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151 raised in Rahway, New Jersey
Not related to the Dunns
Belonged to Parish of Timahoe, baptized at home, as were all at that time (1838)
From Co. Queens, Leister

Note from F. Leo Smith, 12-10-1998
Grandfather Kavanaugh died of Alcoholism. Therefore Grannie was against alcohol, but she had four "medicinal" bottles during prohibition.

From Celia Kavanaugh Boylan 4-1-03
Immigration records for Gerald Cavanagh, age 27, a sailor, formerly resident of Ireland who arrived in New York on the Webster on April 19, 1864 whose last port of call was Liverpool, England, his purpose of sailing was to stay in the USA and he travelled as a steerage passenger. Manifest ID 902079.
(Family Archives CD of the Family Tree maker's passenger and immigration lists 1846-1865.)
[Most likely not our relative]

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Oregon Historical Records Index Detail Information
Case#
Name Kavanaugh, Gerald
Date 10-01-1898
Age 56y
Record Type Portland Deaths
County
Source Portland

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Passengers on the Queen of the West from Liverpool, England to New York City

Name Occupation Age Nation/Port Arrival Number

Ann Cavanagh Immigrant 40 Ireland/Liverpool 4/13/1850 409
Mary Cavanagh Immig 35 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Ellen Cavanagh Immig 12 I/L 4/13/1850 409
J[erald] Cavanagh Immig 10 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Catherine Cavanagh Immig 8 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Samuel Cavanagh Child 4 I/L 4/13/1850 409
William Cavanagh Child 3 I/L 4/13/1850 409

Ann Cavanagh and Mary Cavanagh were sisters. 
Kavanaugh, Gerald James (I00405)
 
152 Ray BODVIN
Birth Date: 3 May 1900
Death Date: Nov 1985
Social Security Number: 538-34-4598
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Washington

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 98368
Localities: Adelma Beach, Jefferson, Washington
Beckett Point, Jefferson, Washington
Discovery Bay, Jefferson, Washington
Fort Worden, Jefferson, Washington
Ft Worden, Jefferson, Washington
Glen Cove, Jefferson, Washington
Leland, Jefferson, Washington
Mats Mats, Jefferson, Washington
Port Townsend, Jefferson, Washington
Protection Is, Jefferson, Washington
Protection Island, Jefferson, Washington
Pt Townsend, Jefferson, Washington
Townsend, Jefferson, Washington
 
Bodvin, Ray (I00431)
 
153 Second of twins.

Made profession as a Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, August 5, 1925

Marylhurst Convent Cemetery
Clackamas County, Oregon

West Linn, OR 
Smith, Florence " M. Eloise Anne " Sr. (I00559)
 
154 She went to Europe and visited Ireland. Did not like it. There is much poverty.

Passengers on the Queen of the West from Liverpool, England to New York City

Name Occupation Age Nation/Port Arrival Number

Ann Cavanagh Immigrant 40 Ireland/Liverpool 4/13/1850 409
Mary Cavanagh Immig 35 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Ellen Cavanagh Immig 12 I/L 4/13/1850 409
J[erald] Cavanagh Immig 10 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Catherine Cavanagh Immig 8 I/L 4/13/1850 409
Samuel Cavanagh Child 4 I/L 4/13/1850 409
William Cavanagh Child 3 I/L 4/13/1850 409

Ann Cavanagh and Mary Cavanagh were sisters. 
Dunn, Mary (I00581)
 
155 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, born 1823, Charles Smith, b. 1802 , John Smith, b. 1811, Rosanna Smith, b. 1829, Elizabeth Smith, b. 1831, Katherine Smith (?), Ann Smith, b. 1817:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time.
These relatives were ancestors of Doris McNulty, known as Penny Singleton who played "Blondie" in the movies.

Settled in Dubuque, Iowa

About 1862, Francis S. Smith, 36, and Ellen Nolan, 20, were married in Dubuque.

Went to San Francisco (Santa Rosa) by way of Panama.
Then one year later went to Corvallis, Ore.
Then one year later went to St. Paul, Ore. Arrived 1866.
 
