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101 (Research):BAPTISMAL RECORD HAS NOT BEEN LOCATED

On 29 Jun 2020, I searched the baptismal records of St. Mary (Randolph) at AmericanAncestors.org. The following volumes and pages were searched for Ellen or Helen Cashman who was born on 7 Apr 1862. No record of  her baptism was found.

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St. Mary (Randolph) Baptisms, 1861-1876      48-51 [Mar 30, 1862 to May 25, 1862]

I did not check St. Bridget (Abington) Baptisms because the earliest baptism available is for the year 1866, four years after Ellen was born.

I did not check St. Francis Xavier (Weymouth) Baptisms because the earliest baptism available is for the year 1864, two years after Ellen was born. 
CASHMAN, Ellen Caroline "Nellie" (I961)
 
102 (Research):CEMETERY:

Mary Connor's grave marker does not appear on FindAGrave or BillionGraves. The records located at St. Mary's Parish office start in 1920 so they is no listing for her 1875 burial. The records located at the RCAB Archive in Braintree start in 1885, so they are ten years too late. The only clue we have is that her death record states that she was buried in Quincy and St. Mary's was "THE" Catholic Cemetery in Quincy at that time. 
CONNOR, Mary (I667)
 
103 (Research):CONFLICT:

Deborah's death register entry states that her parents were born in Ireland and that their names were William and Mary. The name William conflicts with our understanding that Deborah's father was Edward Nelligan. I believe that the explanation for this is that the informant gave the wrong name to the town clerk. Deborah's civil marriage record lists her father as Edward. The death records of Deborah's brothers Edward and John list their father's name as Edward. The marriage records of Deborah's brothers Edward and John list their father's name as Edward.

NEGATIVE SEARCHES:

There was no Forrester's insurance application for Thomas at TIARA. 
NELLIGAN, Deborah (I2170)
 
104 (Research):OBITUARY

https://ezproxy.bpl.org/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.bpl.org/docview/1508674156?accountid=9675 
VERROCHI, Thomas Jr. (I1902)
 
105 (Research):OBITUARY

WALPOLE, EAST. "Evelyn M. (Trank) Verrochi." Boston Globe, Apr 03, 2013. https://ezproxy.bpl.org/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.bpl.org/docview/1716005805?accountid=9675. 
TRANK, Evelyn M. (I2220)
 
106 (Research):What happened to Gennarino?

Joseph and Concetta had their first child, Frank/Francesco, on November 21, 1905.
They had their second child, Michael Joseph/Michele Giuseppe, on November 27, 1906.
They had their third child, Joseph/Jeremiah, on January 14, 1908.

In the 1910 US Census, we should expect to see three boys ages 5, 4, and 2. What was recorded was Francesco [4], Michele [3] and Gennarino [2]. So far so good.

In the 1920 US Census, we should see three boys ages 15, 14 and 12. What was recorded was Frank [14] and Joseph [13]. What happened to the third boy? Is Joseph [13] their second child "Michael Joseph" or their third child "Joseph"?

In the 1930 US Census, we should see three men ages 25, 24 and 22. What was recorded was Frank [24] and Michael [23]. There is no child called "Joseph". 
VERROCHI, Joseph "Gennarino" (I278)
 
107 (Research):WILLIAM SHEA

William Shea was born in County Queen's, Ireland, (present day County Laois), on 19 Oct 1829. Family tradition says that he was a soldier in the British Army during the Crimean War and was a member of the famous Light Brigade. It is said that he received the Victoria Cross for participating in that famous battle.

He immigrated to America on 24 Oct 1855.
William and his wife Margaret departed from Liverpool 28 Sep 1855 abourt the "Star of Empire" (Train & Co.) and arrived in Boston 23 Oct 1855. [Source: Pass.Lists/Boston Pilot/Part 2 on rootsweb] [Source: passenger list Roll M265 List 201]

The Star of Empire was an extreme clipper ship designed by David McKay and built in East Boston in April of 1853 and weighing 2050 tons.

He had eight children with Margaret Riley: three sons and five daughters. One daughter, Catherine, died before her sixth birthday. Ten years after the birth of the first Catherine, they had another baby girl which they also named Catherine.

He settled in Quincy and was living there as early as 1 Nov 1862. He became a US Citizen on 1 Nov 1867. At that time, he was working as a "ledgeman," a quarry worker who splits off blocks of stone.

In 1868, he was living in Quincy, on Common Street, near Copeland. He was working as a quarryman.

In 1880, he was living in Quincy, on Common Street.

In 1889, he was working as a granite contractor and living in Quincy.

On 1 Feb 1889, he died of consumption, at age 59.  It is likely that what he died of was silicosis, a form of tuberculosis caused by the inhalation of granite dust while carving, chipping, and finishing monuments, gravestones, and building facades. According to the Granite Cutter's Union in Barre, VT, consumption claimed most granite cutters before age fifty.

