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004 1926 William F Cashman Fire detail
004 1926 William F Cashman Fire detail
Boston Daily Globe - Quincy - Spectacular Blaze as Quincy Garage Burns -- A spectacular fire shortly after midnight this morning gutted the private garage of William Cashman, at 117 Cross st, West Quincy, and alarmed the whole neighborhood. A quantity of burning oil and gasoline made flames which shot high into the air and were visible for miles. Cashman's house, next to the garage, was threatened for a time but the firemen by the use of chemicals extinguished the oil fire and saved the house. The damage, which includes a car destroyed with the garage, is estimated at about $2500. 
 
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004 1926 William F Cashman Garage Fire
004 1926 William F Cashman Garage Fire
This article was published in the Boston Daily Globe on 28 Jul 1926. It is about a fire that occurred and destroyed William F. Cashman's garage on 117 Cross, St., in Quincy, MA. 
 
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004 1927 William Francis Cashman
004 1927 William Francis Cashman
[Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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004 1928 Cashman Shea marriage certificate
004 1928 Cashman Shea marriage certificate
CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – No. 384, Intention No. 389, William Francis Cashman and Alice Mary Shea married in Quincy on 31 Aug 1928. It was the first marriage for both. At the time of the marriage, the groom resided at 3 Cottage Avenue, Quincy, Mass., was 26 years old, a coal dealer, and listed his birthplace as Quincy, Mass. He gave his parents names as William Cashman and Mary Murphy. The bride resided at 285 Common St., Quincy, Mass., was 19 years old, at home, and listed her birthplace as Quincy, Mass. She gave her parents names as Michael Shea and Nellie Nelligan. The Intention of Marriage was entered in the records of the City of Quincy on 29 Aug 1928. Certificate was issued on 29 Aug 1928 by Hattiemay Thomas, Asst. City Clerk. The couple was joined in marriage at 115 Crescent St., Ward 4, Quincy on 31 Aug 1928 by Joseph E. Murphy, clergyman, of 115 Crescent St., Quincy, Mass. Certificate received by clerk on 4 Sep 1928. 
 
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004 1928 Cashman Shea marriage certificate detail
004 1928 Cashman Shea marriage certificate detail
CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – No. 384, Intention No. 389, William Francis Cashman and Alice Mary Shea married in Quincy on 31 Aug 1928. It was the first marriage for both. At the time of the marriage, the groom resided at 3 Cottage Avenue, Quincy, Mass., was 26 years old, a coal dealer, and listed his birthplace as Quincy, Mass. He gave his parents names as William Cashman and Mary Murphy. The bride resided at 285 Common St., Quincy, Mass., was 19 years old, at home, and listed her birthplace as Quincy, Mass. She gave her parents names as Michael Shea and Nellie Nelligan. The Intention of Marriage was entered in the records of the City of Quincy on 29 Aug 1928. Certificate was issued on 29 Aug 1928 by Hattiemay Thomas, Asst. City Clerk. The couple was joined in marriage at 115 Crescent St., Ward 4, Quincy on 31 Aug 1928 by Joseph E. Murphy, clergyman, of 115 Crescent St., Quincy, Mass. Certificate received by clerk on 4 Sep 1928. 
 
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004 1928 John Michael Cashman birth return
004 1928 John Michael Cashman birth return
RETURN OF A BIRTH – Registered No. 1484, John Michael Cashman born 27 Dec 1928 at 279 Common street, Quincy, MA to William Cashman and Alice Shea of 279 Common St., Quincy, MA. Father is a white, 27-year-old coal dealer, born in Quincy. Mother is a white, 20-year-old housewife, born in Quincy. Received at town clerk on Jan 18 1929. 
 
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004 1930 US Census William F Cashman household
004 1930 US Census William F Cashman household
Year: 1930; Census Place: Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 936; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 94; Image: 424.0. 
 
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004 1930c Alice Mary Shea on running board
004 1930c Alice Mary Shea on running board
Alice Mary Shea posed on the running board of a car sometime during the late twenties or early thirties. 
 
