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After Nora died Catherine went to live with Minnie. Hugh would visit
often from New York to New Jersey. His son Thomas lived with him. Hugh never remarried. Hugh had a cousin Thomas Benn who married Johanna Flavin who was from Glin. (Nell Proscia 6/11/2004) 
McCabe, Hugh (I5503)
 
2 "John Griffin called Jack Mike as son of Mike. He was very close to Johanna & Minnie. He was a nice, quiet man" Nell Proscia(5/07/2004) Griffin, John (I5506)
 
3 Bill Wood's confirmation sponsor. O'Connell, Jeremiah J. (I5921)
 
4 " he was separated from his wife, when he died at Rockaway, where Nell & Angelo lived at the time. They did the burial arrangements." (Nell Proscia) Hartney, John J. (I5517)
 
5 "A week ago yesterday at 8.30 a.m. Margaret phoned to say that James Nicholl had been killed near Glenary Station where he works. He was not the driver, one guy had two broken legs. We went to the funeral with Paul, Phil and Aunt Kay on Tuesday. Though not a Mass Young Father Vaughan Leslie did a wonderful job--he even wore a dog collar (so rare) and wee feet [lapel with human feet ten weeks after conception]. The coffin was open during the service and covered with a brown feather mat. I was thinking of Fr. Frankie Wall as a Maori address was given at the service and at the graveside. I have never seen so many at a graveside, many young people of course. After the grave had been filled in by the 'congregation' a rousing haka was performed by about a doz young blokes. Sue's mother was there from the N.I. R.I.P. The moral of the story is "Keep up the faith". Elizabeth O'Neill to her overseas children, 23 June 2002.

Two hurt when car hits power pole near Gore
Riversdale man killed in crash
Staff Reporter
A 19-year-old man is dead and two others are in hospital after a car hit a power pole at Waikaia Piano Flat, 66km north of Gore, at 3.30am on Saturday.
The dead man is James Robert Nicholl, of Riversdale.
A 19-year-old Eastern Southland man suffered serious leg injuries and was taken to hospital, along with a 21-year-old man who was injured.
Senior Sergeant Neil Cruickshank said the accident occurred on a sealed back road and one of the injured men walked to a farm house to raise the alarm.
The accident happened after the Ford Fairmont car left the road on a straight section and hit a concrete power pole, he said.
Specialist police were investigating.
Mr Nicholl had been a South Island and Southland age-group rugby representative.

NICHOLL, James Robert. - Loved nephew of Graham and Serria (Wellington), Brian and Cathy (Mataura), Jeff and Catherine Hewson (Gore), Clare and Alister Beck (Australia), Terry and Wendy (Riversdale), Poppy and Betty (Clive), Liz (Haumoana), Adrienne and Motu (Elsthorpe), Tommy and Trish (Australia), Warren and Fiona (Australia), Johnny and Bridget (Hastings), Dawn and Roger Taylor (Clive), Joy Ryan and Sam (Clive), Wayne (Napier), Ngaira (East Coast), and Baldy (Wairoa), and a much loved cousin of all the families in New Zealand and Australia.
NICHOLL, James Robert. - Loving partner of Sandy. We love you James, our thoughts and memories will keep you with us forever. Behave until we meet again.
NICHOLL, James Robert. - On Saturday, June 15, 2002 (as the result of an accident), at Glenary; aged 19 years. Dearly loved and treasured twin son of Bernie and Sue (Riversdale), much loved and special brother of Aroha and Micheal, loving friend of Sandy Hall, much loved grandson of Jess and the late Jack Nicholl (Gore), Martin and Mana Pohatu (Clive). - A funeral service for James will be held in the Riversdale Community Centre, at 2 p.m., on Tuesday, June 18, then leaving for the Riversdale Cemetery. Messages to B. Nicholl, No. 6RD, Gore. - Stephen Funeral Home, Gore, FDANZ Griefcare.
Otago Daily Times, Monday, 17-June 2002 
Nicholl, James Robert "Jimbob" (I2815)
 
