Jacob Houghton

b. 17 April 1674, d. 12 July 1750
     Jacob Houghton was born on 17 April 1674 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Rebecca Whitcomb, daughter of Josiah Whitcomb and Rebecca Waters, on 16 February 1694 at Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 19. She was 22.1 Jacob Houghton was the first Town Clerk at Bolton.3 He administered his father's estate circa 1737. He died on 12 July 1750 at Bolton, Massachusetts, at age 76.1,3
FatherJohn Houghton Jr. b. 1650, d. 3 Feb 1737
MotherMary Farrer b. 1648, d. 7 Apr 1724

Family

Rebecca Whitcomb b. 12 November 1671, d. 22 October 1752
Children
  • Jacob Houghton Jr. b. 1 Apr 1696, d. 26 Jan 1780
  • Benjamin Houghton4 b. 1700, d. a 24 Oct 1743
  • Israel Houghton
  • Jonathan Houghton+ b. 1703, d. 1740
  • John Houghton b. 1712
  • Rebecca Houghton
  • Abigail Houghton b. 7 Sep 1726
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Citations

  1. [S193] John Wesley Houghton, Houghton Genealogy of 1912, 302.
  2. [S252] Andrew H. Ward, "Lancaster Records", 359.
  3. [S298] Annie Lane Burr and Thomas Hovey Gage, "John Houghton Descendants", 395.
  4. [S298] Annie Lane Burr and Thomas Hovey Gage, "John Houghton Descendants", 400.

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John Houghton Jr.

b. 1650, d. 3 February 1737
      John Houghton Jr. was also known as Justice John Houghton Jr. He was born in 1650 at Dedham, Massachusetts.1 Colonial Families of the United States, p. 260, claims that John was born in England, but there are inconsistencies in that document. He married Mary Farrer, daughter of Jacob Farrer and Ann (?), on 22 January 1671/72 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.2,3 He signed the "Humble Petition of the distressed people of Lancaster" to the government on 11 Mar 1675/6. John Houghton Jr. witnessed the will of John Rugg on 9 December 1696 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.4
     He conducted the marriage ceremony of Thomas Sawyer and Mary Rice on 15 July 1718 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.5,6
     He conducted the marriage ceremony of Keziah White and Jonathan Willard on 17 August 1719 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.7,8
     He conducted the marriage ceremony of John Houghton and Sarah Gulliver on 7 January 1719/20 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.8 John Houghton Jr. became a widower upon the death of Mary 7 April 1724.1 John Houghton Jr. married Hannah Atherton, daughter of James Atherton and Hannah, on 27 January 1724/25 at Lancaster, Massachusetts. She was 68.9,10
     He conducted the marriage ceremony of Samuel Carter and Jemima Houghton on 14 February 1724/25 at Massachusetts.11,12,13 John Houghton Jr. died on 3 February 1737 at Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 He was buried in Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.14
FatherJohn Houghton III b. 24 Dec 1624, d. 29 Apr 1684
MotherBeatrix (?) b. 1625, d. 8 Jan 1712

Family

Mary Farrer b. 1648, d. 7 April 1724
Children
  • John Houghton b. 13 Feb 1672/73, d. 5 Apr 1724
  • Jacob Houghton+ b. 17 Apr 1674, d. 12 Jul 1750
  • Henry Houghton b. 23 Feb 1675/76, d. 17 Dec 1756
  • Benjamin Houghton b. 26 Feb 1678
  • Joseph Houghton b. 26 Feb 1678
  • Mercy Houghton b. 1682
  • Anna Houghton b. 8 May 1684, d. 3 Apr 1771
  • Jonathan Houghton b. 20 Feb 1685/86, d. 8 Apr 1737
  • Hepsibeth Houghton
  • Rebecca Houghton
  • Beatrix Houghton
  • William Houghton b. 1695, d. 15 Jul 1745

