James Dennis Slavin Sr.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

M, b. 20 June 1905, d. 4 September 1983
FatherDennis Joseph Slavin9,10,11,12,13,7,14 b. 11 Mar 1870, d. 10 Dec 1943
MotherMary Agnes Dwyer15,16,17,18,19,20,7,21 b. 26 Feb 1877, d. 27 Jun 1969
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           James Dennis Slavin Sr. was born on 20 June 1905 at Waterbury, Connecticut..22,23,3,24,25,26,7,8 He also went by the name of Jim.27
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 4 in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1   
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and his siblings: Helen, Edward, and Maureen and his paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 15, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.2   
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Helen, Edward, Maureen, and Frances.2 He was educated at Georgetown University Law School, Washington, D.C.28,7
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 24, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.3   
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Edward, Maureen, and Barbara.3
     James was a clerk in January 1933 at Washington, D.C.29
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. married Katherine Velleda Charters on 7 January 1933 the Town of Southeast, Brewster, New York. They were married by William H. Baker, Justice of the Peace. Witness was John E. Pugsley, Town Clerk.30,6,7,31
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. was a pallbearer for Anna Dawson, his aunt, on 18 June 1935 at Waterbury, Connecticut; It was held from the home 700 Baldwin Street to St. Francis Xavier's church where a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated at 10 o'clock by Rev. James Coughlin assisted by Rev James O'Conor and Rev. Charles Brennan. A special program of music was rendered by Professor Robert Birt. Pallbearers were Attorney James Slavin, Attorney Edward Slavin, Thomas Mitchell, John Mitchell, William Hayden Jr, and Frank Mitchell.32
     James and Katherine resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Edward and Barbara.33
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Salvin, age 34, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, Edward J. Slavin, Frances Barbara Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.5    James Dennis Slavin Sr. was a lawyer in private practice in April 1940 at Waterbury.34
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. was a pallbearer for Helen Marie Dwyer, his aunt, on 28 September 1943 at Waterbury, Connecticut.35
     James was an attorney at Waterbury, Connecticut.36,8,37
     James and Katherine resided in September 1983 at 79 Concord Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.38
     James Dennis Slavin Sr. died on 4 September 1983 at Waterbury, Connecticut, from a heart attack.39 He was buried in September 1983 at Calvary Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut.40

Family

Katherine Velleda Charters b. 27 Jan 1907, d. 20 Feb 1996
Children

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1910Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 4 in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1
1920Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 15, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.2
1930Waterbury, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Slavin, age 24, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.3
194056 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. appears as James Salvin, age 34, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, Edward J. Slavin, Frances Barbara Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.5

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
25 April 1910421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and his siblings: Helen, Edward, and Maureen and his paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
18 March 1920401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Helen, Edward, Maureen, and Frances.2
2 April 193086 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames Dennis Slavin Sr. resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Edward, Maureen, and Barbara.3
193986 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames and Katherine resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Edward and Barbara.33
September 198379 Concord Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutJames and Katherine resided in September 1983 at 79 Concord Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.38

Citations

  1. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186.
  2. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
  3. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5.
  4. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936.
  5. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120.
  6. [S14] The Waterbury Republican-American, 23 February, 1996.
  7. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  8. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998.
  9. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the son of Dennis J. Slavin as James Slavin.
  10. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the son of Dennis Slavin as James Slavin.
  11. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the son of Dennis Slavin as James Slavin.
  12. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936: shows the groom's father as Dennis Slavin.
  13. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows father of James as Dennis Slavin.
  14. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows his father as Dennis Joseph Slavin.
  15. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the son of Mary A. Slavin as James Slavin.
  16. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the son of Mary Slavin as James Slavin.
  17. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the son of Mary Slavin as James Slavin.
  18. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936: shows the groom's mother as Mary Dwyer.
  19. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows mother of James as Mary Slavin.
  20. [S66] The Waterbury Republican-American, June 28, 1969.
  21. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows his mother as Mary Dwyer.
  22. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows age 4 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  23. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows age 15 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  24. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936: shows the groom's birth as 20 June 1905 in Waterbury, Conn.
  25. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows age 34 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  26. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, James V. Slavin, State File #19881, 4 September 1983,shows his birthdate as 20 June 1905 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  27. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan.
  28. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows the education of James as law degree, Georgetown U. Law School.
  29. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936: shows the groom's occupation as a clerk in Washington, D.C.
  30. [S1625] NY Marriage Records, 1847-1936: Putnam: 1932-1933, Registered Number 1311, Page 3; James Dennis Slavin and Katherine Velleda Charters; 7 January 1933 in the town of Southeast, in Brewster, Putnam County, New York. Married by William H. Baker, Justice of the Peace.
  31. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows his spouse as Katherine Charters Slavin.
  32. [S67] The Waterbury Democrat, June 18, 1935.
  33. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury and Watertown; James A. Slavin (Kathryn), 1939; Section S, Page 537; shows his residence. His parents and siblings Barbara and Edward are also shown at this address.
  34. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows occupation.
  35. [S674] The Waterbury Republican-American, 28 September 1943.
  36. [S66] The Waterbury Republican-American, June 28, 1969, states Attorney James D. Slavin as a survivor.
  37. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, James V. Slavin, State File #19881, 4 September 1983,shows his occupation as a lawyer.
  38. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, James V. Slavin, State File #19881, 4 September 1983,shows his residence.
  39. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, James V. Slavin, State File #19881, 4 September 1983.
  40. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows that he was buried in Calvary Cemetery.
  41. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows his daughter as Maureen Slavin.
  42. [S1381] The Waterbury Republican-American, 12 June 2014, Page 6B, shows that she is the daughter of the late Attorney James D. Slavin.
  43. [S1303] The Waterbury Republican-American, 22 March 2013, Page 5B, shows that he was "the son of the late James D. Slavin."
  44. [S149] Questionnaire, Dr. James D. Slavin Jr. (son) to Taryn L. Phelan, 8 December, 1998, shows the son of James and Katherine as John Slavin.

Edward J. Slavin1,2,3,4

M, b. 1908, d. 11 May 1977
FatherDennis Joseph Slavin5,6,7,8,9 b. 11 Mar 1870, d. 10 Dec 1943
MotherMary Agnes Dwyer10,11,12,13,14,9 b. 26 Feb 1877, d. 27 Jun 1969
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           Edward J. Slavin was born in 1908 at Connecticut..15,16,17,18,19 He also went by the name of Ned.
     Edward J. Slavin appears as Edward J. Slavin, age 2, in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1   
     Edward J. Slavin resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and his siblings: Helen, James, and Maureen and his paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
     Edward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 12, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.2   
     Edward J. Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Helen, James, Maureen, and Frances.2
     Edward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 22, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.3   
     Edward J. Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: James, Maureen, and Barbara.3 He was a pallbearer for Anna Dawson, his aunt, on 18 June 1935 at Waterbury, Connecticut; It was held from the home 700 Baldwin Street to St. Francis Xavier's church where a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated at 10 o'clock by Rev. James Coughlin assisted by Rev James O'Conor and Rev. Charles Brennan. A special program of music was rendered by Professor Robert Birt. Pallbearers were Attorney James Slavin, Attorney Edward Slavin, Thomas Mitchell, John Mitchell, William Hayden Jr, and Frank Mitchell.20
     Edward J. Slavin resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: James and Edward.21 He was an assistant clerk in the Probate Court in 1939 at Waterbury, Connecticut.22
     Edward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 32, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, James Dennis Slavin Sr., Frances Barbara Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.4    Edward J. Slavin was a lawyer in April 1940 at Waterbury.23,24 (an unknown value.)25 He was single.26,25
     Edward J. Slavin died on 11 May 1977 at Waterbury, Connecticut.27 He was buried in May 1977 at Old St. Joseph's Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut.28 He was buried.

