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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1172)
 
202 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I562)
 
203 About three months after her husband died, Hannah purchased a lovely Victorian house at on the corner of Adams Street and Washington Street. The address of the house was 652 Adams Street. FALVEY, Hannah Marie (I303)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I37)
 
205 According to City Directories:

In 1902 - 1904, William J. Cashman was a machinists' apprentice boarding at his father's house at 49 Cross Street.

In 1905, William J. Cashman was a machinist, living in Dorchester at 17 Newport Street.

In 1906, William J. Cashman was a machinist, boarding at his father's house at 49 Cross Street.


Memories of William J. Cashman by Brian Cashman, 9 Sep 2011
There are lots of stories about Grampa Cashman. The most notable concerned his choice of automobiles. He was known to only drive Buicks which he drove each year to Florida for winter vacation. The one year he decided to purchase and Oldsmobile, he had an accident driving to Florida in which he lost a leg. From the point on, he went back to Buicks. --- He enjoyed a cigar from time to time and had a leather chair that was his favorite place to enjoy listening to Red Sox games. He also loved buying a new automobile each year, sort of his pride and joy, and was known to drive as far as New York City to buy a cup of coffee before heading back home the same day.


Sailed from Hamilton, Bermuda, on January 31, 1925 aboard the S. S. Fort Victoria. Arrived New York, NY, on February 2, 1925. 
CASHMAN, William Joseph Sr. (I974)
 
206 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I503)
 
207 According to his 1920 US Passport Application, John Frederick Spence intended to make a four-month trip to Europe, beginning on 14 Feb 1920, for the purpose of buying and selling leather. He planned to leave New York on the Rochambeau and visit the countries of England, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Holland, Denmark, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, and Spain.

According to his 1923 US Passport Application, John Frederick Spence intended to travel to Europe to conduct business for the Rockland Welting Co. He planned to leave the US from the port of Boston on 26 May 1923 aboard the Scythia and visit the countries of England, Germany, France, Italy and Belgium.

John was a member of the Harvard Class of 1909. He attended Harvard Business School in 1910. Family lore suggests that he was the first honor graduate of the Harvard Business School. (Source=Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012)

The 1919 Harvard Alumni Directory (page 665) has the following listing for John: Spence, John Frederick [c 06-09, A.B. 10; gb 09-11, M.B.A. Mfg.] 238 Union St., Rockland, Mass.

What this means is that John attended the college from 1906 to 1909 and was awarded his Bachelor of Arts in 1910. He also attended the Graduate School of Business Administration from 1909 to 1911 and was awarded his MBA degree in 1911. In 1919, John reported that he was working in manufacturing and living at 238 Union Street, Rockland, Mass. 
SPENCE, John Frederick (I348)
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I509)
 
209 According to James E. Cashman III, Grace's husband, Pete Peterson was a naval architect who specialized in luxury yachts. Pete and Grace moved to Japan in the 1960's where he worked for Kawasaki ship building and she taught English. CASHMAN, Grace Louise (I7)
 
210 According to James E. Cashman III, James Wallace was a major in the Army and during WWII, was a member of the combined US/Canadian group that was a pre-ccursor to the Special Forces. James E. Cashman III still has a red arrowhead emblem that once belonged to Wallace. James and his wife Marion lived in Washington, D.C. WALLACE, James W. (I470)
 
211 According to James E. Cashman III, Pete Peterson was a naval architect who specialized in luxury yachts. He and his wife moved to Japan in the 1960's where he worked for Kawasaki ship building and Grace taught English. PETERSON, William E. "Pete" Jr. (I6)
 
212 According to Jay, Charles Cashman Dalton was the clerk of courts in Barnstable County.

At the time of their wedding in 1936, Charles was living in Sandwich and Anne Frances was living in Osterville.