Citations

  1. [S193] John Wesley Houghton, Houghton Genealogy of 1912, 299.
  2. [S252] Andrew H. Ward, "Lancaster Records", 359.
  3. [S263] Lillian K. P. Farrar, "The English Ancestry of Jacob Farrer", 11.
  4. [S307] Ellen R. Rugg, The Descendants of John Rugg, 10.
  5. [S236] George Norbury Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the USA, 1:576. This record states that Josiah White's widow Mary Rice ("Mrs. White") married secondly Thomas Sawyer on the date shown.
  6. [S283] Andrew H. Ward, "Lancaster Records", 71. Mary is shown with her married name Mary White.
  7. [S236] George Norbury Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the USA, 1:576.
  8. [S283] Andrew H. Ward, "Lancaster Records", 71.
  9. [S283] Andrew H. Ward, "Lancaster Records", 72. Hannah's surname is Wilder in the record; she was the widow of John Wilder.
  10. [S298] Annie Lane Burr and Thomas Hovey Gage, "John Houghton Descendants", 394.
  11. [S279] Aaron Sargent, "Carter Genealogy", 51.
  12. [S298] Annie Lane Burr and Thomas Hovey Gage, "John Houghton Descendants", 400.
  13. [S319] Mrs. Clara A. Carter and Mrs. Sarah A. Carter, Genealogy of Samuel and Thomas Carter, 16.
  14. [S199] Henry S. Nourse, Lancaster Vital Records, 412.

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Mary Hayward

b. 21 September 1667, d. 5 January 1733/34
     Mary Hayward was born on 21 September 1667 at Concord, Massachusetts.1,2 She married Jonathan Fairbank, son of Jonas Fairbank and Lydia Prescott, on 24 August 1688. She was 20. He was 21.3,4 Mary Hayward became a widow when he and daughter Grace were killed by Indians 11 September 1697 Lancaster, Massachusetts.3,4 She married David Whitcomb, son of Josiah Whitcomb and Rebecca Waters, on 31 May 1700. She was 32. He was 32.5,4,6 Mary Hayward died on 5 January 1733/34 at age 66.4
FatherJoseph Hayward b. 26 Mar 1643, d. 13 Oct 1714
MotherHannah Hosmer b. 16 Aug 1644, d. 15 Dec 1675

Family 1

David Whitcomb b. 20 February 1668, d. 11 April 1730
Child
  • Deacon David Whitcomb d. a 1796

Family 2

Jonathan Fairbank b. 7 October 1666, d. 11 September 1697
Children
  • Grace Fairbank4 d. 11 Sep 1697
  • Hannah Fairbank4 b. 1689?, d. 11 Dec 1704
  • Mary Fairbank7 b. 1692, d. 12 Jun 1745
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Citations

  1. [S187] New England Historic Genealogical Society, "Massachusetts Town Birth Records", February 6, 2000, record 122981 from Concord Vital Records, "HAYWARD, Mary, d. Joseph & Hannah, 21 Sep, 1667."
  2. [S212] James Savage Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers, 394, where the date is given as 27 Sep 1667.
  3. [S250] James Savage Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers, 590.
  4. [S336] Lorenzo Sayles Fairbanks, Fairbanks Family in America, 49.
  5. [S198] Gail Facini's Old Website, online http://www.parsonstech.com/genealogy/trees/gfacini/, d424.htm.
  6. [S195] Henry S. Nourse, Early Records of Lancaster, 321, where the bride appears under her married name, "Mary Fairbank."
  7. [S336] Lorenzo Sayles Fairbanks, Fairbanks Family in America, 50.

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Jonathan Houghton

b. 1703, d. 1740
     Jonathan Houghton was born in 1703 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1,2 He married Mary Houghton on 20 January 1725 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.2 Jonathan Houghton and Mary Houghton had 10 children.2 Jonathan Houghton died in 1740.1
FatherJacob Houghton b. 17 Apr 1674, d. 12 Jul 1750
MotherRebecca Whitcomb b. 12 Nov 1671, d. 22 Oct 1752

Family

Mary Houghton
Child
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Citations

  1. [S211] Gail Facini, Houghton in GEDCOM file Houghton.GED.
  2. [S462] Charles Vella, "John Houghton of Lancaster, MA", June 2, 2001.

