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401 Godparents were Patrick O'Connor and Julia Reardon. O'CONNOR, William Timothy (I786)
 
402 Godparents were Patrick Sullivan and Mary Donavan. REARDON, Mary Elizabeth (I477)
 
403 Godparents were Robert Tisdel and Catherine Cashman. CASHMAN, Joseph (I501)
 
404 Godparents were Thomas Condon and Mary Cashman . CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla (I189)
 
405 Godparents were Thomas Shea and Anna Hamilton. SHEA, Catherine "Kate" (I695)
 
406 Godparents were William Cashman and Alicia L. Cobb. CASHMAN, Eleanor Katherine (I465)
 
407 Godparents were William Cashman and Margaret McCabe. CASHMAN, John Joseph Sr. (I975)
 
408 Godparents were William Cashman and Mary A. Spence. SPENCE, John Frederick (I348)
 
409 Godparents were William H. Riordan and Mary Phelan. REARDON, Anna Gertrude (I341)
 
410 Godparents were William J. O'Connor and Mary F. Cashman. CASHMAN, Henry A. (I673)
 
411 Godparents were William Keely and Rosanna Owen. SHEA, Helen Elizabeth "Lizzie" (I698)
 
412 Godparents were WIlliam Walsh and Elizabeth Casey. NELLIGAN, Delia T. (I231)
 
413 Godparents werr Cornelius Murphy and Elizabeth A. Murphy. REARDON, John Joseph (I337)
 
414 Gorham H. Whitney.  Privately held by Donna Goldstein. Source (S274)
 
415 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2037)
 
416 Hanover, Massachusetts.  Annual Report of the Town Officers of the Town of Hanover for 1881.  Rockland:  J. S. Smith, Book and Job Printer, 1882. Source (S164)
 
417 He completed four years of college. MACDONALD, Donald Peter (I859)
 
418 He died a widower at age 39 years 4 months 17 days. He cut his throat with a razor. He was found dead in bed in a shocking condition by a girl who took his breakfast to him. He had been in ill health some time and weary of life, which was the cause of his rash deed. ROSSITER, John J. (I1121)
 
419 He died at age 2 years 9 months 14 days. ROSSITER, James (I1297)
 
420 He rests in Monterey Bay. CASHMAN, William Joseph III (I42)
 
421 He was born in the neighborhood of South Boston. GOOKIN, Sylvester Roger (I33)
 
422 He was traveling with his wife, Anna, in Mexico and died at the Del Rio Motel. MCCOIG, Harry Lorn (I245)
 
423 Helen graduated from high school. JENSEN, Helen (I1682)
 
424 Helen's granddaughter, Kate Lawlor, describes Helen as "an amazingly strong and stoic woman who raised four young kids by herself after her physician husband died young." MCINTYRE, Helen Cashman (I587)
 
425 Henry A. Cashman, the 17-year-old son of Mr and Mrs John Cashman of 49 Cross st, West Quincy, died suddenly on the evening of September 9, at the summer home of his parents at Houghs Neck, of acute dilatation of the heart. He was in the yard looking at his father's automobile when stricken with the fatal illness. He was carried into the house, and his brother-in-law, Dr Daniel B. Reardon, was summoned from Quincy Center. Dr Reardon made a record-breaking trip to Houghs Neck and worked for two hours, vainly trying to bring back the spark of life. During these two hours young Cashman was in a semiconscious condition. He died about 8 o'clock. His death came as a great shock to his parents and his many friends, as he was a very popular young man. [Source credit: collection of Catherine Cronin]
Henry's funeral was attended by Mayor William T. Shea and Supt of Streets Michael E. Shea. This was 18 years before the Sheas and Cashmans were joined by the marriage of William Francis Cashman and Alice Mary Shea. 
CASHMAN, Henry A. (I673)
 
426 Henry A. Cashman. Funeral.  newpaper clipping.  Privately held by Martha Reardon Bewick of Hingham, MA. Source (S154)
 
427 Henry A. Cashman. Obituary.  newpaper clipping.  From the collection of Catherine Cronin. Source (S237)
 
428 Henry and Sophia were married by William Bartling, the pastor of St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church (founded 1870) which was located on the corner of Fremont and Sophia streets in Chicago. It is currently located at Fremont and Garfield at 2046 N. Fremont, in Chicago.

