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007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
Pluckanes, Thos. G. French, Esq.; No. 406  John and Denis Cashman; 56 acres, 2 roods, 0 perches; Rate per Acre: 10 p; Amt of value: 28 pounds, 5 shillings, 0 pence 
 
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007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
The Valuation and tithe composition of Donoghmore Parish Diocese of Cloyne, Revd. Thomas Kenny, Rector, Revd. William R. Townsend and WIlliam Crooke, Commissioners; Amount of composition 1100.0.0 pounds per Annum commencing Nov. the first, 1826 
 
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007 1828 Cornelius Cashman baptism record
007 1828 Cornelius Cashman baptism record
Name: Cornelius Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 20-Apr-1828; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Johanna Keliher 
 
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007 1830 Timothy Cashman baptism record
007 1830 Timothy Cashman baptism record
Name: Timothy Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 23-Nov-1830; Address:Plucanes; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Hierlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Johanna Connor; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: John Connor 
 
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007 1833 John Cashman baptism record
007 1833 John Cashman baptism record
Name: John Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 30-Aug-1833; Address:Placanes; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Hearlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Mary Cashman 
 
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007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
This wedding dance scene, painted circa 1848, shows how the rural Irish would have dressed and celebrated around the time that James and Catherine were wed. [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 148] 
 
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007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book abstract
007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book abstract
 
 
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007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 L
007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 L
 
 
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007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 R
007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 R
 
 
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007 1850 Denis Cashman Bunkilla House Book
007 1850 Denis Cashman Bunkilla House Book
 
 
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007 1850 Denis Cashman in Bunkilla housebook
007 1850 Denis Cashman in Bunkilla housebook
 
 
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007 1853 Ocean Wave from Liverpool passenger list
007 1853 Ocean Wave from Liverpool passenger list
COPY OF REPORT AND LIST OF THE PASSENGERS taken on board the Ship Ocean Wave -- page 2; line 35: Timo Cushman, age 27, male, uns lab, from Ireland to USA; line: 36 Hannah Cushman, age 7, female, uns lab, from Ireland to USA 
 
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007 1857 Timothy Cashman death register
007 1857 Timothy Cashman death register
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of South Scituate for the Year 1857 – No. 13, 6 Jul 1857, Timothy Cashman of Scituate, male, single, died in South Scituate at age 26 from Fits. He was born in Ireland and his occupation was a laborer. 
 
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007 1857 Timothy Cashman death register v2
007 1857 Timothy Cashman death register v2
 
 
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007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
Even the poorest homes in rural Ireland had aesthetic value for those who lived in them. This painting from 1875 shows how people too poor to afford a dresser might stand their few plates on edge on wall shelves for decorative effect. If Denis was not a "strong farmer" perhaps the interior of his home looked more like this.  [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page ] 
 
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007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
This painting from 1880 depicts a "strong farmer" sitting on a bench outside his landlord's office waiting to pay the rent. While there are varying definitions, one source says that a "strong farmer" was one who leased 30 acres or more. In that case, even if Denis and John Cashman were co-tenants, Denis would probably have been considered a "strong farmer." - Sarah Evans [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 154] 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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007 2011 Timothy Cashman headstone
007 2011 Timothy Cashman headstone
Status: Located; Timothy Cashman is buried in the Cashman family plot in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Rockland, MA, with the family of his brother James. His inscription reads: TIMOTHY CASHMAN, | DIED JULY 6, 1857, | AGED 26 YRS. 
 
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007 2011 Timothy Cashman inscription detail
007 2011 Timothy Cashman inscription detail
Status: Located; Timothy Cashman is buried in the Cashman family plot in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Rockland, MA, with the family of his brother James. His inscription reads: TIMOTHY CASHMAN, | DIED JULY 6, 1857, | AGED 26 YRS. 
 
