Chicago Irish Families, 1875-1925

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Description:
Perhaps as important a destination as Boston or New York for Irish immigrants, Chicago was the destination for many immigrants from the Emerald Isle in the 19th and 20th Century. This database is a collection of records regarding many of the Irish families who made their home in this city between 1875 and 1925. Newly updated to add over 5,000 entries, information provided includes births, marriages, and deaths, often including names of relatives. Taken from a wide variety of sources, including local histories, parish records, local newspapers, and cemetery inscriptions, this can be an extremely helpful database for those researching Irish-American ancestors.

Extended Description:
The number in brackets following each entry indicates the source from which the record was taken. The sources are as follows: (1) Chicago Daily News, 1878-1902, Funeral Notices; (2) Chicago Citizen, 1883-1909, Obituaries and Marriage Notices; (3) Calvary Cemetery, Tombstone Inscriptions; (4) Mt. Olivet Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions; (5) St. James Sag Bridge Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions; (6) St. Gabriel Parish Records (baptisms, 1908-1909, marriages, 1908-1915); (7) Visitation Parish Records (marriages 1908-1915); (8) Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Records (marriages 1908-1909); (9) Holy Name Parish Records (marriages 1908-1913); (10) New York City Passenger Lists, 28-29 May 1909; (11) St. James Parish Records (marriages 1908-1915); (12) Death Records of Chicago, 1904; (13) New York City Passenger Lists 3 March 1903; (14) Cook County Births, 1881; (15) Cook County Deaths, 1888; (16) St. Elizabeth Parish Records (marriages 1908-1914); (17) St. Agnes Parish Records (marriages 1909-1915); (18) Inter-Ocean Funeral Notices; (19) Chicago Record Herald Funeral Notices; (20) New World, 1893; (21) The Political History of Chicago by M. L. Ahern, Chicago, 1886; (22) History of Chicago (3 vols.) by Alfred T. Andreas, Chicago, 1884; (23) History of Cook County, Illinois by Alfred T. Andreas, Chicago, 1884; (24) History of the Great Lakes (2 vols.) by J. H. Beers, 1899; (25) Politics and Politicians of Chicago, Cook County and Illinois by Fremont O. Bennett, Chicago, 1886; (26) History of the Chicago Police by John Joseph Flinn, New York, 1887; (27) Holy Family Parish: Priests and People by Thomas Mulkerins, Chicago, 1923; (28) Men Who Have Made the Fifth Ward by H. L. Schroeder and C. W. Forbrich, Chicago, 1895; (29) Researches of the Author, 1974-1992; (30) Nativity Church Baptismal Records, 1871; (31) Bishops of the United States of Irish Birth or Descent by James Dominick Hackett, New York, 1936.

Source Information:
Cook, Tom. Chicago Irish Families. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1998, 2000.

Newport area Natives in the Chicago Families Database

Berry Brady Burk Butler
Caine Carlin Carlin Casey
Cawley Chambers Concannon Conway
Cook Dever Fergus Forristal
Gallagher Gannon Garrity Gazin, [Gavin ?]
Gibbons Godfrey Gorman Hamilton
Hester Holloran Joyce Kelly
Keogh Kilroy King Lavelle
Lenihan Lyons Maguire Marley
McCovey McDonnell McFadden McGovern
McGreil McHale McMamon McManaman
McNamara Miller Moore Moran
Morrison Mullarkey Murphy Murray
Nolan O'Donnell O'Hara O'Malley
O'Neill Philbin Rowan Russell
Ryan Ryder Shea Shields
Stanton Sweeney Tierney Tuohy
Walsh      

Berry, Bernard Died Aug. 15, aged 32 yrs., son of William and Margaret (nee Brown) Berry of Newport, Co. Mayo, nephew of Patrick, Michael and Mrs. J. Berry, brother of Mary, Rose, Nora, Patrick, and Martin Berry. Funeral from 406 Garfield ave. to St. Vincent's church thence to Calvary cemetery. --Aug. 17, 1903

Brady, John died Oct. 22, 1891 at his residence, 27 E. Huron st., husband of Mary nee Kinney, aged 55 years, a native of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. Louisville(KY) papers please copy.