He is buried in Saint Mary's Cemetery, Quincy, MA.
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US Naturalization Record Index
Soundex                                     S000
Name                                          WILLIAM SHEA
Address                                     QUINCY
Certificate no.                            47-37
Title and location of court       USDC BOSTON MASS.
Country of birth                         IRELAND
When born                                 OCT 19, 1829
Date of naturalization               NOV 1, 1867
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??Marriage 1852 Abbelleix, Ireland??? FamilySearch.org Sourcebox 
SHEA, William (I309)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I577)
 
109 (Research):According to a passenger list for the Bark Norma, which arrived in Boston on August 10, 1849, a twelve year old named, John Spense, sailed to America in the company of thirty-year-old Manual Coffee. Could Manual be Mary A. Coffey's brother? SPENCE, John (I130)
 
110 (Research):According to Chetta Kelley, Guido was an architect and went into the service overseas; he had a son named Paul. VERROCHI, Guido J. (I798)
 
111 (Research):According to Chetta Kelley, this man built the Southeast Expressway.
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"Michael married Carmela Mastrangelo. Carmela and Mike were first cousins. Carmela's mother was Giulia (Verrochi) Mastrangelo. They lived with Mike's parents, Joseph and Concetta in Dorchester when they were first married." [Source: Janet Mastrangelo Dane email dated 20 Dec 2012]
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"Her second born, Carmella (Mastrangelo) married Michael J. Verrochi. I was the person who told you they were first cousins, but since doing Ancestry.com that is an incorrect fact passed down through the years. Michael J was a brother to Lena, Theresa and Rose."
[Source: Janet Mastrangelo Dane email dated 8 Aug 2017] 
VERROCHI, Michael Joseph Sr. (I570)
 
112 (Research):According to Christy, Ellen Hansen was married a few times (she kept outliving her husbands) and lived to 99. HANSEN, Ellen R. (I1596)
 
113 (Research):According to James E. Cashman III, Joshua James was the inventor of the self-bailing, self-righting boat. JAMES, Joshua II (I170)
 
114 (Research):According to Janet Mastrangelo Dane, Giulia immigrated to Boston in 1903 and married Nicola Mastrangioli in the North End. Mastrangioli was also from Sulmona and changed his name to Mastrangelo in the US. They had nine children. Their seventh child, Nicola Joseph (1917-2006) married Margaret MacGown and had Janet in 1955. VERROCHI, Giulia (I1772)
 
115 (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
(1) Eugene Falvey is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery 
FALVEY, Eugene (I13)
 
116 (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
(1) Eugene Falvey's wife was Joanna Mannix 
FALVEY, Hannah wife of Eugene (I12)
 
117 (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
(1) In 1919, Helen was working in the law office of Albert F. Flint of Boston

In 1914, Helen went on a cruise to Gibraltar, Algeirs, Napoli, Madeira, Assisi, Ravello, Amalfi, Rome, and Tivoli. 
CASHMAN, Helen Frances (I669)
 
118 (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
(1) John Cashman gave the stone for the foundation of Saint Mary's Church
(2) John Cashman gave the new mahagony altar railing in St. Mary's Church

In the 1891 Quincy Business Directory, you can find John Cashman listed under CONTRACTORS, DRAIN PIPE, GRANITE DEALERS, HAY AND GRAIN DEALERS, MASONS (STONE), MASON'S SUPPLIES and TEAMING AND JOBBING.

In February of 1898, John Cashman and three other Quincy men traveled to South America for two months.

In April of 1899, John and Hannah Cashman returned from an extended trip to California. 
CASHMAN, John (I180)
 
119 (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
(1) John was a reporter for 4 or 5 papers
(2) John invented a breeches buoy
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Sandwich Observer - 23 Oct 1894 - THE SANDWICH FIRE AND POLICE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION - J. W. Dalton is President of Sandwich Fire and Police Protection Association which was organized for the purpose of protecting property owners. The village proper will be patrolled from 10pm to 6am by reliable watchmen. Time locks will be provided and patrolmen will have keys to the various churches and in case of fire an alarm will be immedidately rung in. The cost to property holders will be about $1.50 per quarter.
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J. W. Dalton wrote a booklet called "The Cape Cod Canal" which was published in March 1911 by the Eastern Printing Company of Boston.  It contains 61 pages and 30 photographs of the progress of the contruction of the canal. There is a photocopy of the booklet at the Sandwich Archives.
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FROM THE CANAL TO NEW YORK - Daily Steamer Will be in Operation By July 1, According to Statement of Sandwich Men -- At a meeting held at the Hotel Lenox in Boston it was stated by John W. Dalton of Sandwich that a steamboat making daily trips between the Cape Cod canal and New York will be in operation by July 1st of this year. He further stated that he had been at work on the project for over a year and had secured a concession of land from the Canal company, and permission from the government to build a wharf and dredge a basin at Sandwich. This work will begin within thirty days and will be an established fact by July 1st. [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, March 17, 1919, page 2]
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1902 -- In the directory for all New England telephones, Sandwich had one pay phone and six subscribers: J. W. Dalton, A. V. Johnston, S. I. Morse, N. Packwood, Jr., Charles M. Thompson, and the Cape Construction Co. [Source: "Sandwich - A Cape Cod Town" by R. A. Lovell, Jr., page 444] 
DALTON, John Wilfred Jr. (I295)
 
120 (Research):According to Roma Waterman, who probably got the information from Rosetta Verrochi, Nicholas Verrochi was married twice. His first wife was Rosa Massalena (in Rosetta's records it is spelled Mazzolini) His second wife was Crocifissa LaCivita whom he married in Stoughton, MA. MASSALENA, Rosa (I802)
 