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Patrick Cloherty

     Patrick Cloherty was born at Ireland.
FatherDaniel Cloherty1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S202] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, February 26, 1999.

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John Prescott1

b. 1604, d. 1682
     John Prescott was born in 1604 at Standish Parish, Lancashire, England.2,1 He married Mary Gawkroger Platts, daughter of Abraham Gawkroger and Martha Riley, on 11 April 1629 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England.1 John Prescott was living in 1638 at Barbados; he owned more than ten acres of land there. He moved in 1640 to Watertown, Massachusetts, where he and his family settled for a time, and where he had large grants of land allotted to him.2 He and Thomas King purchased a ten mile by eight mile tract of land for the township from Sholem, the Indian Sachem of the Nashway tribe. 1654 after the completion of his corn-mill, he took up his residence near it, and the site of the garrison house has been described as being near the southeast corner of High and Water Streets, Clinton, Massachusetts.2 He died in 1682 at Lancaster, Massachusetts.1
     The English Ancestry of John Prescott should not be considered "proved". In fact, there have been strong cases made that the John Prescott who traveled to Massachusetts was not the son of Ralph Prescott of Standish Parish. Evidence exists that Ralph's son John was born circa 1590, stayed in England and was married there. An excerpt of an article written by Adell T. Prescott and published in Prescotts Unlimited, Vol. XIII, #2, was posted by the author in the Prescott surname forum (http://genforum.genealogy.com/prescott/) on 20 May 1999 and contains a summary of this evidence.
FatherRalph Prescott1 b. 1571, d. 3 Jan 1608
MotherHelen (?)1

Family

Mary Gawkroger Platts
Children
  • (?) Prescott1 d. 7 Mar 1631
  • Mary Prescott1 b. 24 Feb 1630, d. 12 Sep 1706
  • Martha Prescott1 b. 11 Mar 1631, d. 24 Jan 1655
  • (?) Prescott1 d. 3 Jan 1634
  • John Prescott Jr.1 b. 20 Mar 1635
  • Sarah Prescott1 b. 1637
  • Hannah Prescott1 b. c 1639, d. 11 Sep 1696
  • Lydia Prescott1 b. 15 Aug 1641
  • Jonathan Prescott1 b. c 1646, d. 5 Dec 1721
  • Jonas Prescott1 b. Jun 1648

Citations

  1. [S285] Lane R. Ellis, Wilder and Allied Surnames in GEDCOM file 13212.GED.
  2. [S236] George Norbury Mackenzie, Colonial Families of the USA, 3:589.

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John McOlive1

     John McOlive and Susan Philips are the parents of Isabelle McOlive. They may or may not have been married.

Family

Susan Philips
Child
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Citations

  1. [S386] Isabella F. Cardinal, Death Certificate 519:694:10391 (1901).

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Susan Philips1

     Susan Philips and John McOlive are the parents of Isabelle McOlive. They may or may not have been married. Susan Philips and Susan (?) the wife of Lawrence Henage, may be the same person. At the time of the 1880 census, Isabelle Cardinal was a boarder in the Lawrence Henage household. It's possible that Susan Henage was originally Susan Philips. The "place of birth" entries do not match: Isabelle's mother's place of birth does not match Susan's place of birth. On the other hand, Isabelle is buried with Susan Henage.

Family

John McOlive
Child
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Citations

  1. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 708, Sheet 36, Dwelling 14, Family 71, Lawrence Henage household, Susan's place of birth is China and her parents were born in England.

