the 1920s the State made these tenant farmers the actual "owners" of the lands they once leased!

Patrick DARGAN died before his son, Patrick J. DORGAN, married Mary HARTNETT on November 26, 1886.  He is documented as "deceased" on their marriage certificate.

Other DORGANs resided in East County Cork during Griffith's Valuation, specifically in these townlands:

 
TOWNLAND     CIVIL PARISH        POOR LAW      BARONY          COUNTY            PROVINCE

JOHN
DORGAN           Garryvoe Lower   Middleton        Imokilly         Cork                Munster
       
DANIEL
DARGAN           Garryvoe  Lower   Middleton        Imokilly         Cork                Munster

DANIEL
DARGAN           Garryvoe  Upper   Middleton        Imokilly         Cork                Munster

MICHAEL
DARGAN           Garryvoe Upper    Middleton        Imokilly         Cork                Munster

PATRICK
DARGAN           Coom (Midleton)   Dunbulloge      Cork               Barrymore     Munster

DARGIN           Edmond                   Kilmacahill      Cloyne           Cork                Munster

DARGIN           Francis                   Ballycrenane    Cloyne           Cork                Munster

Dorgan          Daniel               Ballynabointra                   Carrigtohill     Cork   Munster

Dorgan          David                Ballynabointra                   Carrigtohill     Cork   Munster

Dargan          James                Gortnamucky                      Carrigtohill     Cork  Munster






Here is another elementary explanation of land division:

Ireland is divided into provinces : Ulster, Munster Leinster and Connaught.  Provinces are divided into Counties.  Counties are divided into Baronies.  Baronies are divided into Civil Parishes. Civil Parishes are divided into Townlands.

As a general rule, measurement went like this:

10 acres equaled one Gneeve
2 Gneeves equaled one Sessiagh
3 Sessiaghs equaled oneTate or Ballyboe (sometimes  called Bolies)
2 Ballyboes equaled one Ploughland, Seisreagh or Carrow
4 Ploughlands equaled one Ballybetagh or TOWNLAND
30 Ballybetaghs equaled one Trioca cead or Barony

So according to that formula a standard townland would be equal to 480 acres, but because of later acquisitions, and grants, etc., this varied to a very large degree - some townlands being perhaps only 50 acres, while others might reach up to 2000 .

Professor Estyn Evans  in his "Irish Heritage" (Dundalgen Press-1942) states that there '' are no less  than 62,205 townlands in the country averaging 325 acres each".

Colonel Thomas Colby, Head of the Ordnance Survey wrote in 1837 :

"It may be necessary to premise that the term "townland" is now applied in a more general sense than it was anciently. The Irish designation meaning "farmer's town" originally denoted a tract of land, which constituted the thirtieth part of a barony, and the lesser divisions known by the various names of "quarters, half quarters, ballyboes, gneeves, tates etc." In the Ordnance Maps however in accordance with the prevailing usage, all these names of subdivisions have been discarded and the term "townland" is applied to every such denomination, whether it be great or small."

Sir Richard Griffith's used Colby's maps as a basis for his valuation.  Thus, between 1837 and 1851 almost 4000 townlands disappeared in Ireland entirely.  Maybe our missing or lost ancestors resided in them!

Patrick DARGAN bought the DORGAN Pub in Cloyne, East County Cork in 1865 and it remained in the DORGAN name until it was sold in1998.  It is now known as 鄭unty Biddie痴 although the DORGAN name remains on the marquee.

Spouse:    Ann FLYNN
Reli:    Roman Catholic
Father:    Michael FLYNN

Children:    David (1853-1917)
    Michael (~1855-)
    Elizabeth (~1856->1886)
    Mary (~1858-)
    Patrick J. (1860-1937)


Generation No. 4


1.1.1.1 David DORGAN
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Birth Date:    1853
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    AUG 1917, age: 64
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Mogeely Cemetery, East Cork

David Dorgan is the eldest son of Patrick Dargan and Ann Flynn and he is the older brother of Patrick J. Dorgan.  The Irish Census of 1901 lists David as the "Head of the Household" in Carrigkilter,  Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland.   All persons living in his household  were listed as "Roman Catholics".  According to the census, his house had  three rooms in which four people lived:  David, a "farmer", age 48; his  wife, Elizabeth, age 48; his "Farm Servant", Jeremiah Cronin, age 23;and  his "General Servant Domestic", Mary Hassett, age 22.  This information  was given to me by Brendan Sisk of Castlemary, Cloyne, Co. Cork, Ireland  in an e-mail dated October 6, 2000. Brendan  actually researched this information using the microfilm copy of the 1901 census.

David Dorgan and Elizabeth Ahearne did not have children.  However, David Dorgan took in his sister Mary's son, John Healy.  His wife, Elizabeth Ahearne, took in her sister's daughter, Margaret Grahame.  John Healy and Margaret Grahame were married at the time they arrived at David Dorgan and Elizabeth Ahearne's farm. It was an arranged marriage.  They had five children, all of whom were unmarried.  In April 2005, three of them are still living on this property: John Christopher, David and Elizabeth Healy.

David is buried in Mogeely Cemetery.  The inscription on the headstone reads:  "Erected by Elizabeth to the Memory of David her husband who died August 1917" David was 64 when he died.

Spouse:    Elizabeth AHEARNE
Birth Date:    1853
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Mogeely Cemetery, East Cork
Father:    John AHEARNE

1.1.1.2 Michael DORGAN
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Birth Date:    ABT 1855
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Ballymacoda Hill Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork

Michael owned the famous DORGAN (O'Dargain) Pub in Cloyne, County Cork, which he inherited from his father, Patrick. Patrick had bought the pub in 1865.  It was sold in 1998 and is now called "Aunty Biddy's".

Spouse:    Johanna GARDE
Birth Place:    Ballynamona, Shanagarry, County Cork, Ireland
Death Place:    Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    ST. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland
Father:    Michael GARDE
Marr Date:    17 MAY 1880
Marr Place:    St. Coleman's Church, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

Children:    Lena
    Mary
    Patrick (1870-1931)
    William (-1924)

1.1.1.2.1 Lena DORGAN
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Burial Place:    New St. Coleman's Cemetery, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    William O'BRIEN
Burial Place:    New St. Coleman's Cemetery, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Billy/

1.1.1.2.2 Mary DORGAN
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Mary Dorgan died young and is buried in Mogeely Cemetery.

Spouse:    John O'BRIEN

1.1.1.2.3 Patrick DORGAN
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Birth Date:    20 NOV 1870
Death Date:    3 SEP 1931, age: 60
Death Place:    Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Kilmahon Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    Ann MILLERICK
Burial Place:    St. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland
Alias:    Johanna /Millerick/
Alias:    Ellen
Father:    Unknown MILLERICK
Mother:    Ellen ? (~1851-1934)

Children:    Ann (-1960)
    Michael (-1981)
    Ellen (~1923-1969)
    Philip (-1984)
    Liam (1926-)

1.1.1.2.3.1 Ann DORGAN
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Death Date:    19 JAN 1960
Burial Date:    22 JAN 1960
Burial Place:    St. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Annie/

Spouse:    David BARRY
Father:    David BARRY (1911-1989)
Mother:    Ann ? (-1996)

Children:    Declan
    Michael
    Aidan
    Catherine
    Kevin
    Noel
    Dermot
    Brendan

1.1.1.2.3.1.1 Declan BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.2 Michael BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.3 Aidan BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.4 Catherine BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.5 Kevin BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.6 Noel BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.7 Dermot BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.1.8 Brendan BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.2 Michael DORGAN
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Death Date:    1981

Michael Dorgan emigrated to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1950.

Spouse:    Kitty WALSHE
Birth Date:    1923, age: 83
Birth Place:    Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Father:    Robert WALSHE
Mother:    Ellen EDWARDS
Marr Place:    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Children:    Nina
    Eileen
    Sheila
    Michael

1.1.1.2.3.2.1 Nina DORGAN
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Spouse:    Neil STALLER

1.1.1.2.3.2.2 Eileen DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.2.3 Sheila DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.2.4 Michael DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.3 Ellen DORGAN
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Birth Date:    ABT 1923
Death Date:    3 JAN 1969, age: 46
Burial Place:    St. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Ella/

Spouse:    Paddy MOTHERWAY
Birth Date:    ABT 1918
Death Date:    5 JUN 1992, age: 74
Burial Place:    St. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland

Children:    Gerard
    Anne
    Frank (1951-1989)
    William
    Niall
    John

1.1.1.2.3.3.1 Gerard MOTHERWAY
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1.1.1.2.3.3.2 Anne MOTHERWAY
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1.1.1.2.3.3.3 Frank MOTHERWAY
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Birth Date:    1951
Birth Place:    Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    26 NOV 1989, age: 38

1.1.1.2.3.3.4 William MOTHERWAY
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Alias:    Billy

1.1.1.2.3.3.5 Niall MOTHERWAY
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1.1.1.2.3.3.6 John MOTHERWAY
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1.1.1.2.3.4 Philip DORGAN
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Birth Place:    Chapel Street, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    23 JUN 1984
Alias:    /Philly/

Spouse:    Maureen O誰EILL
Birth Date:    ABT 1934
Birth Place:    West Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    6 AUG 1993, age: 59
Occ:    National Teacher

Children:    Marion
    Owen
    Philip

1.1.1.2.3.4.1 Marion DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.4.2 Owen DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.4.3 Philip DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.5 Liam DORGAN
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Birth Date:    29 OCT 1926, age: 79
Birth Place:    Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

Liam Dorgan owned and operated Dorgan's (O'Dargain's) Pub in Cloyne. The Pub was sold in 2002 and is now known as Aunty Biddy's. It had been in the Dorgan Family since the mid 1800s.

Spouse:    Mary HARNEY
Birth Date:    17 APR 1935, age: 70
Father:    Richard HARNEY (-1973)
Mother:    Kathleen GEANEY (-1999)
Marr Date:    19 JUL 1957

Children:    Therese (1958-)
    Michael (1963-)
    Ann (1964-)
    Liam (1966-)
    Colm (1967-)

1.1.1.2.3.5.1 Therese DORGAN
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Birth Date:    8 NOV 1958, age: 47

Spouse:    Donal CAHILL

Children:    Emma
    Michael
    Fiona

1.1.1.2.3.5.1.1 Emma CAHILL
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1.1.1.2.3.5.1.2 Michael CAHILL
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1.1.1.2.3.5.1.3 Fiona CAHILL
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1.1.1.2.3.5.2 Michael DORGAN
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Birth Date:    22 APR 1963, age: 42

Spouse:    Ellen DOOLEY

Children:    Oisin
    Hannah

1.1.1.2.3.5.2.1 Oisin DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.5.2.2 Hannah DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.5.3 Ann DORGAN
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Birth Date:    16 MAY 1964, age: 41

Spouse:    Brendan BARRY

Children:    Meadhbh
    Ciaran

1.1.1.2.3.5.3.1 Meadhbh BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.5.3.2 Ciaran BARRY
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1.1.1.2.3.5.4 Liam DORGAN
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Birth Date:    22 JAN 1966, age: 40

Liam Dorgan is not married.

1.1.1.2.3.5.5 Colm DORGAN
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Birth Date:    8 NOV 1967, age: 38

Spouse:    Julie KIRBY

Children:    Eoin
    Luke

1.1.1.2.3.5.5.1 Eoin DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.3.5.5.2 Luke DORGAN
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1.1.1.2.4 William DORGAN
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Death Date:    4 MAR 1924
Burial Place:    St. Colman痴 Cemetery, Cloyne, Ballycotton, East Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    Susannah HEFFERNAN
Alias:    /Cissy/

Children:    Michael
    Veronica
    John George
    William
    Lillian

1.1.1.2.4.1 Michael DORGAN
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Spouse:    Sarah O'BRIEN

1.1.1.2.4.2 Veronica DORGAN
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Alias:    /Vera/

Spouse:    Eugene WILLIAMS

1.1.1.2.4.3 John George DORGAN
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John George Dorgan died in his teens.

1.1.1.2.4.4 William DORGAN
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William married in England, but the name of his wife is unknown.

Spouse:    ?

1.1.1.2.4.5 Lillian DORGAN
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Alias:    /Lily/

Spouse:    James O'CONNOR
O Place:    Pharmacist in Cork City
Alias:    /Jimmy/

1.1.1.3 Elizabeth DORGAN
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Birth Date:    ABT 1856
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    AFT 1886, age: 30

Spouse:    John SHINNICK
Birth Date:    ABT 1852
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    AFT 1886, age: 34
Marr Date:    ABT 1872
Marr Place:    St. Coleman's Church, Cloyne, Co. Cork, Ireland

Children:    Michael John (1873-1948)
    Patrick (1875-1941)
    Elizabeth (1877-1949)
    Hannah (~1879-1954)
    Richard (1880-)
    John J. (1881-1948)
    Timothy (1883-1963)
    Annie (1884-1933)
    Edmund (1886-1967)

1.1.1.3.1 Michael John SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    18 DEC 1873
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    25 JAN 1948, age: 74
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Baptised by::    20 DEC 1873, age: <1
Baptised by::    Rev. Lynch, Parish Priest of St. Colman's, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland.  Sponsors:  Patrick Dorgan and Nancy Dorgan (Flynn), the parents of Elizabeth Dorgan.

Michael John Shinnick died at 50 Phillips Avenue, Lynn, Massachusetts.

I looked up the baptizing priest and he is none other than "Patrick M. Lynch, Parish Priest of Cloyne from 1920-1935.

Here is what the Book of Cloyne, by Leabhar Chluain Uamha,  says about him:

"He died 2 September 1935, and is buried in the adjoining cemetery, which grounds he had purchased a few years previously.  A member of Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, he wrote a booklet Life of an Irish Sagart, a life of Fr. Bob Riordan, a remarkable priest of the early 19th century, which was published by the Irish Catholic Truth Society."

Tom Shinnick provided this information:

Excerpts from "The Shinnick Families 1830-1970"
By Helen Frances Shinnick

Michael John Shinnick ,born December 18, 1873, in Ballycatoo, Midleton, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland. His parents were John and Elizabeth (Dorgan) Shinnick. Michael was baptized in St. Colman's Church, Cloyne on December 20, 1873. Sponsors at the ceremony were Patrick and Nancy Dorgan.

Michael came to America on April 2, 1895 aboard the "Pavonia", a ship sailing from Liverpool, England on March 22, 1895. His occupation was listed as, farmer. He was sponsored by John Keefe, a man who brought many young men to America around that time.

Michael married Mary Olive Bansfield on June 7, 1900 in Lynn, Massachusetts. Mary was born on July 6, 1877 in Rockport, Massachusetts. Her parents were Thomas and Johanna (Fitzgerald) Bansfield.

Michael went to work in the quarries of Gloucester, Massachusetts with Mary's relatives. Later he worked for the Boston and Maine railroad. They moved to Lynn, Massachusetts sometime prior to April, 1901 when there first child was born. After retiring from the B&M Michael worked as a gardener for estates on the Annisquam peninsular in Gloucester.

Michael died January 1948 in Lynn and Mary passed away in 1951. They are interred at St Joseph's Cemetery, Lynn, Massachusetts. Two daughters Helen and Mary and one son John are also buried in this family plot.

Spouse:    Mary Olive BANSFIELD
Birth Date:    6 JUL 1877
Birth Place:    Rockport, Massachusetts
Death Date:    13 DEC 1951, age: 74
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    7 JUN 1900
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Johanna Lillian (1901-1956)
    Mary Esther (1902-1988)
    John Leo (1903-1943)
    Elizabeth Louise (1904-1994)
    Redmond Michael (1906-1975)
    Helen Frances (1908-1988)
    Thomas Joseph (1910-1973)

1.1.1.3.1.1 Johanna Lillian SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    15 APR 1901
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    25 JUL 1956, age: 55
Death Place:    Seamore Avenue, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Francis A. DAIGLE
Birth Date:    11 FEB 1900
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    3 MAR 1990, age: 90
Death Place:    Union Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    25 SEP 1927
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Francis J. (1928-)
    Robert W. (1930-)
    Paul Charles (1934-1979)
    Lillian Marie (1934-)

1.1.1.3.1.1.1 Francis J. DAIGLE , Jr.
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Birth Date:    12 SEP 1928, age: 77
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Joan Claire MASON
Birth Date:    17 MAY 1931, age: 74
Marr Date:    4 OCT 1952
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Sue Ellen (1953-)
    Stephen Mark (1957-)
    Shiela Christine (1960-)

1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1 Sue Ellen DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    19 NOV 1953, age: 52
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Colin W. P. GILLIS

Children:    Colin W. (1989-)
    Justin S. (1991-)

1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1.1 Colin W. GILLIS
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Birth Date:    14 FEB 1989, age: 17

1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1.2 Justin S. GILLIS
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Birth Date:    23 MAY 1991, age: 14

1.1.1.3.1.1.1.2 Stephen Mark DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    28 MAR 1957, age: 49
Birth Place:    Topsfield, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.1.1.3 Shiela Christine DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    4 JAN 1960, age: 46
Birth Place:    Topsfield, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Derrick VAN HOTER

1.1.1.3.1.1.2 Robert W. DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    6 FEB 1930, age: 76
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Kathy FOLKS
Birth Date:    15 APR 1935, age: 70
Birth Place:    Berwick, Nova Scotia
Marr Date:    13 DEC 1953
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Sharon Marie (1955-)
    Kevin Paul (1956-)
    Theresa Lou (1958-)
    Johanna Gail (1960-)
    Margaret Ann (1962-1968)

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.1 Sharon Marie DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    25 APR 1955, age: 50
Birth Place:    Bad Cannstatt, Germany

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2 Kevin Paul DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    11 NOV 1956, age: 49
Birth Place:    Newport, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Rachel PURPLE

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3 Theresa Lou DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    8 FEB 1958, age: 48
Birth Place:    Fall River, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Richard LAVASSEUR

Children:    Amanda Nichole (1996-)
    Robert (1997-)

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3.1 Amanda Nichole LAVASSEUR
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Birth Date:    6 FEB 1996, age: 10

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3.2 Robert LAVASSEUR
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Birth Date:    22 MAR 1997, age: 9

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4 Johanna Gail DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    6 MAY 1960, age: 45
Birth Place:    Bangor, Maine

Spouse:    William D. KATZ
Marr Date:    27 AUG 1982
Marr Place:    Milford, Maine

Children:    James
    David

1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4.1 James KATZ
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1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4.2 David KATZ
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1.1.1.3.1.1.2.5 Margaret Ann DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    27 APR 1962
Birth Place:    Bangor, Maine
Death Date:    11 JUL 1968, age: 6
Death Place:    Stetson, Maine

1.1.1.3.1.1.3 Paul Charles DAIGLE
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Birth Date:    1 NOV 1934
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    11 JUN 1979, age: 44
Death Place:    California

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a Lillian Marie DAIGLE*
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Birth Date:    1 NOV 1934, age: 71
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    James Irving GREENE
Birth Date:    13 NOV 1930, age: 75
Marr Date:    2 AUG 1959
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Matthew James (1956-)
    James Brian (1960-)
    Deborah Helen (1965-)
    Julia Marie (1969-)

Other spouses:    John James ROBINSON

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.1 Matthew James GREENE
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Birth Date:    13 JUL 1956, age: 49
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.2 James Brian GREENE
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Birth Date:    22 JUL 1960, age: 45
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3 Deborah Helen GREENE
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Birth Date:    22 JUN 1965, age: 40
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Bruce WADE
Marr Date:    22 AUG 1994
Marr Place:    Peabody, Massachusetts

Children:    Jenifer Lawton (1994-)
    Kyle Jackop (1996-)

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3.1 Jenifer Lawton WADE
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Birth Date:    15 JAN 1994, age: 12

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3.2 Kyle Jackop WADE
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Birth Date:    4 DEC 1996, age: 9

1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.4 Julia Marie GREENE
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Birth Date:    27 MAR 1969, age: 37
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.1.4b Lillian Marie DAIGLE* (See above)
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Spouse:    John James ROBINSON
Birth Date:    30 JAN 1932, age: 74
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    16 JUL 1994
Marr Place:    Weld, Maine

Other spouses:    James Irving GREENE

1.1.1.3.1.2 Mary Esther SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    6 MAY 1902
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    5 MAR 1988, age: 85
Death Place:    Union Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.3 John Leo SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    15 AUG 1903
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    21 AUG 1943, age: 40
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.4 Elizabeth Louise SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    22 SEP 1904
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    5 JAN 1994, age: 89
Death Place:    Nahant, Massachusetts

Spouse:    George Walter TRACEY
Birth Date:    21 DEC 1903
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    22 SEP 1929
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.5 Redmond Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    11 JUN 1906
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    12 APR 1975, age: 68
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Margaret DOLAN
Birth Date:    26 JUN 1910
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    20 MAY 1982, age: 71
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    11 OCT 1939
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.6 Helen Frances SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    30 AUG 1908
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    10 MAY 1988, age: 79
Death Place:    Jesmond Hursing Home, Nahant, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7 Thomas Joseph SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    7 MAR 1910
Birth Place:    14 North Federal Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    15 JUL 1973, age: 63
Death Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Mary Ellen GRIMES
Birth Date:    6 SEP 1912
Birth Place:    32 Murray Street, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    26 AUG 1989, age: 76
Death Place:    Salem Hospital, Salem, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    2 OCT 1937
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Thomas Joseph (1938-)
    Edward Albert (1940-1999)
    John Arthur (1942-1996)
    Michael Patrick (1946-2002)
    Redmond Francis (1952-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.1 Thomas Joseph SHINNICK , Jr.
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Birth Date:    13 SEP 1938, age: 67
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Bertha Louise WARD
Birth Date:    9 AUG 1939, age: 66
Birth Place:    Harrison, Maine
Marr Date:    26 AUG 1962
Marr Place:    St. Joseph's Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Joseph Thomas (1963-)
    Stephen Ward (1964-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1 Joseph Thomas SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    15 JUN 1963, age: 42
Birth Place:    Union Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Kristin Marie COMET
Birth Date:    26 JUN 1968, age: 37
Birth Place:    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Marr Date:    24 MAY 1997
Marr Place:    St. Dominic's Church, Panama City, Florida

Children:    Mackenzie Marie (1999-)
    Ashlyn Rene (2001-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1.1 Mackenzie Marie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    25 JUN 1999, age: 6
Birth Place:    US Naval Hospital, Guam

