Una Cannon

d. 1926
      Una Cannon was also known as Winifred Cannon. She was born at Athenry, Ireland.1 She may have been born at Massachusetts.2 Una Cannon was also known as Una Cunnaine. She was a nurse. She married Michael Clasby.1
     Una made several trips between Ireland and the USA, and had always planned to make her permanent home here. Various circumstances kept returning her to Ireland. After most of her children had emigrated, she always said she was waiting for her youngest daughter Kathleen to finish school, and then they would travel to the USA together. Kathleen met her future husband in Ireland, however, and Una stayed there with her. Una Cannon died in 1926 at Ireland.1
Father(?) Cannon

Family

Michael Clasby d. after October 1896
Children
  • Patrick Clasby3
  • Mary Clasby b. c 1886, d. Apr 1936
  • Margaret Josephine Clasby b. 25 Mar 1892, d. 20 Sep 1959
  • Kathleen Clasby b. c 1895, d. 1929
  • Beatrice Clasby b. 1896, d. 17 Feb 1963
  • Sarah Marie Clasby+ b. 10 Sep 1896, d. 11 Nov 1977

Citations

  1. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  2. [S645] Kevin Flynn, "Clasby/Connell," e-mail to John Cardinal, May 28, 2004.
  3. [S224] John Cardinal, assumption based on Here's the CD!

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Margaret Josephine Clasby

b. 25 March 1892, d. 20 September 1959
Margaret Josephine Clasby circa 1925
     Margaret Josephine Clasby was born on 25 March 1892 at County Galway, Ireland.1,2,3 She married Walter R. Dodge.4,3 Margaret Josephine Clasby died on 20 September 1959 at Miles Memorial Hospital, Damariscotta, Maine, at age 67.4,5 She was buried on 23 September 1959 in St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts.4,6,5 Peter Patrick Cloherty, his wife, Sarah Marie Clasby, and Sarah's sister Margaret share a headstone in St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts.7
FatherMichael Clasby d. a Oct 1896
MotherUna Cannon d. 1926

Citations

  1. [S202] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  2. [S369] Holyhood Cemetery Association, St. Joseph Cemetery, Deed Number 21374: where the deed shows Margaret's age as 67 at the time of her death, Photocopy, John Cardinal's Document Library.
  3. [S634] Margaret Josephine (Clasby) Dodge, Funeral Memoriam, September 23, 1959 John Cardinal's Document Library.
  4. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  5. [S369] Holyhood Cemetery Association, St. Joseph Cemetery, Deed Number 21374, Photocopy, John Cardinal's Document Library.
  6. [S624] Cemetery Marker, Margaret (Clasby) Dodge, St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts (St. John's Avenue, Section A, Lot 445).
  7. [S301] Events witnessed by John Cardinal.

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Mark Cloherty

d. after 1921
     Mark Cloherty was born at Nasan Vil., Roundtree, Co. Galway, Ireland.1 He was a farmer.2 He married Mary Coyne on 4 February 1862.3 Mark Cloherty married Bridget Joyce.4 Mark Cloherty died after 1921.2 Peter Patrick Cloherty wrote to Mark Cloherty on 9 March 1921 and asked him to confirm elements of his will.
FatherPatrick Cloherty

Family 1

Mary Coyne
Children
  • Michael Cloherty
  • Bridget Cloherty3
  • Mark Cloherty3
  • Hannah Cloherty b. c 1872
  • Mary Cloherty b. 10 May 1872
  • Coleman Cloherty5 b. 21 May 1875
  • Margaret Cloherty b. 16 Jun 1876
  • Patrick Cloherty b. 14 Mar 1879

Family 2

Bridget Joyce
Children
  • (?) Cloherty
  • (?) Cloherty
  • Thomas Cloherty
  • Joseph J. Cloherty b. c 1892, d. 19 Oct 1974
  • Peter Patrick Cloherty+4 b. 27 Aug 1893, d. 8 Oct 1943

Citations

  1. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  2. [S217] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, March 4, 1999.
  3. [S609] Gail Irish, "Claughtery Line," e-mail to John Cardinal, March 31, 2003.
  4. [S267] Peter Cloherty, Birth Registration 459 (November 23, 1893).
  5. [S18] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch #: C701594, Source Call #: 0255932, Printout Call #: NONE, Dates: 1875.

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Bridget Joyce

     Bridget Joyce married Mark Cloherty, son of Patrick Cloherty.1
     Her father was John Joyce. She came from Derryinish (sp?).

Family

Mark Cloherty d. after 1921
Children
  • (?) Cloherty
  • (?) Cloherty
  • Thomas Cloherty
  • Joseph J. Cloherty b. c 1892, d. 19 Oct 1974
  • Peter Patrick Cloherty+1 b. 27 Aug 1893, d. 8 Oct 1943

Citations

  1. [S267] Peter Cloherty, Birth Registration 459 (November 23, 1893).