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1910Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin appears as Edward J. Slavin, age 2, in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1
1920Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 12, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.2
1930Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 22, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son.3
194056 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin appears as Edward Slavin, age 32, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his son, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, James Dennis Slavin Sr., Frances Barbara Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.4

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
25 April 1910421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and his siblings: Helen, James, and Maureen and his paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
18 March 1920401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: Helen, James, Maureen, and Frances.2
2 April 193086 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: James, Maureen, and Barbara.3
193986 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutEdward J. Slavin resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his parents and siblings: James and Edward.21

Citations

  1. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186.
  2. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
  3. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5.
  4. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120.
  5. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the son of Dennis J. Slavin as Edward J. Slavin.
  6. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the son of Dennis Slavin as Edward Slavin.
  7. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the son of Dennis Slavin as Edward Slavin.
  8. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows father of Edward as Dennis Slavin.
  9. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  10. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the son of Mary A. Slavin as Edward J. Slavin.
  11. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the son of Mary Slavin as Edward Slavin.
  12. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the son of Mary Slavin as Edward Slavin.
  13. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows mother of Edward as Mary Slavin.
  14. [S66] The Waterbury Republican-American, June 28, 1969.
  15. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows age 2.
  16. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows age 12 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  17. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows age 22 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  18. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows age 32 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  19. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Edward Slavin, State File #10583, 11 May 1977,shows age 69.
  20. [S67] The Waterbury Democrat, June 18, 1935.
  21. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury and Watertown; Edward J. Slavin, 1939; Section S, Page 537; shows his residence. His parents and siblings Barbara and James (as well as James' wife) are also shown at this address.
  22. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury and Watertown; Edward J. Slavin, 1939; Section S, Page 537; shows his occupation.
  23. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows occupation.
  24. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan, Ralph said that Ed was an very well-known attorney.
  25. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan.
  26. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Edward Slavin, State File #10583, 11 May 1977,shows marital status as "never married."
  27. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Edward Slavin, State File #10583, 11 May 1977.
  28. [S1257] Edward J. Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.

Maureen Slavin1,2,3,4

F, b. 17 June 1909, d. 22 May 1975
FatherDennis Joseph Slavin5,6,7,4 b. 11 Mar 1870, d. 10 Dec 1943
MotherMary Agnes Dwyer8,9,10,11,4 b. 26 Feb 1877, d. 27 Jun 1969
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           Maureen Slavin was born on 17 June 1909 at Waterbury, Connecticut..12,13,3,14,15
     Maureen Slavin appears as Maureen Slavin, age 1 year 2 months, in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1   
     Maureen Slavin resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and her siblings: James, Edward, and Helen and her paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
     Maureen Slavin appears as Catherine Slavin, age 11, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.16   
     Maureen Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: Helen, James, Edward, and Frances.16
     Maureen Slavin appears as Maureen Slavin, age 21, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.17   
     Maureen Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James, Edward, and Barbara.17 She married William James Neary Jr.18,19,20,4 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. had no children.4
     Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1936 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.21 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. were found on a passenger list on 13 December 1936 at the port of New York on the S. S. Orizaba which left the port of Veracruz on the 7th of December.22
     Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1941 at 15 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, Connecticut.23 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. were found on a passenger list on 12 February 1941 at the port of New York on the S. S. Quirigua which left the port of Barranquilla, Colombia on the 4th of February.24
     Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1952 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.25 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. were found on a passenger list on 5 March 1952 at the port of New York on the S. S. Panama which left the port of Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 29th of February. Her sister, Barbara, was also a passenger on the ship.22 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. were found on a passenger list on 22 February 1954 at the port of New York on the S. S. Santa Maria sailing first class. The ship left the port of Callao, Peru on the 9th of February.26
     Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1956 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.27 Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. were found on a passenger list on 9 November 1956 at the port of New York on the French S. S. Liberte which left the port of Southampton, England on the 3rd of November.28
     Maureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in November 1967 at Naugatuck, Connecticut.29
     Maureen Slavin resided in May 1975 at Southbury, Connecticut.30
     Maureen Slavin died on 22 May 1975 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 65.31

Family

William James Neary Jr. b. 9 Nov 1899, d. 3 Nov 1967

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1910Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin appears as Maureen Slavin, age 1 year 2 months, in the census of 25 April 1910 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter; Dennis' three brothers, Michael, Joseph, and William were also enumerated as living with this family.1
1920Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin appears as Catherine Slavin, age 11, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.16
1930Waterbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin appears as Maureen Slavin, age 21, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.17

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
25 April 1910421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin resided on 25 April 1910 at 421 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and her siblings: James, Edward, and Helen and her paternal uncles: Michael, Joseph, and William.1
18 March 1920401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: Helen, James, Edward, and Frances.16
2 April 193086 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James, Edward, and Barbara.17
1936126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1936 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.21
194115 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1941 at 15 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, Connecticut.23
1952Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1952 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.25
1956Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in 1956 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.27
November 1967Naugatuck, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin and William James Neary Jr. resided in November 1967 at Naugatuck, Connecticut.29
May 1975Southbury, ConnecticutMaureen Slavin resided in May 1975 at Southbury, Connecticut.30

Citations

  1. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186.
  2. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows erroneously Catherine.
  3. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows age 21 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  4. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  5. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the daughter of Dennis J. Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  6. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the daughter of Dennis Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  7. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the daughter of Dennis Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  8. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows the daughter of Mary A. Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  9. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the daughter of Mary Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  10. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the daughter of Mary Slavin as Maureen Slavin.
  11. [S66] The Waterbury Republican-American, June 28, 1969.
  12. [S284] Dennis J. Slavin, 1910 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 493, sheet 10A, dwelling 76, family 186, shows age one year two months.
  13. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows age 11 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  14. [S988] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Orizaba Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 13 December 1936; Microfilm serial: T715, shows her birthdate as 17 june 1909 and birthplace as Waterbury, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_8112as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  15. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Maureen Neary, State File #10768, 22 May 1975,shows her age as 66.
  16. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
  17. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5.
  18. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Maureen Neary, State File #10768, 22 May 1975,shows widow of William Neary.
  19. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William J. Neary, State File #23192, 3 November 1967,shows spouse as Maureen Neary.
  20. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan.
  21. [S988] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Orizaba Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 13 December 1936; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_8112as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  22. [S987] William and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Panama Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 5 March 1952; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_5911as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  23. [S989] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Quirigua Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 12 February 1941; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their residence in Naugatuck, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_6525as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  24. [S989] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Quirigua Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 12 February 1941; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_6525as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  25. [S987] William and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Panama Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 5 March 1952; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_5911as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  26. [S990] William James and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Santa Maria Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 22 February 1954; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_8423as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  27. [S986] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Liberte Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 9 November 1956; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_8803as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  28. [S986] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Liberte Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 9 November 1956; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_8803as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  29. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William J. Neary, State File #23192, 3 November 1967,shows his residence as Naugatuck.
  30. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Maureen Neary, State File #10768, 22 May 1975,shows her residence as Southbury.
  31. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Maureen Neary, State File #10768, 22 May 1975.