Burk, William, aged 54 yrs., 3 mos., 10 days, native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from his daughter's resid., Mrs. Rock, 89 Townsend st. to Calvary -Jan. 4, 1896

Butler, Bridget, died June 7, 1894, aged 28 yrs., at her resid. 752 Clifton ave., wife of James Butler, sister of Catherine O'Malley, Mrs. Nora Butler, Thomas McDonough, and Mrs. Mary Dyer, a native of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo.

Caine, Patrick, at resid. of his aunt, Mrs. Kenen, 123 Superior st., July 15, 1891, son of Richard and Mary, nee Flannery, brother of James and Ellen Caine, aged 21 yrs., native of Newport, Kilmore, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Carlin, Mary, July 29, 1892, wife of Michael, native of Parish Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 52 yrs. Funeral from resid., 119 E. Erie st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Casey, James Thomas born Aug. 18, 1886 in Straid, Co.
Mayo of Thomas Casey and Catherine Decey, married April 27, 1910 to Mary Agnes Moran, born Dec. 22, 1887 in Tieranar, Co. Mayo of James Moran and Mary O'Malley, witnesses: Francis Walsh and Anna Moran

Casey, Martin, aged 89 yrs. native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., of his son, Martin, 85 Ontario st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. -Feb. 1, 1878

Cawley, Martin born Oct. 29, 1887 in Fahey, Kilmina, Co. Mayo of James Cawley and Mary McLoughlin, married Aug. 21, 1912 to Bridget Kelly, born 1889 in Ballintubber, Co. Mayo of Patrick Kelly and Margaret Conway, witnesses: Thomas Cawley and Bridget Kelly

Chambers, Patrick, Dec. 1, 1886 at resid., 1330 Indiana ave., aged 78 yrs., native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from St. John's Church to Calvary

Chambers, Thomas, aged 54 years, native of Crossmolina, Co.
Mayo, father of Willie, and Mrs. Patrick Hogan. Funeral from 118 E. Erie st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -Oct. 31, 1885 Chambers, Mrs. Thomas, March 13, 1885, at resid., 157 Huron st., native of Crossmolina, Co. Mayo, aged 56 yrs., mother of Willie Chambers, and Mrs. Patrick J. Hogan, and Mrs. Martin O'Connor, and sister of J. H. Burke. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Concannon, Agnes Ethel, nee McMannon, Aug. 26, 1900 at Michael Reese Hospital, native of Newport, Co. Mayo, wife of M. J. Concannon, and mother of Mathias, Bernard, Ethel, Agnes, Maria Agnes, Francis, Malachy, and Emmet, aged 34 yrs., 3 mos. Funeral from resid., 5223 Armour ave. to St. Anne's Church to Mt. Olivet

Conway, Bridget, born in the west part of Co.
Mayo, aged 75 yrs., wife of Patrick, mother of Annie and Winifred, and grandmother of Tom, Patrick, Kate and Mary Coan. Funeral from resid. 45 Gardner st. to Calvary -April 30, 1898

Conway, James Aged 81 yrs., father of Patrick, James, Michael and Thomas Conway, and the late Mrs. M. Kilroy; native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from residence 479 Rice st. to St. Mark's church thence to Calvary cemetery. --June 1, 1906

Conway, Mary, wife of Patrick, mother of Anthony, Mrs. J.C. McHale, and Mrs. F.J. Houlihan, died at her residence, 619 W. Ohio st. Nov. 30, from bronchial pneumonia, aged 71 yrs. She was an old settler in Chicago, born in Newport, Co.
Mayo, she came to Chicago some fifty years ago, and was married in the old cathedral six years later. Six children blessed the union, three of whom died. The funeral occured from St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary -Dec. 10, 1898

Cook, Annie, nee Kelly, aged 26 yrs., native of Glanhest, Co.
Mayo, wife of Philip, and cousin of Mrs. Hugh Garrity. Funeral from resid., 157 Bissell st. to St. Vincent's Church to Calvary -June 23, 1900

Dever, Peter Joseph born Aug. 17, 1885 in Newport, Co.
Mayo of Peter J. Dever, married Oct. 27, 1908 to Anna Murray, born July 15, 1886 in Newport, Co. Mayo of Dominic Murray, witnesses: Thomas Collins and Jane McNichols

Fergus, John J. born Jan. 31, 1886 in Newport, Co.
Mayo of William Fergus and Bridget Sweeney, married April 28, 1909 to Catherine Hennelly, born Sept. 18, 1888 in Beleara, Co. Mayo of Charles Hennelly and Ann Murphy, witnesses: Michael Cunningham and Annie Kiegher