121 (Research):According to the 1940 US Census, Mary completed four years of high school. SHEA, Alice Mary (I780)
 
122 (Research):According to the 1940 US census, William F. completed one year of college. CASHMAN, William Francis (I781)
 
123 (Research):Addie spent her last view years in a nursing home on the Cape. CASHMAN, Catherine Adeline "Addie" (I310)
 
124 (Research):Al Pace wrote, "I want to address your questions about David J. White. He seems to have been a prominent engineer and businessman, president and owner of the Bay State Dredging Co. for 35 yrs., a personal friend of Cardinal Cushing. During WWII, he served on the US Maritime Commission. He was Chairman of the Board of the Engineers Club of Boston and an official of the River and Harbor Contractors Association. I am extremely proud to be a collateral relative of his. I am still not absolutely certain of this, but it seems quite likely given my (and my closest relative's DNA matches) close DNA match with Joan McKeon. I would like to obtain John White, Sr.'s death certificate in order to ascertain that his mother's name was Ellen Ryan, who, according to my sources was the wife of my great-grandfather, Patrick White, of Garrettstown, Cork, Ireland. I think I have David's obituary in my files. E-mail a possibility. Mine is: alcpace@comcast.net."
[Source: AlPace89 on Ancestry.com dated 19 Mar 2018] 
WHITE, David Joseph (I1352)
 
125 (Research):Annie was still single at age 40. SWIFT, Anne "Annie" (I347)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2195)
 
127 (Research):Aug 24 (3 days ago) ---

I,  Ellen Lakin, used the account of Torkel to work on my husband Dan's family tree.  My husband, Daniel Whitney Packard, is Gorham's grandson. Dan was only 6 when Gorham died, But as a child spent time at Bay State Dredging and rode of the tugs with his grandfather. After Gorham's Death. Dan and his cousin, John Timothy, continued to go out on the tugs with Jack Roundtree(now deceased) who worked at Bay State for many years.  Jack was Gorham's son-in-law,  John Timothy(Tim's) father and Dan's Uncle.  Dan does not have any photos, but would look at the team photo and see if he could recognize Gorham. He would like to see the information you have. Dan thinks his cousin John Timothy Roundtree might have more information, we have lost contact with him. We will attempt to contact him.

I haven't been on the ancestry.com site for several years, but will attempt to give you permission.  Good luck with your search.
Ellen Larkin

Jack worked at Bay State Dredging for many years, according to his niece Ellen Larkin. Jack would take Dan Packard out on the Bay State tugs when he was a boy.

In 1948, the Boston City Directory listed John S. Rowntree's wife as (Amy) and his home town as Lexington.

He died January 3, 1992 of natural causes. He was living at 428 Tortoise View Circle in Satellite Beach, Florida. Mr. Rowntree was a marine engineer and former owner of Bay State Dredging Co., Boston. Born in Boston, he moved to Central Florida in 1988. A Protestant, he was also a member of the Lions Club and Rotary Club, North Reading, Mass., and the Engineers Club, Boston. Survivors: son, J. Timothy Rowntree, Satellite Beach; sister, Emily Lewis, Framingham Center, Mass.; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. 
ROWNTREE, John S. "Jack" (I1334)
 
128 (Research):Branford, CT, probate clerk said that "James I. Cashman" died on 27 Jan 1894 and that the volume containing his record was moved to the CT State Library in Hartford. (Volume 12) CASHMAN, James Timothy (I190)
 
129 (Research):Check out: http://ech.case.edu/cgi/article.pl?id=BG1 MOORE, George (I1736)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I256)
 
131 (Research):CONFLICT:
The estimated birth year of 1813 makes no sense if Mary died in 1895 at age 60. At least one of these numbers is wrong. 
COFFEY, Mary A. (I968)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1651)
 
133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1610)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1203)
 
135 (Research):Donaghmore marriage registers (1843-1870) state that Patrick Connors married Mary Cashman in 1848, but there is no way of knowing for sure if this is the same Mary Cashman that was born to Denis and Johanna Cashman in 1823. However, the fact that the marriage took place in Donaghmore and that one of the witnesses was Jeremiah Cashman and the other William Herlihy, may indicate that this is the correct Mary Cashman, especially as her mother's surname was Herlehy. -- Eileen O'Byrne, B.A., B.L., A.P.G.I., 6 Feb 2001 CASHMAN, Mary (I222)
 
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1929)
 
137 (Research):Edward was already dead by the time that his wife, Mary, died in Weymouth in 1875. He may have been dead as early as 1870 because Mary was living in Weymouth in the household of her son, John Nelligan. Did Edward die in Ireland before 1870 and Mary emigrate soon after?
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There is an Edward Nelligan in Griffith's Valuation in the Civil Parish of Ballynacourty, in the townland of Ballinclaire. He leases Lot 1 (1 acre 1 rood 36 perches) upon which is "a Pound". This lot is immediately adjacent to the Fair Green where they had cattle and pig fairs on May 1st and Oct 4th. The house on that lot is occupied by Timothy Moriarty. Edward's landlord was Rev Timothy Hamilton, Rector of Killorglin, County Kerry.
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Ballinclare horse fair in Annascaul is said to be the oldest sheep & horse fair in Ireland. It was originally held in the townland of that name, about a mile outside Annascaul Village, on 1 May and 4 October. In the nineteenth century the fair moved into the Main Street of the village, but retained its old name. By the 1950s the fair had died out, but was revived in 1998.