6 "Better known as Cassie. Married on 28/8/1946 Bruce Henry Elliott from Wendonside, a builder. Lived in Gore all her married life, bringing up six children on her own. Husband died when children small, 1964. Cassie left school at Form 2."
(O'Connor family tree, 1990) 
O'Connor, Catherine Mary "Cassie" (I2111)
 
7 "Better known as Jack. Jack left school after Form 2 and worked on his father's farm at Sandstone and Waimea. Married 3/5/1950. Jack was in the J Force in Japan after the Second World War. When he returned from overseas he took up farming in the Dacre area. Got the farm through the Farm Ballot Scheme. Jack worked at Invercargill Electrical after finishing farming and is now retired. Enjoys golf." (O'Connor family tree, 1990) O'Connor, John Francis "Jack" (I2112)
 
8 "Better known as Nay. Schooling same as twin brother Mick. Left school and came home to farm at Waimea. Took over the farm at Waimea after Mary O'Connor shifted to Gore. Played representative rugby. Also did military training in the army." (O'Connor family tree, 1990) O'Connor, Nathaniel Edward "Nay" (I2118)
 
9 "Better known as Tom. Married 18/8/1951. As a child Tom spent several months in hospital with osteoarthritis. Left school after Form 2, and went home to farm at Sandstone. Tom, Nay and Mick farmed in partnership for some time, then Tom took over the Sandstone property." (O'Connor family tree, 1990) O'Connor, Thomas Michael "Tom" (I2113)
 
10 "Catherine arrived in Dunedin about 1875, where she worked as a domestic servant till she married David Bourke. David worked for the New Zealand Railways briefly at Milton, thereafter at Dunedin. A son was killed at the railway yards. Catherine died of cancer aged 55 years, and from then on the family was cared for by the eldest daughter, Sophia. Catherine's is the only family that had a number of children die in childhood." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, p. 3].

30 December 1878, St Joseph's Church, Dunedin: witness to her sister Jane O'Neill's marriage: "Catherine O'Neill, George Street, Dunedin." 
O'Neill, Catherine (I6)
 
11 "George Stafford, known as Stafford, firstly travelled to the U.S.A., and worked in a brickyard in New York city. Then he went back to Ireland and on to New Zealand with the ship "Bombay" (both sail and steam and built of iron) as a steerage passenger. He arrived at Port Chalmers (Dunedin) on 24 January, 1884. On his first night in Dunedin he stayed at the "Gridiron Hotel", now known as "George's Tavern". Later Stafford travelled to Tasmania. Whilst there the Bank he had his money in went broke. He then came back to New Zealand to marry and settle as a farmer at Patearoa in Central Otago." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 17).

Stafford was possibly named George for his godfather, but the Stafford name prevailed. Were the godparents his uncle and aunt, she a sister of John and James Stafford O'Neill?

25 APR 1892: Stafford and his future wife Bridget Herlihy are witnesses to the marriage of his cousin John to her sister Ellen Herlihy, at Naseby Catholic Church. 
O'Neill, George Stafford "Staff" (I25)
 
12 "Hazel went to school until Form 4. Then worked for J.G. Ward, stock firm at Gore. Played netball. After she met her future husband, she changed jobs to work at Electric Refrigeration in Gore. Married, lived in Invercargill, Wellington,
Oamaru, and now lives in Christchurch." (O'Connor family tree, 1990)

Fall just before 52nd anniversary
Christchurch: Paul Muir's memory is filled with the good times he shared with his wife on their treasured weekly group walks.
But an accident on Wednesday's trek claimed 74-year-old Hazel Eileen Muir's life, just days short of the couple's 52nd wedding anniversary this weekend.
They were coming down the Loop Track on Mount Richardson at Glentui with their walking group, the Bishopdale Ramblers.
Mrs Muir fell 30m off the track into a rocky gully.
Group leader Alan Courtney threw himself after Mrs Muir and suffered a fractured rib and cuts.
Mrs Muir was taken to Christchurch Hospital by helicopter, but died from her injuries. - NZPA
Otago Daily Times, Saturday, 19 October 2002. 
O'Connor, Hazel Eileen (I2115)
 
