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005 1918 Administrators Account
005 1918 Administrators Account
Date Signed: 24 May 1918. Date Filed: 15 Dec 1919 (Starts 24 May 1918 and ends 10 Dec 1919.) This document is the first and final Administrator's Account of Mary F. Cashman becoming the Administratrix [sic] of the estate of William Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Administrators Appointment
005 1918 Administrators Appointment
This document is the Administrator's Affidavit of Notice of Appointment for Mary F. Cashman to become the Administratrix [sic] of the estate of William Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Administrators Inventory
005 1918 Administrators Inventory
Date signed: 24 Apr 1918. Date filed: 2 Nov 1918. This document is the Administrator's Inventory for William Cashman's estate and effects. 
 
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005 1918 Leave to carry on business
005 1918 Leave to carry on business
Dated 20 May 1918. Allowed 27 June 1918. This is a petition to leave to carry on business signed by Mary F. Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Mary Cashman Administrative Bond
005 1918 Mary Cashman Administrative Bond
I, Mary F. Cashman, the within-named administratrix [sic] declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the estate and effects of the within-named deceased do not exceed in value the following-mentioned sums, viz: Real Estate $40,000 Personal Estate $18,000. Sign: Mary F. Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Mary Cashman Sureties
005 1918 Mary Cashman Sureties
To the Honorable the Judge of the Probate Court, in and for the County of Norfolk: respectfully represents Mary F. Cashman of Quincy in the County of Norfolk that William Cashman who last dwelt in Quincy in the County of Norfolk, died on the 24th day of April A.D. 1918 intestate, possessed goods and estate remaining to be administered, leaving a widow his only heirs-at-law and next-of-kin, the persons whose names, residences and relationship to the deceased are as follows, viz: Mary F. Cashman, Widow, Edward L. Cashman, son, William F. Cashman, minor son, that your petitioner is widow of the deceased above named. Wherefore your petitioner prays that she, or some other suitable person be appointed administratrix [sin] of the estate of said deceased, and certifies that the statements herein contained are true to the best of her knowledge and belief. (signed and dated) 
 
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005 1918 Mortgage of Real Estate
005 1918 Mortgage of Real Estate
This is the Mortgage Real Estate (allowed 27 Jul 1918) defining Mary F. Cashman as administratrix [sic] of William Cashman's estate in Quincy. This document defines all of the land that William Cashman owned. 
 
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005 1918 William Cashman death article
005 1918 William Cashman death article
Patriot Ledger 24 Apr, 1918 - Death Quincy Business Man. Death This Morning of William Cashman of West Quincy After Brief Illness. William Cashman, a well known West Quincy business man died this morning at his home of pneumonia following a few days illness. Mr. Cashman had but recently returned from a southern trip when he took cold. His cold developed into pneumonia. Mr. Cashman some years ago entered into the retail coal business at West Quincy, his yards being located on Furnace Brook avenue, his product being received from the mines by rail. He soon built up a large business and had a fine plant. He is survived by his widow and two sons, Edward and William, Jr. 
 
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005 1918 William Cashman death certificate
005 1918 William Cashman death certificate
STANDARD CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (1) Place of death…Quincy, Norfolk, Mass…117 Cross St, Ward 4 (2) Full name: William Cashman (a) permanent address No. 117 Cross St, Quincy (3) Date of death Apr 23, 1918 (4) I hereby certify that I attended deceased from Apr 18, 1918 to Apr 23 1918. I last saw him alive on Apr 23, 1918 and that death is said to have occurred on the date stated above, at 11 a.m. (a) Immediate cause of death was labor pneumonia [4 days between onset and death] John T. Reynolds, Quincy, MA (5) Burial: St. Mary’s Cemetery, Quincy, MA…Apr 28, 1918 (6) Funeral Director: Edward D. Barrett, Quincy (7) male (8) white (9) married (10) husband of Mary Murphy (11) Age 58 years 5 months 9 days (12) usual occupation…coal dealer (13) Birthplace: Scituate, MA (14) Father…James Cashman (15) born in Ireland (16) Mother was born in Ireland (17) Informant…Mrs. William Cashman, 117 Cross St., Quincy. 
 
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005 1918 William Cashman Forester packet
005 1918 William Cashman Forester packet
The first part of this packet is an application for membership in the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, a fraternal benefit life insurance society along with a physician's evaluation of insurability. The second part of this packet is the Mortuary Record created by the Foresters, which includes a certificate of death and a list of beneficiaries. 
 
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005 1918 William Cashman obituary
005 1918 William Cashman obituary
Patriot Ledger 24 Apr, 1918 - Death Quincy Business Man. Death This Morning of William Cashman of West Quincy After Brief Illness. William Cashman, a well known West Quincy business man died this morning at his home of pneumonia following a few days illness. Mr. Cashman had but recently returned from a southern trip when he took cold. His cold developed into pneumonia. Mr. Cashman some years ago entered into the retail coal business at West Quincy, his yards being located on Furnace Brook avenue, his product being received from the mines by rail. He soon built up a large business and had a fine plant. He is survived by his widow and two sons, Edward and William, Jr. 
 