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Walter R. Dodge

b. 21 January 1899, d. 4 July 1989
     Walter R. Dodge was born on 21 January 1899.1 He married Margaret Josephine Clasby, daughter of Michael Clasby and Una Cannon.2,3 Walter R. Dodge died on 4 July 1989 at age 90.1,4

Citations

  1. [S639] Walter R. Dodge, Funeral Card, July 7, 1989 John Cardinal's Document Library.
  2. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  3. [S634] Margaret Josephine (Clasby) Dodge, Funeral Memoriam, September 23, 1959 John Cardinal's Document Library.
  4. [S646] State of Maine Department of Human Services, "Maine Death Index,1960-97", June 5, 2004, Walter R Dodge, Certificate=8905750, Town=Damariscotta, Death Date=04 Jul 1989, Age=90.

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Helen Mary Igoe

b. 8 December 1900, d. 5 July 1991
Helen (Igoe) Sheehan
     Helen Mary Igoe was born on 8 December 1900.1 Her full name was Mary Helen Igoe. Her birthdate appeared on one certificate as 2 January 1901 but according to Helen that is the day it was recorded. She married Lester Wilson; according to Helen, her sister Narnie made her marry Lester. Narnie's interest in this arrangement was not clear.2 Helen Mary Igoe and Lester Wilson were divorced. Helen Mary Igoe married James Francis Sheehan Jr., son of James Francis Sheehan and Mary Elizabeth King.
     Helen Mary Igoe was the guest of honor at her 75th Birthday Party held December 1975 at Knights of Columbus, Saugus, Massachusetts.2 She became a widow at age 77 upon the death of her husband James Francis Sheehan Jr. on 3 December 1978 at Union Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts.2 Helen Mary Igoe died on 5 July 1991 at age 90. She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Saugus, Massachusetts.3
FatherJohnny Igoe b. c 1873, d. c 1950
MotherMary Brennan

Family

Lester Wilson b. 13 April 1895, d. circa 1965
Children
  • Lester Wilson Jr. b. c 1918, d. c 1920
  • James Wilson b. 14 Sep 1921, d. 28 Jan 1970

Citations

  1. [S178] Interview, Sheehan family members, December 24, 1998.
  2. [S420] Interview, Barbara (Sheehan) Lovett, Janice (Lovett) Grillo, Helen (Sheehan) Parent and Edward Parent, December 27-29, 2000.
  3. [S621] Interview, Sheehan family members, December 28, 2003.
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1920, Roll=T625_713, Image=206, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Malden City, Ward=2, SD=4, ED=261, Sheet=4B, Address=97 Malden Street, Line=54, Name=Igoe, John.
  5. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_927, Image=866, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Somerville, SD=11, ED=415, Sheet=1B, Line=68, Address=36 Myrtle Street, Name=Sheehan, James F.

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Walter Francis Cardinal1

b. 20 June 1906, d. 5 November 1956
Walter Cardinal, 25th Wedding Anniversary, 29 July 1952
     Walter Francis Cardinal was born on 20 June 1906 at 272 Norfolk Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.2,3 He married Alta Florence Wood, daughter of Harry Wood and Maud Hattie Lawrence, on 29 July 1927 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. He was 21. She was 26; the ceremony was performed by W.J. Casey.4,5 His occupation was chauffeur on his marriage license.5 Walter Francis Cardinal received proceeds from the probate of the estate of Louis Cardinal on 28 July 1938. The estate included proceeds from a City of Boston Retirement fund, three Metropolitan Life insurance policies, personal savings, and a small amount from the estate of Louis' wife.6
     Walter Francis Cardinal and Alta Florence Wood were the guests of honor at their 25th Wedding Anniversary Party held 29 July 1952.7 Walter Francis Cardinal died on 5 November 1956 at Waltham Hospital, Waltham, Massachusetts, at age 50 of a heart attack.2,8 He was buried on 8 November 1956 in Evergreen Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.2,9 Walter Cardinal, Alta (Wood) Cardinal, their son Arthur, and Alta's mother Maud (Lawrence) Wood share a headstone in Evergreen Cemetery.9 He drove a bread delivery truck and often brought fresh bread to his children's families.
     His grandson and namesake Walter Cardinal called him "Mucka" when he was young, and the name stuck.10
     From Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston: "I think Walter was the shortest of his brothers, at five foot ten."11
FatherLouis Cardinal b. 11 Jun 1879, d. 5 Feb 1937
MotherMaryanne Freiburger b. 23 Oct 1878, d. 15 Sep 1935

Family

Alta Florence Wood b. 3 May 1901, d. 9 September 1982
Children
Appears on charts:Example Pedigree (box chart)
Example Pedigree (Indented)
Example Descendant (Indented)

Citations

  1. [S380] Walter F. Cardinal and Alta Wood, Suffolk County Marriage Book 2:108 (1921), middle initial from marriage record.
  2. [S175] George Francis Cardinal, "George Cardinal's Family Group Sheets", Undocumented. George Cardinal was a witness to the birth and marriage events involving his children.
  3. [S375] Walter Cardinal, Birth Registration No. 13057, the day is missing from the date.
  4. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  5. [S380] Walter F. Cardinal and Alta Wood, Suffolk County Marriage Book 2:108 (1921).
  6. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568, account of estate.
  7. [S171] John Cardinal, "Research Notes,", the date was provided via captions written by Russell W. Cardinal, Sr., on photographs taken at the event.
  8. [S382] Walter Cardinal, Death Certificate 96:555 (1936).
  9. [S368] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, April 8, 2000.
  10. [S171] John Cardinal, "Research Notes,."
  11. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  12. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361.
  13. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  14. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_950, Image=891, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston City, Ward=12, SD=13, ED=367, Sheet=2B, Address=16 Ottowa Street, Line 100.
  15. [S381] George Herbert Cardinal, Death Certificate 16:282:5681 (1936).
  16. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568, which includes the addresses of his sons Louis, William, and Walter.
  17. [S342] Alta Florence (Wood) Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.
  18. [S342] Russell Walter Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.