Frances Barbara Slavin1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

F, b. 20 July 1914, d. 15 October 1987
FatherDennis Joseph Slavin9,10,11,6,8,12 b. 11 Mar 1870, d. 10 Dec 1943
MotherMary Agnes Dwyer2,1,13,14,15,6,8 b. 26 Feb 1877, d. 27 Jun 1969
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           Frances Barbara Slavin was born on 20 July 1914 at Waterbury, Connecticut..16,17,18,8,19,20,21 She was also known as Barbara.22,23,24,7,8
     Frances Barbara Slavin appears as Francis Slavin, age 5, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.1   
     Frances Barbara Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: Helen, James, Edward, and Maureen.1
     Frances Barbara Slavin appears as Barbara Slavin, age 15, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.2   
     Frances Barbara Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James, Edward, and Maureen.2 She was educated at Georgetown Visitation Convent, Georgetown, D.C.8 She was educated at Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut.8 She was educated at Trinity College, Washington, D.C.8
     Frances Barbara Slavin resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James and Edward.25 She was a library assistant in 1939 at 267 Grand Street-Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury, Connecticut.26
     Frances Barbara Slavin appears as Barbara Slavin, age 25, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, James Dennis Slavin Sr., Edward J. Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.3    Frances Barbara Slavin was a librarian in a public library in April 1940 at Waterbury.27
     Frances Barbara Slavin resided in April 1946 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.28 She was found on a passenger list on 16 April 1946 at New York sailing from Bermuda on April 14th. The passenger's name above hers is also from Waterbury: Eleanor McGrath who lived on Roseland Avenue which is near Crescent Street. This is probably a friend of hers.29 She was found on a passenger list on 5 March 1952 at New York sailing from Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 29th of February. Her sister, Maureen, and her husband, William, were also passengers on the ship.30 She was a librarian and later the head of the Reference Department at Silas Bronson Public Library, Waterbury, Connecticut.8,31
     Frances Barbara Slavin married Wilfrid Anthony Jackson at Waterbury, Connecticut.8,6,32 Frances Barbara Slavin and Wilfrid Anthony Jacksonlived at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, in 1963.33
     Frances Barbara Slavin resided in October 1987 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.34
     Frances Barbara Slavin died on 15 October 1987 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 73.8,24,35 She was buried in October 1987 at Old St. Joe's Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut. She is buried with her mother and father, brother John, and sister, Mary.5,8   

Family

Wilfrid Anthony Jackson b. 11 Nov 1900, d. 4 Nov 1967

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1920Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin appears as Francis Slavin, age 5, in the census of 18 March 1920 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.1
1930Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin appears as Barbara Slavin, age 15, in the census of 2 April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter.2
194056 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin appears as Barbara Slavin, age 25, in the census of 11 April 1940 at 56 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of Dennis Joseph Slavin as his daughter, along with Mary Agnes Dwyer, James Dennis Slavin Sr., Edward J. Slavin, Katherine Velleda Charters and Maureen Slavin.3

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
18 March 1920401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin resided on 18 March 1920 at 401 Hamilton Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: Helen, James, Edward, and Maureen.1
2 April 193086 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin resided on 2 April 1930 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James, Edward, and Maureen.2
193986 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin resided in 1939 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her parents and siblings: James and Edward.25
April 194686 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin resided in April 1946 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.28
October 198786 Crescent Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutFrances Barbara Slavin resided in October 1987 at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.34

Citations

  1. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38.
  2. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5.
  3. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120.
  4. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Barbara Jackson, State File #23014, 15 October 1987,shows father's surname as Slavin.
  5. [S141] Dennis Joseph Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.
  6. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  7. [S74] Letter, Dennis Jackson to Taryn L. Phelan, 23 dec 1998.
  8. [S75] Letter, Dennis Slavin Jackson to Taryn L. Phelan, 23 Dec 1998.
  9. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows the daughter of Dennis Slavin as Francis Slavin.
  10. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows the daughter of Dennis Slavin as Barbara Slavin.
  11. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows father of Barbara as Dennis Slavin.
  12. [S141] Dennis Joseph Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, She is buried with her father.
  13. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows mother of Barbara as Mary Slavin.
  14. [S66] The Waterbury Republican-American, June 28, 1969.
  15. [S141] Dennis Joseph Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, She is buried with her mother.
  16. [S285] Dennis Slavin household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 476, sheet 2B, dwelling 35, family 38, shows age 5 and birthplace as Conncecticut.
  17. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows age 15 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  18. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows age 25 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  19. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Barbara Jackson, State File #23014, 15 October 1987,shows her birthdate as 20 July 1914 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  20. [S992] Barbara Slavin, S.S. George Washington Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 April 1946; Microfilm serial: T715, shows her birthday as Jul/20/1914 and birthplace as Waterbury, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_7089as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  21. [S141] Dennis Joseph Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, inscribed the year 1914.
  22. [S286] Dennis Slavin household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 227, sheet 15B, dwelling 5, shows Barbara Slavin.
  23. [S992] Barbara Slavin, S.S. George Washington Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 April 1946; Microfilm serial: T715, shows her as Barbara Slavin, Microfilm Roll: T715_7089as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  24. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Barbara Jackson, State File #23014, 15 October 1987.
  25. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury and Watertown; Barbara F. Slavin, 1939; Section S, Page 537; shows her residence. Her parents and siblings Edward and James (along with his wife, Kathryn) also show the same address.
  26. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury and Watertown; Barbara F. Slavin, 1939; Section S, Page 537; shows her occupation.
  27. [S1281] Dennis Slavin household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-195, sheet 6A, number of household , 120, shows occupation.
  28. [S992] Barbara Slavin, S.S. George Washington Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 April 1946; Microfilm serial: T715, shows her residence as 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_7089as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  29. [S992] Barbara Slavin, S.S. George Washington Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 April 1946; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_7089as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  30. [S993] Barbara Slavin, S.S. Panama Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 5 March 1952; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_8112as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  31. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Barbara Jackson, State File #23014, 15 October 1987,shows her occupation as a librarian in the Silas Bronson Public Library.
  32. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Wilfred A. Jackson, State File #23158, 4 November 1967,shows spouse as Barbara.
  33. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury, 1963; Wilfrid A. (Barabra F.) Jackson; Section J, Page 343.
  34. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Barbara Jackson, State File #23014, 15 October 1987,shows her residence.
  35. [S141] Dennis Joseph Slavin Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, inscribed the year as 1987.

