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51 address, 1964, from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith
S.W. 7939 16th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 
Kavanaugh, Edward P. (I00571)
 
52 address, 1964, from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith
S.W. 7939 16th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 
Kavanaugh, Lawrence (I00570)
 
53 Arrived in Vancouver, B.C. in 1883 from Calais, Maine.
(Great Vancouver fire was June 13, 1886)

CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
James MYERS Household
Male

Other Information:
Birth Year <1861>
Birthplace ME
Age 19
Occupation Laborer
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household Patrick MYERS
Relation Son
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 98A 
Myers, James Arthur [Myres] (I00440)
 
54 Aunt Hannah lived to be 101. She lived in three centuries.
She had a bar in Portland (during prohibition) and met Ernie Myers, a jewler.
The married about 1923. Maxine, their only child, was born in 1925 in Portland.
Hannah and Ernie went into ranching and farming in Eastern Oregon and the Okanogan Valley of Washington. Hannah lived her last 29 years in Okanogan (Omak area).

SSN 540-24-5127[Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

Aunt Hannah lived to be 101. She lived in three centuries.
She had a bar in Portland (during prohibition) and met Ernie Myers, ajewler.
The married about 1923. Maxine, their only child, was born in 1925 inPortland.
Hannah and Ernie went into ranching and farming in Eastern Oregon and theOkanogan Valley of W ashington. Hannah lived her last 29 years inOkanogan (Omak area).

SSN 540-24-5127 
Dunn, Hannah (I00428)
 
55 Baptized Vincent Ignatius Smith (born July 31, feast of St. Ignatius Loyola). Was teased and called "Iggy" so he changed his name to Vincent Andrew Smith. Smith, Vincent Ignatius (Andrew) (I01323)
 
56 Bea Bodvin:
Every Saturday night, Jack Myers would buy cream puffs for the family, after some beer at the beer parlor. Other times he would not go to the store.
He arrived home about 10 p.m.

Worked as a lather. [a lather nails wood slats to a wall to hold the plaster.]

John MYERS
Birth Date: 26 May 1890
Death Date: Jan 1966
Social Security Number: 542-03-3694
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Oregon

Actual Death Residence: Oregon

Was a good (semi-pro?] baseball player, known as "Rabbit" Myers.

(probably a reference to Rabbit Maranville:
Walter James Vincent Maranville, born 1891 in Springfield, MA, died 1954 NY, NY
Bats Right, Throws Right, Height 5'5", Weight 155 lbs. Boston Braves.
Hall of Fame 1954.]

Jack Myers was about same height and weight, and said to be very quick, like a rabbit.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/m/maranra01.shtml 
Myers, John (I00377)
 
57 became a very wealthy man known as Michael Dunn of Ballymanis. Reinstated to his mother's status. Dunn, Michael (I00603)
 
58 Birth: New Brunswick Provincial Archives RS 141A2/2
Reference 15-1-32-1152
Microfilm: F14031
Place: Bathurst, County: Glouchester

Not with family as of 1901 Census.

Provincial Archives Home | français

Government Records > RS141 Vital Statistics Search Engine

Information | Help | Search Form

Index to County Birth Registers: 1800-1902

Child: BALDWIN, MARTHA JANE

Sex: F

Date of Birth: 1889-04-12 (YYYY-MM-DD)

Place: BATHURST

County: GLOUCESTER

Father: BALDWIN, HENRY

Mother: CREAMER, MARY ANNE

Reference: 15-1-32-1152

Microfilm: F14031

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Provincial Archives (Bonar Law - Bennet Building)
P.O. Box 6000
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Baldwin, Martha Jane (I01062)
 
59 Boston Pilot [Catholic Paper]
2 November, 1849
[Information wanted] of Owen Mairs, native of Ballina, Co. Mayo, parish of Kilmoremoy. When last heard from he was in Illinois. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his nephew, Tom Calkin, Fallsport P.O., Wayne Co. PA or Dan Kelly 481 Washington St., New York.