The fair now takes place on the first Sunday of May and the first Sunday of October.

As well as livestock there is plenty to entertain the visitor, including children's entertainment, a pet show, stalls selling merchandise and music in and around the local pubs. Live music in all pubs, the famous Mutton Pies, various sheep shows etc. People come from all over Ireland and gather to enjoy the atmosphere of the day and buy and sell animals. Great fun for all the family.
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Could this be the meaning of "pound"?
Molly McGuires. This name was given to three secret societies The first was an Irish secret society, formed in or about the year 1833, in the Barony of Farney Co., Monogham, Ireland, to co-operate with the Ribbon-Men, and was called after C. McGuire, a leader in the Irish wars of 1641. The object of this society was to resist the distraining of cattle for rent, then common with landlords and middlemen. At that time very often a poor tenant had to pay five or six times for the same piece of ground, for which he had already paid his immediate lessor, because the immediate lessor, or landlord failed to pay one of the middlemen or landlords over him. (See Middlemen.) Distraining a tenant's cattle, impounding them, and selling them at auction before his eyes, in the name of British law and justice, for another man's debts, of which he had no knowledge or control and provided no legal remedy, to him appeared a wicked law. The McGuires applied the most desperate remedies available. Disguised as women, they rescued the cattle, flung boiling water and porridge on bailiffs, clubbed and stoned process servers, broke the locks on the pounds and released the cattle.
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The Civil Parish of Ballynacourty, Barony of Corkaguiny, County Kerry is linked to the Roman Catholic parish of Ballinvoher in the Diocese of Kerry. Churches and Chapels: Lack and Annescall.
In Annascaul there is an Old Church and a New Church. The New Church is called the Church of The Sacred Heart 
NELLIGAN, Edward (I681)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1930)
 
139 (Research):Excerpts from H. Hobart Holly research report to Martha Reardon dated, August 11, 1990:

(1) Around 1880, Bartolomew Reardon started giving his name as Bartholomew W. Reardon.

(2) There is no record of Bartholomew Reardon having served in the Civil War from Massachusetts, nor was he a member of the Paul J. Revere Post, G. A. R. in Quincy.

(3) Unable to find record of the marriage of Bartholmew and Catherine in Massachusetts circa 1868. Suspects marriage was in Concord, NH, where Reardon may have lived before coming to Quincy. The difference in ages suggests that it may have been his second marriage.

(4) From his age, it would be easy to assume that Bartholmew Reardon or Rierdon came from Ireland in the potato famine migration. There is however the strong possibility that as a skilled stonecutter he came later to practice his trade.

(5) He was a man of means when he came to Quincy in 1867.

(6) His naturalization record would give the date of his oming to this country. 
REARDON, Bartholomew William (I111)
 
140 (Research):Found a baptism of a EDMUND Nelligan born to EDMUND Nelligan and Mary Connnors. Address was given as "Duragh". Can' find this anywhere, but I did find Doorah on JohnGrenham. There was an Edmund Nelligan in Doorah in Griffiths Valuation living in the Civil Parish of Ballinvoher. NELLIGAN, Edward Jr. (I808)
 
141 (Research):Francis' middle name of Edward was obtained from the Ancestry tree of Steven Verrochi. VERROCHI, Francis Edward Jr. (I64)
 
142 (Research):Gertrude's brother's obit implies that her maiden name was Blasser, not Hallett.

BLASSER, ROBERT F.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

St. Petersburg Times (FL) - Friday, May 8, 1998
Deceased Name: BLASSER, ROBERT F.
BLASSER, ROBERT F., 87, of Largo, died Tuesday (May 5, 1998) at home. He was born in Boston and came here in 1970 from Belmont, Mass. He retired as a coordinator for Western Electric in Boston. He was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church, Largo, and the Tampa Police Pistol and Rifle Club. Survivors include his wife of 65 years, Grace L.; a brother, Richard, Melbourne; and a sister, Gertrude Cashman, Indialantic.

Page: 4; 3; 9; 9; 9B
Copyright (c) 1998 St. Petersburg Times 
BLASSER, Gertrude (I733)
 
143 (Research):Grace's last name was obtained from the Ancestry tree of Steven Verrochi. SACKS, Grace (I1386)
 
144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1034)
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1120)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1123)
 
147 (Research):I believe he was previously married twice.
First to Margaret Kuld on 2 Jun 1915
Second to Enna Nelson between 1920 and 1927, who died in the 1940's and Margaret Kuld. 2 Jun 1915. 
MODEWEG, Carl Diederich (I1725)
 
148 (Research):In 1893, William Cashman met with a serious accident. He was superintending a blast which he fired and then got behind a rock to shield himself. The force of the blast threw the rock over onto him injuring his spine and arm and it is thought also injuring him internally. He was taken to his home on Cross street and Dr. Shehan summoned who pronounced his injuries of a very serious nature.