Charles Dalton dies at 65 -- SANDWICH - Charles C. Dalton, 65, of Tupper Road, who served as chief clerk of the Barnstable County District Court for the past 35 years, died Wednesday after collapsing at the Sandwich Pharmacy at 10:15 a.m. Dalton has been quite ill over the past two years having suffered several heart attacks, according to colleagues at Barnstable County Court house. A recent attack six weeks ago required his absence from court duties. "I'd have to say that the county and the state of Massachusetts have lost an able and a dedicated public servant," presiding Judge Henry L. Murphy said of Dalton's death. "We will all miss him at the court house, and of course I've lost a good friend. This is a deep loss to me personally." Murphy pointed out that Dalton had been clerk of First District Court as long as he had been the judge here. Born in Sandwich he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles[sic] (Cashman) Dalton and was educated in Sandwich schools and has been a resident here all of his life. Dalton has been considered as responsible for the development of the Sandwich Marina now owned by the Town and constructed at the edge of the Cape Cod Canal. H is survived by his widow, Ann (Cross), a niece, Mrs. Carole Vigliano of Sandwich, a nephew John W. Dalton Jr. of Belgium and cousins James Henry Dalton of East Sandwich and Catherine Crowley of Dorchester. Funeral services will be from the Nickerson Bourne Funeral Home followed by a Mass of Requiem at Corpus Christi Church at 11 a.m. Saturday. Interment will be at St. Peter's Cemetery in Sandwich. Visiting hours at the Sandwich funeral home will be from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. [Source: Cape Cod Times, 1972] 
DALTON, Charles Cashman (I323)
 
213 According to John Curran, in 2012, Andrew J. O'Brien, Jr., is living in Scituate. O'BRIEN, Andrew J. Jr. (I647)
 
214 According to the 1940 US Census, Marion completed four years of college. CASHMAN, Marion Frances (I464)
 
215 According to the 1940 US Census, Marion completed four years of high school. DORN, Frank Charles (I768)
 
216 According to the book, Steamboats Of Gloucester And The North Shore, the Tug Gorham H. Whitney used to be the Tug Nellie.

"Nellie, built June 1902, by Arthur D. Story for the Gloucester Towboard Co. Crew: Captain Osborn P. Linnekin (1905-1911), resided at 12 Lookout Street, Gloucester; Engineer Charles E. Locke (1913), resided at 5 Oak Street, Gloucester; Mate Peter J. Saxild (1913), later engineer (1916), resided at 10 Decatur Street, Gloucester.
The Nellie was probably sold in the teens to Boston interests, perhaps the Bay State Dredge and Dock Co., and renamed the Gorham H. Whitney."

[Source: Steamboats Of Gloucester And The North Shore, By John Lester Sutherland, The History Press, Charleston, SC, p. 156]
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Gorham Horatio Whitney was born at 35 Codman Park in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, MA, on 30 Mar 1881. He was the second child of Gorham H. B. Whitney and Henrietta Marie Rogers.

Gorham Horatio Whitney, was employed by Bay State Dredging & Contracting Co. He started with the firm in 1899, at the age of 18, immediately after his graduation from English High School. His obituary stated that he was associated with the company for 49 years.

In 1913, he was listed as superintendent of the company. (Boston Journal article)
In 1923, he was listed as president of the company. (BSCE Journal ad )
In 1925, he was listed as president of the company. (Boston Globe accident article)
In 1930, he was listed as president of the company. (1930 US Census)
In 1930, he was listed as president of the company. (Boston Globe article)
In 1948, he was listed as president of the company. (obituary)

In 1907, Gorham married Edith Brownell Winn.

In October of 1925, he was injured in an automobile accident in Plymouth. The car he was driving, with a passenger named Scott, skidded near the Cornish House, struck the street car track, and went through a fence down a 20-foot embankment, turning over twice and landing in a meadow with driver and passenger under the auto. The car had to be lifted before the men could be pulled out. Mr. Scott was not injured. Whitney was bruised and cut, but was discharged from Jordan Hospital that same evening.

The Gorham H. Whitney family had a summer cottage on Mann Hill Beach in Scituate. They summered there from at least 1925 to 1932.

In 1942, Gorham was physically described as 5 ft 8 3/4 inches tall, 130 pounds, gray eyes, black hair, ruddy complexion, no marks or disabilities.

Gorham Horatio Whitney lived in Somerville, MA from at least 1900 to 1910. He lived in Medford, MA, from at least 12 Sep 1918 to 26 Apr 1942. At the time of his death in 1948, he was living at 60 Brattle Street in Cambridge, MA. He is buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA.

Gorham was vice-president of the North Atlantic Dredging Company with headquarters in New York City. H was a member of the Dredge Owners' Association of America and the Engineers' Club of Boston.