Married in Shanaghy, Ireland about 1857. One of the witnesses was Penelope Naughton

Godparents for two of his children are Ann Naughton and Katy Naughton. 
Meers, Eugene (I00497)
 
60 Buried from St. Patrick's Church, Heppner, Oregon
Newspaper: died of heart attack
Carmelita Myers: died of kidney infection and failure

Made First Communion Aug. 13, 1911, picture at Smithshire 
Smith, Genevive Audrey (I00395)
 
61 Buried with parents in Calais Catholic Cemetery.

June, 1900 Census shows her living with her father, John Myers, a widow.
She was born April, 1854, single, 44 years old
She did house work and could read and write English.
She was born in Maine, her parents in Ireland.

Died: January 21, 1911 in Calais, Maine. Buried in same lot at her mother and father.

June 3, 1912 Deed from Mary Agnes McAlpine, sole divisee under last will and testament of Mary Jane Myers, late of Calais, deceased. Sells "a portion of theJohn Myers property, so called" to John C. Gallagher for $400. 
Myers, Mary Jane (I00690)
 
62 butcher
went back and forth between Portland, OR and Lewiston, ID
Died in flue Epidemic in Lewiston 1920, age 33
may have done butcher work for Frank L. Smith in Portland
never married. 
Kavanaugh, Joseph (I00408)
 
63 Caoimhin: Irish for Kevin, pronounced Keeving Mears, Caoimhin (I00781)
 
64 CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Ellen MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1871>
Birthplace ME
Age 9
Occupation
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household Patrick 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 98A 
Myers, Ellen (I00698)
 
65 CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Julia MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1855>
Birthplace ME
Age 25
Occupation Keeping House
Marital Status M
Race W
Head of Household Patrick MYERS
Relation Wife
Father's Birthplace IRE
Mother's Birthplace NB

Source Information:
Census Place Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254489
NA Film Number T9-0489
Page Number 55C 
Harrington, Julia E. (I00437)
 
66 CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Kate MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1869>
Birthplace ME
Age 11
Occupation Att. School
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household Patrick 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 98A 
Myers, Catherine (Kate) (I00697)
 
67 CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Patrick MYERS Household
Male

Other Information:
Birth Year <1850>
Birthplace ME
Age 30
Occupation Farmer
Marital Status M
Race W
Head of Household Patrick MYERS
Relation Self
Father's Birthplace IRE
Mother's Birthplace IRE

Source Information:
Census Place Baileyville, Washington, Maine
Family History Library Film 1254489
NA Film Number T9-0489
Page Number 55C 
Myers, Patrick Joseph (I00436)
 
68 CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Anna MYERS Household
Female

Other Information:
Birth Year <1866>
Birthplace ME
Age 14
Occupation Att. School
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household Patrick 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 98A 
Myers, Annie (I00694)
 
69 Certificate of Citizenship [form N-560]
No. AA--8809
Application No. 1200-20076
1200-1073
Section 339 of Nationality Act of 1940
became citizen Oct. 28, 1901 [at birth]
Issued July 1, 1947

[born abroad of American parents. Edward was American. Married M.Gertrude. She assumed citizenship of her husband.][Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

Certificate of Citizenship [form N-560]
No. AA--8809
Application No. 1200-20076
1200-1073
Section 339 of Nationality Act of 1940
became citizen Oct. 28, 1901 [at birth]
Issued July 1, 1947

[born abroad of American parents. Edward was American. MarriedM.Gertrude. She assumed citi zenship of her husband.]

Beatrice BODVIN
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1901
Death Date: 4 Oct 1994
Social Security Number: 532-14-4783
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Washington

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 98133
Localities: Bitter Lake, King, Washington
Richmond Highlands, King, Washington
Seattle, King, Washington 
Myers, Mary Beatrice (I00380)
 
70 Chiropractor, Interested in genealogy Baldwin, Janice (I01536)
 
71 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Baldwin, Mary Freda (I01528)
 
72 Conversation: 7/27/2006 506-542-2057

745 Main St.
Beresford, NB E8K 1W6
Canada

Born November 1932
Wife: Elda
Father died 2 months before he was born
Father had 4 children with first wife, Eva Devoreaux, who died.
Edward "Ned"'s mother was Josephine Thibideau 
Baldwin, Edward Henry Joseph (I01337)
 