In 1894, William Cashman was building a railroad in Ipswich. In 1898, William Cashman placed a bid of $18, 822 for the Quincy sewer system.

In 1899, William Cashman placed a bid of $15, 852.20 for 10,000 feet of sewer at Wollaston.

In 1904, William Cashman has received the contract for building a sewer at Hyde Park.

When asked to name an intimate friend on his Forester insurance application, he chose his brother, John Cashman.

The William Cashman Coal Company Inc. was dissolved in 1931. 
CASHMAN, William E. (I192)
 
149 (Research):In 1907, John J. Spence and William H. Spence ran a leather remnants company called John Spence & Co. It was located in Rockland at 350 Plain Street. (Source: 1907 Rockland Directory) SPENCE, William Henry (I827)
 
150 (Research):In 1940, Paul and Barbara Leverentz lived next door to Walter and Emma Scott. This Walter was born in Louisiana. Is he connected to Marvin's family? JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
151 (Research):In 1940, Paul and Barbara Leverentz lived next door to Walter and Emma Scott. This Walter was born in Louisiana. Is he connected to Marvin's family? LEVERENTZ, Paul William (I1593)
 
152 (Research):In the 1926 Burlington Business Directory, James E. Cashman is listed under the following headings: CARPENTERS, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS; CONTRACTORS; FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING; MARINE EQUIPMENT, p. 457; PAINTS AND OILS, p. 463; STOREHOUSES, p. 469; TRUCKING AND EXPRESS, p. 471.

In 1922 the family of James E. Cashman was listed as living at 87 College Street.
In 1923 the family of James E. Cashman was listed as living at 109 Summit Street. 
CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr. (I452)
 
153 (Research):In the Boston Globe article describing her wedding, Mary was described as "one of the best known and most estimable young women of the West Quincy district."
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Their summer home was located at 16 Poplar Avenue in the Post Island section of Houghs Neck. 
CASHMAN, Mary Agnes "Minnie" (I670)
 
154 (Research):In the Boston Globe article describing his wedding, Daniel was described as "one of the leading physicians of the city." REARDON, Daniel Bartholomew (I771)
 
155 (Research):It is believed that Michael F. Shea was the brother of William Shea because:
1) a death notice printed in the Quincy Patriot on 18 Jul 1891 stated that Micahel Shea was a brother of the late William Shea
2) Michael's death record says that he was born in Ireland and that his parents were Michael and Catherine, the same names as William's parents
3) when William Shea's son Michael E. Shea was baptized in 1867, one of the godparents was Michael Shea
4) the 1868 Quincy city directory states that Michael Shea, stone cutter, boards with William Shea on Common Street
5) the 1870 Quincy city directory states that Michael Shea, stone cutter, boards with William Shea on Common Street

There are several birth dates for Michael F. Shea:
         1843 - obtained from his death record and his headstone
         1844 - obtained from the 1880 US Census
         1845 - obtained from his marriage record
June 1848 - obtained from his Naturalization record 
SHEA, Michael F. (I825)
 
156 (Research):It is suggested that she died either in Rockland or NC. DONAHER, Mary Reardon (I895)
 
157 (Research):James H. Dalton Jr is buried in location 80-C of Sandwich Cemetary Cedarville. DALTON, James Henry Jr. (I1131)
 
158 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1783)
 
159 (Research):John arrived in Boston around 15 Oct 1847.
He was living in Weymouth around 22 Oct 1851.
He married his first wife, Mary Sullivan, in Boston in 1855.
He married his second wife, Catherine Moore, in Weymouth in 1864.
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Could not find the John Nelligan household in the 1860 US Census. I tried indices on Ancestry, FamilySearch, Fold3, HeritageQuest, MyHeritage. They purchased their house in April 1860 and the census was enumerated on 1 Jun 1860. Maybe they were caught in transition and missed?
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The townland of Gurteen is on the Dingle peninsula of Co. Kerry, in the Catholic Parish of Annascaul. The northern part of the townland is in the civil parish of or Ballynacourty. The southern part of the townland is in the civil parish of Ballinvoher.
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Who are Martin Nelligan of Brockton and Christopher Nelligan of South Weymouth. They were 2 of John's pall bearers.
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John bought the house at 49 Ketih Street in Weymouth Landing from Owen Taylor for $1000 on April 7, 1860. [Norfolk County Book 286 Page 178-179]
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On April 28, 1866, John bought a 6944 square foot lot across Prospect Street with a shop and outbuildings from Charles D. Whiting for $350. He sold the lot to Maurice Keohan for "$1 and other considerations" on April 21, 1896.
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Passenger List Possibilities
(1) John Nelligan, age 20, born abt 1830, arrived Boston 1850 aboard ship Parliament. Travelling with Daniel Nelligan, aged 14. 
NELLIGAN, John (I926)
 
160 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I720)
 
161 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I607)
 
162 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I641)
 
163 (Research):Knollwood Memorial Park, Canton, Section Garden of Gethsemane, Lot 247 B Grave 4 VERROCHI, Mariano Albert (I2217)
 
164 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I860)
 