Gorham died at age 67, on 17 Dec 1948 at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, MA, after a long illness. His funeral was held at Story Chapel, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA. He was buried there as well.
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Gorham Horatio Whitney and Edith Brownell Winn had the following children:

1.      Elizabeth S. Whitney was born on 15 Nov 1913 in Massachusetts, USA. She died on 16 Oct 1980 in North Reading, Massachusetts, USA. She married John S. "Jack" Rowntree in Feb 1936 in Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. She lived in Lexington, MA in 1948. Jack and Elizabeth had a son, John Timothy, who was born around 1940 and is still living.
2.      Edith Kathryn Whitney was born on 30 Jun 1908 in Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 16 Nov 1973 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. She married Edmund Arthur Packard in Jun 1933 in Medford, MA. She lived in Egypt, MA in 1948. Edmund & Kathryn had a son, Daniel Whitney Packard who was born around 1939 and is still living.
3.      Nancy Whitney was born about 1925 in Massachusetts. She married Ralph Bruce LaRose in Leesville, LA, on 7 April 1943. She lived in Arlington, MA in 1948.
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Gorham's widow, Edith, died at age 77, in 1961. She was living in Wellesley, MA, at the time of her death. According to her obituary, she had three daughters, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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Gorham's father, Gorham H. B. Whitney, was born in Richmond, Maine. During the Civil War, he served in Company H, Maine 12th Infantry Regiment from 13 Mar 1865 to 18 Apr 1866. He was a carpenter and builder with G. & L. H. Whitney, carpenters. (This probably stood for Gorham & Levi Whitney - Levi was his brother, also a carpenter.) He died on the job on 23 Oct 1888 at age 48 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 from a fractured skull. Gorham H. Whitney was just seven years old at the tie of his father's death.
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Gorham's mother, Henrietta was born in Georgetown, ME.
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Gorham H. Whitney's father and uncle were carpenters and had a business called, "G. & L. H. Whitney, Carpenters." Gorham's father died when Gorham was only seven years old. Gorham went to English High School and graduated in 1899. He started with Bay State Dredging immediately after graduation and allegedly was with the firm for 49 years.
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Gorham H. Whitney was called "Gobey" around work sites and by his grandchildren. Gorham's middle daughter, Elizabeth Whitney Rowntree, had the nickname "Wid." Gorham's youngest daughter, Nancy, dated Ted Williams, the baseball player, but ended up marrying Bruce LaRose. Nancy had a nervous disorder that caused her to be hospitalized occasionally. Her husband Bruce took good care of her despite the fact that he was paralyzed, a condition that did not stop him from working on the boats. 
WHITNEY, Gorham Horatio (I1349)
 
217 According to William J. Cashman's death certificate, Jean was living with him at 75 Russell Street at the time of his death. Perhaps Jean took care of him in his final years.
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Jean A. Cashman, 79, of Laurel Park died Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, at Four Seasons Hospice Elizabeth House.

She was a native of Quincy, Mass., and lived in Henderson County since 1989. She worked for New England Telephone in New York City and was a member of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church.

She is survived by a sister, Ann M. McCoig of Bellevue, Wash.; and several nieces, nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews.

A memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Our Lady of the Angels Chapel of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church. The Rev. John Salvas will officiate. Memorials may be made to Four Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, P.O. Box 2395, Hendersonville, N.C. 28793.

Thos. Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors & Cremation Memorial Center is in charge of the arrangements. [Source: www.blueridgenow.com]
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Of Hendersonville, NC formerly of Quincy, August 5, 2005. Loving sister of Ann M. McCoig of Bellevue, WA. Also survived by several nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home, 785 Hancock Street, WOLLASTON Monday at 8 AM. Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church, North Quincy at 9 AM. Visitation prior to the Mass. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, W. Quincy. Donations in memory of Jean may be made to Four Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, P.O. Box 2395, Hendersonville, NC 28793. Call 1-800-Keohane or see www.Keohane.com for directions & online condolences. [Source: www.legacy.com] 
CASHMAN, Jean Agnes (I890)
 
218 acute dilatation heart contributed to by arteriosclerosis RILEY, Margaret (I308)
 
219 After graduating high school, "Adeline" enrolled in a Quincy training class. By December of 1895, she was teaching in Sandwich, MA. As of February 1897 she was teaching at the Gridley Bryant School in Quincy.