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007 2012 Everyday Life of Denis Cashman and Family
007 2012 Everyday Life of Denis Cashman and Family
A look at what life in Ireland might have been like for the family of Denis Cashman and Joanna Herlighy. - S. Evans 
 
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007 unkn Bunkilla Donaghmore Cork IRL
007 unkn Bunkilla Donaghmore Cork IRL
 
 
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007 unkn Denis Cashman description of lots
007 unkn Denis Cashman description of lots
 
 
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008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism
008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism
 
 
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008 1825 Jeremiah Long baptism certificate
008 1825 Jeremiah Long baptism certificate
Jeremiah Long, son of John Long and Julia McNamara, was baptized 21 Aug 1825 in the Roman Catholic Parish of Coachford in Co. Cork, Only one godparent's name was listed...Timothy Buckley. His mother's pet name was listed as Judy. 
 
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008 1831 Michael Long baptism certificate
008 1831 Michael Long baptism certificate
Michael Long, son of John Long and Julia McNamara, was baptized 31 Oct 1831 in the Roman Catholic Parish of Coachford in Co. Cork, Ireland. The address is given as Cnucporp. The godparents are listed as John Cronin and Honora Buckly. 
 
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009 1859 Murphy Devlin marriage intention
009 1859 Murphy Devlin marriage intention
INTENTIONS OF MARRIAGE entered in Scituate in 1859-60 --- No. 18 CLERK'S OFFICE, Scituate, the 15th day of October 1859 between Peter Murphy of Scituate aged 33 years, by occupation a Laborer. He was born in Co. Waterford, Ireland and was the son of John and Mary Murphy. This will be his first marriage. AND Bridget Devlin of Scituate aged 25 years. She was born in Ireland and was the daughter of James. This will be her first marriage. 
 
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009 1859 Peter Murphy Naturalization
009 1859 Peter Murphy Naturalization
 
 
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009 1860 Mary F Murphy birth register 2
009 1860 Mary F Murphy birth register 2
 
 
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009 1860 Mary Murphy birth register
009 1860 Mary Murphy birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year 1860 – No. 34, 18 Jul 1860, Mary Murphy, female, born in Scituate to Peter Murphy and Bridget Murphy of Scituate. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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009 1860 US Census Peter Murphy household
009 1860 US Census Peter Murphy household
 
 
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009 1862 Sarah Ellen Murphy birth register
009 1862 Sarah Ellen Murphy birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year 1862 – No. 20, 3 Apr 1862, Sarah Ellen Murphy, female, born in Scituate to Peter Murphy and Bridget Devlin of Scituate. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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009 1864 Joseph Murphy birth register
009 1864 Joseph Murphy birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year of 1864 – No. 9, 18 Jan 1864, Joseph Peter Murphy, male, born in Scituate to Peter Murphy and Bridget Devlin of Scituate. Father is a moss gatherer born inIreland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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009 1866 James Henry Murphy birth register
009 1866 James Henry Murphy birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year 1866 – No. 41, 16 Oct, 1866, James Henry Murphy, male, born in Scituate to Peter Murphy and Bridget Devlin of Scituate. Father is a Mosser born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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009 1870 US Census Peter Murphy household
009 1870 US Census Peter Murphy household
 
 
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009 1880 US Census Peter Murphy household p1
009 1880 US Census Peter Murphy household p1
Year: 1880; Census Place: Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts; Roll: 550; Family History Film: 1254550; Page: 6D; Enumeration District: 551; Image: 0318. 
 
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009 1880 US Census Peter Murphy household p2
009 1880 US Census Peter Murphy household p2
Year: 1880; Census Place: Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts; Roll: 550; Family History Film: 1254550; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 551; Image: 0319. 
 