Smith, Francis Simon (I00507)
 
156 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Rosanna Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Katherine Smith, Ann Smith:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time. 
Smith, Anne (I00504)
 
157 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Rosanna Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Katherine Smith, Ann Smith:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time. 
Smith, Charles (I00416)
 
158 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Rosanna Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Katherine Smith, Ann Smith:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time. 
Smith, John (I00502)
 
159 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Rosanna Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Katnerine Smith, Ann Smith:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time. 
Smith, Elizabeth (I00510)
 
160 Siblings: Francis Simon Smith, Charles Smith, John Smith, Rosanna Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Katnerine Smith, Ann Smith:
left Ireland, went to Liverpool, England.
Embarked on the Anna Rich, arrived in United States on July 29, 1850. The ship's registry carries the signarure "Francis and the Smith Family."
They stayed with relatives in Philadelphia for a time. 
Smith, Rosanna (I00509)
 
161 Simon Patrick Smith
Known as "Si" in the family and "Pat" at his job of advance man for the Ringling Bros. circus.

He had a sever infection in his right hand and arm. He went to the hospital and his condition deteriorated very rapidly within a day or so. A nurse found a rosary in his coat pocket and asked if he were Catholic. He could not speak but wrote "Mass" on a piece of paper. The nurse called a priest who gave him the last sacraments and wrote letters to his mother, Nellie K. Smith and to his brother, Leo Smith.
Immediately after his death, his body was shipped by train to Portland. His funeral Mass was at St. Mary's Cathedral and burial at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. (Leo covered expenses] 
Smith, Simon Patrick (I00396)
 
162 Sir Patrick Grace of Gracefield Castle and Gracefield Fort. Grace, Sir Patrick (I00604)
 
163 Sister Humiliana, O.S.F.
Sisters of St. Frances of Dubuque.
Entered from Savanna, Georgia.

Sisters of St. Francis
Mount St. Francis
3390 Windsor Avenue
Dubuque, IA 52001-1311
March 30, 1999

David A. Myers, S.J.
5441 San Angelo
Guadalupe, AZ 85283

Dear Father,

Thank you for the good copy of the picture of Sister Mary Humiliana. There are not too many still alive who remember her since she died in 1936, but for the few who do, I agree that it will be a treat to have a better likeness of her

I's sorry to report that I do not have much to add to your research on Sr. Mary Humiliana. I had one of our sisters who knows German read from our entrance book the notation on Sister re: Savannah, Georgia. She said it read: "Comes to us from Savannah, Georgia." I have no idea why she would have been there, but hoped that you would have some family connections that would explain it.

Quite by accident, this sister was one who remembered Sister. She told me that Sister Mary Humiliana was a homemaker for the sisters in her home town when her mother was in school. Sister was in this sister's home town in 1888 so that would have been shortly after she entered our community. In those days, new members often went on mission as postulants or novices.

As to whether or not Sister M. Humiliana knew German I can only tell you that all who entered our community in the early days had to learn German. Prayers were said in German and most of our early sisters were from Germany, so she was surrounded by it. Only in 1914 or thereabouts did the Archbishop ask us not to pray in German since sentiments against the Germans was so strong at this time.

Have a blessed holy week and Eastertide.

Sincerely,

Sr. Elvira Kelley, OSF 
Myers, Ann (I00445)
 
164 six children ? Smith, Earl Gilbert (I00113)
 
165 Smith, Sister Elvira, d. 03 Nov 1936, Sec. 1, Row 1, Plot 8, South Side, Headstones with Crosses
Marylhurst Convent Cemetery
Clackamas County, Oregon
West Linn, OR

Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary [SNJM]

Died of infection of pericardium, shortly before the discovery of penecillin.