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1.2 Ashlyn Rene SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    10 JUL 2001, age: 4
Birth Place:    Elgin AFB, Florida

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2 Stephen Ward SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    9 OCT 1964, age: 41
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Kathleen Emily MURPHY
Birth Date:    15 MAR 1964, age: 42
Birth Place:    Newport, Rhode Island
Marr Date:    19 SEP 1992
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lanesville, Massachusetts

Children:    MaxwellAustin (1994-)
    Bronwyn Stephanie (1997-)
    Cole Rolando (2000-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.1 MaxwellAustin SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    30 NOV 1994, age: 11
Birth Place:    Newton, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.2 Bronwyn Stephanie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    11 APR 1997, age: 9
Birth Place:    Newton, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.3 Cole Rolando SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    11 AUG 2000, age: 5
Birth Place:    Emerson Hospital, Concord, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.2 Edward Albert SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    27 MAY 1940
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    13 OCT 1999, age: 59
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Alias:    /Ned/

Spouse:    Lorraine Frances BEATON
Birth Date:    27 SEP 1939, age: 66
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    13 SEP 1960
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Margaret Marie (1961-1961)
    Edward Albert (1962-)
    James Michael (1963-)
    Christopher Alexander (1964-1965)
    Michele Marie (1968-)
    David John (1971-1988)

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.1 Margaret Marie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    7 JUN 1961
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    8 OCT 1961, age: <1
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2 Edward Albert SHINNICK , Jr.
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Birth Date:    16 MAY 1962, age: 43
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Lori Lee SWEETLAND
Birth Date:    19 APR 1962, age: 43

Children:    Colleen (1992-)
    Kimberly (1994-)
    Meghan Kathleen (1999-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.1 Colleen SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    17 APR 1992, age: 13

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.2 Kimberly SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    12 JAN 1994, age: 12

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.3 Meghan Kathleen SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    2 SEP 1999, age: 6

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.3 James Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    22 SEP 1963, age: 42
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.4 Christopher Alexander SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    22 DEC 1964
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    4 FEB 1965, age: <1
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.5 Michele Marie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1 MAY 1968, age: 37
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Kayla (1989-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.5.1 Kayla SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    26 NOV 1989, age: 16
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.2.6 David John SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    28 MAY 1971
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    20 JUN 1988, age: 17
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.3 John Arthur SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    22 FEB 1942
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    20 JUN 1996, age: 54
Death Place:    Salem Hospital, Salem, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.4 Michael Patrick SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    3 JAN 1946
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    20 NOV 2002, age: 56
Death Place:    Danvers, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Denise Marie MURRAY
Birth Date:    30 OCT 1947, age: 58
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    11 JUN 1967
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Duane Michael (1969-)
    Kyle Michael (1970-)
    Ryan Michael (1974-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.1 Duane Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    22 JAN 1969, age: 37
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Christine PHILLIPS
Birth Date:    16 FEB 1969, age: 37

Children:    Zachary Michael (2003-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.1.1 Zachary Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    25 JUN 2003, age: 2
Birth Place:    St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2 Kyle Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    2 MAY 1970, age: 35
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Kristen WILLIAMSON
Birth Date:    7 AUG 1970, age: 35

Children:    Caitlin Erin (1997-)
    Courtney Nicole (2001-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2.1 Caitlin Erin SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    3 AUG 1997, age: 8
Birth Place:    Saugus, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2.2 Courtney Nicole SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    13 MAY 2001, age: 4
Birth Place:    Reading, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.4.3 Ryan Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    8 MAR 1974, age: 32
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.1.7.5 Redmond Francis SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    6 JUL 1952, age: 53
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Joy Lee AMSDEN
Birth Date:    14 MAY 1953, age: 52
Birth Place:    Laconia, New Hampshire
Marr Date:    7 SEP 1974
Marr Place:    St. Michael's Church, Exeter, New Hampshire

Children:    Daniel Redmond (1976-)
    Kelley Anne (1977-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.5.1 Daniel Redmond SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    6 AUG 1976, age: 29
Birth Place:    Portsmouth Hospital, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

1.1.1.3.1.7.5.2 Kelley Anne SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    26 NOV 1977, age: 28
Birth Place:    Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Amythist (1997-)

1.1.1.3.1.7.5.2.1 Amythist SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    10 APR 1997, age: 9
Birth Place:    Salem Hospital, Salem, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.2 Patrick SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1875
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1941, age: 66
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Mary A. SULLIVAN
Birth Date:    20 MAR 1878
Death Date:    15 SEP 1966, age: 88
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    John Edward (1904-1964)
    Margaret Theresa (1907-1990)
    Francis Patrick (1910-1969)
    Lawrence Timothy (1914-)
    Paul Stephen (1916-1981)
    Mary Agnes (1922-)

1.1.1.3.2.1a John Edward SHINNICK*
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Birth Date:    18 FEB 1904
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1964, age: 59
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Elizabeth FITZGERALD
Birth Date:    1900
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1952, age: 52
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Other spouses:    Mary FITZGERALD

1.1.1.3.2.1b John Edward SHINNICK* (See above)
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Spouse:    Mary FITZGERALD
Birth Date:    1898
Death Date:    24 JUN 1973, age: 75
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Other spouses:    Elizabeth FITZGERALD

1.1.1.3.2.2 Margaret Theresa SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    13 APR 1907
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1990, age: 82
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    John J. HIGGINS
Birth Date:    1900
Birth Place:    Ireland
Death Date:    1933, age: 33
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    1933
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    John J. (1934-)

1.1.1.3.2.2.1 John J. HIGGINS , Jr.
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Birth Date:    1934, age: 72
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Adele CARNIVALE
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.2.3 Francis Patrick SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    2 JUL 1910
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    JUN 1969, age: 58
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Anna CONWAY
Birth Date:    10 APR 1910
Death Date:    JAN 1984, age: 73
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Patricia (1937-)
    Mary (1939-1998)

1.1.1.3.2.3.1 Patricia SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1937, age: 69
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    David PETERSEN
Birth Date:    16 DEC 1965, age: 40

1.1.1.3.2.3.2 Mary SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1939
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1998, age: 59

1.1.1.3.2.4 Lawrence Timothy SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    26 MAY 1914, age: 91
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Irene BREWER
Birth Date:    26 AUG 1922, age: 83
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    1945
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Stephen (1959-)

1.1.1.3.2.4.1 Stephen SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1959, age: 47
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.2.5 Paul Stephen SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    18 APR 1916
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    MAR 1981, age: 64
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Esther CASHMAN
Birth Date:    22 FEB 1907
Death Date:    JUN 1990, age: 83
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    7 SEP 1946
Marr Place:    St. Thomas Church, Nahant, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.2.6 Mary Agnes SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    8 OCT 1922, age: 83
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    George H. SMITH , Jr.
Birth Date:    4 FEB 1919, age: 87
Birth Place:    Sommerville, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    1942
Marr Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    George Patrick (1943-)
    Colleen Mary (1958-)
    Mark (1961-2001)

1.1.1.3.2.6.1 George Patrick SMITH
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Birth Date:    27 OCT 1943, age: 62

Spouse:    Catherine M. TUCKER
Birth Date:    1940, age: 66
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    AUG 1968
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.2.6.2 Colleen Mary SMITH
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Birth Date:    9 MAY 1958, age: 47

Spouse:    Robert ALIOTO

1.1.1.3.2.6.3 Mark SMITH
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Birth Date:    23 JUN 1961
Death Date:    MAY 2001, age: 39
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Robin ?

1.1.1.3.3 Elizabeth SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    23 SEP 1877
Birth Place:    Ballycatto, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    10 MAR 1949, age: 71
Death Place:    Ballymacoda, Co. Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Ballymacoda Hill Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork

Spouse:    William CASHMAN
Birth Date:    ABT 1875
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Ballymacoda Hill Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork
Alias:    /Will/
Marr Date:    15 FEB 1916

Children:    William John

1.1.1.3.3.1 William John CASHMAN
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Alias:    Willie /John/

Spouse:    Eileen O'BRIEN

Children:    Elizabeth
    Daniel

1.1.1.3.3.1.1 Elizabeth CASHMAN
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Spouse:    Jerry O'CONNOR

1.1.1.3.3.1.2 Daniel CASHMAN
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Spouse:    Caroline KELLY

Children:    Nathan
    Dannielle
    Leona

1.1.1.3.3.1.2.1 Nathan CASHMAN
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1.1.1.3.3.1.2.2 Dannielle CASHMAN
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1.1.1.3.3.1.2.3 Leona CASHMAN
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1.1.1.3.4 Hannah SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    ABT 1879
Birth Place:    Ballycatto, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1954, age: 75
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Hannah went to America, but nothing is known about her.

Spouse:    Christopher CULLEN
Birth Date:    1880
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1962, age: 82
Death Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.5 Richard SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1880
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    Ellen G. BANSFIELD
Birth Date:    10 APR 1880
Birth Place:    Rockport, Massachusetts
Death Date:    10 APR 1951, age: 71
Death Place:    Washington, DC
Marr Date:    1902

Children:    Irving (1904-1966)
    Ellen G. (1905-~1905)
    Larry Richard (1906-1985)

1.1.1.3.5.1 Irving SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1 MAY 1904
Birth Place:    Schnectedy, New York
Death Date:    1 AUG 1966, age: 62
Death Place:    Fort Lauderale, Florida

Spouse:    Mary O'DONNELL
Birth Date:    1901

Children:    Larry Edward (1940-)
    Marie (1942-)

1.1.1.3.5.1.1 Larry Edward SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    10 SEP 1940, age: 65

Spouse:    Carolyn Elizabeth FLEMING
Birth Place:    Dallas, Texas
Marr Date:    5 AUG 1967
Marr Place:    Dallas, Texas

Children:    Michael Larry (1969-)
    Daniel Patrick (1971-)
    David Michael (1973-)
    Kathleen Ann (1978-)

1.1.1.3.5.1.1.1 Michael Larry SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    27 JUN 1969, age: 36

1.1.1.3.5.1.1.2 Daniel Patrick SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    7 MAR 1971, age: 35

1.1.1.3.5.1.1.3 David Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    18 JAN 1973, age: 33

1.1.1.3.5.1.1.4 Kathleen Ann SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1978, age: 28

1.1.1.3.5.1.2 Marie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    25 MAR 1942, age: 64

Spouse:    Harry BIRNEY , Jr.
Marr Date:    12 JUN 1965

Children:    Marie (1966-)
    Joyce (1969-)
    Ann (1978-)

1.1.1.3.5.1.2.1 Marie BIRNEY
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Birth Date:    3 APR 1966, age: 40

1.1.1.3.5.1.2.2 Joyce BIRNEY
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Birth Date:    17 DEC 1969, age: 36

1.1.1.3.5.1.2.3 Ann BIRNEY
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Birth Date:    16 AUG 1978, age: 27

1.1.1.3.5.2 Ellen G. SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    23 APR 1905
Birth Place:    Schnectedy, New York
Death Date:    ABT 1905, age: <1
Death Place:    Schnectedy, New York

1.1.1.3.5.3 Larry Richard SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    3 OCT 1906
Birth Place:    Schnectedy, New York
Death Date:    15 OCT 1985, age: 79
Death Place:    Hillcrest Heights, Maryland

Spouse:    Sylvia Mary SMYTH
Birth Date:    3 JAN 1908
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1 JAN 1988, age: 79
Death Place:    Bowie, Maryland
Marr Date:    4 JUN 1933
Marr Place:    Sacred Heart Church, Lynn, Massachusetts

Children:    Richard Larry (1936-)
    Barbara Ann (1938-)

1.1.1.3.5.3.1 Richard Larry SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    20 MAR 1936, age: 70
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

Spouse:    Janet Marie LUEHRS
Birth Date:    18 AUG 1941, age: 64
Birth Place:    Washington, DC
Marr Date:    19 APR 1962
Marr Place:    Fort Meade Chapel, Maryland

Children:    Lorraine Marie (1963-)
    Richard Larry (1966-)
    Lynn Ann (1970-)

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1 Lorraine Marie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    29 SEP 1963, age: 42
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

Spouse:    Brandon Lee SEXTON
Birth Date:    20 OCT 1963, age: 42
Marr Date:    20 OCT 1989
Marr Place:    Most Holy Redeemer Church, Tampa, Florida

Children:    Taylor John (1991-)
    Jeffrey Richard (1995-)
    Zachary Doglas (1996-)

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.1 Taylor John SEXTON
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Birth Date:    28 FEB 1991, age: 15
Birth Place:    Tampa, Florida

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.2 Jeffrey Richard SEXTON
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Birth Date:    13 APR 1995, age: 11
Birth Place:    Tampa, Florida

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.3 Zachary Doglas SEXTON
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Birth Date:    24 SEP 1996, age: 9
Birth Place:    Tampa, Florida

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.2 Richard Larry SHINNICK , Jr.
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Birth Date:    25 SEP 1966, age: 39
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

1.1.1.3.5.3.1.3 Lynn Ann SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    9 DEC 1970, age: 35
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

Spouse:    Shaun Berry PAUL
Birth Date:    14 JAN 1972, age: 34
Marr Date:    24 OCT 1997
Marr Place:    St. Jude's Church, Rockville, Maryland

1.1.1.3.5.3.2 Barbara Ann SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    7 APR 1938, age: 68
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

Spouse:    Michael Aaron FITZURKA
Birth Date:    6 OCT 1932, age: 73
Marr Date:    11 JUL 1959
Marr Place:    St. Francis Xavier Church, Washington, DC

Children:    Mark Andrew (1962-)
    Michele Anne (1965-)
    Michael Lawrence (1969-)

1.1.1.3.5.3.2.1 Mark Andrew FITZURKA
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Birth Date:    3 FEB 1962, age: 44
Birth Place:    San Diego, California

Spouse:    Carol GAUGER
Birth Date:    26 JUN 1960, age: 45
Marr Date:    26 MAY 2001

1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2 Michele Anne FITZURKA
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Birth Date:    9 JUL 1965, age: 40
Birth Place:    Washington, DC

Spouse:    Mark Francis QUIGLEY
Marr Date:    6 JUL 1996
Marr Place:    Holy Family Catholic Church, Michellville, Maryland

Children:    Kevin Mark (1999-)
    Kyle Francis (2001-)

1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2.1 Kevin Mark QUIGLEY
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Birth Date:    29 SEP 1999, age: 6

1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2.2 Kyle Francis QUIGLEY
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Birth Date:    14 NOV 2001, age: 4

1.1.1.3.5.3.2.3 Michael Lawrence FITZURKA
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Birth Date:    5 SEP 1969, age: 36

1.1.1.3.6 John J. SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1881
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1948, age: 67
Death Place:    Holy Ghost Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.7 Timothy SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    17 DEC 1883
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1963, age: 79
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Mary MOONEY
Birth Date:    1885
Birth Place:    Waterford, Ireland
Death Date:    1957, age: 72
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Children:    Elizabeth (1922-)
    Mary (1924-)

1.1.1.3.7.1 Elizabeth SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    18 SEP 1922, age: 83
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Frederick MEYER
Marr Date:    1945
Marr Place:    Readville, Massachusetts

Children:    Jeannette (1946-)
    Carol (1948-)
    Frederick Timothy (1954-)

1.1.1.3.7.1.1 Jeannette MEYER
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Birth Date:    3 NOV 1946, age: 59
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.7.1.2 Carol MEYER
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Birth Date:    4 MAR 1948, age: 58
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.7.1.3 Frederick Timothy MEYER
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Birth Date:    7 AUG 1954, age: 51
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.7.2 Mary SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1924, age: 82
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Warren F. MURPHY
Marr Date:    1952

Children:    Diane (1955-)
    Joan (1959-)

1.1.1.3.7.2.1 Diane MURPHY
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Birth Date:    3 OCT 1955, age: 50

1.1.1.3.7.2.2 Joan MURPHY
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Birth Date:    19 JAN 1959, age: 47

1.1.1.3.8 Annie SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    1884
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1933, age: 49
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    John GEARY
Birth Date:    1886
Death Date:    1943, age: 57
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Children:    John (1913-)
    Edward Timothy (1915-1988)
    Walter James (1916-1962)
    Elizabeth Esther (1917-)
    Annie Regina (1919-)
    Robert (1921-1966)
    Francis Irving (1922-1967)
    Johanna Lillian (1924-)
    Kathleen Margaret (1926-1993)

1.1.1.3.8.1 John GEARY
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Birth Date:    1913, age: 93
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Elinor PHILBROOK
Marr Date:    1929

Children:    John
    Donna

1.1.1.3.8.1.1 John GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.1.2 Donna GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.2 Edward Timothy GEARY
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Birth Date:    25 APR 1915
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    11 APR 1988, age: 72

Spouse:    Mary E. O'Brien HOAR
Marr Date:    1949

Children:    Joyce
    Debbie
    Edward Timothy

1.1.1.3.8.2.1 Joyce GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.2.2 Debbie GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.2.3 Edward Timothy GEARY , Jr.
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Children:    Timothy Edward

1.1.1.3.8.2.3.1 Timothy Edward GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.3 Walter James GEARY
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Birth Date:    1916
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1962, age: 46
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Anita THOMAS
Marr Date:    1940

1.1.1.3.8.4 Elizabeth Esther GEARY
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Birth Date:    1917, age: 89
Birth Place:    Lynn, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Paul BURKE

Children:    Leonard
    Mary Jane
    Paul

1.1.1.3.8.4.1 Leonard BURKE
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1.1.1.3.8.4.2 Mary Jane BURKE
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1.1.1.3.8.4.3 Paul BURKE , Jr.
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1.1.1.3.8.5 Annie Regina GEARY
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Birth Date:    1919, age: 87
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    John O'BRIEN
Marr Date:    1938
Marr Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Children:    Regina
    Geraldine
    Maureen
    Joanne
    John

1.1.1.3.8.5.1 Regina O'BRIEN
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1.1.1.3.8.5.2 Geraldine O'BRIEN
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1.1.1.3.8.5.3 Maureen O'BRIEN
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1.1.1.3.8.5.4 Joanne O'BRIEN
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1.1.1.3.8.5.5 John O'BRIEN
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1.1.1.3.8.6 Robert GEARY
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Birth Date:    1921
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1966, age: 45
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    Charlotte M. HARNEY
Birth Date:    1924, age: 82
Birth Place:    Readville, Massachusetts
Marr Date:    1946

Children:    Ann Marie
    Robert
    Kathleen
    George
    John
    Charline

1.1.1.3.8.6.1 Ann Marie GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.6.2 Robert GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.6.3 Kathleen GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.6.4 George GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.6.5 John GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.6.6 Charline GEARY
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1.1.1.3.8.7 Francis Irving GEARY
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Birth Date:    29 OCT 1922
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts
Death Date:    5 JUN 1967, age: 44
Death Place:    Monterey, California

Spouse:    Opal Mae ADAM

Children:    Francis Irving

1.1.1.3.8.7.1 Francis Irving GEARY , Jr.
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Spouse:    Anita BARR

Children:    Kimberley Joyce
    Francis Thomas

1.1.1.3.8.7.1.1 Kimberley Joyce GEARY
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Spouse:    William Glen COOPER

Children:    William Glen

1.1.1.3.8.7.1.1.1 William Glen COOPER , Jr.
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1.1.1.3.8.7.1.2 Francis Thomas GEARY
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Spouse:    Jill ?

1.1.1.3.8.8 Johanna Lillian GEARY
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Birth Date:    1924, age: 82
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    William F. FOLEY
Marr Date:    1953

Children:    William Patrick (1954-)
    Gerald (1957-)
    Carol Ann (1958-)

1.1.1.3.8.8.1 William Patrick FOLEY
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Birth Date:    1954, age: 52
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.8.8.2 Gerald FOLEY
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Birth Date:    1957, age: 49
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.8.8.3 Carol Ann FOLEY
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Birth Date:    1958, age: 48
Birth Place:    Boston, Massachusetts

1.1.1.3.8.9 Kathleen Margaret GEARY
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Birth Date:    1926
Birth Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts
Death Date:    1993, age: 67
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Spouse:    John F. SHERIDAN
Birth Date:    1923
Death Date:    1987, age: 64
Death Place:    Dedham, Massachusetts

Children:    John
    Kathleen
    Kevin
    Pamela
    Michael
    Lawrence

1.1.1.3.8.9.1 John SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.8.9.2 Kathleen SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.8.9.3 Kevin SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.8.9.4 Pamela SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.8.9.5 Michael SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.8.9.6 Lawrence SHERIDAN
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1.1.1.3.9 Edmund SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    18 JUL 1886
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    21 JAN 1967, age: 80
Death Place:    Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Alias:    Edward and /Ned/

Spouse:    Bridget O'KEEFFE
Birth Date:    1884
Birth Place:    Ballycatoo, Cloyne, East Cork
Birth Memo:    Headstone reads 釘allykattoo Cloyne
Death Date:    3 JUL 1954, age: 70
Death Date:    3 JUL 1954, age: 70
Death Place:    Shanagarry, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    Kilmahon Cemetery, Shanagarry, East Cork, Ireland
Father:    Michael O'KEEFFE (-1922)
Mother:    Johanna COLEMAN
Marr Date:    21 JAN 1915
Marr Place:    St. Colman's Church, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland

Children:    Michael (~1916-2002)
    John Joseph (~1917-1992)
    Mary (~1918-)
    Patrick (~1919-)

1.1.1.3.9.1 Michael SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    BET 1916 AND 1920
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    26 JUL 2002, age: 86
Burial Place:    Kilmahon Cemetery, Shanagarry, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Mick/

Michael Shinnick never married.

1.1.1.3.9.2 John Joseph SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    BET 1917 AND 1921
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    14 JUN 1992, age: 75
Death Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    New St. Coleman's Cemetery, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

John Joseph Shinnick never married.