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009 1892 Edward Eugene Murphy baptism record
009 1892 Edward Eugene Murphy baptism record
Edward Eugene Murphy; baptized 13 Nov 1892; born 24 Oct 1892; parents James H. Murphy of Scituate and Katherine Murphy of Scituate; godparents Edward F. Murphy and Sara E. Murphy; priest J. P. Egan 
 
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009 1898 Peter Murphy death register
009 1898 Peter Murphy death register
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year 1898 – No. 24, 2 Mar 1898, Peter Murphy of Scituate, male, married, died in Scituate at age 73 from Phthisis. Place of burial is Scituate. He was born in Ireland and his occupation was a moss buyer. His parents, John Murphy and Mary O’Brien were both born in Ireland. Recorded on Jan 6, 1899. 
 
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009 1900 US Census Bridget Murphy household
009 1900 US Census Bridget Murphy household
 
 
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009 1905 Bridget Devlin Murphy return of a death
009 1905 Bridget Devlin Murphy return of a death
RETURN OF A DEATH in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – No. 21, 6 Mar 1905, Bridget Murphy of Quincy, female, white, widow, died at 41 Cross street, Quincy, Mass at age 71 years 10 months from diseased bones of foot. Contributory cause was senility. Bridget was born in Ireland to James Devlin, who was born in Ireland, and Margaret Numan, who was born in Ireland. Deceased was buried on 9 Mar 1905 in Quincy, Mass, by undertaker Mrs. William Cashman of Quincy, Mass. Signed by Dr. John H. Ash. Filed on 12 Apr 1905 by Jelson Wade, Town Clerk. 
 
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009 2012 Murphy headstone E side detail
009 2012 Murphy headstone E side detail
Status: Located; Old Saint Mary Cemetery, Scituate, MA --- Detailed view of the East side of the Peter Murphy family monument which bears the inscription: PETER MURPHY, BORN JUNE 25 1824, DIED MAR. 3, 1898. BRIDGET DEVLIN MURPHY, BORN MAY 16, 1833, DIED MAR. 6, 1905. Peter Murphy and Bridget Devlin Murphy were husband and wife. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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009 2012 Murphy headstone S side detail
009 2012 Murphy headstone S side detail
Status: Located; Old Saint Mary Cemetery, Scituate, MA --- Detailed view of the South side of the Peter Murphy family monument which bears the inscription: ANNIE E. MURPHY 1875-1904. Anna E. Murphy was the daughter of Patrick Murphy and Bridget Devlin. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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009 2012 Relative position of two Murphy headstones
009 2012 Relative position of two Murphy headstones
Status: Located; Old Saint Mary Cemetery, Scituate, MA --- This photo shows the relative positions of the headstones of brothers Patrick and Peter Murphy. Patrick's family is buried beneath the stone on the left and Peter's family is buried beneath the stone on the right. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein] 
 
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009 unkn Murphy headstone
009 unkn Murphy headstone
Status: Located; This stone, located in Old Saint Mary Cemetery in Scituate, MA, marks the graves of Peter Murphy (1824-1898), Bridget Devlin (1833-1905) and Annie E. Murphy (1875-1904). 
 
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009 unkn Parcel 8
009 unkn Parcel 8
 
 
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010 1849 Murphy passenger list
010 1849 Murphy passenger list
 
 
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010 1849 Murphy passenger list
010 1849 Murphy passenger list
Schr. Harriet & Jane of Youghal whereof M. W. Shuhan is Master, burthen 109 tons, bound from the Port of Youghal for Boston;   John Murphy, age 60, male, belonging to Ireland, intending habitation in United States 
 
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010 1850 US Census John Murphy household
010 1850 US Census John Murphy household
 
 
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010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File original
010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File original
Original handwritten Civil War pension file of John Murphy Jr. provided by Diane Kliebert. 
 
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010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File original
010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File original
This PDF file contains a transciption of the handwritten documents that make up John Murphy's Civil War Pension File from the National Archives. The first document is dated 7 Oct 1878 and the last document is dated 5 Jul 1898. 
 
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010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File transcription
010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File transcription
Transcription of John Murphy Jr.'s handwritten Civil War pension file. This transcription was obtained from and is belived to have been transcribed by Diane Kliebert. 
 
