18 Mar 1882 Hugh MCGUIRE, 64, of McTaggart St. a native of
County Tyrone Ireland and a resident of Ottawa for the last 45 years.
6 Nov 1881 at Maniwaki, on the Gatineau, Patrick LOGUE lumberman & merchant a native of County Tyrone Ireland.
22 Sept 1881 William MCFADDEN 96, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland born Sept 2, 1785. Deceased saw active service in Canada 1812-1814 settling in Ashton in 1818.
10 Mar 1899 McGLINCHEY--In this city, March 8, Annie beloved
daughter of John and Rose McGLINCHEY and sister of Peter
McGLINCHEY a native of Parish Termonamongen, County Tyrone,
Ireland aged 22 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral, this day (Friday), at 9:30 o'clock from the parlors of Carew
& English, 41 Van Ness avenue; thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, Van Ness
avenue where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 10 o'clock. Internment Holy Cross Cemetery.
16 March 1899 DAVIS--In Berkeley March 14- Mrs. Jane E. DAVIS, widow of the late Robert DAVIS and mother of Mrs. Allen MacDONALD and Mrs. J. C. JENSEN, a native of County Tyrone with the Ireland, aged 68 years, 8 months, and 20 days. (Modesto and Stockton papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Allen MacDONALD, 2434 Haste street. Internment, Mountain View Cemetery
12 March 1907 McCANN--In this city, March 11, Hugh M., dearly beloved husband of Margaret T. McCANN, loving father of Gertrude L. McCANN, and brother of William McCANN, Mrs. J. J. O'SULLIVAN of San Luis Obispo and the late J. McCANN of Martinez, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland
2 Mar, 1900 O'CALLAGHAN--In this city, Catherine, dearly beloved wife of the late Thomas H. O'CALLAGHAN, and mother of Thomas, Lillie and Florence O'CALLAGHAN, Mrs.G.H.WIMKEN, Mrs.A.C.KEPPEL, and the late Frank J. O'CALLAGHAN. A native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 57 years. Contact: Julie Fontanacol@aol.com
12 Dec 1912 MARSHALL--In this city. December 11, Elizabeth MARSHALL beloved wife of the late James M. MARSHALL, and mother of James G. MARSHALL and Mrs. Thomas GREER, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 87 years contact Kacm9794@aol.com
25 Jan 1870 FLYNN--In this city, January 24, Elizabeth, wife
of Peter FLYNN, a native of Tyrone, Ireland, aged 42 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, 816 Folsom street,
between Fourth and Fifth, without further notice
8 Sept 1873 MACKIN-In this city, September 6, James MACKIN, a native of the town of Beragh, Parish of Beragh, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 32 years, 11 months and 19 days. (Boston papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Monday) at 2 1/2 o'clock p.m. from his late residence, northwest corner of New Montgomery and Minna streets, without further notice.
9 July 1875 CULLEN--In this city, July 8th, Margaret, wife of Charles CULLEN, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 48 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Friday) at 3 o'clock p.m., from No. 651 Sacramento street, near Kearny. Interment in Mount Calvary Cemetery
McBRIDE--In this city, (San Francisco) July 8, Thomas McBRIDE, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 44 years. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Saturday) at 2 o'clock p.m., from his late residence, 716 Tehama street 22 Oct 1879 KENNEDY In this city, October 20, James KENNEDY, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 32 yrs. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock P.M., form his late residence, 534 Folsom street. 28 Nov 1879. CREEGAN-In this city, November 26, Ellen CREEGAN, a native of Coagh, County Tyrone,Ireland. Aged 91 years, 5 mos. and 10 days. Friends are invited to attend the funeral, To-Day (Friday),at 2 o'clock PM from her late residence, 543 Stevenson street. 12 December 1885 LAPPING-In this city, December 11, Margaret LAPPING, mother of Mrs. S. MYERS and Daniel ENGLISH, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland. aged 56 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Saturday), at 2 o'clock P.M. from the undertaking parlors of O'Connor & Sheehy, 767 Mission street, opposite St. Patrick's Church
23 October 1878 McMASTER--In this city, October 22d, R.J. McMASTER, a native of Omagh, County of Tyrone, Ireland, aged 27 years 3 Apr 1882 CLARK--In this city, April 1, at the Russ House, Samuel CLARK, a native of the parish of [Clonaulise?], Castle Caufield, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 62 years. (Lodi and Stockton, California, and Steubenville, Ohio papers please copy.) Remains in the receiving vault of Cowen & Porter, preparatory to embalming and shipping to Ireland. 31 May 1890 LOUGHRAN--In this city, May 30, William P., beloved husband of Mary T. LOUGHRAN, native of County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 44 years. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock P.M., from his late residence, 144 Shipley street. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery 12 April 1900 DOWD--In this city, April 11, Mary, beloved wife of Peter DOWD and mother of Mrs. M. A. KIRLIN and Margaret E. DOWD, a native of County Tyrone, Ireland 12 Jan 1913 MILLS--In County Tyrone, Ireland, December 19, Cassie Maria, beloved daughter of Annie and George MILLS and loving sister of Mrs. William BEATTY, Mrs. C. HUTCHINSON and George, James, Andrew, John, Thomas, Alexander, Robert and the late Lizzie L. MILLS and niece of W. J. RAMSEY of San Francisco, aged 36 years SULLIVAN--In this city, January 10, Susan M., beloved wife of the late Daniel C. SULLIVAN and mother of John M. SULLIVAN of Rio Vista, Cal, and the late Johanna DE BUDGE, a native of the Parish of Kilaclough, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 90 years. (Solano county papers please copy.) Friends and acqaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Monday) at 8:30 o'clock a.m. from the parlors of J.C. O'Connor & Co, [582?] Valencia street, near Sixteenth street; thence to St. James' Church, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