Forristal, William, husband of Sarah, nee Doran, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 171 N. Lincoln ave. to St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary -Dec. 19, 1892

Gallagher, Edward Husband of Catherine (nee Loftus), father of Martin, Anthony, and Thomas Gallagher, native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from his late residence, 681 Larrabee to St. Vincent's Church thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery. --April 23, 1904

Gannon, Michael, husband of Margaret, 66 Center ave., on the 26th ult., a native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. He came to America in 1881 settling in Chicago. He leaves a wife and one child. Funeral from St. Vincent's Church to Calvary. The pallbearers were Patrick Gannon, Michael Garrity, James and Martin Gannon, Patrick O'Malley, and William Gannon. -Dec. 22, 1900

Gannon, Owen, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, brother of Pat, John, William, and Mary, aged 22 yrs. Funeral from his brother's resid., 979 Orchard to St. Vincent's Church to Calvary -July 14, 1892

Garrity, Anthony, at 95 E. Huron st., Oct. 4, 1886, native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo, aged 103 yrs. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Garrity, Austin, 121 E. Superior st., native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. -Aug. 30, 1901

Garrity, James, at 4133 Wallace st., brother of Pat, aged 32 yrs, native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from St. Gabriel's Church to Mt. Olivet -April 28, 1892

Garrity, Michael, Dec. 10, 1891, at 639 Root st., brother of James, Patrick and John, native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo, aged 42 yrs. Funeral from St. Gabriel's Church to Mt. Olivet

Gazin, [Gavin ?], Thomas At his residence 120 E. Huron st., husband of Sabina Gazin [Gavin ?], (nee Millott), brother of Richard Gazin, native of Co.
Mayo. --March 22, 1906

Gibbons, Kate, sister of Delia, Annie and Thomas Gibbons, and Mrs. Creed, native of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo. Funeral from her cousin's resid., Thomas O'Malley, 330 Orleans st., to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -March 15, 1900

Gibbons, Maggie, Dec. 21, 1892, aged 42 yrs., formerly of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from her brother's resid., P.A. Gibbons, 896 Racine ave. to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church to Calvary

Gibbons, Michael, Dec. 19, 1899, husband of Mary, nee Hogan, brother of David, Mary, Bridget and Maggie, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 33 yrs. Funeral from resid., 3029 Poplar ave. to St. Bridget's Church to Calvary

Gibbons, Thomas, at the resid.., of his sister, 475 Sedgwick, formerly of Newport, Co.
Mayo, brother of Patrick, and brother-in-law of Patrick Langan. Funeral from Fr. Butler's Church to Calvary -March 1, 1886

Godfrey, Annie (nee Davis), died October 8, 1912, wife of Michael, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from residence, 553 W. 42nd st. to St. Gabriel's Church thence to Mt. Olivet cemetery.

Gorman, Sarah (nee Welsh) wife of Michael, mother of Thomas, Peter, Michael, Mrs. Bridget Renolds, and the late Patrick Gorman. Funeral from the residence of her son, Thomas Gorman 88 Ontario st. to St. Dominick's thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery. Native of Newport, Co. Mayo. -- Oct. 16, 1905

Hamilton, John Husband of Julia (nee McDonald), brother of Thomas and James Hamilton, Mrs. Annie Carlon, and Mrs. Margaret Walsh; native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from his late residence 171 Dearborn st. to Holy Name cathedral thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery. --Nov. 10, 1905

Hester, Helen, at 56 Huron st., June 4, 1887, wife of Michael, and sister-in-law of Mrs. James Kerrigan, native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Holloran, Maria, Aug. 3, 1889, wife of Michael, late of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 69 yrs. Funeral from resid., 224 Ontario st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Joyce, Michael, at 534 W. 42nd st., May 9, 1887, husband of Mary, nee Leonard, and brother of Thomas and Peter Joyce, native of Kilmainham, Co. Mayo, aged 38 yrs. Funeral from St. Gabriel's Church to Calvary

Joyce, Peter, at 924 W. 51st st., husband of Honora, nee O'Malley, father of Michael, Thomas, Patrick, Eddie and Mary, aged 50 yrs., native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from Visitation Church to Calvary. Omaha papers please copy. -July 9, 1895