Book "Sounds of Silence" by Sr. Gilbert, SNJM features Alice as the postulant/novice.\
 
Smith, Alicia Virginia (I01319)
 
166 Social Security Death Records

DANIEL GREEN 16 Mar 1901 Nov 1964 63 Kirkland, King, WA 98033 (not specified) Washington 531-10-5069 Search GenCircles
SS-5 Letter 
Green, Daniel (I00451)
 
167 son of Helen DeBray by previous marriage, adopted by Dan R Creamer Creamer, John Lawrence (I00326)
 
168 Source Medium: Other
 
Source (S00002)
 
169 Source Medium: Other
 
Source (S00003)
 
170 Source Medium: Other
 
Source (S00010)
 
171 SSDI has a EVA SMITH
born 24 May 1912
died Nov 1982
last residence 53209 (Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI)
SSN: 391-16-8317 
Parker, Eva (I00076)
 
172 SSDI has an Earl Frink born 21 Jan 1894 died Jul 1983 Green Bay WI 54304 SSN 392-03-1722 Frink, Earl (I00150)
 
173 SSN: 368-01-2096 Creamer, Richard Joseph (I00138)
 
174 SSN: 371-18-8382 DeMille, William Henry (I00087)
 
175 SSN: 387-05-4181 Creamer, Leonard Richard (I00137)
 
176 SSN: 394-07-2043 Schnitzke, Lois (I00144)
 
177 SSN: 396-14-2649 Kovar, Bernice N (I00079)
 
178 SSN: 397-03-2007 Creamer, Lucille Marie Isabel (I00139)
 
179 Step son McDonald, Joseph (I01578)
 
180 Surmized to be husband of Mary Baldwin from New Brunswick vital statistics for Glouchester County. Sweeney, Henry Melvin (I01567)
 
181 Surmized to be wife of Nicholas Baldwin from New Brunswick Vital Statistics.
Birth dates and names of children are indicators. 
Poirier, Olive (I01571)
 
182 Tamlyn = Tamblyn = Tamlin=Timlin

Probably born in County Devon, England. Was on PEI by 1832 (land records). 
Tamlyn, Mary (I01241)
 
183 Tombstone at gospel side of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Granard, Co. Longford:
Sr. M. Fintan Creamer, died Dec. 22, 1929 age 24.

Big monument: "Pray for the soul of Mother Mary Joseph Hoare -- Mother superior -- Sacred Heart Convent Granard -- born 24 Sept. 1855 -- Entered Religion 15 August 1871 -- Died 4 Sept 1919 -- And for the souls of all the sisters of the same community whose remains are interred in this cemetery -- Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy On Them."

Buried there:
1907 age 30
1912 age 20
1913 age 39
1929 age 24 (Sr. Fintan)
Eamon and Gabriel Creamer speak of the sisters dying of the "scourge" which seems to have been tuberculosis. (June, 2005) 
Creamer, Sister Mary Fintan (I01513)
 
184 Tried to adopt her, but never did
Odilia met Frances and Aileen as a border at Mt. Angel, Oregon. Older than Frances and Aileen. She was very nice to the other children (Carmelita Myer, 5-9-04)
Odilia died of apendicitis 
Speth, Odilia (I00808)
 
185 Twin boys were born at Reedsport, Oregon. They died at birth and are buried in the Reedsport Masonic Cemetery, which is "in town." They are in the children's section which is inside the front gate about 50 feet and to the left --nearly to the boundary fence. The grave stone is cement and clearly states:

THE SMITH TWINS
APRIL 26, 1940 
Smith, Twins (I00404)
 
186 Twin with Mamie. Smith, Stephen (I00548)
 
187 Twin with Stephen Smith, Marie Alicia "Mamie" (I01474)
 
188 University of Oregon, president of class (Senior?) 1931 Cherry, George Washington (I00389)
 
189 William knew how to read. Other people brought him letters to read for them.
Family was from Co. Sligo, Ireland[Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

William knew how to read. Other people brought him letters to read forthem.
Family was from Co. Sligo, Ireland

!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 1881 Bathurst, New Brunswick
William CREAMER Household
Male

Other Information:
Birth Year <1821>
Birthplace Ireland
Age 60
Occupation Carpenter
Marital Status W
Ethnic Origin Irish
Head of Household William CREAMER
Religion Catholic

Source Information:
Census Place Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick
Family History Library Film 1375822
NA Film Number C-13186
District 36
Sub-district B
Division 1
Page Number 62
Household Number 221

!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 (Jane Creamer, Chatham, NB)
Mrs. Henry Baldwin of Canada (Mary Ann Creamer, Bathurst, NB)
(Omitted: Mrs. Edward Myers of Vancouver B.C., Canada [Mary Gertrude Creamer])

On January 28, 1882, William Creamer filed probate for the estate of his father, John Creamer and his mother, Margaret Creamer.
He states that he lives at "Melville Road Lot 29 in Queen's County of PEI and that he is a Ship Carpenter.