Wilfrid Anthony Jackson1,2

M, b. 11 November 1900, d. 4 November 1967
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           Wilfrid Anthony Jackson was born on 11 November 1900 at Waterbury, Connecticut..3,4 He was educated at Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut.4
     Wilfrid Anthony Jackson married Frances Barbara Slavin, daughter of Dennis Joseph Slavin and Mary Agnes Dwyer, at Waterbury, Connecticut.4,1,5 Wilfrid Anthony Jackson was the president of the Thomas F. Jackson Co., Inc. (Building and Cemetery Work, Stone Cutters) at Connecticut.4,6 He and Frances Barbara Slavinlived at 86 Crescent Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, in 1963.7
     Wilfrid Anthony Jackson died on 4 November 1967 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 66.8,4 He was buried in November 1967 at New St. Joe's Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut.4

Family

Frances Barbara Slavin b. 20 Jul 1914, d. 15 Oct 1987

Citations

  1. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  2. [S74] Letter, Dennis Jackson to Taryn L. Phelan, 23 dec 1998.
  3. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Wilfred A. Jackson, State File #23158, 4 November 1967,shows age 66.
  4. [S75] Letter, Dennis Slavin Jackson to Taryn L. Phelan, 23 Dec 1998.
  5. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Wilfred A. Jackson, State File #23158, 4 November 1967,shows spouse as Barbara.
  6. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Wilfrid A. Jackson, State File #23158, 4 November 1967,shows his occupation.
  7. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Waterbury, 1963; Wilfrid A. (Barabra F.) Jackson; Section J, Page 343.
  8. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Wilfrid A. Jackson, State File #23158, 4 November 1967.

William James Neary Jr.1,2,3

M, b. 9 November 1899, d. 3 November 1967
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           William James Neary Jr. was born on 9 November 1899 at Naugatuck, Connecticut..4,5,6 He also went by the name of Tom.7 He was also known as Thomas.7
     William James Neary Jr. resided in 1918 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Naugatuck, Connecticut.8
     With no end in sight for World War I, the United States instituted its third and final registration. It included all men who were between the ages of 18 and 21, and 31 to 45 years of age. This added younger men than the previous registration, those who were born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900; and added an older group of men, born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. William James Neary Jr. filled out a draft card on 12 September 1918 at Naugatuck, Connecticut. He was described on his card as tall with a slender build and blue eyes.9 He married Maureen Slavin, daughter of Dennis Joseph Slavin and Mary Agnes Dwyer.10,11,7,3 William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin had no children.3
     William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1936 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.12 William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin were found on a passenger list on 13 December 1936 at the port of New York on the S. S. Orizaba which left the port of Veracruz on the 7th of December.13
     William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1941 at 15 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, Connecticut.14 William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin were found on a passenger list on 12 February 1941 at the port of New York on the S. S. Quirigua which left the port of Barranquilla, Colombia on the 4th of February.15 William James Neary Jr. was a treasurer of Naugatuck Steel Rule Die Company, manufacturers of steel rule dies in 1946 at 29 Bridge UC, Naugatuck, Connecticut.16
     William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1952 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.17 William James Neary Jr. was a secretary of The Naugatuck Lumber Company which sold lumber and masons' supplies in 1952 at 29 Bridge UC, Naugatuck, Connecticut.18 He and Maureen Slavin were found on a passenger list on 5 March 1952 at the port of New York on the S. S. Panama which left the port of Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 29th of February. Her sister, Barbara, was also a passenger on the ship.13 William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin were found on a passenger list on 22 February 1954 at the port of New York on the S. S. Santa Maria sailing first class. The ship left the port of Callao, Peru on the 9th of February.2
     William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1956 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.19 William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin were found on a passenger list on 9 November 1956 at the port of New York on the French S. S. Liberte which left the port of Southampton, England on the 3rd of November.20
     William James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in November 1967 at Naugatuck, Connecticut.21
     William James Neary Jr. died on 3 November 1967 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 67.22

Family

Maureen Slavin b. 17 Jun 1909, d. 22 May 1975

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
1918126 Fairview Avenue, Naugatuck, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. resided in 1918 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Naugatuck, Connecticut.8
1936126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1936 at 126 Fairview Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.12
194115 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1941 at 15 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, Connecticut.14
1952Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1952 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.17
1956Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in 1956 at Breakneck Hill, Middlebury, Connecticut.19
November 1967Naugatuck, ConnecticutWilliam James Neary Jr. and Maureen Slavin resided in November 1967 at Naugatuck, Connecticut.21

Citations

  1. [S161] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", William J. Neary Jr.,1918.
  2. [S990] William James and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Santa Maria Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 22 February 1954; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_8423as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  4. [S161] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", William J. Neary, 1918; shows his birth as November 9, 1899.
  5. [S988] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Orizaba Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 13 December 1936; Microfilm serial: T715, shows William's birthdate as 9 November 1899 and birthplace as Naugatuck, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_8112as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  6. [S989] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Quirigua Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 12 February 1941; Microfilm serial: T715, shows his birthdate as 9 November 1899 and birthplace as Naugatuck, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_6525as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  7. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan.
  8. [S161] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", William J. Neary, 1918; shows his residence as the same as his father.
  9. [S161] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", William J. Neary, 1918.
  10. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Maureen Neary, State File #10768, 22 May 1975,shows widow of William Neary.
  11. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William J. Neary, State File #23192, 3 November 1967,shows spouse as Maureen Neary.
  12. [S988] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Orizaba Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 13 December 1936; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_8112as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  13. [S987] William and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Panama Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 5 March 1952; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_5911as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  14. [S989] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Quirigua Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 12 February 1941; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their residence in Naugatuck, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_6525as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  15. [S989] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Quirigua Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 12 February 1941; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_6525as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  16. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Naugatuck; William J. Neary, Jr., 1946; Section N, Page 107.
  17. [S987] William and Maureen Slavin Neary, S.S. Panama Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 5 March 1952; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_5911as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  18. [S164] Connecticut City Directories, Naugatuck; William J. Neary, Jr., 1952; Section N, Page 80.
  19. [S986] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Liberte Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 9 November 1956; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their address, Microfilm Roll: T715_8803as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  20. [S986] William J. and Maureen Neary, S.S. Liberte Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 9 November 1956; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_8803as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  21. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William J. Neary, State File #23192, 3 November 1967,shows his residence as Naugatuck.
  22. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William J. Neary, State File #23192, 3 November 1967.