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Thomas Joseph Lovett1

b. 7 December 1863, d. 19 March 1928
Thomas Joseph Lovett
     Thomas Joseph Lovett was born on 7 December 1863 at Providence, Rhode Island.1,2
     Thomas Joseph Lovett was a pitcher for the Brooklyun Dodgers and other major league clubs from 1890 to 1894.3 In the 1890 season he won 30 games, the only Dodger pitcher to record 30 wins in a season.4 He threw a no-hitter against the New York Giants on June 22nd, 1891, in a 4-0 victory for Brooklyn.4 He did not play in 1892, and the reason was a mystery until the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown sent me a newspaper article from 1943. The story recounts important events in baseball that occurred fifty years previously, in 1893:
     Lovett of Dodgers, First Holdout
     The inventor of the holdout was one Thomas Lovett, a pitcher for the Brooklyn Club. Dave Foutz had brought him to the Dodgers that winter. Lovett returned his contract unsigned, and much to the amazement of the fans, remained out of action the entire season.
     There had been salary-squawkers before Lovett. But he was the first to mean it so seriously as to hold out an entire year.
     Finding a picture of Lovett should not be difficult. When peace returns and the baseball writers are enabled to pay more attention to the romance of the game, they might erect a plaque to Tommy at Cooperstown. Minus the holdout, winter baseball writing through the years would have been more onerous, and certainly far duller.5 He died on 19 March 1928 at Providence, Rhode Island, at age 64.6,7
     From the Associated Press, 1929:
     Lovett, Old Time Ball Player, Dead
     PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 19. -- (AP) -- Thomas J. Lovett, 64, reputed to have pitched one of the first no-hit, no-run games in the major leagues, died suddenly here late this afternoon after dropping unconscious to the sidewalk. Lovett began his big league playing career with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1883, later pitching with the Brooklyn Nationals, the Boston Nationals, the Providence Grays. He ended his pitching career with the Rochester team.
     He formerly pitched with the Williamtic and Waterbury teams of the Connecticut League and the Oshkosh and Omaha teams. He pitched the no hit, no run game against the Giants in 1889, while with Brooklyn.6

Census, Residence

Census18801880Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island8,9
FatherWilliam Lovett1 b. c 1833
MotherHannah (?)1 b. c 1843

Citations

  1. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records."
  2. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 8:62.
  3. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records", From the Pitcher Register and other major league baseball records and statistics.
  4. [S292] Los Angeles Dodgers Inc., "Dodger's Online - 1890's", May 1, 1999.
  5. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records", This is an excerpt of a newspaper article photocopied from an unidentified newspaper. The column title is "Daniel's Dope" and the author is Dan Daniel. A part of the column not related to Tom Lovett states that the story was written in "this war year of 1943."
  6. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records", Photocopied Associated Press obituary from an unidentified newspaper.
  7. [S333] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 30:236.
  8. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, 1880 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence, SD=(dash), ED=59, Page=25, Line=12-20.
  9. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, William LOVETT.