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010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File transcription
010 1878 John Murphy Civil War Pension File transcription
This PDF file contains photocopies of the original documents in John Murphy's Civil War Pension File at the National Archives. The first document is dated 7 Oct 1878 and the last document is dated 5 Jul 1898. 
 
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010 1897 John Murphy death register
010 1897 John Murphy death register
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Scituate for the Year 1897 – No. 47, 3 Dec 1897, John Murphy of Scituate, male, widowed, died in Scituate at age 80 from old age. Place of burial is Scituate. He was born in Ireland and his occupation was a laborer. His parents, John Murphy and Mary O’Brien were both born in Ireland. Recorded on Jan 1 1898. 
 
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011 1864 Walter Field birth register
011 1864 Walter Field birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Weymouth for Year 1863 – No. 18, 14 Dec 1864, Walter S. Field, male, born in Weymouth to John A. Field and Sarah Devlin of Weymouth. Father is a bootmaker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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011 1869 Sarah Field birth register
011 1869 Sarah Field birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Weymouth for the Year 1869 – No. 222, 6 Nov, 1869, Sarah Frances Field, female, born in Weymouth to John Field and Sarah Devlin of Weymouth. Father is a bootmaker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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011 1871 Edward Marshall Field birth register
011 1871 Edward Marshall Field birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Weymouth for Year 1871 – No. 190, 4 Oct 1871, Edward Marshall Field, male, born in Weymouth to John Field and Sarah Devlin of Weymouth. Father is a boot maker born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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011 1878 Edward Marshall Field death register
011 1878 Edward Marshall Field death register
DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Weymouth for the Year 1878 – No. 27, 10 Dec 1878, Edward Marshall Field of Weymouth, male, single, died in Weymouth at age 7 years 2 months and 6 days from Diphtheria. He was born in Weymouth. His parents, John A. Field and Sarah Devlin were both born in Ireland. 
 
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012 1895 Shea Nelligan marriage register
012 1895 Shea Nelligan marriage register
MARRIAGES REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1895 – No. 85, Michael E. Shea and Nellie L. Nelligan married in Weymouth, Mass., on 26 Jun 1896. It was the first marriage for both. At the time of the marriage the groom resided in Quincy, was 27 years old, a contractor, and listed his birthplace as Quincy. He gave his parents names as William and Margaret. The bride resided in Weymouth, Mass., was 25 years old, at home, and listed her birthplace as Weymouth, Mass. She gave her parents names as John and Catherine. The couple was joined in marriage by John J. Murphy, clergyman, Weymouth. Recorded on 28 Jun 1895, Harrison A. Keith, City Clerk. 
 
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012 1895 Shea Nelligan wedding item Weymouth Gazette
012 1895 Shea Nelligan wedding item Weymouth Gazette
This news item, covering the wedding of Michael Shea and Ellen Louis Nelligan, appeared in the "Weymouth Locals" column of the Weymouth Gazette on Friday, June 28,1895. (Source detail: Weymouth Gazette, Weymouth & Braintree Publishing Co., Weymouth, Massachusetts, Internet Archive, Friday, June 28, 1895, page 3, column 5, "Weymouth Locals") 
 
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012 1897 Catherine M Shea birth register
012 1897 Catherine M Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1876 – No. 358, 8 Jul 1896, Catherine Margaret Shea, female, born in Quincy to Michael E. Shea and Nellie Nelligan of 10 Common street, Quincy. Father is a stonecutter born in Quincy. Mother was born in Weymouth. Recorded 30 Jan 1897. 
 
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012 1897 Quincy Sewer Work detail
012 1897 Quincy Sewer Work detail
Quincy Patriot - Michael Shea employed some forty men on a sewer project in Quincy. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1897-Dec 1899; 12 Jun 1897; page: 2] 
 
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012 1898 Helen Louise Shea birth register
012 1898 Helen Louise Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1898 – No. 312, 8 Jun 1898, Helen Louise Shea, female, born in Quincy to Michael E. Shea and Nellie Nelligan of 10 Common street, Quincy. Father is a foreman born in Quincy. Mother was born in Weymouth, Mass. Recorded on Jun 31, 1898. 
 