Cornelius J. Burkinshaw1,2,3,4

M, b. 20 August 1896, d. 20 September 1955
Cornelius "Neil" Burkinshaw
ChartsJohn Dwyer Descendancy Indented Chart
           Cornelius J. Burkinshaw was born on 20 August 1896 at Meriden, Connecticut..5,6,2,7,8 Cornelius always went by Neil.1,9,3
     Cornelius J. Burkinshaw resided in December 1915 at Meriden, Connecticut.10 Neil was employed in newspaper work in December 1915.1 He applied for a passport on on 3 December 1915 at Washington, D. C. He was applying in order to attend conferences in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and The Netherlands. (This was probably part of the Henry Ford Peace party which sailed on the peace ship, Oscar II in 1915, which had for its mission the stopping of the World War.)1    He marrried Helen Marie Slavin in 1924.4,11,12,13 Cornelius and Helen Marie Burkinshaw resided in August 1924 at 704 Edmond Building, Washington, D. C.14 Neil and Helen Marie Burkinshaw were found on a passenger list on 1 September 1924 at New York, New York, sailing on the S. S. Rousillon having left the port of Bordeaux, France on the 21st of August. (Might this have been their honeymoon?)15    Cornelius and Helen Marie Slavin resided on 16 March 1925 at 3100 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C.14 Neil and Helen Marie Slavin were found on a passenger list on 16 March 1925 at New York, New York, sailing on the S. S. Leviathan having left the port of Southampton, England on the 10th of March.16      

     Cornelius J. Burkinshaw, age 33, appears as Neil J. Burkenshaw, head of household, in the census of 5 April 1930 in Washington, District of Columbia, with Helen Marie Slavin.17   
     Cornelius J. Burkinshaw and Helen Marie Slavin resided in April 1930 at 1710 Surrey Lane, Washington, District of Columbia.17 Cornelius J. Burkinshaw was an attorney for the U.S. government in April 1930 at Washington, District of Columbia.17   

     (On May 20, 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh became a famous figure in American history when he made the first solo trans-Atlantic flight from New York to Paris. Five years later, on March 1, 1932, he again became the object of much media attention when his 20 month old son, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. was kidnapped from his nursery. The events that followed the kidnapping, including the search for the young Lindbergh boy, negotiations with the kidnappers, discovery of the child's decomposed body, and the trial of the kidnap and murder suspect, Richard Bruno Hauptmann, culminated into a complex and puzzling case involving numerous people. The case's popularity led to the "Lindbergh Law", which defined the crime of kidnapping to be a federal offense punishable by death. The case itself was unanimously considered an open and shut one, which led to Hauptmann's execution for the kidnapping and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. on April 3, 1936 However, nearly 80 years later, many questions surround this case and the "trial of the century," including Hauptmann's guilt.)18
     According to Ralph Phelan (Helen Burkinshaw's nephew), Neil represented Bruno Hauptmann, but pulled out because he thought he was guilty.19
     Cornelius served in the US Army.20

     Cornelius and Helen were found on a passenger list on 10 October 1953 at Montreal, Quebec, Canada, eventually crossing into the US. Their original port of sail was from Bremen, Germany, on September 29th. The manifest shows their final destination to be Washington, D.C.21   
     Cornelius J. Burkinshaw and Helen Marie Slavin had no children.4
     Cornelius J. Burkinshaw died on 20 September 1955 at Washington, D.C., at age 59.22,23    He was buried on 23 September 1955 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia. Section 33, Grave 11838.24   

Family

Helen Marie Slavin b. 14 Oct 1897, d. 10 Oct 1967

Obituaries and Other News Articles

     On 21 November 1927, the following article appeared in Time:
     First there was an oil lease. Then there was suspicion. Investigators followed suspicion. Suits, civil and criminal, followed investigation. Out of the civil suits came proven illegalities and the U.S. got back its "Teapot Dome oil reserve in Natrona County, Wyoming. Out of the criminal suit in the District of Columbia Supreme Court, to see if Albert Bacon Fall, onetime (1921-1923) Cabinet man, and Oilman Harry Ford Sinclair, were criminals or not, came more suspicious, more confusion, a mistrial.
     The Prinicpals, Albert Bacon Fall, his lungs congested, despaired greatly and wished that his criminal trial might begin afresh. But it could not begin afresh until January. Wrapped in a blue velvet bathrobe, Mr. Fall gathered strength to go home to New Mexico for Christmas. He reiterated his protests of innocence and said: "Unless doctors forbid me to return to Washington in January, I will come. But I must consider my family and, although I am old, perhaps I can remain with them a little longer before going across the Great Divide."
     Harry Ford Sinclair, although younger, stronger, bolder, far richer than Mr. Fall, had an even less pleasant time ahead. For it was upon him and his friends that the fresh suspicion had fastened- suspicion of attempted jury-tampering, the last resort of wealthy felons.
     But, just as the disrepute of Oilman Sinclair and friends momentarily overshadowed that of Mr. Fall, so, last week, did the disrepute of yet other "villains" in the story overshadow "the villainy" of Oilman Sinclair and friends.
     The "villainy" of Oilman Sinclair's friends was hiring detectives to shadow the jury that was trying him, the new "villains" were these same detectives and notably their chiefs-Detective William John Burns, his son Sherman Burns and their "chief shad-ower", one Charles G. Ruddy. Not only in the "villainy" of these three but in their collective stupidity was the public invited by the press to take special satisfaction as details were brought to light.
     The Friends. Oilman Siclair's friends and vice presidents-Henry Mason Day and Sheldon Clark- were "villains" from the start last week. They refused to tell the grand jury anything about the hiring of the Burns detectives. They said they were afraid of incriminating themselves. They were arrested, released on bail. Their hearings were put off until after Thanksgiving Day, while the government ran out other aspects of the case. "Hero" Burns. Detective William John Burns began last week in a heroic capacity. As soon as he heard that his 16 agents in Washington had been caught sleuthing the Fall-Sinclair jury, he announced that they had broken no law, "approached" no juror. He hurried down to Washington from Manhattan with a lot of papers, his face boiled red with righteous indignation.
     He told newsgathers that he was going to talk "long and loud" and started to do so. He willingly went before the grand jury. He told a hideous tale.
     "Hero" Burns' tale. There had indeed been jury-tampering, said "Hero" Burns, but not by Burns men! There had been tampering by an agent of the U.S. government!
     "Hero" Burns produced two affadavits by his "Operator L-36". This affiant, one William V. Long, swore that he had seen assistant Attorney Harris L. Lamb of the U.S. Department of Justice, follow Juror Norman L. Glasscock out of Washington to Potomac Flying Field and there converse with him for many minutes. Juror Glasscock expressed great surprise. He had never been to the Potomac Flying Field, he said. Assistant Attorney Lamb expressed surprise. He has never before heard of Juror Glasscock, he said.
     Nevertheless, "Hero" Burns' tale loomed large, until three things happened. First, it was noticed that "Hero" Burns had not filed his tale with Justice Lincoln Siddons, the Fall-Sinclair trial judge, until three days after Justice Siddons had decalred a mistrial at the request of the prosecution. "Hero" Burns' tale, dating back 11 days before the trial was ended, would, if true, have been ample ground for the defense to claim a mistrial, with the honors on their side.
     The second thing that happened to "Hero" Burns' tale was that "Operator L-36" failed to identify Assistant Attorney Lamb in court. Mr. Lamb's appearance in no way tallied with the jury-tamperer desired in the Burnsian afffidavits.
     "Villain" Burns. The emergency of "villain" from "Hero" Burns was dramatic. The third thing that happened to this tale was when it was turned inside out by "Operator L-36," alias "William V. Long," whose real name is William J. McMullin.
     "Hero" McMullin's Story. William J. McMullin, onetime U.S. Marine sargeant, was a Philadelphia insurance man until a few days before the Fall-Sinclair jury was sworn in, when he joined the detective forces. For a sleuth's reasons, he called himself William V. Long, with the presmission of a Philadelphia friend by that name who had been in the New Jersey State Police. He was ordered to Washington and set to trailing Juror Glasscock. It did not take him long to suspect the reasons of his employers, and his employers' employers, for shadowing Fall-Sinclair jurors. These disgusted him.
     He knew that Gifford Pinchot, onetime (1923-27) governor of his native Pennsylvania, was living in Washington, so he called on Mr. Pichot, told him his suspicions, and asked what to do. Mr. Pichot sent him to Lawyer Owen Josephus Roberts, U.S. Prosecutor. Mr. McMullin asked Lawyer Roberts what to do.
     Lawyer Roberts told Mr. McMullin to continue being a Burn operator and report his employers' doings to him and to Assistant U.S. District Attorney Neil Burkinshaw. Mr. McMullin did so, with some difficulty. He made reports to Attorney Burkinshaw, for example, when the latter's office was full of other Burns operators who supposed he was being quizzed like themselves. He detected detectives and reported on reports day and night.
     Came the mistrial. Came Wm. J. Burns to Washington. Mr. Burns took a fancy to "Operator L-36" (Mr. McMullin). The latter had a motor in which Mr. Burns enjoyed driving about Washington. "Chief Shadower" Ruddy saw a lot of "Operator L-36", too. One day, after the mistrial had been declared, "Chief Shadower" Ruddy gave "Operator L-36" some bogus reports to sign. One of these reports contained the story about Juror Glasscock being "tampered" at Potomac Flying Field. "Operator L-36" learned that this report had been fabricated at the Burns agency in Manhattan. This and three other reports were the basis of the bogus affidavits which, after conferring with the Government, Mr. McMullin swore to as "Operator L-36" and which Mr. Burns filed with Justice Siddons.
     Mr. McMullin told how Mr. Burns had assured him he would be "taken care of", had urged him not to weaken on the false affidavits before the grand jury. "Don't let that little runt bully you," said Mr. Burns, re-fering to Mr. McMullins' small but shrewd young friend, Assistant District Attorney Burkinshaw. Mr. McMullin did not weaken. He reaffirmed the false affidavits and when he came out Mr. Burns pattted him on the back. "attaboy, attaboy!" whispered Mr. Burns.
     Further Developments Pended. District Attorney Peyton Gordon took command of the investigation, but did not usurp credit for the work done by Assistant Attorney Burkinshaw and his colleague, Assitant District Attorney Walter M. Shea. Mr. McMullin predicted details "twice as sensational as those which you have read."
     Comment. What would happen to William J. Burns and his son and aides as a result of the McMullin sory depended less on any rebuttal they might offer, than on the ultimate authority discovered behind their bogus affidavits and on the grand jury's decison as to the gravity of the offense. Mr. McMullin said, " If that bunch had gotten away with the thing they had planned they should have been stood up in front of a firing squad." The New York Times, with unwonted editorial emphasis in its news columns, gave its definition of the offense as "...efforts of private detectives to 'frame' the United States of America."25