73 County Laois (Laoighis)

Also known as "Leix", this region was part of the possessions of the O'Mores (or O'Moores) before the Norman invasion. As in so many cases, the Norman grant of the lands to the Fitzpatricks was largely unsuccessful and the native Irish remained a constant threat until the sixteenth century when, along with the neighbouring Offaly, Laois was annexed to the English crown under Queen Mary and renamed "Queen's county". In case the Irish still hadn't got the point, the principal town was also renamed Maryborough. The county was retitled Laois after Independence in 1922, and Maryborough became Portlaoise. The town is best known to most Irish people today as the home of the country's only high-security prison.

Physically, the county is centred on the valleys of the upper Nore and Barrow rivers; most of the Slieve Bloom mountains, with some of the most beautiful and secluded landscape in Ireland, are in Laois.

Surnames associated with the county include Fitzpatrick, Buggy, Bergin, Dunne, Deegan, Tynan, and Dowling.
 
Kavanaugh, Andrew (I00582)
 
74 Death Certificate of John Myres (July 11, 1905)
Father: Owen Myres, born in Ireland, was a blacksmith
Mother: Nancy , born in Ireland

Died of : Senility, gradual failure, no organic disease.

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http://towns.mayo-ireland.ie/WebX?50@138.FxtJaWS0QB6.0@.ee7a1d3

Yvonne Myers

Yvonne Myers - 06:39am Sep 9, 2000 Irish

I am searching for my ancestors that came from Ballina. My great, great grandfather is buried in a cemetery there. The surname has been spelt several different ways. Mayers, Myers, Mairs, Meers. His name was Owen Mayers and he was probably born around 1800. He had a son named Patrick. Can anyone help me? Thanks, Yvonne

Adam Myers - 07:57pm Apr 10, 2002 Irish (#1 of 4)

Hi Yvonne,

Not sure if this is any help, but I am also tracing MYERS in the Ballina/Ballinrobe areas......

My father is called Patrick and was born in Ballina but not until the 1950s, he left ireland in the late 1960s, leaving all roots.

if this is anything close, feel free to email me at adamjmyers@yahoo.co.uk

Sheila Arthur - 01:29pm Aug 19, 2003 Irish (#2 of 4)

Please contact me. I am researching Mairs in Ireland and am also in touch with another researcher with roots in Ballina.

Sheila

P. J. Clarke - 11:19pm Jan 18, 2005 Irish (#3 of 4)

Hello: The Meers family lived in Bunree, Ballina, and had an egg store on Arthur Street, Ballina. He was a Urban District Councillor. He had a son called P. J., plus one other that I know of, and P. J. is married to Freda Cleary of St. Muredach's Terrace, Ballina, and have lived in Canada for many years. His brother could be called Edward who lives in Shanaghy, Ballina. There is also a Paddy Myers who lives on Bunree Road, Ardnaree, Ballina. Any help? P.J. C.

Eleanor Gordon - 07:48pm Oct 29, 2005 Irish (#4 of 4)

Bridget Miers / Mairs / Meers / Mears was born about 1810. She married Bartholomew Ford, also born about 1810, in the parish of Kilmore Moy on 6 June 1833. Bridget's residence was Bunree. In the same parish, same year, the couple were sponsors at the baptism of John, son of Patt Redington (sp?) and Ann Leech. By 1866, Bridget and Bartley were in Canada, and by 1840 they had migrated to Illinois, U.S.A. Any connections? Eleanor Gordon
 
Meers, Owen (I00696)
 
75 died an infant Smith, Richard E (I00145)
 
76 died between 1880 July & 1900 June
died in ME, before family moved to WI? 
Creamer, Guy (I00059)
 
77 Died from complications of diabetes. ("brittle" diabetic from age 2)

Erinn Patrick Smith
Thursday, March 01, 2007
The Oregonian

A funeral Mass will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 3, 2007, in All Saints Catholic Church in Portland for Erinn Patrick Smith, who died Feb. 24 of complications from diabetes at age 28.

Mr. Smith was born July 12, 1978, in Portland. He attended David Douglas High School before moving to Eugene, where he graduated from high school. He returned to Portland and was a doorman for the Quest club and a security guard at OHSU.

Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Michelle and Dennis Hofferbert; father, Daniel; sisters, Alexis Smith-Thompson and Julianne Coy; and grandparents, Shirleen and Donald Bergstrom.

Remembrances to Providence Hospice of Snohomish County. 
Smith, Erinn Patrick (I01457)
 
78 died in a logging accident.

Yvonne Goller: he died about 1913 in Vancouver

Obit of his father John in 1905 does not mention him. 
Myers, John "Jack" (I00444)
 
79 Died of cancer in Rochester, NY.
Met wife in Viet Nam.
Adopted her son who became policeman in Rochester, N.Y.
(Jim Kavanaugh, 6/3/08]

Gerald V. Kavanaugh
Kavanaugh, Gerald V.
Chili: Saturday, May 31, 2008. Predeceased by his parents and brother, John. Survived by his loving wife of 36 years, TanH; son, Hoang (Jonette); two foster daughters, Oanh (Bo) Lam, Nguyet Nguyen; grandson, Nainoa Kavanaugh; brothers, Michael, Bill, Richard, and Kent Kavanaugh; sisters, Colleen King, Kelli Molysheff, Jenny Kavanaugh; several nieces and nephews. Gerald was a proud Vietnam Veteran, and a retiree of the U.S. Post Office.
Friends may call at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home, 2771 Chili Ave., Tuesday, 4-7 PM. Funeral Mass, Wednesday [June 4, 2008], 9:30 AM at St. Pius the Tenth Church, 3000 Chili Ave. Interment, St. Pius Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Published in the Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on 6/2/2008. [Rochester, New York, USA] 
Kavanaugh, Gerald "JK" (I00795)
 
80 Died of Celampsia (elampsia) in pregnancy, at Seattle General Hospital. Dec. 12, 1904. Age 43.
Washington Deaths 1891-1907, King County, 1905 #13861 
Myers, Ellen "Nell" (I00446)
 
81 Died of sudden heart failure at age 44. [December 27, 1907 in Calais, Maine]
Leaves: Mother, Mrs. Patrick Myers
Sisters: Mrs. Theodore Young, Calais
Mrs. Frederick Dolan
Mrs. Roy Pollard of Brunswick
Mr. James Myers of Vancouver

CENSUS: US 1880 Maine
Michael MYERS Household
Male

Other Information:
Birth Year <1863>
Birthplace ME
Age 17
Occupation Laborer
Marital Status S
Race W
Head of Household Patrick MYERS
Relation Son
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 98A 
Myers, Michael (I00695)
 
82 e

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# Numbered in order
of visitation Personal Description
H
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Household Name of each person in family or household on 31st March, 1901. Sex. C
o
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ship to head of family or household. Single,
married,
widowed
or divorced. Month and date of birth. Year of birth. Age at last birthday.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
15 29 145 Creamer Bernard M Head M Dec 23 1861 40
15 30 145 Creamer Eliza F Wife M Apr 14 1862 39
15 31 145 Creamer Mamie E. F Daughter S Dec 22 1883 18
15 32 145 Creamer Mabel A. F Daughter S Sep 8 1885 16
15 33 145 Creamer George B. M Son S Jan 16 1886 15
15 34 145 Creamer Eliza B. F Daughter S Feb 28 1888 13
15 35 145 Creamer William E. M Son S Jun 15 1889 12
15 36 145 Creamer Eva J. F Daughter S Aug 8 1891 10
15 37 145 Creamer John J. M Son S Jul 15 1896 5
previous household next household

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Lot (township/canton) 45, KINGS, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 
Creamer, Bernard Jr. (I01007)
 
83 Edmund Butler: the second Lord Dumboyne Butler, Edmund (I00612)
 
84 Edward Harold, Esq. Paradise Row, (St. John, NB)
Catherine was eldest daughter

#704 St. John Daily News, 12 Nov 1974 
Harold, Edward (I01515)
 