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004 1930s John M Cashman and friend
004 1930s John M Cashman and friend
A photo of John M. Cashman and an unidentified individual. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1930s John M Cashman Beaver Dam road
004 1930s John M Cashman Beaver Dam road
John M. Cashman at Beaver Dam Road in Scituate. Found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1937 William F Cashman real estate ad
004 1937 William F Cashman real estate ad
Daily Boston Globe - Outstanding Value of the Season -- Overlooking harbor. Two living rooms, dining room, kitchen, chamber and bath on 1st floor, two master and two small bedrooms on 2nd. Nice fireplace. H.W heat. Garage and barn. 12,300 cor. lot at Willow St. and Jericho Rd. $4,700. William F. Cashman 
 
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004 1937 William F Cashman real estate ad detail
004 1937 William F Cashman real estate ad detail
This real estate notice from William F. Cashman was posted in the Daily Boston Globe on 11 Apr 1937. 
 
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004 1938 John M Cashman childhood Scituate
004 1938 John M Cashman childhood Scituate
A photo of John M Cashman as a child in Scituate. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1940 US Census William F Cashman household
004 1940 US Census William F Cashman household
 
 
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004 1940s Alice Shea and Robert Cashman
004 1940s Alice Shea and Robert Cashman
Alice Shea with Robert Cashman. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1940s Alice Shea with dogs
004 1940s Alice Shea with dogs
This is a photo of Alice Shea with two dogs. Robert W. Cashman is in the background. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1940s John M Cashman photo
004 1940s John M Cashman photo
Photo of John M. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1940s Robert Cashman photo
004 1940s Robert Cashman photo
Photo of Robert Cashman found in a scrapbook. Scene in photo appears to be backyard of 18 Beaver Dam Road in Scituate. 
 
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004 1940s Robert Cashman with Alice Shea and dogs
004 1940s Robert Cashman with Alice Shea and dogs
A photo of Robert Cashman with two dogs. Alice Shea is in the background. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1942c Robert W Cashman portrait
004 1942c Robert W Cashman portrait
A portrait of Robert W. Cashman as a young boy found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1943 Robert W Cashman boy scout photo
004 1943 Robert W Cashman boy scout photo
A portrait of Robert W. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1944c Robert W Cashman portrait
004 1944c Robert W Cashman portrait
Portrait of Robert W. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 1946 William F Cashman Real Estate Board
004 1946 William F Cashman Real Estate Board
This article was published in the Boston Globe on 28 Apr 1946. William F. Cashman is mentioned as an Officer of the Plymouth board in the second column. 
 
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004 1947 William F Cashman real estate ad
004 1947 William F Cashman real estate ad
This real estate advertisements written by William F Cashman was published in the Daily Boston Globe on 21 Sep 1947. 
 
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004 1947 William F Cashman real estate ad detail
004 1947 William F Cashman real estate ad detail
Daily Boston Globe -- RESORT HOTEL -- On South Shore 20 miles from Boston, 7-day full liquor license, modern kitchen and service rooms: clean, attractive location: nr. sandy beach: 12 guest rooms, now in operation and terminating a successful season: low late-season price of $25,000 includes land, buildings and all equipment; will require $10,000 cash: no other license within miles. William F. Cashman. 
 
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004 1948 Cashman Not Elected Assessor detail
004 1948 Cashman Not Elected Assessor detail
This article was published in the Daily Boston Globe on 9 Mar 1948. It mentions William F. Cashman and states that he does not receive the position as Assessor. 
 