13 "Hugh Mulholland, Public Trust Office, Dunedin" Mulholland, Hugh Hillary (I393)
 
14 "Hugh went to the USA and was married in St Patrick's Cathedral, New York City. He settled at Newburgh in New York State. On his mother's death certificate we note that Hugh was present at her death in 1890 in Ireland and signed the necessary documents. For a time he was a ship's mate for the Central Steamboat Co. in New York." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 23). O'Neill, Hugh (I243)
 
15 "James Stafford, known as Stafford, received a canonical dispensation to marry Cecily O'Neill, due to their degree of relatedness. Stafford died of typhoid. Of his ten children, five emigrated to New Zealand, three to the U.S.A., and two remained in Ireland. Joseph is the only one of his family whose death we have not yet traced. He is said to have been mugged in New York City sometime in the 1910's." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, p. 1].

The house in which Stafford and Cecily O'Neill are supposed to have brought up their family still stands in Ballymacpeake, 100m from his brother John's house, but is no longer inhabited. Next to the new house of Stafford and Angela O'Neill.
Photo: O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986,11.

A list of the children of James Stafford and Cicily O'Neill was given to Rose Warren (daughter of Neal O'Neill) by Jean Sugrue (daughter of Mary Jane O'Neill Feeley) in 1980: James, John, Stafford, Patrick, Sinney, Hugh, Neal, Joseph (died early in America), Mary Jane Feeley, Margaret Downey. Rose annotated the list: "I did not know there was t[w]o girls." 
O'Neill, James Stafford "Stafford" (I240)
 
16 "James was the eldest of the Stafford O'Neill family. He became a Sergeant in the Royal Irish Constabulary in the south of Ireland, but later took on the family farm. For some reason the family had lost part of their farm, but years later at
an auction James bought it back. James' son Stafford, a bachelor, eventually took over the family farm, which at present his nephew, also Stafford, and his wife Angela, are farming. A new home has now been built very close to the old Stafford
O'Neill homestead." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 12]. 
O'Neill, James (I27)
 
17 "Jane arrived at Port Chalmers, Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1877 with her brother John on the ship "James Nicol Fleming". Firstly, she worked as a house maid, then married and resided as a farmer's wife at Ranfurly. In later years she lived with Sarah and May, her daughters, at South Dunedin close to St Patrick's Basilica." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 7]. O'Neill, Jane (I14)
 
18 "John arrived at Port Chalmers as a ploughman on the ship "James Nicol Fleming" on 3 October 1877, with his sister Jane, and his mother's sister Margaret Cassidy, her husband and children. After working as a bullock driver in North Otago, and elsewhere, he took up land in Central Otago in 1886. His first wide Nellie died tragically of peritonitis shortly after their wedding. John later married Margaret Doorley and continued to farm at Patearoa until their retirement at Ranfurly."
[O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 5].

He always celebrated his birthday on St Patrick's Day. 
O'Neill, John Jnr (I8)
 
19 "John came to New Zealand, and probably landed at Port Chalmers, Dunedin. He married, and lived in the North Otago area until 1906. He was a hotelier at Kurow for some time, and for a short time also had a farm near Oamaru. Whilst out hare shooting near Omarama, he was run over by a buggy wheel and badly hurt. The whole family then moved to the Masonic Hotel in Wellington. John died there in 1907. Mrs O'Neill and family then continued as hoteliers at Inglewood, Taranaki in the North Island of New Zealand." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 19). O'Neill, John (I241)
 