Alternate marriage date: about 1882 according to the 1910 census.
Alternate marriage date: about 1881 according to the 1930 census. 
Spouse F578
 
429 Henry C. Hamel was married, in 1921, to Helen Cashman, of Quincy, Massachusetts. Mrs. Hamel is a native of Quincy, Massachusetts, and was admitted to legal practice in Massachusetts, in 1917 and to the Maine bar in 1922. She is the pioneer in the legal field in Biddeford so far as women are concerned, and since 1922 she has been engaged in general practice in partnership with her husband, under the firm name of Hamel and Hamel. Both are known as able and resourceful practitioners, and have made for themselves and for the firm a reputation which is a valuable business asset. Mr. and Mrs. Hamel make their home at No. 17 West Myrtle Street, in Biddeford, and their office is located in the Paquin Building. [Source credit: Maine Biographies, Volume I, Harrie B. Coe, Clearfield, 1928] CASHMAN, Helen Frances (I669)
 
430 Her death certificate listed as a secondary cause of death an operation she underwent one and a half years prior for carcinoma utero. CASHMAN, Julia (I186)
 
431 Highest grade completed as of 1940: four years of high school JENSEN, Bertram "Bert" (I1599)
 
432 Highest grade completed: one year of college JENSEN, Norman Charles (I1600)
 
433 Highland Cemetery CURRAN, Thomas Joseph "Joe" (I159)
 
434 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1348)
 
435 HISTORY and DIRECTORY of ROCKLAND and HANOVER, for 1892. On page 49, lists John Spence as a member of the Board of Directors and the Treasurer of the St. Alphonsus Total Abstinence Society in Rockland.

RESIDENT and BUSINESS DIRECTORY of ROCKLAND, HANOVER, and NORWELL, MASSACHUSETTS. 1907. On page 45, shows an ad for JOHN SPENCE & CO. It reads, "JOHN SPENCE & CO., Leather and Leather Remnants, Shoe Trimmings and Bleachers of Calf Skirtings, 350 Plain Street, Rockland, Mass." 
SPENCE, John (I130)
 
436 https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Twenty_Thousand_Rich_New_Englanders?id=aAkPAAAAYAAJ Source (S462)
 
437 In 1870, Lawrence Rossiter owned $1500 of real estate and $100 of personal property. He was a US citizen.

He died a widower at age 65 years 7 months. 
ROSSITER, Lawrence (I5)
 
438 In 1900, Sophia reported that she had given birth to 8 children, but that only 4 were still living. She also reported that she could speak English and read and write. MEIER, Sophia (I1691)
 
439 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, John J. (I735)
 
440 In 1910, David is a watchman in a quarry. Could this have been the Cashman quarry?

In the 1920 census, David is manager and his father and brother both work in the shipyard as a chipping gun operator and electrician respectively. Is it odd that David has a middle class job, while his father and brother both have blue color jobs?

David was married for the first time at age 43. At that time he was still living in his parents' home at 12 Thayer Street, Quincy. His bride, Ethel Priscilla Potter, was 50. It was her first marriage also. They were married on 5 Jun 1926. Priscilla was born in Norway, Maine of James B. Potter and Clara P. Merrill. After the wedding, David moved into Priscilla's residence on South Russell Street in Boston.

WHITE, DAVID JOSEPH, Quincy, Mass. (Age 37, b. Quincy, Mass.) Educated in the public schools of Quincy and evening class in mechanical engineering at the Boston Y.M.C.A. From 1901 to 1904 , draftsman and foreman, Quincy Quarries Co.; 1904 to 1909 , general foreman and inspector with Ryan-Parker Construction Co., Stonington, Me., during the construction of Riverside Drive, New York, and steel and masonry piers for Manhattan Bridge, New York; 1910, in charge of cofferdam work for sea-wall of Ayer Mill in Merrimack River at Lawrence, Mass.; 1911, estimator with Cashman & Sons Co., Quincy, Mass., during the construction of Sandy Bay Breakwater and various railroad and bridge contracts; and since 1911, with the Bay State Dredging & Contracting Co., and acting as general manager of that company. - from JOURNAL of the BOSTON SOCIETY of CIVIL ENGINEERS. Vol. 7. No. 10. December, 1920. APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. [December 15, 1920] 
WHITE, David Joseph (I1352)
 