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005 1921 Edward L Cashman Bad Fire Scare
005 1921 Edward L Cashman Bad Fire Scare
This article was published in the Quincy Patriot - Quincy Daily Ledger on 3 Sep 1921. It is about a fire that destroyed $2000 worth of hay belonging to Edward Leo Cashman. 
 
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005 1921 Edward L Cashman Bad Fire Scare detail
005 1921 Edward L Cashman Bad Fire Scare detail
QUINCY GIVEN BAD FIRE SCARE -- Cashman's Big Storehouse on Furnace Avenue Threatened When His Hay Sheds are Burned. Loss is Estimated at $2,000- A two-alarm fire threatened the Cashman storage houses and big barn off Cross street, near the Granite Branch of the New Haven railroad last night. The fire started in that part of the sheds used for the storage of hay. In the building were 20 tons of hay. A few minutes after the fire was discovered the flames were shooting upwards for 20 feet. The first alarm came from box 432 at 10:45 and 10 minutes later Chief Mead ordered a second alarm sounded. This was done to get pumping engines and more men, for Chief Mead realized that if the fire broke through the hay sheds and got into the next shed beyond there were 20,000 bags of charcoal which would have made a blaring fire. The West Quincy companies were at the first a few minutes after the alarm sounded, but the pressure from the hydrant streams was not powerful enough to cope with the burning flames. One company had come from the central station on the first alarm and the second alarm brought two more companies from that station also Engine 2 from Quincy Point, Auto Combination 2 of Wollaston and Auto Ladder 2 from Wollaston. Within a few minutes after the pumping engines got to work the flames were beaten down and the firemen were able to get inside the shed where the hay was stored. It was almost unbearably hot in there but the firemen carried lines with them and soon had the fire under control, so that all danger of the flames spreading to the adjacent buildings was gone by. The 20 tons of baled hay were pitched out into the barn yard by the firemen. In an adjoining big barn were eight horses but they were gotten out soon after the fire was discovered and at no time were they in danger. Chief Mead and his men did a good piece of work in confining the flames to the building in which it started. The sounding of the second alarm sent hundreds of automobiles in the direction of West Quincy and thousands of people in West Quincy walked to the fire. The buildings were erected several years ago by the late John Cashman. At the present time they are owned by his nephew, Edward Cashman. Mr. Cashman said he thought the damage to the buildings by fire would not go over $1500 or $2000. All of the 20 tons of hay were ruined either by fire, smoke or water. It was stated that the hay was $32 a ton, which would bring the loss on the contents of the shed up $640. After the sounding of the second alarm, the police auto patrol, equipped with pulmotors and search lights was sent to the scene of the fire by Capt, E.H. Bishop, in charge of the police headquarters at the time. Within minutes after the sounding of the second alarm all sorts of wild rumors were being circulated in City square, which caused a big exodus towards West Quincy of autos and street cars. The all-out signal was sounded at 12:20 this morning. (Source detail: Quincy Patriot - Quincy Daily Ledger, 3 Sep 1921) 
 
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005 1922 William Cashman coal and wood ad QD
005 1922 William Cashman coal and wood ad QD
William Cashman's ad in the Quincy Directory 1922. This ad reads - William Cashman & Sons, Inc. Coal, Wood and Ice. Have your coal delivered from Quincy's only modern coal pocket. Distributors of Marathon Oils and Greases. "Best in the long run" Immediate Deliveries Everywhere. Furnace Ave., Cor. Willard, West Quincy. 
 
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005 1925 Mary Murphy Funeral
005 1925 Mary Murphy Funeral
This article was published in the Daily Boston Globe on 2 Apr 1925. The section outlined in red is about Mary Frances Murphy's funeral. 
 
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005 1925 Mary Murphy Funeral detail
005 1925 Mary Murphy Funeral detail
Boston Daily Globe -- The funeral of Mrs. Mary F. Cashman, widow of William Cashman, and sister of Edward F. Murphy, formerly public works commissioner of Boston, took place this morning from her home, 117 Cross st, West Quincy. A large delegation marched in escort from the home to St. Mary's Church where mass was celebrated at 9:30. The celebrant was Rev William T. O'Connor, the pastor, assisted by Rev. Joseph E. Murphy and Rev Garrett J. Scollard. The musical part of the mass was under direction of Mrs. Mary Mckay Reardon. There were many floral remembrances. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. 
 
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005 1926 Cashman Quincy City Directory
005 1926 Cashman Quincy City Directory
page 174;  Cashman Edward L treas 45 Furnace av h 117 Cross; Cashman Mary F Mrs died Mar 31 1925; Cashman Wm F pres 45 Furnace av res 117 Cross; Cashman Wm J (Anna Z) contr 75 Russell; Cashman wm & Sons Inc Wm F Cashman pres Edward L Cashman treas coal and bldg supp 45 Furnace av 
 
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005 1942 Edward Cashman Army Enlistment
005 1942 Edward Cashman Army Enlistment
Enlistment record for Edward L. Cashman found in WWII Army Enlistment database at the National Archives. 
 