Kelly, Mary E., Dec. 24, 1885, at resid., 2969 Main st., daughter of Richard and Annie, nee Chambers, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 21 yrs., 1 mon. Burial Calvary

Keogh, Sarah, on the 12th inst. at her resid., 1774 Seeley ave. She was born in Newport, Co. Mayo on Feb. 24, 1857. She left Ireland at the age of 12 and had resided in Chicago for 36 yrs. The floral presents were imposing especially a large harp from the typesetters of H. O. Shepard's printing house where Mr. Keogh has been employed over 20 yrs. Besides her husband she leaves behind a son and two daughters. Funeral occured from St. Andrew's Church to Mt. Carmel cemetery. Pallbearers were P. McGowan, Michael Manley, Jeremiah Donoghue, Richard Walsh, Thomas Keogh, and Charles Hartigan. -April 22, 1905


Kilroy, Mary, nee Conway, April 25, 1899, wife of Michael, daughter of James Conway, sister of Patrick, James, Michael and Thomas Conway, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 34 yrs. Funeral from resid., 652 N. Campbell to St. Mark's Church to Calvary

Kilroy, Nora, wife of Michael, and daughter of Ellen Cusick, and the late Matthew Cusick, and sister of Mrs. Frank O'Malley, Mrs. Michael Gill, Mrs. James Hannon and Kate, Delia, Peter and Margaret Cusick. Funeral from resid., 83 E. Huron st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary, native of Co.
Mayo. -June 2, 1902

King, Dominick, Aug. 25, 1886, husband of Winifred, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 56 yrs. Funeral from resid., 370 W. Ohio st. to St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary

Lavelle, Michael born Aug. 15, 1887 of Newport, Co. Mayo of John Lavelle and Bridget Conway, married Nov. 6, 1912 to Mary Kelly, born Dec. 15, 1891 in Kilmeena, Co. Mayo of Michael Kelly and Bridget O'Boyle, witnesses: Peter Conway and Mary Hanley

Lavelle, Patrick P., husband of Delia, nee Barrett, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, ged 40 yrs., 3 mos., 15 days. Funeral from resid., 102 Townsend st. to Calvary -April 17, 1893

Lenihan, Thomas husband of Maria (nee Dyea), father of Winnifred, John and Joseph, brother of Mary, Dora, Ellen, Frank, Anthony and Kate Lenihan, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from his brother's residence, 3430 S. Halsted st. to St. David's Church thence to Mt. Olivet cemetery. Member of Div. 35, Ancient Order of Hibernians and Street Car Men's Mutual Aid Association. October 14, 1912

Lyons, Redmond, well-known Wells street businessman, will leave in a few days to visit the scenes of his childhood days in the vicinity of Clew Bay, Co.
Mayo where his father and mother who are in advanced years still live. About 29 years ago when quite young Mr. Lyons came to America. -May 11, 1907

Lyons, Rosie, at the convent, 409 S. May st., May 19, 1891, daughter of Peter and Ellen, nee Kerins, natives of Parish Kilmeener (Kilmeena?), Co.
Mayo. Funeral from the Jesuit Church to Calvary

Maguire, Rev. Patrick, C.R.P., Reg. Superior Congo Missions, Knight of the Leonine Order, born in Ireland Aug. 26, 1858 ordained at Malines, Belgium Sept. 20, 1884, died Jan. 17, 1919; his mother Bridget Sweeney Maguire born in Newport, Co. Mayo Feb. 2, 1838, died Aug. 13, 1916;

Marley, Patrick, at resid., 75 E. Huron st., Nov. 27, 1890, native of Parish Burrishoole, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. Glasgow (Scotland) papers please copy. Mary Markey, nee Lehan, his wife died Feb. 25, 1890, at 80 Sedgwick st., native of Westport, Co. Mayo.