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004 1948 Cashman Not Elected Scituate Assessor
004 1948 Cashman Not Elected Scituate Assessor
This article was published in the Daily Boston Globe on 9 Mar 1948. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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004 1950s Robert Cashman and mother Alice Shea
004 1950s Robert Cashman and mother Alice Shea
At Common Street property. [Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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004 1950s Robert Cashman MMA article
004 1950s Robert Cashman MMA article
"Old Cash", the original "Mr. Quincy" arrived at M.M.A in a blaze of glory. He won many friends with his quick humor and the bottle of "handy brandy" he kept in his locker. Things ran pretty smooth for the South Quincy Terror until one night around midnight he started to tear up the quarter-deck and had to be put in his place by Mr.Hirst. This didn't phase our dauntless hero in the least and he soon went on to new and bigger things. For the sake of humor, Uncle Bob organized M.M.A.'s own National Guard Unit and trained them for combat against Sid. We think it proper to mention a little bit concerning cruise time. Many was the night Old Cash could be seen partaking of a little of "this and that" with his friends south of the border. To sum this up, we would like to say that Cash is a true sailor in every meaning of the word and his seamanship ability won him the respect of the officers and his shipmates. 
 
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004 1951 Alice Mary Shea headshot
004 1951 Alice Mary Shea headshot
At the christening of John Michael Cashman, Jr. 
 
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004 1951c Robert Cashman
004 1951c Robert Cashman
Formal portrait of Robert Cashman. Has the look of a high school senior portrait. 
 
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004 1951c Robert W Cashman headshot
004 1951c Robert W Cashman headshot
Headshot of Robert W. Cashman clipped from a portrait. [Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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004 1954 William Cashman Death certificate
004 1954 William Cashman Death certificate
STANDARD CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (1) Place of death…Medfield, Norfolk, Medfield State Hospital (2) Full name: William F. Cashman (a) permanent residence No. 18 Beaver Dam Rd., Scituate, MA (3) Date of death Oct 28 1954 (4) I hereby certify that I attended deceased from Oct 28 1954 to Oct 28 1954. I last saw him alive on Oct 28, 1954 and that death is said to have occurred on the date stated above at 7:45 p.m. (a) Immediate cause of death was Myocardial Insufficiency [ 3 days between onset and death] (b) Antecedent cause of death was Pleurasy Exudative (c) B. Radich, Medfield, MA…Oct 28, 1954 (5) was disease or injury in any way related to occupation?...NO (6) Burial: St. Mary’s Cemetery, Quincy, MA…Nov 2, 1954 (7) Fuenral director: M. Joseph Sweeney, 74 Elm St., Quincy (8) male (9) white (10) married (11) husband of Alice Cashman (12) Age 52 years 10 months 25 days (13) usual occupation…Real Estate (14) Birthplace: Quincy, MA (15) Father…William Cashman (16) Born in Hanover, MA (17) Mother…Mary F. Murphy (18) Born in Scituate, MA (19) Informant…Records at Medfield State Hospital, Medfield, MA. 
 
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004 1954 William Cashman death certificate detail
004 1954 William Cashman death certificate detail
STANDARD CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (1) Place of death…Medfield, Norfolk, Medfield State Hospital (2) Full name: William F. Cashman (a) permanent residence No. 18 Beaver Dam Rd., Scituate, MA (3) Date of death Oct 28 1954 (4) I hereby certify that I attended deceased from Oct 28 1954 to Oct 28 1954. I last saw him alive on Oct 28, 1954 and that death is said to have occurred on the date stated above at 7:45 p.m. (a) Immediate cause of death was Myocardial Insufficiency [ 3 days between onset and death] (b) Antecedent cause of death was Pleurasy Exudative (c) B. Radich, Medfield, MA…Oct 28, 1954 (5) was disease or injury in any way related to occupation?...NO (6) Burial: St. Mary’s Cemetery, Quincy, MA…Nov 2, 1954 (7) Fuenral director: M. Joseph Sweeney, 74 Elm St., Quincy (8) male (9) white (10) married (11) husband of Alice Cashman (12) Age 52 years 10 months 25 days (13) usual occupation…Real Estate (14) Birthplace: Quincy, MA (15) Father…William Cashman (16) Born in Hanover, MA (17) Mother…Mary F. Murphy (18) Born in Scituate, MA (19) Informant…Records at Medfield State Hospital, Medfield, MA. 
 