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005 1951 Edward L Cashman headstone application
005 1951 Edward L Cashman headstone application
 
 
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005 1951 Edward L Cashman obituary
005 1951 Edward L Cashman obituary
DEATHS    CASHMAN – Edward L., in Compton, Calif., May 18, son of William and Mary Cashman, late of West Quincy, in his 55th year. Survived by brother William F. of Scituate, Mass. Funeral May 22, from the Morlands Mortuary, Compton, Calif.   21-lt    Edward L. Cashman The funeral of Edward L. Cashman, 55, formerly of West Quincy, who died suddenly Friday at his home in Compton, Cal., will be held there tomorrow.    Mr. Cashman was the son of the late William, and Mary Cashman of West Quincy. He graduated from Quincy High school and served with the army during World War II. He was in the roofing business and was a member of the Quincy Elks lodge.    He is survived by a brother, William F. Cashman of Beaver Dam road, Scituate Harbor. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street address marker
005 2006c 117 Cross Street address marker
Address marker for the house at 117 Cross Street. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street garage
005 2006c 117 Cross Street garage
This is the front of the garage at 117 Cross Street. Originally, the land that it sits on belonged to John Cashman, but in 1911 he sold this narrow strip of land to his brother William, so that William could have room to build a garage. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street south side
005 2006c 117 Cross Street south side
View of the south side of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2006c 117 Cross Street southeast corner
005 2006c 117 Cross Street southeast corner
View from the southeast corner of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2011 Cashman headstone
005 2011 Cashman headstone
Status: Located; This stone, located in Saint Mary Cemetery in Quincy, MA, marks the graves of William Cashman (1859-1918), his wife Mary F. Cashman (1860-1925), William F. Cashman (1901 - 1954), Alice M. Cashman (1909 - 1980), John M. Cashman (1928-1980), Robert W. Cashman (1934-1981), John M. Cashman Jr. (1951-1951), Joseph Michael Cashman (1960-1960). [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street driveway and garage
005 2012 117 Cross Street driveway and garage
Driveway and garage at 117 Cross Street. This narrow strip of land was purchased by William Cashman from his brother John Cashman in 1911 so that William would have room to add a garage and driveway on the south side of his house. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street east side
005 2012 117 Cross Street east side
View of the east side (street side) of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 2012 117 Cross Street northeast corner
005 2012 117 Cross Street northeast corner
View showing the street sign and northeast corner of the house at 117 Cross Street in West Quincy, MA. This is the house that was built by William Cashman in 1890 and housed his family until after his and his wife's deaths in 1918 and 1925 respectively. In January of 1891 it was considered the most modern house in West Quincy because it contained all the latest improvements: electric lights, steam heat, tubs and bathrooms. Until about 1911, this address was known as 41 Cross Street. 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman headshot
005 unkn William Cashman headshot
 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman portrait
005 unkn William Cashman portrait
A portrait of William Cashman 
 
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005 unkn William Cashman portrait matted
005 unkn William Cashman portrait matted
Elmer Chickering (1857-1915) was a photographer specializing in portraits in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He kept a studio on West Street, and photographed politicians, actors, athletes and other public figures such as John Philip Sousa, Sarah Winnemucca, Edmund Breese, and the Boston Americans. Text on matte reads: "E. Chickering & Co., 21 West St., BOSTON" Text on folder front reads: "E. Chickering Co. Leading Photographers 21 West Street Boston" [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman] 
 
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006 0001 James Cashman biography
006 0001 James Cashman biography
Biographical sketch of James Cashman (1820-1879). 
 
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006 0002 James Cashman occupations
006 0002 James Cashman occupations
List of occupations reported by James Cashman on official documents from 1850 to 1879. 
 
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006 0003 James cashman employment
006 0003 James cashman employment
Summary of jobs performed by members of the Cashman family for the Town of Hanover from 1862 to 1903. 
 
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006 1800s Example of a Bark Rigged Ship
006 1800s Example of a Bark Rigged Ship
The passenger list of James and Catherine lists their sailing vessel as the "Bark Adonis" burthen 904 tons. What is a "Bark" and what does "904 burthen" mean?     The term "Bark" refers to the configuration of the sails and rigging. Common configurations of the era included Bark (or Barque), Ship, Brig and Schooner. A "Bark" rigged vessel was a three-masted vessel with the foremast and mainmast square rigged and the mizzenmast fore-and-aft rigged. It wasn't unusual for Barks to be re-rigged as Ships or vice-versa. A "Bark" rigged vessel, could sail with fewer crew members than the same vessel rigged as a "Ship." For this reason, many "Ship" rigged vessels were converted to "Barks" and will appear as both in Shipping News items and ship's lists. "Burthen" is a measurement for the inside volume of the ship.  [Source : Norway Heritage - Hands Across the Sea ] 
 
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006 1833 Lisladeen Ordnance Survey all 5 plots
006 1833 Lisladeen Ordnance Survey all 5 plots
Ordnance Survey Map from the years 1833-1846, showing all five plots in the townland of Lisladeen. Plot 1A is believed to be the last residence of James Cashman in Ireland. 
 
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006 1836 Lisladeen Plot 1 historic map
006 1836 Lisladeen Plot 1 historic map
Ordnance Survey Map showing Plot 1A which is believed to be the last residence of James Cashman in Ireland 
 
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006 1836 Lisladeen Plot 1 Ordnance Survey map
006 1836 Lisladeen Plot 1 Ordnance Survey map
Historic 6" Ordnance Survey Map of Lisladeen - Circle shows area believed to be last residence of James Cashman in Ireland. 
 
