Thomas F. Phelan1,2,3,4

M, b. 11 July 1927, d. 2 April 2015
Thomas F. Phelan
FatherThomas J. Phelan5,6,3,7 b. 13 Dec 1898, d. 10 Feb 1982
MotherAnna J. Carrington8,9,3,10 b. Jun 1898, d. b 1982
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
           Thomas F. Phelan was born on 11 July 1927 at Waterbury, Connecticut..11,12,13,14
     Thomas F. Phelan appears as Thomas Phelan, age 3 yrs 4/12 months, in the census of 18 April 1930 at 972 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Thomas J. Phelan as his son, along with Anna J. Carrington and Shirley Phelan.1
     Thomas F. Phelan appears as Thomas Phelan, age 15, in the census of 3 April 1940 at 970 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Thomas J. Phelan as his son, along with Anna J. Carrington and Shirley Phelan.2 Thomas F. Phelan ended his military service in 1946 where he was honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy as a Plank Holder for the USS Huntington.15
     Thomas F. Phelan married Georgianna Mabel Bryan.16,17
     Thomas and Georgianna resided at Wolcott, Connecticut, where they raised their family and actively contributed to the community throughout their lives.18,19
     Thomas was a member of the Knights of Columbus20 and was an active member of St. Pius X Church where he was on the founding committee for the building of this church at Wolcott, Connecticut.21
     Thomas was an avid Yankees fan and enjoyed golfing, swimming, bowling, dancing, and playing bridge. He was a quiet, unassuming man who loved his family unconditionally and always put them first.22
     Thomas F. Phelan died on 2 April 2015 at Salerno Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center, Stuart, Florida, at age 87 after a brief illness.23 He was buried on 17 April 2015 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Watertown, Connecticut.24

Family

Georgianna Mabel Bryan b. 6 May 1927, d. 31 Dec 1999

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1930972 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutThomas F. Phelan appears as Thomas Phelan, age 3 yrs 4/12 months, in the census of 18 April 1930 at 972 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Thomas J. Phelan as his son, along with Anna J. Carrington and Shirley Phelan.1
1940970 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutThomas F. Phelan appears as Thomas Phelan, age 15, in the census of 3 April 1940 at 970 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Thomas J. Phelan as his son, along with Anna J. Carrington and Shirley Phelan.2

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
Wolcott, ConnecticutThomas and Georgianna resided at Wolcott, Connecticut, where they raised their family and actively contributed to the community throughout their lives.18,19

Citations

  1. [S286] Joseph Phelan household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-251, sheet 11B, dwelling 77, family 230.
  2. [S1281] Thomas Phelan household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-242, sheet 1B, number of household , 15.
  3. [S1231] The Waterbury Republican, 11 February 1982, Page 2, shows surviving son as Thomas F. Phelan.
  4. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, Thomas F. Phelan.
  5. [S286] Joseph Phelan household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-251, sheet 11B, dwelling 77, family 230, shows Thomas' father as Joseph Phelan.
  6. [S1281] Thomas Phelan household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-242, sheet 1B, number of household , 15, shows Thomas' father as Thomas Phelan.
  7. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was the son of the late Thomas Phelan.
  8. [S286] Joseph Phelan household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-251, sheet 11B, dwelling 77, family 230, shows Thomas' mother as Anna Phelan.
  9. [S1281] Thomas Phelan household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-242, sheet 1B, number of household , 15, shows Thomas' mother as Ann Phelan.
  10. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was the son of the late Anna Carrington Phelan.
  11. [S286] Joseph Phelan household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-251, sheet 11B, dwelling 77, family 230, shows age 3 yrs 4/12 months and birthplace as Connecticut.
  12. [S1281] Thomas Phelan household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-242, sheet 1B, number of household , 15, shows age 15 and birthplace as Connecitcut.
  13. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was born July 11, 1927 in Waterbury.
  14. [S160] U.S. Public Records Index, Volume I: Thomas F. Phelan; birthdate 11 July 1927.
  15. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was honorably discharged in 1946 from the US Navy and was the Plank Holder for the USS Huntington.
  16. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was the husband of the late Georgianna Bryan Phelan.
  17. [S1280] Find-A-Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Georgianna B. Phelan, 1927-1999 (Gravestone). Written on the website is a link to her spouse Thomas Phelan (1927-2015.
  18. [S1231] The Waterbury Republican, 11 February 1982, Page 2, shows surviving son as Thomas F. Phelan of Wolcott.
  19. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he and Georgianna raised their family in Wolcott, CT and actively contributed to the community throughout their lives.
  20. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was a member of the Knights of Columbus.
  21. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was an active member of St. Pius X Church and was on the founding committee for the building of the church.
  22. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows that he was an avid Yankess fan and enjoyed golfing, swimming, bowling, dancing, and playing bridge. The article adds that he was a quiet, unassuming man who loved his family unconditionally and always put them first.
  23. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B.
  24. [S1390] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 April 2015, Page 7B, shows burial April 17, 2015, at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Watertown.