MCNAMARA, Julia

MCNAMARA, Julia

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  • Name MCNAMARA, Julia 
    Gender Female 
    Died
    • Y
    Notes 
    • (Medical):Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by her grandson John Cashman in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

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

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

      Julia McNamara was listed as having died at age 95 on an insurance application filled out by her granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898.
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    Person ID I655  Cashman Family Tree
    Last Modified 24 Apr 2014 

    Spouse LONG, John 
    Children 
    +1. LONG, Catherine
              b. 1820
              d. 12 Apr 1892, Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
     2. LONG, Jeremiah
              b. Aug 1825, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. LONG, Michael
              b. 1831, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 7 Feb 2014 
    Family ID F8  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsChild - LONG, Jeremiah - Aug 1825 - , , , Ireland Link to Google Earth
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  • Vital Records
    008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism
    008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism
    008 1825 Jeremiah Long baptism certificate
    008 1825 Jeremiah Long baptism certificate
    Jeremiah Long, son of John Long and Julia McNamara, was baptized 21 Aug 1825 in the Roman Catholic Parish of Coachford in Co. Cork, Only one godparent's name was listed...Timothy Buckley. His mother's pet name was listed as Judy.
    008 1831 Michael Long baptism certificate
    008 1831 Michael Long baptism certificate
    Michael Long, son of John Long and Julia McNamara, was baptized 31 Oct 1831 in the Roman Catholic Parish of Coachford in Co. Cork, Ireland. The address is given as Cnucporp. The godparents are listed as John Cronin and Honora Buckly.

  • Sources 
    1. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 8164 Court 25 (Reliability: 2).
      //Application//Date: Nov. 24, 1897; William Cashman, age 31, occupation: stone cutter, Roman Catholic, born Hanover, Plymouth Co., Mass. on 14 November 1859, lives at Cross St, W. Quincy. Married on Jan 25, 1891, wife is living. Occupation: stone cutting. Has never been engaged in manufacture of beer, wine or liquors. Father died on Sept 28, 1879 in Hanover at age 59 of an abcess. Mother is now age 70 and in good health. Has four living brothers of good health ages 42, 40, 36, and 24. Has four living sisters of good health ages 46, 44, 38, 29. One sister died at age 5 on Mar 4, 1863 of Croup. Paternal grandfather died at age 75. Paternal grandmother died at age 95. Maternal grandfather died at age 105. Maternal grandmother died at age 90. No parent or sibling has died of, or been afflicted with Consumption, Scrofula, Insanity, Gout, Cancer or any pulmonary complaing or hereditary disease. Was age 20 when father died. Name and residence of intimate friend: John Cashman Cross St. Now and always of temperate habits. Usually and now in good health and able to gain a livelihood. No serious illnesses, malformations or injuries. Vaccinated in 1866. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician, Dr. Fuller, for sore eyes in 1884. Beneficiary listed as Mary F. Cashman, wife, of Cross St, W. Quincy. Received $1 as initiation fee.//Medical Examination//

    2. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 4958 Court 25 (Reliability: 3).
      //Application//Reg. No. 4958 Court 25; Date: Sep. 27, 1887; John Cashman, age 39, occupation: contractor, Roman Catholic, born Ireland on 23 June 1848, lives at West Quincy. Married on 12 April 1874, wife is living. Occupation: General Contractor. Has never been engaged in manufacture of beer, wine or liquors. Father died at age 59 of Cancer. Mother is now age 65 and in good health. Has four living brothers of good health ages 37, 32, 28 and 22. Has four living sisters of good health ages 43, 41, 34, and 25. One sister died at age 3 of Croup. Paternal grandfather died about age 72. Paternal grandmother died about age 72. Maternal grandfather died about age 72. Maternal grandmother died about age 72. Father died of cancer but no other parent or sibling has died of, or been afflicted with Consumption, Scrofula, Insanity, Gout, Cancer or any pulmonary complaing or hereditary disease. Also insured by Etna of Hartford. Name of intimate friend: John C. Pendis. Now and always of temperate habits. Usually and now in good health and able to gain a livelihood. No serious illnesses, malformations or injuries. Vaccinated in 1857. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician for pneumonia in 1881. Beneficiary listed as Hanora M. Cashman, wife, of Cross St, W. Quincy. Received $1 as initiation fee. //Medical Examination//Applicant looks his proper age. Applicant's occupation is healthful. Physical Characteristics: 195 lbs, 5 feet 11 inches, abdomen 34 inches, "exceedingly vigourous" general appearance. Use of ardent spirits is none whatever.  Catergorized by physian as a "first class risk". Doctor's remarks on father's cancer: The "cancer" spoken of appears to me, from description, to have been a swelling of the lymphatic glands of the axilla. Adenoma perhaps. I have given it but little weight. This man is very strongly made is in perfect health is of excellent habits and is what seems to me a very good risk. The pneumonia was fib?? and passed through resolution with no ??? of any sort.  Examined by J. M. Sheahan, M.D.