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Boston Pilot (Catholic Newspaper)

17 November 1849 OWEN MAIRS Of OWEN MAIRS, native of Ballina, co. Mayo, parish Kilmore-moy. When last heard from was in Illinois. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his nephew, Thomas Calkin, Fallsport post office, Wayne County, Pa. Otherwise to Daniel Kelly 481 Washington st, New York. Volume I: 1831 - 1850 
Culkin, Tom (I00704)
 
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CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Ellen MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1820>
Birthplace IRE
Age 60
Occupation Keeping House
Marital Status M
Race W
Head of Household John MYERS
Relation Wife
Father's Birthplace IRE
Mother's Birthplace IRE

Source Information:
Census Place Calais, Washington, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254489
NA Film Number T9-0489
Page Number 88A 
Holland, Ellen (I00422)
 
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CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Nellie MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1861>
Birthplace ME
Age 19
Occupation At Home
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household John MYERS
Relation Dau
Father's Birthplace IRE
Mother's Birthplace IRE

Source Information:
Census Place Calais, Washington, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254489
NA Film Number T9-0489
Page Number 88A 
Myers, Ellen "Nell" (I00446)
 
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Named for Percy McCartney, brother of Allan "Buzz" McCartney, and for Allan McCartney.
Through 1921 he was known as "Percy" or Perce, when he started highschool at Benson Tech, Por tland, Oregon, he changed his name to "Allen P.Myers." He said it was his "Confirmation Name." (David Allen Myers, interview of Allen Myers ca 1950) 
Myers, Allen Percy (I00382)
 
5 !BIRTH: spring
!DEATH: summer-fall 
DeMille, Kathleen (I00123)
 
6 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #281

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #34 
Creamer, William Edward (I00062)
 
7 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #372

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #98 
Creamer, John Belriald (I00063)
 
8 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.4 #486

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.8 #689 
Smith, Charles Henry (Charlie) (I00052)
 
9 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.5 #83

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.8 #717 
Smith, Guy Earl (I00053)
 
10 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Vol.4 #253

SSN: 396-18-8064 
Smith, Ruth Edna (I00007)
 
11 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Vol.4 #42 Erickson, Reuben Werner (I00006)
 
12 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1923 38H #296

!DEATH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1932 40H #2397 
Erickson, Frances Agnes (I00030)
 
13 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1925 38H #118

!BURIAL: Section B Grave 17B

SSN: 395-18-3721 
Erickson, William Werner (I00031)
 
14 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1933 40L #644

!MARRIAGE: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1950 Milwaukee #3376

SSN: 398-28-3952 
Erickson, Eleanore Bernice (I00005)
 
15 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol.1909 38H #281

!MARRIAGE: 28 Mar 1941 divorced

!MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.14 #508

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.52 #263

SSN: 392-03-2182 
Smith, Richard Edward (Rick) (I00055)
 
16 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol.1911 38H #225

SSN: 365-46-8957 
Smith, Helen Gertrude (I00056)
 
17 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol.1919 38H #136

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.11 #3366 
Smith, Frances Alberta (I00057)
 
18 !BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol.1921 38H #57

!MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.14 #29
28 May 1941 Doris Lietz

!BURIED: Plot 7, Row 11, Grave 15; Fort McKinley US Military Cem; Manila; 
Smith, Robert Harry (I00058)
 
19 !Census Canada 1841 Prince Edward Island Queens County District 6 Lots 29,30,31,65
John Creamer (Cremar)
2 males under 16; 1 male 45 to 60; 1 female under 16; 1 female 16 to 45; 1 female 45 to 60

served in the British Army from 25 March 1810 to 15 Sep 1829; 19 years 175 days;
discharged from the 81st Regiment of Infantry; discharge papers

memoir of his great-granddaughter Mary Ready, Mrs James D Flood
states that when he was dying, his son William tried to fetch a priest.
since William's children were all born in New Brunswick, the earliest in 1845,
John Creamer probably died in the early 1840s - 1841-1844

Parish register for Granard Parish, County Longford lists only one John Creamer born
during the 1780's and 1790's; with father Bernard and siblings Mary, Patrick, Hugh
and Bernard; as these also seem to be family names for William Creamer's siblings,
I assume that the John Creamer in the parish register is the correct John Creamer
army discharge papers list age 21 at enlistment in 1810; however this may have been
age "over 21"

also listed in the parish register is a Hugh Creamer married to a Mary McCormick in
Feb 1789 and children Hugh (Mar 1791) Margaret (Mar 1796) and Bernard (Aug 1798)
could this be Bernard Creamer (John Creamer's father)'s brother? 
Creamer, John (I00014)
 
20 !DEATH: MI Menominee Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.B p286 Creamer, Ada S (I00061)
 
21 !DEATH: stillborn DeMille, Eileen (I00124)
 