20 "John O'Connor purchased Sandstone from where he brought up his 10 children. Bought Waimea farm about 1937, shifted down to Waimea and worked both farms from Waimea. Waimea previously owned by Cooneys." (O'Connor family tree, 1990)
5-7 January 1990: reunion of descendants of John and Mary O'Connor, with family tree and biographical information produced.
5-7 January 2001: reunion of descendants of John and Mary O'Connor at Gore & Riversdale, with family tree and biographical information produced. 
O'Connor, John Thomas (I2110)
 
21 "John O'Neill, the elder brother, had four children in his marriage to his third cousin Biddy Mulholland. Their eldest child, James, is known only from the baptismal records. After Biddy's death, John married another third cousin, Alice O'Neill, and we know of at least six children from this marriage, in some cases knowing only the names. There may have been three other children in the family. Four of John's children emigrated to New Zealand, while one stayed in Ireland."
[O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, p. 1].

The house in which John, Biddy and Alice brought up their families still stands.

John O'Neill could not read: he made his mark when registering his daughter Margaret's birth in 1867. 
O'Neill, John (I16)
 
22 "Joseph is the only one of his family whose death we have not yet traced. He is said to have been mugged in New York City sometime in the 1910's." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, p. 1].

"Joseph died early in America" according to Jean Sugrue(RIN 1104), ca 1980. 
O'Neill, Joseph (I247)
 
23 "Left school at 15 years and came home because she was very sick. Worked at home most of the time, but had a brief period working at Arthur Ellis & Co, Dunedin - sewing, then married." (O'Connor family tree, 1990)

DEATH: Publication:      Otago Daily Times
Date:      December 27, 2005
Section:      WEATHER
Page Number:      35 
O'Connor, Agnes Margaret (I2114)
 
24 "Margaret left Ireland with her cousins Neal and Mary-Jane [O'Neill]. When the three people arrived in Port Chalmers, she travelled to Ranfurly with John and Jane (O'Neill) Mulholland by buggy and pair. The cost of a ship's fare from Rockhampton, Australia to Port Chalmers, Dunedin was 2 pounds. Distance 2,500 kilometres. She then worked at Patearoa sheep station for 10 shillings a week. In 1894 she married, and she lived for the rest of her life as a neighbour of her sister Jane (O'Neill) Mulholland." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 9]. O'Neill, Margaret (I31)
 
25 "Margaret married and stayed in Ireland. She was one of only two in the Stafford O'Neill family to stay all her life in the land of her birth." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 29). O'Neill, Margaret "Maggie" (I246)
 
26 "Mary Jane left Ireland with her brother Neal and cousin Margaret O'Neill as an assisted immigrant, for Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Legally, they were meant to stay two years there, but they came on to Port Chalmers (Dunedin) in 1890. She was met at the ship by her cousin Jane (O'Neill) Mulholland and husband John Mulholland. Mary Jane soon settled in Oamaru. She and her husband Edward were the first couple married in St Patrick's Basilica, Oamaru." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 21). O'Neill, Mary Jane (I242)
 
27 "Neal left Ireland for Rockhampton, Australia and came from there to Port Chalmers (Dunedin). He didn't stay long in the south of New Zealand with the other family members, but married up north, in Hastings, and lived there for the rest of his
life. He was a foreman at Whakatu Freezing Works. He died as a result of being knocked off a bicycle by a car." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 27). 
O'Neill, Neal (I245)
 
28 "Older spellings of the name McErlane were McErlaine, McErlean, McErlene, McErleane. In Ireland, the spelling became fixed as McErlean." [O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 10]. McErlane, Charles "Charlie" (I429)
 
29 "Patrick came to Dunedin about 1880 from Ireland. He was married at St Joseph's Church. Whilst in Dunedin he worked for some time on the construction of St Joseph's Cathedral, but for most of his working life he was a member [sic] of the New Zealand Railways." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 14). O'Neill, Patrick (I24)
 
30 "Paul did primary schooling at St Mary's, Gore, coming to school by train and bus. Went to St Kevin's for one year, then came home and worked on the farm at Waimea. Went building at Gore with Mr Hay and boarded at Mr Butt Buchanan's place.
When Paul finished his building apprenticeship, he and Bruce Elliott went building in partnership together until Bruce's death in 1964. Then Paul went by himself until he semi-retired to Queenstown. Played rugby. Also did military training in the army." (O'Connor family tree, 1990).

