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- 1. Re: Looking for advice r.e trip to Chicago 
- The staff at Calvary are very helpful. The cemetary is very large. You will
often find small labels on the headstones that will help you locate the
graves you're looking for. Call ahead and check their hours to make sure
someone will be in the office so you can get a map and pinpoint where you
need to look. The cemetary is located on the water, just north of the city
proper in Evanston.
301 Chicago Ave
- 2. Thank You, list [0.986673]
- Thanks to all who responded to my question r.e. my planned visit to Chicago.
I will certainly consider all that has been suggested and take the advice
given most gratefully.
- 3. Looking for advice r.e trip to Chicago [0.986673]
- I am going to be making a trip to Chicago in April. I know where the
ancestors are buried (in Calvary) and that they attended Holy Family. I have
the Obit's for just about all of them. I have no idea what part of Ireland
these Hennessys were from or where they got into the country. Can anyone
familiar with this area tell me how to get to Holy Family and Calvary
Cemetery. Is the parish open to genealogists? Are they helpful? How about the
staff at the cemetery? Does anyone have any pointers or advice?
- 4. lynch-duhig [0.986673]
- I am new to this list.I am researching Daniel Lynch m Ellen Duhig in Ireland
.Came to chicago about1885.Anyone have those names in their families?
- 5. Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO-D Digest V02 #14 [0.986673]
I'm a Kiltimagh researcher, (as you know). And Bohola County Mayo, too
- 6. Walsh/Madigan/Sullivan Families [0.986673]
- Hi List, Does anyone have information on John Walsh and Mary Madigan married
Nov, 27, 1887 in Cook County? Thanks. Sylvia
- 7. Irish in Troy New York [0.986673]
- I have started a new mailing list for Troy, New York to research our
ancestry who settled in Troy.
To join send a message to IRISH-NY-TROY-Lemail@example.com
Leave the subject line blank and in the body of the message put only the
- 8. CAVENEY-BREE 1853 Pa; CAVENEY-CUSSIN, GARLAND Chicago, IL [0.986673]
- Looking for information/connections Thomas CAVENEY b c 1825 Co Mayo, Ireland
married Mary BREE b c 1825 Co Mayo, Ireland. Thomas and Mary BREE KAVENEY
were married 1853 St. Philomenia RC Church Hawley, Palmyra Twp Wayne Co, PA.
Their family Patrick 1854, Catherine 1856, Thomas 1858, John 1861, Mary 1865.
John CAVENEY b 1861 in Scranton, PA moved to Chicago, IL were he married
Ellen CUSSIN from Limerick, Ire. Their family includes DRURY and GAGNON. Mary
CAVENEY 1865 married James F. FINNERTY 1906 in Sc
- 9. Fwd: [DUNN] Dunn [0.986673]
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It's been awhile since I posted my surnames to the list.
James DUNN b.? Ireland, married Maria MORIN/MORAN b. ? Ireland
***CHILDREN: (1 that I know of only)
.....DENNIS DUNN b. 1840 Ireland, d. 1907 Calhoun County, Michigan.
............married 10/13/1865 Calhoun Co., Michigan
......Catherine SALMON b. 1846 Ireland, d. 1875 Calhoun County, Michigan
- 10. Chicago/Parker High School [0.986673]
- Would anyone have a year book for 1935, for Parker High School, south side,
Englewood. I would appreciate a lookup and picture from book for Marian
Shanahan.Thank you. Mary in ILL.
- 11. Re: Holy Family Church-Chicago [0.986673]
- Dear Ken,
This is the address of Holy Family Church:
Holy Family-St Francis Assisi Church Sub Damen Hall
1080 West Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60608
The church is located just south and west of
downtown. It borders the University of Illinois at
Chicago campus. I would call before you go there. The
neighborhood is not the best.
To find restaurants, get a Chicago Magazine. It
lists all kinds of restaurants with prices, etc.
Kathleen Brennan Mammoser
Researching Brennan, Ken
- 12. Re: Looking for advice r.e trip to Chicago [0.986673]
- In a message dated 2/25/02 10:22:18 PM Central Standard Time,
<< Is the parish open to genealogists? Are they helpful? How about the
staff at the cemetery? >>
The church records are available through your local FHC. If you want to see
the church, your best bet is Mass. The day I was at the cemetery, the man in
the office was very helpful. The cemetery is HUGE. Be sure to get a map at
the office as well as a photocopy of the burial cards. Those are also
available through y
- 13. Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO-D Digest V02 #14 [0.986673]
- You make #4 Ann.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 6:22 pm
Subject: Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO-D Digest V02 #14
> I'm a Kiltimagh researcher, (as you know). And Bohola County Mayo, too
> To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy
> records, go to:
- 14. MC DONALD, CAVENEY 1770s Scotland, Ire, PA-Scranton,Hawley; IL-Chicago [0.986673]
- Looking for information/connections Randal MC DONALD and his wife both of
Scotland immigrated to Ireland in the late 1770s. Their children Randal Jr.,
Penelope CAVENEY/KAVENEY and his sister Catherine (Kitty) MC DONALD married
Thomas CAVENEY (Penelope's brother). Randal and his wife both died and their
children were adopted by Catherine and Patrick CAVENEY. The children of MC
DONALD CAVENEY were Martin, Mary, Patrick, Thomas, Catherine, Michael, John,
James. Associated families include (mentioning onl
- 15. Kiltimagh [0.986673]
I am wondering how many Kiltimagh, County Mayo researchers are on this list?
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