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Alta Florence Wood

b. 3 May 1901, d. 9 September 1982
Alta (Wood) Cardinal, So. Hanover, Mass, Spring 1928
     Alta Florence Wood was born on 3 May 1901 at Arlington, Massachusetts.2,3,4 She married Walter Francis Cardinal, son of Louis Cardinal and Maryanne Freiburger, on 29 July 1927 at Roxbury, Massachusetts. She was 26. He was 21; the ceremony was performed by W.J. Casey.5,6 When Alta Florence Wood applied for her Social Security Number on 15 October 1942, Alta was employed by Hathaway Bakeries at 75 North Beacon Street, Allston, Massachusetts.1
     Alta Florence Wood and Walter Francis Cardinal were the guests of honor at their 25th Wedding Anniversary Party held 29 July 1952.7 Alta Florence Wood became a widow at age 55 upon the death of her husband Walter Francis Cardinal on 5 November 1956 at Waltham Hospital, Waltham, Massachusetts.2,8 Alta Florence Wood married David Standell after 1960. Alta Florence Wood died on 9 September 1982 at Winter Park, Florida, at age 81.2,3 She was buried on 14 September 1982 in Evergreen Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.2,9 Walter Cardinal, Alta (Wood) Cardinal, their son Arthur, and Alta's mother Maud (Lawrence) Wood share a headstone in Evergreen Cemetery.10
     From Mary Cardinal: "Alta was going to nursing school at Massachusetts General Hospital when she met Walter while skating at the Boston Public Garden."11
FatherHarry Wood1 b. 20 May 1874, d. Jun 1950
MotherMaud Hattie Lawrence1 b. 15 Nov 1870, d. Mar 1963

Family

Walter Francis Cardinal b. 20 June 1906, d. 5 November 1956
Children
Appears on charts:Example Pedigree (box chart)
Example Pedigree (Indented)
Example Descendant (Indented)

Citations

  1. [S342] Alta Florence (Wood) Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.
  2. [S175] George Francis Cardinal, "George Cardinal's Family Group Sheets", Undocumented. George Cardinal was a witness to the birth and marriage events involving his children.
  3. [S179] SSDI.
  4. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.
  5. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  6. [S380] Walter F. Cardinal and Alta Wood, Suffolk County Marriage Book 2:108 (1921).
  7. [S171] John Cardinal, "Research Notes,", the date was provided via captions written by Russell W. Cardinal, Sr., on photographs taken at the event.
  8. [S382] Walter Cardinal, Death Certificate 96:555 (1936).
  9. [S301] Events witnessed by John Cardinal.
  10. [S368] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, April 8, 2000.
  11. [S217] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, March 4, 1999.
  12. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1920, Roll=T625_706, Image=919, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Burlington Town, SD=4, ED=22, Sheet=6A, Address=Lexington Street, Line=25, Name=Wood, Harry.
  13. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  14. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_950, Image=891, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston City, Ward=12, SD=13, ED=367, Sheet=2B, Address=16 Ottowa Street, Line 100.
  15. [S381] George Herbert Cardinal, Death Certificate 16:282:5681 (1936).
  16. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568, which includes the addresses of his sons Louis, William, and Walter.
  17. [S342] Russell Walter Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.

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Elizabeth Martin

b. 31 July 1894, d. 1954
     Elizabeth Martin was born on 31 July 1894 at Rhode Island.1,2 She married Francis Lovett, son of William Lovett and Hannah (?), on 4 October 1920. She was 26. He was 42.3 Elizabeth Martin died in 1954. The cause of death was brain tumor.

Census, Residence

Census1930193055 Roseland Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island4
FatherBernard Martin
MotherMary E Mc Cabe

Family

Francis Lovett b. 19 December 1877, d. September 1936
Child
  • Frank Lovett Jr. b. 16 Jul 1921, d. Sep 1986

Citations

  1. [S176] Interview, George S. Lovett, December, 1998, where George gave only the birth year.
  2. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 16:50.
  3. [S332] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Marriage Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 26:332, where the groom is "Frank A Lovett."
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_2183, Image=1121, State=RI, County=Providence, Place=Providence City, Ward=10, SD=21, ED=123, Sheet=33B, Address=55 Roseland Avenue, Line=88, Name=Lovett, Frank A.