McCovey, Peter, Sept. 4, 1893, husband of Bridget, brother of Patrick and Michael, and Mrs. McElroy, aged 42 yrs., native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 153 Johnson st. to the Jesuit Church to Calvary

McDonnell, Edward born April 15, 1883 in Newport, Co.
Mayo of Frederick McDonnell and Nora Moran, married May 4, 1910 to Mary Leville, born Feb. 4, 1885 in Rosturk, Co. Mayo of John Leville and Mary Morley, witnesses: Martin Moran and Mary Williamson

McFadden, Mary, nee Gorman, Dec. 12, 1894, aged 80 yrs., native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, mother of Patrick, John, William, and the late Martin McFadden. Funeral from the residence of William McFadden, 22 E. Superior st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

McGovern, Bridget, late of Newport, Co.
Mayo, sister of Patrick, and Mrs. P. Moran, aged 24 yrs. Funeral from her cousin's resid., Thomas Sweeney, 99 E. Huron st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -Dec. 14, 1892

McGreil, Bridget born Nov. 25, 1883 in Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo of Thomas McGreil and Mary Malloy, married Feb. 2, 1910 to George Egerer,

McHale, John, at 120 E. Huron st., May 5, 1893, aged 26 yrs., native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

McHale, Michael J., pioneer resident of Chicago, died at his daughter's resid., Mrs. Frederick J. Ringley, 375 Bissell st., last week. He was born in Co. Mayo on Sept. 16, 1832 and crossed the ocean in 1834 in the sailing vessel "Sea Horse", spending six weeks in making the trip. In 1836 he moved to Chicago. He was superintendent of the Goodrich Transportation Co.'s lines in the early days of lake navigation adn was superintendent of Agnew & Cox when they built the town of Hegewisch. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Ringley and Mrs. P. G. Armstrong. -March 21, 1903

McMamon, Bridget, nee McGill, March 20, 1884, aged 29 yrs., 9 mos., wife of Patrick, and sister-in-law of John R. Walsh, native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 18 Penn st. to Calvary

McManaman, Bridget, nee Chambers, wife of Michael, aged 33 yrs., 5 mos., at resid., 185 Wells st., native of Shramore, Newport, Co.
Mayo -May 6, 1891

McNamara, John, husband of Margaret, nee Lendrum, father of Thomas and Officer Joseph McNamara, Mrs. Thomas Finley, and Mrs. John Finley, aged 61 yrs., 6 mos., native of Dugort, Achill Island, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 2002 Wilcox ave. to St. Malachy's Church to Calvary -July 31, 1899

Miller, Ann Wife of Charles T. Miller, formerly Miss Ann Welch, native of Insyler, Co. Mayo. Funeral from 359 Washburne ave. to St. Charles Borromeo church thence to Calvary cemetery. -- Nov. 10, 1902

Moore, Catherine, Jan. 17, 1892, of Parish Kilmeena, Co. Mayo, mother of Andrew, and the late Joseph Moore, and Mrs. Michael Berry, aged 75 yrs. Funeral from her son-in-law's resid., 406 Garfield ave. to St. Vincent's Church to Calvary.

Moore, James born in Co. Mayo in 1854; came to Chicago in 1873; entered the police force in 1883.

Moore, Joseph, husband of Mary, nee O'Connell, aged 38 yrs., at resid., 168 W. Van Buren st., native of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo. Burial Calvary -May 10, 1891

Moran, Annie, Oct. 23, 1893, at resid., 1544 W. 39th st., daughter of the late Officer Thomas Moran and Catherine, nee McNally, natives of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo, aged 16 yrs., 8 mos., 13 days. Funeral from St. Agnes Church to Calvary

Moran, Anthony G., a prominent furniture dealer, was born in Co. Mayo in 1849 and came to America with his brother in 1862. He was a resident of Chicago from 1865, and was married in 1876 to Ella McElheney; they had four children.

Moran, Cecilia born May 12, 1883 in Newport, Co. Mayo of Thomas and Julia Moran, married Dec. 18, 1909 to William Rowan, born Aug. 28, 1875 in St. Vincent's parish, St. Louis, MO, of William Rowan and Ann Doyle

Moran, Edward, May 23, 1902, husband of Mary, nee McNamara, father of John, Bernard, James, Thomas, Mary, Nora and the late Edward Moran, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 45 Ontario st. to Calvary. Butte (MT) papers please copy.