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The whole community was shocked upon Sunday evening by learning of the death by drowning on Friday night of Mr. Wm. Maghan, night watchman on the steamer Fawn. That boat upon last week, owing to her large freight business, was compelled to make two trips, leaving on her second one at noon on Friday. The accident which deprived the unfortunate man of his life occurred at about 3 a. m. on Saturday morning, the darkness at the time of its occurrance being very intense. It is not exactly known how it happened but the last seen of Mr. Maghan he started forward to cover some stacks of feed with a tarpaulin, which, leaving set his lantern upon the deck, where it was found a few minutes later, he no doubt attempted to do, but by some means stumbled or slipped off the guard between it and the barge. He came up after falling about midway of the boat right under the guard but soon floated out and beyond the boat calling to the pilot as he was swept past to "back up," and again his voice rang out upon the dark and somber night in an agonizing cry for "help," which those in hearing of the helpless man struggling with the cruel waters were unable to do. The Fawn upon this trip had no canoe or small boat with her, and although the steamer was backed at once, nothing could be seen or heard of him. At the time of the accident Mr. Maghan wore an overcoat, and even a young and expert swimmer would scarcely have been able to contend with such a weight of clothing on, much less a man of his age, and one who had not been in the water for many years.
The scene of the drowning was at a bend in the river, which the boat was just rounding one mile above Pine Rapids, and the boat waited until daylight in the vain effort to find the remains but without avail. Upon her return further search was made but without avail.
Wm. Maghan was a native of Duntroon, Ireland, and was 62 [sic] years of age. He had been in America something over thirty [sic] years, settling first in Canada and later coming to Duluth and finally four years ago to Aitkin. He leaves a wife and a large family of children most of whom reside at Aitkin.
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1 April 1885 DAILEY - On Sunday, May 17, Mary
DAILEY, a native of the Parish of Augnlowe, County Tyrone,
Ireland, aged 65 years. Funeral will take place on Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, from
her late residence, 14 Bridge road.
11 May 1885 O'DONNELL- On May 12, 1885, Rose O'DONNELL, a native of county Tyrone, Ireland. Relatives and friends are requested to attend the funeral from her late residence, 133 Gold st, Thursday, May 14
January 1888 McQUADE-Margaret. Tuesday, Feb.28, wife of Christopher McQuade. Native of Duragh, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 55 years. Funeral from her late residence : 197 No. 6th St., Bklyn. Interment in Calvary Cemetery
1 May 1906 CONNOLLY, Mary 64 years old, widow of James CONNOLLY, died at her home, 284 Willoughby avenue, last Sunday. She was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, and came to this country when very young and had lived here for more than fifty years. Mrs. CONNOLLY was a member of St. Patrick's Church, of which the Rev. Father TAAFFE is pastor. She is survived by one daughter and three sons. The funeral was held this morning from her late home, thence to St. Patrick's Church, where requiem mass was celebrated. Interment followed in Holy Cross Cemetery.
1 November 1906 RAMSAY Allan G. - a member of Day Star Lodge, No. 798, F. and A. M., died yesterday at his home, 866 Atlantic avenue. He was born in County Tyrone fifty-one years ago. The funeral services will be held at 8 o'clock to-morrow night. Interment Wednesday afternoon at Evergreen Cemetery. George H. ORR, of 21 Putnam avenue, is the undertaker in charge of the arrangements.
1 May 1907 KEENAN, Patrick -City Chamberlain dead City Chamberlain Patrick KEENAN died last night at his home, 253 Seventh street, Manhattan. He had been ill six weeks, the result of a stroke of paralysis. His last official act was to sign the Sinking Fund papers, which the Mayor's messenger brought to his home last Saturday. Gathered about his bedside when the end came were many men of prominence in New York's official life. His only known relative, a nephew, Hugh MEENAGH, was out of town.
Patrick KEENAN was born on the 17th of March, 1837. The anniversary of his birth, St. Patrick's Day, was always made the occasion for merriment by Mr. KEENAN's friends on the lower East Side. Coming from his native place, the County Tyrone, Ireland, at the age of 14, he settled in New York. He obtained a place as a ship plumber's apprentice. Later he became a calker in the shipyards on the East Side, and finally branched out with his brother, James, in a saloon venture when both were young men. They opened a place at Avenue C and Thirteenth street, but Pat KEENAN soon tired of the liquor business, declaring it was not the right sort of work for a young man to stay in.