     On 17 January 1936, The following story appeared in the North Adams Transcript:
     Paul G. Clancy, editor of American Astrology, a magazine, announced today that he and his associates had hired Neil Burkinshaw and Nugent Dodds, Washington lawyers, to defend Bruno Richard Hauptmann.
     "We hired them," Clancy said, to establish justice."
     The editor disclosed that he had arranged to pay the lawyers $5,000 for their services. "We are going to this expense and trouble, "Clancy explained, "because we do not feel that Hauptmann got a fair trial.
     "It would be wrong to condemn the prosecution, because their job was to secure a conviction. Hauptmann just didn't get a break." Dodds and Burkinshaw argued Hauptmann's recent appeals to the Federal District COurt in trenton, N.J., and the U.S. Supreme Court.26


     On 20 September 1955The following appeared in the New York Times Newspaper:
     Neil Burkinshaw, a prominent Washington attorney, died at Georgetown University Hospital today. He had taken part in court cases involving the kidnap-slaying of the first child of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and the Teapot Dome oil scandal. His age was 59.
     Mr. Burkinshaw, who underwent an operation for appendicitis a week ago, was an assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia in the Twenties, when he took part in a prosecution growing out of the Teapot Dome case. He helped get the conviction of Harry Sinclair, wealthy oilman, on a charge of jury shadowing.
     It was as defense attorney that Mr. Burkinshaw became connected with the Lindbergh case. In 1936, his law firm represented Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the convicted slayer, in an appeal move to the United States Supreme Court. Hauptmann was executed.
     Meriden, Conn., was Mr. Burkinshaw's birthplace. He attended the Law School of Georgetown University as he was working as a Washington reporter for the Associated Press. Earlier, he had been a reporter for The Meriden Record and The Hartford Courant.
     During World War I, he was a member of the peace group led by Henry Ford that went to Europe in 1915 in an attempt to end the war. He later served in France with the Fifty-Seventh Engineers.
     After the war, Mr. Burkinshaw was attached to the American Peace Commission, serving with William C. Bullitt, later Ambassador to the Soviet Union. In 1925, he was appointed Assistant States Attorney. In 1931 he became an assistant to the United States Attorney General, serving for two years, and then going into private practice here.
     He was a member of the Cosmos Club, the Barristers, the District of Columbia Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
      Mr. Burkinshaw was the son of Thomas H. Burkinshaw of West Hartford, Conn., who survives him. His widow, the former Helen F. Slavin of Waterbury, Conn., also survives. Mr. Burkinshaw also leaves three brothers, Dr. Herbert Burkinshaw and Thomas J. Burkinshaw of Meriden and Thomas J. Burkinshaw of Cohasset, Mass.27

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1930Washington, District of ColumbiaCornelius J. Burkinshaw, age 33, appears as Neil J. Burkenshaw, head of household, in the census of 5 April 1930 in Washington, District of Columbia, with Helen Marie Slavin.17

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
December 1915Meriden, ConnecticutCornelius J. Burkinshaw resided in December 1915 at Meriden, Connecticut.10
August 1924704 Edmond Building, Washington, D. C.Cornelius and Helen Marie Burkinshaw resided in August 1924 at 704 Edmond Building, Washington, D. C.14
16 March 19253100 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C.Cornelius and Helen Marie Slavin resided on 16 March 1925 at 3100 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C.14
April 19301710 Surrey Lane, Washington, District of ColumbiaCornelius J. Burkinshaw and Helen Marie Slavin resided in April 1930 at 1710 Surrey Lane, Washington, District of Columbia.17