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004 1954 William F Cashman PL funeral
004 1954 William F Cashman PL funeral
William F. Cashman's Obituary from the Patriot Ledger on November 3, 1954. 
 
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004 1954 William F Cashman PL funeral detail
004 1954 William F Cashman PL funeral detail
SCITUATE Nov 3 Patriot Ledger--A high mass of requiem was celebrated yesterday morning at St. Mary's Church, West Quincy, for William F. Cashman, 52, of 18 Beaver Dam Road, Scituate. Mr. Cashman, who was in the real estate business in Scituate, died Thursday at an out-of-town hospital after a long illness. Celebrant of the mass was the Rev. Antonio Cintolo. Seated within the sanctuary was the Rev. John Mullarkey. The music was under the direction of Mrs. Albery Dillon, organist. The funeral left the Sweeney Funeral Home, 54 Elm Street, Quincy, and burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, West Quincy, where committal prayers were read by the Rev. Cornelius J. Donovan and the Rev. Fr. Mullarkey. Bearers were Tedo Gaudiano, Gerald Hughes Sr., Gerald Hughes Jr., Robert Greer, Gene Cummings and John Craven. Born in Quincy, Mr. Cashman moved to Scituate 15 years ago. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Alice M. (Shea) Cashman; two sons, John M. of Dorchester and Robert W. of the home address; a daughter, Miss Mary Louise Cashman, also of the home address, and two grandchildren. 
 
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004 1954 William F Cashman PL obituary
004 1954 William F Cashman PL obituary
William F. Cashman's Obituary from the Patriot Ledger on Saturday October 30, 1954. 
 
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004 1954 William F Cashman PL obituary detail
004 1954 William F Cashman PL obituary detail
SCITUATE, Oct 30 Patriot Ledger - William F. Cashman, 52, of 18 Beaver Dam Road died Thursday at an out-of-town hospital after a long illness. Mr. Cashman was in the real estate business in this town. He was the husband of Mrs. Alice M. (Shea) Cashman. Born in Quincy, he lived in Scituate for the past 15 years. In addition to his wife, Mr. Cashman leaves two sons, John M. of Dorchester and Robert W. of the home address; a daughter, Miss Mary Louise Cashman, also of the home address, and two grandchildren. A high mass of requiem will be celebrated Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Mary's Church, West Quincy. The funeral will leave the Sweeney Funeral Home, 74 Elm Street, Quincy, and burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, West Quincy. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be afternoons and evenings tomorrow and Monday only. 
 
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004 1960 Alice Shea Cashman
004 1960 Alice Shea Cashman
This is a photo of Alice Shea Cashman that was taken at the christening celebration of Joseph M. Cashman, who died in infancy. Joseph was the sixth and last child born to John and Rachael Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn 18 Beaver Dam Rd house after snow
004 unkn 18 Beaver Dam Rd house after snow
William F. Cashman and Alice Shea's home at 18 Beaver Dam Road after a snow storm. This photo was found in a scrapbook that is in the possession of Jay M. Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Alice Shea with unidentified friend
004 unkn Alice Shea with unidentified friend
Alice Shea with an unidentified friend. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 2
004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 2
Cashman home at18 Beaver Dam Road in Scituate. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 3
004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 3
William F Cashman and Alice Shea's home at 18 Beaver Dam Road in Scituate. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 4
004 unkn Cashman 18 Beaver Dam Rd home 4
Alice Shea and William Cashman's home at 18 Beaver Dam Road. Found in a scrapbook that is in the possession of Jay M. Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman dog
004 unkn Cashman dog
A photo of the Cashman dog found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman dog 2
004 unkn Cashman dog 2
A photo of the Cashman family dog found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Cashman home 18 Beaver Dam Rd view 1
004 unkn Cashman home 18 Beaver Dam Rd view 1
Cashman family home at 18 Beaver Dam Road in Scituate. This photo was found in a scrapbook that is in the possession of Jay M. Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn Robert W Cashman portrait 2
004 unkn Robert W Cashman portrait 2
A portrait of Robert W. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William Cashman with baby
004 unkn William Cashman with baby
William F. Cashman holding unidentified baby. This picture was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William Cashman with baby 2
004 unkn William Cashman with baby 2
A photo of William F. Cashman holding a baby. Found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman photo 2
004 unkn William F Cashman photo 2
Photo of William F. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman photo 3
004 unkn William F Cashman photo 3
A photo of William F. Cashman found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman photo in scrapbook
004 unkn William F Cashman photo in scrapbook
This photo of William F. Cashman was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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004 unkn William F Cashman with family dog
004 unkn William F Cashman with family dog
William F. Cashman with the family dog. This photo was found in a scrapbook in possession of Jay Cashman. 
 