85 Ernest Myers: Oregon Pfc Co E 109th Inf WW I Myers, Ernest (I00379)
 
86 First of the twins. Smith, Eloise (I00560)
 
87 Foster Child. Kavanaugh, Nguyet Nguyen (I01617)
 
88 Foster child. Kavanaugh, Oanh (I01616)
 
89 Francis MYERS
Birth Date: 21 Nov 1892
Death Date: Aug 1970
Social Security Number: 544-16-2458
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Oregon

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 97218
Localities: Portland, Multnomah, Oregon 
Myers, Francis Patrick (I00378)
 
90 Frank McCartney, M.D.: Died of Hodgekin's Disease
Bea Bodvin: Died of tubercular glands.[Creamer from Dick Brooks.ged]

Frank McCartney, M.D.: Died of Hodgekin's Disease
Bea Bodvin: Died of tubercular glands.

Name Date of Death Place of Death Certificate Number
McCartney, Rae February 6, 1927 City_of_Portland 409 
McCartney, Rae Alan Eustice (I01288)
 
91 From Frances A. Smith, RSCJ, 1973:
Brother Gabriel Smith, C.S.C. [Congregation of the Holy Cross]
Born at Virginia, County Cavan June 21st, 1833
Entered "as brother through common school education," August 1861 at Notre Dame, Indiana.
Died at Notre Dame, February 28, 1894
Family legend had Brother Gabriel as artist who decorated original college chapel. Visitors to CARA (1973) says chapel is preserved and favorite for alumni weddings.

Immigration: Declaration of Intent, Dubuque, Iowa
Book 1, 1934-1856

#1535 Smith, Bernard age 23 Arr. US 22 Sept. 1849 Date of Declaration: 4 Aug. 1856

Therefore: born 1833, came to US at age 16, declared intent to become US citizen at age 23. Entered Congregation of Holy Cross at age 28. Died age 60. 
Smith, Bernard "Br. Gabriel" (I00511)
 
92 from Nellie Kavanaugh Smith:
Aunt Ellen, my god-mother, was a favorite of her grandmother, Judith McGrath Dunn, and spent much time at her home. Judityh told Aunt Ellen many things of the life of Lady Grace with whom she herself had spent much time. 
Kavanaugh, Ellen (I00580)
 
93 From Tracadie RC records, from Patsy Hennessy, Bathurst, NB, August 3, 2005

Jane Victoria CREAMER d/o Wm and Mary Famlyn
Born: age 5 months
Bapt: July 17, 1848
Sponsors: James Witzell and Maria Witzell
F.X. Lafrance, Missionary priest 
Creamer, Jane (I00367)
 
94 From: "Cathy Joynt Labath"
To:
Subject: [IA-IRISH] A couple of items from May 1904 - Nolan and Donahue

Emmetsburg Democrat; Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, IA; Wednesday, May 25, 1904

HAPPENINGS IN IOWA

Embezzler Arrested in Ireland
John J. Donahue, who disappeared from Sioux City April 25, after having
embezzled over $5,000 from the J.J. Farrelley Commission company of Chicago,
for which he was bookkeeper in its office at Sioux City, has been captured
in Killarney, Ireland ,and will be brought back to this country. He had on
his person $300 when taken. He was only nineteen years old.

