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1001 The GPS coordinates of this grave are:  N 42* 11.404'   W 070* 43.925'

Decimal Degrees:  42.190067      -70.732083 
MURPHY, William Thomas (I815)
 
1002 The GPS coordinates of this grave are:  N 42* 11.404'   W 070* 43.925'

Decimal Degrees:  42.190067      -70.732083 
MURPHY, Patrick (I755)
 
1003 The groom's present to the bride was a piano and also a diamond necklace. The groom presented the best man a diamond scarf pin, and the maid of honor a diamond locket. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy left that evening for a two weeks' trip to Washington, D.C. Spouse F156
 
1004 The highest grade completed by Agnete was the first year of high school. NIELSEN, Agnete (I1680)
 
1005 The highest grade completed by Bennett was 8th grade.
In April of 1930, Bennett owned a radio. 
JENSEN, Bennett M. (I1678)
 
1006 The highest grade completed by Christian was 8th grade.
Christian could read and write and speak English. 
JENSEN, Christian (I1603)
 
1007 The library has bound versions of this newspaper and microfilm versions as well. Source Source: S19 (S19)
 
1008 The marriage record indicates that William and Alice Mary were married in the rectory of St. Mary's parish, rather than in the church. Spouse F4
 
1009 The marriage took place at Aghabulloge in the Diocese of Cloyne. Parish variants are Aghabologe and Coachford. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. O'Mahony [Rev. Denis Mahony] Spouse F6
 
1010 The Milton Cemetery O'BRIEN, Thomas Francis (I923)
 
1011 The Milton Cemetery CASHMAN, Anna Beatrice (I671)
 
1012 The Milton Cemetery (Milton, Ma).  photocopy of notecard. Source Source: S120 (S120)
 
1013 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 3407, Circle Avenue CASHMAN, John Joseph Sr. (I975)
 
1014 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 3407, Circle Avenue CASHMAN, Eugene F. (I921)
 
1015 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 3407, Circle Avenue CASHMAN, Captain John Joseph Jr. (I891)
 
1016 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 3407, Circle Avenue CAREY, Theresa Haslam (I889)
 
1017 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 3407, Circle Avenue HEALY, Louise M. (I504)
 
1018 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 4483, Brook Avenue SOLIMANDO, Michael (I103)
 
1019 The Milton Cemetery/Lot 4483, Brook Avenue VERROCHI, Madeline Lena (I102)
 
1020 The New York Times.  New York, New York.  Online archives. www.nytimes.com. Source Source: S268 (S268)
 
1021 The Quincy High Yearbook listed Edward Reardon as in the ARMY in December of 1917. REARDON, Timothy Edward (I881)
 
1022 The Quincy High Yearbook listed Edward Reardon as in the ARMY in December of 1917. REARDON, Edward E. (I339)
 
1023 The Register (also called the Yarmouth Register and Dennis-Yarmouth Register) began publication in 1836, and often espoused opposite political views than those voiced in the Barnstable Patriot. It, too, covered Cape-wide and national news, with a special focus on Yarmouth, Dennis, and later Barnstable as well. Source Source: S403 (S403)
 
1024 The Reunion Committee.  Verrocchio.  Leaflet.  , 1978. Source Source: S252 (S252)
 
1025 The Seattle Times.  Washington, Seattle.  Online archives. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/seattletimes/obituary-print.aspx?n=ru dolf-joseph-denkinger&pid=153419325 : 2011. Source Source: S61 (S61)
 
1026 The Trustees of Boston College.  Boston College Magazine. http://bcm.bc.edu/ : 2013. Source Source: S232 (S232)
 
1027 The undertaker was Dennis S. Sweeney of Quincy. MURPHY, Mary Frances (I194)
 
1028 The undertaker was J. Ernest Sullivan of Rockland, Mass. CASHMAN, Dennis J. (I188)
 
1029 The wedding either took place in Arlington, MA, or Quincy, MA. There are index entries for both.
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On 30 Oct 2019, Dr. Daniel B. Reardon wrote, "Ruth Salter and George Reardon were married at the same ceremony as Janet Salter and Andrew O'Brien on October 11, 1941. I believe they were married in Quincy because both the Salter parents had died in the previous year or two. I suspect their wedding party was at Quincy's Neighborhood club and I am sure the Patriot Ledger would have had an article."
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The newspaper article, which appeared in the Patriot Ledger on Saturday, October 11, 1941, stated that the wedding took place in Arlington, MA, at St. Agnes' Church. 
Spouse F39
 
1030 The wedding was officated by Rev. James F. Haney of Newton Centre. Spouse F634
 
1031 The wedding was officiated by Rev. Eugene A. Maguire. Spouse F654
 
1032 The witnesses to the marriage were Leonardo Scolaciatte and Maria Antonia D'Amelia. Spouse F333
 
1033 The witnesses were Franick Gentile and Consetta Gentile. The presider was W. Hullrich. Spouse F147
 
1034 The witnesses were Philip's siblings, William J. Cashman and Ann M. McCoig. Spouse F44
 
1035 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F754
 
1036 There's a Priscilla White who was a violin player in Boston during this period. Is this the same person? POTTER, Ethel Priscilla (I1354)
 