Addie taught at the Farmersville school. Farmersville school house moved in 1948 to Thompsons, 185 Great Marsh Road, Centerville, Barnstable. (3 houses on the lot)

21 Oct 1895 - South Sandwich - "School commenced Monday with Miss Adeline Cashman as teacher. She boards with Mrs. Thankful Ewer." [Source: Hyannis Patriot, Monday, October, 21, 1895, page 5]

18 Nov 1895 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman visited the Bourne school Friday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, November 18, 1985, page 5]

9 Dec 1895 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman spent Thanksgiving at her home in Quincy. School commenced Tuesday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, December 9, 1895, page 5]

23 Mar 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned to Quincy for a vacation of one week. Quite a number visited the school Thursday, and report very favorably of the exercises and the evident improvement in the school. Music is a new feature introduced into the school and the manner in which even the little ones join in that part of the day's labor, shows how much it is enjoyed. Miss Cashman appears to be giving universal satisfaction, and we hope to retain her services for another year." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, March 23, 1896, page 3]

6 Apr 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned from Quincy. School commenced Tuesday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, April 6, 1896, page 3]

25 May 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned from Quincy." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, May 25, 1896, page 3]

22 Jun 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Minnie Cashman of Quincy is a guest of her sister, Miss Adeline Cashman." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, June 22, 1896, page 3]

4 Jan 1897 - South Sandwich - "We were pleased to receive a call from one of our former teachers, Miss Adeline Cashman of Quincy, the past week." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, January 4, 1897, page 3]

21 Jan 1901 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman of Quincy is being entertained by Miss Eliza A. Faunce." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, January 21, 1901, page 3]

Mrs. Adeline Dalton - SANDWICH, May 10 - Mrs Adeline (Cashman) Dalton, 82, mother of Charles C. Dalton, clerk of the Barnstable District Court, died today at Sandwich Nursing Home. She made her home with her son on Tupper road. She was the widow of John W. Dalton, for many years a member of the Boston Globe editorial staff and author of a book entitled "Life Savers of Cape Cod." Native of Quincy, Mrs. Dalton was graduated from Quincy Normal School and had been a teacher in Sandwich public schools for many years. She was a trustee of Weston Memorial Library. She also leaves another son, John W. Jr. and a grandson, John W. 3d, both of Somerville; a brother, William J. Cashman of Atlantic, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry C. Hamel of Biddeford, Me., and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien of East Milton. A solemn high mass will be sung Monday at 10 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetry. [Source: Daily Boston Globe (1928-1960); May 11, 1957; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Boston Globe (1872-1979) pg. 14]

Adeline taught in the Sandwich public schools for 15 years. 
CASHMAN, Catherine Adeline "Addie" (I310)
 
220 Agnes Theresa Reardon (1895-1982)  was the daughter of William Reardon, one of Daniel Bartholomew Reardon's brothers, and of Agnes Kelly, and grew up on Samoset Road in the Merrymount section of Quincy, MA. She attended the Sargent School of Physical Education at Boston University, and taught physical education in Gloucester schools for m many years, where she met Tom. He taught carpentry, was a model for Gloucester artist Eben Comins, and was with the US Coast Guard during World War II. REARDON, Agnes Theresa (I1394)
 
221 Agnes was traveling with Anna Gertrude Reardon Lyons when Anna died accidentally at age 82. They were both  in Lebanon to attend the wedding of Marianne Lyons. CONNOR, Agnes L. (I1105)
 
222 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F121
 
223 Alternate burial date of 13 May 2005 from Cronin O'Brien family group sheet provided by John Curran. O'BRIEN, Catherine Regina (I924)
 
224 Alternate mariage place from family group sheet obtained from John Curran: Hingham, Plymouth, MA. Spouse F17
 
225 Among the ancient Celtic names, SHEA is one of the oldest and best known. Many of America's foremost business men bear it, and it is known in every locality where there is activity and industry. The ancient city of Quincy (ancient as a settlement, if not as a city) is indebted to those bearing this patronymic for active development in one of her leading industries and for able management of municipal affairs. John[sic] Shea was born and lived in Ireland, where he was a farmer and attained the good age of ninety years. His wife's name was Catherine, and they had four sons and two daughters. Three of the sons, Michael, Thomas and William, came to America, and all settled in Quincy. All were identified with the granite business from their arrival. The first was a granite cutter, and died in Quincy in 1894. Thomas was a granite cutter, and died at the age of thirty years in 1877. (Source credit: William Richard Cutter and William Frederick Adams (editors), Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the State of Massachusetts. Volume IV. (New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1910), p. 2622.) SHEA, Michael (I692)
 