Citations

  1. [S953] United States Passport; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906-March 31, 1925, Neil J. Burkinshaw, 3 November 1915.
  2. [S952] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, S.S. Rousillon Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1 September 1924; Microfilm serial: T715, shows his birthdate as August 20th-Meriden-Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_3532as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S1662] Neil C. Burkinshaw Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, Neil C. Burkinshaw.
  4. [S71] Questionnaire, Carol S. Maloney to Taryn L. Phelan, 30 November, 1998.
  5. [S951] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, S.S. Leviathan Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 March 1925; Microfilm serial: T715, shows Neil's birthdate as 20 August 1896 and his birthplace as Meriden, Conn., Microfilm Roll: T715_3620as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  6. [S933] Neil J. Burkenshaw household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, population schedule, Washington, D. C., ED 162, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 113, shows age 33 and birthplace as Connecitcut.
  7. [S934] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, Birte Hugo Stinnes Manifest of Passengers Arriving at St. Albans, VT, 1895-1954, 10 October 1953, shows age 57 and birthplace as Meriden, Conn., Microfilm Roll: M1464as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  8. [S1662] Neil C. Burkinshaw Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, shows his birth as August 20, 1896.
  9. [S933] Neil J. Burkenshaw household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, population schedule, Washington, D. C., ED 162, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 113, shows Neil J. Burkenshaw.
  10. [S953] United States Passport; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906-March 31, 1925, Neil J. Burkinshaw, 3 November 1915; shows his current residence as Meriden, Conn.
  11. [S933] Neil J. Burkenshaw household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, population schedule, Washington, D. C., ED 162, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 113, shows that Neil was 27 when he married and Helen was 26.
  12. [S948] Historical Newspapers, Births, Marriages, and Death Announcements, 1851-2003, Ancestry.Com, The New York Times, 20 October 1955; Neil Burkinshaw Obituary; shows he was survived by his widow, the former Helen F. Slavin.
  13. [S947] Historical Newspapers, Births, Marriages, and Death Announcements, 1851-2003, Ancestry.Com, Helen Slavin Burkinshaw's Obituary; shows her to be the wife of the late Neil J. Burkinshaw.
  14. [S951] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, S.S. Leviathan Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 March 1925; Microfilm serial: T715, shows their residence, Microfilm Roll: T715_3620as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  15. [S952] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, S.S. Rousillon Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1 September 1924; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_3532as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  16. [S951] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, S.S. Leviathan Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 16 March 1925; Microfilm serial: T715, Microfilm Roll: T715_3620as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  17. [S933] Neil J. Burkenshaw household, 1930 United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, population schedule, Washington, D. C., ED 162, sheet 6A, dwelling 113, family 113.
  18. [S949] The Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. Kidnapping and Murder A collection of photographs, clippings, posters, and other documents related to the Lindbergh kidnapping and subsequent trial of Richard Bruno Haputmann, by Dyani Scheuerman and Rhonda Rhinehart.
  19. [S1] Interview, Ralph Phelan.
  20. [S1662] Neil C. Burkinshaw Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, shows Branch of Service: US Army.
  21. [S934] Neil and Helen Burkinshaw, Birte Hugo Stinnes Manifest of Passengers Arriving at St. Albans, VT, 1895-1954, 10 October 1953, Microfilm Roll: M1464as viewed on Ancestry.com.
  22. [S948] Historical Newspapers, Births, Marriages, and Death Announcements, 1851-2003, Ancestry.Com, Neil Burkinshaw Obituary.
  23. [S1662] Neil C. Burkinshaw Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, shows the death date as September 20, 1955.
  24. [S1662] Neil C. Burkinshaw Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, shows the burial date as September 23, 1955.
  25. [S946] Time, 21 November 1927.
  26. [S950] The North Adams Transcript, 17 January 1936, Front Page.
  27. [S948] Historical Newspapers, Births, Marriages, and Death Announcements, 1851-2003, Ancestry.Com, The New York Times, 20 October 1955; Neil Burkinshaw Obituary.

William J. Reilly1,2

M, b. 20 July 1883, d. 28 June 1912
Willliam J. Reilly
(This photo was scanned from the Waterbury Evening
Democrat newspaper which published it for his obituary)
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           William J. Reilly was born on 20 July 1883 at Waterbury, Connecticut..3,2 He was a shop hand in November 1903 at Waterbury, Connecticut.4
     William J. Reilly resided in November 1903 at 52 Fuller Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.5
     William J. Reilly married Sarah A. Phelan, daughter of John J. Phelan and Mary E. Hennessey, on 2 November 1903 at St. Francis Xavier Church, Waterbury, Connecticut. They were joined in marriage by the Rev. J. J. Curtin.1,6,7,8    William J. Reilly was a bartender at the time of his death.2
     William J. died on 28 June 1912 at Wolcott, Connecticut, at age 28.2,9   
     William's funeral was held on 1 July 1912 from his late home, 45 Walnut street to the Immaculate Conception church, where a mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev. James Broderick. During the services and at the offertory special music was rendered by Miss Gertrude Reed. The pallbearers were Stephen Keefe, Michael Egan and George Lynch representing the local Bartenders' union, of which the deceased was a prominent member, Thomas Flynn from Dipierro's where he was employed, William Ghent, and James Noonan. The floral offerings included: Pillow, lettered "Husband" from wife; standing heart, marked "Brother", from family; pillow, lettered "Cousin", from Ryder family; basket of roses, Mrs. Margaret McCormack; plaque of roses, Mary and Ellen Reilley; crescent and star, lettered "Friend", George Lynch; large standing wreath from B.I.L; standing cross, George Prence and friends; standing cross, Mrs. McDonald and girls in gymnasium class at St. Mary's Alumni Association; standing wreath, from Laurel club; standing cross, Bantam lake club; wreath of roses, from friends at Waterbury Buckle Co; basket sweet peas, Frank Dipierro; standing cross, lettered, "Rest", D. F. Regan; heart of roses, from friends of Shepard's livery stable; standing cross, Margaret Flynn, Annie Keefe and Mamie Leary; double plaque of carnations from William Mahoney and Edward Burke; plaque of carnations Mrs. Downes and family; basket of roses, department 25, Waterbury Clock Co; plaque of carnations from Annie Finley, Josephine Wallace, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miller and family, William Conners, Laura and Kitty McGinn, Kittie and Ella Masonery, Mollie Mulville, Mary and Catherine McNally, and placque of roses, Mrs. Lorsensen.10    He was buried on 1 July 1912 at New St. Joseph's Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut, in lot # 92.2,11