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Francis Lovett

b. 19 December 1877, d. September 1936
      Francis Lovett also appears as Frank in some vital records. He was born on 19 December 1877 at Providence, Rhode Island.1,2 He married Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Bernard Martin and Mary E Mc Cabe, on 4 October 1920. He was 42. She was 26.3 Francis Lovett died in September 1936 at Providence, Rhode Island, at age 58. The cause of death was stomach cancer.
FatherWilliam Lovett b. c 1833
MotherHannah (?) b. c 1843

Family

Elizabeth Martin b. 31 July 1894, d. 1954
Child
  • Frank Lovett Jr. b. 16 Jul 1921, d. Sep 1986

Citations

  1. [S176] Interview, George S. Lovett, December, 1998, gave only the year.
  2. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 11:105.
  3. [S332] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Marriage Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 26:332, where the groom is "Frank A Lovett."
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, 1880 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence, SD=(dash), ED=59, Page=25, Line=12-20.
  5. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, William LOVETT.
  6. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_2183, Image=1121, State=RI, County=Providence, Place=Providence City, Ward=10, SD=21, ED=123, Sheet=33B, Address=55 Roseland Avenue, Line=88, Name=Lovett, Frank A.

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James Francis Sheehan Jr.

b. 22 April 1903, d. 3 December 1978
James Sheehan
     James Francis Sheehan Jr. was born on 22 April 1903.2,3 He married Helen Mary Igoe, daughter of Johnny Igoe and Mary Brennan. James Francis Sheehan Jr. died on 3 December 1978 at Union Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts, at age 75.4 He was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Saugus, Massachusetts.4
FatherJames Francis Sheehan1 d. c 1910
MotherMary Elizabeth King d. c 1955

Citations

  1. [S621] Interview, Sheehan family members, December 28, 2003.
  2. [S178] Interview, Sheehan family members, December 24, 1998.
  3. [S179] SSDI.
  4. [S420] Interview, Barbara (Sheehan) Lovett, Janice (Lovett) Grillo, Helen (Sheehan) Parent and Edward Parent, December 27-29, 2000.
  5. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_927, Image=866, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Somerville, SD=11, ED=415, Sheet=1B, Line=68, Address=36 Myrtle Street, Name=Sheehan, James F.

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Louis Cardinal

b. 11 June 1879, d. 5 February 1937
     Louis Cardinal was born on 11 June 1879 at NE Hospital, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was a teamster.3 He married Maryanne Freiburger, daughter of Jacob Freiburger and Bridget Houghton, on 2 September 1900 at Boston, Massachusetts. He was 21. She was 21; the ceremony was performed by P.J. Buckley.4,5 Louis Cardinal witnessed the death of his daughter Mary Cardinal on 26 January 1921 at Elm Hill Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.1,6 Louis Cardinal left a will on 4 November 1935 at Suffolk County Probate Court, Boston, Massachusetts; see the text below.7 He witnessed the death of his son George Herbert Cardinal on 17 June 1936 at 225 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury, Massachusetts.3,8,9 Louis Cardinal was a city sanitary department worker at Boston, Massachusetts, before 5 February 1937.10,11 He died on 5 February 1937 at 11 Delano Park, Roslindale, Massachusetts, at age 57.3,12 The cause of death was coronary occlusion.12 He was buried on 8 February 1937 in New Calvary Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.12 His estate was probated on 28 July 1938. The estate included proceeds from a City of Boston Retirement fund, three Metropolitan Life insurance policies, personal savings, and a small amount from the estate of Louis' wife.13 A story circulated by the family was that Louis' father died when he was young, possibly before he was born, and that he was raised mostly by two of his mother's domineering sisters who had a hat shop on Newbury Street in Boston.1
     Louis's will:
     Be it remembered that I, Louis Cardinal, 225 Blue Hill Ave of Boston in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound mind and memory, but knowing the uncertainty of life, do make this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.
     After the payment of my just debts and funeral charges, I bequeath and devise as follows:
     1. All of my property of every description which includes my pension with the City of Boston, I give and bequeath to my son George H. Cardinal now twenty one years of age. I am mindful of the existence of my sons Louis, William, and Walter Cardinal, but do not leave any bequest in their favor.
     2. I hereby name and appoint Philip L. McMahon, 58 Mt. Pleasant Ave, Boston to act as my Executor of this my last will and testament.
     In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand and in the presence of these witnesses declare this to be my last will this fourth day of Novemeber in the year one thousand nine hundred thirty five.
     [signed by Louis Cardinal, witnessed by Annie Connally (139 Blue Hill Ave), Helen Spearman (225 Blue Hill Ave) and Philip L. McMahon]10
FatherLouis Cardinal b. c 1858
MotherIsabelle McOlive b. c 1859, d. 13 Nov 1901

Family

Maryanne Freiburger b. 23 October 1878, d. 15 September 1935
Children
  • Louis Robert Cardinal b. 23 Mar 1901, d. 27 Aug 1947
  • William R. Cardinal b. 25 Jun 1903, d. 23 Apr 1988
  • Walter Francis Cardinal+ b. 20 Jun 1906, d. 5 Nov 1956
  • George Herbert Cardinal b. 10 Feb 1914, d. 17 Jun 1936
  • Mary Cardinal b. 20 Jan 1921, d. 26 Jan 1921
Appears on charts:Example Pedigree (box chart)
Example Pedigree (Indented)