Death notices:
O'Connor, Paul Denis.--On Sunday, June 16, 1996. Loved son of the late Mary and John O'Connor, loved brother of the late Cassie and Bruce Elliott, Jack and Nancy (Invercargill), Tom and Kathleen (Riversdale), Agnes and Syl Hoffman (Gore), Hazel and Paul Muir (Christchurch), Jim and Lorna (Riversdale), Michael and Bernadette (Dunedin), Nathaniel and Doreen (Riverton), and Owen and Aileen (Gore), and a loved uncle of all his nieces and nephews.
O'Connor, Paul Denis.--On Sunday, June 16, 1996. Loved brother-in-law of Syl and Agnes Hoffman (Gore), Maurice Hoffman (Otematata), Mary and Keith Haggart (Waikaia), and Frank and Khrys Hoffman (Australia).
O'Connor, Paul Denis.--In memory of a loved friend and mentor, taken suddenly from us all. The wealth and knowledge of experience he shared with us will always be remembered and cherished dearly. We thank you--we owe you so much. Your memory will always be with us in our work and play. Thank you, Paul.--Peter and Paul Rogers. 
O'Connor, Paul Denis (I2119)
 
31 "Sinan went to Newburgh, New York, USA and married and settled there. He was accidentally killed in 1907. His death certificate shows that he was a railway car inspector. He was always known as Sinney O'Neill, and only recently was his 'proper' name learned, which is a variant of Sean. Until a few years ago, all that was known of Sinney was that he went to the US, and it was only when his son John visited Derry that contact was re-established, and thus also with the descendants of Hugh O'Neill." (O'Neills of Greenlough, 1986, 25). O'Neill, Sinan "Sinney" (I244)
 
32 "There are two Nicholl Brothers shops in Ballymena, but they are sold to nephews, the Raineys. And all those years it was only the one Nicholl brother there, because just two months after they opened the shop, Boyd was killed in a motorbike accident, avoiding a child and he hit into a wall. He was engaged to be married and it was very sad for them all, especially Nat, because he was a quiet one and had to run the shop - but Lily came to help him. ..." [Mary O'Neill, 25 August 1984]

"When Boyd got killed on a motorbike they didn't even let his fiancee know - strange lot, [Olive] said they were." [Letter from Therese O'Neill, 25 August 1984]. 
Nicholl, Matthew Boyd "Boyd" (I2581)
 
33 "There are two Nicholl Brothers shops in Ballymena, but they are sold to nephews, the Raineys. And all those years it was only the one Nicholl brother there, because just two months after they opened the shop, Boyd was killed in a motorbike accident, avoiding a child and he hit into a wall. He was engaged to be married and it was very sad for them all, especially Nat, because he was a quiet one and had to run the shop - but Lily came to help him. ..." [Mary O'Neill, 25 August 1984]
Lily did clerical work until the age of 50, then stopped due to the onset of Multiple Sclerosis, according to Olive Nicholl. 
Nicholl, Elizabeth Jane "Lily" (I2582)
 
34 "When Paul [O'Connor] finished his building apprenticeship, he and Bruce Elliott went building in partnership together until Bruce's death in 1964." (O'Connor family tree, 1990) Elliott, Bruce Henry (I2121)
 
35 "[Olive Nicholl] said Anna was a great gardener, and if she put a stick in the ground it would grow - they had lots of lovely old trees there too ..." [Letter from Mary O'Neill, 25 August 1984].

Anna kept house at Laurel Hill. 
Nicholl, Anna Rosa (I2579)
 
36 1 March 1916: witness to marriage of Mary Cusack [her sister] and Patrick Chamberlain: Dora Cusack, Dressmaker, Invercargill

Andersons Bay Cemetery, Block 303, Plot 25 Purchased by Annie Eileen Dickey, 1973 ILMO Dora Cusack, loved aunt of Eileen, Dora and Joan, died 23 August 1973. RIP.