1.1.1.3.9.3 Mary SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    BET 1918 AND 1922, age: 88
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    James O'BRIEN
Marr Date:    27 FEB 1972

Children:    Helen (1954-)
    Seamus (1955-)
    Bridget (1957-)
    Mary (1958-)
    Edmund (1959-)

1.1.1.3.9.3.1 Helen O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    24 MAY 1954, age: 51

Spouse:    Michael CASEY
Marr Date:    ABT 1975
Marr Place:    Blarney, County Cork, Ireland

Children:    Colette (1977-)
    Kevin (1985-)
    Elaine (1988-)

1.1.1.3.9.3.1.1 Colette CASEY
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Birth Date:    16 JAN 1977, age: 29

1.1.1.3.9.3.1.2 Kevin CASEY
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Birth Date:    20 SEP 1985, age: 20

1.1.1.3.9.3.1.3 Elaine CASEY
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Birth Date:    28 JUL 1988, age: 17

1.1.1.3.9.3.2 Seamus O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    14 JUN 1955, age: 50

Spouse:    Joan O'SHEA

Children:    Karen (1980-)
    Laura (1983-)
    Linda (1987-)
    Katie (1990-)

1.1.1.3.9.3.2.1 Karen O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    1980, age: 26

1.1.1.3.9.3.2.2 Laura O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    1983, age: 23

1.1.1.3.9.3.2.3 Linda O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    1987, age: 19

1.1.1.3.9.3.2.4 Katie O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    1990, age: 16

1.1.1.3.9.3.3 Bridget O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    17 AUG 1957, age: 48

Spouse:    Martin ROWE

Children:    Daryll (1983-)
    Danielle (1987-)

1.1.1.3.9.3.3.1 Daryll ROWE
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Birth Date:    1983, age: 23

1.1.1.3.9.3.3.2 Danielle ROWE
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Birth Date:    1987, age: 19

1.1.1.3.9.3.4 Mary O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    18 AUG 1958, age: 47

Spouse:    John FLEMING

Children:    Liam (1989-)
    Elmer (1992-)

1.1.1.3.9.3.4.1 Liam FLEMING
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Birth Date:    1989, age: 17

1.1.1.3.9.3.4.2 Elmer FLEMING
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Birth Date:    1992, age: 14

1.1.1.3.9.3.5 Edmund O'BRIEN
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Birth Date:    24 NOV 1959, age: 46

Edmund never married.

1.1.1.3.9.4 Patrick SHINNICK
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Birth Date:    BET 1919 AND 1923
Birth Place:    East Cork, Ireland
Burial Place:    New St. Coleman's Cemetery, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

1.1.1.4 Mary DORGAN
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Birth Date:    ABT 1858
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    Jeremiah HEALY
Birth Date:    ABT 1858
Birth Place:    Lissanley, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Jerry/

Children:    John (~1880-)
    Patrick
    Michael
    Ann
    Mary

1.1.1.4.1 John HEALY
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Birth Date:    ABT 1880

Spouse:    Margaret GRAHAME
Birth Date:    ABT 1880
Death Date:    MAR 1958, age: 78
Father:    James GRAHAME

Children:    Elizabeth (1916-)
    David (1917-2005)
    Jeremiah (1917-2002)
    John Christopher (1921-)
    James (1924-1993)

1.1.1.4.1.1 Elizabeth HEALY
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Birth Date:    OCT 1916, age: 89
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Alias:    /Bess/

Elizabeth Healy is known as Bess.  She is named after Elizabeth Ahearne, the wife of David Dorgan, her granduncle.

1.1.1.4.1.2 David HEALY
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Birth Date:    OCT 1917
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    MAY 2005, age: 87
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, Co. Cork, Ireland

David Healy is named after David Dorgan, his granduncle. David and Jeremiah were twins.

1.1.1.4.1.3 Jeremiah HEALY
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Birth Date:    OCT 1917
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    JUL 2002, age: 84
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland

Jeremiah Healy is named after Jerry Healy, his grandfather.

1.1.1.4.1.4 John Christopher HEALY
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Birth Date:    DEC 1921, age: 84
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland

John Christopher Healy was named after John Healy, his father.  To distinguish him from his father he was given the name Christopher because he was born at Christmastime.

1.1.1.4.1.5 James HEALY
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Birth Date:    1924
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1993, age: 69
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland

James Healy was named after James Grahame, his grandfather.

1.1.1.4.2 Patrick HEALY
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Alias:    /Pad/

Spouse:    ?

Children:    Mary Frances
    Helen
    ?
    Patrick

1.1.1.4.2.1 Mary Frances HEALY
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Spouse:    Edmund John HANKARD

Children:    Edmund Patrick

1.1.1.4.2.1.1 Edmund Patrick HANKARD
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1.1.1.4.2.2 Helen HEALY
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Alias:    /Nellie/

Helen Healy never married.  She lived in Cloyne into her 90s.

1.1.1.4.2.3 ? HEALY
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Spouse:    John CONNOLLY

Children:    Patrick

1.1.1.4.2.3.1 Patrick CONNOLLY
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Patrick Connolly lived in Cork City.

1.1.1.4.2.4 Patrick HEALY
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Spouse:    Margaret KENNEALLY
Birth Place:    Kilderrig, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

Children:    Patrick Kevin (1950-1978)
    Mary (1951-2000)
    Michael
    Margaret (1953-1972)
    Marion
    Sean
    Gerard
    Bernard (1960-1987)
    Liam
    Catherine

1.1.1.4.2.4.1 Patrick Kevin HEALY
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Birth Date:    1950
Death Date:    21 MAR 1978, age: 28

Patrick Kevin Healy died in a car accident in Midleton, East Cork, Ireland.

1.1.1.4.2.4.2 Mary HEALY
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Birth Date:    1951
Death Date:    8 DEC 2000, age: 49

Spouse:    Donal BUCKLEY
Alias:    /Danie/

Children:    Margaret
    Tracey
    Victoria

1.1.1.4.2.4.2.1 Margaret BUCKLEY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.2.2 Tracey BUCKLEY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.2.3 Victoria BUCKLEY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.3 Michael HEALY
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Spouse:    Nora CONDON

Children:    Kevin
    Michelle
    Una
    Padraig
    Seamus

1.1.1.4.2.4.3.1 Kevin HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.3.2 Michelle HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.3.3 Una HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.3.4 Padraig HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.3.5 Seamus HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.4 Margaret HEALY
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Birth Date:    1953
Death Date:    24 FEB 1972, age: 19

Margaret Healy died in a motorcycle accident.

1.1.1.4.2.4.5 Marion HEALY
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Spouse:    Michael MACKEY

Children:    Catrina
    Michael

1.1.1.4.2.4.5.1 Catrina MACKEY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.5.2 Michael MACKEY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.6 Sean HEALY
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Spouse:    Ann COLLINS

Children:    Aisling
    Vincent
    Stephanie

1.1.1.4.2.4.6.1 Aisling HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.6.2 Vincent HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.6.3 Stephanie HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.7a Gerard HEALY*
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Spouse:    Ann WALL

Children:    Gerard
    Jonathan

Other spouses:    Pauline CULL

1.1.1.4.2.4.7a.1 Gerard HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.7a.2 Jonathan HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.7b Gerard HEALY* (See above)
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Spouse:    Pauline CULL

Other spouses:    Ann WALL

1.1.1.4.2.4.8 Bernard HEALY
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Birth Date:    1960
Death Date:    16 JUL 1987, age: 27
Burial Place:    New St. Coleman's Cemetery, Cloyne, East Cork, Ireland

Spouse:    Martina McCARTHY

Children:    Mark
    Kenneth

1.1.1.4.2.4.8.1 Mark HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.8.2 Kenneth HEALY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.9 Liam HEALY
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Liam Healy and Maura Mulcahy have no children.

Spouse:    Maura MULCAHY

1.1.1.4.2.4.10 Catherine HEALY
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Spouse:    Gerard DONNELLY
Birth Place:    Ballymacoda, East Cork, Ireland

Children:    Sean
    Lorna
    Emma

1.1.1.4.2.4.10.1 Sean DONNELLY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.10.2 Lorna DONNELLY
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1.1.1.4.2.4.10.3 Emma DONNELLY
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1.1.1.4.3 Michael HEALY
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Alias:    /Mick/

1.1.1.4.4 Ann HEALY
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Ann Healy never married.

1.1.1.4.5 Mary HEALY
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Mary Healy's only son, Sean was killed in WWII.  Their remaining children were all daughters, but their names are not known.

Spouse:    Maurice MEANEY
Birth Place:    Aghada, Co. Cork, Ireland

Children:    Sean

1.1.1.4.5.1 Sean MEANEY
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1.1.1.5 Patrick J. DORGAN
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Birth Date:    26 APR 1860
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    9 DEC 1937, age: 771
Death Place:    Cranston, Rhode Island
Burial Place:    St. Anne's Cemetery, Cranston, Rhode Island, Section 7, Lot 1123
Last Irish Residence:    1896, age: 35
Last Irish Residence:    Ballylanders, Cork County, Ireland
Occ:    Farmer in Carrigkilter, Ballybraher, East County Cork, Ireland; Boilermaker at the Turks Head Building, Providence, Rhode Island
Reli:    Roman Catholic


THE SOURCES OF INFORMATION
 FOR
 PATRICK J. DORGAN
 IN IRELAND



Below is a letter I received, dated 25 May 2004, from Mrs. Jo Cashman of Knockglass, Ladysbridge, Castlemartyr, Co. Cork, Ireland.

I have transcribed it as she wrote it, except that I have capitalized all names.

I had originally contacted Pete Morrison through a genealogy Internet-friend, Ed Duggan, who has visited many times the townlands of our ancestral DORGAN family, especially Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Shanagarry, Churchtown South, and other surrounding areas.

Pete Morrison asked Mrs. Jo Cashman to write down her recollections of the DORGAN family.

Pete Morrison wrote this and appended it to Mrs. Jo Cashman's letter:

Churchtown South,
Cloyne,
Co. Cork

25-5-04

Dear Bill,

Just a few lines in reply to your letter. I met with a friend, MRS. JOE CASHMAN and she wrote out the information. As you can see my writing is not the best. I hope what were sent you will be of use.

Yours sincerely,

PETE MORRISON


This is MRS. JO CASHMAN'S letter:

Knockglass, Ladysbridge
Castlemartyr
Co. Cork
Ireland Eire

My Dear Bill

Some time recently PETE MORRISON received a letter from you re family tree. Enclosed is some of the information I have for you.

DAVID DORGAN lived in Ballybraher & married Elizabeth Ahearne & no family.
DAVID (DORGAN) brought his nephew JOHN HEALY (his sister Mary's son).
Elizabeth brought her niece MARGARET GRAHAME.
Then JOHN HEALY & MARGARET GRAHAME married.
They had family as follows: ELIZABETH, JERRY and DAVID twins, JOHN CHRISTOPHER and JAMES. All unmarried.
ELIZABETH, DAVID & JOHN CHRISTOPHER are still in Ballybraher & JAMES died 10 years ago & JERRY died last July.

The over said brother DAVID (DORGAN) had a brother MICHAEL DORGAN who bought a pub in Cloyne, was married to a Guard woman from Ballynamona, Shanagarry & had four in family: LENA (DORGAN) married BILLY O'BRIEN, MARY (DORGAN) married BILLY'S brother JOHN O'BRIEN and neither had family. PATRICK (DORGAN) married a Millerick woman & had family of five & BILL (DORGAN) in Cork (City) unmarried. (I have since updated this information!)

The above DAVID & MICHAEL DORGAN (brothers) had a sister ELIZABETH (DORGAN) married JOHN SHINNICK, Ballycatoo, Cloyne & had 3 in family: EDMUND, ELIZABETH & HANNAH. Another sister, MARY (DORGAN) married to JERRY HEALY, Lisanley, Cloyne (parents of the JOHN HEALY who married MARGARET GRAHAME whom I already mentioned). The above JOHN HEALY had a brother PAD & MICK HEALY (Patrick and Michael Healy) & sister ANN (HEALY) unmarried and a sister married to MEANEY, Aghada.

DAVID DORGAN & MICHAEL DORGAN, ELIZABETH SHINNICK & MARY HEALY were brothers and sisters of your great grandfather, PATRICK J. DORGAN.

MARY CATHERINE HARTNETT came from Garryvoe & had brother JAMES (HARTNETT) in Garryvoe who was married to MARY COLEMAN, Maytown, Ballycotton & had (a) son MAURICE (HARTNETT) & two daughters HANNAH (HARTNETT) and MINNIE (HARTNETT). They (There) may be other(s). I don't know of that family.

PATRICK J. DORGAN left Ballybraher & moved to Carrigkilter (a mile down the road). In later years DANIEL O'CONNELL from Co. Kerry bought the above farm & it has now changed to new owners.

I do hope this little bit of information is of some help & do hope to hear from you sometime.

God bless from,
(Mrs.) Jo Cashman"

During my trip to Ireland in April 2005, I met with Mrs. Jo Cashman and Pete Morrison.  They were delightful and full of Dorgan information which I devoured and savored.


The exact birth date of Patrick J. Dorgan is unknown. He was born on his father's farm in Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, Cork County, Ireland.  There is no known birth or baptismal certificate.

When Patrick arrived at Ellis Island, New York on October 28, 1896 he gave his age as 40 which would have him born in 1856.  He gave his townland as Ballylanders in the P.L.U., (Reg. Dist.) of Middleton in the civil parish of Ballintemple.  On the US census of 1900 he gave his age as 39, born in August 1860.  On his 1928 Declaration of Intention to become a US citizen he gave his age as 65, born March 17, 1863.  His death certificate says he was born April 26, 1860.

In 1972 and again in the early 1990s, Patricia Maguire has visited DORGAN relatives and spent time with the Healy family of Ballybraher.  The Healy's live on the farm where Patrick Dargan, the father of Patrick J. Dorgan, was born and lived.  This farm passed to David Dorgan, Patrick J. Dorgan's older brother, who later passed it on to his sister Mary's son, John Healy.  This is what happened:

David Dorgan, Patrick J. Dorgan's brother,  married a woman named Elizabeth Ahearne.  They had no children.  However, David Dorgan took in his sister Mary's son, John Healy and Elizabeth Ahearne took in her sister's daughter, Margaret Grahame. John Healy and Margaret Grahame were newly married before they arrived at Ballybraher.  They had a marriage "arranged" by their respective families. John Healy and Margaret Grahame had five children:  Elizabeth, John Christopher, David and Jeremiah (twins) and James.  None of the Healy children married.  To this day, the three surviving children, Elizabeth, John Christopher and David live on the ancestral Dorgan farm in Ballybraher which is a townland of Ballycotton in East County Cork, Ireland. I visited them in April 2005.

Before his marriage, Patrick J. Dorgan moved from the ancestral Dorgan farm at Ballybraher, which was inherited by his older brother, David Dorgan, to Carrigkilter, a mile down the road.  This property was formerly leased by James Walsh of Ballyandreen.  James Walsh went bankrupt and Patrick J. Dorgan bought his farm in Carrigkilter.

Before he immigrated to America, Patrick J. Dorgan sold his farm to Daniel O'Connell and his wife, Ellen Curtin, from Catairsaibin, County Kerry. The O辰onnell痴 had five children:  Patrick who went to the USA and was killed, Thomas who was a steeplejack, William, Jack and Daniel.

The house and barns that Patrick Dorgan built are still standing today at Carrigkilter.  Daniel O'Connell, Jr. sold this farm to the Murphy family from Cork City.  The Murphy's do not reside there. They have rented it to a single young man.

Patrick J. Dorgan lived in Carrigkilter, Ballycotton between 1886 and 1895.  Ballybraher and Carrigkilter are adjoining townlands within the Parish of Cloyne.

The division of land is as follows:

PLACENAME:                Ballybraher (Carrigkilter)
TOWNLAND:                 Ballycotton
CIVIL PARISH:             Cloyne
POOR LAW UNION:     Middleton
BARONY:                       Imokilly
COUNTY:                       Cork
PROVINCE:                   Munster 


Patrick Dorgan was a farmer who raised animals and crops.  When the economy went sour in the 1880s and the animals began to die he finally left Ireland in October 1896.  His wife, Mary Hartnett, already had a sister, Elizabeth and other relatives (cousins) in Rhode Island.  Patrick stayed with these Hartnetts and found work in Providence as a laborer.  His wife, Mary Hartnett, and their five children:  Anne Theresa, Michael Joseph, Patrick Francis, David Andrew, and William Joseph followed him eight months later in June 1896. They left Cobh (Queenstown), Cork, Ireland on 3 June 1897 and arrived at Ellis Island, New York on 9 June 1897.  Shortly afterwards, they established themselves in Providence, Rhode Island and had two more children, Timothy John and Mary Catherine.



PATRICK DORGAN'S JOURNEY TO AMERICA



The journey to America was fraught with sadness.  It was a sad day when Patrick left the security, comfort and support of family, relatives and friends in the homeland.  It was also a day of excitement, the beginning of a new life in a new country.  He was a pioneer, like millions of Irish men and women before him. 

Patrick Dorgan left from Cobh (Queenstown), Cork, Ireland on 22 October 1896 and arrived in the US at Ellis Island, New York, on 28 October 1896 aboard the White Star Line Ship "Teutonic".  Here is a description of that ship:


TEUTONIC 1889
was a 9,984 gross ton ship, built in 1889 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the White Star Line. Her details were - length 565.8ft x beam 57.8ft, two funnels, three masts, twin screw and a speed of 19 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 300-1st, 190-2nd and 1,000-3rd class. Launched on 19th Jan.1889, she sailed from Liverpool for Spithead on 1st Aug. to take part in the Naval Review, and was the first Armed Merchant Cruiser. On 7th Aug.1889 she commenced her maiden voyage from Liverpool to Queenstown (Cobh) and New York. In Aug.1891 she made a record passage of 5 days 16 hrs 31mins between Queenstown and Sandy Hook, and commenced her last Liverpool - Queenstown - New York voyage on 15th May 1907. On 12th Jun.1907 she started Southampton - Cherbourg - New York sailings and commenced her last voyage on this service on 19th Apr.1911. Transferred to the Liverpool - Quebec - Montreal service on 13th May 1911 with accommodation for 550-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers. On 20th Sep.1914 she was requisitioned as an Armed Merchant Cruiser and served with the 10th Cruiser Squadron. On 16th Aug.1915 she was purchased by the British Admiralty and became a troopship in 1918. Laid up at Cowes, Isle of Wight in 1921 and was scrapped later the same year at Emden. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.759]


Here is the story of what Patrick experienced on that voyage and what happened when he landed on Ellis Island in New York on October 28, 1896.



THE JOURNEY TO AMERICA


STEP ONE: LEAVING HOME

For many, the decision to leave the "Old Country"  was a family affair. Advice was sought and help was freely given by mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, friends, and even entire villages. It was not unusual for an entire family to work for the money for a single family member to make the trip.

The practice of one member of a family going to America first, then saving to bring others over, was common. From 1900 to 1910, almost 95 percent of the immigrants arriving at Ellis Island were joining either family or friends. Sometimes the father would come alone to see if the streets really were paved with the gold of opportunity before sending for his wife and family. Sometimes the eldest son immigrated first, and then sent for the next oldest, until the entire family was in America. Often those who arrived first would send a prepaid ticket back home to the next family member. It is believed that in 1890 between 25 and 50 percent of all immigrants arriving in America possessed prepaid tickets. In 1901, between 40 and 65 percent came either on prepaid tickets, or with money sent to them from the United States.

Since all steerage tickets were sold without space reservations, obtaining a ticket was easy. Principal shipping lines had hundreds of agencies in the United States, and "freelance" ticket agents traveled through parts of Europe, moving from village to village, selling tickets. After 1900, in addition to a ticket, however, an immigrant had to secure a passport from local officials, and a United States visa from either the nearest American consular office of from the local consul at the port.

For many, simply getting to the port was the first major journey of their lives. They would travel by train, by wagon, on donkey, or even on foot. Sometimes travelers would have to wait days, weeks and even months at the port, either for their paperwork to be completed or for their ship to arrive, because train schedules were not coordinated with sailing dates. Assuming their paperwork was in order and a ticket had been purchased, some provision was usually made for the care of the emigrants who were forced to wait for the ship. Steamship companies were required by the governments to watch over the prospective passengers, and at most ports the travelers were housed in private boardinghouses. Some port cities even boasted their own "emigrant hotels."

After the 1893 immigration law went into effect, each passenger had to answer a series of 29 questions (recorded on manifest lists) before boarding the ship. These questions included, among others: name, age, sex, marital status, occupation, nationality, ability to read or write, race, physical and mental health, last residence, and name and address of the nearest relative or friend in the country from which the immigrant came. Immigrants were asked whether they possessed at least $30, whether they had ever been in prison an almshouse, or an institution, or it they were polygamists or anarchists.

Steamship lines were also held accountable for medical examinations of the immigrants before departing the port. Most seaport medical examinations were made by doctors employed by the steamship lines, but often the examination was just too rapid to disclose any but the most obvious diseases and defects. Disinfection (of both immigrants and baggage) and vaccination were routinely performed at the ports. Finally, with questions answered, medical exams completed, vaccinations still stinging, disinfectant still stinking, the immigrants were led down the gangplank to first-class, second-class, or steerage accommodations. Steerage passengers walked past the tiny deck space, squeezed past the ships machinery, and were directed down deep stairways into the enclosed lower decks. They were now in steerage, their prison for the rest of their ocean journey.


STEP TWO: ON BOARD

Three types of accommodations on the ships brought immigrants to America: first class, second class, and steerage. Only steerage passengers were processed at Ellis Island. First- and second-class passengers were quickly and courteously "inspected" on board ship before being transferred to New York.

But steerage was enormously profitable for steamship companies. Even though the average cost of a ticket was only $30, larger ships could hold form 1,500 to 2,000 immigrants, netting a profit of $45,000 to $60,000 for a single one-way voyage. The cost to feed a single immigrant was only about 60 cents a day!

For most immigrants, especially early arrivals, the experience of steerage was like a nightmare. (At one time, the average passenger mortality rate was 10 percent per voyage.) The conditions were so crowded, so dismally dark, so unsanitary, so foul smelling, that they were the single most important cause of Americas early immigration laws. Unfortunately, the laws were almost impossible to enforce; steerage conditions continued to remain deplorable almost beyond belief. As late as 1911, in a report to President William H. Taft, the United States Immigration Commission said of steerage:

"Imagine a large room, perhaps seven feet in height, extending the entire breadth of the ship and about on0third of its lengthヨ. This room is filled with a framework of iron pipes, forming a double tier of six-by-two-feet berths, with only sufficient space left to serve as aisles or passagewaysヨ.Such a compartment will sometimes accommodate as many as three hundred passengers and it duplicated in other parts of the ship and on other decks.