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006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
[1844 Marriage Certificate of James Cashman & Kate Long]:  Parish of Aghabullogue Diocese of Cloyne, Co. Cork  EXTRACT FROM THE MARRIAGE REGISTER  James Cashman and Kate Long were married in the Church of Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland according to the Rite of the Catholic Church, on the 3rd day of September, 1844. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. O'Mahony [Rev. Denis Mahony] 
 
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006 1844 Cashman Long marriage register
006 1844 Cashman Long marriage register
[1844] Sept. 3 | James Cashman and Kate Long | Witnesses:: Denis Long and Denis Cashman | Celebrant: C. Mahony 
 
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006 1844 Johanna Herlighy Exham Papers p2
006 1844 Johanna Herlighy Exham Papers p2
Here are the papers mentioning the widow Herlighy who lived in the civil parih of Inniscarra in the town of Lisadeen.This town is also where James Cashman lived. In the next household a Widow Johanna Herlihy is listed. These Exham papers show that Johanna Herlihy is the widow of a Corneilus Herlighy. Concidences: Herlighy is the maiden name of James Cashman's mother, Johanna.Timothy Murphy is a name that appears as a baptismal Sponsor for James Cashman's child Judith aka Julia. At this point we do not know if these Cashman, Herlighy, Murphy families are related.  Another note is on 29 April 1781 a Cors Hierlihy married a Johanna Murphy Recorded Parochial Area at ST PETER & PAUL'S, CORK.  Witness were Sheehan and Mary Farrll.  There is no way of knowing if this is the Widow Herlighy married to Corneilus either. 
 
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006 1845 Johanna Cashman baptism certificate
006 1845 Johanna Cashman baptism certificate
Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it Johanna Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 12th day of July 1845 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: John Long & Johanna Cashman Confirmed: no record  Married: no record - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P 
 
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006 1847 Judith Cashman baptism certificate
006 1847 Judith Cashman baptism certificate
Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it Judith Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 8th day of April 1847 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: Timothy Murphy & Hanora Cashman  Confirmed: no record  Married: no record  - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P 
 
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006 1849 John Cashman baptism certificate
006 1849 John Cashman baptism certificate
Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it John Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 25th day of June 1849 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: John Murphy & Catherine McCarthy  Confirmed: no record  Married: no record - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P 
 
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006 1850 Adonis Ad in Liverpool Mercury
006 1850 Adonis Ad in Liverpool Mercury
This advertisement appeared on page 4 of the Liverpool Mercury newspaper on Friday, March 15, 1850, This was just 11 days before James, Catherine, Julia and John set sail for America. Did this ad play a part in James booking passage on the Adonis? 
 
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006 1850 Adonis Sails for Boston
006 1850 Adonis Sails for Boston
[Marine Journal of the Boston Evening Transcript - "Adonis Sails for Boston"] :  Boston - Salied for - March 15, Hawthorn, from Longhope; 20th, Ocean, fm the Clyde; Marion, Queenstown; 23d, Pandora, do; 24th, Fanchon, (Having rep'd) fm Pill; 26th, Wm Gorland, Eleanor, and Escape, from Sunderland; Adonis, from Liverpool; 28th, James, do; 29th, 
 
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006 1850 Cashman Adonis passenger list
006 1850 Cashman Adonis passenger list
[Passenger List of the Bark Adonis - page 6 of 8]:  COPY of Report and List of the Passengers taken on board the Bark Adonis of Greenock whereof McMillan is Master, burthen 904 tons, bound from the Port of Liverpool for Boston.    James Cashman 30 male belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S.  Cath Cashman 25 female belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S. Infant Cashman -- belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S.  Julie Cashman 3 female belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S. 
 
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006 1850 Lisladeen House Book James plot 1
006 1850 Lisladeen House Book James plot 1
Houses in Townland of Lisladeen    No. 1 – James Cashman; House: Quality 2c+, Length 45.0, Breadth 17.0, Height 5.6, Number of Measures 76, Rate per Measure 4; Office: Quality 2c+, Length 9.6, Breadth, 17.0, Height 5.6, Number of Measures 16, Rate per Measure 2.    No. 2a – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House; Addition to Ho.; Office; Offices; Off No. 2b – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House unoccupied  No. 2c – Timothy Kelaher; House  No. 2d – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House unoccupied    No. 3a – John Murphy; House; Office; Offices  No. 3b – John Murphy; Office 
 
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006 1850 Passengers embarking at Liverpool docks
006 1850 Passengers embarking at Liverpool docks
"Steerage passengers embarking an emigrant ship at Waterloo docks, Liverpool" - The text accompanying this picture in The Illustrated London News for July 6, 1850, describes immigrants boarding a ship in Great Britain:    "The scene in the Waterloo dock, at Liverpool, where all the American sailing packets are staioned, is at all times a very busy one; but, on the morning of the departure of a large ship, with a full complement of emigrants, it is peculiarly exciting and interesting. The passengers have undergone inspection, and many of them have taken up their quarters on board for twenty-four hours previously, as they are entitled to do by terms of the act of Parliament. Many of them bring, in addtion to the boxes and trunks containing their worldly wealth, considerable quantities of provisions, although it must be confessed that the scale fixed by the Government to be supplied to them by the ship is sufficiently liberal to keep in health and comfort all among them, who, in their ordinary course of life, were not accustomed to animal food.(...)" 
 