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005 1891 Cashman Murphy marriage intention
005 1891 Cashman Murphy marriage intention
INTENTIONS OF MARRIAGE entered in Scituate AD 1890-91. page 148. No. 2, CLERK'S OFFICE, Scituate, the 26th day of Jan 1891. BETWEEN William Cashman of Quincy aged 31 years, by occupation a Quarryman. He was born in Hanover Mass and was the son of James & Catherine (Long). THis will be his first marriage. AND Mary Frances Murphy of Scituate aged 30 years. She was born in Scituate and was the daughter of Peter  & Bridget (Devlin). This will be her first marriage. 
 
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005 1891 William Cashman new house
005 1891 William Cashman new house
Mr. William Cashman, brother of Mr. John Cashman has his new house on Cross street completed and ready for occupancy. It is the most modern house in West Quincy and contains all the new improvements. It is lighted by electricity and heated by steam, also has set tubs and bath rooms. The house is very handsomely finished throughout. Mr. Cashman was married at Scituate, Wednesday morning, and will occupy his house after a short wedding tour. Among those present at the wedding from this place were Mr. James White, Jr., and Mr. Robert Teasdale. –Enterprise. 
 
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005 1891 William Cashman signature
005 1891 William Cashman signature
Signature clipped from Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters insurance forms. 
 
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005 1893 William Cashman injury detail
005 1893 William Cashman injury detail
Quincy Patriot - William Cashman met with a serious if not fatal accident Tuesday afternoon. He was superintending a blast which he fired and then got behind a rock to shield himself. The force of the blast threw the rock over onto him injuring his spine and arm and it is thought also injuring him internally. He was taken to his home on Cross street and Dr. Shehan summoned who pronounced his injuries of a very serious nature. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1891-Dec 1893; 20 May 1893; page 2] 
 
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005 1894 Ipswich railroad
005 1894 Ipswich railroad
William Cashman built a railroad at Ipswich in 1894. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1894-Dec 1896; 25 Aug 1894; page: 2] 
 
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005 1896 Edward L Cashman birth register Quincy
005 1896 Edward L Cashman birth register Quincy
[volume 458, year 1896, page 17/591, no. 724]: BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1896 -- No. 724, 24 May 1896, Edward Leo Cashman, male, born in Scituate, MA to William Cashman and Mary F. Murphy of 41 Cross St. Quincy, MA. Father is a contractor born in Hanover, MA. Mother was born in Scituate, MA. 
 
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005 1896 Edward L Cashman birth register Scituate
005 1896 Edward L Cashman birth register Scituate
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy MA for the Year 1896 -- No. 18, 24 May 1896, Edward Leo Cashman, male, born in Quincy to William Cashman and Mary F. Murphy. Father is a contractor born in West Scituate. Mother was born in Scituate, MA. 
 