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Harriet Goodhue Hosmer1

b. 9 October 1830, d. 21 February 1908
     Harriet Goodhue Hosmer was born on 9 October 1830 at Watertown, Massachusetts.1 She died on 21 February 1908 at Watertown, Massachusetts, at age 77.1
     From a biography posted on the Hosmer GenForum2: Miss Harriet G. Hosmer, sculptor, born in Watertown, Mass., 9th October 1830. Her father was a physician. Her mother and sister died of consumption, and Harriet was led to live an outdoor life. Her genius for modeling in clay showed itself in her youth, when in a clay-pit near her home she spent her time in modeling horses, dogs and other forms. She received a fair education and took lessons in art in Boston. With her father she studied anatomy, and afterward went to St. Louis, MO, where she took a course of study in the medical college. In 1851, she executed her first important work, an ideal head of "Hesper." In 1852 whe went to Rome, Italy, with her father and her friend, Charlotte Cushman. There she was a pupil with Gibson. She at once produced two ideal heads, "Daphne" and "Medusa," which were exhibited in Boston in 1853. In 1855 she produced her first full-length marble figure "CEnone" Her other productions include "Will-o-the-Wisp," "Puck", "Sleeping Faun" "Waking Faun" "Zenobia" , a statue of Marie Sophia, Queen of the Sicilies, and other famous figures. Her "Beatrice Cenci" and her bronze statue of Tomas H. Benton are both in St. Louis, MO. Miss Hosmer's work has received the highest favor. Her commissions have brought her fortune as well as fame. Among her European patrons are the Prince of Wales, the church authorities in Rome, Lady Marian Alford, Earl Brownlow and others. Most of her best work is owned in St. Louis, where she has spent much of her time. Besides her talent in sculpture, Miss Hosmer has shown marked talent in poetical composition and in prose articles on sculpture, which she has treated in a philosophical way in the "Atlantic Monthly." Her works are numerous, and each one is an evidence of her greatness as a sculptor. She executed a statue of Queen Isabella for the Columbian Exposition.3
FatherHiram Hosmer b. 4 Sep 1798, d. 15 Apr 1862
MotherSarah Watson Grant b. 2 Oct 1802, d. 4 May 1836

Citations

  1. [S335] George Leonard Hosmer, James Hosmer Genealogy, 69.
  2. In a subsequent email exchange, the author cited American Woman, Volume 1, by Mast, Corwell, and Kirkpatrick, 1897, as the source of the autobiography
  3. [S424] Kerri Conner, Harriet G. Hosmer Biography in "Harriet G. Hosmer b. 1830," listserve message August 3, 2000.

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Louis Cardinal1

b. 15 February 1830, d. 15 March 1911
     Louis Cardinal was born on 15 February 1830 at Montréal, Québec.2,1 He married Philomène Henrichon, daughter of Louis Henrichon and Josette Leduc, on 21 April 1857 at Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal, Québec. He was 27.1,3 Louis Cardinal died on 15 March 1911 at 20 Fenwick Street, Boston, Massachusetts, at age 81.4,1 The cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage.4 He was buried in Calvary Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.4

Census, Residence

Census1880188088 Cabot Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts5
FatherLaurent Cardinal1 b. 1803, d. 1869
MotherThéotiste Gougeon1

Family

Philomène Henrichon b. circa 1839
Children
  • Louis Cardinal+ b. c 1858
  • Olivier Pierre Théodore Olier Cardinal1 b. 19 Sep 1859, d. 16 Aug 1860
  • Henriette Cardinal1 b. 14 Apr 1861
  • Philomène Agathe Cardinal1 b. 20 Apr 1863
  • Esther Cardinal1 b. 3 Feb 1865
  • Mary Cardinal5 b. c 1867
  • Hormidas Cardinal5 b. c 1871
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Citations

  1. [S397] Louise Gervais, Cardinal Family in GEDCOM file CARDI.GED.
  2. [S395] Louis Cardinal, Death Certificate 9:472:2575 (1911), states his age at death as 81 years, 1 month, 0 days.
  3. [S399] Marriages des Canadiens-Francais de 1760 a 1935 (published), Volume 8.
  4. [S395] Louis Cardinal, Death Certificate 9:472:2575 (1911).
  5. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 735, Sheet 14, Dwelling 48, Family 144.

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Philomène Henrichon1

b. circa 1839
     Philomène Henrichon was born circa 1839.2,1 She married Louis Cardinal, son of Laurent Cardinal and Théotiste Gougeon, on 21 April 1857 at Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal, Québec. He was 27.1,3 Philomène Henrichon was ill with cancer on 4 June 1880.4,1

Census, Residence

Census1880188088 Cabot Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts4
FatherLouis Henrichon1
MotherJosette Leduc1