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006 1850 The Departure Illustrated London News
006 1850 The Departure Illustrated London News
Illustration from page 2 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). "The Departure" was orginally published in the Illustrated London News. 
 
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006 1850 US Census James Cashman household
006 1850 US Census James Cashman household
[1850 US Census MA - Hanover - James Cashman household]:   In the 1850 U.S. Census, the James Cashman family resided in Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The James Cashman household included:  * James Cashman -- 30, male, laborer, value of real estate owned [blank], born Ireland, able to read & write  *   Catherine Cashman -- 30, female, born Ireland, able to read & write  *   Julia Cashman -- 5, female, born Ireland  *   John Cashman -- 2, male, born in Ireland   Year: 1850; Census Place: Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts; Roll: M432_332; Page: 104A; Image: 211. Dwelling #50 ; Family #60; lines 21-24 
 
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006 1850s Inspection and Dancing Below Deck
006 1850s Inspection and Dancing Below Deck
Drawings from Illustrated London News: "The Medical Inspection" and "Dancing Between Decks" Illustration from page 237 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). 
 
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006 1850s Searching Stowaways and The Roll Call
006 1850s Searching Stowaways and The Roll Call
Drawings from Illustrated London News: "Searching for Stowaways" and "The Roll-Call"    Illustrations from page 238 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). 
 
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006 1850s The Famine Ships Arriving in Boston
006 1850s The Famine Ships Arriving in Boston
Illustration entitled, "Arriving in Boston,"  from page 65 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). 
 
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006 1850s The Famine Ships Below Decks
006 1850s The Famine Ships Below Decks
Illustration from page 60 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). 
 
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006 1850s The Famine Ships Cooking on Deck
006 1850s The Famine Ships Cooking on Deck
Illustration entitled, "Cooking on Deck,"  from page 193 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). 
 
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006 1851 Lisladeen House Book James Xed out
006 1851 Lisladeen House Book James Xed out
Houses in Townland of Lisladeen   23    James Cashman; House: Quality 2c+, Length 45.0, Breadth 17.0, Height 5.6, Number of Measures 76, Rate per Measure 4, Amount 1£ 5s. 4d.; Cow House: Quality 2c+, Length 9.6, Breadth, 17.0, Height 5.6, Number of Measures 16, Rate per Measure 2, Amount 0£ 2s. 8d. [The preceding entry was crossed out and marked “down”.]    No. a – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House; Addition to House; Barn; Cow House & Cart Shed; Piggery  No. b – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House unoccupied  No.  – Timothy Kelaher; House [crossed out and marked ‘down’]  No.  – Wid. Johanna Herlihy; House unoccupied [crossed out and marked ‘down’]    No.  – John Murphy; House; Barn; Cow House & Stable  No.  – John Murphy; Cow House [crossed out and marked ‘down’] 
 
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006 1852 Lisladeen Griffiths Valuation page 66
006 1852 Lisladeen Griffiths Valuation page 66
Shows that James Cashman is no longer living in Lisladeen in 1852. 
 
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006 1852 Lisladeen Griffiths Valuation page 67
006 1852 Lisladeen Griffiths Valuation page 67
Shows that James Cashman is no longer living in Lisladeen in 1852. 
 
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006 1853 Adonis description Glascow Herald p8
006 1853 Adonis description Glascow Herald p8
A description of the Ship Adonis from an ad that appeared on page 8 of the Glascow Herald on 21 Mar 1853, three years after James Cashman and family sailed on it to America.    The Ship Adonis is described as "a splendid first-class fast-sailing Ship, belonging to the largest class of Packet Ships, with immense height between decks, great breadth, well lighted and well ventilated." 
 
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006 1853 James Cashman Declaration of Intent
006 1853 James Cashman Declaration of Intent
United States of America. To the Honorable the Judges of the Circuit Court of the United States, begun and holden at Boston, within and for the District of Massachusetts. Respectfully represents JAMES CASHMAN of WEST SCITUATE in said District, LABORER, an alien and a free white person, that he was born in DONOUGHMORE IN THE COUNTY OF CORK, IRELAND on or about the SECOND day of FEBRUARY in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and TWENTY and is now about THIRTY THREE years of age; that he arrived at BOSTON in the District of MASSACHUSETTS in the United States of America, on or about the FIFTEENTH day of MAY in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and FIFTY; that it then was, and still is, his bona fide intention to become a citizen of the United States of America, and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to every Foreign Prince, State, Potentate, and Sovereignty whatsoever - more especially to Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, whose subject he has heretofore been. He therefore prays, that this his Declaration and Intention may become a record of this Honorable Court, agreeably to the laws in such case made and provided. [signed] James Cashman
Massachusetts District, to wit: United States Circuit Court, Nov 19 1853. Then the above named petitioner personally appeared before the Clerk of said Court, and made oath to the truth of the facts as set forth in the above Declaration to the Court by him subscribed. Attest. R. W. Fuller, Clerk. 
 