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005 1898 W Cashman sewer bid detail
005 1898 W Cashman sewer bid detail
Quincy Patriot - William Cashman placed a bid of $18, 822 for the Quincy sewer system. [Source detail: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1897-Dec 1899; 4 Jun 1898; page 3] 
 
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005 1899 Francis A Cashman baptism record
005 1899 Francis A Cashman baptism record
Franciscus Augustine baptized 29 Jun 1899; born 26 Jun 1899; parents Gulielmus Cashman and Maria Murphy; home in West Quincy; godparents Edwardus Murphy and Sara Murphy; priest J. E. Johnstone 
 
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005 1899 Francis A Cashman death record
005 1899 Francis A Cashman death record
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Quincy for the Year 1899 – No. 387, 31 Dec 1899, Francis A. Cashman, of Quincy, male, single, died in Quincy at age 6 months 6 days from capillary bronchitis. Place of burial is Scituate, MA. He was born in Quincy. His parents are William Cashman, born in Hanover, MA and Mary F. Murphy, born in Scituate, MA. Recorded on 1 Jan 1900. 
 
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005 1899 Francis A Cashman death register
005 1899 Francis A Cashman death register
At 6 months 6 days of capillary bronchitis in Quincy, MA. 
 
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005 1899 Sewer Bid detail
005 1899 Sewer Bid detail
Quincy Patriot - William Cashman placed a bid of $15, 852.20 for 10,000 feet of sewer at Wollaston. [Source detail: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1897-Dec 1899; 20 May 1899; page 2] 
 
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005 1900 Cashman Murphy deed Scituate 44 acres
005 1900 Cashman Murphy deed Scituate 44 acres
Land sold for $1 and other valuable considerations; Sold by Mary Cashman, of Quincy. James Murphy, of Hull, Joseph Murphy, Sarah Murphy, Annie Murphy, and Edward Murphy, all of Scituate, paid by Bridget Murphy of Scituate. 1. Sale Date: Dec 30, 1884; Parcel of land in the town of Norwell (formerly South Scituate) equaling 33 and one half acres more or less; conveyed to Peter Murphy by Amos Reed. 2. Sale Date: Aprl 21, 1877; Land in Scituate equaling 7 and a half acres more or less of pasture and wood land known as "Ticknor Pasture"; conveyed to Peter Murphy by Abby T. Prouty. 3. Sale Date: Nov 2, 1868; Land in Scituate equaling 2 acres more or less of field land on Ticknor Hill; conveyed to Peter Murphy by Polly Curtis. 4. Sale Date: Nov 2, 1868; Land in Scituate equaling 2 acres on Beaver Dam Swamp; conveyed to Peter Murphy by Polly Curtis. 5. Sale Date: Sept 16, 1868; Land in Scituate; buildings on Willow and Front Street being the homestead of the late Peter Murphy; Conveyed to Peter Murphy by Gideon W. Young. 
 
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005 1900 US Census William Cashman household
005 1900 US Census William Cashman household
 
 
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005 1901 William F Cashman birth certificate
005 1901 William F Cashman birth certificate
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1901 -- No. 697, 3 Dec 1901, William Cashman, male, born in Quincy to William Cashman and Mary F. Murphy of 41 Cross St, Quincy, MA. Father is a contractor born in Hanover, MA. Mother was born in Scituate, MA. 
 
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005 1901 William Francis Cashman birth register
005 1901 William Francis Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1901 -- No. 697, 3 Dec 1901, William Cashman, male, born in Quincy to William Cashman and Mary F. Murphy. Father is a contractor born in Hanover, MA. Mother was born in Scituate, MA. 
 
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005 1903 James Cashman birth register
005 1903 James Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1903 -- No. 314, 1 Jun 1903, James Cashman, male, born to William Cashman and Mary F. Murphy of Quincy, MA. Father is a coal dealer born in Hanover, MA. Mother was born in Scituate, MA. Recorded on Jan 30, 1904. 
 