"The open deck space reserved for steerage passengers is usually very limited, and situated in the worst part of the ship subject to the most violent motion, to the dirt from the stacks and the odors from the hold and galleysヨ.The only provisions for eating are frequently shelves or benches along the sides or in the passages of sleeping compartments. Dining rooms are rare and if found are often shared with berths installed along the walls. Toilets and washrooms are completely inadequate; salt water only is available.

"The ventilation is almost always inadequate, and the air soon becomes foul. The unattended vomit of the seasick, the odors of not too clean bodies, the reek of food and the awful stench of the nearby toilet rooms make the atmosphere of the steerage such that it is a marvel that human flesh can endure it ヨ.Most immigrants lie in their berths for most of the voyage, in a stupor caused by the foul air. The food often repels themヨ It is almost impossible to keep personally clean. All of these conditions are naturally aggravated by the crowding."

In spite of the miserable conditions, the immigrants had faith in the future. To pass the time a crossing could take anywhere from 10 days to more than a month depending on the ship and weathering would play cards, sing, dance, and talk, talk, talk.

Rumors about life in America, combined with stories about rejections and deportations at Ellis Island, circulated endlessly. There were rehearsals for answering the immigration inspectors questions, and hour upon hour was spent learning the strange new language.

By the time the tiring trip approached its long-awaited end, most immigrants were in a state of shock: physically, mentally, and emotionally. Yet, even with the shores of a New World looming before their eyes, even with tears of relief streaming down their faces, their journey was not at an end.

A final fear gripped their hearts: Would their new home accept or reject them?

The federal government passed no immigration laws until 1819, and the first law covered only the standards for steerage conditions on sailing vessels.  It also made provisions that limited immigration records be kept; but not until 1882 were immigration regulations made at all uniform.  Then, in 1855, Castle Garden, an old fort on the lower tip of Manhattan, was designated as an immigrant station under state supervision.  When the new federal law was passed in 1882, Castle Garden continued to operate under contract to the U. S. Government.  But, by 1890 its facilities had long since proved to be inadequate for the ever-increasing number of immigrant arrivals. 

After a government survey of potential locations, Ellis Island was the site chosen to establish an entirely new U. S. immigration station.  Several Manhattan sites were previously rejected because earlier newcomers had been routinely and ruthlessly exploited as they left Castle Garden.  On an island the immigrants could be screened, protected, and filtered slowly into their new culture. 

Ellis Island, a 27-acre parcel of land located about a mile from the tip of Manhattan,  was destined to become the most-used doorway to America.  When native American Indians named it Kilshk (Gull Island) after its winged inhabitants, it was little more than a three-acre sandbank of mud and clay.  The Dutch purchased the island from the Indians, and established the colony of New Amsterdam.  It had a succession of owners before the American Revolution when Samuel ELLIS bought and linked his name to it.  New York State purchased Ellis Island in 1808 and in turn sold it to the federal government which wanted to build a fort on it.  Fortified just before the outbreak of the War of 1812, Fort Gibson on Ellis Island saw little action during the war.  It was used primarily as a munitions depot until it was transformed into an immigrant center in 1892. 

Construction of the buildings on Ellis Island began in 1890.  Hundreds of workmen labored at a large three-story reception center, hospital for the ill or quarantined immigrants, laundry facility, boiler-house, and an electric generating plant.  Smaller buildings included a dormitory, restaurant, and baggage station.  Over the years, ballast from ships dumped near Ellis Island built it up, and the landfill and completion of sea walls brought it to a larger size.  When construction was completed, Ellis Island was a self-contained city whose population, though transient, often numbered in the thousands.  The Ellis Island Immigration Center was officially dedicated on New Year's Day in 1892. 

On that day a 15-year-old Irish girl, Annie Moore from County Cork, was closest to the gangplank as it was lowered from the "S. S. Nevada."  She was the first person processed at Ellis Island.  According to a copy of the 'New York Times' for that date, "The waiting officials presented her with a ten dollar gold piece.  She had never seen a United States coin and this was the largest sum of money she had ever possessed."  Other records show that Annie was bringing her two younger brothers to join their parents,  who had immigrated to NY four years before.  Seven hundred passengers from the ships "City of Paris" and "Victoria" were also cleared that day.  Passenger lists for these and hundreds of other vessels which entered NY and other American ports were preserved on microfilm for those who wished to trace their ancestor's passage to America.

The life of the first station on Ellis Island was short.  All the pine-frame buildings burned to the ground in a disastrous fire on June 15, 1897.  Mary Catherine Hartnett, Patrick J. Dorgan痴 wife, arrived at Ellis Island on June 9, 1897, one week before  this disasterous fire!

Congress immediately appropriated funds to replace the structures with fire-proof buildings.  During the next 2-1/2  year rebuilding phase, immigrants were processed at stations on Manhattan.  The new buildings were brick and ironwork structures with limestone trimmings, and the station reopened in December 1900.  The main building, 338 feet long and 168 feet wide was notable for its four cupola-style towers and spacious second floor Registry Room.  The vaulted terra-cotta ceiling of the Great Hall swept sixty feet over a black tile floor which was cleaned and polished twice a day.  Three bronze and glass chandeliers with hundreds of lightbulbs made the room an impressive sight.  The first glimpse of this scene probably confirmed the stories immigrants had heard about the wealth in America.

The Atlantic had rarely offered a smooth crossing.  Frequent storms and high seas kept ships in a pitching motion, bringing miserable seasickness to all but a few.  Hundreds of poorer class immigrants were jammed into the steerage section of ships where they spent much of the time in narrow bunks in an atmosphere tainted with disease and separated from family, friends, and familiar sights.  The last day of the voyage and the first sighting of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island brought new anxieties.  Passengers of means escaped the rigors of the "Ellis Ordeal" by being processed aboard the vessel.  These privileged few were then delivered directly to Manhattan.  The poorer classes, however, experienced further frustration as they often sat 3-4 days in the crowded harbor awaiting their ship's turn to disembark passengers.  On days when several large ships carrying over a thousand passengers in steerage docked concurrently, the capacity of the station was woefully inadequate.  Finally, with babes in arms and children in hand, laden with bundles and baggage containing all their worldly possessions, this diverse assemblage of Old World humanity would stream down the plank and on to Ellis Island. 



STEP THREE: INSPECTION

Medical inspectors boarded incoming ships in the quarantine area at the entrance to the Lower Bay of New York Harbor. Ships were examined from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. Vessels arriving after 5 P.M. had to anchor for the night.

The quarantine examination was conducted aboard ship and reserved for first or second-class cabin passengers. U.S. citizens were exempt from the examination. Passengers were inspected for possible contagious diseases: cholera, plaque, smallpox, typhoid fever, yellow fever, scarlet fever, measles, and diphtheria. Few cabin-class passengers were marked to be sent to Ellis Island for more complete examinations. For example, in 1905, of 100,000 cabin passengers arriving in New York, only 3,000 had to pass through Ellis Island for additional medical checks. During the same year, 800,000 steerage passengers were examined at the island.

For steerage passengers, quarantine was simply a time of heightened frustration and ever-increasing anxiety.

After the visiting medical inspectors climbed down ladders to their waiting cutter, the ship finally moved north through the Narrows leading to Upper New York Bay and into the harbor. Slowly, the tip of Manhattan came into view. The first object to be seen, and the focus of every immigrants attention, was the Statue of Liberty. Perhaps her overwhelming impact can best be described in the words of those who saw her in this way for the first time:

"I thought she was one of the Seven Wonders of the World," exclaimed a German nearing his eightieth birthday.

A Polish man said: "The bigness of Mrs. Liberty overcame us. No one spoke a word for she was like a goddess and we know she represented the big, powerful country which was to be our future home."

Just beyond the statue, about a half mile to the northwest, was Ellis Island. After the ship had docked in Manhattan, while cabin passengers were being released to the freedom of New York, steerage passengers poured across the pier to a waiting area. Each wore name tag with the individuals manifest number written in large letters. The immigrants were then assembled in groups of 30, according to manifest letters, and were packed on the top decks of barges, while their baggage was piled on the lower decks.

Soon, very soon, they would arrive at the islands landing slip and be led to the Main Buildings large reception room. Here, at last, immigrants would take the final step in their journey to freedom in America.

When they finally landed, the ground still swaying like waves beneath their feet, the shrill shouts of a dozen different languages assaulting their ears, they met their first American, a nameless interpreter. In retrospect, it may be that these interpreters were the unsung heroes of the entire immigration screening process. Their patience and skill frequently helped save an immigrant from deportation.

The average number of languages spoken by an interpreter was 6, but a dozen languages (including dialects) were not uncommon. The record for a single interpreter was 15 languages.

One interpreter was Fiorello Laguardia, who would later become the famous mayor of New York City responsible for cleaning up the corruption of Tammany Hall. He worked at Ellis Island for an annual salary of $1,200 from 1907 to 1910. Interpreters led groups through the main doorway and directed them up a steep stairway to the Registry Room. Although they did not realize it, the immigrants were already taking their first test: a doctor stood at the top of the stairs watching for signs of lameness, heavy breathing that might indicate a heart condition, or "bewildered gazes" that might be symptomatic of a mental condition.

As each immigrant passed, a doctor, with an interpreter at his side, would examine the immigrants face, hair, neck, and hands. The doctor held a piece of chalk. On about 2 out of every 10 or 11 immigrants who passed he would scrawl a large white letter; the letter meant the immigrant was to be detained for further medical inspection.

Should an immigrant be suspected of mental defects, an X was marked high on the front of the right shoulder; a plain X lower on the right shoulder indicated the suspicion of a deformity or disease; an X within a circle meant some definite symptom had been detected. And the "shorthand" continued: B indicated possible back problems; C, conjunctivitis; Ct, trachoma; E, eyes; F, face; Ft, feet; D, goiter; H, heart; K, hernia; L, lameness; N, neck; P, physical and lungs; Pg, pregnancy; S, senility; and Sc, scalp. If an immigrant was marked, he or she continued with the process and then was directed to rooms set aside for further examination.

Sometimes whole groups would be made to bathe with disinfectant solutions before being cleared not too surprising, considering how many were unable to bathe during the crossing. Again the line moved on. The next group of doctors was the dreaded "eye men." They were looking for symptoms of trachoma, an eye disease that caused blindness and even death. (This disease was the reason for more than half of the medical detentions, and its discovery meant certain deportation.) Rumors of this particular inspection terrified many an immigrant, but it was over in a few seconds, as the doctor tilted the immigrants head back and swiftly snapped back the upper eyelids over a small instrument (actually a hook for buttoning shoes).

If immigrants had any of the diseases proscribed by the immigration laws, or were too ill or feeble-minded to earn a living, they would be deported. Sick children ages 12 or older were sent back to Europe alone and were released in the port form, which they had come. Children younger than 12 had to be accompanied by a parent. There were many tearful scenes as families with a sick child decided who would go and who would stay.

Immigrants who passed their medical exams were now ready to take the final test from the "primary line" inspector, seated on a high stool with the ships manifest on a desk in front of him and an interpreter at his side.

This questioning process was designed to verify the 29 items of information contained on the manifest. Since each "primary line" inspector had only about two minutes in which to decide whether each immigrant was "clearly and beyond a doubt entitled to land," nearly all of the immigrants received curt nods of approval and were handed landing cards.

Most passed the test. (Only two percent of the immigrants seeking refuge in America would fail to be admitted.) After only a few more hours on Ellis Island, they were free to go. Their journey was nearly complete.


STEP FOUR: BEYOND ELLIS ISLAND

Those with landing cards in hand next moved to the Money Exchange. Here six cashiers exchanged gold, silver, and paper money form countries all over Europe for American dollars, based on the days official rates posted on a blackboard.

For immigrants traveling to cities or towns beyond New York City, the next stop was the railroad ticket office. There, a dozen agents collectively sold as many as 25 tickets a minute on the busiest days. Immigrants could wait in areas marked for each independent railroad line in the ferry terminal.

When it was reasonably near the time for their trains departure, they would be ferried on barges to the train terminals in Jersey City or Hoboken. Immigrants going to New England went on the ferry to Manhattan. All that remained was to make arrangements for their trunks, stored in the Baggage room, to be sent on to their final destinations.

Finally! With admittance cards, railroad or ferry passes, and box lunches in hand, the immigrants journey to and through Ellis Island was complete. For many it had begun months or even years before. Some, of course, still had more traveling ahead of them to the rocky shores of New England, to the Great Plains of the Midwest, or to the orange groves of California.

But whatever lay ahead, in their hearts they could read the invisible sign that proclaimed "Welcome to America."


PATRICK DORGAN: THE US CENSUS AND THE CENSUS OF RHODE ISLAND


1900 US FEDERAL CENSUS (Providence, Ward 3, ED 27, Page 4, June 4, 1900)
Patrick Dorgan and his wife, Mary, together with their six children (Anne, Michael, Patrick, David, John and William) appear in the 1900 Federal Census of New England ( Image #695, roll T623_1506, page 140, Enumeration District 27, Sheet 4, June 4, 1900) living at 39 Ashborne Street in the 3rd Ward of Providence, RI.  Patrick listed his occupation as a "night laborer".

1905 US STATE CENSUS OF RHODE ISLAND
Patrick Dorgan and his wife, Mary, together with their six children (Anne, Michael, Patrick, David, William and Mary)appear on the 1905 Census of Rhode Island living at 296 Charles Street in Providence, RI.  His son, John had died.  This census depicts him as a "common laborer." , age 45, who emigrated to the US in 1896 and was "unemployed for three months" during the census year of 1905.

1915 RHODE ISLAND STATE CENSUS
This census lists Patrick ("Patsy") as "Head" of the family together with his wife, Mary and three of their children, David, William J. and Mary.  At this time they were living at 125 Wayne Street in Providence, RI.  Patrick is listed as a laborer with the City of Providence and was "out of work on April 15, 1915," but was "working on own account."

1920 US FEDERAL CENSUS
No record for Patrick Dorgan.

1925 RHODE ISLAND STATE CENSUS
This census lists Patrick as "Head" of the family together with his wife Mary and his daughter Mary.  At this time they were living at 61 Bergen Street in Providence, RI.  This was a three story home owned by his son David's father-in-law, James Doorley.  James Doorley, David Dorgan and his wife Ellen (Helen) Doorley lived on one floor.  Patrick and Mary Dorgan and their daughter, Mary Dorgan lived on another floor.  Edward Doorley, the son of James Doorley, and his wife Elizabeth and their son, James lived on another floor.  This census also lists Patrick's and Mary's citizenship as "petitioning aliens".

1930 US FEDERAL CENSUS (Cranston City, Ward 2, Providence County, Rhode Island, ED #4-128, page 11A)
This census lists Patrick Dorgan as "Head" of the family. He stated that he was 65, married at the age of 25, born in the Irish Free State of Irish parents and that he paid $45 rent.  At this time he and his family were living in the Auburn section of Cranston.  Patrick was a factory worker (a boilermaker) in Providence, RI at the Providence Ironworks in the Turks Head Building.  Living with him was his wife, Mary, and his daughter Mary Catherine, together with her husband, Raymond J. Moriarty and their daughter, Barbara Jane.


PATRICK DORGAN:  THE PROVIDENCE CITY DIRECTORIES

Patrick Dorgan appears in these Directories for the City of Providence, Rhode Island:

1900 - Rhode Island CIty Directories - Providence page 280 - 39 Ashborne Street
1907 - Rhode Island CIty Directories - Providence page 584 - 49 Osborne Street
1913 - Rhode Island CIty Directories - Providence page 804 (for year ending 1913) 123 Wayne Street
1915 - Rhode Island CIty Directories - Providence page 783 (year ending 1916) 125 Wayne Street
1919 - Rhode Island CIty Directories - Providence page 717 (year ending 1920) 125 Wayne Street
1923 - Rhode Island City DIrectories - Providence page 160 - 68 Bergen
1925 - Rhode Island City Directories - Providence, fireman (澱oiler man) at the Turk痴 Head Building.  He resided at 61 Bergen Street.
1928 - Rhode Island City Directories - Providence, fireman  ("boiler man") at the Turk's Head Building.  He resided at 61 Bergen Street .
1929 - Rhode Island City Directories - Providence, laborer. He resided at103 Rosedale Street.
1930 - Rhode Island City Directories - Providence page 677 - 103 Rosedale
1932 - Rhode Island City Directories - Cranston - page 379 (for year ending Sept 1933) 304 BayVIew Avenue



Patrick had petitioned to become a US citizen since 1916. Along with his sons, David A. Dorgan and Michael J. Dorgan and Richard Hartnett, he took citizenship classes either at the library or a school during the War years 1917-1918. My friend, Ed Duggan  of Providence, Rhode Island sent this email to me on 12 March 2006:

典he reason for this mail is because last week I was in the R.I. Historical Library on Hope St. in Prov. As I was going thru some manuscript papers I found that they had list of immigrants who decided to become citizens thru classes in libraries, schools, etc for 1917-1918, the war years. As I was reading the names on the list for Providence I saw these names, maybe they are relatives.

They are indeed Dorgan relatives:
 
From Ireland:  
 
Patrick Dorgan      125 Wayne Street       age 56,   came into U.S. at 20 yrs old.
David A. Dorgan     125 Wayne Street      age 22,
Michael J. Dorgan  10 Huron Street          age 28,
Richard Hartnett  17 1/2 Peter Street    age 48,
 
Best of luck in your new venture, Ed. Duggan

The comment concerning Patrick Dorgan, 田ame to the U.S. at 20 years old, is obviously incorrect. Perhaps what should have been commented is 田ame to the U.S. 20 years ago!

Richard Hartnett must have been related to Patrick Dorgan痴 wife, Mary Catherine Hartnett.  But how? There is only one Richard Hartnett who immigrated from Ireland through Castel Garden (1830-1912): Richard  Hartnett,  Laborer,  20,  Male, Arrived  24  Oct 1885 from Ireland, on-board the ship, Catalonia.

Finally, Patrick became a US citizen on May 15, 1933 at the US District Court in Providence.  At that time he was living at 170 Richland Street, Cranston, RI.  He was a stationary fireman.  His sponsors were John H. Maguire, his son-in-law, who was a trucking contractor living at 21 College Road in Providence, RI and John H. O'Brien, the husband of his wife's sister, Ellen who was also a contractor and builder living at 100 Bolton Avenue, Providence, RI.

Patrick suffered a debilitating stroke in the mid-late 1930s.  He died at the home of his son Michael, 213 Woodbine Street in Cranston on December 9, 1937.  This was a three-story tenement house.  Michael Dorgan occupied the first floor.  Thomas A. Dorgan, Sr. occupied the second floor and Patrick and Mary Dorgan occupied the third floor.

Patrick J. Dorgan is buried in St. Ann's Cemetery, Cranston, Rhode Island, Section 7, Lot 123 next to his wife, Mary C. Hartnett, who died 13 years later.  His Great Grandson, William J. Dorgan III commissioned and erected a grave stone marker in October 2005 from Loffredo痴 Monumental Decor, 1469 Cranston Street, Cranston, RI 02920. the grave is located at St. Ann痴 Cemetery, Cranston, Rhode Island, Section 7, Lot 1123.

The headstone reads:

Patrick J. Dorgan
26 Apr 1860 - 9 Dec 1937
His Wife
Mary C. Hartnett
16 May 1869 - 23 Nov 1950

The Obituary of Patrick J. Dorgan appeared in the Providence Journal on 10 December 1937, page 9:

撤ATRICK DORGAN DIES
Industrial Trust Building Aide Succumbs in East Greenwich

Patrick Dorgan, husband if Mary (Hodnett) Dorgan, a fireman in the Industrial Trust building and a resident of Providence for 37 years, died yesterday orning at his home, Division Street, East Greenwich. Mr. Dorgan was born in County Cork, Ireland, son of the late Patrick and Ann (Flynn) Dorgan and came here at an early age. He leaves his widow, four sons, Michael J. of Auburn; P. Francis of Providence; David A. Dorgan, past State Department commander of V.F.W., and William J. Dorgan of East Greenwich; two daughters, Mrs. Ann T. maguire of Edgewood and Mrs. James Moriarty of Cranston, and 20 grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 8:15 Monday morning at the home of his sister(sic=daughter), Mrs. Moriarty, 306 Washington Avenue, Edgewood. There will be a solemn high mass of requiem in St. Paul痴 Church, Edgewood, at 9 o団lock. Burial will be in St. Ann痴 Cemetery, Cranston.

Spouse:      Mary Catherine HARTNETT
Birth:          16 MAY 1869
Birth:          Garryvoe, County Cork, Ireland
Death:        23 NOV 1950, age: 811
Death:        Warwick, Rhode Island
Burial:         St. Anne's Cemetery, Cranston, Rhode Island, Section 7, Lot 1123
Bapt:          16 MAY 1869, age: <1
Bapt:          Church of Cloyne; Sponsors: Thomas Harnett and Mary McCarthy
Reli:           Roman Catholic
Father:      John HARTNETT (~1830-)
Mother:     Mary DUHIG (~1830-)
Marr:         26 NOV 1886
Marr:         Cloyne RC Church, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Witnesses:    John Harty and Ellen Hartnett
Priest:    John O'Riordan, C.C.
Last Irish Residence:    1897: Midleton, Cork, Ireland, age 27
The Civil Marriage record is located in the Superintendent Registrar's District of Midleton.

Patrick J. Dorgan and Mary Catherine Hartnett were married in the Cloyne Roman Catholic Church.  The Cloyne Church is the main parish church and there are three more churches in the same parish:  Ballycotton, built in 1901; Churchtown South, built in 1835 and Shanagarry, built in 1835 or so.  The Churchtown South and Shanagarry churches are the same design.

Regarding the witness John Harty:  John Harty came from Ballintemple (Ballynoe, Churchtown South). Hew was the son of Edmond Harty who had a house, offices, and land (58 acres, 3 roods and 1 perch) in Kilmacahill next door to Denis Harty who had a house in Kilmacahill.  This family is still represented today in Kilmacahill by Eddie Harty and his family.


