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1  JENSEN, Bennett M. (I1678)
 
2  JENSEN, Christian (I1603)
 
3  JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
4  JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
5  JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
6  JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
7  JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
8  LEVERENTZ, Paul William (I1593)
 
9  LEVERENTZ, Paul William (I1593)
 
10  NELLIGAN, Edward Jr. (I808)
 
11  SHEA, Catherine (I734)
 
12  SHEA, Thomas (I713)
 
13  SHEA, William Thomas (I675)
 
14  LONG, John (I658)
 
15  LONG, John (I658)
 
16  LONG, John (I658)
 
17  MCNAMARA, Julia (I655)
 
18  MCNAMARA, Julia (I655)
 
19  HERLIHY, Johanna (I636)
 
20  HERLIHY, Johanna (I636)
 
21  CASHMAN, Denis (I634)
 
22  CASHMAN, Denis (I634)
 
23  CASHMAN, Denis (I634)
 
24  WALLACE, James Wayland (I470)
 
25  SHEA, William (I309)
 
26  RILEY, Margaret (I308)
 
27  MURPHY, Eileene (I260)
 
28  CASHMAN, James Timothy (I190)
 
29  CASHMAN, James Timothy (I190)
 
30  CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla (I189)
 
31  CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla (I189)
 
32  CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla (I189)
 
33  CASHMAN, Catherine A. (I187)
 
34  CASHMAN, Catherine A. (I187)
 
35  CASHMAN, Julia (I186)
 
36  CASHMAN, Julia (I186)
 
37 Godparents were James Cashman and Anna Ford. CASHMAN, William Joseph Sr. (I974)
 
38 Godparents were James Timothy Cashman and Maria Spense. O'CONNOR, John Cashman (I67)
 
39 "Illustrated" Editor's name does not appear on v. 2 t.p. Vol. 2 contains biographical sketches. Includes index for v. 2. Source (S15)
 
40 "Immediately after the wedding, Lucantonio and Rachael emigrated to America where they gave birth to the first three children: Nicholas, Michael and Vincent. Soon after the birth of Vincent, they returned to Italy in 1907 where Domenico was born in 1909 or 1910 and then Eugenia. Immediately after this, Lucantonio returned to the U. S. and called the two oldest children over before the outbreak of WWI between 1915 and 1916. Vincent and Domenico were sent for study and only in 1927, the year of premature death due to typhoid, Eugenia was placed in college. Lucantonio's intention was to have all his children in America, but with the advent of Fascism, he could recall ony his son, Vincent, who was born in the USA and Eugenia, because she was still a minor. Domenico could not leave Italy because of the border closure and the subsequent outbreak of WWII. Domenico graduated in chemistry at Milan where he worked and married Anna Bartoli. They had a daughter, Giuliana, in 1941 and a son, Lucantonio, in 1943. Following a serious illness which caused the amputation of Domenico's lower limb, Domenico and family moved to Armento, the birthplace of the Solimando family. Domenico taught math and science at the local high school there until his death in 1975. Giuliano and Lucantonio studied in Naples; Giuliana in letters and Lucantonio in pharmacy. Giuliano became a teacher of Italian, Latin, history and geography in a middle school in Basilicata, Potenza, where she lives with her husband, Giuseppe Antonio Ierardi. They have three children, Marianna, Michael and Valeria. Marianna has a degree in law and Valeria, a degree in political science. They both work and live in Perugia (Umbria). Michael is a doctor who lives and works in Calabria.

Lucantonio has been married twice. He has three children from his first marriage: Domenico, Vincenzo and Annamaria.

Michael has a child: Joseph Alexander. Annamaria has two children: Elena and Nicholas.

Eugenia married Filippo Cordaro, a journalist of Sicilian origin. After some time, they went to live in Puerto Rico, where Filippo taught at the local university. They had at least two children...a daughter, Joanna, and a son, Vincent." - Giuliana Solimando Ierardi in an email dated 28 Nov 2012 
DIBIASE, Rachele (I740)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I281)
 
42 "My Uncle George, who died in the 1980's, was a Passionist Monk for about thirty years and took the name Brother Valentine. When he left the monastery, he married Raquel, a widow. She attended medical school in Paris and met George when they both worked at a clinic in Union City, New Jersey. She spoke seven languages and established a model interpreter program at Boston Medical Center. She also founded the Mass Medical Interpreters Assn (MMIA). Her programs have spread internationally and Boston Medical Center honored her by naming the Raquel Cashman Chair in the amphitheater. She is buried in Argentina." - Regina Gookin, 10 Apr 2007

Because George was tall (6 ft 5 in), his family nicknamed him "Ichabod" after Ichabod Crane.