441 In 1920, John Joseph Cashman Sr, was living at 32 Belcher Circle with his wife Teresa, his five children (John Jr., Alice, Irene, Eugene, Albert), his mother-in-law, Catherine Murphy Carey and her sister Mary A. Murphy. CASHMAN, John Joseph Sr. (I975)
 
442 In 1927, at age 44, Walter H. Leverentz committed suicide by wrapping himself in a blanket after stretching a rubber hose from a gas jet in the kitchen of his home to a spot in his rear yard. His body was discovered by his 20-year-old son, Paul Leverntz. LEVERENTZ, Walter Henry (I1685)
 
443 In 1931, the year that James E. Cashman died, Ada served as president-treasurer of James E. Cashman Inc. From 1932 to 1933, she served as vice-president. In 1934, Ada served as treasurer. JAMES, Ada Susan (I451)
 
444 In 1935, Eleanor Cashman was President of the Vermont chapter of the Simmons College Club. [Source credit: Simmons College Microcosm, 1935, page 31] CASHMAN, Eleanor Katherine (I465)
 
445 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I721)
 
446 In June of 1900, Henry reported that he could speak English and could read and write. LEVERENTZ, Henry W. (I1690)
 
447 in neighborhood of West Quincy REARDON, John Joseph (I337)
 
448 in neighborhood of West Quincy CASHMAN, Catherine Adeline "Addie" (I310)
 
449 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F321
 
450 In the early 1980s, Boston began to receive an increased number of non-English speaking newcomers, particularly refugees from Southeast Asia and Haiti. Serendipitously, Raquel Cashman also came to Boston from her home in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and took a position as Manager of  Interpreter Services at Boston City Hospital. She met with several interpreters and other Coordinators/Managers of Interpreter Services to learn more about how language access to healthcare was made possible for these patients. Representatives from Beth Israel Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Cambridge City Hospital, New England Medical Center, Mass. General Hospital and Somerville Hospital were included in these initial gatherings. Since those early days, the medical interpreter landscape has changed considerably. (Source=http://www.myspace.com/imiamedicalinterpreters)

The IMIA Raquel Cashman Language Access Award The Award was established in 1993 by the International Medical Interpreters Association, in memory of Raquel Cashman, Director of the Interpreters Department at Boston Medical Center, and the initial founding member of the Board of Directors of the IMIA. This annual award perpetuates the enduring contributions of this health care and community leader by recognizing the achievements of individuals (and now organizations) who have made significant and lasting contributions to improving patient safety and language access in health care. For those who were not able to attend, you will soon be able to access the IMIA Proceedings CD at www.imiaweb.org (Source=http://www.imiaweb.org/members/november2009enews.pdf) 
BENDERSKY, Raquel (I300)
 
451 in the neighborhood of West Quincy CASHMAN, Mary Agnes "Minnie" (I670)
 
452 in the neighborhood of West Quincy CASHMAN, James Eugene Sr. (I452)
 
453 In the year 1881, Dennis was involved in bridge and roadwork in the Town of Hanover. According to the 1881 Annual Report for the Town of Hanover, Dennis J. Cashman worked on the "Bridge at West Hanover, near A. F. Bonney's," and on the "Water Street Bridge."  The Town of Hanover paid Dennis $13.50 to "relay stone work" for the West Hanover bridge and $5.62 for "labor" on the Water Street bridge. The Town paid him $11.70 for "special repairs on Water Street." CASHMAN, Dennis J. (I188)
 
454 Index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City. Source (S192)
 
455 interstitial pneumonitis CASHMAN, John Michael Jr. (I136)
 
456 Irish Free State WHITE, John (I1369)
 
457 is now called Laois, Ireland/(present day County Laois) SHEA, William (I309)
 
458 It is believed that great great grandfather Bartholomew helped to build the Concord State house out of granite. I hope to go to Concord, NH. He was a stone cutter and quarryman. His naturalization papers show that he lived in Concord. REARDON, Bartholomew William (I111)
 