226 Ancestry.com. Star-News (Pasadena, California) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Original data: Star-News. Pasadena, California, United States Of America. Database created from microfilm copies of the newspaper.
Star-News newspaper was located in Pasadena, California. 
CASHMAN, William Joseph Jr. (I297)
 
227 Ancient Cemetery MURPHY, Mary Frances "May" (I147)
 
228 Anna attended the State Normal School in Bridgewater, MA. She was accepted into Class 134 in September of 1904. She taught for two years. (Source=State Normal School, Who's Who: Seventy-fifth Annivesary State Normal School p.145)

Anna died accidentally at age 82 in Lebanon while there to attend her granddaughter, Marianne's, wedding. 
REARDON, Anna Gertrude (I341)
 
229 Anna Beatrice Cashman was the matron of honor and Wilfred Hamel, brother of Henry, was the best man. Spouse F52
 
230 Anna Marinucci Restaino, 93

YOUNGSTOWN   A Mass of Christian Burial will be said Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church for Anna Marinucci Restaino, 93, formerly of Stephens Street, who died Friday evening in Austinwoods Nursing Home.
Anna was born Jan. 6, 1913 in Sulmona Aquila, Italy, and came to this area in 1931. She was the daughter of Dominic and Mary Marinucci.
She was a member of the church, a homemaker and an excellent cook and was very generous with the items she cooked or made. She had worked at Youngstown Steel Door during WWII and the Korean War.
She is survived by a daughter, Ida (Samuel) Carfolo of Youngstown; a son, Silivio (Antonia) Restaino of Girard; granddaughters, Patricia Carfolo, Lisa Restaino and Michelle Restaino of Cleveland; a grandson, Mark (Melanie) Carfolo of Canfield; and three great-grandchildren, Rina Restaino, Olivia Marie Carfolo and Michael Anthony Carfolo.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Pasquale Restaino, whom she married Sept. 21, 1930 and who died May 30, 1985; a sister, Adeline Papallo; and two brothers, Guido and Armand Marinucci.
Family and friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. on Monday at the Schiavone Funeral Home.
[Source: Vindicator, September 17, 2006] 
MARINUCCI, Anna (I1160)
 
231 Anna Zita died suddenly, at home, from a "spontaneous brain hemorrhage." Her death certificate was issued by the medical examiner. BARRY, Anna Zita (I865)
 
232 apoplexy SPENCE, Mary A. (I567)
 
233 Archived at (027 2007 email from Regina Gookin to Arthur_DONT POST.pdf) Source (S98)
 
234 Army Serial Number = 31424630; Name = DE RUISSEAU RAYMOND B; Place of Enlistment = BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS; Enlistment Date: 22 Oct 1943; Branch = No branch assignment; Nativitiy = MASSACHUSETTS; Birth=1911; Component of the Army = Selectees (Enlisted Men) (Source=http://files.usgwarchives.net/ma/essex/military/ww2/enlistment /armyenli153gmt.txt) DERUISSEAU, Raymond (I217)
 
235 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
MARINUCCI, Armando (I1053)
 
236 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
DIPLACITA, Maria Vita (I1052)
 
237 Arrived in this country at Port of New York on 12 Feb 1929. Departed Naples, Italy, abourt the S. S. Augustus on 2 Feb 1929.

The traveling party included mother, VITA Di PLACIDO MARINUCCI, age 40, sons GUERINO, age 13, and ARMANDO, age 8, and daughter ANNA, age 16. They were to permanently join father, DOMENICO at 200 Magnolia Street in Dorchester, MA.

Daughter Adelina stayed behind in Sulmona, D'Aquila, Italy.