"During WWII, George served in the U.S. Coast Guard, not the U.S. Navy. I remember my father, Philip, telling me this. If you look at George's uniform you note a small shield on the right sleeve;  that is uniform of an enlisted Coast Guardsman. I think I remember that during times of war, the USCG is cut over to the USN. Nowadays the USCG is under the Dept of Homeland Security." - Bill Cashman, 19 Nov 2020

"Uncle George was a Passionist brother for over 2 decades until he left that religious order. Roman Catholic bishops, priest and deacons are ordained which gives them the authorization to administer certain sacraments. In contrast, brothers, monks, and religious sisters profess vows. The most notable vows are poverty, chastity, and obedience. Thus George was professing vows; it was not an ordination." - Bill Cashman, 19 Nov 2020 
CASHMAN, George William (I887)
 
43 "The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Helen Cashman, and the groomsman was Frank Reardon, a brother of the groom. The ushers were Vincent Reardon, Martin A. King and Henry Teasdale of Quincy, and Joseph Stanton of Newton. ...A reception followed the church ceremony at the home of the bride's parents on Cross st. A wedding breakfast was served in the house and on the lawns adjoining, and was attended by a large gathering of friends from this city Sandwich, Concord, NH, Rockland, Boston, Hyde Park and Burlington, Vt. ... The happy couple were bountifully remembered with handsome presents, and were given a royal sendoff when they left on the wedding trip to Montreal and Québec. They will make their home at 22 School Street, and will be at home after Oct 1." Spouse F26
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2307)
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I280)
 
46 "United States Patent and Trademark Office"  Google Patents.  United States Patent and Trademark Office. http://www.google.com/patents.  Google Patents covers the entire collection of issued patents and millions of patent application made available by the USPTO, from patents issued in the 1790s through the present. We don't currently include international patents, but we look forward to expanding our coverage in the future. Source (S163)
 
47 "[Aunt Helen] and her husband Henry were both lawyers and must have invested wisely for her estate was over $.5M when she passed away. She bequeathed a generous sum to a home for unwed mothers. I will always be appreciative of aunt Helen particularly because she bequeathed to all her great nieces and nephews $5K each --- that was a lot of money in 1960 ---  I used mine to help pay for my engineering education at UMass/Amherst. [She] was a very fine person and her generosity should be remembered. She was one those ground breaking women who became a lawyer which in those days was a profession dominated by men." - Bill Cashman, Merrimack, NH, 6 Sep 2020

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Henry C. Hamel was married, in 1921, to Helen Cashman, of Quincy, Massachusetts. Mrs. Hamel is a native of Quincy, Massachusetts, and was admitted to legal practice in Massachusetts, in 1917 and to the Maine bar in 1922. She is the pioneer in the legal field in Biddeford so far as women are concerned, and since 1922 she has been engaged in general practice in partnership with her husband, under the firm name of Hamel and Hamel. Both are known as able and resourceful practitioners, and have made for themselves and for the firm a reputation which is a valuable business asset. Mr. and Mrs. Hamel make their home at No. 17 West Myrtle Street, in Biddeford, and their office is located in the Paquin Building. [Source credit: Maine Biographies, Volume I, Harrie B. Coe, Clearfield, 1928]

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CASHMAN, Helen Frances (I669)
 