22 !DEATH: stillborn DeMille, Keith Wayne (I00122)
 
23 !DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.13 #4797

as of 1900, mother of 10, 4 surviving 
Stephenson, Frances Isabella (Bell) (I00011)
 
24 !DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.15 #175

!CENSUS: US 1920 WI Marinette

!CENSUS: US 1910 WI Marinette

!CENSUS: WI 1905 Marinette

!CENSUS: US 1900 WI Marinette

!CENSUS: WI 1895 Marinette

!CENSUS: WI 1885 Marinette

!CENSUS: US 1880 ME Baileyville
(see also Susan Hannah Allen Stephenson)
p11 / 2 / 167 58/59
Race Sex Age born father mother
Creamer John W M 26 NB Ireland England
Isabel W F 22 wife NB NB NB
Guy W M 3 son Me NB NB
Susan W F 8/12 dau Me NB NB
1880 US Census transcription
Census Place: Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Source: FHL Film 1254489 National Archives Film T9-0489 Page 57C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John CREAMER Self M M W 26 NB
Occ: Laborer Fa: IRE Mo: ENG
Isabell CREAMER Wife F M W 22 NB
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NB Mo: NB
Guy CREAMER Son M S W 3 ME
Fa: NB Mo: NB
Susan CREAMER Dau F S W 8M ME
Fa: NB Mo: ---

1900 Census shows immigrated in 1883 - since there are children born in Maine before that,
that is when they moved to WI
1920 Census shows immigrated in 1875 and naturalized in 1890

Baptist

John Creamer ran away from home at about age 7
served as a cabin boy aboard a Canadian (navy?) ship
about age 23, he and another sailor were rivals for Frances Isabella Stephenson
during a fight, the other sailor was knocked overboard and lost at sea
when the ship docked, John Creamer jumped the border to Calais ME
he married FIS there
they never returned to Canada while FIS was alive - John Creamer fearing that
he could be arrested on charges from the fight
after FIS died, he did go to Canada
while drunk, he was rolled and all his money and identification stolen, and
left laying in snow and cold until found
police held him in jail until the landlady at his rooming house remembered that
he had a daughter in Wisconsin
Susan Victoria Creamer Smith went to Canada to get her father
as a result of the exposure, one leg was amputated
Ruth Smith remembered her grandfather rolling down the sidewalks of Marinette
in a wheelchair, drunk

Census Place: Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Source: FHL Film 1254489 National Archives Film T9-0489 Page 56B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Susan STEPHENSON Self F W W 43 NB
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NB Mo: IRE
Mathew STEPHENSON Son M S W 23 NB
Occ: Farmer Fa: NB Mo: NB
William STEPHENSON Son M S W 19 NB
Occ: Laborer Fa: NB Mo: NB
Mary A. STEPHENSON Dau F S W 16 NB
Occ: At School Fa: NB Mo: NB
Ada C. STEPHENSON Dau F S W 4 ME
Occ: At Home Fa: NB Mo: NB
Census Place: Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Source: FHL Film 1254489 National Archives Film T9-0489 Page 57C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John CREAMER Self M M W 26 NB
Occ: Laborer Fa: IRE Mo: ENG
Isabell CREAMER Wife F M W 22 NB
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NB Mo: NB
Guy CREAMER Son M S W 3 ME
Fa: NB Mo: NB
Susan CREAMER Dau F S W 8M ME
Fa: NB Mo: --- 
Creamer, John Ross (I00010)
 
25 !DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.7 #330 Creamer, Francis B (Frank) (I00070)
 
26 !DEATH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol. 1955 #4001

!BURIAL: Section 36 Row 3 Grave 9 
Kramer, Walter Edward (I00051)
 
27 !MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #26
WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #130

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.3 #153

!CENSUS: WI 1895 Marinette

!CENSUS: WI 1885 Marinette? (or not yet there?)

!CENSUS: US 1880 ME Baileyville (?)

!CENSUS: Canada 1871 NB Bathurst

!CENSUS: Canada 1861 NB Bathurst

!CENSUS: Canada 1851 NB Bathurst

Roman Catholic; later Salvation Army

seven children living as of 11 Dec 1899
three children living as of 17 Sep 1912 - John Creamer
Mrs. Alex Perry of Canada
Mrs. Henry Baldwin of Canada 
Creamer, William (I00012)
 
28 !MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #26
WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #130

!DEATH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.2 #265

!CENSUS: US 1900 WI Marinette
living with daughter Frances Isabella Stephenson Creamer
mother of 8, 3 surviving

!CENSUS: WI 1895 Marinette {Creamer}

!CENSUS: WI 1885 Marinette
Stephenson Hannah ; 2 male 2 female ; 1 US 3 British America

!CENSUS: US 1880 ME Baileyville
(see also John Ross Creamer)
p10 / 2 / 167 57/58
Race Sex Age born father mother
Stephenson Susan W F 43 widowed NB NB Ireland
Mathew W M 23 son NB NB NB
William W M 19 son NB NB NB
Mary A W F 16 dau NB NB NB
Ada C W F 4 dau Me NB NB

funeral from Baptist church
Line in Record @I0951@ (RIN 934) from GEDCOM file not recognized:
ANCI Canada

There is no indication that Susannah and Alexander are twins but they are
listed in the Nashwaak Families and in the census as being born in 1837.