Line 1: VITA DI PLACIDO MARINUCCI,
Line 2: son, GUERINO MARINUCCI,
Line 3: son, ARMANDO MARINUCCI,
Line 4: daughter, ANNA MARINUCCI, 
MARINUCCI, Guerino (I461)
 
238 as a result of accidental burns MCINTYRE, John Francis Jr. (I583)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I137)
 
240 As of 1910, she did not speak English, only German. SOLEIVSKI, Ernestina (I1699)
 
241 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I863)
 
242 Astronaut Biographies.  Database.  Astronaut Bio: Brian Duffy 8/02.  Astronaut Bio: Brian Duffy 8/02. http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/duffy.html : 2002. Source (S115)
 
243 at 1 mon 25 days due to marasmus, syphilitic FLYNN, William Edward (I763)
 
244 at 20 days from athrepsia CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
245 at 20 days from athrepsia CASHMAN, Eugene (I500)
 
246 at 29 yrs, 3 mos, 6 days KELLEY, Jonathan Michael (I931)
 
247 at 4 days from non-closure of Foramen Ovale CASHMAN, Arthur L. (I1062)
 
248 at 49 yrs O'CONNOR, John W. (I785)
 
249 at 54 yrs 9 mos 2 days; Mary Fletcher Hospital CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr. (I452)
 
250 at 6 months 13 days CASHMAN, Alice (I672)
 
251 at 6 mos 6 days  from capillary bronchitis CASHMAN, Francis Augustine (I677)
 
252 at 65 yrs 4 mos 25 days CASHMAN, Eugene F. (I921)
 
253 at 78 yrs MCKENNA, Francis Felix (I597)
 
254 at 9 yrs 2 mos 5 days REARDON, Katie (I1094)
 
255 at age 24 MCKENNA, Margaret C. (I598)
 
256 at age 3 years, 4 months, 7 days CASHMAN, John James (I676)
 
257 at age 34 O'BRIEN, Andrew Joseph (I243)
 
258 at age 41 SPENCE, James Raymond (I272)
 
259 at age 47 CONNOLLY, Ella (I591)
 
260 at age 48 yrs 4 mos 23 days from injuries  sustained during a fall WHITNEY, Gorham H. B. (I1307)
 
261 at age 50 WATERS, Margaret Mary (I1064)
 
262 at age 50 MCKENNA, Patrick (I745)
 
263 at age 54 CASHMAN, Edward Leo (I193)
 
264 at age 61 CAREY, Theresa Haslam (I889)
 
265 at age 62 SHEA, Michael E. (I789)
 
266 at age 63; died at home on Union Street SPENCE, James William (I787)
 
267 at age 64; 75 Russell Street (home) BARRY, Anna Zita (I865)
 
268 at age 67; Carney Hospital, South Boston CASHMAN, John Joseph Sr. (I975)
 
269 at age 68 yrs 7 mos 25 days from a hemorrhage caused by stomach cancer ROGERS, Henrietta Marie (I1308)
 
270 at age 74 CASHMAN, Captain John Joseph Jr. (I891)
 
271 at age 75; Massachusetts Memorial Hospital WHITE, David Joseph (I1352)
 
272 at age 79 of natural causes ROWNTREE, John S. "Jack" (I1334)
 
273 at age 81 PACKARD, Edmund Arthur (I1345)
 
274 at age 82 WHITE, John (I1369)
 
275 at age 83 REARDON, Daniel Bartholomew (I771)
 
276 at age 85 CASHMAN, Ellen Caroline "Nellie" (I961)
 
277 at age 88; 396 South Union Street REED, Emma J. (I683)
 
278 at age 90 SOLIMANDO, Michael (I103)
 
279 at age 94 HEALY, Louise M. (I504)
 
280 at age 94 VERROCHI, Madeline Lena (I102)
 
281 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F371
 
282 Attended State Normal School in Bridgewater, MA. Was accepted into Class 132 on September 1, 1902. Was part of the "3 yrs" course. As of 1915, had taught for 10 yrs and was teaching at the Center School in Brockton. MCINTYRE, Catherine Maria (I584)
 
283 Barbara completed four years of college.
Her parents were from Denmark but she spoke English at home as a child.
Before she became a mother, she worked as a waitress in a department store.
She was married at age 22.
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Mrs. LEVERENTZ was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, the Cloria Day Circle and Lutheran Church Women's Society. She was past president, secretary, recording and corresponding secretary of the The Rivers Women's Club of Little Gardens and was active in several bridge clubs. She was a substitute school teacher in Three Rivers Schools. 
JENSEN, Barbara Meta (I1594)
 
284 Barry Cashman was born in Boston. He lived in Abington for 25 years. He was a 1957 graduate of Boston Technical High School. He was the president of Tri-Town S. C. M. Corporation Ice Skating rink in Rockland. He was also vice president of the South Easton Arena and past member of the Abington Lions Club. He was a member of the board of trustees at Mt. Vernon Cemetery Corporation and a member of the Halifax County Club. CASHMAN, Anthony B. "Barry" (I112)
 