The Passing of a Pioneer.
On Wednesday morning of last week our citizens were surprised to learn
of the sudden death of Patrick Nolan. He had been over town and at work in
his garden on Saturday, the day he was taken sick, and only a few had
learned of his illness until the news of his death reached them. The funeral
took place on Friday morning when a very large procession, including many of
the old settlers of the county, followed the remains from the house of the
deceased in the east part of town to the Catholic church, where the last
rites of the church were performed by Rev. M.J. Costello. The pall bearers
were E.P. McEvoy, J.T. Mulroney, M.H. Crowley, James Dunigan, Thos. Kirby
and M.F. Coonan.
Mr. Nolan was born in Dunmore, Kilkenny county Ireland, in 1833. He
came to America at the age of 21 and lived for one year at Brooklyn, New
York. He then moved west and spent a year at Elgin, Illinois. That year he
started for northwestern Iowa. In company with Thomas Maher, who took a
homestead on what is now a part of the town site of Emmetsburg, he went by
team from Elgin, Illinois to Iowa City, and from there they came to this
place on foot. He was one of the small party of pioneers from Kane county,
Ilinois, who came out in 1856. In the spring of that year a party of six
consisting of Ed and Miles Mahan, James and John Nolan, Lot Laughlin, and
John Neary reached here and settled along the river. Mr. Nolan and Mr. Maher
came later the same year. In the spring of 1857 Mr. Nolan was married at
Fort Dodge to Johanna Conway, a sister of Mrs. John Nolan, and for forty
years he lived on the old farm on the east side of the river, a short
distance north of the old town site. This homestead is one of the historic
spots of the county - always known to the early settlers and to travelers
for its open-hearted hospitalty. The old settlers and the young people of
thirty years ago can tell of many a pleasant evening spent at the home of
"Pat in the Bush".
Of the three children born to Mr. and Mrs. Nolan, two died of
diptheria - one boy and one girl. The surviving son, M. J. Nolan, lives in
the comfortable home on the east side where his father died.
Mr. Nolan was for many years one of the leading and most successful
farmers in the county. He purchased and fed a large number of cattle and
employed several laborers during the entire year. However, later he met with
some business reverses and retired several years ago and came to this city
to spend his remaining days. He was a frank, outspoken, open hearted old
gentleman and was when he had ample means a generous contributer to all
worthy public enterprises. He gave willingly a helping hand to many a needy
pioneer and furnished him food and shelter beneath his humble roof when
there was no Emmetsburg and when stopping places were few and far between.
His name and his praiseworthy deeds will often be recalled by those who knew
him as a friend, benefactor, and upright citizen.
]

Cathy Joynt Labath
Irish in Iowa
http://www.celticcousins.net/irishiniowa/index.htm
 
Nolan, John P. (I00879)
 
95 From: "Dave Peers"
To: "'David A. Myers'" ,
"'fiona ness'" ,
"Tara Mears" ,
"Siobhain Mears" ,
"Aisling. Mears"
Subject: PJ Mears
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 05:39:39 -0500

Hi All,
Bad news I'm afraid. Kevin [Mears] just rang me to say that the hospital switched
off PJ's life support at 21:00 US Eastern Time [Nov 24, 2006]. 02:00 GMT.

Freda, her sister Patricia, John & PJ jnr, granddaughter and Katrina
(Kevin's daughter) were all at his bedside.

Please pass this on to anyone who needs to know.

Freda's address:
400 South Cypress Road
Appt 424
Pompano Beach
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida 33060
USA

Tel: [001] 954-786-8547
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Patrick Mears
Mears, Patrick, of Pompano Beach, FL passed away on November 24, 2006. Kraeer Funeral Home & Cremation Center.
Published in the Sun-Sentinel on 11/27/2006.
 
Mears, Patrick John "PJ" (I00741)
 
96 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Myers, David Allen (I00384)
 
97 Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Lurgan, County Cavan

Smyth Bernard Murmod Lurgan Cavan

Mc Cabe Bernard Murmod Lurgan Cavan

Mc Cabe Peter Murmod Lurgan Cavan 
McCabe, Bernard (I00519)
 
98 Griffiths Valuation of Ireland - Lurgan, County Cavan

Smyth Bernard Murmod Lurgan Cavan

Mc Cabe Bernard Murmod Lurgan Cavan

Mc Cabe Peter Murmod Lurgan Cavan 
Smith, Bernard (I00515)
 
99 Hello David,

I found something quite interesting this morning. Molly thinks she can resell the mink jackets Aunt Louise has. So, I was packing up this morning, and took a close look at each. Three of them are monogramed on the inside lining (this is quite traditional for furs). Two say LOUISA and one says LOUISA LITTLE. So, there is something behind the Louisa story. Very clearly there is an "a" rather than an "e".

Just keeping our family historian up to date. Oh yeah, the fellow in Marin County with pictures etc. has yet to mail them to you, but plans to do so.

Love,

Mary Jo
 
Smith, Louisa Veronica (I01322)
 
100 Henry W. Baldwin, age ____ buried in St. George's Cemetary May 4, 1882 by W.H. Street, Rector
Bathurst, NB Anglican church. 
Baldwin, Edward (I01231)
 

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