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012 1899 Fire on Bunker Hill
012 1899 Fire on Bunker Hill
Quincy Patriot - The alarm from Box 49, at 1:32 o'clock Sunday morning, was for a fire in an unoccupied house on Bunker Hill avenue owned by Michael Shea. The house was situated in the woods, some way from the street, and the fire was well under way when the department arrived. The nearest hydrant was over 1000 feet away and as it was impossible to drive a hose wagon anywhere near the fire considerable unavoidable delay was experienced in getting water onto the burning building. The only way it was possible to get water to the building was by pulling the hose off the wagon and then dragging it through the woods to the scene of action. Then the building was thoroughly soaked. The loss was $200. The cause was undoubtedly incendiary.

Sunday night at 8:40 another alarm was sounded from Box 49 and it proved to be for a fire in the same house. At this fire a line of hose was laid from a hydrant on Willard street and nearly 2000 feet was required to reach the building. The fire caused an additional loss of about $50.
[Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1897-Dec 1899; 9 Sep 1899; page: 3, "Several Fire Alarms"] 
 
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012 1900 Marjorie Shea birth register
012 1900 Marjorie Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1900 – No. 686, 28 Nov 1900, Marjorie Shea, female, born in Quincy to Michael E. Shea and Nellie Nelligan of Quincy. Father is a foreman born in Quincy, Mass. Mother was born in Weymouth, Mass. Recorded on Jan 31, 1900. 
 
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012 1900 US Census Micahel E Shea household
012 1900 US Census Micahel E Shea household
 
 
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012 1906 Anna Shea birth register
012 1906 Anna Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1906 -- No. 268, 14 Apr 1906, Anna Shea, female, born in Quincy to Michael E. Shea and Nellie Nelligan of 10 Common st., Quincy. Father is a contractor born in Quincy. Mother was born in Weymouth, Mass. Recorded on Jan 31, 1907. 
 
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012 1909 Alice Mary Shea birth register
012 1909 Alice Mary Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1909 – No. 117, 18 Feb, 1909, Alice Mary Shea, female, born in Quincy to Michael E. Shea and Nellie Nelligan of 10 Common street, Quincy. Father is a foreman born in Quincy. Mother was born in Weymouth, Mass. Recorded on Jan 31, 1910. 
 
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012 1910 Michael E Shea signature
012 1910 Michael E Shea signature
Signature clipped from Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters insurance forms. 
 
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012 1920 US Census Michael E Shea household
012 1920 US Census Michael E Shea household
Year: 1920; Census Place: Quincy Ward 4, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_724; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 245; Image: . 
 
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012 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side B
012 1920s La Tropical Brewery Havana Cuba side B
Text reads:  Tarjeta Postal - TROPICAL GARDEN - Habana - Don't Ask For Beer - ASK FOR TROPICAL. [Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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012 1920s Michael and Nellie in Panama corrected
012 1920s Michael and Nellie in Panama corrected
This photo was taken at the beer garden of the La Tropical brewery (Cerveceria La Tropical) in Havana, Cuba. From Tropical Brewery postcard: "Owned by the Tropical Beer Co. it is a paradise of beautiful flowers and exotic plants. This beauty spot is visited by thousands of tourists. Free beer is given to all visitors." From "Cuba and It's Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo, Volume 1" by Ned Sublette:  "These social clubs also had picniclike festivities , complete with the music of their homeland as well as habaneras and danzones, at the sumptuous new gardens opened by the La Tropical brewery. Cerveza Tropical was Cuba's first domestic brand of beer, brewed since 1891. The vast Jardines de la Tropical complex on the Rio Almendares, created in imitation of the grand beer gardens of Germany, opened in 1904. If the numerous overhanging trees made La Tropical a little dank in the winter months, in the sweltering tropical summer it was the coolest spot around. La Tropical's competitor, Cerveza Polar, opened up their own gardens. By the 1920s, these festivities attracted up to fifiteen thousand people." From the personal photo collection of Jay Cashman. 
 