The following records are kept at the Catholic Parish of Cloyne and also at the National Library in Dublin:


Baptisms
1791 - 1880
1791 - 1880

Marriages
1786 - 1880
1786 - 1880

Deaths
none



GENERATION 5:


Children:


    Anne Theresa (1887-1976)
    Michael Joseph (1889-1967)
    Patrick Francis (1891-1969)
    David Andrew (1893-1984)
    John Joseph (1895->1895)
    William Joseph (1897-1983)
    Timothy Joseph (1902-1903)
    Mary Catherine (1905-1996)



1.1.1.5.1 Anne Theresa DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    24 APR 1887
Birth Place:    Churchtown South, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    1 JUN 1976, age: 892
Death Place:    Warwick, Rhode Island 02888
Bapt Date:    24 APR 1887, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Ballycotton, Diocese of Cloyne.  Sponsors: Jeremiah Healy (The husband of her father's sister, Mary) and Ellen Hartnett (her mother's sister).
Occ:    Milliner (Hat Maker)

My friend, Pete Morrison, who lives in Churchtown South, East County Cork, Ireland, told me he once met James (Jimmy) Manning in the 1960s who went to school with Anne Theresa Dorgan at the National School in Churchtown South in the 1890s!

Spouse:    John Henry MAGUIRE , Jr.1,3,2
Birth Date:    24 DEC 18842
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    16 AUG 1935, age: 502
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Father:    John Henry MAGUIRE , Sr. (~1853-1924)
Mother:    Sarah I. McSOLEY (~1857-1932)
Marr Date:    26 JUN 19132
Marr Place:    Providence, Rhode Island


GENERATION 6:


Children:


    Mary (1914-1938)
    John H. (1916-1969)
    Helen (1918-2000)
    Joseph F. (1920-2002)
    Francis (1922-)
    William (1924-)
    Ann (1927-)
    Patricia (1929-)
    Hope (1931-)



1.1.1.5.1.1 Mary MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    14 APR 19142
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    19 MAR 1938, age: 23
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Mary Maguire died at the age of 23 of a streptococcus germ.

1.1.1.5.1.2a John H. MAGUIRE*
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Birth Date:    14 APR 19162
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    APR 1969, age: 522
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

John H. Maguire managed a bar in Central Falls called the Blarney Stone.   He had cancer of the larynx and learned to speak with a voice box.

Spouse:    Rose BARTON

Other spouses:    Mary CUTE

1.1.1.5.1.2b John H. MAGUIRE* (See above)
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Spouse:    Mary CUTE
Birth Place:    Pawtucket, RI2

Other spouses:    Rose BARTON

1.1.1.5.1.3 Helen MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    17 FEB 19182
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    1 SEP 2000, age: 822
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Headline: OBITUARIES 1
Publication Date: September 03, 2000
Source: The Providence Journal
Page: B-07
Subjects: 
Region: North America; Northeastern United States; Rhode Island
Obituary: HELEN S. McDERMOTT, 82, of Midland Road, a retired bookkeeper, died unexpectedly Friday at home. She was the wife of Joseph V. McDermott. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late John H. and Anne T. (Dorgan) Maguire, she lived in Charlestown for 22 years. Mrs. McDermott was a bookkeeper for Union Trust Bank, Stanford, Conn., for seven years, retiring in 1972. She was a communicant of St. James Chapel. Besides her husband, she leaves two sons, Michael J. McDermott of Naples, Fla., and Paul G. McDermott of New Canaan, Conn.; three brothers, Joseph Maguire of Tacoma, Wash., Francis Maguire of Indianapolis and William Maguire of Warwick; three sisters, Anne Morgan and Patricia Maguire, both of Warwick, and Hope Gaynor of South Yarmouth, Mass.; and five grandchildren. She was the sister of the late Mary and John Maguire. The funeral will be held Thursday at 8:45 a.m. from Avery-Storti Funeral Home, 88 Columbia St., Wakefield, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 in St. James Chapel, Matunuck Schoolhouse Road. Burial will be in River Bend Cemetery, Westerly.

Spouse:    Joseph V. McDERMOTT1

1.1.1.5.1.4 Joseph F. MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    19 MAR 19201
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    APR 2002, age: 82
Death Place:    Tacoma, Washington
Reside Date:    NOV 2000, age: 80
Reside Place:    Tacoma, Washington
Burial Place:    National Cemetery, Kent, Washington

Spouse:    Carolyne Ellen SWANSON1
Birth Date:    18 JUN 1919, age: 86
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington
Father:    Captain Gustaf F. SWANSON
Mother:    Clara AGNES

Children:    Carol (1944-)
    Michael Joseph (1949-)
    Daniel John (1954-)

1.1.1.5.1.4.1 Carol MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    10 MAR 1944, age: 62
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington

Spouse:    Jack WITHROW
Birth Date:    15 MAR 1942, age: 64
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington
Marr Date:    8 JUN 1968

Children:    Andrea (1973-)
    Emily Teresa (1976-)

1.1.1.5.1.4.1.1 Andrea WITHROW
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Birth Date:    24 SEP 1973, age: 32
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington

Spouse:    Staff Sergeant Konrad SOBOCINSKI

Children:    Ryana Carolyne (2001-)

1.1.1.5.1.4.1.1.1 Ryana Carolyne SOBOCINSKI
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Birth Date:    5 SEP 2001, age: 4
Birth Place:    Germany

1.1.1.5.1.4.1.2 Emily Teresa WITHROW
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Birth Date:    19 AUG 1976, age: 29
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington

1.1.1.5.1.4.2 Michael Joseph MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    4 FEB 1949, age: 57
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington
Reside Place:    Port Orchard, Washington

Spouse:    Susan NORDLUND

Children:    Matthew
    Andrew
    Jeffrey

1.1.1.5.1.4.2.1 Matthew MAGUIRE
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Spouse:    CECILY

Children:    Eloise Jane (2004-)

1.1.1.5.1.4.2.1.1 Eloise Jane MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    FEB 2004, age: 2

1.1.1.5.1.4.2.2 Andrew MAGUIRE
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1.1.1.5.1.4.2.3 Jeffrey MAGUIRE
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1.1.1.5.1.4.3 Daniel John MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    2 JUN 1954, age: 51
Birth Place:    Seattle, Washington
Reside Place:    Tacoma, Washington

Spouse:    Peggy PARKER

Children:    Katie
    Danni
    Molly

1.1.1.5.1.4.3.1 Katie MAGUIRE
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Birth Place:    Tacoma, Washington

1.1.1.5.1.4.3.2 Danni MAGUIRE
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Birth Place:    Tacoma, Washington

1.1.1.5.1.4.3.3 Molly MAGUIRE
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1.1.1.5.1.5a Francis MAGUIRE*1
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Birth Date:    29 AUG 1922, age: 831
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Francis Maguire related the story of how, at the age of 12-15, (1934-1937), he would help William John Dorgan and James Moriarty build a barn in West Greenwich and then "pouch" corn from a nearby pasture, which they all ate during those Depression Days.

Spouse:    Margaret O'BRIEN1
Birth Date:    26 JUL 1918
Birth Place:    Indiana
Death Date:    MAR 1993, age: 74
Death Place:    Indianapolis, Indiana

Children:    James (1947-)
    Elaine (1950-)
    Joseph (1955-)

Other spouses:    Nuala O'CONNOR

1.1.1.5.1.5a.1 James MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    1947, age: 59
O Place:    Attorney

Spouse:    Susan
Death Date:    6 APR 2000

Children:    Molly Kathleen (1977-)
    Bridget Anne (1981-)
    Courtney Marie (1983-)

1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.1 Molly Kathleen MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    25 AUG 1977, age: 28

Spouse:    Micah SHREWSBERRY
Occ:    Assistant Basketball Coach, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia

Children:    Braeden James

1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.1.1 Braeden James SHREWSBERRY
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1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.2 Bridget Anne MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    19 APR 1981, age: 24

1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.3 Courtney Marie MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    21 MAY 1983, age: 22

1.1.1.5.1.5a.2 Elaine MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    1950, age: 56
Reside Place:    Franklin, Indiana

Spouse:    Randy POWERS

Children:    Brian Christopher (1980-)
    Jeff Hugh (1983-)

1.1.1.5.1.5a.2.1 Brian Christopher POWERS
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Birth Date:    5 FEB 1980, age: 26

1.1.1.5.1.5a.2.2 Jeff Hugh POWERS
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Birth Date:    29 NOV 1983, age: 22

1.1.1.5.1.5a.3 Joseph MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    6 OCT 1955, age: 50
Birth Place:    St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, Indiana

Joseph Maguire and his wife Rita Kesterson were born on the same day and in the same hospital!

Spouse:    Rita KESTERSON
Birth Date:    6 OCT 1955, age: 50
Birth Place:    St. Francis Hospital, Beech Grove, Indiana

Children:    Patrick Joseph (1985-)
    Anne Maureen (1989-)

1.1.1.5.1.5a.3.1 Patrick Joseph MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    1 JUN 1985, age: 20

1.1.1.5.1.5a.3.2 Anne Maureen MAGUIRE
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Birth Date:    14 FEB 1989, age: 17

1.1.1.5.1.5b Francis MAGUIRE* (See above)
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Spouse:    Nuala O'CONNOR
Birth Place:    Ireland
Alias:    Nuala /Stanley/
Marr Date:    1995
Marr Place:    Indianapolis, Indiana

Other spouses:    Margaret O'BRIEN

1.1.1.5.1.6 William MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    9 OCT 1924, age: 812
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Policeman, Providence, Rhode Island Police Force
Occupation 2:    Truck Driver

Spouse:    Loretta M. STORTI
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island2
Marr Date:    30 MAY 19502
Marr Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.1.7 Ann MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    1 JUN 1927, age: 781
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Thomas A. MORGAN1

1.1.1.5.1.8 Patricia MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    6 NOV 1929, age: 761
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Patricia Maguire first introduced me to the DORGANs I never knew as a child.  Because of her, I have undertaken this project with an almost compulsive obsession.  Patricia and her mother Anne Theresa Dorgan, and her brother Francis and sisters, Anne and Hope visited the farm of Patrick Dorgan and Mary Catherine Hartnett in Carrigkilter and also the ancestral home at Ballybraher.  I followed in their footsteps in April 2005.

Spouse:    John KOLB
Marr Date:    1982

1.1.1.5.1.9 Hope MAGUIRE1
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Birth Date:    5 AUG 1931, age: 742
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Thomas GAYNOR1

1.1.1.5.2 Michael Joseph DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    25 FEB 1889
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    10 AUG 1967, age: 781
Death Place:    Hooksett, New Hamshire
O Place:    Jewelry Ring and Tool Maker
Bapt Date:    27 FEB 1889, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Ballycotton, Diocese of Cloyne.  Sponsors: Daniel Dorgan and Elizabeth Dorgan (This is most likely Patrick J. Dorgan's brother David (Daniel) and his wife Elizabeth Ahearne).
Burial Date:    14 AUG 1967
Burial Place:    Cranston, Rhode Island

Michael Joseph Dorgan is listed in these censuses:

1920 US FEDERAL CENSUS (Providence, Ward 7, Rhode Island ED 263, page 11B &12A). Michael Joseph Dorgan was "Head" of his family, age 30, naturalized.  His wife, Catherine J. and his two children, Christopher J. and Mary C. lived with him.

1925 Providence City Directory
Michael Joseph Dorgan is an assistant foreman working at 103 Jenkens Street.

1930 Providence City Directory
Michael Joseph Dorgan is listed as a foreman with the Otsby & Barton Company located at 118 Richmond Street.  He resided in the Auburn section of Cranston on Woodbine Street.


More About Michael Joseph Dorgan:

Citizenship: June 05, 1917, "Declarant"
Draft Card Registration: June 05, 1917, Registration #321 (38-1-12-A)
Occupation: June 05, 1917, Jewelry Ring and Tool Maker, Sub. Foreman, Osby & Barton Co.
Residence: June 05, 1917, 10 Huron Street, Providence, RI

Spouse:    Catherine Josephine KING1
Birth Date:    5 JAN 1883
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    21 APR 1944, age: 61
Death Place:    203 Woodbine St., Cranston, Rhode Island
Burial Date:    24 APR 1944
Burial Place:    St. Ann's Cemetery, Plot 398, Section 15, Cranston, RI
Reside Place:    203 Woodbine St., Auburn, RI
Father:    Thomas Francis KING (~1850-1918)
Mother:    Catherine Frances BYRNE (1852-1919)
Marr Date:    29 JUL 19141
Marr Place:    Immaculate Conception Church, Warwick, Rhode Island

Children:    Christopher J. (1915-1971)
    Mary C. (1917-1940)
    Genevieve L. (1919-2001)
    Thomas Austin (1920-)
    Michael J. (1923-1923)

1.1.1.5.2.1 Christopher J. DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    6 JUL 1915
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    30 JUN 1971, age: 55
Death Place:    VA Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island Veterans Hospital
O Date:    BET 1955 AND 1971, age: 39
O Place:    Manager, Department of Employment Security

The obituary of Christopher J. Dorgan appeared in the Providence Journal on June 30, 1971:

In Providence Journal 07/01/1971, page 31
Death : 06/30/1971 in Providence, RI
Christopher J. Dorgan

Christopher J. Dorgan, 55, of 585 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, a manager in the Department of Employment Security for 15 years until retiring in 1962 died yesterday in the Veterans Administration Hospital here. Ill a month, he was the husband of Jeanette (Moreau) Dorgan..
Mr. Dorgan was born July 6, 1915 in Providence. A Cranston resident most of his life, he was a communicant of St Marks Church, Garden City. He was a World War II Army veteran.
His parents were the late Michael J. and Catherine (King) Dorgan.
Besides his wife, he is survived by a brother, Thomas A. Dorgan of Warwick, and a sister Mrs Genevieve Owen in New Hampshire.
His funeral will be held tomorrow in Cranston at 8 a. m. from Woodlawn, 600 Pontiac Ave., with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 in St Marks Church, Garden City. Burial will be in St Anns Cemetery.

Spouse:    Jennette MOREAU
Birth Date:    1919, age: 87
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.2.2 Mary C. DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    31 JAN 1917
Birth Place:    Providence, RI
Death Date:    13 FEB 1940, age: 23
Death Place:    Cranston, Rhode Island
Burial Place:    St. Ann's Cemetery, Plot 398, Section 15, Cranston, RI
Alias:    /Marie/

Mary C. Marie Dorgan never married.  She died at the age of 23 at 203 Woodbine Street, Cranston, RI.  Here is her obituary printed in the Providence Journal, February 14, 1940:

Marie C. DORGAN
Miss Marie C. Dorgan, 23, daughter of Michael J. and Catherine J. King Dorgan, died yesterday at her home, 203 Woodbine street, Cranston, after a short illness. She was born Jan. 31, 1917, in Providence and had attended Cranston high school.
Miss Dorgan was a member of the Blessed Virgin Sodality of St Matthews Church. She is survived by her parents, a sister, Miss Genevieve L. Dorgan, and two brothers, Christopher J. and Thomas A. Dorgan of Cranston. The funeral will be held Friday morning at 8:15 at her home. A solemn requiem mass will be sung in St Matthews Church, Elmwood Avenue, at 9 oclock. Burial will be in St Anns Cemetery, Cranston.

1.1.1.5.2.3 Genevieve L. DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    1 JAN 19191
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    12 MAR 2001, age: 82
Death Place:    Bedford, New Hampshire
Burial Place:    Hooksett, NH

Here is Genevieve's obituary that appeared in the Concord New Hampshire Monitor:

Genevieve L. Owen, HOOKSETT

Tuesday, March 13, 2001


HOOKSETT - Genevieve L. Owen died yesterday at Laurel Center, Bedford, after a short illness. She was born in Providence, R.I., the daughter of Michael and Kathryn (King) Dorgan. She lived in Hooksett from 1962 until moving to Manchester in 1984, returning to Hooksett in 1992. She was a homemaker and a part-time sales clerk at Jordan Marsh. She was past president of Hooksett Catholic Women's Club and a volunteer for Hooksett Little League. She is predeceased by her husband, Ted Owen Jr., who died in 1998. Survivors include two daughters, Kathleen Raskin of Allenstown and Nanci Breagy of Epsom; a son, Ted Owen III of Hooksett; a brother, Thomas Dorgan of Scituate, R.I.; four grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. Calling hours will not be held. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Thursday at 10 a.m. in Holy Rosary Church, 15 S. Main St., Hooksett. Lambert Funeral Home, Manchester, is in charge of the arrangements.

Spouse:    Frederick E. OWEN
Birth Date:    1 DEC 1914
Death Date:    10 MAR 1998, age: 83
Death Place:    Hooksett, New Hampshire
Burial Place:    Hooksett, NH

Children:    Kathleen M. (1944-)
    Mary B. (1944-1945)
    Nanci L. (1947-)
    Frederick H. (1957-)

1.1.1.5.2.3.1 Kathleen M. OWEN
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Birth Date:    11 FEB 1944, age: 62
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Reside Place:    Allenstown, NH

Spouse:    Stanley A. RASKIN
Marr Date:    APR 1968

1.1.1.5.2.3.2 Mary B. OWEN
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Birth Date:    NOV 1944
Birth Place:    Cranston, Rhode Island
Death Date:    20 MAR 1945, age: <1
Death Place:    Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Burial Place:    St. Ann's Cemetery, Plot 398, Section 15, Cranston, RI

1.1.1.5.2.3.3 Nanci L. OWEN
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Birth Date:    4 SEP 1947, age: 58
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Reside Place:    Epsom, New Hampshire

Spouse:    William James BREAGY
Marr Date:    MAY 1969

Children:    Stephen M. (1967-)
    Michael E. (1970-)

1.1.1.5.2.3.3.1 Stephen M. BREAGY
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Birth Date:    OCT 1967, age: 38

1.1.1.5.2.3.3.2 Michael E. BREAGY
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Birth Date:    SEP 1970, age: 35

1.1.1.5.2.3.4 Frederick H. OWEN III
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Birth Date:    7 SEP 1957, age: 48
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Reside Place:    Summerfield, Florida
Alias:    /Ted/

Spouse:    Donna M. LESSIEUR
Birth Date:    25 JUN 1958, age: 47
Father:    William LESSIEUR
Mother:    Teresa POISSON

Children:    Tanya Marie (1986-)
    Frederick H. (1989-)

1.1.1.5.2.3.4.1 Tanya Marie OWEN
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Birth Date:    20 JUL 1986, age: 19

1.1.1.5.2.3.4.2 Frederick H. OWEN IV
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Birth Date:    20 OCT 1989, age: 16
Alias:    /T.J./

1.1.1.5.2.4 Thomas Austin DORGAN , Sr.1
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Birth Date:    21 DEC 1920, age: 851
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Ann D. O'DONNELL1
Marr Date:    22 AUG 1942
Marr Place:    Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Providence, Rhode Island

Children:    Thomas Austin (1943-)
    Anne Marie (1944-)
    Maureen (1949-1954)
    Kevin Michael (1950-)
    Regina Marie (1951-)
    Virginia Mary (1954-)
    Monica Maureen (1956-)

1.1.1.5.2.4.1a Thomas Austin DORGAN , Jr.*1
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Birth Date:    29 JUL 1943, age: 62
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Anna ?

Other spouses:    Anne Marie FINCH

1.1.1.5.2.4.1b Thomas Austin DORGAN , Jr.* (See above)
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Spouse:    Anne Marie FINCH
Marr Date:    AUG 1966

Children:    Stephanie
    Thomas John
    Mary Beth

Other spouses:    Anna ?

1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.1 Stephanie DORGAN
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1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.2 Thomas John DORGAN
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1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.3 Mary Beth DORGAN
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1.1.1.5.2.4.2 Anne Marie DORGAN
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Birth Date:    9 NOV 1944, age: 61

Spouse:    John William OMWEG
Marr Date:    AUG 1969

Children:    John William
    Thaddaeus Thomas
    Gregory Michael
    Catherine Anne
    David Patrick

1.1.1.5.2.4.2.1 John William OMWEG , Jr.
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Alias:    /Sean/

1.1.1.5.2.4.2.2 Thaddaeus Thomas OMWEG
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1.1.1.5.2.4.2.3 Gregory Michael OMWEG
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1.1.1.5.2.4.2.4 Catherine Anne OMWEG
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1.1.1.5.2.4.2.5 David Patrick OMWEG
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1.1.1.5.2.4.3 Maureen DORGAN
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Birth Date:    4 SEP 1949
Death Date:    15 DEC 1954, age: 5
Death Place:    Warwick, Rhode Island
Burial Place:    St. Ann's Cemetery, Plot 398, Section 15, Cranston, RI

Maureen died in an accident at her home on 17 Silby Street, Warwick, RI.

1.1.1.5.2.4.4 Kevin Michael DORGAN
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Birth Date:    17 FEB 1950, age: 56

Spouse:    Sandy LAFOND
Marr Date:    1974

Children:    Kevin Michael
    Kyle
    Kerri

1.1.1.5.2.4.4.1 Kevin Michael DORGAN , Jr.
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1.1.1.5.2.4.4.2 Kyle DORGAN
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1.1.1.5.2.4.4.3 Kerri DORGAN
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1.1.1.5.2.4.5 Regina Marie DORGAN
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Birth Date:    2 JUL 1951, age: 54

Spouse:    Omer Ahmed BHAROOCHA
Birth Date:    29 JAN 1951, age: 55
Birth Place:    Rangoon, Burma
Marr Date:    1976
Marr Place:    Santa Barbara, California

Children:    Maureen Mariam (1981-)
    Ahmed Omer (1984-)
    Monica-Sabina Omer (1989-)

1.1.1.5.2.4.5.1 Maureen Mariam BHAROOCHA
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Birth Date:    24 FEB 1981, age: 25
Birth Place:    San Luis Obispo, California

1.1.1.5.2.4.5.2 Ahmed Omer BHAROOCHA
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Birth Date:    28 FEB 1984, age: 22
Birth Place:    Santa Barbara, California

1.1.1.5.2.4.5.3 Monica-Sabina Omer BHAROOCHA
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Birth Date:    16 AUG 1989, age: 16
Birth Place:    Santa Barbara, California

1.1.1.5.2.4.6a Virginia Mary DORGAN*
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Birth Date:    20 JUN 1954, age: 51

Spouse:    John SCHEFFLER
Marr Date:    1978

Other spouses:    James BROSNAN

1.1.1.5.2.4.6b Virginia Mary DORGAN* (See above)
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Spouse:    James BROSNAN
Marr Date:    2000

Other spouses:    John SCHEFFLER

1.1.1.5.2.4.7 Monica Maureen DORGAN
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Birth Date:    13 SEP 1956, age: 49

Spouse:    Paul MARTIN
Marr Date:    1994

Children:    Felicity Mary (1985-)
    Megan Anne (1994-)
    Gina Avril (1996-)

1.1.1.5.2.4.7.1 Felicity Mary MARTIN
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Birth Date:    1985, age: 21

1.1.1.5.2.4.7.2 Megan Anne MARTIN
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Birth Date:    1994, age: 12

1.1.1.5.2.4.7.3 Gina Avril MARTIN
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Birth Date:    1996, age: 10

1.1.1.5.2.5 Michael J. DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    19 APR 19231
Death Date:    19 APR 1923, age: <11

1.1.1.5.3a Patrick Francis DORGAN*
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Birth Date:    28 MAY 1891
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    8 APR 1969, age: 772
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Reside Place:    168 Whitehall Street, Providence, RI
Burial Date:    11 APR 1969
Burial Place:    St. Ann's Cemetery, Cranston, RI
Bapt Date:    28 MAY 1891, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Ballycotton, Diocese of Cloyne.
Bapt Memo:     Sponsors: Thomas Smiddy of Ballybraher and Mary Healy (His father's sister).
Occ:    Engineer

Patrick Dorgan is a colorful character. He is described as a very intelligent man, an engineer, a toolmaker, and a veteran. He was often "on the run" from "business associates".  He sometimes used an alias, Patrick Forgan, perhaps to escape his creditors. He travelled to many States and spent some time in Indianapolis, Indiana with his nephew, Francis Maguire.