1880 US Census Transcription
Census Place: Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Source: FHL Film 1254489 National Archives Film T9-0489 Page 56B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Susan STEPHENSON Self F W W 43 NB
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NB Mo: IRE
Mathew STEPHENSON Son M S W 23 NB
Occ: Farmer Fa: NB Mo: NB
William STEPHENSON Son M S W 19 NB
Occ: Laborer Fa: NB Mo: NB
Mary A. STEPHENSON Dau F S W 16 NB
Occ: At School Fa: NB Mo: NB
Ada C. STEPHENSON Dau F S W 4 ME
Occ: At Home Fa: NB Mo: NB

1880 US Census Transcription
Census Place: Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Source: FHL Film 1254489 National Archives Film T9-0489 Page 57C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
John CREAMER Self M M W 26 NB
Occ: Laborer Fa: IRE Mo: ENG
Isabell CREAMER Wife F M W 22 NB
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NB Mo: NB
Guy CREAMER Son M S W 3 ME
Fa: NB Mo: NB
Susan CREAMER Dau F S W 8M ME
Fa: NB Mo: --- 
Allen, Susan Hannah (Allan) (I00016)
 
29 !MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.3 #190

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.27 #365 
Creamer, Susan Victoria (Vi) (I00009)
 
30 !MARRIAGE: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.3 #190

!DEATH: WI Vital Statistics - Vol.1944 Dane #340

Methodist

!CENSUS US 1920 WI Marinette

!CENSUS US 1910 WI Marinette

!CENSUS WI 1905 Marinette 
Smith, John Charles August Jr (I00008)
 
31 1880 US Census shows family living in Marysville, Yuba County, California. "Nellie" was 6 years old and going to school. Kavanaugh, Ellen Hunt "Nellie" (I01238)
 
32 1880 US Census shows family living in Marysville, Yuba County, California. (Usavo Para, male, 21, is living in the house.) Kavanaugh, Gerald James (I00405)
 
33 1880 US census: Brick mason. Father born in Scotland, mother in Maine
Family History Library Film 1254489
NA Film Number: T9-0489, page 98A 
McAlpine, James (I00578)
 
34 1881 census: Henry J. Baldwin
1901 census: Harry Baldwin 
Baldwin, Henry Joseph "Harry" (I00802)
 
35 1881 Census: Nicholas Baldwin, Female (sic)
1901 Census: not with family 
Baldwin, Nicholas (I00413)
 
36 1881 Census: William E. Baldwin
1901 Census: Edward Baldwin 
Baldwin, (William) Edward (I00905)
 
37 1881 census: John A. Baldwin
1901 census: not with family 
Baldwin, (John) Arthur (I01206)
 
38 1900 Census for Laconia, Belknap, New Hampshire shows Ellen F. Reardon, 40, married to Michael Reardon, 51, from Ireland, Immigrated in 1863.
She has had 6 children of whom 6 are still living. In NH they work at a wool stocking factory. 
Reardon, (Michael?) (I01630)
 
39 1901 Canadian Census: French origin, Roman Catholic, Canadian, Mill Labourer.

Death record: NB Provincial Archives, RS141C1, Microfilm: F16256, Reference: C1j1, Page 178, Line 95
Name is: Alexander Perry, age 63. 
Perre, Alex (I00862)
 
40 1901 census: Ann Meers, 27 years old, wife
Townland Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony: Tireragh, Co. Mayo

www.leitrim-roscommon.com 
Judge, Ann (I00732)
 
41 1901 census: Edward Meers, 30 years old, Farmer
Townland Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony: Tireragh, Co. Mayo

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Townland Ardnaree or Shanaghy
Parish Kilmoremoy
Barony Tireragh
County Mayo
Description Household
Head of household
Surname Meers
Given Edward(30
Occupation farmer
Other occupants Anne(27) wife-
John(3)-Patrick(2)-Michael(2mo.) 
Meers, Edward (I00730)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Meers, Michael "Mick" (I00760)
 
43 1901 census: Patrick Meers, 2 years old
Townland Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony: Tireragh, Co. Mayo

www.leitrim-roscommon.com 
Meers, Patrick (I00761)
 