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012 1920s Michael E Shea and Ellen Louisa Nelligan
012 1920s Michael E Shea and Ellen Louisa Nelligan
[Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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012 1920s Michael Shea headshot
012 1920s Michael Shea headshot
Headshot detail from photo taken at the beer garden of the La Tropical brewery (Cerveceria La Tropical) in Havana, Cuba. 
 
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012 1930 Forester Packet Michael E Shea
012 1930 Forester Packet Michael E Shea
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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012 1930 Michael E Shea Forester packet
012 1930 Michael E Shea Forester packet
 
 
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012 1930 Michael E Shea Ledger obituary
012 1930 Michael E Shea Ledger obituary
Ledger - Hold Funeral Tomorrow For Michael Shea - Services at St. Mary's Church for Former Street Head - Funeral services for Michael E. Shea, for many years superintendent of streets in Quincy, who died Saturday following a long illness, will be held tomorrow morning at the residence, 285 Common street, West Quincy, and will be followed by a requiem high mass at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's church, West Quincy. "Mike" Shea, as he was familiarly known throughout the city, was engaged in the general contracting business and for several years was superintendent of streets, serving under the late Mayor William T. Shea, his brother. The past four years a considerable amount of granolithic [sic] sidewalks were constructed for the city by Mr. Shea. He was the son of William Shea, who was a trooper in the "Light Brigade" of the British Army when it made its memorable attack on the Russian batteries at the battle of Balaklava in the Crimean War. This attack was immortalized by Lord Tennyson in his poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade." All the surviving members of the brigade were decorated with the Victoria Cross by Queen Victoria herself. This trophy was kept for years in the old Shea homestead on Common street, but after the house was damaged by a fire many years ago is disappeared and was never found afterwards. The survivors include the widow, five daughters, Mrs. Catherine Keegan, Mrs. Elias Canfield, Mrs. William Cushman, Miss. Marjorie Shea, and Miss Anna Shea, and by four sisters, Miss Katherine Shea and Mrs. Michael Lyons of West Quincy, Mrs. Arthur D. Murphy of Wollaston and Mrs. Annie Scollard of Braintree. He was a member of the St. Francis Court, M.C.O.F.; Division 22 A.O.H., and Quincy Lodge of Elks. [Source credit: Patriot Ledger, November 10, 1930] 
 
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012 1930 Michael Shea Obituary QPL
012 1930 Michael Shea Obituary QPL
QUINCY PATRIOT LEDGER-Hold Funeral Tomorrow for Michael Shea - Services at St. Mary's Church for Former Street Head. Funeral services for Michael E. Shea, for many years superintendent of streets in Quincy, who died Saturday following a long illness, will be held tomorrow morning at the residence, 285 Common Street, West Quincy, and will be followed by a requiem high mass at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Church, West Quincy. "Mike" Shea, as he was familiarly known throughout the city, was engaged in the general contracting business and for several years was superintendent of streets, serving under the late Mayor William T. Shea, his brother. The past four years a considerable amount of granolithic sidewalks were constructed for the city by Mr. Shea. He was the son of William Shea, (continued on Page 10, column 3), who was a trooper in the "Light Brigade" of the British Army when it made its memorable attack on the Russian batteries at the battle of Balaklava in the Crimean War. This attack was immortalized by Lord Tennyson in his poem, "The Charge of the Light Brigade." All the surviving members of the brigade were decorated with the Victoria Cross by Queen Victoria herself. This trophy was kept for years in the old Shea homestead on Common street, but after the house was damaged by fire many years ago is disappeared and was never found afterwards. The survivors include the widow, five daughters, Mrs. Catherine Keegan, Mrs. Elias Canfield, Mrs. William Cashman, Miss Marjorie Shea, and Miss Anna Shea, and by four sisters Miss Katherine Shea and Mrs. Michael Lyons of West Quincy. Mrs. Arthur D. Murphy of Wollaston an Mrs. Annie Scollard of Braintree. He was a member of the St. Francis Court, M.C.O.F; Division 22, A.O.H., and Quincy Lodge of Elks. 
 