Citations

  1. [S228] Interview, Mary (Cardinal) Groves, March 21, 1999.
  2. [S372] Louis Cardinal, Birth Registration No. 8421, no given name listed, just "McOlive"; birth listed as illegitimate; father listed as Louis Cardinal; birthplace and occupation of father are "Unknown"; mother as Isabella; mother's birthplace is Boston.
  3. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  4. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  5. [S379] Louis Cardinal and Mary Freiburger, Suffolk County Marriage Book 503:205 (1900).
  6. [S384] Mary Cardinal, Death Certificate 1:57:729 (1921).
  7. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568, the file includes his will.
  8. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  9. [S381] George Herbert Cardinal, Death Certificate 16:282:5681 (1936).
  10. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568.
  11. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361, which shows his occupation as "laborer" for the "city dept."
  12. [S383] Louis Cardinal, Death Certificate 315:1422 (1937).
  13. [S378] Louis Cardinal, Suffolk County Probate No. 278568, account of estate.
  14. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 708, Sheet 36, Dwelling 14, Family 71, Lawrence Henage household, Isabella, age 20, and Louis Cardinal, age 1, are living with a Lawrence Henage, age 44, his wife Susan, age 44, and their daughter Mary, age 10.
  15. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361.
  16. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston, Ward=12, SD=13, ED=358, Sheet=12A, Address=4 Louisa[?], Line=23, Name=Cardinal, Lewis.

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Maryanne Freiburger

b. 23 October 1878, d. 15 September 1935
Maryanne (Freiburger) Cardinal, So. Hanover, Mass, Spring 1928
     Maryanne Freiburger was born on 23 October 1878 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 She married Louis Cardinal, son of Louis Cardinal and Isabelle McOlive, on 2 September 1900 at Boston, Massachusetts. She was 21. He was 21; the ceremony was performed by P.J. Buckley.1,2 Maryanne Freiburger witnessed the death of her daughter Mary Cardinal on 26 January 1921 at Elm Hill Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.3,4 Maryanne Freiburger died on 15 September 1935 at Roslindale, Massachusetts, at age 56.5 She was buried in New Calvery Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.1
     From Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston: "I remember visiting her in Roxbury while my mother cleaned the flat. Maryanne was in a wheel chair legless--she was diabetic. Then dad [Walter Cardinal] would pick us up, [coming from] the old Hathaway Garage in Roxbury or Dorchester."6
FatherJacob Freiburger b. May 1852, d. 12 Apr 1917
MotherBridget Houghton b. 1849, d. 13 Apr 1880

Family

Louis Cardinal b. 11 June 1879, d. 5 February 1937
Children
  • Louis Robert Cardinal b. 23 Mar 1901, d. 27 Aug 1947
  • William R. Cardinal b. 25 Jun 1903, d. 23 Apr 1988
  • Walter Francis Cardinal+ b. 20 Jun 1906, d. 5 Nov 1956
  • George Herbert Cardinal b. 10 Feb 1914, d. 17 Jun 1936
  • Mary Cardinal b. 20 Jan 1921, d. 26 Jan 1921
Appears on charts:Example Pedigree (box chart)
Example Pedigree (Indented)

Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  2. [S379] Louis Cardinal and Mary Freiburger, Suffolk County Marriage Book 503:205 (1900).
  3. [S228] Interview, Mary (Cardinal) Groves, March 21, 1999.
  4. [S384] Mary Cardinal, Death Certificate 1:57:729 (1921).
  5. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  6. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  7. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger", which shows the marriage "in 6 Pike st." but I suspect this is her residence or their residence, not the location of the church.
  8. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361.
  9. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston, Ward=12, SD=13, ED=358, Sheet=12A, Address=4 Louisa[?], Line=23, Name=Cardinal, Lewis.

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Harry Wood

b. 20 May 1874, d. June 1950
     Harry Wood was born on 20 May 1874 at Rawdon, Hants County, Nova Scotia.1 He married Maud Hattie Lawrence, daughter of Solomon H. Lawrence and Mary Sophia Graham, on 31 December 1898 at Arlington, Massachusetts. He was 24. She was 28; the ceremony was performed by Elder Richard Bullard.2,3 Harry Wood was the owner of a delivery business.4 He and Maud Hattie Lawrence were divorced.4 Harry Wood married Ethel Smith.5 Harry Wood died in June 1950 at Oxford, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 76.6
     From Arlington book:
     He was educated in the public schools of hs native town, and remained with his father until he was twenty years of age. He then worked two years for Michael Casey on his farm at Centre Rawdon.
     He came to Arlington, Massachusetts, and took charge of the stables at the school of the feeble minded, remaining for fifteen months. From here he went to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and entered the employ of his brothers, the firm of Wood Brothers, engaged in the general express business.
     Fifteen months later he returned to Arlington and was in the employ of Johnson's Express for eight months. Shortly after this he engaged in the express business for himself, his brother, Burpee, of Portsmouth, being intereted in the venture. [The business of?] Wood Brothers as formed by them did a general express business between Arlington and Boston. "Their first place of business was at the old Robbins stable, corner of Academy street and Massachusetts avenue, since removed. After two years they removed to the Chase stables ,at the rear of the Universalist church, where they keep their stock at the present time, and also at the stables on Broadway.
     The first office was at the house of Mr. Wood, and the first down-town office was near the present office, but later was established at Water street. In February, 1908, they removed to their present place of business on Massachusetts Avenue. Wood Brothers at present keep 18 horses, running six express wagons to and from Boston. Mr. Wood attends to the Arlington business, and his brother, Roy, looks out for the Boston trade. Mr. Wood attends the church of the Latter Day Saints in Somerville.3
     From Wilfred Wood Family History: [Harry] went to the U. S. when a young man. Located at Arlington, Mass., and went into the express business, later taking on furniture and piano moving. Dec 31, 1898 he married Maude Lawrence of Kings Counts [sic], N. S. Tiring of the express business he purchased a home in Burlington, Mass. Later, married Ethel Smith of Arlington, Mass.1
     From Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston: When we lived at Delano Park we used to ride out to the farm in Burlington on hot summer evenings. Dad [Walter Cardinal #5279] had a Hudson. Harry's farm was at Wood's Corner; he had a small store and great ice cream. Ethel (2nd wife) was nice to us. Harry had disowned my mother when she had married "that Catholic gangster from Boston", but by then he had somewhat relented. I remember before he returned to Nova Scotia, he and Ethel came to visit us at Ridgemont Street (I was either a Jr or Sr at Brighton High School, so it was '45 or '46). He went out to the kitchen where mom [Alta Florence Wood] was and he said "Alta, you got the best of the bunch", alluding to Walter.5
     From Mary (Cloherty) Cardinal: Alta drove us out to Harry's farm in Burlington when Peter was a baby. He slipped a ten dollar bill into Peter's blankets. When we were driving home, Alta said that was more than he ever gave his grandchildren [i.e., Alta's children].7
     From The Hants Journal: WOOD - LAWRENCE.- At Arlington, Mass., Dec 31st, 1898 by Elder Richard Bullard, Mr. Harry Wood, of Rawdon, Hants Co., to Maud, only d/o Mr. Solomon Lawrence, of Lockhartville, Kings Co.8
FatherAlfred Wood b. 28 Jan 1842, d. 4 Apr 1906
MotherHarriet Rebecca Hamilton b. 18 Jun 1847, d. 27 Jul 1918