Oral information from Eileen Dickey, Mosgiel, 1992: Dora never married, worked as a dressmaker for a long time in South Dunedin, then in Waikaia. 
Cusack, Dora Purcell (I1445)
 
37 148 Thistle Street Glasgow. In 1911 John Thomas was living with his Grand Mother on the Gunn side ????? at No17 in Eshnadarragh (Rosslea, Fermanagh) [source Paul Rooney]
John Rooney died at 8 Craigmont St, Maryhill, Glasgow, in 1965: in 1927 his wife's uncle William O'Donnell was living at 16 Craigmont Street. 
Rooney, John Thomas (I1883)
 
38 1857 8-9 April: Doorley, Portland-Port Fairy to Hobson's Bay per Champion. = possible coastal trip.

1862 Sand & McDougall Melbourne Directory:
Doorley, John, Swan Hotel, Swan and Church Streets, Richmond.

1862 ditto:
Doorley, John, Swan Hotel, 220 Swan Street, Richmond.

1864: no trace.

Hamiltons Cemetery, Central Otago: "In memory of a loving father & mother, John & Ann Doorley. Erected by their daughter, Lucy." 
Doorley, John Kenny (I18)
 
39 1862 Griffiths Valuation:
Parish of Grange of Ballyscullion, townland of Gillistown:
Plot 26, Nathaniel Nicholl, leasing from Acheson T. Henderson, House, offices and land, 21 acres 25 perch, land valuation £16/10/0, buildings £1/15/0, total £18/5/0.

Info about the Nicholls in Ireland is based on - letters from Mary and Therese O'Neill, August 1984 - JS O'Neill, Travel Diary, 1985 - notes made by Patrick O'Neill at Olive Nicholl's, Ballymena, 1987.

"The Nicholls originally came from Scotland. They were a crofting family, McLeod clan, put off their land when the crofters were put out to make sheep farms. Old Mr Nat Nicholl was a wheelwright and he went to Glasgow first and then to Ireland.
He would be the father of John Charters and Nathaniel ... There was a blacksmith's forge, for the wheelwright, so we took a photo of the chimney and all the old tools and stuff still lying about. And at the gate of Laurel Hill there used to be a mill to scutch the flax for making linen. Olive said the flax used to soak first and gave a terrible smell. They used to grind corn there too. She said the Nicholls got so used to the flax smell they didn't mind it, and Nat her husband had no sense of smell at all. There are two Nicholl Brothers shops in Ballymena, but they are sold to nephews, the Raineys. And all those years it was only the one Nicholl brother there, because just two months after they opened the shop, Boyd was killed in a motorbike accident, avoiding a child and he hit into a wall. He was engaged to be married and it was very sad for them all, especially Nat, because he was a quiet one and had to run the shop - but Lily came to help him. ..." [Mary O'Neill, 25 August 1984]

Laurel Hill is the name of the Nicholl Family home, very close to Taylorstown/Gillistown, Co Antrim, near Toome. In 1992 it was unoccupied, the outbuildings were being used by the present owners, who may be some kind of relation, but were not very interested.

Grange Baptist Church, about 62 Taylorstown Road, Grange Corner, Ballymena, phone 0648-50386, pastor Gerald Rogers [1987]. There is a marriage register from 1875 onwards, apparently, but no baptism register in the Baptist Church! According to Olive Nicholl, the Nicholls never raised headstones over graves; the churchyard is not far from Laurel Hill.