165 (Research):LIST OR MANIFEST OF ALIEN PASSENGERS FOR THE UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION OFFICER AT PORT OF ARRIVAL -- S. S. AUGUSTUS, Passengers sailing from NAPLES, Febr 2nd, 1929, Arriving at port of NEW YORK, Feb 12, 1929

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, married, housewife, unable to read or write, speaks Italian, Nationality=Italian, born in Sulmona, visa # 6103 N.Q. issued at Naples on 31 Jan 1929, last permanent address was Sulmona, permanently joining husband DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, Mass, height 5' 5", hair brown, eyes brown, no marks

Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI, age 13, single, able to read and write, speaks Italian, Nationality=Italian, born in Sulmona, visa # 6105 N.Q. issued at Naples on 31 Jan 1929, last permanent address was Sulmona, permanently joining father DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, Mass,

Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI, age 8, single, unable to read or write, speaks Italian, Nationality=Italian, born in Sulmona, visa #6106 N.Q. issued at Naples on 31 Jan 1929, last permanent address was Sulmona, permanently joining father DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, Mass,

Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, age 16, single, housewife, able to read and write, speaks Italian, Nationality=Italian, born in Sulmona, visa #6104 N.Q. issued at Naples on 31 Jan 1929, last permanent address was Sulmona, permanently joining father DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, Mass, height 5' 5", hair brown, eyes brown, no marks

ADELINA MARINUCCI is the nearest relative residing in Sulmona. She is Vita's daughter and the sister of Guerino, Armando and Anna. 
MARINUCCI, Anna (I1160)
 
166 (Research):Mariano lived at 286 Moosehill Road, East Walpole, MA, from at least 1908 to 1940. VERROCHI, Mariano (I992)
 
167 (Research):Marion F Cashman married in Boston in 1940 vol 22 page 412 CASHMAN, Marion Frances (I464)
 
168 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I778)
 
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1939)
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2131)
 
171 (Research):Miss White was an accomplished soloist. WHITE, Mary Frances A. (I333)
 
172 (Research):MIT Class of 1933 (same class as Henry A. Cashman) CASHMAN, Captain John Joseph Jr. (I891)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I949)
 
174 (Research):On 13 Oct 1898 Catherine E. Berry Shea married Daniel J. Falvey who was born 1865. Is this Daniel the brother of Hannah Falvey? BERRY, Catherine "Kate" (I1194)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I35)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1099)
 
177 (Research):People Finders lists someone named Valentine Cashman whose birth date is 20 Oct 1921. This person lived at 21 Langley Cir Unit 2, Quincy, MA 02170. Raquel Cashman (DOB 26 Fe 1932) also lived at this address so I believe that Valentine Cashman was the same person as George William Cashman. CASHMAN, George William (I887)
 
178 (Research):Perhaps he stayed in Italy? There is a Lucia Verrochi who died in Boston in 2013 and was born in Sulmona to Donato Verrocchi and Maria Carolina.
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Lucia Verrocchi Frattaroli was born March 11, 1929, in Sulmona, Italy, the third of seven children [Giuseppe, Salvatore, Panfilo, Mario, Assunta and Wanda]. In 1949, she married Arturo Frattaroli and in post-war Italy she raised four sons and a daughter. Growing up she endured fascism, a world war and the German occupation of Sulmona. Her husband left for America, followed by two of her sons. It was more than a year after her husband left for the US that she joined him, bringing her youngest son and daughter but leaving behind her oldest child who had already begun a family of his own. Her family opened Lucia's Ristorante and Bar in the North End and Winchester. She died January 10, 2013. 
VERROCHI, Donato (I1499)
 
179 (Research):POSSIBLE CONFLICT :: On James and Catherine's marriage record, the witnesses are listed as Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Are these two men the fathers of the bride and groom or some other relation? If they are the fathers, then there is a conflict, because Catherine's father is listed as John Long on her death record. LONG, John (I658)
 
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I362)
 
181 (Research):Relationship to parents obtained from MyHeritage tree of Giovanni Ambrosini.
https://www.myheritage.com/person-7006950_54964821_54964821/agnese-dibiase-marone 
DIBIASE, Agnese (I2194)
 
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1598)
 
183 (Research):See attached sources. SOLIMANDO, Teresa (I1389)
 
184 (Research):See attached sources. SCOTT, Ernest Peck (I1217)
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1100)
 
186 (Research):See attached sources. VERROCHI, Frank (I799)
 
187 (Research):See attached sources. MURPHY, Edward F. (I392)
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18)
 
189 (Research):SIDNEY LIPSHIRES PAPERS AT UMASS ARCHIVES SPECIAL COLLECTIONS:

1940s-2011. 5 boxes (3.5 linear feet)

Ranging from an autobiographical account that outlines his development as an activist (prepared in anticipation of a trial for conspiracy charges under the Smith Act) to drafts and notes relating to his book Giving Them Hell, the Sidney Lipshires Papers offers an overview of his role in the Communist Party and as a labor organizer. The collection also contains his testimony in a 1955 public hearing before the Special Commission to Study and Investigate Communism and Subversive Activities, photographs, and biographical materials.