Family

Maud Hattie Lawrence b. 15 November 1870, d. March 1963
Children
  • Alta Florence Wood+11 b. 3 May 1901, d. 9 Sep 1982
  • Clara May Wood b. 23 May 1901, d. 31 Oct 1987
  • Thora Irene Wood b. 13 Aug 1903, d. Feb 1954
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Citations

  1. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History.
  2. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  3. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.
  4. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  5. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  6. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  7. [S217] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, March 4, 1999.
  8. [S341] Shirley Benoit, "Harry Wood m. Maud Lawrence," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 14, 2000.
  9. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1920, Roll=T625_706, Image=919, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Burlington Town, SD=4, ED=22, Sheet=6A, Address=Lexington Street, Line=25, Name=Wood, Harry.
  10. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_914, Image=501, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Township=Burlington, SD=5, ED=193, Sheet=9A.
  11. [S342] Alta Florence (Wood) Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.

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Maud Hattie Lawrence

b. 15 November 1870, d. March 1963
Maud (Lawrence) Wood, circa 1940?
     Maud Hattie Lawrence was born on 15 November 1870 at Manchester, New Hampshire.1 She and Minnie Lawrence were twins. The Arlington source cites "Goffs Falls, NH" as her place of birth; that might be in Manchester or a part of the town of Goffstown.2 Maud Hattie Lawrence married Harry Wood, son of Alfred Wood and Harriet Rebecca Hamilton, on 31 December 1898 at Arlington, Massachusetts. She was 28. He was 24; the ceremony was performed by Elder Richard Bullard.1,2 Maud Hattie Lawrence and Harry Wood were divorced.3 Maud Hattie Lawrence died in March 1963 at Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, at age 92.3 She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.3,4
     Maud was born in Manchester, NH, while her parents were visiting relatives there. She was raised in Nova Scotia. She moved to Arlington, MA, with her husband Harry Wood.5
     From The Hants Journal: WOOD - LAWRENCE.- At Arlington, Mass., Dec 31st, 1898 by Elder Richard Bullard, Mr. Harry Wood, of Rawdon, Hants Co., to Maud, only d/o Mr. Solomon Lawrence, of Lockhartville, Kings Co.6 Walter Cardinal, Alta (Wood) Cardinal, their son Arthur, and Alta's mother Maud (Lawrence) Wood share a headstone in Evergreen Cemetery.4
FatherSolomon H. Lawrence b. 29 Dec 1836, d. 1933
MotherMary Sophia Graham b. 27 Aug 1845, d. 1936

Family

Harry Wood b. 20 May 1874, d. June 1950
Children
  • Alta Florence Wood+11 b. 3 May 1901, d. 9 Sep 1982
  • Clara May Wood b. 23 May 1901, d. 31 Oct 1987
  • Thora Irene Wood b. 13 Aug 1903, d. Feb 1954
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Citations

  1. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  2. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.
  3. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  4. [S368] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, April 8, 2000.
  5. [S171] John Cardinal, "Research Notes,."
  6. [S341] Shirley Benoit, "Harry Wood m. Maud Lawrence," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 14, 2000.
  7. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1881, Location=Lower Horton, Code=i-2, Page=24, Fam=111.
  8. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1891, Location=Avonport, Code=i-1, Fam=98, Page=23.
  9. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1920, Roll=T625_706, Image=919, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Burlington Town, SD=4, ED=22, Sheet=6A, Address=Lexington Street, Line=25, Name=Wood, Harry.
  10. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_914, Image=501, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Township=Burlington, SD=5, ED=193, Sheet=9A.
  11. [S342] Alta Florence (Wood) Cardinal, Social Security Account Number Application.

