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'unknown' MULVIHILL died in probably Chicago. 'unknown' married Mary NOLAN.

Mary NOLAN [Parents] was born about 22 Jun 1863 in Lenamore, Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She was christened on 24 Jun 1863 in Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She died in probably Chicago. Mary married 'unknown' MULVIHILL.

Mary's baptismal sponsors were Patrick Healy and Mary Healy.

Mary emigrated to the United States, settling in Chicago.

They had the following children.

  M i
Joseph (Joe) MULVIHILL was born in possibly Chicago. He died.

William ATKINSON was born about 1894 in Ireland. William married Mary MADDEN about 1923 in probably New York.

According to the 1940 census, William was a Port Authority patrolman.

Mary MADDEN [Parents] was born on 16 Jan 1892 in Lenamore, Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She was christened on 19 Jan 1892 in Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She died in Jun 1961 in New York. Mary married William ATKINSON about 1923 in probably New York.

Mary's baptismal sponsors were Edward Fitzgerald and Catherine Mulvihill.

Mary emigrated to the United States in 1909, arriving at Ellis Island on 18 September of that year. She was joining her uncle Cornelius Madden of 126 East 98th St. in New York. She must have returned to Ireland for a time because she arrived again at Ellis Island 11 years later, on 12 November 1920, giving her last place of residence as Ballylongford rather than New York. Again her contact name on the ship manifest is given as her uncle Cornelius. However, we do know that Mary was living in New York in August 1912 when her sister Maggie emigrated to the States as Maggie's contact name on the ship manifest is given as her sister Mary of 126 West 98th St.

At the time of the 1930 census Mary and her family were living in Manhattan. By the time of the 1940 census the family had moved to Woodycrest Avenue in the Bronx.

They had the following children.

  F i Living.
  M ii Living.
  M iii Living.

'unknown' FOLEY died. 'unknown' married Margaret (Maggie) MADDEN in probably New York.

Margaret (Maggie) MADDEN [Parents] was born on 27 Jan 1890 in Lenamore, Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She was christened on 30 Jan 1890 in Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. She died in Jun 1965 in New York. Margaret married 'unknown' FOLEY in probably New York.

Maggie's baptismal sponsors were Cornelius Madden and Mary Barrett.

Maggie emigrated to the United States, arriving at Ellis Island on 23 August 1912. She was joining her sister Mary who was living at 126 East 98th St. in New York.

Maggie and her husband, who had no children, lived in New York.


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Living [Parents].


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Living [Parents].

They had the following children.

  F i Living.
  F ii Living.

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Living [Parents].


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Living [Parents].


Daniel DEVINE [Parents] was born about 1822 in Ireland. He died in between 11 Sep 1854 and 27 Oct 1877. Daniel married Mary Ann MEAD on 7 Feb 1848 in Bavarian Chapel, Warwick St., Soho, London.

According to both his marriage certificate and the 1851 census, Daniel was a shoemaker. We know that Daniel predeceased his brother John who died in October 1877 and it seems likely he died between 1854 and the 1861 census as he was alive at the time of the death of his daughter, Ellen, in 1854, while his son Michael is listed in the 1861 census, without his parents, as part of the household of his grandmother Catherine Devine.

Mary Ann MEAD [Parents] was born about 1819 in Ireland. Mary married Daniel DEVINE on 7 Feb 1848 in Bavarian Chapel, Warwick St., Soho, London.

According to their marriage certificate, the address of both Mary Ann and Daniel was 30 Windmill St., presumably in the parish of St. James, where they were married. The certificate also tells us that Mary Ann was a waistcoat maker and her father, John, a tailor. By the time of the 1851 census Mary Ann, Daniel and their two young children were living at 6 Little Dean Street (renamed Bourchier Street in 1937), Soho in the parish of St. Ann in Westminster. Mary Ann was still working as a waistcoat maker.

The 1861 census shows a widowed Mary Ann Devine, aged 40 and a needlewoman, living as a lodger in the St. James's area. However, her place of birth is given as London rather than Ireland. Nevertheless, there is a (slight) possibility that this is our Mary Ann.

Marriage Notes:

Witnesses were William Mead and Catherine Mead.

They had the following children.

  F i
Ellen DEVINE was born about 1849 in Marylebone, London. She died on 11 Sep 1854 in 2 Marlborough Court, Soho, London.

Ellen's death certificate tells us she died of cholera, the duration of which was eight days. She was only five years of age. The informant was her father, Daniel, of 2 Marlborough Court in the parish of St. James.

Ellen was a victim of the 1854 Broad St. (now Broadwick St.) cholera epidemic in Soho, caused most likely by contaminated water from the Broad St. pump, located close to the Devine family home at 2 Marlborough Court and built near a cesspit that developed a leak. The outbreak lasted from the end of August to the end of September 1854 by which time more than 600 Soho residents had died of the disease.
  M ii
Michael DEVINE was born on 27 Sep 1850 in 6 Little Dean St., Soho (parish of St. James), London.

Michael is listed, without his parents, in the 1861 census as a member of the household of his grandmother Catherine Devine. Unfortunately, there appears to be no trace of Michael in subsequent censuses.

John MEAD.

He had the following children.

  F i Mary Ann MEAD was born about 1819.

Patrick (Paddy) ADAMS died. Patrick married Hanora (Nora) STACK.

Hanora (Nora) STACK [Parents] was born on 15 Jun 1931 in Moyvane, Co. Kerry. She died on 12 Jan 2011 in Australia. Hanora married Patrick (Paddy) ADAMS.

Nora lived in Melbourne, Australia.

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