Chamberlain KEENAN received a salary from the city of $12,000 a year, and much of this he distributed in charity. Having no relatives to care for, and being a bachelor, he had only himself to support, and his fortune soon grew into the hundreds of thousands, for he never squandered his money. The details of his political career would fill several newspapers. His funeral will be one of the most largely attended ever held in New York.
NICKLE Eliza died on Wednesday of pneumonia, after a short illness. She was born in Tyrone County, Ireland, and had resided in the Bedford section for about a year with her son, James A. NICKLE, and his wife, Lillian NICKLE, at 1088 Bedford avenue. The funeral services will be held to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock, and the interment will be made at Holy Cross Cemetery.
1 June 1907 CAMPBELL -- Patrick, on June 11, 1907, native of County Tyrone, Ireland. Funeral from his late residence, 872 Fiftieth street on Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock; thence to St. Catherine's Church, Forty-first street and Fort Hamilton avenue, where a solemn high mass will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment at Poughkeepsie. Poughkeepsie papers please copy
Patrick CAMPBELL died yesterday of apoplexy, after an illness of three days, at his home, 372 Fiftieth street. He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, 68 years ago, had been a resident of Brooklyn for forty-nine years and was for twenty years a police in the Forty-sixth Precinct. He retired about ten years ago and is survived by three sons. He was a member of St. Catherine of Alexandria Church, Fort Hamilton avenue and Forty-first street; and a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated there tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, the Rev. Father O'NEILL officiating, after which the remains will be sent to Poughkeepsie for interment. The undertaker in charge of the funeral is James FARRELL of 118 Fifth avenue.
19 October 1918 McKENNA Charles died yesterday at his home, 11 Apollo street. He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, twenty nine years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for nine years. He was a member of St. Cecelia's R. C. Church and is survived by his widow, Margaret; one son, Charles; one daughter, Mary; his father, Patrick; two brothers, Patrick and William, and three sisters, Sister Loretta Frances, of the Catholic Protectory; Sister Salone, of St. Joseph's of Brentwood and Mrs. KENNY. He was employed by the Standard Oil Company. The funeral will be held on Wednesday at 2 P.M. with interment at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Thomas F. MADDEN, of 917 Kent avenue.
1 July 1928 McCARRON, Michael - Requiem will be celebrated at 9:30 AM tomorrow at the RC Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Long Island City, for Michael McCARRON, who died Thursday at his home, 230 Temple Street,Astoria. He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland and is survived by his widow, Mary McKenna McCARRON, two daughters and six sons. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery
4 September 1928 CAMPBELL - John CAMPBELL, for many years a prominent wholesale charcoal dealer, died Friday at his home, 471 Seventy-fourth street. He was a member of Brooklyn Lodge, No. 22, B. P. O. Elks. Services will be held Sunday at 8 P.M. He is surviced by his wife, Theresa DONOHUE CAMPBELL; four sons, James,John, Milton and Raymond; five daughters, Violet, Mary Margaret, Veronica and Theresa, and one sister, Mrs. Anna McGIRR. He was born in Green Castle, County TYRONE, Island (sic). The funeral was held yesterday at 10 A. M., thence to Our Lady of Angels Church, where a requiem mass will be celebrated, followed by interment at Holy Cross Cemetery under the direction of T. J. HIGGINS and Sons, Inc., 203 Jay street. [Note: typed as written]
Alexander McDONALD b c 1838 at Stewartstown, Tyrone, died 22 September 1905 of Brights Disease at Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia. Margaret McDONALD, nee JUDGE b c 1844 at Stewartstown, Tyronne, died 30 June 1893 at Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia. The couple was married 20 October 1862 at Stewartstown, Tyrone. They immigrated to Queensland, Australia around 1862-63. They stayed in the Brisbane area until c 1872-3. They had 5 Children there; Eliza, John, Maria, Alexander and Thomas. The family then moved to Stanthorpe, Queensland, where 3 further children were born; Margaret Thomas and Ellen. Unfortunately the first Thomas died in 1874 at Stanthorpe. Sometime between 1879 and 1884 the family moved to Emmaville, New South Wales. They had one further daughter their Edith. Alexander and Margaret McDonald stayed in Rose Valley, Emmaville until their deaths.
Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn New York
Eliza(beth) (HAMILTON) LAWSON b. ca. 1813-1816, emigrated ca. 1840; m. Abraham LAWSON, June 1846, Mariner's Ch., NYC; d. 8 Aug 1889.
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Maple Hill Cemetery Stoutsville Fairfield County.Ohio, USA
Both Samuel Moore & His wife Margery (Glass) Moore who were both born in Co. Tyrone N.Ireland are buried here
Samuel Moore died at the residence of his son-in-law, Henry Miller, in Clearcreek Township, Fairfield County. on 12th inst., aged 91 years and 9 month's. He was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in April 1802. He was united in marriage in 1821 to Miss Margery Glass, who was also born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in June 1796, and died November 12, 1893, just two months preceeding her husband's death, aged 97 years and 6 months.