48 (1) The following information was extracted from an email from Giuliana Solimando Ierardi dated 28 Nov 2012: "Immediately after the wedding, Lucantonio and Rachael emigrated to America where they gave birth to the first three children: Nicholas, Michael and Vincent. Soon after the birth of Vincent, they returned to Italy in 1907 where Domenico was born in 1909 or 1910 and then Eugenia. Immediately after this, Lucantonio returned to the U. S. and called the two oldest children over before the outbreak of WWI between 1915 and 1916. Vincent and Domenico were sent for study and only in 1927, the year of premature death due to typhoid, Eugenia was placed in college. Lucantonio's intention was to have all his children in America, but with the advent of Fascism, he could recall ony his son, Vincent, who was born in the USA and Eugenia, because she was still a minor. Domenico could not leave Italy because of the border closure and the subsequent outbreak of WWII. Domenico graduated in chemistry at Milan where he worked and married Anna Bartoli. They had a daughter, Giuliana, in 1941 and a son, Lucantonio, in 1943. Following a serious illness which caused the amputation of Domenico's lower limb, Domenico and family moved to Armento, the birthplace of the Solimando family. Domenico taught math and science at the local high school there until his death in 1975. Giuliano and Lucantonio studied and received degrees in Naples; Giuliana in letters and Lucantonio in pharmacy. Giuliana became a teacher of Italian, Latin, history and geography in a middle school in Basilicata, Potenza, where she lives with her husband, Giuseppe Antonio Ierardi. They have three children, Marianna, Michael and Valeria. Marianna has a degree in law and Valeria, a degree in political science. They both work and live in Perugia (Umbria). Michael is a doctor who lives and works in Calabria.

Lucantonio has been married twice. He has three children from his first marriage: Domenico, Vincenzo and Annamaria.

Michael has a child: Joseph Alexander. Annamaria has two children: Elena and Nicholas.

Eugenia married Filippo Cordaro, a journalist of Sicilian origin. After some time, they went to live in Puerto Rico, where Filippo taught at the local university. They had at least two children...a daughter, Joanna, and a son, Vincent."

(2) Lucantonio filed a Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the U.S. on 14 Feb 1927 in U.S. District Court. Listed immigration year as 1914.

(3) Lucantonio filed a Petition for Naturalization on 3 Apr 1929 in U.S. District Court. Witnessess were Joseph F. Pagliarulo and Michael Solimando. Listed immigration year as 1914.

(4) Lucantonio signed an Oath of Allegiance on 5 Aug 1929 in U.S. District Court. Listed immigration year as 1914.

(5) According to a 1914 passenger list, Lucantonio had made previous trips to New York in 1896 and 1904. 
SOLIMANDO, Lucantonio "Anthony" (I462)
 
49 (based on 1920 Census - not 1 mo old) DONAHER, Mary Reardon (I895)
 
50 (Medical):31 May 1920 -- An operation for appendicitis was performed on Mr Dalton a week ago today and at first he seemed to be making a fine recovery. By Wednesday, however, he showed alarming symptoms. It was decided that a second operation would be necessary and it was done at 3 yesterday afternoon. From this operation he never really recovered, and the end came at 3 this morning. DALTON, John Wilfred Jr. (I295)
 
51 (Medical):(a) acute myocardial infarction - minutes between onset and death (b) arteriosclerotic hypertensive disease - years between onset and death [Other Significant Conditions] exogenous obesity, osteoarthritis [Autopsy?] No [Case referred to medical examiner?] No [Actual Place of death] Home [Physician signed certificate on] June 30, 1989 [Time of death] 1:00 am [Physician] Andrejs Dimants MD of 1020 Millard, Three Rivers, Mich, 49093 [Type of death] Natural [Injury at work] No JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
52 (Medical):A chronic inflammation of the kidney, in which there is degeneration of the renal epithelium, connective tissue changes in the stroma, permanent changes in the glomeruli, and an exudation from the blood-vessels. This is mostly a disease of early and middle life, though no age is exempt. Males are more often affected than females, the greater exposure, mode of life, and drink habits of the former, no doubt, accounting for the difference in the two sexes. It may follow the acute nephritis of cold, scarlet fever, or pregnancy, or chronic congestion of the kidney, though usually it begins insidiously and seemingly independent of any acute disease. Indulgence in alcoholic and malt beverages is no doubt responsible for the disease, the frequency with which it appears in beer-drinkers being evidence. Malaria is regarded by many authors as being a cause of chronic nephritis. Workmen exposed to cold and damp, and who live in damp, poorly ventilated apartments, are subject to Bright's disease.Tuberculosis, syphilis, and suppurative diseases are also associated with chronic nephritis. In all probability, toxins either from a perverted metabolism or introduced from without, so influence the nutrition of the kidney as to give rise to chronic diffuse nephritis. MCKENNA, Mary F. (I972)
 
53 (Medical):accidentally struck by a railroad train - multiple wounds and injuries CASHMAN, Charlotte (I883)
 
54 (Medical):According to William T. Shea's 1893 insurance application, Catherine died on 12 Nov 1861, at 18 months of sickness from teeth.
According to Michael E. Shea's 1910 insurance application, Catherine died in infancy, cause and date unknown. 
SHEA, Catherine (I734)
 