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012 1930 US Census Michael E Shea household
012 1930 US Census Michael E Shea household
Year: 1930; Census Place: Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 937; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 105; Image: 134.0. 
 
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012 1951 Ellen Louisa Nelligan headshot
012 1951 Ellen Louisa Nelligan headshot
At the christening of John Michael Cashman, Jr. 
 
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012 1951 Ellen Nelligan
012 1951 Ellen Nelligan
Headshot taken at the christening of John M. Cashman, Jr. 
 
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012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view A
012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view A
#285 Common Street, Quincy, MA    The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan. 
 
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012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view B
012 2012 Shea home 285 Common St Quincy view B
The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan at 285 Common Street, Quincy, MA. 
 
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012 2012 Shea homes 285 and 279 Common St Quincy
012 2012 Shea homes 285 and 279 Common St Quincy
#285 Common Street, Quincy, MA    The residence of the family of Michael E. Shea and Ellen Nelligan. 
 
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012 unkn 285 Common Street Quincy MA
012 unkn 285 Common Street Quincy MA
Michael E. Shea's home on 285 Common Street in Quincy, MA. 
 
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012 unkn Ellen Louisa Nellie Nelligan
012 unkn Ellen Louisa Nellie Nelligan
[Photo credit: personal collection of Jay Cashman] 
 
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013 1857 William T Shea birth register
013 1857 William T Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1857 – No. 48, 24 Mar, 1857, William Shea, male, born in Quincy to William Shea and Margaret Riley of Quincy. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1859 Catherine Shea birth register
013 1859 Catherine Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in Quincy from January 1st, 1859 to January 1st, 1860 - No. 76, 15 May 1859, Catharine Shea, female, born healthy in Quincy to William and Margaret of Quincy. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1860 US Census William Shea household
013 1860 US Census William Shea household
Dwelling #393, Family #467, page 60 (lines 38-40) and page 61 (line 1)William Shea household; Enumeration date: 13 Jun 1860
* Wm. Shea - age 30, male, laborer, no real property, $75 in personal property, born Ireland
* Margaret Shea - age 27, female, born Mass[sic]
* Wm. Shea - age 3, male, born Mass
* Catharine Shea - age 1, female, born Mass
NOTE: also in this dwelling is the household of John and Catharine Shea. They have two daughters: Catherine age 3, and Mary age 1. 
 
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013 1860 US Census William Shea household
013 1860 US Census William Shea household
Dwelling #393, Family #467, page 60 (lines 38-40) and page 61 (line 1)William Shea household; Enumeration date: 13 Jun 1860
* Wm. Shea - age 30, male, laborer, no real property, $75 in personal property, born Ireland
* Margaret Shea - age 27, female, born Mass[sic]
* Wm. Shea - age 3, male, born Mass
* Catharine Shea - age 1, female, born Mass
NOTE: also in this dwelling is the household of John and Catharine Shea. They have two daughters: Catherine age 3, and Mary age 1. 
 