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Mary Sophia Graham

b. 27 August 1845, d. 1936
Mary (Graham) Lawrence, 1928
     Mary Sophia Graham was born on 27 August 1845 at Horton, Nova Scotia.1 She married Solomon H. Lawrence, son of Joseph Lawrence and Sarah E. Loveless, on 18 February 1868 at Cornwallis, Kings County, Nova Scotia. She was 22. He was 31.2,3 Mary Sophia Graham was photographed with Russell Walter Cardinal in the spring of 1928 at Hanover, Massachusetts.4 Mary Sophia Graham died in 1936 at Somerville, Massachusetts.
FatherIsaac N. Graham b. 5 May 1812, d. 22 Jul 1868
MotherSarah Ann Bezanson b. 7 Jun 1821, d. 28 Feb 1887

Family

Solomon H. Lawrence b. 29 December 1836, d. 1933
Children
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Citations

  1. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  2. [S143] Marriage Records of Kings County (published), Vol. 1, 23, 56.
  3. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet", which gives the date as 4 Feb 1868.
  4. [S328] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, 3 March 1999.
  5. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1881, Location=Lower Horton, Code=i-2, Page=24, Fam=111.
  6. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1891, Location=Avonport, Code=i-1, Fam=98, Page=23.
  7. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1901, Location=Lockhartville, Code=R, Fam=50, Page=5.
  8. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_914, Image=501, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Township=Burlington, SD=5, ED=193, Sheet=9A.

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Solomon H. Lawrence

b. 29 December 1836, d. 1933
Solomon H. Lawrence, Spring 1928
     Solomon H. Lawrence was born on 29 December 1836 at Horton, Nova Scotia.1,2,3,4 He married Mary Sophia Graham, daughter of Isaac N. Graham and Sarah Ann Bezanson, on 18 February 1868 at Cornwallis, Kings County, Nova Scotia. He was 31. She was 22.5,6 Solomon H. Lawrence was photographed with Russell Walter Cardinal in the spring of 1928 at Hanover, Massachusetts.7 Solomon H. Lawrence died in 1933 at Somerville, Massachusetts.8
     From Murial Alta (Cardinal) Johnston: "My Gr Grandfather Solomon was 6' 4". I remember him sitting by black stove in kitchen of Maud's flat in Somerville, Mass., carving wooden chains."3
FatherJoseph Lawrence b. 26 Jan 1808, d. 19 Jul 1873
MotherSarah E. Loveless b. 1 Feb 1813, d. 1907

Family

Mary Sophia Graham b. 27 August 1845, d. 1936
Children
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Citations

  1. [S143] Marriage Records of Kings County (published), Vol. 1, 33, 123, on his marriage record.
  2. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  3. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  4. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1901, Location=Lockhartville, Code=R, Fam=50, Page=5.
  5. [S143] Marriage Records of Kings County (published), Vol. 1, 23, 56.
  6. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet", which gives the date as 4 Feb 1868.
  7. [S328] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, 3 March 1999.
  8. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  9. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1881, Location=Lower Horton, Code=i-2, Page=24, Fam=111.
  10. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1891, Location=Avonport, Code=i-1, Fam=98, Page=23.
  11. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_914, Image=501, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Township=Burlington, SD=5, ED=193, Sheet=9A.

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Joseph Lawrence

b. 26 January 1808, d. 19 July 1873
     Joseph Lawrence was born on 26 January 1808 at Horton, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1,2 His surname was also spelled Laurence in many records. He married Sarah E. Loveless, daughter of John Loveless Jr. and Sarah Liddle, on 27 November 1832 at Horton, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was 24. She was 19.3 Joseph Lawrence was a farmer.4 In the 1871 Census, 7 year old Zenas McIver is listed in the household of Joseph and Sarah Lawrence. I do not if or how she relates to the family.5 He died on 19 July 1873 at Berwick at age 65.3 His estate was probated on 16 May 1877 at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.6

Census, Residence

Census18381838Horton Township, Nova Scotia7
Census18711871Somerset, Kings County, Nova Scotia8

Family

Sarah E. Loveless b. 1 February 1813, d. 1907
Children
  • Sophia Lawrence b. 4 Apr 1834
  • Solomon H. Lawrence+ b. 29 Dec 1836, d. 1933
  • Isaac Lawrence b. 15 Mar 1838
  • Elizabeth Harriet Lawrence b. 24 Nov 1840, d. 8 Sep 1860
  • Melinda E. Lawrence b. 22 Apr 1842, d. 29 Oct 1860
  • James Walter Lawrence b. 26 Mar 1845, d. 16 Nov 1930
  • Alonzo Robert Lawrence b. 10 Apr 1847, d. 20 Sep 1873
  • George H. Lawrence b. c 1849
  • Emeline Webster Lawrence b. 23 May 1851, d. 15 May 1893
  • John Franklin Lawrence b. 9 Mar 1853, d. 9 Feb 1859
  • Josephine Lawrence b. 8 Feb 1855
  • Charles H. Lawrence b. 16 Apr 1857, d. 27 Feb 1859
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Citations

  1. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible", which had the birth place as Falmouth.
  2. [S452] Lisabeth Anne Lott, "Joseph Lawrence and descendants", Ancestral File, where only the birth year is shown.
  3. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  4. [S143] Marriage Records of Kings County (published), Vol. 1, 33, 123, and Vol. 1, 23, 56, on the marriage record of his sons Solomon and James.
  5. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1871, Location=Somerset1, Code=i1, Fam=61, Surname=McIver, GivenName=Zenas, Age=7.
  6. [S352] Family History Committee, Probate Records of Kings County, ADM L-83.
  7. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), 1838, Horton Township, Location=161, Page=10, Line=1.
  8. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), 1871, Somerset1, Location=i1, Family Number=61.