They emigrated to America and settled in Philadelphia, PA, in the year 1853. Three years later they moved to Hocking County, Ohio, where they moved to Colerain twonship, Ross county, O. Here they continued to reside on their farm near Hallsville, until two years ago, when they were taken to Stoutsville where they might bavo the care of their only daughter, Mrs. Henry Miller. To this couple were born eight children, six of whom are living, Viz: Edward, James, and William in Kansas; Matthrew in Ross,county, O.; David and Mrs. Henry Miller near Stoutsville, Fairfield County. (1894 Jan. 12th.
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The New York Times Aug. 12, 1881
BURIAL OF GEN. ROBERT PATTERSON
PHILADELPHIA, - Aug. 11. - The funeral of the late GEN. ROBERT PATTERSON took place this morning from the family residence, and was attended by a very large assemblage of relatives, friends, and acquaintances of the deceased. The religious services were conducted by the REV. MR. DE WITT, Pastor of the Tenth Presbyterian Church - of which the deceased was a member - F. N. MILLER, D. D., and the REV. WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, of the Ninth Presbyterian Church.
The pall-bearers were GENS. GRANT, SHERMAN, PORTER, and HANCOCK, JOSEPH PATTERSON, JOHN WELCH, JUDGE BIDDLE, and WILLIAM H. DRAYTON. The Generals named represented the Loyal Legion. There were also present GENS. MOTT, HERRING, SCHOFIELD, LA MOTTE, HOFFMAN, SICKLES, and HARTRANFT, EX-GOV. POLLOCK, GEORGE W. CHILDS, and the HON. WILLIAM D. KELLEY.
The Interment took place in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Descendants of ROBERT PATTERSON
Generation No. 1
1. MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT2 PATTERSON (FRANCIS1) was born January 12, 1792 in Cappagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, and died August 07, 1881 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He married SARAH ANN ENGLE 1817, daughter of JAMES ENGLE and MARGARET ADAMS. She was born 1792 in Pennsylvania, and died 1875 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Children of ROBERT PATTERSON and SARAH ENGLE are:
i. MARY ENGLE3 PATTERSON, b. July 12, 1810, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. August 14, 1874.
ii. GENERAL FRANCIS ENGLE PATTERSON, b. May 07, 1821, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. November 22, 1862, Virginia.
iii. SUSAN ENGLE PATTERSON, b. October 19, 1823, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. February 11, 1897.
iv. ROBERT EMMET PATTERSON, b. September 08, 1830; d. July 14, 1906.
v. LOUISE PATTERSON, b. Abt. 1840, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. May 04, 1905, New York.
Generation No. 2
2. MARY ENGLE3 PATTERSON (ROBERT2, FRANCIS1) was born July 12, 1810 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, and died August 14, 1874.
She married BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN JOSEPH ABERCROMBIE, JR. July 26, 1840 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, son of JOHN ABERCROMBIE and SARAH DE NORMANDIE. He was born March 04, 1798 in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland, and died January 03, 1877 in Roslyn, Nassau County, New York.
Children of MARY PATTERSON and JOHN ABERCROMBIE are:
i. SARAH "SALLIE" IOWA4 ABERCROMBIE, b. July 28, 1842, Iowa; d. April 24, 1935; m. WILLIAM ERNEST GOODMAN, October 20, 1870, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; b. December 10, 1838, Pennsylvania; d. March 22, 1912, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
ii. CAPT. JOHN JOSEPH ABERCROMBIE, 111, b. March 17, 1845, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. October 04, 1919, Washington, District of Columbia; m. LILY MARY NUGENT, August 27, 1881; b. November 1848, Illinois; d. April 12, 1925, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.
iii. MARY ERNESTINE ABERCROMBIE, b. 1846, Iowa; d. August 26, 1869, Roslyn, Nassau County, New York; m. COL. SAMUEL APPLETON, JR., June 22, 1863, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; b. November 25, 1841, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; d. May 21, 1925, St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.
iv. CAROLINE LOUISE ABERCROMBIE, b. December 22, 1849, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri; d. July 30, 1919, Rutherford, Bergen County, New Jersey; m. JOHN ENGLISH COALE, January 14, 1880, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; b. February 21, 1848, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
v. FRANCIS "FRANK" PATTERSON ABERCROMBIE, b. January 02, 1852, Fort Towson, Indian Territory; d. November 11, 1939, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; m. ELEANOR PACKER, 1877; b. February 1857, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1930. vi. CLARA DE NORMANDIE ABERCROMBIE, b. November 03, 1854, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. December 08, 1942.
vii. SUSAN ENGLE ABERCROMBIE, b. 1856, Pennsylvania; d. 1934; m. CAPT. THOMAS H. WILSON.
viii. COL. WILLIAM RALPH ABERCROMBIE, b. August 1858, Fort Ripley, Crow Wing County, Minnesota; d. November 07, 1943, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington; m. LILLIAN HARRIET KIMBALL, October 13, 1886, Manhattan, New York, New York; b. Abt. 1868, Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland; d. March 01, 1934, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.
ix. IDA ABERCROMBIE, b. 1860, Minnesota; d. March 21, 1888, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; m. HAROLD P. NEWLIN, January 12, 1882,Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; b. October 1855, Pennsylvania.