459 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I398)
 
460 Jack Cashman, son of Eugene Cashman, says that Albert was a very tall man who stood at around 6 feet 8 inches.

Albert attended Northeastern University in 1940. 
CASHMAN, Albert Charles (I922)
 
461 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2036)
 
462 James Cashman died at 8 months and 15 days from enteritis.

Enteritis is inflammation of the small intestine usually caused by eating or drinking substances that are contaminated with bacteria or viruses. The germs settle in the small intestine and cause inflammation and swelling. Complications include dehydration and prolonged diarrhea which can cause rapid and extreme dehydration in babies. 
CASHMAN, James (I678)
 
463 James H. Dalton -- Following a short illness, James H. Dalton passed away Tuesday of last week at his home in New York. Mr. Dalton was born in Sandwich 68 years ago, the son of John W. and Rose E. Dalton, and was educated in the public schools of the town. For a number of years he managed hotels in Jacksonville, Fla., and Atlanta, Georgia, but for a long time had been a resident of New York, where he was connected with a large wholesale tobacco firm. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Dalton; a daughter, Mrs. George Shand; a son James Henry Dalton Jr., and two sisters Miss Mary Rose Dalton, a teacher in New Bedford , and Mrs. Robert T. Brady of Dorchester. Funeral services were conducted Friday morning at Corpus Christi church where High Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. F. Sullivan. Interment was in St. Peter's cemetery, the pall bearers being Christopher F. Brady, Hugh Brady, George F. Dennis, Richard J. Donovan, Thomas F. Kelleher and John W. Liberty. DALTON, James Henry (I1128)
 
464 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I256)
 
465 James Manning and Veronica Murphy were married at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Cohasset, MA, on 16 Jan 1927 by Rev. J. P. Lawless. MURPHY, Veronica "Vera" (I262)
 
466 James ran the Culver Company, a dealer of coal, oil and grain. It was located in Union Square, Rockland. (Source: Bill & John Spence interview, 31 May 2012)

In 1907, James W. Spence had a boot and shoe manufacturing company called J. W. Spence Company. It was located in Rockland at the corner of Howard and Park. (Source: 1907 Rockland Directory) 
SPENCE, James William (I787)
 
467 James T. Cashman died unmarried. His death record lists his martial state as "single".

In the year 1880, James was involved in the construction of the new road at Assinippi. According to the 1881 Annual Report for the Town of Hanover, James T. Cashman was paid $5 for "use of tools" in the creation of the new road.

In December of 1891, James Cashman met with a runaway accident in Quincy. His harness broke, and his horse becoming unmanageable, collided with another team and he was thrown out. He was laid up several days.

In the death register of the town of Branford, CT, James' occupation was listed as "saloon keeper." 
CASHMAN, James Timothy (I190)
 
468 James was a WWII Navy veteran. FERRARO, James (I1959)
 
469 Janet was the sister of Ruth Salter who married George D. Reardon. (Source=Martha Reardon Bewick email, 9 May 2012) SALTER, Janet Lee (I753)
 
470 Janette was still using the surname "Cashman" when she died. MACKIE, Janette (I41)
 
471 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F682
 
472 Jeremiah Philpott, a native of Ireland, was an employee of Cashman Brothers, a stone contracting concern. On Tuesday afternoon, April 29, 23-year-old Jeremiah was killed while blasting rocks for Charles McDermott in Woods Hole.

Philpott is buried in the Cashman family plot in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Rockland, MA. It is likely that a sense of responsibility and decency compelled the Cashman brothers to offer their family plot as a final resting place for Philpott. 
PHILPOTT, Jeremiah (I1927)
 
473 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F123
 
474 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F54
 
475 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F124
 
476 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F679
 
477 John Cashman. Funeral.  newpaper clipping.  Privately held by Martha Reardon Bewick of Hingham, MA. Source (S148)
 
478 John Curran's Cashman Falvey family group sheet listed the location of the marraige as South Braintree. Spouse F28
 
479 John F. Murphy was the first Catholic child born in Scituate. He was born August 8, 1852, still living at the corner of Willow Street and Jericho Road. He was baptized by Rev. Manassas Doherty, of Cambridge, on Septmember 21, 1852. MURPHY, John F. (I822)
 