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Sarah E. Loveless1

b. 1 February 1813, d. 1907
      Sarah E. Loveless was also known as Sarah E. Lovelace. She was born on 1 February 1813 at Canna, Nova Scotia, Canada.2 She married Joseph Lawrence on 27 November 1832 at Horton, Nova Scotia, Canada. She was 19. He was 24.2 In the 1871 Census, 7 year old Zenas McIver is listed in the household of Joseph and Sarah Lawrence. I do not if or how she relates to the family.3 Sarah E. Loveless was listed as the wife of the deceased in the probate of the estate of Joseph Lawrence on 16 May 1877 at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.4 Sarah E. Loveless died in 1907 at Hantsport, Nova Scotia, Canada.2
FatherJohn Loveless Jr. b. 11 Feb 1767, d. 15 Nov 1841
MotherSarah Liddle b. 1767, d. 1 Feb 1858

Family

Joseph Lawrence b. 26 January 1808, d. 19 July 1873
Children
  • Sophia Lawrence b. 4 Apr 1834
  • Solomon H. Lawrence+ b. 29 Dec 1836, d. 1933
  • Isaac Lawrence b. 15 Mar 1838
  • Elizabeth Harriet Lawrence b. 24 Nov 1840, d. 8 Sep 1860
  • Melinda E. Lawrence b. 22 Apr 1842, d. 29 Oct 1860
  • James Walter Lawrence b. 26 Mar 1845, d. 16 Nov 1930
  • Alonzo Robert Lawrence b. 10 Apr 1847, d. 20 Sep 1873
  • George H. Lawrence b. c 1849
  • Emeline Webster Lawrence b. 23 May 1851, d. 15 May 1893
  • John Franklin Lawrence b. 9 Mar 1853, d. 9 Feb 1859
  • Josephine Lawrence b. 8 Feb 1855
  • Charles H. Lawrence b. 16 Apr 1857, d. 27 Feb 1859
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Citations

  1. [S353] Lorna Woodman Evans, Kings County, Nova Scotia Township Books, 111.
  2. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  3. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1871, Location=Somerset1, Code=i1, Fam=61, Surname=McIver, GivenName=Zenas, Age=7.
  4. [S352] Family History Committee, Probate Records of Kings County, ADM L-83.
  5. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), 1871, Somerset1, Location=i1, Family Number=61.
  6. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), 1881, Kentville, Location=f1, Page=44, Line=5-6, Family Number=61.
  7. [S350] Census Records of Kings County (published), Year=1891, Location=Avonport, Code=i-1, Fam=98, Page=23.

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Jacob Freiburger

b. May 1852, d. 12 April 1917
     Jacob Freiburger was born in May 1852 at Germany.1 He immigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1864 with his parents John A. Freiburger and Anna M. Kappley.1 Jacob Freiburger was a barber or hairdresser.2 He married Bridget Houghton, daughter of Edward Houghton and Mary (?), on 13 March 1876 at Boston, Massachusetts. He was 23.1 Jacob Freiburger became a widower at age 27 upon the death of his wife Bridget Houghton on 13 April 1880 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 Jacob Freiburger married Hannah Crowley, daughter of Charles Crowley and Mary (?), on 1 November 1880 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was 28.3 Jacob Freiburger became a widower for the second time when Hannah Crowley died on 9 December 1908 at Boston, Massachusetts.4 Jacob Freiburger married Bridget Keaveney, daughter of Micheal Keaveney and Margaret (?), on 21 February 1909 at Boston, Massachusetts. He was 56. Jacob Freiburger died on 12 April 1917 at Boston, Massachusetts, at age 64.1 He was buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.1,5
FatherJohn A. Freiburger b. 1820, d. 16 Mar 1878
MotherAnna M. Kappley b. 1818, d. 21 Sep 1891

Family 1

Bridget Houghton b. 1849, d. 13 April 1880
Children
  • George Freiburger b. 29 Dec 1876, d. 12 Apr 1926
  • Maryanne Freiburger+ b. 23 Oct 1878, d. 15 Sep 1935
  • James Freiburger b. Apr 1880, d. May 1880

Family 2

Hannah Crowley d. 9 December 1908
Children
  • Gertrude Freiburger b. 6 Aug 1881
  • Joseph F. Freiburger b. 22 Dec 1884, d. 19 Jun 1885
  • Jacob Freiburger b. 31 Jul 1888, d. 29 Mar 1889
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  2. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger", 10.
  3. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger", 7.
  4. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger", 9.
  5. [S624] Cemetery Marker, Jacob Freiburger, Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts (Section D, Lot 440).

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