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501 When James first arrived in the USA he went to live with his Uncle John and Aunt Catherine Cassidy at Aberdeen Street, Cook, Cook, Chicago, Illinois. James was 5ft 4 tall with a fresh complexion, brown hair and blue eyes. His occupation was machine man and he paid for his own fare to America. His health was good and his intention was to remain in the USA permanently. Monaghan, James (P171)
 
502 Whooping Cough Cassidy, Ann (P216)
 
503 Whooping Cough Powell, George (P336)
 
504 Whooping Cough Powell, Mary Ann (P339)
 
505 Widow maiden name Main Beveridge, Jessie Ronald (P371)
 
506 Widow Neal McMullan Tievenadarragh Loughinisland Tithes_1828  Rogan, Elizabeth (P250)
 
507 William was baptized in St Mary's RC Church Bridgeton on the 4th April 1844 by Father Peter Forbes, godparents were Thomas and Catherine Mooney.
In the 1871 census William was a Wine and Spirit Salesman
William worked as a yarn harper when he got married to Mary but by 1869 he was running his own business as a Wine and Spirtit Merchant at 21/23 New Street Calton and his residence was 21 Abercromby Street. His business does not appear in the Glasgow Post Office Directory after 1871.
At the time of the 1871 census he gives his address as 33 New Street. He was living there with his wife Mary, son Wiliam aged seven and servant James Kelly aged 19. 
Cassidy, William (P203)
 
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515 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (P35)
 
516 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Born 23 Marquis Street, Glasgow. Son of Alexander Powell and Mary Ann Finnigan.[CASSID~2.FTW]
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Born 23 Marquis Street, Glasgow. Son of Alexander Powell and Mary Ann Finnigan.[CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
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Born 23 Marquis Street, Glasgow. Son of Alexander Powell and Mary Ann Finnigan. 
Powell, Alexander (P340)
 
517 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Elizabeth Rice was the daughter of my grand uncle Henry Finnegan. She married James RIce a Publican and they had at least three children. Up until 1953 her father lived with the family at which time he was admitted to the Little sisters of the Poor nursing home.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Finnegan, Elizabeth (P330)
 
518 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Henry Buchanan was born 7 North Elgin St, Glasgow March 1921. He died aboard the HMS Aurora in November of 1943. His rank was able seaman and his service number was P/CD/X 2911. He is commemorated at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial Panel 74, Column 1.[CASSID~2.FTW]
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Henry Buchanan was born 7 North Elgin St, Glasgow March 1921. He died aboard the HMS Aurora in November of 1943. His rank was able seaman and his service number was P/CD/X 2911. He is commemorated at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial Panel 74, Column 1.[CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
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Henry Buchanan was born 7 North Elgin St, Glasgow March 1921. He died aboard the HMS Aurora in November of 1943. His rank was able seaman and his service number was P/CD/X 2911. He is commemorated at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial Panel 74, Column 1. 
Buchanan, Henry (P345)
 
519 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
In the 1881 census Ann was living with her youngest son Francis and her two adopted sons Charles and Joseph Currie aged 26 and 15 respectively. Both young men were born in Lanarkshire.
Ann was living with her youngest son Francis at the time of her death. It was also Francis who registered her death. 
Mooney, Ann (P131)
 
520 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
In the 1891 census there is a Catherine Duffy residing with this family she is a widow aged 71 and is probably the mother of Annie.[CASSID~2.FTW]
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In the 1891 census there is a Catherine Duffy residing with this family she is a widow aged 71 and is probably the mother of Annie.[CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
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In the 1891 census there is a Catherine Duffy residing with this family she is a widow aged 71 and is probably the mother of Annie. 
Duffy, Annie (P369)
 
521 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
James or Jim, as he was more commonly known, was born in Galross (rocky ground) Borrisokane, County Tipperary in November of 1882. He was baptized in the catholic church on the 11th November, 1882 and his godparents were Edward Kelly and Bridget Reid, almost certainly a relative of his paternal grandmother Mary Reid.
He was married twice, he married his first wife Elizabeth Laverty in 1909. They had seven children together. Only two of these children made it to adulthood. After Lizzie died in 1940 He married his second wife Rose O'Donnell Ormsby. 
Loftus, James (P19)
 
522 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
James was the eldest of Joe and Bessie's sons and like his grandfather James Cassidy he was a plasterer to trade.
he suffered a stroke before dying of prostate cancer in 1973.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Cassidy, James (P61)
 
523 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
John Mackey was a farmer[CASSID~2.FTW]
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John Mackey was a farmer[CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
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John Mackey was a farmer 
Mackey, John (P46)
 
524 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Joseph was the victim of a tragic accident. He fell from a chair. On the floor where he fell was a cleek which penetrated his skull. He was taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he died on the 1st of February 1920 at 8.50.p.m. His father Jack was with him when he died.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Loftus, Joseph (P7)
 
525 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
My fathers first cousin Henry (Harry) Finnegan owned a newsagents shop. He never married and died in 1993. That is all we really know about him for the moment.[CASSID~2.FTW]
[CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
My fathers first cousin Henry (Harry) Finnegan owned a newsagents shop. He never married and died in 1993. That is all we really know about him for the moment.[CASSIDYZ1.FTW]
[CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
My fathers first cousin Henry (Harry) Finnegan owned a newsagents shop. He never married and died in 1993. That is all we really know about him for the moment. 
Finnegan, Henry (P331)
 
526 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
My grandmother's brother Peter fought in the first world war and was a member of the G.A.A. He played Gaelic football for the County Offaly team. He married Susan but I do not as yet know her surname. They had one son Patrick or Paddy as he was later known.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Mackey, Peter (P50)
 
527 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
My great grandmother's sister Eleanor married my great grandfathers brother Patrick. 
Grady, Ellen (P121)
 
528 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Patrick Mackey worked as a gauger on railways all over Ireland. He may have had a family by his first wife because he was already a widower when he met my great grandmother Mary O'Rourke.
Around the time of my grandmothers birth her father Patrick was working on the construction of the Tralee to Dingle line. The line was finally established in 1891. It remained in operation until 1953 and in recent years the line was partially reconstructed starting at Blennerville and for a small fare people can relive the age of the steam train.
My great grandparents had four children together including my grandmother Mary. By 1894 the family had moved to Galway and Patrick worked on the railway at Ballinagad. This was where he died on the 14th of January 1895.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Mackey, Patrick (P13)
 
529 [CASSIDYLOFTUSBRENNAN.FTW]
Thomas, or Tom as he was more commonly known was born in December 1885 in Borrisokane, County Tipperary. He was baptized on Christmas Eve 1885 and his godparents were his uncle Thomas Loftus and an Anne Foley.
A confirmed bachelor and staunch republican he lived in Ireland all his life and never left it.[CASSID~2.FTW] 
Loftus, Thomas (P16)
 

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