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006 1854 Catharine Cashman baptism St Mary
006 1854 Catharine Cashman baptism St Mary
[From the baptismal register of St Mary in Randolph]: Catharine Cashman; baptized 21 May 1854; one week old; parents James Cashman and Catharine Long; godparents Denis Healy and Hanna Cashman; priest J. O'Sullivan 
 
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006 1854 Catherine Cashman birth register
006 1854 Catherine Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of South Scituate for the Year 1854 -- No. 11, 20 Apr 1854, Catherine Cashman, female, born in South Scituate to James Cashman and Catherine Long of South Scituate. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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006 1855 Barry Cushman deed Hanover bk273 p210
006 1855 Barry Cushman deed Hanover bk273 p210
PLYMOUTH COUNTY REGSITRY OF DEEDS BOOK 273 PAGE 210 --- Sale date: 25 Sep 1855; Filing date: 26 Apr 1856; Sold by John Stetson Barry, clerk, (and wife, Louisa Barry) of Hanover to James Cushman, laborer, of South Scituate for $120. Two and a quarter acres and six rods (2.2875 acres) of land on Walnut Street in Hanover which was previously owned by Thomas Simmons of Hanover and sold to John Stetson Barry (see book 217, folio 149). 
 
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006 1855 Barry Cushman plan Hanover bk273 p210
006 1855 Barry Cushman plan Hanover bk273 p210
Plan of land on south side of Walnut Street in Hanover sold by J. S. Barry to James Cashman in Sept. 1855. 
 
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006 1855 Cashman property in Assinippi Village
006 1855 Cashman property in Assinippi Village
Highlighted 1855 map depicting the location and extent of James Cashman's land holdings on the south side of Walnut Street in the Village of Assinippi after the 1855 acquisition of 2.2875 acres from J. S. Barry. 
 
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006 1855 Jacobs Cashman deed S Scituate bk273 p209
006 1855 Jacobs Cashman deed S Scituate bk273 p209
PLYMOUTH COUNTY REGISTRY OF DEEDS book 273 page 209 --- Sale date: 30 Oct 1855; Filing date: 26 Apr 1856; Sold by Edward Jacobs (and wife, Adeline Jacobs) of South Scituate to James Cashman of South Scituate for $275. Three acres and twelve rods (3.075 acres) of field land in South Scituate which was previously owned by Anson Robbins and sold to Edward Jacobs on 25 Oct 1845 ( see book 218, folio 245-246 ). 
 
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006 1855 James Cashman Land Report
006 1855 James Cashman Land Report
This research report, authored by Pamela Bowers-Basso of the Norwell Historical Society, gives an overview of the first two properties purchased by James Cashman. The deeds date from 1855 and refer to property in the present day towns of Hanover and Norwell. The report includes photos of the sites as they were in 2004. 
 
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006 1855 MA Census James Cashman household
006 1855 MA Census James Cashman household
[1855 MA State Census - South Scituate - James Cashman household]: In the1855 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in what was then the town of South Scituate. In 1857, this part of South Scituate became a part of Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The Cashman household included:  *   James Cashman -- age 35, male, Laborer, born MA[sic]  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 32, female, born Ireland  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 10, female, born Ireland  *   Julia Cashman -- age 8, female, born Ireland  * Catharine Cashman -- age 1, female, born MA  *   John Cashman -- age 6, male, born Ireland  *   Dennis Cashman -- age 4, male, born Hanover, MA  *   Timothy Cashman -- age 24, male, Laborer, born Ireland  *   Thomas Marshall -- age 28, male, Laborer, born Ireland  *   James O'Neal -- age 25, male, Laborer, born Ireland 
 
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006 1856 James Cashman naturalization index
006 1856 James Cashman naturalization index
 
 
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006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p1 of 3
006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p1 of 3
[1856 James Cashman Naturalization Papers page 1/3]: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Suffolk, SS. To the Honorable the Justices of the Superior Court of the County of Suffolk, of the Term thereof, begun and holden at Boston, in and for the County of Suffolk, on the first Tuesday of SEPTEMBER A. D., one thousand eight hundred and fifty-SIX. Respectfully represents JAMES CASHMAN of SCITUATE in the County of PLYMOUTH LABORER, a free white person, that he was born at PLUCKANES, in the County of CORK, in IRELAND, on or about the SECOND day of FEBRUARY A. D., eighteen hundred and TWENTY, being now about THIRTY-SIX years of age; that he arrived at BOSTON, in the United States of America, on or about the FIFTEENTH day of MAY A.D., eighteen hundred and FIFTY and that it then was and still is his bona fide intention to become a citizen of the United States, and to renounce all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign Prince, Potentate, State, and Sovereignty whatever, especially and in particular to VICTORIA, QUEEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND, whose subject he has hertofore been; all which appears by the record of the CIRCUIT COURT of the UNITED STATES MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT ON THE NINETEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER A.D. 1853 and he now produces to the clerk here, his report of himself. He also represents that ever since his arrival at said BOSTON he has continued to risde within the jurisdiction of the United States, to wit, at SCITUATE & HANOVER, and that he has never borne any hereditary title, nor been of any of orders of nobility; where-fore your petitioner prays that he may be admitted to become a citizen of the United States of America, according to the form of the Statues in such case made and provided. [signed] James Cashman 
 