Patrick Dorgan married twice.  His first wife was a womand named Violet. I have been unable to locate a marriage record for this marriage. His second wife was Edna Frechette from New York, perhaps near Kew Gardens, Long Island. Patrick lived on Long Island for some time.

Patrick signed up for the WWI Draft on 5 June 1917 in Providence, Rhode Island. He used his real name, Patrick Francis Dorgan, but he gave his birth date as July 18, 1891 and his place of birth as Sydney, Australia! He stated he lived at 443 Pine Street, Providence, Rhode Island and he lived with his wife and sister who was under 12 years old. He also stated he was a 渡aturalized citizen and a salesman at the Chandler Motors Company of Cleveland located at 118 Broad Street, Providence, Rhode Island.

Patirck said that he served with the US Navy in World War I, but I have been unable to find his military record. His father, Patrick J. Dorgan, and his two brothers, David A. Dorgan and Michael J. Dorgan and Richard Hartnett enrolled in a citizenship class conducted at a library or school during the War year1917. But, ironically, Patrick F. Dorgan was not with them.

Patrick痴 Obituary appeared in the Providence Journal on 10 April 1969, p 28:

撤atrick F. Dorgan died Tuesday at his home, 168 Whitehall St. He was the husband of the late Edna (Frechette) Dorgan. Born in County Cork, Ireland, a son of the late Patrick J. and Mary (Hartnett) Dorgan, he was a 50-year resident of Providence, and a Navy veteran of World War I. Surving are two sisters, Mrs. Anne T. Maguire and Mrs. R. James Moriarty, both of Cranston; and two brothers, David A. Dorgan of Providence and William J. Dorgan of Cranston. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 9 a.m. from te J. F. Skeffington Chapel, 925 Chalkstone Ave., with a high requiem Mass at 10 in St. Anthony痴 Church, Plainfield Street. Burial will be in St. Anne痴 Cemetery in Cranston.

Francis Maguire shared this personal remembrance of his uncle Patrick Francis Dorgan:

"UNCLE  PAT"

"My first memory of Uncle Pat is when out of the blue he arrived at our home on Bartlett Ave, in Cranston sometime in the year of 1930, this has to be close since I remember he took care of us while Ma was in the hospital for the birth of Hope (August 5,1931).

Although I was only nine years old at the time, it seemed that Uncle Pat arrived  without any warning from our parents about the new guest he just appeared and moved in, I'm sure there must have been adult negotations prior to the move,  kids wouldn't be consulted at all.

Pat was a favorite with all of the kids as I remember and I loved him because he would always have time to tell me about what he was working on and give all sorts of advice. He was adept with tools and he repaired  everything around the house, His pet project was converting an old console RCA radio into a sort of stand up cabinet and he insisted on painting it 鼎hinese Red,  no other tint would do. He helped me to write a letter to Ma while she was in the hospital and he also wrote a letter for my brother Bill since Bill wasn't ready for writing at the time.

The crash of 1929 took a terrible toll on working people and I presume there were millions of people who were forced to move in with relatives the way Uncle Pat came to us. The folks told us that Pat had been working on some type of oil equipment in Mexico and had developed some illness like malaria and had been in the hospital before he came back to RI. I can't imagine how he could recuperate in a home filled with nine kids aged one month through nineteen.

Pat left us sometime between the years 1932-1935, I don't know when but he didn't move to College Rd. with our family.

Our father died in1936 and I don't think we saw much of him during the years 1936 through 1940, even though he was working in Prov. He somehow was connected with the Fay theater and he may have had connections with Mr. Fay. I've always suspected that Uncle Pat was an 兎xpert on large industrial type oil furnaces.

Prior to 1940 Pat lived in Prov and apparently married  Vi, I remember  鄭unt Vi since we would visit with her when we were kids she was a kind and pretty lady and always handed out candy and coins. As I recall Vi lived in a large double on Broadway near downtown Prov. Pat was never there when I visited, he had probably departed for other pastures some time in the early 40's

The next connection with Pat was when we drove our mother to Kew Gardens,NYC to visit he and the new wife Edna. At that time I know Pat worked on or supervised the installation of large boilers because he took me to one or two installations. He and Edna seemed to be doing quite well at this juncture as their apartment was rather upscale and they dressed very nicely.

So we all were off to war in1942 and heard no more from Uncle Pat until 1947 the year our son Jim was born. We had just moved into a new small two bedroom home on the south side of Indy in August of '47 and I think Pat called in early '48 to ask if they could come to Indy to see us, of course I was happy to see one of my favorite relatives.

I picked them up at the train station and lo and behold they arrived with lots of bags and baggage and also 吐reakin dog. So in they moved into a small bedroom with a twin bed and along side a crib with Baby Jim. This went on for many long months until the strain on our marriage reached the snapping point.

Pat ,Edna and doggie finally left and I put them on a train to RI, probably early '49.We never heard from Pat or Edna again.

Edna had been married to someone with an Italian name like Mongano, my sister Pat probably has the correct name in her archives. Edna's son, I think 典ommy was in the Army stationed near Quonset Point in early 1942 and he called me several time for a ride back to base, I obliged him several times until I found out he was charging the 3 or 4 GI's with him and he never offered to pay for gas. One of our finer citizens.

One more remembrance of Uncle Pat, if I would smart off to him he would say, 泥ON'T GET AHEAD OF YOUR TICKET. I would be puzzled until he explained the difference between first class and other class tickets.

Over the years I think Pat would stretch his luck and live beyond his ticket only to use his last dollar to get out of town, hence all of the name changes.

Hope you can use the info Bill."

Fran

Spouse:    Violet


Other spouses:    Edna FRECHETTE

Death Date:    BEF 1969
Marr Place:    New York, New York



1.1.1.5.4 David Andrew DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    9 SEP 1893
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    4 OCT 1984, age: 911
Death Place:    Providence, RI 02905
O Place:    David was a printer and had a shop on Bergen Street in Providence, RI.1
Burial Place:    St. Francis Cemetery, Pawtucket, RI
Bapt Date:    9 SEP 1893, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Ballycotton, Diocese of Cloyne.  Sponsors: John Shinnick (His father's sister Elizabeth's husband) and Mary Healy (His father's sister Mary's daughter who married Maurice Meaney).

David A. Dorgan owned and operated a Texaco station on Academy Avenue in Providence, RI for many years. He also operated Dorgan Printing at 61 Bergen Street in Providence, RI for 40 years. He was very active in Providence Democratic city politics. He was a councilman in the 5th Ward of Providence. He was the Chairman of the City Council, and as such, headed up the Tercentennial celebration of the founding of the city of Providence in 1936. There was a scandal surrounding this celebration which was reiterated in his obituary. Apparently, David and two associates billed the city of Providence $2600 for food and alcohol served at the celebration. According to his obituary, those bills at the Narragansett Hotel became one phase of an investigation into a $44,000 tercentenary deficit. David and his two associates ended up paying the bills themselves.

David was an aviator in World War I.  After the war, he was very involved with the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and the Ryan Post on the corner of Atwells and Academy Avenues in Providence. He was State Commander of the VFW and is partially responsible for bringing the Veterans Hospital to Davis Park in Providence, Rhode Island. A plaque bearing his name hangs on the wall in the lobby of that hospital.


David Andrew Dorgan appears in the following Censuses and Directories.


1915 Rhode Island State Census lists David as a factory clerk who was out of work on April 15, 1915. At this time he was living with his father and mother, his brother, William and his sister, Mary at 125 Wayne Street in Providence, RI.

1925 Rhode Island State Census lists David as a Naturalized US citizen.

1925 Providence City Directory lists David as a partner in the Miller and Dorgan Company located at 679 Broadway.

1926 Providence City Directory lists David as living at 61 Bergen Street, Providence, RI.

1928 Providence City Directory lists David as a salesman with an office at 184 Broad Street.

1929 Providence City Directory lists David as the owner of a gas and oil service located at 233 Academy Avenue. He is also listed as a salesman with an office at 184 Broad Street.

1930 Providence City Directory lists David as the owner of a gas and oil service located at 233 Academy Avenue. He is also listed as the Deputy Commander of the VFW with an office at 72 Weybosset Street, Room 303.

The 1930 Census for RI says this about David:

Bergen Street, Providence City, Ward 10, Block 202, Providence Co., Rhode Island, ED # 4-110, page 22A
Dorgan, David, head, owns home worth $3500, age 37, married at age 27, born Irish Free State, parents born Irish Free State, emigrate 1895, occupation, accessory man, Auto Supply.
Helen, wife, age 32, married at age 22, born Rhode Island, parents born Irish Free State.
Doorley, James, father in law, age 22, single, born Irish free state, parents born Irish Free State.

In the Rhode Island Census of 1935 he listed himself as the Secretary of the Public Welfare Department with an office at the State House.


More About David Andrew Dorgan:

Citizenship: June 05, 1917, "Alien"
Draft Card Registration: June 05, 1917, Registration #247 (38-1-6-A)
Employment: 5 June 1917, Salesman, RI Tire Co., 109 Broadway, Providence, RI
Occupation: David was a printer and had a shop on Bergen Street in Providence, RI.
Residence: June 05, 1917, 145 Wayne Street, Providence, RI

David A. Dorgan owned and operated a Texaco station on Academy Avenue in Providence, RI for many years.  He also operated Dorgan Printing at 61 Bergen Street in Providence, RI for 40 years.  He was very active in Providence Democratic city politics.  He was a councilman in the 5th Ward of Providence.  He was the Chairman of the City Council, and as such, headed up the Tercentennial celebration of the founding of the city of Providence in 1936.  There was a scandal surrounding this celebration which was reiterated in his obituary.  Apparently, David and two associates billed the city of Providence $2600 for food and alcohol served at the celebration.  According to his obituary, those bills at the Narragansett Hotel became one phase of an investigation into a $44,000 tercentenary deficit.  David and his two associates ended up paying the bills themselves.

David was an aviator in World War I.  After the war, he was very involved with the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and the Ryan Post on the corner of Atwells and Academy Avenues in Providence.  He was State Commander of the VFW and is partially responsible for bringing the Veterans Hospital to Davis Park in Providence, Rhode Island.  A plaque bearing his name hangs on the wall in the lobby of that hospital.

The Rhode Island Census of 1915 lists David as a factory clerk who was out of work on April 15, 1915.  At this time he was living with his father and mother, his brother, William and his sister, Mary at 125 Wayne Street in Providence, RI.

The Rhode Island State Census of 1925 lists David as a Naturalized US citizen.

In the Providence City Directory of 1925 he is listed as a partner in the Miller and Dorgan Company located at 679 Broadway.

In the Providence City Directory of 1926 he is listed as living at 61 Bergen Street, Providence, RI.

In the Providence City Directory of 1928 he is listed as a salesman with an office at 184 Broad Street.

In the Providence City Directory of 1929 he is listed as the owner of a gas and oil service located at 233 Academy Avenue.  He is also listed as a salesman with an office at 184 Broad Street.

In the Providence City Directory of 1930 he is listed as the owner of a gas and oil service located at 233 Academy Avenue.  He is also listed as the Deputy Commander of the VFW with an office at 72 Weybosset Street, Room 303.


The 1930 Census for RI says this about David:

Bergen Street, Providence City, Ward 10, Block 202, Providence Co., Rhode Island, ED # 4-110, page 22A

Dorgan, David, head, owns home worth $3500, age 37, married at age 27, born Irish Free State, parents born Irish Free State, emigrate 1895, occupation, accessory man, Auto Supply.
Helen, wife, age 32, married at age 22, born Rhode Island, parents born Irish Free State.
Doorley, James, father in law, age 52, single, born Irish free state, parents born Irish Free State.


In the Rhode Island Census of 1935 he listed himself as the Secretary of the Public Welfare Department with an office at the State House.

Spouse:    Ellen Margaret DOORLEY1
Birth Date:    9 OCT 1897
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    6 NOV 1992, age: 95
Death Place:    North Providence, RI 02911
Father:    James DOORLEY (1863-)
Mother:    Margaret E. (1862-)
Marr Date:    5 NOV 19191

1.1.1.5.5 John Joseph DORGAN
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Birth Date:    16 DEC 1895
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    AFT 22 DEC 1895, age: <1
Death Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, Parish of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland
Bapt Date:    22 DEC 1895, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Ballycotton, Diocese of Cloyne.  Sponsors: Patrick Shinnick (Probably John Shinnick's brother) and Anna Healy (John Healy's sister).
Baptised by::    Rev. J. Browne

John Joseph Dorgan died in infancy, probably right after his baptism.


1.1.1.5.6a William Joseph DORGAN*
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Birth Date:    11 APR 18971
Birth Place:    Ballybraher, Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland
Death Date:    22 FEB 1983, age: 851
Death Place:    Warwick, RI 02889
Burial Date:    25 FEB 19831
Burial:            St. Francis Cemetery, Providence, RI (Section 60, Grave #1480)
Occupation:    Oil Truck Driver, Auto-Mechanic and Carpenter2
Reside Place:    Spring Green , Warwick, Rhode Island1
Bapt Date:    15 APR 1897, age: <1
Bapt Place:    Church of Churchtown South, Diocese of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland.  Baptised by: Rev. John O'Riordan, 15 Apr 1897, Ballycotton Church (actually Ballycotton Chapel down the lane from McGraw's Pub since the Ballycotton Church was not dedicated until 1901).
Baptised by:    Rev. John O'Riordan
Occ:    Auto Mechanic and Carpenter

William John Dorgan is an enigmatic character.

William John Dorgan was assumed to have been named William Joseph Dorgan.  His son is named William Joseph Dorgan, Jr. and I am his grandson, also named William Joseph Dorgan III.  But his baptismal certificate says William John Dorgan.  However, this may have been an error made by the person who entered the name into the church register.

In any case, I have retained his name as William Joseph Dorgan.

The 1905 Census of Rhode Island has his date of birth as May 21, 1897.
William Joseph Dorgan's death Certificate says he was born on April 15, 1905.
His application for a Social Security Account number says he was born April 15, 1900. The Social Security Death Index says he was born on April 11, 1897.

He was older than Helen Louise McIntosh, his wife, who was also born in 1905. His sister, Mary Catherine, was born on March 19, 1905 and she is the last born of Patrick Dorgan and Mary Hartnett.  It seems that the SSDI is right.  He was born on April 11, 1897.  This date was also confirmed by William's Irish baptismal certificate.

His Rhode Island state file is #159 and his Warwick, RI file is #83-160.

William applied for a Social Security Account Number on January 29, 1940.  At that time he gave his address as Division Road, R.F.D. 67, East Greenwich, Rhode Island. He stated that the business name of his employer was Moriarty & Kay Oil Company.  The business was located at 164 Allens Avenue, Providence, RI.

Anne O'Donnell, wife of Thomas A. Dorgan, Sr. (the son of Michael Joseph Dorgan and the brother of William Joseph Dorgan) related the story that William Joseph Dorgan had made arrangements to enter the seminary of a Religious Order in France with one of his cousins.  He never made it because he could not raise the funds for passage.  This story was confirmed by Marc Rubio, a first cousin of Thomas Dorgan, Sr.  In his e-mail correspondence with me,  Marc wrote:

"Well, I am happy that our once separated Dorgan family searches concern now the same ancestors in Rhode Island and Ireland. Thank you very much for your message entitled "Family Tree Maker" : so many details are given and I'm sure it has required long hours to compile everything!
You wrote in your message about a seminary of a religious order in France. This story may have a link with my family : my great-grandfather Christopher Joseph King (1874-1917) , brother of Catherine King (spouse: Michael Joseph Dorgan), studied for the priesthood in Ellicott City, MD, and he apparently participated in an exchange study program in Lille, France. I was told he may have met his future wife while attending Sunday afternoon vespers at a local church on one of his free Sunday afternoons from the seminary. So he married Malvina Landrieu in 1900 and became consul of the United States in Lille. The couple had 4 children : Yolande, Madeleine, Roger and Edgar. The surname KING died out in France as Roger and Edgar didn't have children (neither did Yolande). My grandmother Madeleine KING (1906-1974) married  Julio RUBIO (from Colombia) and got 2 children : my father Francis (1932-1998) and my aunt Yvette."

William Joseph Dorgan was an auto-mechanic and a carpenter by trade.  He worked with James Moriarty, the husband of his sister, Mary, as an oil-truck driver.  James Moriarty would also buy houses and hire William to restore them.  James would then re-sell the houses at a profit.  At one time, William built a large barn for James Moriarty in West Greenwich, Rhode Island.  Francis Maguire and Thomas Dorgan, Sr. would accompany James Moriarty and William to this barn in the middle of the Great Depression, around 1935-37.  They rarely had enough to eat so they would poach corn from one of the farms in West Greenwich.

Unfortunately, William had a life-long problem with alcohol.  He spent much of his money drinking with his friends.

Both his marriages ended in divorce.  He married his first wife, Jessie Greig, a waitress, on June 9, 1917.  They had a son who was born on October 9, 1917 and died on October 15, 1917.  They separated in the summer of 1918.  She initially petitioned for divorce on January 27, 1920.  She was granted a divorce on January 4, 1923 which, after the customary six months lapse, became effective on July 6, 1923.  She obtained the divorce on the grounds of "neglect to provide".  She was also  allowed to resume her maiden name of Jessie Greig.  At that time she was 23 years old and lived at 369 Charles Street, Providence, RI.

Her deposition states that "(William) has never supported me. I have worked since my marriage in 1917 and have supported myself.  He has failed completely to provide me with any of the necessaries of life for the past five years and five months.  He is a chauffeur and earns about $35 a week.  He could support me well if he wanted to. We separated five years ago through no fault on my part and have not lived together since that time.  We have no children.  I wish to resume my maiden name, Jessie Greig."

He married his second wife, my Grandmother, Helen Louise McIntosh on July 25, 1923  at 592 North Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts before Joseph F. Delahanty, Justice of the Peace & Assistant City Clerk. The registration number was 811 and the intention number was 735. In those days, a couple had to record their intention to marry. They did this in Fall River, MA on July 3, 1923 and a certificate of intention was issued by the City Clerk, John Crowther on July 9, 1923.

William stated that he was 25 years of age at his last birthday and that he resided at 61 Bergen Street, Providence, RI. His father was Patrick Dorgan and his mother was Mary "Hartwell" (Hartnett). He also stated that he was born in Providence, RI, but this is not the case. He was born in Ireland. He listed himself as a chauffeur. This was his second marriage.

Helen Louise stated that she was 17 years of age at her last birthday and that she resided at 51 Pekin Street, Providence, RI. Her father was Charles L. McIntosh and her mother was Ellen L. Dwyer. She also stated that she was born in Providence, RI. She listed no occupation. This was her first marriage.

He abandoned Helen Louise and their three children in 1927. At that time, they were living in the Auburn section of Cranston, Rhode Island.  Helen Louise Dorgan's mother, Ellen [Dwyer] McIntosh Connell, and her husband, Joseph Connell, took a taxi from Providence to Cranston to rescue Helen Louise and her children from homelessness. They brought Helen Louise, who was pregnant with their third child, Corinne, and her two other children, William and Helen Louise,  to live at their home on 956 Chalkstone Avenue in the Mount Pleasant section of Providence, RI.  William and Helen Louise attempted reconciliation a short time later, but it failed. 

After the separation of William and Helen, William went to live with his mother in the Spring Green section of Warwick, Rhode Island. Later, he and his mother lived in a house owned by James Moriarty on Division Road in East Greenwich, RI.

William and Helen were divorced in the Superior Court of Providence, RI on September 22, 1937 before Judge Sullivan on the grounds of "neglect to provide and willful desertion." Helen was represented by the law offices of Charles B. Coppen, 49 Westminster St., Providence, RI. William never contested nor was represented by counsel during the divorce proceedings. Helen was awarded "custody of the three minor children, William J. Dorgan, age 14; Helen L. Dorgan, age 13; Corrine H. Dorgan, age 9." "The question of alimony and support of the minor children" was "left for the future determination of the Court." There is no court record that Helen Louise persued alimony and child support. And there is no court record that William provided alimony or child support.


More about William Joseph Dorgan:

Baptized by: Rev. John O'Riordan, 15 Apr 1897, Ballycotton Church (actually Ballycotton Chapel down the lane from McGraw's Pub since the Ballycotton Church was not dedicated until 1901), Diocese of Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland.  Sponsor: Margarita Roche (unknown relationship, perhaps a person in attendance since William may not have been expected to live.  His baptism happened within three days of his birth. It is unusual to have only one baptismal sponsor, but not altogether unprecedented.


William Joseph Dorgan is my Grandfather.

I met him only twice in my life during the early 1970s.  He was an enigmatic character.  I was introduced to him by my second cousin, Thomas Austin Dorgan, Jr. (Tommy) who took me to see my grandfather at the IMH (Institute of Mental Health) in Cranston, RI.  My grandfather had fallen and broken his hip, and was a surgical patient at the IMH.  Despite what I heard about him, I immediately liked him, and I knew he liked me too.  I could not get over how he looked like my own father, his son, and how all three of us resembled one another.  It was uncanny, and a memory burnt into my brain forever.