3. SUSAN ENGLE3 PATTERSON (ROBERT2, FRANCIS1) was born October 19, 1823 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, and died February 11, 1897. She married JAMES ROSS SNOWDEN September 13, 1848, son of NATHANIEL RANDOLPH SNOWDEN. He was born December 09, 1809 in Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and died March 21, 1878.
Child of SUSAN PATTERSON and JAMES SNOWDEN is:
i. SARA PATTERSON4 SNOWDEN, b. Abt. 1849; m. JOHN STEVENSON MITCHELL.
4. ROBERT EMMET3 PATTERSON (ROBERT2, FRANCIS1) was born September 08, 1830, and died July 14, 1906. He married MARY LOUISA HOUSTON. Child of ROBERT PATTERSON and MARY HOUSTON is:
i. MARY HOUSTON4 PATTERSON, b. December 23, 1863, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; d. April 04, 1944, Winnetka, Cook County, Illinois; m. HOWARD NIXON ELMER; b. April 17, 1856, New Jersey; d. Winnetka, Cook County, Illinois.
5. LOUISE3 PATTERSON (ROBERT2, FRANCIS1) was born Abt. 1840 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, and died May 04, 1905 in New York. She married MAJOR JOSEPH WARNER LYNDE. Child of LOUISE PATTERSON and JOSEPH LYNDE is:
i. FRANCIS ENGLE PATTERSON "FRANK"4 LYNDE, b. Abt. 1863, Pennsylvania; m. HERMIONE; b. Abt. 1870, Texas.
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From: Hope O'Connor joho[at]netcon.net.au
My line of interest is ATCHISON/ACHESON Strabane Tyrone.
Samuel Atchison born cir 1824 in Kinkit Strabane Tyrone. Married July 1853 in Strabane to Mary Jane TODD of Ardstraw Strabane Tyrone.
Migrated to Victoria Australia in 1855. Samuel Died July 1924 at Portland Victoria. Mary Jane Died May 1920 at North Portland.
They had all their children at Portland.
I could not get thru to Barbara Coebb on her email.
Could this info be added to the Born Tyrone died else where site.
Cheers, Hope O'CONNOR
Born in Tyrone died in Mono Township Dufferin Co. Ontario
Ontario Christian Guardian Notices 1873-1880 page 199
June 21, 1876 issue
Mrs Agnes REANY was born in Co. Tyrone, Ireland in April 1821 and she came to Canada with her father's family circa age 5 and married Samuel REANY on February 14, 1843. She died in Adjala, April 27, 1876, survived by her husband, three sons and 7 daughters.
Ontario Christian Guardian 1873-1880, page 55, February 17, 1875 dated at Mono Mills, February 3rd.
Mrs. Eleanor Ann was born in Co. Tyrone, Ireland and came to Canada with her husband circa 52 years ago and settled in Adjala township. She was a Presbyterian until 22 years ago when she joined the Methodist church. Her first child died during the voyage to Canada and four other children were born near the old homestead. Recently she lost her husband of nearly 60 years. She died last Sunday, age 76, survived by seven children.
Orangeville Sun/Banner, October 28, 1915:
THE LATE THOS. HACKETT.
Hockley village lost one of its oldest citizens last week in the person of Mr. Thos. Hackett, who passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 20th, at the ripe age of 87 years and 8 months. The late Mr. Hackett was a native of Tyrone County, Ireland, but came to Canada quite early in life, settling first in the county of Peel. He was married to Miss Margaret Anderson 56 years ago and shortly after his marriage moved to Hockley, where he spent the remainder of his days. He was a man of industrious habits and made a success of his business. As a neighbor and citizen he enjoyed the esteem of the community and his memory will be warmly cherished by all who knew him intimately. He was a man of sterling qualities, upright in his private dealings and public spirited in matters that affected the well-being of the church or community. He leaves to mourn the loss of a kind husband and father, a widow and a family of three sons and two daughters. The latter are John, living in Oregon, Robert J., of Hockley, Dr. W. T., a dentist in Winnipeg, Mrs. Halbert and Miss Annie Hackett, of Toronto. The late Mr. Hackett had been a member of the Orange Order for upwards of sixty years and was buried with full Orange honors. A large number of the brethren of Hockley and neighboring lodges attended the funeral in regalia and united in the impressive burial service of the Order over the open grave. The funeral, which was held from his late residence in Hockley to Wesley Church Cemetery on Saturday afternoon, was attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and acquaintances. The deceased was a staunch member of the Methodist Church and the funeral service was held in the Methodist church, Hockley, where he had worshipped for many years. His late pastor, Rev. J. W. Dudgeon, of Rosemont, officiated and was assisted by his former pastor, Rev. Mr. Belfry, of Tottenham, and Rev. J. A. Black, Presbyterian minister at Mono Mills. The pallbearers were Messrs. W. L. Laverty, Wm. McFarland, Wm. Fleming, John Lindsay, Geo. Mills and Robt. Moffatt. Among those who attended the funeral from a distance were Dr. W. T. Hackett, of Winnipeg, a son, Dr. J. T. Hackett, of Weston, a nephew, Mrs. T. G. Rainsberry and Mr. W. T. Hackett, of Petrolia, Miss L. E. Sloan and Mr. R. E. Hamilton, Toronto, and Mr. S. J. Halbert, of Markdale.