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006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p2 of 3
006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p2 of 3
[1856 James Cashman Naturalization Papers page 2/3]: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Suffolk, SS. In the Superior Court of the County of Suffolk, of the SEPTEMBER Term, held in Boston, A.D., 1856. We EBENEZER BLANCHARD of HANOVER in the county of PLYMOUTH, TRADER, and EDWIN ROSE, of HANOVER in the County of PLYMOUTH, TANNER, and both citizens of the United States, severally depose and say, that we have known James Cashman the foregoing petitioner for FIVE years last past, during which time he has resided in said SCITUATE & HANOVER and has conducted himself and behaved as a man of good moral character, attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States, and wll disposed toward the good order and happiness of the same. Suffolk, SS. Boston, OCT. 24TH 1856 Sworn to before me Jos. Willard [signed] Eben. Blanchard and Edwin Rose    I JAMES CASHMAN do solemnly swear that I do absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatever, particularly to VICTORIA QUEEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND, whose subject I have hertofore been; and I do declare that I will support the Constitution of the United States of America. So help me God. [signed] James Cashman; Suffolk, SS. Superior Court of the County of Suffolk, SEPTEMBER Term, OCTOBER 24TH A.D. 1856. Sworn to in Court, Attest, JOSEPH WILLARD, Clerk 
 
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006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p3 of 3
006 1856 James Cashman naturalization p3 of 3
[1856 James Cashman Naturalization Papers page 3/3]: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Suffolk, SS. In the Superior Court of the County of Suffolk, of the term thereof begun and holden at Boston, in and for the County of Suffolk, on the first Tuesday of SEPTEMBER A.D. 1856, to wit, on the TWENTY-FOURTH day of OCTOBER Term, 
 
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006 1856 James T Cashman birth register
006 1856 James T Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of South Scituate for the Year 1856 – No 21, 14 May 1856, James T. Cashman, male, born in South Scituate to James Cashman and Catherine Long of South Scituate. Father is a brickmaker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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006 1856 James T Cashman Xed Out birth register
006 1856 James T Cashman Xed Out birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover, County of Plymouth for the Year 1858 – No. 39, 14 May 1856, James Timothy Cashman, male, born in Scituate to James Cashman and Catherine Long of Hanover, MA. Father is a brickmaker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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006 1856 James Timothy Cashman baptism register
006 1856 James Timothy Cashman baptism register
page 166
July 6th, 1856
Cashman #207
Jas Timothy born 27 May of Jas Cashman + Catherine King[sic]
Sponsor Timothy Cashman + Margaret Hurly 
 
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006 1858 Mary P Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
006 1858 Mary P Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
[From the baptismal register of St Mary in Randolph]: April 3rd - Mary Briscilla[sic] - born 2nd of James Cashman and Catherine Leang[sic], Sponsors Thomas Condon and Mary Cashman - J. O'Sullivan 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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006 1858c Cashman family portrait
006 1858c Cashman family portrait
This is a tintype copy of an older ambrotype taken circa 1858. It is believed to be an image of James Cashman, his wife, Catherine Long, and their first seven children. This image was sent to Maureen Taylor, a nationally-known photo historian, for analysis and she said that it looks like it was taken in the 1858-1860 time frame because of the very wide collars that everyone is wearing and the style of the clothing of the women and children. In 1858, James Cashman and Catherine Long had seven children:  Joanna, Julia, John, Dennis, Catherine, James Timothy and Mary Priscilla. Three more children would be born later: William in 1859, Ellen in 1862, and Luke J. in 1866.
From left to right, the children in the photo would be...John Cashman (approx. 9 yrs old), Johanna Cashman (approx. 13 yrs old), James Timothy Cashman (approx. 2 yrs old), baby, Mary Priscilla Cashman (approx. 8 mos old), Dennis J. Cashman (approx. 7 yrs old), Catherine Cashman (approx. 4 yrs old), and Julia Cashman (approx. 11 yrs old). In the center of the photo there are three adults. The imposing man with the suit and tie could only be James Cashman. The woman to the right of center must be his wife Catherine Long. Due to the striking resemblance of the two adult women, Maureen Taylor was of the opinion that they were closely related, probably mother and daughter, as they have the same face shape, eyes, nose and mouth.

It was common during this time period to pose a family matriarch in the center of the photo, a place of honor. It is possible that Catherine’s mother, Julia Long, may have come for a visit and gone back to Ireland at a later date. According to Maureen, this was not unheard of in the mid-1850s, but definitely a big enough deal that you might want to have a photo taken to commemorate the occasion.
It is believed that the three adults in the center of the photo are James Cashman - family patriarch (age 38), Julia McNamara Long (Catherine's visiting mother), Catherine Long Cashman (age 34).