Subjects: Communism--United States--History. Communists--Massachusetts. Labor movement--United States--History--20th century. Labor unions--United States--Officials and employees--Biography. Contributors Lipshires, Sidney. Types of material Photographs. Call no.: MS 730 View related collections: Civil rights, Cold War culture, Communism & Socialism, Labor, Massachusetts (West), Photographs, Political activism, Social change, World War II :: No Comments (Source=http://www.library.umass.edu/spcoll/umarmot/?p=4763) 
LIPSHIRES, Sidney (I442)
 
190 (Research):Stayed in Sulmona, L'Aquila, Abruzzo, Italy. VERROCCHI, Domenico (I1501)
 
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I833)
 
192 (Research):Still not married at age 35 (1930 Census).

Reasons why I think Eleanor Leverentz married Theodore Gose:

1) Eleanor's mother Sophia, died at 8209 Escanaba Street.
2) The informant on Eleanor's mother's death certificate was Theodore F. Gose.
3) Theodore and Eleanor Gose lived at 8209 Escanaba in 1935 and 1940 according to US Census.
4) A 1969 Chicago obituary lists Theodore F. Gose as married to Eleanor, nee Leverentz. 
LEVERENTZ, Eleanor D. (I1694)
 
193 (Research):The 1928 Cambridge city directory lists a James E. Cashman Jr who lives at Boston and is a student at M.I.T. Could this be the same James E. Cashman Jr.? CASHMAN, James Eugene Jr. (I467)
 
194 (Research):The book, "Historical sketch of the city of Quincy (the granite city): illustrated souvenir," by The Fraternal Order of Elks, highlights the activities that William T. Shea most likely would have been involved in as a member of the Quincy Elks from its founding in 1904 until his death in 1913.

OUTSTANDING EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF QUINCY LODGE OF ELKS (1905-1913):

1905 : First Memorial Service, Sunday, December 3. 1906 : Responds to Cry for Help from stricken San Francisco. [famous earthquake and fire] 1906 : June 14 - Flag Day. 1907 : First Grand Charity Ball - February 11 - and held annually thereafter till the entry of the United States in the World War, 1917. 1907 : Dedication of Elks First Home on Foster Street - April 19. 1907 : Reception to Mayor and Officials of the City of Salem on occasion of the launching of the destroyer "Salem" built at Fore River. 1907 : First Grand Carnival held-first week in October-Entertained on Governor's Night, Governor Curtis Guild and staff 1907 : Inaugurated custom of giving Christmas baskets to needy families within jurisdiction-December 24. 1908 : Responds to call for assistance when fire destroys greater part of Chelsea. 1908 : Quincy Elks Baseball team wins championship of City Fraternal League. 1909 : Reception to officers of the battleship "New Jersey," built at Fore River, and just returned from famous trip around the world. Lodge presented with emblem done in gold on silk in Japan.
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by 18 Jun 1892, William T. Shea was an ex-Councilman. 
SHEA, William Thomas (I675)
 
195 (Research):THE CITY RECORD Thursday, September 27, 1900 page 5838 POLICE DEPARTMENT At a meeting of the Police Board of the Police Department of The City of New York, held on the 14th day of September, 100.The Chief of Police Patrolman Luke J. Cashman, from Twenty-fourth Precinct to Thirty-first Precinct. [The 24th Precinct is at 151 West 100th Street in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The 31st Precinct is no longer extant.] (There were mentions of other Cashmans in this report: a firefighter named John J. Cashman, a patrolman named William E. Cashman 74th Prec. to 72nd Prec., a fire dept employee named Edward J. Cashman.) ============================================================== The City of New York LAW DEPARTMENT REPORT for YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1905. John J. Delany, Corporation Counsel NEW YORK: MARTIN B. BROWN COMPANY, PRINTERS AND STATIONERS, Nos. 49 to 57 Park Place. 1906. --- Schedule 1. CERTIORARI AND MANDAMUS. page 588 Court.=Supreme, Kings Co. Register and Folio.=35/235 When Commenced.=July 14, 1902 Title of Action.=Cashman, Luke J. (ex rel.), vs. John N. Partirdge, etc.. Nature of Action.=Certiorari to review dismissal from Police Department. --- Schedule 3. REPORT OF COURT WORK DURING THE QUARTER-TRIALS, ARGUMENTS OF APPEALS AND MOTIONS, REFERENCES, HEARINGS BEFORE COMMISSIONERS, ETC. Court of Appeals page 662 Register and Folio.=35/235 TItle of Action.=People ex rel. Luke J. Cashman vs. J. N. Partridge Nature of Action.=Certiorari to review dismissal from Police Department Disposition.=Argued; decision reserved. J. D. Bell for the City. "Determination affirmed with costs." --- Schedule 4. JUDGMENTS, ORDERS AND DECREES ENTERED. Judgments Entered in Favor of the City During the Year Page 714 Register and Folio= 35 / 235 Judgment Debtor.= Luke J. Cashman Judgment Creditor.= J. N. Partridge Cause of Action.= Certiorari to review dismissal from Police Department Amount.= $66.60 ============================================================== THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK: A Statement of Facts Published by The City Club of New York, October, 1903 APPENDIX I STATEMENT SHOWING THE MEN DISMISSED FROM THE FORCE DURING THE YEAR 1902, THE CHARGE UPON WHICH THEY WERE DISMISSED, THE DATES OF DISMISSAL AND CERTIORARI, ETC. page 81 Rank=Patrolman Name=Luke J. Cashman Precinct=15 Date of Complaint=June 11 Date Dismissed Force=July 8 Nature of Complaint=Assaulted Patrolman Williams Date Certiorari=Aug. 7 Status Certiorari=Pending ============================================================== REPORTS OF CASES HEARD AND DETERMINED IN THE APPELLATE DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. VOLUME CVI. 1905 Publshed J. B. Lyon Company, Albany, N.Y. --- DECISIONS IN CASES NOT REPORTED. THIRD DEPARTMENT, JUNE, 1905 [VOL. 106] page 614 The People of the State of New York ex rel. Luke J. Cashman, Relator, v. John N. Partridge, as Police Commissioner of the City of New York, Respondent. - Determination confirmed with costs. No opinion. Hirschberg, P. J., Bartlett, Woodward and Rich, JJ., concurred; Jenks, J., dissented. ==============================================================
The NYC death index listed a Luke Cashman who died on 19 Aug 1952 so I mailed a request for the death certificate to the NYC Office of Vital Records in the Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene in October 2019. It arrived on 15 Feb 2020 but it might not be for the right Luke Cashman. The listed birthplace [Ireland], marital state [single] and name of father [Luke Cashman] are all incorrect. But, the informant was not a family member, it was an administrator at the Hall of Records at Bellevue Hospital. If Luke died without friends or family nearby, there wouldn't have been anyone who could provide his correct data. 
CASHMAN, Luke John (I191)
 