55 (Medical):According to William T. Shea's 1893 insurance application, Thomas died on 7 Dec 1863 at age 2 of Croup.
According to Michael E. Shea's 1910 insurance application, Thomas died in infancy, cause and date unknown. 
SHEA, Thomas (I713)
 
56 (Medical):Also had arteriosclerotic heart disease, emphysema, rheumatic valvular disease, renal insufficiency, and anoxic encephalopathy. CANFIELD, Marjorie Eleanor (I49)
 
57 (Medical):Ann Riley was listed as having died at age 50 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson, William T. Shea, in 1893. RILEY, Ann wife of Thomas (I685)
 
58 (Medical):Anna died as the result of an accidental fall while at Jbeil (Crusader Citadel) in the city of Byblos in the country of Lebanon. REARDON, Anna Gertrude (I341)
 
59 (Medical):At age 70, Catherine was still in good health. LONG, Catherine (I638)
 
60 (Medical):Catherine Shea was listed as having died at age 86 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson, William T. Shea, in 1893. SHEA, Catherine wife of Michael (I694)
 
61 (Medical):Coloenteritis is defined as an inflammation of the digestive tract involving enteritis of the small intestine and colitis of the colon. Deborah's obituary said that she died "after a short illness." NELLIGAN, Deborah (I2170)
 
62 (Medical):Contributed to by arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease, duration 15 years. Other significant condition: stroke. Dr. Douglas L. Colbert of 121 Franklin, Colon, MI, 49040, attested that the death was natural and occurred at 4:20am. HANSEN, Ellen R. (I1596)
 
63 (Medical):Contributory cause: chronic myocarditis MEIER, Sophia (I1691)
 
64 (Medical):Death occurred at home at 10:45 AM. LEWIS, Meredith Altha (I1218)
 
65 (Medical):Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson, John Cashman, in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 75 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson, William Cashman, in 1891.

Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 70 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Julia Cashman Riordan, in 1895.

Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 55 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898. 
CASHMAN, Denis (I634)
 
66 (Medical):Dr. John T. Reynolds, who knew the deceased for 8 years, stated that the duration of the disease was two years.
At age 35, he had never been sick and never consulted a physician.
He did not drink alchohol at all - he was a total abstainer. 
SHEA, William Thomas (I675)
 
67 (Medical):Duration of disease was 7 days. SWIFT, Timothy (I941)
 
68 (Medical):Duration of pneumonia was 14 days. Secondary cause of "intoxication" indicates that she probably drank kerosene or another harmful substance. FALIERO, Anna (I2276)
 
69 (Medical):Duration of the disease was 3 days.

She was in good health at age 38.

She was very ill with a miscarriage in 1896. Exhibited varicose veins. She was pregnant six times and gave birth to five live children, the last in January of 1891. 
CASHMAN, Catherine A. (I187)
 
70 (Medical):Duration of the disease was nine months. SPENCE, Mary A. (I829)
 
71 (Medical):Duration of the disease was three months. SHEA, Michael E. (I789)
 
72 (Medical):Duration: 5 days LAWLOR, Dr. John Charles (I427)
 
73 (Medical):Eleven-year-old Olympia Verrochi of 50 Wales place, Dorchester, was killed at about 5:30 o'clock last night, when struck by a train on the Midland division of the New Haven railroad. The accident happened at the foot of Wales place, only a short distance from the girl's home.

She climbed the railroad banking, on her way to buy a quart of milk for supper, and did not see a string of empty passenger cars which a locomotive, on the other end, was pushing into Boston. She received a fractured skull and other injuries, and died in the ambulance of station 11, on the way to the City Hospital. The train was in charge of Engineer Walter Fogg and Conductor Walter R. Wheelock. 
VERROCHI, Olympia (I2253)
 
74 (Medical):Empyema (20 days!)
Scarlatina (40 days!)