According to Olive Nicholl, Nathaniel had an export trade in bonded wheels to Scotland. 
Nicholl, Nathaniel (I2091)
 
40 1901 Census: Charters Rainey owns six properties in Gillistown. Nicholl, John Charters (I2087)
 
41 1910 Census confirms 1878 date better than other censuses. Carney, Henry C. (I1416)
 
42 1940 United States Federal Census about Andrew V Ford
Name:      Andrew V Ford
Respondent:      Yes
Age:      42
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1898
Gender:      Male
Race:      White
Birthplace:      New York
Marital Status:      Married
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Home in 1940:      New York, Kings, New York
View Map
Street:      Putnam Avenue
House Number:      1022
Farm:      No
Inferred Residence in 1935:      New York, Kings, New York
Residence in 1935:      Same House
Sheet Number:      61B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:      14
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Andrew V Ford      42
Helen Ford      30
Andrew Ford      6
Anne Ford      2 
Ford, Andrew T. (I4186)
 
43 1940 United States Federal Census about Andrew V Ford
Name:      Andrew V Ford
Respondent:      Yes
Age:      42
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1898
Gender:      Male
Race:      White
Birthplace:      New York
Marital Status:      Married
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Home in 1940:      New York, Kings, New York
View Map
Street:      Putnam Avenue
House Number:      1022
Farm:      No
Inferred Residence in 1935:      New York, Kings, New York
Residence in 1935:      Same House
Sheet Number:      61B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:      14
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Andrew V Ford      42
Helen Ford      30
Andrew Ford      6
Anne Ford      2 
Griffin, Helen (I4204)
 
44 1940 United States Federal Census about Andrew V Ford
Name:      Andrew V Ford
Respondent:      Yes
Age:      42
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1898
Gender:      Male
Race:      White
Birthplace:      New York
Marital Status:      Married
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Home in 1940:      New York, Kings, New York
View Map
Street:      Putnam Avenue
House Number:      1022
Farm:      No
Inferred Residence in 1935:      New York, Kings, New York
Residence in 1935:      Same House
Sheet Number:      61B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:      14
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
Andrew V Ford      42
Helen Ford      30
Andrew Ford      6
Anne Ford      2 
Ford, Andrew (I4205)
 
45 1940 United States Federal Census about William Corrigan
Name:      William Corrigan
Age:      45
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1895
Gender:      Male
Race:      White
Birthplace:      Irish Free State
Marital Status:      Married
Relation to Head of House:      Head
Home in 1940:      New York, New York, New York
View Map
Street:      Charles Street
House Number:      67
Inferred Residence in 1935:      New York, New York, New York
Residence in 1935:      Same House
Citizenship:      Having first papers
Sheet Number:      14B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation:      552
Neighbors:      View others on page
Household Members:     
Name      Age
William Corrigan      45
Mary Corrigan      45
Delia Sheedy      52
James Sheedy      11
William Cunningham     
Lindley W Hubbell      38
Fred L Hersh      30
Jeanne Ulacica      5
Doris Havens      33
William Lee      73
Burleigh Rodick      35
Joseph Deutschiein      44
Wayne Borders      31 
Corrigan, William (I4212)
 
46 1959: not mentioned in mother's death notice. 1968: mentioned as deceased in father's death notice. Beach, James Thomas (I321)
 
47 1986 address: "Mt Highlay," Fourmile Road, Hyde, Central Otago O'Neill, Paul Hugh (I125)
 
48 1986 address: 1/38 Dalwhinnie Parade, Howick. Sugrue, Rex James (I1138)
 
49 1986 address: 10 Larges Lane, Nelson. Tohill, James Henry "Jim" (I1784)
 
50 1986 address: 109 Chestnut Drive, New Windsor, NY 12550. Telephone 914-561-1522.

Has been visited by Br John O'Neill (RIN 913), and by John, Elizabeth and Mary O'Neill (RIN 2, 3, 71).
Social Security Death Index: Name: John F. Oneill SSN: 072-05-1649 Last Residence: 12553 New Windsor, Orange, New York, United States of America Born: 12 Feb 1905 Died: 23 Nov 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951 ) Source Citation: Number: 072-05-1649;Issue State: New York;Issue Date: Before 1951. 
O'Neill, John Francis (I1174)
 

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