When he died, my own father, his son, had a funeral Mass celebrated and buried him properly.  My father is an honorable man.  Later on, my Dad told me that when he went to claim the body as next of kin, he noticed that on his bed stand were the Bible and a photo of me and him that I had taken at the IMH.  I wish I had kept in contact with him, but I didn't.

And so, it is difficult for me to write about the Grandfather I never knew.

The death notice of William J. Dorgan appeared in the Providence Journal on 24 February 1983, page C2.

泥ORGAN, WILLIAM J. Sr.

February 22, 1983. Son of the late Patrick and Mary (Hodnett) Dorgan. Residence 21 BeachAve., Warwick. Private funeral from the Winfield Funeral Home, 94 Beach Ave.

Spouse:    Jessie GREIG
Birth Date:    26 FEB 19001
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Father:    Alexander H. GREIG (~1865-)
Mother:    Catherine CATHARINE/(GREIG) (~1867-)
Marr Date:    9 JUN 1917
Marr Place:    Saint Patrick's Church, Providence, Rhode Island
Marr Memo:    Rev. Martin J. Reddy. Witnesses: Raymond Reynolds and Jennie Greig
Priest:    Rev. Martin J. Reddy
Witnesses:    Raymond Reynolds and Jennie Greig

Marriage
Date: 9 JUN 1917
Place: Rhode Island

Children:    Baby Son (1917-1917, died in infancy)


1.1.1.5.6a.1 Baby Son DORGAN
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Birth Date:    9 OCT 1917
Birth Place:    Rhode Island
Death Date:    15 OCT 1917, age:
Death Place:    Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b William Joseph DORGAN* (See above)
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Spouse:    Helen Louise McINTOSH3
Birth Date:    28 DEC 19051
Birth Place:    Providence, RI
Death Date:    6 NOV 1992, age: 861
Death Place:    Roger Williams Hospital, Providence, RI
Burial Date:    9 NOV 19921
Burial Place:    St. Francis Cemetery, Providence, RI (Section 42, Grave #49)
Father:    Charles Leslie McINTOSH (1882-1935)
Mother:    Ellen Louise DWYER (1886-1969)
Marr Date:    25 JUL 19231
Marr Place:    Fall River, Massachusetts

Helen Louise McIntosh married William John Dorgan on July 25, 1923 at 592 North Main Street, Fall River, Massachusetts before Joseph F. Delahanty, Justice of the Peace & Assistant City Clerk.  The registration number was 811 and the intention number was 735.  In those days, a couple had to record their intention to marry.  They did this in Fall River, MA on July 3, 1923 and a certificate of intention was issued by the City Clerk, John Crowther on July 9, 1923.

William stated that he was 25 years of age at his last birthday and that he resided at 61 Bergen Street, Providence, RI.  His father was Patrick Dorgan and his mother was Mary "Hartwell" (Hartnett).  He also stated that he was born in Providence, RI, but this is not the case.  He was born in Ireland.   He listed himself as a chauffeur.  This was his second marriage.

Helen Louise stated that she was 17 years of age at her last birthday and that she resided at 51 Pekin Street, Providence, RI.  Her father was Charles L. McIntosh and her mother was Ellen L. Dwyer.  She also stated that she was born in Providence, RI.  She listed no occupation.  This was her first marriage.

William and Helen were divorced in the Superior Court of Providence, RI on September 22, 1937 before Judge Sullivan on the grounds of "neglect to provide and willful desertion."  Helen was represented by the law offices of Charles B. Coppen, 49 Westminster St., Providence, RI.  William never contested nor was represented by counsel during the divorce proceedings.  Helen was awarded "custody of the three minor children, William J. Dorgan, age 14; Helen L. Dorgan, age 13; Corrine H. Dorgan, age 9."  "The question of alimony and support of the minor children" was "left for the future determination of the Court."  There is no court record that Helen Louise persued alimony and child support.  And there is no court record that William provided alimony or child support.

Children:    William Joseph (1923-)
    Helen Louise (1924-)
    Corinne Hope (1927-)

Other spouses:    Jessie GREIG

1.1.1.5.6b.1a William Joseph DORGAN , Jr.*1,3,2
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Birth Date:    7 JUL 1923, age: 821
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Director of Security, Community College of Rhode Island2
Occupation 3:    BET 1978 AND 1988, age: 54
Occupation 3:    Director of Security: Community College of Rhode Island
Reside Place:    North Scituate, RI
Occupation 2:    BET 1948 AND 1978, age: 24
Occupation 2:    Captain: Providence Police Department
Occupation 1:    BET 1945 AND 1948, age: 21
Occupation 1:    NY-NH, Hartford Railroad; The Worchester-Providence RR

Spouse:    Mary Anne GORMAN
Birth Date:    7 MAR 19252
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    28 JUN 1982, age: 57
Death Place:    North Scituate, Rhode Island
Burial Date:    1 JUL 19822
Burial Place:    St Ann's Cemetery, Providence, RI
O Date:    BET 1947 AND 1948, age: 212
O Place:    Peerless Box Company
Occupation 1:    Secretary for the Briggs Limited Company, Providence, Rhode Island
Occupation 2:    BET 1964 AND 1980, age: 38
Occupation 2:    Registered Nurse, Roger Williams Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island
Father:    Stephen Joseph GORMAN (1900-1962)
Mother:    Johanna (Anna) Joseph O'BRIEN (1900-1978)
Marr Date:    31 AUG 19461
Marr Place:    Blessed Sacrament Church, Providence, RI

Blessed Sacrament Church



GENERATION 7:


Children:

    Mary Ann (1947-1947)
    William Joseph (1948-)
    Edward Michael (1950-)
    Joanne Marie (1953-)
    Daniel Patrick (1958-1959)
    Donna Marie (1963-)

Other spouses:    Dolores CARBONE

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.1 Mary Ann DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    29 SEP 19472
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    29 SEP 1947, age: <12
Death Place:    Lying In Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island
Burial Date:    2 OCT 19472
Burial Place:    St. Francis Cemetery, Providence, RI (Plot 66, Section 44)

Mary Anne Dorgan died of spinal bifida on the day of her birth.

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.2 William Joseph DORGAN III1
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Birth Date:    6 DEC 1948, age: 571
Birth Place:    Lying-In Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Roman Catholic Priest: 1974-1983; Management Consultant, 1983-19951
E Place:    Marquette University, 1971, Georgetown University (WTU), 1974, Rhode Island College, 1975, Harvard University, 19782

William Joseph Dorgan III is the author of this DORGAN FAMILY Project.

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.3 Edward Michael DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    4 AUG 1950, age: 551
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Lori MORRISON1
Birth Date:    9 MAY 1957, age: 482
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Father:    William MORRISON
Marr Date:    MAY 19791
Marr Place:    St. Joseph Church, North Scituate, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4 Joanne Marie DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    4 AUG 1953, age: 521
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Registered Nurse, Roger Williams General Hospital2

Spouse:    John Michael DOOLEY1
Birth Date:    10 NOV 1950, age: 551
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Vice President of Circulation for the Providence Journal Company2
Alias:    Mike /Dooley/
Father:    John Matthew DOOLEY (1912-)
Mother:    Ann Mary HIGGINS (1914-)
Marr Date:    14 SEP 19741
Marr Place:    St. Thomas Church, Providence, RI


GENERATION 8:


Children:

   Michael Matthew (1977-)
   Meaghan Elizabeth (1981-)

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4.1 Michael Matthew DOOLEY1,3,2
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Birth Date:    21 AUG 1977, age: 281
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4.2 Meaghan Elizabeth DOOLEY1,3,2
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Birth Date:    18 JUN 1981, age: 241
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.5 Daniel Patrick DORGAN
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Birth Date:    30 SEP 1958
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    25 MAR 1959, age: <12
Death Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Burial Date:    27 MAR 19592
Burial Place:    St. Francis Cemetery, Providence, RI (Plot 66, Section 44)

Daniel Patrick died of Spina Bifida at 5 months and 26 days.

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6 Donna Marie DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    9 JUL 1963, age: 421
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
E Place:    Bryant College, Smithfield, RI
O Place:    Edwards & Angell Law Firm, Providence, Rhode Island

Spouse:    Timothy Neil PHELAND1
Birth Date:    3 MAY 1963, age: 421
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
O Place:    Providence Journal Company, Providence, Rhode Island
Father:    Norman Howard PHELAND (1929-)
Mother:    Claire Marie BEAUCHEMIN (1935-)
Marr Date:    23 MAY 19871
Marr Place:    St. Joseph's Church, North Scituate, RI

Children:    Timothy Neil (1989-)
    Kyle Patrick (1992-)
    Mackenzie Marie (2001-)

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.1 Timothy Neil PHELAND , Jr.1,3,2
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Birth Date:    28 APR 1989, age: 161

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.2 Kyle Patrick PHELAND1,3,2
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Birth Date:    19 DEC 1992, age: 131

1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.3 Mackenzie Marie PHELAND
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Birth Date:    17 SEP 2001, age: 4

1.1.1.5.6b.1b William Joseph DORGAN , Jr.* (See above)
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Spouse:    Dolores CARBONE
Birth Date:    27 FEB 1932, age: 74
Birth Place:    Johnston, RI
Father:    Salvatore CARBONE
Mother:    Thersa AGNELLO (1907-1994)
Marr Date:    17 DEC 1987
Marr Place:    St. Joseph's Church, North Scituate, RI

Other spouses:    Mary Anne GORMAN

1.1.1.5.6b.2 Helen Louise DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    19 AUG 1924, age: 812
Birth Place:    Providence, RI

Spouse:    Thomas MONAHAN1
Birth Date:    23 DEC 19223
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island
Death Date:    17 AUG 1988, age: 652
Death Place:    Brockton, MA Veterans Hospital
Burial Place:    Fort Bliss Cemetery, El Paso, TX 799251

Children:    Ellen (1946-)
    Thomas (1948-)
    Lynn Ann (1952-)
    Kenneth (1959-)

1.1.1.5.6b.2.1 Ellen MONAHAN1
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Birth Date:    26 AUG 1946, age: 59

Spouse:    ? ROLL

1.1.1.5.6b.2.2 Thomas MONAHAN
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Birth Date:    9 MAR 1948, age: 58

1.1.1.5.6b.2.3 Lynn Ann MONAHAN
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Birth Date:    7 APR 1952, age: 54

1.1.1.5.6b.2.4 Kenneth MONAHAN
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Birth Date:    29 JAN 1959, age: 47

1.1.1.5.6b.3 Corinne Hope DORGAN
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Birth Date:    28 OCT 1927, age: 78
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

Corinne Dorgan was born in her grandmother's (Ellen L. Dwyer) home on Chalkstone Avenue in Providence, RI.

Spouse:    Earl HERZOG , Jr.2
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island2
Father:    Earl HERZOG , Sr.
Mother:    Annis HARRISON
Marr Date:    26 OCT 19531

Marriage
Date: 26 OCT 19543, 2

Children:    Robert (1949-)
    Richard (1952-)
    David (1955-)
    Donald (1956-)

1.1.1.5.6b.3.1 Robert HERZOG1
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Birth Date:    29 SEP 1949, age: 561
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.3.2 Richard HERZOG1
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Birth Date:    16 MAR 1952, age: 54
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.3.3 David HERZOG1
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Birth Date:    12 MAY 1955, age: 501
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.6b.3.4 Donald HERZOG1
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Birth Date:    4 JUN 1956, age: 491
Birth Place:    Providence, Rhode Island

1.1.1.5.7 Timothy Joseph DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    17 JUN 19021
Birth Place:    Providence, RI
Death Date:    17 APR 1903, age: <11
Death Place:    Providence, RI
Baptised by::    Rev. John Dunne, Saint Patrick's Church, Providence, Rhode Island
Bapt Place:    29 June 1902.  Sponsors: Michael Hartnett (Probably a cousin of Mary Catherine Hartnett) and Margaret Cunningham (unknown relationship).

Timothy Joseph Dorgan died at 10 months.

1.1.1.5.8 Mary Catherine DORGAN1
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Birth Date:    19 MAR 19051
Birth Place:    Providence, RI
Death Date:    20 DEC 1996, age: 911
Death Place:    Cranston, RI 02920
Reside Place:    Natick Avenue, Cranston, RI

Mary Catherine Dorgan is listed in the 1926 Providence City Directory as a clerk working at 291 Westminster Street.  At that time she lived at 61 Bergen Street in Providence, RI.

Mary died at the age of 91 at Cedar Crest Nursing Centre, Cranston, RI.  She is buried at Swan Point Cemetery in Providence.

Mary was a member of the Waters-Langton Post VFW, the Primmer-Cordeiro Post VFW and a past state department president of the VFW Auxiliary.  She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church in Cranston, RI.

Spouse:    Raymond James MORIARTY1
Birth Date:    5 NOV 18981
Birth Place:    Waitsfield, Vermont
Death Date:    26 SEP 1971, age: 721
Death Place:    Barton, Vermont
Father:    Charles E. MORIARTY
Mother:    Florence A. DANA

Children:    Barbara Jane
    Raymond J.
    Nancy Ann
    Elenore Marie

1.1.1.5.8.1 Barbara Jane MORIARTY1
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Reside Place:    Cranston, RI

Spouse:    Fredrick ANDREWS1

1.1.1.5.8.2 Raymond J. MORIARTY , Jr.1
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Reside Place:    Vero Beach, Florida

Spouse:    Mary Virginia WHALEN1

1.1.1.5.8.3 Nancy Ann MORIARTY1
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Reside Place:    Bowdainham, Maine

Spouse:    Harvey FREEMAN1

1.1.1.5.8.4 Elenore Marie MORIARTY1
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Reside Place:    Vero Beach, Florida

Spouse:    Bradford BOOTH1



 





INDEX OF NAMES AND RELATIONSHIPS


UNKNOWN

    Johanna (1750 - 1823)    spouse of 1
    Susan ( - 2000)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5a.1
    UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.1.2.4.4
    UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2
    Ann ( - 1996)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.1
    Anna    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.1a
    Ellen (~1851 - 1934)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3
    Jill    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.7.1.2
    Robin    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.6.3