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013 1861 Mary J Shea birth register
013 1861 Mary J Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1861 – No. 53, 12 May 1861, Mary J Shea, female, born in Quincy to William Shea and Margaret Riley of Quincy. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1862 Thomas Shea birth register
013 1862 Thomas Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1862 – No. 176, 30 Dec, 1862, Thomas Shea, male, born in Quincy to William Shea and Margaret Riley of Quincy. Father is a ledgman born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1864 Annie Shea baptism record
013 1864 Annie Shea baptism record
Ann Shea; baptized 30 Oct 1864; born 23 Oct 1864; parents WIlliam Shea & Margt wife; godparents Michael Owen & Mart Flood 
 
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013 1864 Annie Shea birth register
013 1864 Annie Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1864 – No. 141, 23 Oct, 1864, Annie Shea, female, born in Quincy to William Shea and Margaret Riley of Quincy. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1865 MA Census William Shea
013 1865 MA Census William Shea
William Shay household; Enumeration date: 23 Jun 1865
* William Shea - age 36, male, born Ireland, married, quarryman, rateable poll, not legal voter, not naturalized
* Margaret Shea - age 32, female, born Ireland, married
* William Shea - age 8, male, born Quincy MA, single
* Mary Shea - age 4, female, born Quincy MA, single
* Ann Shea - age 7 mos, female, born Quincy MA, single 
 
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013 1867 Michael Shea baptism record
013 1867 Michael Shea baptism record
Michael Shea; baptized 29 Dec 1867; born 25 Dec 1867; parents Wm Shea & Margt wife; godparents Michael Shea & Lucy Barry 
 
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013 1867 Michael Shea birth register
013 1867 Michael Shea birth register
BIRTHS REGISTERED in the City of Quincy for the Year 1867 – No. 171, 25 Dec 1867, Michael Shea, male, born in Quincy to William Shea and Margaret Riley of Quincy. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland. 
 
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013 1867 William Shea naturalization record p1
013 1867 William Shea naturalization record p1
[U.S. DISTRICT COURT, MASS. VOL. 47 PAGE NO. 37] UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Massachusetts District, ss. To the Honorable the Judge of the District Court of the United States, within and for the District of Massachusetts. Respectfully represents WILLIAM SHEA of QUINCY in said District LEDGMAN and alien, and a free white person, that he was born in COUNTY QUEENS, IRELAND, on or about the NINETEENTH day of OCTOBER in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and TWENTY-NINE and is now about THIRTY-EIGHT years of age; that he arrived at BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS in the United States of America, on or about the TWENTY-FOURTH day of OCTOBER in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and FIFTY-FIVE; that it then was, and still is, his bona fide intention to reside in and become a citizen of the United States of America, and to renounce 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: All which appears in the Record of the Honorable DISTRICT Court, to wit, on the NINETEENTH day of OCTOBER A.D. 1865. And the said WILLIAM SHEA further represents, that he has ever since continued to reside within the jurisdiction of said United States, to wit, at said QUINCY that he has never borne any hereditary title, or been of any of the orders of nobility; that he is ready to renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign Prince, Potentate, State or Sovereignty whatever, and particularly to Victoria, Queen, as aforesaid whose subject he has heretofore been; that he is attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States of America, and well disposed towards the good order and happiness of the same. Wherefore your petition prays, that he may be admitted to become a citizen of the said United States of America, according to the forms of the statues in such case made and provided. William Shea 
 
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013 1867 William Shea naturalization record p2
013 1867 William Shea naturalization record p2
[U.S. DISTRICT COURT, MASS. VOL. 47 PAGE NO.37A] United States of America. Massachusetts District, to wit: City of Boston, 1867. We MAURICE SHEAHAN, JAMES GILLRAIN both of QUINCY and both citizens of said United States, severally depose and say, that we have known WILLIAM SHEA the foregoing Petitioner, for five years past, during which time he has resided in said QUINCY and that the has resided withing the State of Massachusetts one year at least; 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 well disposed towards the good order and happiness of the same. Maurice Sheahan, James Gillrain -- I WILLIAM SHEA do solemnly swear, that I do absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to every foreign Prince, Potentate, State, or Sovereignty whatsoever -- particulary to Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great  Britain and Ireland, whose subject I have heretofore been; and that I will support the Constitution of the United States of America - So help me God. WILLIAM SHEA 
 
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013 1868 Quincy directory
013 1868 Quincy directory
 
 

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