Moran, John, at 712 W. 47th Pl., husband of Bridget, nee Prendergast, father of Michael, John, James, Edward, Joseph, and Mary Moran, and Mrs. Martin O'Malley, native of Clareisland, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from St. Gabriel's Church to Mt. Olivet -March 27, 1902

Moran, Mary, wife of James, daughter of Owen Cusack, Parish of Ilandy (Islandeady), Co.
Mayo, and mother of Mrs. J. T. Walsh, William, Owen, James, and Joseph Moran. Funeral from resid., 534 S. 48th ave. to Presentation Church to Calvary -Sept. 30, 1899

Moran, Mary, nee Gibbons, July 9, 1902, wife of the late Thomas, mother of Michael, Martin, Mamie, and John Moran, sister of Mrs. Thomas Hart, and Maggie Gibbons, and the late Michael and David Gibbons, native of Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 133 Ontario st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Moran, Mary Catherine born June 2, 1908 of Patrick Moran of
Mayo and Mary Ellen Hannigan of Mayo who were married at Holy Angels Church, Chgo. Aug. 1, 1906, resid. -634 W. 42nd Place.

Moran, Matthew, father of Martin, Thomas and John, aged 57 yrs., native of Ross, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 55 Crosby st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -April 11, 1896

Moran, Patrick born March 2, 1881 in Westport, Co.
Mayo of Michael Moran, married Feb. 3, 1909 to Mary Ward, born Aug. 15, 1886 in St.

Moran, Mrs. Patrick, nee Pendergast, May 19, 1893, native of Ballintubber, Co.
Mayo, aged 58 yrs. Funeral from resid., 5626 Wentworth to St. Anne's Church to Mt. Olivet

Moran, Patrick, Nov. 19, 1894, son of Patrick and Kate, nee Prendergast, brother of Ella and James, native of Ballintubber, Co.
Mayo, member of United Order of American Bricklayers and Stonemasons, aged 27 yrs. Funeral from resid., 5648 LaSalle st. to St. Anne's Church to Mt. Olivet

Moran, Patrick J. born March 2, 1875 in Tiernar, Newport, Co. Mayo of Martin Moran and Bridget Loftus, married Dec. 27, 1911 to Margaret Prendergast, born Dec. 15, 1890 in Claremorris, Co. Mayo of John Prendergast and Catherine Mangan, witnesses: Thomas Chambers and Mary Prendergast

Moran, Thomas, Jan. 21, 1895, husband of Mary, nee Gibbons, and brother of Michael and Martin, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo, aged 45 yrs. Funeral from resid., 121 Erie st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Moran, Thomas G., native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo, father of Mrs. Patrick McGovern, Mrs. Thomas Sweeney, and Mrs. Daniel Bresnan, and the late Patrick Moran. Funeral from his daughter's resid., Mrs. Sweeney, 1033 Sheffield ave. to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church to Calvary -April 22, 1896

Moran, Thomas J. born in Co.
Mayo in 1849; came to Chicago on Dec. 27, 1877; entered the police force in 1885.

Moran, Thomas J., native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo died Feb. 21, 1889, aged 42 yrs., erected by his wife and children; Section I


Morrison, Thomas, Dec. 24, 1893, brother of Kate and Mary Morrison, aged 34 yrs., native of Shramore, Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 117 Erie st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Mullarkey, Manis, aged 56 yrs., native of Glonheast, Co.
Mayo at the resid., of T. J. Kenney, 5436 Armour ave. Burial Mt. Olivet. -Aug. 28, 1899


Murphy, Mrs. Anna Calvey born May 16, 1871 in Newport, Co.
Mayo of Michael Calvey and Catherine Moran, married April 13, 1912 to Francis A. Forest, witnesses: Andrew Anderson and Mrs. Mary Anderson

Murphy, Nora, Feb. 8, 1887, at resid., 3 W. Pearson, wife of Peter J., aged 21 yrs., native of Glenheast, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. Montreal papers please copy.

Murray, Katherine born in Newport, Co.
Mayo of Dominick Murray, married Sept. 5, 1909 to Anthony E. Fritz son of George Fritz (Our Lady of Lourdes parish)

Nolan, Mary, April 7, 1884, aged 26 yrs., sister of James, native of Parish Kilmeena, Co. Mayo. Funeral from her brother's resid., 122 Townsend st. to Calvary

Nolan, Patrick, Aug. 19, 1897, aged 32 yrs., native of Kilmeena, Co. Mayo, brother of John, nephew of Mike and Patrick, and the late John Garrity. Funeral from his brother's resid., 58 Racine ave. to St. Vincent's Church to Calvary