Orangeville Banner, November 19, 1914: JOHN HACKETT DEAD HOCKLEY LOSES ONE OF ITS OLDEST CITIZENS. Hockley Village lost one of its oldest residents on Friday last in the person of Mr. John Hackett, who ran a general store in the village for 35 years. Deceased was 78 years of age and had been in failing health for four or five years. The late Mr. Hackett was a native of Tyrone, Ireland, and came to Canada when about 16 years of age. He first embarked in business as a general merchant in Campbell's Cross, in Peel County, moving from that place to Hockley over 35 years ago. He continued in business in Hockley until five years ago, when poor health compelled him to relinquish the cares and responsibilities of mercantile life. Exactly 52 years prior to the day of his death he was married to Miss Eliza Anderson, a daughter of the late Joseph Anderson, of Six Mile Cross, Tyrone County. He is survived by his widow and a family of six sons and daughters. These are Mrs. G. D. Buchanan, of Primrose; Mrs. J. G. Walker and Miss Ella Hackett, of Winnipeg; Dr. Jos. Hackett, of Hartney, Man.; Dr. J. T. Hackett, of Weston, Ont., and Miss Maggie Hackett at home. The late Mr. Hackett was an active, energetic man, sound in his judgment and successful in business. He was public spirited and took an active interest in municipal and general politics. He was a staunch Conservative of the John A. MacDonald school. Religiously he was connected with the Methodist Church and was a member of the Orange and Chosen Friends Societies. Thos. Hackett, Hockley, and William Hackett, Petrolea, are the surviving brothers. In spite of the cold, stormy day there was a large attendance at the funeral, which was held to Wesley Church Cemetery on the Mono Adjala townline on Tuesday afternoon. The remains were interred with full Orange honors and there was an imposing turnout of the members of the Order. Rev. J. W. Dudgeon, of Rosemont, and Rev. C. A. Belfry, of Tottenham, conducted the services. The pallbearers were Messrs. Wm. Laverty, R. J. Moffatt, John B. Lindsay, Wm. McFarlane, Geo. Mills and Wm. Fleming.
Orangeville Banner Feb. 3, 1927, page 3
James Cook - Word reached here last week of the death on Tuesday, January 25 of James Cook at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. R.D. Porter, Medicine Hat, Alberta. He was a former well-known resident of this town and had attained the great age of 99 years and one month. Born seven miles from Londonderry, County Tyrone, Ireland, on Dec 24, 1827, he emigrated to New York State in 1846 on the sailing vessel Mary Norris, of New York. He landed in the City of New York on May 1 after 28 days sailing. His first job was on a farm for the summer at a salary of $5.00 per month. Due to ill health he took a course in day school. After spending seven years in New York he came to Orangeville and applied for a position as a teacher at the village of Mono Mills. He was engaged to teach a country school at a salary of $15 per month, provided he was successful in passing an examination at Fergus, 22 miles distant, to which he walked and where he succeeded in obtaining a certificate. After teaching school for seven years, Mr. Cook turned his attention to the lumber business and built a saw mill run by water power, which he successfully operated for a number of years, after which he was engaged in farming until 1901. Mr. Cook was married on Aug. 23, 1866 to Eliza Gillespie, who died here in June 1898. Since his retirement 15 years ago, Mr. Cook had resided with his daughter at Medicine hat. He is also survived by a son, James Cook, of Irvine, Alberta.
Orangeville Banner, September 6 1906, p.2: James McKittrick - Mr. James
McKittrick, an old resident of Amaranth township, died at his home in Orangeville on Sunday at the ripe age of 87 years. Deceased was born inTyrone, Ireland, but came to Canada over half a century ago. He lived on lot 1, con.2, Amaranth, for many years, moving from there to lot 6 con. 2, Mono, and subsequently to Orangeville. He is survived by five sons and two daughters, his wife having died on Nov. 1st last. The family are: - Robert, of Toronto; Joseph, of Shelburne, Jonah, of London; Thomas and Hugh, of Orangeville; Mrs. Henry Varcoe, Burk's Falls; and Mrs. Wm. Newman, of Toronto. The funeral took place to Greenwood cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. G.A. Rix, rector of St. Mark's, being the officiating clergyman.