1037 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F776
 
1038 They were married at St. Patrick Catholic Church. Spouse F66
 
1039 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F856
 
1040 They were married by Rev. Athanasius Butelli at Boston, Spouse F299
 
1041 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F393
 
1042 This collection is an index of names, birthdates, addresses, phone numbers, and possible relatives of people who reside in the United States between 1970 and 2009, although there are a few records outside this range. These records were generated from telephone directories, property tax assessments, credit applications, and other records available to the public. Source Source: S456 (S456)
 
1043 This database was created from digital images and index contributed to NEHGS by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives. The probate cases include wills, guardianships, administrations, and various other types of probate records except adoptions, which are not public records in Massachusetts. The cases range in length from one to over 14,000 pages, with a total of over 796,000 individual file papers. Source Source: S475 (S475)
 
1044 This database was created from digital images and index contributed to NEHGS by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives. The probate cases include wills, guardianships, administrations, and various other types of probate records except adoptions, which are not public records in Massachusetts. The cases range in length from one to over 14,000 pages, with a total of over 796,000 individual file papers. Source Source: S482 (S482)
 
1045 This directory was reproduced courtesy of the New England Historic Genealogical Society (www.nehgs.org). Source Source: S169 (S169)
 
1046 This entire product and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society. 2004. Source Source: S348 (S348)
 
1047 This entire product and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society. 2004. Source Source: S121 (S121)
 
1048 This entire product and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society. 2004. Source Source: S321 (S321)
 
1049 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MURPHY, Edward (I1202)
 
1050 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MCCARTHY, John I. (I849)
 
1051 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
WELCH, Anastasia Coleman (I626)
 
1052 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MURPHY, Mary Ellen (I621)
 
1053 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MURPHY, Margaret A. (I620)
 
1054 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MCCARTHY, Anastatia C. (I617)
 
1055 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:      -70.7312.
     
MCCARTHY, Jeremiah (I606)
 
1056 This grave is located at the following GPS coordiantes: Latitude: 42.189767, Longitude:70.7312.
     
MURPHY, Edward (I386)
 
1057 This grave is located at the following GPS coordinates: Latitude: 42.189267; Longitude: -70.731317 MURPHY, Anna Elizabeth "Annie" (I393)
 
1058 This grave is located at the following GPS coordinates: Latitude: 42.189267; Longitude: -70.731317 MURPHY, Peter (I305)
 
1059 This grave is located at the following GPS coordinates: Latitude: 42.189267; Longitude: -70.731317 DEVLIN, Bridget (I304)
 
1060 This was the first marriage for both Thomas and Deborah. At the time of wedding, Thomas was 22 and Deborah was 25. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Patrick J. Rogers of Boston and took place at Holy Cross Catholic Church, the first church built in Boston for Catholics. Spouse F699
 
1061 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F605
 
1062 Thomas died at Norwood Hospital. VERROCHI, Thomas Jr. (I1902)
 
1063 Thomas F. O'Brien, retired hardware dealer, was a native of Quincy and lived in Milton for 45 years.

On May 9, 1916, Thomas F. O'Brien purchased the house and property at 37 Huntington Road, Milton, from William Golding of Franklin, MA.

On June 1, 1916, Thomas F. O'Brien took out a mortgage on the house with the West Roxbury Co-operative Bank. He paid it off on May 22, 1922.

On May 24, 1922, Thomas F. and Beatrice C. O'Brien sold the house and property at 37 Huntington Road, Milton, to Clarence L. and Eva M. Nichols of Quincy.

In 1940, Thomas and Anna Beatrice were living at 24 Washington St, in East Milton, with their four unmarried children, who ranged in age from 23 to 14.

OCCUPATIONS:

In 1920, Thomas was employed as a bookkeeper at a glue store.
In 1930, he was employed as a salesman.
In 1940, he was the proprietor of a hardware store at 534 Adams Street in East Milton.

In late 1945, he sold the store to John J. Pendoley who had been employed for ten years before WWII. Pendoley ran the store until his death in 1961. [Source: https://openarchives.umb.edu/digital/collection/p15774coll6/id/1614] 
O'BRIEN, Thomas Francis (I923)
 
1064 Thomas was born in the Hamlet of Annascall. The Roman Catholic church where the Nelligans would have worshipped was located in this hamlet. Perhaps the Fords and Nelligans met at church? It is highly likely that Deborah Nelligan and Thomas Ford knew each other in Ireland. FORD, Thomas B. (I2174)
 
1065 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2380)
 
1066 Tom taught carpentry in Gloucester schools  where he met his wife Agnes. He was a model for Gloucester artist Eben Comins, and was with the US Coast Guard during World War II. BROPHY, Thomas Leander (I1395)
 
1067 Took a covered wagon to the Western Reserve. SAWYER, Harriet "Aunt Hat" (I1271)
 
1068 trismus nascentium ("infant lock-jaw") CASHMAN, Mabel (I674)
 
1069 tubercular meningitis w/convulsions WHITE, Henry James (I1372)
 