480 John J. Cashman. Obituary.  newpaper clipping.  Privately held by Martha Reardon Bewick of Hingham, MA. Source (S264)
 
481 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I344)
 
482 John V. Scollard was one of the water commissioners of Braintree in 1892. SCOLLARD, John V. (I405)
 
483 John was a member of I.B.E.W. Local #103. IERARDI, John Lee (I181)
 
484 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1100)
 
485 John Wilfred Dalton was one of Sandwich's most widely known and energetic citizens, a man who loved his town and the entire Cape and whose life was spent in endeavoring to help his fellow citizens and the town of his birth. He was born in Sandwich on April 25, 1867, the son of John W. and Rose (Duffy) Dalton. While attending High School his father died and he left school to help along the family, engaging in the grocery business. In 1883, while still a young man he became interested in newspaper work, corresponding for The Cape Cod Item and the Sandwich Independent, of which paper he became managing editor. In 1886, he became the representative of the Boston Globe on the Cape. In this capacity and in his association with other papers, such as the New York Herald, World and Journal, the Associated Press, the New Bedford Journal, the Barnstable County Journal and the Falmouth Local, he was known from one end of the Cape to the other and throughout southeastern Massachusetts as well as in Boston. He reported many storms and shipwrecks and was in touch with all the life-savers. Becoming particularly interested in this branch of public service, he wrote a book on the activities of the life-saving heroes, lectured on their behalf and fought for them in the way of national legislation. Mr Dalton not only had a facile pen, but was also a clever sketch artist, illustrating a number of his own articles. He was also of an inventive turn of mind and invented an improved breeches buoy. - Dalton was also a prominent man in town affairs and outside politics. As a newspaper correspondent, he became particularly well acquainted with Ex-President Cleveland and Joseph Jefferson, enjoying their confidence to an unusual degree. It is probable that he was closer to Mr Cleveland than any other newspaperman. - He was always interested in getting new industries to the Cape and he established the first industry to come to the banks of the Cape cod Canal - a fish-freezing plant, the Canal Fish and Freezing Co. His ambition, however, was to get fresh Cape cod fish into the New York market in 11 hours from the time they were caught. - In the town of Sandwich Mr Dalton was the local magnate. He was a constable of the town, the captain of the hook and ladder company, a member of the W. E. Russell Club, the Shawme Club and the Sandwich Improvement Society. He belonged to the Middleboro Lodge, K. of C. and to the New Bedford Lodge of Elks. DALTON, John Wilfred Jr. (I295)
 
486 John, his wife Julia and their daughter, Alice, lived in Rockland. (Source=Mary Ellen Chase email, 18 May 2012) FLYNN, John Joseph (I28)
 
487 John, his wife Julia and their daughter, Alice, lived in Rockland. (Source=Mary Ellen Chase email, 18 May 2012) FLYNN, Alice Josephine (I27)
 
488 John, his wife Julia and their daughter, Alice, lived in Rockland. (Source=Mary Ellen Chase email, 18 May 2012) O'CONNOR, Julia Elizabeth (I26)
 
489 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I751)
 
490 Kathryn graduated from high school. JENSEN, Katherine (I1681)
 
491 Kirkness, Elizabeth.  "Ohio Boy Marvels at Grandfather's Burlington Monuments". Photocopy of article clipped from unknown newspaper; no date given. Source (S24)
 
492 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I706)
 
493 labelled group photo Source (S434)
 
494 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I511)
 
495 Larkin, Ellen.  Packard Family Tree.  Privately held by, 2012. Source (S282)
 
496 Leo and Ethyl were married at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Brookline, MA by Fr. Reardon. MURPHY, Leo Peter (I258)
 
497 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Spouse F241
 
498 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1350)
 
499 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1018)
 
500 Mabel attended the State Normal School in Bridgewater, MA. She was accepted into Class 139 in September of 1909. She taught at the Willard School in West Quincy for 4 years. (Source=State Normal School, Who's Who: Seventy-fifth Annivesary State Normal School, p. 163) REARDON, Mabel Dwight (I334)
 

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