Orangeville Sun, October 11, 1906,page 3: Mrs. Margaret Moffat (nee Braiden)
Mrs. Margaret Moffatt, one the earliest settlers in the township, died at her home, lot 17, con. 5, east Caledon, on Friday, after a short illness. The deceased who was 90 years of age, was the widow of the late Adam Moffatt, who died some 24 years ago. She was a native of Tyrone County, Ireland, whence she emigrated to Canada with her parents in the years 1832. She was married in 1836, and with her husband settled on lot 17, con.5 east, Caledon, where she has ever since resided. Deceased was a devoted member of the Methodist church, having joined the church when only 12 years of age. She was a woman of many estimable qualities, and was greatly beloved by her neighbors and friends. She is survived by a family of nine:-Samuel, of Mono; Robert, who conductes a blacksmithing business in Hockley; William, a farmer, near Charleston; Thos., on the homestead, James, of Orangevile; John, of Toronto, Mrs. Richard McCandless, of Albion; Mrs. Arthur Braden, Toronto; and Miss LIzzie, of Orangeville.The deceased was ill only a short time, and her death came quite unexpectedly. Considering her advanced age she was in the enjoyment of remarkably good health up to the time of her short illness. The remains were interred in Snell's burying ground, Mono, on Sunday afternoon. There was a very large attendance at the funeral. Rev. Mr. Burry, of Mono Mills, conducted the burial service, deceased's six sons acting as pall bearers. Orangeville Sun, August 27, 1903, page 3 - Mono Pioneer Gone On Monday the inexorable hand death removed a pioneer of the township of Mono in the person of Irwin Anderson. Deceased was born in the county of Tyrone, Ireland, 72 years ago. He left his native land 60 years ago and with his parents, brothers and sisters settled in Mono township, and he has lived ever since on the original homestead. Mr. Anderson belonged to the Methodist church and was a a man respected by the whole neighborhood and his death, was due to kidney disease, is regretted by the community. His only surviving brother is Mr. A. Anderson of this town and he has one sister, Mrs. Joseph Anderson of Mono. He leaves a grown up family. The remains were buried in St. John's cemetery, Mono, beside those of his wife, who died several years ago. Rev. C. Langford conducted the funeral service.
Orangeville Sun, August 2, 1906, page 7: Archibald Anderson
Mr. Archibald Anderson, an old resident of Mono township, died at his home on 1st St., on Thursday from the effects of a paralytic stroke. Deceased who had reached the ripe age of 77 years, was a native of Tyrone, Ireland.
He came to Canada with his parents when 14 years of age, the family settling on the 6th line east, Mono. After his marriage to Miss Ann Burns, of Toronto, 52 years ago, Mr. Anderson moved to lot 15, Centre Road Mono, where he in time acquired a splendid 400 acre property. Four years ago Mr. and Mrs. Anderson gave up farming and moved to Orangeville to spend their declining years in well earned leisure in their cosy home on 1st St. Although wedded over half a century and the parents of six sons and three daughter, Mr. Anderson's death, strange to relate, makes the first break in the family circle. The sons are Alexander, in Oregon; Benjamin in London; Jas. I. Melita, Man.; Stewart, Winnipeg; Dr. George, a physician in Elyria, Ohio, and Hilliard on the homestead, Mrs. R.G. Canning, Violet Hill, Mrs. Jos. Howard, Camilla, and Miss Ida, at home, are the daughters. Deceased was honest and industrious in his habits, of upright character and was highly respected as a good neighbor and a useful citizen. He was a consistent member of the Methodist church and in politics gave a steady adherence to the Conservative party. There was a particularly large attendance at the funeral, which took place to the Forest Lawn cemetery on Saturday afternoon. Rev. R. Hassard and Re. G.W. Hewitt conducted impressive services at the house and grave. The pallbearers were the deceased's three sons, Hilliard, Stewart and Benjamin Anderson - the other sons not being able to get home in time for the funeral - his sons-in-law, Jos. Howard and R.G. Canning, and his nephew, Robert Anderson.
Orangeville Sun, February 1, 1894, page 2 - At Rest At 11 o'clock on the night of Tuesday, 23rd inst. the Angel of Death released Mrs. Thos. DUKE of her earthly cares forever. Deceased, who was a daughter of Jno. Wilson, Esq., county Tyrone, Ireland, was born in Aug.1802, and was therefore 98 years and 5 months old at the time of herdeparture. She was married to Thos. Duke, of the same county and they emigrated to Canada over fifty years ago and settled on the place where she has remained ever since, being lot 2, con. 6, Mono. Here by hard work and carefulness they made a comfortable home for themselves and family. They were blessed with eight children, four sons and four daughters, one of the latter having crossed the River before her. About 40 years ago death robbed her of a loving and affectionate husband. She has always been blessed with exceedingly good health until last autumn, when time began to do its work and rob her of her former strength. She took to bed about six weeks ago, and though she knew that death was fast approaching she was quite reconciled, and instead of murmuring and complaining she was continually praying for the Lord to release that she might be permitted to enter those glorious realms above. All that loving friends could do to comfort her and make her last hours happy. The end was really a peaceful and happy one, and one well suited to the Christian life lived. After having said farewell to her dear ones she whispered a faint prayer, "Come Lord, I'm waiting," and fell asleep to awake no more in time. The large number of friends and acquaintances who assembled to the funeral on Thursday, to pay their last respects to the departed showed the high esteem in which she was held by all. The sermon was preached in St. John's church by Rev. A. C. Watt. He took his text from I Cor. XV.20, from which he made many impressive remarks, dwelling at length on the devoted life and Christian death of the departed, and urged all to follow the good example set by her. May her spirit rest in peace.