44 1940 US Census: Nellie K. Smith (indexed as Nellie R. Smith) Tract 25, Portland, Portland City Election Precinct 245, Multnomah, Oregon
Enumeration District: 37-334 Sheet 2A, line 1
Age 66, Married, White, Head of Household, born New York, 1974;
Residence in 1935: same house
(24th and Brazee) 
Kavanaugh, Ellen Hunt "Nellie" (I01238)
 
45 7879 165th Ave.
Olin, Iowa 52320 
Kavanaugh, Richard (I00708)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Flynn, James P. (I00791)
 
47 address, 1964, from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith

So. 1126 Ash Street
Spokane, Washington 
Kavanaugh, Kathleen M. (I00573)
 
48 address, 1964, from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith
1040 N. Clinton
Walla Walla, Washington

E-mail from Marilyn Kavanaugh, wife of Jim Kavanaugh from Seattle, 4-22-2004 to David Myers:

A copy of your Uncle Joe's obituary for your records. Jim just gave a fine eulogy for him at the 5:30 Mass tonite [St. Patrick's Church, Seattle].

An interesting tidbit: Joe's uncle, Joe Kavanaugh, brother of Gerald, Annie, Nellie et al, died of the flu epidemic in 1920. This Joe K. was born in 1920 and died of the flu as well. All 7 of his children, most of his 11 grandkids and at least one g/grandchild will be at the services in Walla Walla this weekend as will we and 2 -3 of our adult children as well.

Here's the final draft that will appear in the [Walla Walla, Washington] Union Bulletin on Wednesday.

Joseph Hildward Kavanaugh, 83, of 1040 N. Clinton Street died at his home April 15, 2004. Viewing times: 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, April 22, 2004 and Friday 5:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. at Herring Funeral Home. Rosary: 6:30 p.m., Friday April 23, 2004 at Herring Funeral Home. Funeral Mass service: 10:00 a.m., Saturday April 24, 2004 at Assumption Church with graveside internment after the service at Mountain View Cemetery.

Joe was born May 6, 1920 in Lewiston, Idaho, the son of Lena Grace Short and Gerald Vincent Kavanaugh. He graduated from Lewiston High School an attended Lewiston Normal School Before being drafted into the U. S. Army during World War II. He served as troop transport driver and company clerk for the 3rd Strategic Air Division-8th Air Force in England from 1943-1945. He achieved the rank of sergeant prior to his honorable discharge.

He continued his education at the University of Idaho School of Engineering at Moscow until 1948 when he began working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Soil & Foundation Department in Walla Walla. Joe retired from the Corps in 1985 after 37 years of employment.

Joe married Patricia Marie Malloy on June 30, 1951 at St. Patrick Church in Walla Walla. They spent 47 loving years together and raised nine children. Joe was a member of Assumption Church. He was a co-founder and past president of the St. Vincent De Paul Society in Walla Walla. As a member of the Knights of Columbus he served as Grand Knight and was a Faithful Navigator of the Fourth Degree Assembly.

Joe participated in many other community and service groups, including the Elks Club of Walla Walla, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, the Corps of Engineers Retired Federal Employees Organization, and the Association for the Advancement of Retired Persons. He was involved with both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America with his children. He was active in the local Democratic Party and served as precinct chairman.

Joe was treasured by his family for his thoughtful deeds and generous nature. He was happiest in his role as family man who loved to visit family members, attend gatherings and celebrate holidays. In years past Joe enjoyed golf with long-time friends and attending minor league baseball games in Walla Walla. He visited many major league ballparks and often traveled to attend reunions of his Army unit. He was affectionately known as ?Radar O?Reilly? to his fellow veterans, because, like the M*A*S*H character, he was a wholesome Irish boy from a small town and was the company clerk. Joe was also well known as master of the corny joke.

Joe is survived by his sons, Gerald ?JK? Kavanaugh and wife, Tanh, of Rochester, New York, Bill and Kent Kavanaugh of Walla Walla and Richard Kavanaugh and wife, Carol Wilson of Olin, Iowa;his daughters, Colleen King and husband Greg of Spokane, Washington, Ginny Kavanaugh of Spokane, Washington and Kelli Malysheff and husband Tall of Maple Valley, Washington; his brother Jim Kavanaugh and wife Marilyn of Seattle, Washington; twelve grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Pat, on May 15, 1998, sons Michael and John Kavanaugh, brothers Lawrence and Edward Kavanaugh, and sisters Eileen Etter and Kathleen Kavanaugh.

Husband, brother, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, brother-in-law, and friend: He will be greatly missed and dearly remembered. In tribute to his faithful and faith-filled spirit, memorials to Joseph Hildward Kavanaugh may be directed to the Saint Vincent De Paul Society and Help Line of Walla Walla, or a charity of your choice.
 
Kavanaugh, Joseph Hildward (I00574)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kavanaugh, James V. (I00575)
 
50 address, 1964, from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith
Elk City, Idaho
 
Kavanaugh, Eileen D. (I00572)
 

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