Scarlatina:  Scarlet Fever, a contagious disease caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pyogenes, which attacks the red blood cells and produces inflammation of the nose, throat and mouth, headache, sickness and red rash. Synonym: scarlet rash. 
FALIERO, Francesco (I2281)
 
75 (Medical):General Paralysis of the Insane: a syndrome of mental disorder and weakness occurring in tertiary syphilis, is also known as dementia paralytica, Bayle disease, parenchymal syphilis and symptomatic neurosyphilis.  It is a rare disease in western general adult psychiatry these days but, at the height of its powers, it is thought that it accounted for up to 20% of patients in asylums. Months to years after the first signs of infection, the disease enters its tertiary phase with widespread formation of tumour like masses (gummas).  These can cause serious damage to the heart or blood vessels (cardiovascular syphilis) or to the brain (neurosyphilis) resulting in tabes dorsalis, blindness and general paralysis of the insane. Physically there is slurred speech, a tremor of the lips and tongue, and Argyll Robinson pupil** in 50%.  As the condition progresses there is increased leg weakness leading to spastic paralysis. Patients become completely incapacitated, bedridden, and die, the process taking about three to five years on average.

Toxic Myocarditis: inflammation of heart muscle caused by any noxious chemical, alcohol, heavy metals. 
JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
76 (Medical):He died at age 48 yrs 4 mos 23 days from injuries sustained during a fall down an elevator shaft from the third story of the Boston Storage Warehouse on Western Avenue. He was brought to the City Hospital where he died one day later with a fractured skull. WHITNEY, Gorham H. B. (I1307)
 
77 (Medical):He died at age 7 months 6 days. O'SHEA, Thomas Walter (I1205)
 
78 (Medical):He suffered the stroke at the Engineers Club on Saturday, December 6th, and died in hospital on Monday, December 8th. WHITE, David Joseph (I1352)
 
79 (Medical):He was in good health at age 24. CASHMAN, Luke John (I191)
 
80 (Medical):He was in good health at age 36.

James' sister, Catherine, claimed that he died of pneumonia in 1892 at age 38.
The Branford death register listed pneumonitis as his cause of death. 
CASHMAN, James Timothy (I190)
 
81 (Medical):He was in good health at age 40. CASHMAN, Dennis J. (I188)
 
82 (Medical):He was in good health at age 42.
Vaccinated (smallpox) in 1866 at age 7. 
CASHMAN, John (I180)
 
83 (Medical):Her death certificate listed as a secondary cause of death an operation she underwent one and a half years prior for carcinoma utero. During of the disease was two years.

She was in good health at age 44.

She was pregnant five times, miscarried twice and bore three live daughters. 
CASHMAN, Julia (I186)
 
84 (Medical):Huntington's disease (HD) is a neurodegenerative genetic disorder that affects muscle coordination and leads to cognitive decline and psychiatric problems. It typically becomes noticeable in mid-adult life. HD is the most common genetic cause of abnormal involuntary writhing movements called chorea, which is why the disease used to be called Huntington's chorea.

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the spirochete bacterium Treponema pallidum subspecies pallidum. The primary route of transmission is through sexual contact; it may also be transmitted from mother to fetus during pregnancy or at birth, resulting in congenital syphilis. Other human diseases caused by related Treponema pallidum include yaws (subspecies pertenue), pinta (subspecies carateum), and bejel (subspecies endemicum).
The signs and symptoms of syphilis vary depending in which of the four stages it presents (primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary). The primary stage classically presents with a single chancre (a firm, painless, non-itchy skin ulceration), secondary syphilis with a diffuse rash which frequently involves the palms of the hands and soles of the feet, latent syphilis with little to no symptoms, and tertiary syphilis with gummas, neurological, or cardiac symptoms. 
CAREY, Thomas F. (I109)
 
85 (Medical):In 1887, her brother John, who was 18 years old when she died, remembered her cause of death as Croup and her age at death as 3 years old.

In 1891, her brother William, who was 10 years old when she died, remembered her date of death as 4 Mar 1863 and cause of death as Croup.

In 1895, her sister Juila, who was about 17 years old when Mary Priscilla died, remembered her date of death as 1865, age at death as 7 and cause of death as Membranous Croup.

In 1895, her sister Catherine, who was about 11 years old when Mary Priscilla died, remembered her date of death as 1865, age at death as 7 and cause of death as Membranous Croup. 
CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla (I189)
 
86 (Medical):In 1895, at age 55, Ann was described as being in good health. FOYE, Ann (I127)
 
87 (Medical):In 1895, at age 60, John was described as being in good health. SPENCE, John (I130)
 
88 (Medical):In 1898, at age 60, Margaret's health was reported as "good."
In 1910, at age 75, Margaret's health was reported as "good." 
RILEY, Margaret (I308)
 
89 (Medical):In a 1910 insurance application, William's son Michael E. Shea claimed that William died of pneumonia which lasted three weeks and that none of his relatives had been affeced with Consumption.