285 Bernadette (Verrochi) Ezell Obituary:

EZELL, Bernadette (Verrochi) Of Derry, NH formerly of Burlington, MA, September 28, 2009. Beloved wife of Ricky Ezell. Loving mother of Nicholas and Joshua Ezell both of Derry NH. Step- mother of Richie Ezell of Brighton and Greg Ezell of Beverly. Devoted daughter of Anne (Rock) and the late Peter Verrochi of West Roxbury. Loving Sister of Karen and her husband James Wright of Quincy. Aunt of Elizabeth, Emily and Bridget Wright. Also survived by many loving cousins and friends. Funeral from the Robert J. Lawler and Crosby Funeral Home, 1803 Centre St., WEST ROXBURY, on Friday, Oct. 2nd at 9:00am. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. John Chrysostom Church, 4750 Washington St., West Roxbury, at 10:00am. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday from 4:00 - 8:00pm. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Ezell Children's Fund, 17 Cunningham Drive, Derry, NH 03038. www.lawlerfuneralhome.com Lawler and Crosby Funeral Home 617-323-5600 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/bostonglobe/obituary.aspx?n=bernadette-ezell-verrochi&pid=133712343#sthash.4HU9XDma.dpuf 
VERROCHI, Bernadette (I609)
 
286 Bernard Donald Cashman enlisted in the US Army on 5 Jul 1939 as part of the Infantry. At the time of the 1940 US Census, Bernard was a 2nd Lt. in the 16th Infantry stationed at Fort Jay, NY. He was released on 22 Mar 1947.

He married Thelma Kuulei Buchanan, sometime between 1946 and 1948. Thelma was born in Hawaii in 1916.

In 1948, Bernard was living with his wife and mother, Ada, at Ada's home on 396 South Union Street in Burlington, VT. One year later, Thelma was no longer living with Bernard and Ada.

In 1949, Bernard, was a surveyor with A. W. Hoag & Associates.

In 1951, Bernard and his mother, Ada, were living at 35 Bay View Street in Burlington, VT.

Four years after being released from the Army, he enlisted again, on 14 Feb 1951, as a member of the Engineers. He was released from service on 20 Feb 1953.

In 1954, Bernard, his wife, Marie, and his mother, Ada, were living together at 35 Bay View Street, Burlington, VT.

If Marie didn't start living with Benard until 1954, then is the marriage date of 1950 accurate? 
CASHMAN, Bernard Donald "Ben" (I466)
 
287 Bethesda North Hospital PETREE, Charles Frank (I812)
 
288 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I942)
 
289 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23)
 
290 Bill's family used to summer on Powder Point in Duxbury. Bill was a Massachusetts State Representative. Bill went to Harvard. Bill was in the US Navy. (Source=Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012) SPENCE, William James "Bill" (I565)
 
291 Birth Date: 03/18/1902
Death Date: 01/05/1989
Interment Date: 01/13/1989
Section: 3
Grave 4609-B 
CASHMAN, Marion Frances (I464)
 
292 Blue hill cemetery Braintree CASHMAN, Lynne (I105)
 
293 Blue Hills Cemetery VERROCHI, Guido J. (I798)
 
294 Bob was a member of the governing body of Rockland Trust. (Source=Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012) SPENCE, Robert Joyce Sr. (I129)
 
295 Born at 121 Sheridan Ave., Medford, MA. Dad Levi Arthur Packard born in East Boston, MA. Mom Cora Mahala Woolley born in Medford, MA. Father is a woollen salesman. Parents live in Medford. Informant is George Henry Packard, MD of Medford and mother.

Edmund A. Packard finished 3 years of college. He was a member of the class of 1928 at Boston University's College of Liberal Arts

In 1930, Edmund A. Packard is a clerk in a tire company

In 1935, lived in Medford, MA.

In 1940, lived in a house at 85 Sagamore Avenue, Medford, MA, rented for $60 per month. 
PACKARD, Edmund Arthur (I1345)
 
296 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2106)
 
297 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2107)
 
298 Boston Evening Transcript.  Massachusetts, Boston.  Online images. www.genealogybank.com. Source (S149)
 
299 Boston Herald.  Massachusetts, Boston.  Online images. www.genealogybank.com. Source (S32)
 
300 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I93)
 

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