O'Donnell, Hugh, July 4, 1887, brother of James and Joseph and the late John O'Donnell, native of Newport, Co. Mayo, aged 54 yrs. Funeral from resid., 141 Sedgwick to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

O'Donnell, John, Nov. 27, 1881, native of Newport, Parish of Brezuil (Borrishoole?), Co. Mayo, aged 50 yrs. Funeral from resid., 301 W. Erie st., to St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary Note: Tombstone in Calvary lists also: Mary, his wife; Alice O'Donnell, died March 12, 1870, aged 2 yrs., 11 days; Margaret O'Donnell, died April 21, 1878, aged 4 yrs., 21 days; Dennis O'Donnell, died March 27, 1879, aged 1 yr., 7 days; Birde O'Donnell, died Sept. 24, 1854, aged 3 yrs., 20 days; Section U

O'Donnell, Mrs. John, nee Gibbons, at resid., 105 Superior st., aged 75 yrs., mother of Walter and Patrick, native of Westport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. Cleveland and San Francisco papers please copy. -Feb. 1, 1890

O'Donnell, Joseph, husband of Marie J. Fleming, and brother of Neal O'Donnell, aged 37 yrs., native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Burial Calvary. Cleveland papers please copy. -Sept. 9, 1889

O'Donnell, Mildred, child of John and Bridget, nee Dougherty, aged 1 yr., 2 mos., natives of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 86 Ontario st. to Calvary -Oct. 9, 1899

O'Donnell, Thomas born July 12, 1883 in Burrissole, Co.
Mayo of John O'Donnell and Ann McNally, married Feb. 27, 1911 to Catherine Gibbons, born Nov. 2, 1885 in Burrisolle, Newport, Co. Mayo of Edward Gibbons and Bridget Sheridan, witnesses: Walter O'Donnell and Mary Gibbons

O'Hara, Thomas, aged 60 yrs., native of Glannast, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from resid., 54 Sedgwick to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -March 24, 1882

O'Malley, James, late of Newport, Co. Mayo, at resid., 533 Washburne ave. Funeral from St. Charles Church to Mt. Carmel cemetery -June 29, 1901

O'Malley, Patrick, Dec. 28, 1893, brother of James, John and Mary, aged 32 yrs., native of Cloonfohar, Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from 67 E. Chicago ave. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

O'Malley, Peter Died accidentally, husband of Sarah (nee O'Malley), father of Mary and brother of Mary McGuire; native of Parish Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo; aged 28 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 6813 Paulina st. to St. Brendan's Church thence to Mt. Olivet cemetery. --July 1, 1904

O'Malley, Thomas J. born Oct. 24, 1882 in Kilmeena, Myna, Co. Mayo of Michael O'Malley and Mary Moran, married March 16, 1912 to Mrs. Mary Chambers, born Nov. 11, 1879 in Castlebar, Co. Mayo of John O'Malley and Catherine Hyland, witnesses: Alice O'Malley

O'Neill, James of Kallamanagh,
Mayo of James O'Neill and Nora Lavin married Oct. 5, 1910 to Margaret Kelly of Kallamanagh, Mayo of Thomas Kelly and Catherine Walsh


Philbin, Edward, Jan. 5, 1893, husband of Bridget, nee McManamon, born June 11, 1813, native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from his son-in-law's resid., Thomas Kilroy, 602 Augusta st. to St. Mary's Church to Calvary Note: Tombstone in Calvary cemetery lists also: Bridget Philbin, his wife, Sept. 8, 1824-April 20, 1909; Edward J. Kilroy, Jan. 14, 1890-March 2, 1913; Section S



Philbin, Thomas J. born July 11, 1879 in Westport, Co.
Mayo of Martin Philbin and Nora Derrig, married Sept. 6, 1911 to Nora A. Fergus, born July 6, 1887 in Newport, Co. Mayo of William Fergus and Bridget Sweeney, witnesses: Robert Salmon and Bridget Fergus

Rowan, Ellen, Feb. 3, 1888, wife of Thomas, aged 49 yrs., native of Parish Kilmona (Kilmeena), Co. Mayo. Funeral from resid., 295 N. Franklin st., to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

.Russell, Maria, native of Kilmeena, Co.
Mayo, wife of the late Christopher of Mullingar, Ireland, aged 41 yrs. Funeral from her brother-in-law's resid., Martin Jeffers, 244 N. Market st., to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary -Jan. 7, 1888