In an 1893 insurane application, William's son, William Thomas, claimed that William died of caseous pneumonia on Feb 1, 1889 at age 60. 
SHEA, William (I309)
 
90 (Medical):Interstitial pneumonitis is a form of pneumonia that involves the connective tissues of the lung, and can be caused by an infection, toxic inhalation, or a virus. CASHMAN, John Michael Jr. (I136)
 
91 (Medical):James Spence was listed as having died at age 57 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Mary A. Spence, in 1895. Kidney stone disease was referred to as "gravel" at his time of death. SPENCE, James (I730)
 
92 (Medical):Johanna Herlihy was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson John Cashman in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

Johanna Herlihy was listed as having died at age 90 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson William Cashman in 1891.

Johanna Herlihy was listed as having died at age 88 on an insurance application filled out by her granddaughter, Julia Cashman Riordan, in 1895.

Johanna Herlihy was listed as having died at age 80 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898. 
HERLIHY, Johanna (I636)
 
93 (Medical):John H. Ash, M.D. of 43 School Street in Quincy, attended the deceased from April 1, 1923 to March 31, 1925. Dr. Ash last saw Mary alive on March 31, 1925. Death occurred at 8:30pm. Diagnosis of diabetes was confirmed by Haines test. MURPHY, Mary Frances (I194)
 
94 (Medical):John Long was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson John Cashman in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

John Long was listed as having died at age 105 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson William Cashman in 1891.

John Long was listed as having died at age 104 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Julia Cashman Riordan, in 1895.

John Long was listed as having died at age 101 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898. 
LONG, John (I658)
 
95 (Medical):Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson John Cashman in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 90 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson William Cashman in 1891.

Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 98 on an insurance application filled out by her granddaughter, Julia Cashman Riordan, in 1895.

Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 95 on an insurance application filled out by her granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898. 
MCNAMARA, Julia (I655)
 
96 (Medical):Ludwig's angina is a type of severe cellulitis involving the floor of the mouth in which there is swelling and difficulty swallowing saliva, which may run from the person's mouth. As the condition worsens, the airway may be compromised with hardening of the spaces on both sides of the tongue. This condition has a rapid onset over hours.

The majority of cases follow a dental infection. Other causes include a parapharyngeal abscess, mandibular fracture, cut or piercing inside the mouth, or submandibular salivary stones. It is a spreading infection of connective tissue through tissue spaces, normally with virulent and invasive organisms. It specifically involves the submandibular, submental, and sublingual spaces.

Prevention is by appropriate dental care including management of dental infections. Initial treatment is generally with broad-spectrum antibiotics and corticosteroids. In more advanced cases endotracheal intubation or tracheostomy may be required.

With the advent of antibiotics in 1940s, improved oral and dental hygiene, and more aggressive surgical approach, the rates and risk of death among those infected has significantly reduced. 
VERROCCHI, Nicola (I803)
 
97 (Medical):marasmus:
a condition of extreme malnutrition and emaciation, occurring chiefly in young children. It is characterized by progressive wasting of subcutaneous tissue and muscle. Marasmus results from a lack of adequate calories and proteins and is seen in children with failure to thrive and in individuals in a state of starvation. Less commonly it results from an inability to assimilate or use protein because of a defect in metabolism. Care of the marasmic child involves the reestablishment of fluid and electrolyte balance, followed by the slow and gradual addition of foods as they are tolerated. 
CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
98 (Medical):marasmus:
a condition of extreme malnutrition and emaciation, occurring chiefly in young children. It is characterized by progressive wasting of subcutaneous tissue and muscle. Marasmus results from a lack of adequate calories and proteins and is seen in children with failure to thrive and in individuals in a state of starvation. Less commonly it results from an inability to assimilate or use protein because of a defect in metabolism. Care of the marasmic child involves the reestablishment of fluid and electrolyte balance, followed by the slow and gradual addition of foods as they are tolerated. 
CASHMAN, Eugene (I500)
 
99 (Medical):Mary A. Coffey was listed as having died at age 60 on an insurance application filled out by her granddaughter, Mary A. Spence, in 1895. COFFEY, Mary A. (I968)
 
100 (Medical):Michael Shea was listed as having died at age 90 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson, William T. Shea, in 1893. SHEA, Michael (I692)
 

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