[Photo credit: Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Catherine Cashman headshot
006 1858c Catherine Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Catherine would have been about 4 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Dennis J Cashman headshot
006 1858c Dennis J Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Dennis would have been about 7 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c James Cashman headshot
006 1858c James Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c James Timothy Cashman headshot
006 1858c James Timothy Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. James Timothy would have been about 2 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Johanna Cashman headshot
006 1858c Johanna Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c John Cashman circa 1858
006 1858c John Cashman circa 1858
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. John would have been about 9 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Julia Cashman headshot
006 1858c Julia Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Julia would have been about 11 years old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1858c Mary Priscilla Cashman headshot
006 1858c Mary Priscilla Cashman headshot
Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. Mary Priscilla would have been about 8 months old when this photograph was taken. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick] 
 
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006 1859 Turner Cashman deed S Scituate 2 acres
006 1859 Turner Cashman deed S Scituate 2 acres
Sale date: 14 Nov 1859; Filing date: 22 Mar 1871; Sold by Job A. Turner (and wife, Vesta H. Turner) of Boston to James Cashman of Hanover for $32. Two and one half acres of swamp land in South Scitutate in the Southwesterly part of town in a lot called Old Pond Swamp; which was previously owned by Albion Turner, deceased. 
 
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006 1859 William Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
006 1859 William Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
[From the baptismal register of St Mary in Randolph]: November 20th - William J born 4th of James Coleman[sic] and Catherine Long - Sponsors Jeremiah Mc[can't read] + Margaret Scully - J. O'Sullivan 
 
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006 1859 William Cashman birth register
006 1859 William Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover, County of Plymouth for the Year 1859 – No. 37, 4 Nov 1859, William Cashman, male, born in Hanover to James Cashman and Catherine Long of Hanover. Father is a shoemaker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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006 1862 Ellen Caroline Cashman birth register
006 1862 Ellen Caroline Cashman birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover County of Plymouth for the Year 1862 – No. 11, 9 Apr 1862, Ellen Caroline Cashman, female, born in Hanover to James Cashman and Catherine Long of Hanover. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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006 1862 Hanover Annual Report
006 1862 Hanover Annual Report
[Hanover Annual Report for Year Ending Feb 1 1863]: The Town of Hanover paid James Cashman $5.25 for ex. labor on highway as Surveyor. 
 
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006 1863 Clapp Cashman deed S Scituate 4 acres
006 1863 Clapp Cashman deed S Scituate 4 acres
Sale date: 10 Jan 1863; Filing date: 22 Mar 1871; Sold by Perez Simmons, Administrator of the Estate of Elijah Clapp, deceased, of South Scituate to James Cashman of Hanover for $366.17. Four acres and152 rods (4.95 acres) of swamp land in Old Pond in South Sciutate. Sold at auction. 
 
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006 1863 Henderson Cashman deed Hanover 4 acres
006 1863 Henderson Cashman deed Hanover 4 acres
Sale date: 29 Dec 1863; Filing date: 22 Mar 1871; Sold by Barnabas F. Loring of Boston and Perez Simmons of Hanover, Assignees of the Estate of Lloyd G. Henderson of Hanover to James Cashman of Hanover for $336. Four acres more or less on Walnut Street in Hanover which was previously owned by Edward Stowell. Property was sold at public auction due to insolvency of Lloyd G. Henderson and James Cashman was the highest bidder. 
 
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006 1865 MA Census James Cashman household
006 1865 MA Census James Cashman household
[1865 MA State Census - Hanover - James Cashman household]:   In the 1865 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in the town of Hanover. The Cashman household included:  *   James Cashman -- age 40, male, IRE, married, Laborer  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 42, female, IRE, married, Housekeeper  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 20, female, IRE, single, Housework  *   John Cashman -- age16, male, IRE, single   *   Dennis J. Cashman -- age 13, male, MA, single *   Katy A. Cashman -- age 11, female, MA, single  *   James T. Cashman -- age 9, male, MA, single  *   William E. -- age 5, male, MA, single  *   Ellen C. -- age 3, female, MA, single  In same dwelling: *   Noah J. Stoddard -- age 37, male, MA, maried, Shoemaker  *   Susan M. Stoddard -- age 25, female, MA, married, Housekeeper  *   James A. Stoddard -- age 4, male, MA, single  *   Henrietta M. Stoddard -- age 1, female, MA, single 
 
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006 1865 Mary P Cashman death register
006 1865 Mary P Cashman death register
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover for the Year 1865 – No. 10, 27 Jan 1865, Mary P. Cashman of Hanover, female, single, died in Hanover at age 6 from Scarlet fever. She was born in Hanover. Her father, James Cashman was born in Ireland. 
 
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006 1866 Killam Cashman deed Hanover 12 acres
006 1866 Killam Cashman deed Hanover 12 acres
Sale date: 13 Oct 1866; Filing date: 22 Mar 1871; Sold by Robert W. Killam of Hanover, guardian of Robert S. Killam of Hanover, an insance person, to James Cashman of Hanover for $366.25. Twelve acres and 32 and two-fifts rods of upland and swampland in Hanover which was previously owned by H. Stoddard and sold on 19 Jan 1835 to Robert S. Killam. Property was sold at public auction by an order of the Court of Probate. James Cashman was the highest bidder. 
 
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006 1866 Luke Cashman baptism register
006 1866 Luke Cashman baptism register
Weymouth Baptismal Record 1866
August 6th - Luke born 5th[sic] of James Cashman & Catherine Long
Sps. John & Annie Spence
J. Hannigan 
 

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