196 (Research):The death certificate of Hildegard Leverentz lists her father's name as Ernest Maina instead of Rudolph Meina. The informant for this information was Hildegard's daughter, Ruth. I suspect that Ruth confused her grandmother's name (Ernestina) with her grandfather's name. Ruth stated that she did not know the name of her grandmother. The accuracy of Ruth's testimony is suspect. MEINA, Rudolph (I1700)
 
197 (Research):The largest Pomeranian cities are Szczecin, Koszalin, Slupsk and Stargard Szczecinski in Poland, and Stralsund and Greifswald in Germany.
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RE: St. James German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chicago (site of marriage of Henry & Sophia)
Marge Olson posted on 16 Nov 2005: I went to this church on Chicago's near north side and it was wonderful. They are so helpful and bring you the appropo books and let you sit and copy whatever info you find in writing or will photocopy if you need it. It is in German but most in a clear writing. I found a wealth of info there, ie on the death of a great grandfather and where he was buried, where he came from in Germany. Also another gr. grandfather who was married there a second time (widower) and where he came from in Germany. Call the church and make arrangements on when to go. 
LEVERENTZ, Henry W. (I1690)
 
198 (Research):The perambulation book in the Land Valuation Office shows Denis Cashman among the evicted tent ants of Donoughmore. In 1850, one Denis Cashman held a house on Lackenshoneen in Carrigrohane Beg (Catholic Inniscarra parish). Searches in the Valuation office cancellation books showed Denis as the listed occupier until 1897 when he was replaced by one, William Flynn. "This makes it unlikely that he was Denis, father of James (b. 1819), but he may have been James's brother, Denis (b. 1821). James' father Denis would have been 96-106 years old by 1896. James' brother, Denis, would have been 76 in 1896." -- Eileen O'Byrne, B.A., B.L., A.P.G.L., 29 Oct 2001

The Lackenshoneen record states that Denis lived in a house leased from Benjamin Cross on land leased by Benjamin Cross from Philip Cross.

In a descendant report that was found amid Jay's genealogy files, Denis' wife is listed as Mary Moynehan, but there is no source citation to back it up. Eileen O'Byrne, B.A., B.L., A.P.G.L. located a record showing the marriage of a Denis Cashman to Mary Moynahan of Dunour townland but found it inconclusive because it did not contain any information about their origins. In her report of 29 Oct 2001, Eileen opined that without that information, it is not possible to confirm that this is the right Denis. 
CASHMAN, Denis (I221)
 
199 (Research):There was a Jeremiah Philpot that was baptised on 7 Nov 1848 in the parish of Banteer, Co. Cork. His parents were Luke Philpot and Mary Long. Their residence was Lagtann. Sponsors were Pat Buckley and Johanna Murphy. Parish variant to Banteer is Clonmeen.

Source: Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers, 1655-1915 on Ancestry.com 
PHILPOTT, Jeremiah (I1927)
 
200 (Research):There was an Eleanor Katherine Cashman who was a member of the Simmons College Class of 1923. Is this our girl?
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Created by: Paulette Sampson
Record added: May 26, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70407249

Dau of James Eugene Cashman 1876-1931 & Ada S [James] Cashman 1875-1958.
She was born in Braintree, Mass but the family soon moved to Vermont and established the Family Homestead @ 396 S Union St, Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont.
Eleanor was employed for many years by the US VETRANS BUREAU and enjoyed traveling to Europe and went to the Panama Canal Zone as well.
She married late in life to Mr Prunier and divorced him later.
Eleanor died in Columbine Methodist Hospital after 3 days of pneumonia and had been diagnosed with Senile Dementia.

Burial:
Lakeview Cemetery
Burlington
Chittenden County
Vermont, USA 
CASHMAN, Eleanor Katherine (I465)
 

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