Orangeville Sun, May 28, 1908, page 8 - An Old Resident
William MOFFATT, whose death we announced last week, was one of the old pioneers of Mono was born in the county of Tyrone, Ireland, came to Canada with his parents in the year of 1830, and settled on lot, No. 9, seventh con. east, Mono. He was married in the year 1851 to Elizabeth Hand who survives him. In religion he was English church, in which he was a constant attendant and in politics was a staunch Conservative and never lost faith in the Tory administration. He leaves a grown up family as follows. Mrs. J. V. Murdock, Pittsburgh, Pa., Robert J. of The Soo, Mich., Mrs. G. J. Hatch, Gorry, Pa., Mrs. Thos. F. Hanna, Rosemont, Mrs. Chas. Breder, Olean, N.Y. Thomas J. of Stuart, Ont., George, Agnes, Harriet and Roland at home. The funeral took place to St. John's cemetery 7th line, Mono, and was conducted by Rev. Mr. McLean of Cardwell. The pall-bearers were Edward J. Arthur, William Little, I. South, Joseph Henry, Richard McFadden and Henry Allen.
- 1947 - (100 year anniversary of landing - should read William Stewart, not John)
These lines are written in memory of the late John Stewart, father of Mrs. Richard S. Younge, R.R. 1, Athlone, Ont. Mr. Stewart landed at Quebec on the ship Unicorn on the 12th of July, 1847, and was 21 year of age on the day he landed. Another passenger was Mr. Matthew Lockhart, whose grandson is now the proprietor of the former Besse Creamery in Orangeville. Also aboard the vessel was Mrs. Lamey and her family. Mrs. Robet Dunn, of Hockley, was her daughter and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Robert Parker, is now living in Toronto. Also the Anderson family, on whose farm near Relessey, the fifth generation is living at the present time. Mrs. Younge's father died at Relessey in 1889 at the age of 69 years. They all came from Six Mile Cross, County of Tyrone, Ireland. Mrs. Younge's mother's people also came to Canada in 1849 from Strabane Town and the late Henry Caldwell settled at Bandon in Adjala on the farm on which his great-grandson, Eli Pettit, now lives. Mrs. Younge has five grandsons who served in the great war - three of the Ewing family and two of the Joe Pettit family, also a granddaughter's husband, Geo. Wilson, who was a German prisoner for five months. Mrs. Younge, who is the last member of her generation of the Stewart family, celebrated her 84th birthday on May 24th, in company with Mrs. Foucar and Mrs. (Rev.) G.H. Purchase of Tottenham, whose birthdays were on May 23rd and May 25th. These few lines are written in memory and honor of our brave settlers, who had so many hard days and nights that present day Canadians know nothing about. Peace to their ashes!
Orangeville Sun/Banner, April 5, 1928: ADAM HALBERT
Adam Halbert, an old and respected resident of Shelburne and Mono, passed away at his residence, Gordon St., Shelburne, on Wednesday, March 28th, after an illness of some duration. He was in his 83rd year. Deceased was born in County Tyrone, Ireland and was only ten months old, when his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Halbert, came to Canada and settled on the 7th line, east, Mono, near Hockley. After living there a short time they moved to lot 22, 5th line, east, Mono, near Relessey. Deceased married Hannah Mary Avison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Avison, pioneer settlers of the Relessey district. After their marriage they lived for a few years on the 4th line, Mono, then moving to lot 29, con. 2, east, now occupied by a son, William. Twenty years ago they moved to Shelburne. The widow and family of two sons and three daughters survive: John Wesley, Newton Robinson; William G., Mono; Mrs. Wm. Laverty, Relessey; Mrs. Wm. McKelvey, Relessey, and Mrs. R.H. Halbert, Uxbridge. One son, Edward H., was killed in a threshing machine accident in Mono about sixteen years ago. Two brothers and two sisters also survive: George Halbert, Alliston; Thomas E. Halbert, Mulmur; Miss Matilda, Mulmur, and Mrs. John Aikens, Relessey. Deceased was a member, an active worker and board member for many years of Mount Zion Methodist Church, Violet Hill, and then of Wesley Church, Shelburne. He was also a member of the Orange order.
The funeral took place to Shelburne cemetery, Friday afternoon, March 30th, the service being conducted by Rev. J. Albert Leece, assisted by Rev. McNichol, Shelburne, and Rev. Alex Halbert, King City, a nephew. The pallbearers were Messrs E.J. Arthurs, John Waller, Wm. HUDD Wm. Johnston, Jas. Laidlaw and John Snell. Relatives and friends from a distance who attended the funeral were: Mr. Geo. Aikens, Mrs. John Aikens, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Laverty and Miss May Laverty, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKelvey, Mr. and Mrs. Carman McKelvey, Angus and Verna McKelvey and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Quigley, Relessey; Rev. Alex. Halbert, King; Elmer and Samuel Halbert, Alliston; Arthur Halbert, Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and Grenville Halbert, Newton Robinson; Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Halbert, Uxbridge; Mr. and Mrs. John McLean, Honeywood; Mr. and Mrs. Hextall Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Holmes, J. Hillyard Hogg, Toronto; Samuel and Joseph Halbert, Markdale; Robt. Holmes, John Waller, Edward John Arthur, Mrs. J. Sanderson, John Avison, Ernest Avison, J. E. Arthur, Bessie Halbert, and David Halbert, Orangeville.
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