Family

Louis Cardinal b. 15 February 1830, d. 15 March 1911
Children
  • Louis Cardinal+ b. c 1858
  • Olivier Pierre Théodore Olier Cardinal1 b. 19 Sep 1859, d. 16 Aug 1860
  • Henriette Cardinal1 b. 14 Apr 1861
  • Philomène Agathe Cardinal1 b. 20 Apr 1863
  • Esther Cardinal1 b. 3 Feb 1865
  • Mary Cardinal4 b. c 1867
  • Hormidas Cardinal4 b. c 1871
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Citations

  1. [S397] Louise Gervais, Cardinal Family in GEDCOM file CARDI.GED.
  2. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 735, Sheet 14, Dwelling 48, Family 144, states her age as 42.
  3. [S399] Marriages des Canadiens-Francais de 1760 a 1935 (published), Volume 8.
  4. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 735, Sheet 14, Dwelling 48, Family 144.

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Johnny Igoe

b. circa 1873, d. circa 1950
     Johnny Igoe was born circa 1873 at Ireland.1 He came to the United States at 10 years old, alone, sent by his dying mother who remained in Ireland. The immigration date on his 1920 census entry was 1881.2,1 He married Mary Brennan. Johnny Igoe became a widower upon the death of his wife Mary Brennan at Malden, Massachusetts.2 Johnny Igoe died circa 1950 at Lynnfield, Massachusetts.2
Father(?) Igoe

Family

Mary Brennan
Children
  • Johnny Igoe4
  • Nannie Igoe4 b. c 1890, d. c 1977
  • James Igoe4 b. c 1898
  • Helen Mary Igoe+ b. 8 Dec 1900, d. 5 Jul 1991

Citations

  1. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1920, Roll=T625_713, Image=206, State=MA, County=Middlesex, Place=Malden City, Ward of City=2, SD=4, ED=261, Sheet=4B, Line=54, Address=97 Malden Street, Number=97, Name=Igoe, John.
  2. [S421] Interview, Thomas Sheehan, December 24, 2000.
  3. [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.
  4. [S420] Interview, Barbara (Sheehan) Lovett, Janice (Lovett) Grillo, Helen (Sheehan) Parent and Edward Parent, December 27-29, 2000.

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Mary Brennan

     Mary Brennan married Johnny Igoe, son of (?) Igoe. Mary Brennan died at Malden, Massachusetts, as a result of injuries she sustained when she fell down a bulkhead.1

Family

Johnny Igoe b. circa 1873, d. circa 1950
Children
  • Johnny Igoe3
  • Nannie Igoe3 b. c 1890, d. c 1977
  • James Igoe3 b. c 1898
  • Helen Mary Igoe+ b. 8 Dec 1900, d. 5 Jul 1991

Citations

  1. [S421] Interview, Thomas Sheehan, December 24, 2000.
  2. [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.
  3. [S420] Interview, Barbara (Sheehan) Lovett, Janice (Lovett) Grillo, Helen (Sheehan) Parent and Edward Parent, December 27-29, 2000.

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(?) Igoe

Family

Child

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Hormisdas Cardinal

b. 10 March 1839, d. 12 July 1916
     Hormisdas Cardinal was born on 10 March 1839 at Montreal, Quebec.1 He married Harriet N. Reed, daughter of Tabitha N. (?).2 Hormisdas Cardinal was a blacksmith on 3 June 1880.3 He became a widower at age 48 upon the death of his wife Harriet N. Reed on 14 March 1887 at Roslindale, Massachusetts.4 Hormisdas Cardinal died on 12 July 1916 at 4244 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, at age 77.1 The cause of death was carcinoma of stomach.1 He was buried on 15 July 1916 in Forest Hills Cemetery.1,5
FatherLaurent Cardinal b. 1803, d. 1869
MotherThéotiste Gougeon