1070 twin of Eugene CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
1071 twin of Joseph CASHMAN, Eugene (I500)
 
1072 Twins Joseph and Eugene Cashman both died on 10 Sep 1889 at the age of 20 days. The cause of death was listed as "athrepsia." Athrepsia is defined as severe malnutrition affecting infants and children especially of impoverished regions that is characterized by poor growth, loss of subcutaneous fat, muscle atrophy, apathy, and pronounced weight loss and is usually caused by a diet deficient in calories and proteins but sometimes by disease (as dysentery or giardiasis). CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
1073 Twins Joseph and Eugene Cashman both died on 10 Sep 1889 at the age of 20 days. The cause of death was listed as "athrepsia." Athrepsia is defined as severe malnutrition affecting infants and children especially of impoverished regions that is characterized by poor growth, loss of subcutaneous fat, muscle atrophy, apathy, and pronounced weight loss and is usually caused by a diet deficient in calories and proteins but sometimes by disease (as dysentery or giardiasis). CASHMAN, Eugene (I500)
 
1074 U.S. District Court NELLIGAN, John (I926)
 
1075 U.S. District Court NELLIGAN, Edward Jr. (I808)
 
1076 U.S. District Court. NELLIGAN, Edward Jr. (I808)
 
1077 Undertaker: Eric B. Nielsen of Christ Nielsen Inc., 3301 Fullerton Ave, Chicago, Illinois. JENSEN, Charles J. (I1595)
 
1078 VERROCHI - Of East Walpole, April 13, 1980, Peter, beloved husband of the late Constance C. (Franciosi), father of Mary Ann, Peter, Jr., David, Joseph, and Michael all of East Walpole, Dorothy McNair of Sharon, Nancy Callaghan, and June King both of Medfield, and Robert of Hyde Park, brother of Thomas of East Walpole, Nicholas of Norwood, and Rose Petracca of Walpole, Also survived by 12 grandchildren. Funeral from The James H. Delaney Funeral Home, 48 Common St., Walpole, on Wednesday, at 9 am. Funeral Mass in St. Mary's Church, East Walpole, at 10 am. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours: Monday, 7-9, and Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 am. VERROCHI, Peter (I1061)
 
1079 Walter and Hildegard were married by Karl Schmidt, an Evangelical Lutheran Pastor. Spouse F73
 
1080 was South Scituate from 1849 to 1878 CASHMAN, Catherine A. (I187)
 
1081 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I779)
 
1082 When Daniel Riordon was twenty-nine years old, he married Julia Cashman, an eighteen year old Irish-born girl from the neighboring town of Hanover. This was his second marriage and Julia's first. RIORDAN, Daniel (I784)
 
1083 When Henry was at the University of Vermont he was a Private in the S.A.T.C, the Student Army Training Corps. As America entered World War I, the U.S. War Department (a precursor to the Defense Department) inaugurated the Student Army Training Corps (SATC), a program designed to use existing colleges and universities as training facilities for new military personnel. Instructors were hired under a temporary contract, with the universities and colleges subsequently reimbursed by the government for expenses. Well over a hundred institutions of higher education, including the University of Vermont, took part training young men to become soldiers in a collegiate atmosphere. The SATC was the World War I incarnation of the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) that continues to flourish on American college and university campuses in the twenty-first century. NELLIGAN, Henry L. (I517)
 
1084 William is buried in Lot-1303 Grv-5 in the TERRACE section of the cemetery. VERROCHI, William Anthony (I2268)
 
1085 William Joseph Cashman Jr. was graduated from the Willard grammar school in Quincy on the afternoon of Friday, January 23rd, at the Quincy high school hall. He was one of 27 graduates of the Willard School. [Source: Patriot Ledger (Quincy, MA), Friday, January 23, 1920, pages 1-3]

William was a registered Democrat in 1930, 1932, 1934, 1936.

"It might be of interest that my Uncle William was, at the time of his death in the 1960's, the last surviving member of Dr. Robert Goddard's crew. We are trying to find out a little more about his career. I met him shortly before he died when he came to Boston on business for the Jed Propulsion Lab with a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist." - Regina Gookin, 10 Apr 2007 
CASHMAN, William Joseph Jr. (I297)
 
1086 Willie O'Connor used to mow the grass at the Flynn gravesite in Rockland, MA. (Source=Mary Ellen Chase email, 18 May 2012) O'CONNOR, William Timothy (I786)
 
1087 Witnesses were Joseph and Lucia Labadessa. Spouse F771
 
1088 VERROCCHI, Domenico (I1501)
 
1089 VERROCHI, Donato (I1499)
 
1090 MCKAY, Edith (I1415)
 
1091 LYONS, John (I1413)
 
1092 LYONS, Robert (I1412)
 
1093 LYONS, Lawrence W. Jr. (I1411)
 
1094 REARDON, Kathleen wife of Vincent (I1410)
 
1095 LYNCH, Helen (I1408)
 
1096 REARDON, Thomas (I1407)
 
1097 REARDON, Richard (I1406)
 
1098 REARDON, Mary Ann (I1405)
 
1099 REARDON, Francis (I1404)
 
1100 REARDON, James (I1403)
 

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