Ryan, Jennie, nee Royle, May 31, 1897, wife of William, native of Culmore (Kilmore), Co.
Mayo, at resid., 12 Vedder st. Funeral from Immaculate Conception Church to Calvary

Ryan, Michael J. born Aug. 3, 1882 or 83 in Fethard, Peppardstown, Co. Tipperary of John Ryan and Katherine Morrissy, married Nov. 3, 1909 to Mary Walsh, born Aug. 15, 1878 in Ardagh, Co.
Mayo of Patrick Walsh and Mary McAndrews, witnesses: Michael and Helen Walsh

Ryder, Austin, after three short weeks of illness with pneumonia, former President of Branch #1, United Irish League, died at St. Joseph's Hospital on Aug. 21. He was 27 yrs. of age and for 11 yrs. past has been in the employ of Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co., wholesale carpet dept. His father who with his wife and daughter left Ireland in 1872, came to America, settling in Cleveland where Austin was born. His father was killed six weeks after he arrived in Cleveland by a Lake Shore Train. Soon after, Mrs. Ryder with her two children left Cleveland for Chicago, where she remained a few years, and then returned to her birthplace in Westport, Co.
Mayo. When old enough, his mother placed him under the care of the Christian Bros. whose school he attended until he was graduated with high honors at the age of 15 yrs. His urgent requests that he be taken to this country were considered and he was sent for, coming straight to Chicago and took up his home with his aunt, Mrs. Walter O'Donnell, 310 Bissell st., where he remained until his death. Funeral occured from St. Vincent's Church. -Sept. 1, 1902

Shea, John Henry born July 7, 1883 in Gateshead-on-Tyne, Derham, England, of Thomas Henry Shea and Jane Dunn, married March 8, 1910 to Emily Ann Josephine Martin, baptised between Aug. and Dec., 1898 in Mulranny, Newport, Co. Mayo, of William Martin and Sarah Ann Lawrence, witnesses: Daniel Carlin and Anna McGrath


Shields, Annie, nee Horan, April 12, 1898, wife of James, at resid., 16 Sullivan st., native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Fr. Butler's Church to Calvary

Stanton, Catherine, nee Quinn, May 23, 1892, wife of the late John, mother of the late Mrs. Alexander Sweeney, native of Newport, Co. Mayo, aged 94 yrs. Funeral from her son's resid., 40 Centennial ct. near Paulina st. to St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary

Sweeney, Daniel, July 18, 1881, aged 48 yrs., at resid., 160 N. Market st., native of Parish Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Sweeney, James, at 80 Oak st., Dec. 24, 1887, aged 66 yrs., native of Newport, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary

Sweeney, Martin, Jan. 6, 1899, aged 28 yrs., husband of Mary, nee Sweeney, daughter of John Sweeney of Newport, Co. Mayo, and son of John and Margaret Sweeney of Town Aloughla, Co. Sligo, brother of Mary and Patrick. Funeral from resid., 125 E. Huron st. to Holy Name Cathedral to Calvary. St. Louis papers please copy.


Tierney, Patrick, at resid., cor. of Root and Emerald, native of Newport, Co. Mayo, aged 40 yrs. Funeral from St. Gabriel's Church to Calvary. Member of Div. #6, A.O.H. -March 6, 1884


Tuohy, Martin born Nov. 27, 1881 in Ballaghdreen, Co. Mayo of Hugh Tuohy and Elizabeth Kelly, married June 29, 1910 to Anna Moran born June 24, 1882 in Mularanny, Co. Mayo of James Moran and Mary O'Malley, witnesses: Owen Horan and Anna Moran


Walsh, Bridget (nee Feeney) wife of John J. Walsh, mother of John W., and Katey S. Walsh, and sister of Mrs. King. Native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. Funeral from her late residence, 206 Sedgwick st. to Holy Name Cathedral thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery. --March 30, 1903


Walsh, Bridget Wife of the late Thomas, mother of Patrick, Mrs. Ann Forester, Mrs. Maggie Bradherst, Mrs. Mary Patterson, Mrs. Bridget Ryan, and John Walsh, at her daughter's residence, Mrs. Mary Patterson, 599 S. Halsted st. Funeral from Holy Family Church to Calvary cemetery. Native of Newport, Co.
Mayo. --November 1, 1904

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