Death Data: (Wisconsin Historical Society]
Death Record Details
Last Name: Creamer
First Name: William
Day: 11
Month: December
Year: 1899
County: Marinette
Reel: 055
Volume: 02
Page: 0191
Image: 2963
Index Vol:
Sequence #: 070373

Wisconsin Marriage Data
Marriage Record Details
Last Name: Creamer
First Name: William
Day: 24
Month: November
Year: 1886
County: Marinette
Volume: 01
Page: 0130

Wife:
Marriage Record Details
Last Name: Stephenson
First Name: Susan E
Day: 24
Month: November
Year: 1886
County: Marinette
Volume: 01
Page: 0130 
Creamer, William (I00356)
 
190 Witnesses: Vincent Smith, Louise Smith (brother and sister of Genevive) Family F00146
 
191 Worked as a lather in Portland.[Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

Edward MYERS
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1903
Death Date: Jul 1978
Social Security Number: 540-10-5300
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Oregon

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 98105
Localities: Seattle, King, Washington
University, King, Washington

Death Benefit Localities
Zip Code: 98103
Localities: Greenwood, King, Washington
Seattle, King, Washington
Wallingford, King, Washington 
Myers, Edward Phillip (I00381)
 
192 Worked as an electrician. Installed first light switches in Vancouver in the Grandview St. House.
They had the first electric refrigerator.
Organized for IBEW in Oregon/Washington
Patty Bodvin McGrath remembers going in an airplane to Pasco, WA to visit with Bill who was organizing workers there. ca. 1940 [Hanford Atomic Energy Plant?]

Immaculate Conception Church, Calais, Maine
Volume I
Page 123, June 13, 1888
I baptized William Myers born at Baileyville, May 28, 1888
of Edward Myers and Mary G. Creamer, his wife.
Sponsors: Patrick and Mary Myers. John P. Nelligan

Buried with wife, Helen, at Willamette National Cemetery
11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd.
Portland, OR 97266-6937
(503) 273-5250 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

Worked as an electrician. Installed first light switches in Vancouver inthe Grandview St. Ho use.
They had the first electric refrigerator.
Organized for IBEW in Oregon/Washington
Patty Bodvin McGrath remembers going in an airplane to Pasco, WA tovisit with Bill who wa s organizing workers there. ca. 1940 [Hanford Atomic Energy Plant?]

Immaculate Conception Church, Calais, Maine
Volume I
Page 123, June 13, 1888
I baptized William Myers born at Baileyville, May 28, 1888
of Edward Myers and Mary G. Creamer, his wife.
Sponsors: Patrick and Mary Myers. John P. Nelligan

Buried with wife, Helen, at Willamette National Cemetery
11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd.
Portland, OR 97266-6937
(503) 273-5250

William MYERS
Birth Date: 9 Mar 1888
Death Date: Oct 1964
Social Security Number: 542-05-1014
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Oregon

Actual Death Residence: Oregon
 
Myers, William Aloysius (I00376)
 
193 Worked with the Associated Press for over 40 years Smith, Leslie Joseph (I00561)
 
194 Working as ship labourer in 1901 Canadian Census. Roman Catholic. French origin. Perre, Gilbert (I01243)
 
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Phaneuf, Dion (I01595)
 
196 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

!BIRTH: spring
!DEATH: summer-fall 
DeMille, Kathleen (I00919)
 
197 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

!BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #281

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #34 
Creamer, William Edward (I01193)
 
198 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

!BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.1 #372

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.2 #98 
Creamer, John Belriald (I01194)
 
199 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

!BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.4 #486

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.8 #689 
Smith, Charles Henry (Charlie) (I01182)
 
200 [Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

!BIRTH: WI Vital Statistics - Marinette Co. Vol.5 #83

!DEATH: WI Marinette Co. Vital Statistics - Vol.8 #717 
Smith, Guy Earl (I01183)
 

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