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005 1904 Contract Hyde Park
005 1904 Contract Hyde Park
Quincy Patriot - William Cashman has received the contract for building a sewer at Hyde Park. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm, reel: Jan 1903-Dec 1905; 27 Aug 1904, page 2] 
 
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005 1904 James Cashman death return
005 1904 James Cashman death return
RETURN OF A DEATH in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – No. 49, 16 Feb 1904, James Cashman of Quincy, male, white, single, died at 41 Cross Street, Quincy, Mass at age 8 months 15 days from enteritis. Contributory cause was heart failure. James was born in Quincy, Mass, to William Cashman, who was born in Hanover, Mass, and Mary F. Murphy, who was born in Scituate, Mass. Deceased was buried on 17 Feb 1904 in Scituate, Mass., by undertaker W.E. Brown of Quincy. Informant was William Cashman of Quincy, Mass. Signed by Dr. J.M. Sheahan. Filed on 16 Feb 1904 by Harrison A. Keith, Clerk. 
 
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005 1905 William Cashman ad
005 1905 William Cashman ad
William Cashman's ad in the Quincy Directory 1095. This ad reads - Telephone 57-2. William Cashman Coal and Wood And Otto Coke. Corner Furnace and Willard Streets, West Quincy, Mass. 
 
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005 1906 Cashman Murphy deed to Macauley
005 1906 Cashman Murphy deed to Macauley
Sold By: William Cashman (husband of Mary Cashman) and Emma Murphy (wife of Joseph Murphy) Sale Date: 02 May 1906. File Date: 15 May 1906. Sold for: $1 and other valuable considerations paid by George K. Macauley. Land is situated in Scituate and is the premises conveyed by deed from Bridget Murphy to George K. Macauley in 1901. (Book 813, Page 398.) 
 
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005 1907 Quincy Atlas
005 1907 Quincy Atlas
This map shows land that was owned by William Cashman (highlighted in orange. This was found in the 1907 Quincy Atlas. 
 
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005 1910 US Census William Cashman household
005 1910 US Census William Cashman household
 
 
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005 1910s William Cashman with dog
005 1910s William Cashman with dog
A photo of William Cashman sitting outdoors with his dog. Note that the middle finger of William's right hand is missing. Appoximate date of photo derived from the fact that William died in 1918 and had no missing fingers in a photo taken around 1914. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1913 William Cashman ad
005 1913 William Cashman ad
William Cashman's ad in the Quincy Directory 1913. This ad reads - William Cashman Coal, Wood, and Otto Coke. Paroid Red Rope and Granitized Roofing. Brick, Cement and Akron Pipe. Cor. Furnace Ave. and Willard St., West Quincy, Telephone Connection. 
 
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005 1914c Edward Leo Cashman headshot
005 1914c Edward Leo Cashman headshot
Edward Leo Cashman (1896-1951) [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1914c Mary F Murphy headshot
005 1914c Mary F Murphy headshot
Mary Frances Murphy Cashman (1860-1925) 
 
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005 1914c William Cashman family
005 1914c William Cashman family
This family photo shows a seated William Cashman (1859-1918) around age 55, with his wife Mary Frances Murphy (1860-1925) around age 54. His elder son, Edward Leo Cashman (1896-1951) is standing directly behind him and would have been about 18 years old at the time. His younger son, William F. Cashman (1901-1954), is standing to his left and would have been about 13 years old. Approximate date of photo derived from William Francis Cashman's estimated age of 13 years and on the style of Mary's clothes. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1914c William Francis Cashman
005 1914c William Francis Cashman
William Francis Cashman around age 13. [Photo credit: collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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005 1915 Cashman Murphy deed to town of Scituate
005 1915 Cashman Murphy deed to town of Scituate
Sale date: May 27, 1915; Sold by Joseph P. Murphy, James H. Murphy, Edward L. Murphy, William Cashman, Mary L. Cashman, William Rourke and Sara E. Rourke for consideration paid. Land sold was at Scituate Harbor at the junction of Williow and Front street. This land was previously owned by Peter Murphy by deed of Amelia M. Young. 
 
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005 1917 Edward Leo Cashman WWI draft reg
005 1917 Edward Leo Cashman WWI draft reg
Registration Location: Norfolk County, Massachusetts; Roll: 1674427; Draft Board: 0. 
 

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