Family

Harriet N. Reed b. 11 September 1843, d. 14 March 1887
Children
  • Louis L. Cardinal2 b. c 17 Jun 1863, d. 6 Aug 1940
  • Harriet P. Cardinal7 b. 14 Jan 1868, d. 26 Jul 1870
  • H. Alphonse Cardinal3 b. 9 Oct 1869, d. 14 Sep 1892
  • Jeannette R. Cardinal8 b. 7 Oct 1886, d. 19 Dec 1887

Citations

  1. [S433] Louis Cardinal, Death Certificate 2:92:7199 (1916).
  2. [S434] Louis L. Cardinal, Death Certificate 18:398:6891 (1940).
  3. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 773, Sheet 10, Dwelling 86, Family 99.
  4. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Hormisdas Cardinal, Born March 10, 1837, Died July 12, 1916. Harriet N Cardinal, Born Sept 11, 1843, Died March 14, 1887. A victim of the Bussey Bridge Railroad Disaster."
  5. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Hormisdas Cardinal, Born March 10, 1837, Died July 12, 1916."
  6. [S435] 1900 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, ED 1514, Sheet 15, Dwelling 1295, Family 346, microfilm series T-623, roll 687.
  7. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Harriet P. Cardinal, Born Jan 14, 1868, Died July 26, 1870."
  8. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Jeannette R. Cardinal, Born Oct 7 1886, Died Dec 19 1887."

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Harriet N. Reed1,2

b. 11 September 1843, d. 14 March 1887
     Harriet N. Reed was born on 11 September 1843 at Reading, Massachusetts.4,1,2 She married Hormisdas Cardinal, son of Laurent Cardinal and Théotiste Gougeon.1 Harriet N. Reed died on 14 March 1887 at Roslindale, Massachusetts, at age 43.2 She died in the Bussey Bridge train accident; the bridge collapsed killing 23 people and injuring 115.2 She was buried on 18 March 1887 in Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.2

Census, Residence

Census18801880Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts4
MotherTabitha N. (?)3 b. 5 Feb 1822, d. 20 Dec 1881

Family

Hormisdas Cardinal b. 10 March 1839, d. 12 July 1916
Children
  • Louis L. Cardinal1 b. c 17 Jun 1863, d. 6 Aug 1940
  • Harriet P. Cardinal5 b. 14 Jan 1868, d. 26 Jul 1870
  • H. Alphonse Cardinal4 b. 9 Oct 1869, d. 14 Sep 1892
  • Jeannette R. Cardinal6 b. 7 Oct 1886, d. 19 Dec 1887

Citations

  1. [S434] Louis L. Cardinal, Death Certificate 18:398:6891 (1940).
  2. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Hormisdas Cardinal, Born March 10, 1837, Died July 12, 1916. Harriet N Cardinal, Born Sept 11, 1843, Died March 14, 1887. A victim of the Bussey Bridge Railroad Disaster."
  3. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 773, Sheet 10, Dwelling 86, Family 99 and Family 100; this is a guess: Tabitha Reed lives next to Harriet (Reed) Cardinal, Tabitha is a widow old enough to be Harriet's mother, Tabitha was not employed at the time of the census.
  4. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 773, Sheet 10, Dwelling 86, Family 99.
  5. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Harriet P. Cardinal, Born Jan 14, 1868, Died July 26, 1870."
  6. [S625] Hormisdas Cardinal Cemetery Marker, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, "Jeannette R. Cardinal, Born Oct 7 1886, Died Dec 19 1887."

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Daniel Cloherty1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S202] Interview, Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, February 26, 1999.

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Corlic

     Left Glasgow on the 30th of October, 1874, and arrived in Brisbane on the 9th of March, 1875.
          John Cloherty and Emma Dicker.

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Mary Elizabeth King

d. circa 1955
     Mary Elizabeth King married James Francis Sheehan.1 Mary Elizabeth King died circa 1955.1 She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden, Massachusetts.1
Father(?) King

Family

James Francis Sheehan d. circa 1910
Child

Citations

  1. [S621] Interview, Sheehan family members, December 28, 2003.

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