KNOWN RELATIONSHIPS


ADAM
    Opal Mae    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.7
AGNELLO
    Thersa (1907 - 1994)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1b
AGNES
    Clara    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4
AHEARNE
    Elizabeth (1853 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.1
    John    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.1
ALIOTO
    Robert    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.6.2
AMSDEN
    Joy Lee (1953 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.5
ANDREWS
    Fredrick    spouse of 1.1.1.5.8.1
BANSFIELD
    Ellen G. (1880 - 1951)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5
    Mary Olive (1877 - 1951)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1
BARR
    Anita    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.7.1
BARRY
    Aidan    1.1.1.2.3.1.3
    Brendan    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5.3
    Brendan    1.1.1.2.3.1.8
    Catherine    1.1.1.2.3.1.4
    Ciaran    1.1.1.2.3.5.3.2
    David    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.1
    David (1911 - 1989)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.1
    Declan    1.1.1.2.3.1.1
    Dermot    1.1.1.2.3.1.7
    Kevin    1.1.1.2.3.1.5
    Meadhbh    1.1.1.2.3.5.3.1
    Michael    1.1.1.2.3.1.2
    Noel    1.1.1.2.3.1.6
BARTON
    Rose    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.2a
BEATON
    Lorraine Frances (1939 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.2
BEAUCHEMIN
    Claire Marie (1935 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6
BHAROOCHA
    Ahmed Omer (1984 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.5.2
    Maureen Mariam (1981 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.5.1
    Monica-Sabina Omer (1989 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.5.3
    Omer Ahmed (1951 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.5
BIRNEY
    Ann (1978 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.2.3
    Harry , Jr.    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.1.2
    Joyce (1969 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.2.2
    Marie (1966 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.2.1
BOOTH
    Bradford    spouse of 1.1.1.5.8.4
BREAGY
    Michael E. (1970 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.3.2
    Stephen M. (1967 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.3.1
    William James    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3.3
BREWER
    Irene (1922 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.4
BROSNAN
    James    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.6b
BUCKLEY
    Donal    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.2
    Margaret    1.1.1.4.2.4.2.1
    Tracey    1.1.1.4.2.4.2.2
    Victoria    1.1.1.4.2.4.2.3
BURKE
    Leonard    1.1.1.3.8.4.1
    Mary    spouse of 1.1.2
    Mary Jane    1.1.1.3.8.4.2
    Paul    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.4
    Paul , Jr.    1.1.1.3.8.4.3
BYRNE
    Catherine Frances (1852 - 1919)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.2
CAHILL
    Donal    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5.1
    Emma    1.1.1.2.3.5.1.1
    Fiona    1.1.1.2.3.5.1.3
    Michael    1.1.1.2.3.5.1.2
CARBONE
    Dolores (1932 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1b
    Salvatore    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1b
CARNIVALE
    Adele    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.2.1
CASEY
    Colette (1977 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.1.1
    Elaine (1988 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.1.3
    Kevin (1985 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.1.2
    Michael    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9.3.1
CASHMAN
    Daniel    1.1.1.3.3.1.2
    Dannielle    1.1.1.3.3.1.2.2
    Elizabeth    1.1.1.3.3.1.1
    Esther (1907 - 1990)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.5
    Leona    1.1.1.3.3.1.2.3
    Nathan    1.1.1.3.3.1.2.1
    William (~1875 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.3
    William John    1.1.1.3.3.1
CATHARINE(GREIG
    Catherine (~1867 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6a
CECILY
    UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4.2.1
COLEMAN
    Johanna    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.3.9
COLLINS
    Ann    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.6
COMET
    Kristin Marie (1968 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1
CONDON
    Nora    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.3
CONNOLLY
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.3
    Patrick    1.1.1.4.2.3.1
CONWAY
    Anna (1910 - 1984)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.3
COOPER
    William Glen    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.7.1.1
    William Glen , Jr.    1.1.1.3.8.7.1.1.1
CULL
    Pauline    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.7b
CULLEN
    Christopher (1880 - 1962)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.4
CUTE
    Mary    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.2b
DAIGLE
    Francis A. (1900 - 1990)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1
    Francis J. , Jr. (1928 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1
    Johanna Gail (1960 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4
    Kevin Paul (1956 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2
    Lillian Marie (1934 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a
    Margaret Ann (1962 - 1968)    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.5
    Paul Charles (1934 - 1979)    1.1.1.3.1.1.3
    Robert W. (1930 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2
    Sharon Marie (1955 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.1
    Shiela Christine (1960 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1.3
    Stephen Mark (1957 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1.2
    Sue Ellen (1953 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1
    Theresa Lou (1958 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3
DANA
    Florence A.    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.8
DARGAN
    Edmond (1799 - 1877)    1.1
    Mary (1779 - 1800)    1.2
    Timothy    1
DOLAN
    Margaret (1910 - 1982)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.5
DONNELLY
    Emma    1.1.1.4.2.4.10.3
    Gerard    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.10
    Lorna    1.1.1.4.2.4.10.2
    Sean    1.1.1.4.2.4.10.1
DOOLEY
    Ellen    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5.2
    John Matthew (1912 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4
    John Michael (1950 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4
    Meaghan Elizabeth (1981 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4.2
    Michael Matthew (1977 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4.1
DOORLEY
    Ellen Margaret (1897 - 1992)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.4
    James (1863 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.4
DORGAN
    Ann ( - 1960)    1.1.1.2.3.1
    Ann (1964 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5.3
    Anne Marie (1944 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.2
    Anne Theresa (1887 - 1976)    1.1.1.5.1
    Baby Son (1917 - 1917)    1.1.1.5.6a.1
    Bridget (1891 - )    1.1.2.1.4
    Christopher J. (1915 - 1971)    1.1.1.5.2.1
    Colm (1967 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5.5
    Corinne Hope (1927 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.3
    Daniel Patrick (1958 - 1959)    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.5
    David (1853 - 1917)    1.1.1.1
    David Andrew (1893 - 1984)    1.1.1.5.4
    Donna Marie (1963 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6
    Edmund    1.1.2.1
    Edward Michael (1950 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.3
    Eileen    1.1.1.2.3.2.2
    Elizabeth (~1856 - >1886)    1.1.1.3
    Ellen (1890 - )    1.1.2.1.1
    Ellen (~1923 - 1969)    1.1.1.2.3.3
    Eoin    1.1.1.2.3.5.5.1
    Francis    1.1.2.3
    Genevieve L. (1919 - 2001)    1.1.1.5.2.3
    Hannah    1.1.1.2.3.5.2.2
    Helen Louise (1924 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.2
    Joanne Marie (1953 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4
    Johannah (1896 - )    1.1.2.1.6
    John    1.1.2.2
    John (1890 - )    1.1.2.1.2
    John ( - 1873)    1.1.2
    John George    1.1.1.2.4.3
    John Joseph (1895 - >1895)    1.1.1.5.5
    Kerri    1.1.1.5.2.4.4.3
    Kevin Michael (1950 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.4
    Kevin Michael , Jr.    1.1.1.5.2.4.4.1
    Kyle    1.1.1.5.2.4.4.2
    Lena    1.1.1.2.1
    Liam (1926 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5
    Liam (1966 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5.4
    Lillian    1.1.1.2.4.5
    Luke    1.1.1.2.3.5.5.2
    Margaret (1894 - )    1.1.2.1.5
    Marion    1.1.1.2.3.4.1
    Mary    1.1.1.2.2
    Mary (~1858 - )    1.1.1.4
    Mary Ann (1947 - 1947)    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.1
    Mary Beth    1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.3
    Mary C. (1917 - 1940)    1.1.1.5.2.2
    Mary Catherine (1905 - 1996)    1.1.1.5.8
    Maureen (1949 - 1954)    1.1.1.5.2.4.3
    Michael    1.1.1.2.4.1
    Michael ( - 1981)    1.1.1.2.3.2
    Michael (1963 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5.2
    Michael    1.1.1.2.3.2.4
    Michael (~1855 - )    1.1.1.2
    Michael J. (1923 - 1923)    1.1.1.5.2.5
    Michael Joseph (1889 - 1967)    1.1.1.5.2
    Monica Maureen (1956 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.7
    Nina    1.1.1.2.3.2.1
    Oisin    1.1.1.2.3.5.2.1
    Owen    1.1.1.2.3.4.2
    Patrick (1870 - 1931)    1.1.1.2.3
    Patrick Francis (1891 - 1969)    1.1.1.5.3a
    Patrick J. (1860 - 1937)    1.1.1.5
    Philip ( - 1984)    1.1.1.2.3.4
    Philip    1.1.1.2.3.4.3
    Regina Marie (1951 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.5
    Sheila    1.1.1.2.3.2.3
    Stephanie    1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.1
    Therese (1958 - )    1.1.1.2.3.5.1
    Thomas Austin , Sr. (1920 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4
    Thomas Austin , Jr. (1943 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.1a
    Thomas John    1.1.1.5.2.4.1b.2
    Timothy Joseph (1902 - 1903)    1.1.1.5.7
    Veronica    1.1.1.2.4.2
    Virginia Mary (1954 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.6a
    William    1.1.1.2.4.4
    William (1891 - )    1.1.2.1.3
    William ( - 1924)    1.1.1.2.4
    William Joseph , Jr. (1923 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a
    William Joseph III (1948 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.2
    William Joseph (1897 - 1983)    1.1.1.5.6a
DORGAN DARGAN
    Patrick (~1830 - <1886)    1.1.1
DUHIG
    Mary (~1830 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5
DWYER
    Ellen Louise (1886 - 1969)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b
E.
    Margaret (1862 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.4
EDWARDS
    Ellen    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.2
FAGNANT
    Viola R (1898 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.3a
FINCH
    Anne Marie    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.1b
FITZGERALD
    Elizabeth (1900 - 1952)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.1a
    Mary (1898 - 1973)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.1b
FITZURKA
    Mark Andrew (1962 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2.1
    Michael Aaron (1932 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.2
    Michael Lawrence (1969 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2.3
    Michele Anne (1965 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2
FLEMING
    Carolyn Elizabeth    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.1.1
    Elmer (1992 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.4.2
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9.3.4
    Liam (1989 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.4.1
FLYNN
    Ann    spouse of 1.1.1
    Michael    parent of spouse of 1.1.1
FOLEY
    Carol Ann (1958 - )    1.1.1.3.8.8.3
    Gerald (1957 - )    1.1.1.3.8.8.2
    William F.    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.8
    William Patrick (1954 - )    1.1.1.3.8.8.1
FOLKS
    Kathy (1935 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.2
FRECHETTE
    Edna ( - <1969)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.3b
FREEMAN
    Harvey    spouse of 1.1.1.5.8.3
GARDE
    Johanna    spouse of 1.1.1.2
    Michael    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2
GAUGER
    Carol (1960 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.2.1
GAYNOR
    Thomas    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.9
GEANEY
    Kathleen ( - 1999)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5
GEARY
    Ann Marie    1.1.1.3.8.6.1
    Annie Regina (1919 - )    1.1.1.3.8.5
    Charline    1.1.1.3.8.6.6
    Debbie    1.1.1.3.8.2.2
    Donna    1.1.1.3.8.1.2
    Edward Timothy (1915 - 1988)    1.1.1.3.8.2
    Edward Timothy , Jr.    1.1.1.3.8.2.3
    Elizabeth Esther (1917 - )    1.1.1.3.8.4
    Francis Irving (1922 - 1967)    1.1.1.3.8.7
    Francis Irving , Jr.    1.1.1.3.8.7.1
    Francis Thomas    1.1.1.3.8.7.1.2
    George    1.1.1.3.8.6.4
    Johanna Lillian (1924 - )    1.1.1.3.8.8
    John (1886 - 1943)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8
    John (1913 - )    1.1.1.3.8.1
    John    1.1.1.3.8.1.1
    John    1.1.1.3.8.6.5
    Joyce    1.1.1.3.8.2.1
    Kathleen    1.1.1.3.8.6.3
    Kathleen Margaret (1926 - 1993)    1.1.1.3.8.9
    Kimberley Joyce    1.1.1.3.8.7.1.1
    Robert (1921 - 1966)    1.1.1.3.8.6
    Robert    1.1.1.3.8.6.2
    Timothy Edward    1.1.1.3.8.2.3.1
    Walter James (1916 - 1962)    1.1.1.3.8.3
GILLIS
    Colin W. (1989 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1.1
    Colin W. P.    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1
    Justin S. (1991 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.1.1.2
GORMAN
    Mary Anne (1925 - 1982)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a
    Stephen Joseph (1900 - 1962)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a
GRAHAME
    James    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.4.1
    Margaret (~1880 - 1958)    spouse of 1.1.1.4.1
GREENE
    Deborah Helen (1965 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3
    James Brian (1960 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.2
    James Irving (1930 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.4a
    Julia Marie (1969 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.4
    Matthew James (1956 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.1
GREIG
    Alexander H. (~1865 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6a
    Jessie (1900 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6a
GRIMES
    Mary Ellen (1912 - 1989)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7
HANKARD
    Edmund John    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.1
    Edmund Patrick    1.1.1.4.2.1.1
HARNEY
    Charlotte M. (1924 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.6
    Mary (1935 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5
    Richard ( - 1973)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5
HARRISON
    Annis    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.3
HARTNETT
    John (~1830 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5
    Mary Catherine (1869 - 1950)    spouse of 1.1.1.5
HEALY
    ?    1.1.1.4.2.3
    Aisling    1.1.1.4.2.4.6.1
    Ann    1.1.1.4.4
    Bernard (1960 - 1987)    1.1.1.4.2.4.8
    Catherine    1.1.1.4.2.4.10
    David (1917 - 2005)    1.1.1.4.1.2
    Elizabeth (1916 - )    1.1.1.4.1.1
    Gerard    1.1.1.4.2.4.7a
    Gerard    1.1.1.4.2.4.7a.1
    Helen    1.1.1.4.2.2
    James (1924 - 1993)    1.1.1.4.1.5
    Jeremiah (1917 - 2002)    1.1.1.4.1.3
    Jeremiah (~1858 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.4
    John (~1880 - )    1.1.1.4.1
    John Christopher (1921 - )    1.1.1.4.1.4
    Jonathan    1.1.1.4.2.4.7a.2
    Kenneth    1.1.1.4.2.4.8.2
    Kevin    1.1.1.4.2.4.3.1
    Liam    1.1.1.4.2.4.9
    Margaret (1953 - 1972)    1.1.1.4.2.4.4
    Marion    1.1.1.4.2.4.5
    Mark    1.1.1.4.2.4.8.1
    Mary    1.1.1.4.5
    Mary (1951 - 2000)    1.1.1.4.2.4.2
    Mary Frances    1.1.1.4.2.1
    Michael    1.1.1.4.3
    Michael    1.1.1.4.2.4.3
    Michelle    1.1.1.4.2.4.3.2
    Padraig    1.1.1.4.2.4.3.4
    Patrick    1.1.1.4.2
    Patrick    1.1.1.4.2.4
    Patrick Kevin (1950 - 1978)    1.1.1.4.2.4.1
    Seamus    1.1.1.4.2.4.3.5
    Sean    1.1.1.4.2.4.6
    Stephanie    1.1.1.4.2.4.6.3
    Una    1.1.1.4.2.4.3.3
    Vincent    1.1.1.4.2.4.6.2
HEFFERNAN
    Susannah    spouse of 1.1.1.2.4
HERZOG
    David (1955 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.3.3
    Donald (1956 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.3.4
    Earl , Jr.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.3
    Earl , Sr.    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.3
    Richard (1952 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.3.2
    Robert (1949 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.3.1
HIGGINS
    Ann Mary (1914 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.4
    John J. (1900 - 1933)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.2
    John J. , Jr. (1934 - )    1.1.1.3.2.2.1
HOAR
    Mary E. O'Brien    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.2
KATZ
    David    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4.2
    James    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4.1
    William D.    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.2.4
KELLY
    Caroline    spouse of 1.1.1.3.3.1.2
KENNEALLY
    Margaret    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4
KESTERSON
    Rita (1955 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5a.3
KING
    Catherine Josephine (1883 - 1944)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2
    Thomas Francis (~1850 - 1918)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.2
KIRBY
    Julie    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.5.5
KOLB
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.8
LAFOND
    Sandy    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.4
LAVASSEUR
    Amanda Nichole (1996 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3.1
    Richard    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3
    Robert (1997 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.2.3.2
LESSIEUR
    Donna M. (1958 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3.4
    William    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3.4
LUEHRS
    Janet Marie (1941 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.1
MACKEY
    Catrina    1.1.1.4.2.4.5.1
    Michael    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.5
    Michael    1.1.1.4.2.4.5.2
MAGUIRE
    Andrew    1.1.1.5.1.4.2.2
    Ann (1927 - )    1.1.1.5.1.7
    Anne Maureen (1989 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.3.2
    Bridget Anne (1981 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.2
    Carol (1944 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.1
    Courtney Marie (1983 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.3
    Daniel John (1954 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.3
    Danni    1.1.1.5.1.4.3.2
    Elaine (1950 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.2
    Eloise Jane (2004 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.2.1.1
    Francis (1922 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a
    Helen (1918 - 2000)    1.1.1.5.1.3
    Hope (1931 - )    1.1.1.5.1.9
    James (1947 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.1
    Jeffrey    1.1.1.5.1.4.2.3
    John H. (1916 - 1969)    1.1.1.5.1.2a
    John Henry , Jr. (1884 - 1935)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1
    John Henry , Sr. (~1853 - 1924)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.1
    Joseph (1955 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.3
    Joseph F. (1920 - 2002)    1.1.1.5.1.4
    Katie    1.1.1.5.1.4.3.1
    Mary (1914 - 1938)    1.1.1.5.1.1
    Matthew    1.1.1.5.1.4.2.1
    Michael Joseph (1949 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.2
    Molly    1.1.1.5.1.4.3.3
    Molly Kathleen (1977 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.1
    Patricia (1929 - )    1.1.1.5.1.8
    Patrick Joseph (1985 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.3.1
    William (1924 - )    1.1.1.5.1.6
MARTIN
    Felicity Mary (1985 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.7.1
    Gina Avril (1996 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.7.3
    Megan Anne (1994 - )    1.1.1.5.2.4.7.2
    Paul    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.7
MASON
    Joan Claire (1931 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.1
McCARTHY
    Martina    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.8
McDERMOTT
    Joseph V.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.3
McINTOSH
    Charles Leslie (1882 - 1935)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b
    Helen Louise (1905 - 1992)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b
McSOLEY
    Sarah I. (~1857 - 1932)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.1
MEANEY
    Maurice    spouse of 1.1.1.4.5
    Sean    1.1.1.4.5.1
MEYER
    Carol (1948 - )    1.1.1.3.7.1.2
    Frederick    spouse of 1.1.1.3.7.1
    Frederick Timothy (1954 - )    1.1.1.3.7.1.3
    Jeannette (1946 - )    1.1.1.3.7.1.1
MILLERICK
    Ann    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3
    Unknown    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3
MONAHAN
    Ellen (1946 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.2.1
    Kenneth (1959 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.2.4
    Lynn Ann (1952 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.2.3
    Thomas (1922 - 1988)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.2
    Thomas (1948 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.2.2
MOONEY
    Mary (1885 - 1957)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.7
MOREAU
    Jennette (1919 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.1
MORGAN
    Thomas A.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.7
MORIARTY
    Barbara Jane    1.1.1.5.8.1
    Charles E.    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.8
    Elenore Marie    1.1.1.5.8.4
    Nancy Ann    1.1.1.5.8.3
    Raymond J. , Jr.    1.1.1.5.8.2
    Raymond James (1898 - 1971)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.8
MORRISON
    Lori (1957 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.3
    William    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.3
MOTHERWAY
    Anne    1.1.1.2.3.3.2
    Frank (1951 - 1989)    1.1.1.2.3.3.3
    Gerard    1.1.1.2.3.3.1
    John    1.1.1.2.3.3.6
    Niall    1.1.1.2.3.3.5
    Paddy (~1918 - 1992)    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.3
    William    1.1.1.2.3.3.4
MULCAHY
    Maura    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.9
MURPHY
    Diane (1955 - )    1.1.1.3.7.2.1
    Joan (1959 - )    1.1.1.3.7.2.2
    Kathleen Emily (1964 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2
    Warren F.    spouse of 1.1.1.3.7.2
MURRAY
    Denise Marie (1947 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.4
NORA
    UNNAMED    spouse of 1.1.2.2
NORDLUND
    Susan    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4.2
OBRIEN
    Bridget (1957 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.3
    Edmund (1959 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.5
    Eileen    spouse of 1.1.1.3.3.1
    Geraldine    1.1.1.3.8.5.2
    Helen (1954 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.1
    James    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9.3
    Joanne    1.1.1.3.8.5.4
    Johanna (Anna) Joseph (1900 - 1978)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.2.2
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.5
    John    1.1.1.3.8.5.5
    Karen (1980 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.2.1
    Katie (1990 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.2.4
    Laura (1983 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.2.2
    Linda (1987 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.2.3
    Margaret (1918 - 1993)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5a
    Mary (1958 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.4
    Maureen    1.1.1.3.8.5.3
    Regina    1.1.1.3.8.5.1
    Sarah    spouse of 1.1.1.2.4.1
    Seamus (1955 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.2
    William    spouse of 1.1.1.2.1
OCONNOR
    James    spouse of 1.1.1.2.4.5
    Jerry    spouse of 1.1.1.3.3.1.1
    Nuala    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5b
ODONNELL
    Ann D.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4
    Mary (1901 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.1
OKEEFFE
    Bridget (1884 - 1954)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9
    Michael ( - 1922)    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.3.9
OMWEG
    Catherine Anne    1.1.1.5.2.4.2.4
    David Patrick    1.1.1.5.2.4.2.5
    Gregory Michael    1.1.1.5.2.4.2.3
    John William    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.2
    John William , Jr.    1.1.1.5.2.4.2.1
    Thaddaeus Thomas    1.1.1.5.2.4.2.2
ONEILL
    Maureen (~1934 - 1993)    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.4
OSHEA
    Joan    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9.3.2
OWEN
    Frederick E. (1914 - 1998)    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3
    Frederick H. III (1957 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.4
    Frederick H. IV (1989 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.4.2
    Kathleen M. (1944 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.1
    Mary B. (1944 - 1945)    1.1.1.5.2.3.2
    Nanci L. (1947 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.3
    Tanya Marie (1986 - )    1.1.1.5.2.3.4.1
PARKER
    Peggy    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4.3
PAUL
    Shaun Berry (1972 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.1.3
PETERSEN
    David (1965 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.3.1
PHELAND
    Kyle Patrick (1992 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.2
    Mackenzie Marie (2001 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.3
    Norman Howard (1929 - )    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6
    Timothy Neil (1963 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6
    Timothy Neil , Jr. (1989 - )    1.1.1.5.6b.1a.6.1
PHILBROOK
    Elinor    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.1
PHILLIPS
    Christine (1969 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.4.1
POISSON
    Teresa    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3.4
POWERS
    Brian Christopher (1980 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.2.1
    Jeff Hugh (1983 - )    1.1.1.5.1.5a.2.2
    Randy    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5a.2
PURPLE
    Rachel    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.2.2
QUIGLEY
    Kevin Mark (1999 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2.1
    Kyle Francis (2001 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2.2
    Mark Francis    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.2.2
RASKIN
    Stanley A.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.3.1
ROBINSON
    John James (1932 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.4b
ROLL
    ?    spouse of 1.1.1.5.6b.2.1
ROWE
    Danielle (1987 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.3.2
    Daryll (1983 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3.3.1
    Martin    spouse of 1.1.1.3.9.3.3
SCANNELL
    John ( - <1890)    parent of spouse of 1.1.2.1
    Mary    spouse of 1.1.2.1
SCHEFFLER
    John    spouse of 1.1.1.5.2.4.6a
SEXTON
    Brandon Lee (1963 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1
    Jeffrey Richard (1995 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.2
    Taylor John (1991 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.1
    Zachary Doglas (1996 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1.3
SHERIDAN
    John    1.1.1.3.8.9.1
    John F. (1923 - 1987)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.9
    Kathleen    1.1.1.3.8.9.2
    Kevin    1.1.1.3.8.9.3
    Lawrence    1.1.1.3.8.9.6
    Michael    1.1.1.3.8.9.5
    Pamela    1.1.1.3.8.9.4
SHINNICK
    Amythist (1997 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.5.2.1
    Annie (1884 - 1933)    1.1.1.3.8
    Ashlyn Rene (2001 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1.2
    Barbara Ann (1938 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.2
    Bronwyn Stephanie (1997 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.2
    Caitlin Erin (1997 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2.1
    Christopher Alexander (1964 - 1965)    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.4
    Cole Rolando (2000 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.3
    Colleen (1992 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.1
    Courtney Nicole (2001 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2.2
    Daniel Patrick (1971 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.1.2
    Daniel Redmond (1976 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.5.1
    David John (1971 - 1988)    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.6
    David Michael (1973 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.1.3
    Duane Michael (1969 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.1
    Edmund (1886 - 1967)    1.1.1.3.9
    Edward Albert (1940 - 1999)    1.1.1.3.1.7.2
    Edward Albert , Jr. (1962 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2
    Elizabeth (1877 - 1949)    1.1.1.3.3
    Elizabeth (1922 - )    1.1.1.3.7.1
    Elizabeth Louise (1904 - 1994)    1.1.1.3.1.4
    Ellen G. (1905 - ~1905)    1.1.1.3.5.2
    Francis Patrick (1910 - 1969)    1.1.1.3.2.3
    Hannah (~1879 - 1954)    1.1.1.3.4
    Helen Frances (1908 - 1988)    1.1.1.3.1.6
    Irving (1904 - 1966)    1.1.1.3.5.1
    James Michael (1963 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.3
    Johanna Lillian (1901 - 1956)    1.1.1.3.1.1
    John (~1852 - >1886)    spouse of 1.1.1.3
    John Arthur (1942 - 1996)    1.1.1.3.1.7.3
    John Edward (1904 - 1964)    1.1.1.3.2.1a
    John J. (1881 - 1948)    1.1.1.3.6
    John Joseph (~1917 - 1992)    1.1.1.3.9.2
    John Leo (1903 - 1943)    1.1.1.3.1.3
    Joseph Thomas (1963 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1
    Kathleen Ann (1978 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.1.4
    Kayla (1989 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.5.1
    Kelley Anne (1977 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.5.2
    Kimberly (1994 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.2
    Kyle Michael (1970 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2
    Larry Edward (1940 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.1
    Larry Richard (1906 - 1985)    1.1.1.3.5.3
    Lawrence Timothy (1914 - )    1.1.1.3.2.4
    Lorraine Marie (1963 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.1
    Lynn Ann (1970 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.3
    Mackenzie Marie (1999 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.1.1
    Margaret Marie (1961 - 1961)    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.1
    Margaret Theresa (1907 - 1990)    1.1.1.3.2.2
    Marie (1942 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.2
    Mary (~1918 - )    1.1.1.3.9.3
    Mary (1939 - 1998)    1.1.1.3.2.3.2
    Mary (1924 - )    1.1.1.3.7.2
    Mary Agnes (1922 - )    1.1.1.3.2.6
    Mary Esther (1902 - 1988)    1.1.1.3.1.2
    MaxwellAustin (1994 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2.1
    Meghan Kathleen (1999 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2.3
    Michael (~1916 - 2002)    1.1.1.3.9.1
    Michael John (1873 - 1948)    1.1.1.3.1
    Michael Larry (1969 - )    1.1.1.3.5.1.1.1
    Michael Patrick (1946 - 2002)    1.1.1.3.1.7.4
    Michele Marie (1968 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.2.5
    Patricia (1937 - )    1.1.1.3.2.3.1
    Patrick (~1919 - )    1.1.1.3.9.4
    Patrick (1875 - 1941)    1.1.1.3.2
    Paul Stephen (1916 - 1981)    1.1.1.3.2.5
    Redmond Francis (1952 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.5
    Redmond Michael (1906 - 1975)    1.1.1.3.1.5
    Richard (1880 - )    1.1.1.3.5
    Richard Larry (1936 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1
    Richard Larry , Jr. (1966 - )    1.1.1.3.5.3.1.2
    Ryan Michael (1974 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.3
    Stephen (1959 - )    1.1.1.3.2.4.1
    Stephen Ward (1964 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1.2
    Thomas Joseph (1910 - 1973)    1.1.1.3.1.7
    Thomas Joseph , Jr. (1938 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.1
    Timothy (1883 - 1963)    1.1.1.3.7
    Zachary Michael (2003 - )    1.1.1.3.1.7.4.1.1
SHREWSBERRY
    Braeden James    1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.1.1
    Micah    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.5a.1.1
SMITH
    Colleen Mary (1958 - )    1.1.1.3.2.6.2
    George H. , Jr. (1919 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.6
    George Patrick (1943 - )    1.1.1.3.2.6.1
    Mark (1961 - 2001)    1.1.1.3.2.6.3
SMYTH
    Sylvia Mary (1908 - 1988)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.5.3
SOBOCINSKI
    Staff Sergeant Konrad    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4.1.1
    Ryana Carolyne (2001 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.1.1.1
STALLER
    Neil    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.2.1
STORTI
    Loretta M.    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.6
SULLIVAN
    Mary A. (1878 - 1966)    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2
SWANSON
    Carolyne Ellen (1919 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4
    Captain Gustaf F.    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4
SWEETLAND
    Lori Lee (1962 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.2.2
THOMAS
    Anita    spouse of 1.1.1.3.8.3
TRACEY
    George Walter (1903 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.4
TUCKER
    Catherine M. (1940 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.2.6.1
VAN HOTER
    Derrick    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.1.3
WADE
    Bruce    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3
    Jenifer Lawton (1994 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3.1
    Kyle Jackop (1996 - )    1.1.1.3.1.1.4a.3.2
WALL
    Ann    spouse of 1.1.1.4.2.4.7a
WALSHE
    Kitty (1923 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.2
    Robert    parent of spouse of 1.1.1.2.3.2
WARD
    Bertha Louise (1939 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.1
WHALEN
    Mary Virginia    spouse of 1.1.1.5.8.2
WILLIAMS
    Eugene    spouse of 1.1.1.2.4.2
WILLIAMSON
    Kristen (1970 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.3.1.7.4.2
WITHROW
    Andrea (1973 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.1.1
    Emily Teresa (1976 - )    1.1.1.5.1.4.1.2
    Jack (1942 - )    spouse of 1.1.1.5.1.4.1