Family

Sarah A. Phelan b. 3 Jan 1884, d. 30 Jan 1932
Children

Obituaries and Other News Articles

     The following obituary appeared in the Waterbury Evening Democrat newspaper on 29 June 1912: John J. Downey of 29 Howard street, aged 27 years, and William J. O'Reilly of 45 Walnut street, aged 28 years, both employees of V.P. Dipierro of South Main street, wholesale and liquour dealer, were drowned in Hitchcock's pond about 4 o'clock yeaterday afternoon. James Quinn of Bridge street was with Downey and O'Reilly in the boat, and he, too, came near losing his life. The fact that he had some knowledge of the art of swimming saved him from going down with the others, neither of whom, it appears knew how to swim. This must be true since the accident happended over fifteen or twenty feet from the shore.
     The men were out delivering goods to customers from an auto truck and while this was not on their route, somebody gave then an order after they left the store and they went out there to deliver it. They borrowed a steel boat from Joseph N. Gallipeau at Camp Musical to row to the camp of William Cosgrove on the upper pond. Galipeau told them that his boat would not carry three men, but they decided to try it. With Quinn using the oars and his companions sitting in the stern of the boat they pulled out and had just turned the bend when the boat gave a lurch, letting in a large quantity of water. Before the occupants realized the seriousness of the situation the frail craft was swallowed up in the water and the men left to shift for themselves. There was no excitement and the first intimation Galipeau had of what had happened was when he heard somebody call from the direction of the bend. He and others hurried to the scene where they found Quinn almost unconscious, but there was no trace of the boat or the two other men. All Quinn could tell was that the boat went down and before he knew what was up he was in the water and somebody clinging to him by the hair of his head. He was pulled under the water, but finally freed himself from the drowning man's grasp and reached the shore almost exhausted. Quinn was taken to the Cosgrove camp, after which steps were taken to find the bodies.
     Word was also telephoned to the police station and Detectives Kenaugh and Keegan went out there with grappling irons, but when they got there Mr. Galipeau, Max Frohm, Joseph Clancy and others had found the bodies and brought them to shore. Dr. Goodenough, medical examiner for Wolcott, viewed the bodies and pronounced death due to accidental drowning. Both bodies were brought to Mulville's undertaking rooms, and when prepared for burial to-day they made a sight that would wring a tear from the most hardened. They were clean, healthy young men, and as they lay side by side on stretchers one would think they had just lain down for a short sleep and would be up and about their businesses as usual whenever the occasion demanded their service.
     Their employer knew nothing about the sad affair until Detective Dodds called at his place. Then he telephoned Hitchcock's pond and learned the particulars.
     To a reporter of the Democrat Mr. Dipierro said to-day that he couldn't believe it when he first heard it. The men had nothing to deliver out there and he had a notion that there was some mistake about the names until he talked with people at the lake. He said that Downey was a model young man. He worked for Mr. Guest before he bought the place and was with him since he took hold. He never drank intoxicants and was so prompt that he always could tell within a few minutes when he would be back after going out with an order. During the forenoon they were out through the north end and started on in the afternoon to do the other sections, but why they went to Hitchcock's pond he could not say because they took out no order for anybody at that place. O'Reilly, he said, tended the bar in his place four days in the week and on Friday and Saturday he helped Downey on the wagon. He also was sober, industrious and honest.11

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
November 190352 Fuller Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutWilliam J. Reilly resided in November 1903 at 52 Fuller Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.5

Citations

  1. [S1578] Certificate, William J. Reilly and Sarah Phelan marriage of 2 November 1903.
  2. [S827] William Reilly, William Reilly's Death Registration, Deaths in the Town of Waterbury, 1911-1914, Book 7, Page 93.
  3. [S1578] Certificate, William J. Reilly and Sarah Phelan marriage of 2 November 1903, shows the groom's age as 20 and birth place as Waterbury.
  4. [S1578] Certificate, William J. Reilly and Sarah Phelan marriage of 2 November 1903, shows the groom's occupation as a shop hand.
  5. [S1578] Certificate, William J. Reilly and Sarah Phelan marriage of 2 November 1903, shows the groom's residence as 52 Fuller.
  6. [S60] Waterbury Connecticut Street Directory, Sadie A. Reilly (wid William), 1927; Book Section P, Page 466.
  7. [S46] Sarah Reilly's Death Certificate.
  8. [S144] The Waterbury Republican, 31 January, 1932, states "widow of William Reilly."
  9. [S828] Phone conversation, Mary Ladden Rielly.
  10. [S900] The Waterbury Democrat, 1 July 1912, Page Five.
  11. [S899] The Waterbury Democrat, 29 June 1912, Page Five.

William F. Rielly1,2

M, b. July 1905, d. 20 October 1969
FatherWilliam J. Reilly3 b. 20 Jul 1883, d. 28 Jun 1912
MotherSarah A. Phelan2,4,5 b. 3 Jan 1884, d. 30 Jan 1932
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           William F. Rielly was born in July 1905 at Waterbury, Connecticut..6 William was born with his surname spelled "Reilly", but he later changed it to the variation "Rielly".3 He also went by the name of Willy.3 He resided with John J. Phelan, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, George Vincent Phelan, William F. Phelan, Sarah A. Phelan and George Christopher Reilly in 1920 at 332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.7
     William F. Rielly appears as Mary Smith, age x, in the census of 4 April 1930 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Sarah A. Phelan as his [Relationship stated in census] along with George Christopher Reilly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2   
     William F. Rielly resided on 4 April 1930 at 434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Sarah A. Phelan as well as with George Christopher Reilly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2 William F. Rielly was a machinist at Scovill Manufacturing in April 1930 at Waterbury, Connecticut.2
     William F. Rielly married Mary Ladden on 30 November 1933 at Waterbury, Connecticut.8,9,10,11,3
     William F. Rielly was a pallbearer for Helen Marie Dwyer, his aunt, on 28 September 1943 at Waterbury, Connecticut.12
     William F. Rielly died on 20 October 1969 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 64 of cancer.13 He was buried in October 1969 at Waterbury, Connecticut.

Family

Mary Ladden b. 18 Apr 1909, d. 6 Mar 1997

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1930Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutWilliam F. Rielly appears as Mary Smith, age x, in the census of 4 April 1930 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Sarah A. Phelan as his [Relationship stated in census] along with George Christopher Reilly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
1920332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutWilliam F. Rielly resided with John J. Phelan, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, George Vincent Phelan, William F. Phelan, Sarah A. Phelan and George Christopher Reilly in 1920 at 332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.7
4 April 1930434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutWilliam F. Rielly resided on 4 April 1930 at 434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Sarah A. Phelan as well as with George Christopher Reilly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2

Citations

  1. [S285] John Phelan household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 470, sheet 65A, dwelling 444, family 1266, mistakenly identified as James.
  2. [S286] Sadie Riley household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 250, sheet 3B, dwelling 21, family 53.
  3. [S828] Phone conversation, Mary Ladden Rielly.
  4. [S144] The Waterbury Republican, 31 January, 1932.
  5. [S896] The Waterbury Democrat, 30 January, 1932, Page 7, shows surviving son as William F. Rielly.
  6. [S286] Sadie Riley household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 250, sheet 3B, dwelling 21, family 53, shows age 24 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  7. [S60] Waterbury Connecticut Street Directory, John J., Daniel, Dennis, George V., and William Phelan, 1920; Page 504; Mrs. Sarah Reilly, 1920; Page 523.
  8. [S1665] CT State Library-(CT Vital Records)-Index of Marriages, 1897-1968, online www.ctatatelibrarydata.org, William Reilly and Mary Ladden; 1933-11-30, Waterbury.
  9. [S62] The Waterbury Republican-American, March 8, 1997.
  10. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William F. Rielly, State File #21255, 20 October 1969,shows spouse as Mary.
  11. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows Mary as widowed and spouse as William Rielly.
  12. [S674] The Waterbury Republican-American, 28 September 1943.
  13. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William F. Rielly, State File #21255, 20 October 1969.

George Christopher Reilly1,2,3,4

M, b. 19 December 1908, d. 14 June 1961
FatherWilliam J. Reilly5 b. 20 Jul 1883, d. 28 Jun 1912
MotherSarah A. Phelan2,6,7 b. 3 Jan 1884, d. 30 Jan 1932
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           George Christopher Reilly was born on 19 December 1908 at Waterbury, Connecticut..8,9,10,4,11 He resided with John J. Phelan, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, George Vincent Phelan, William F. Phelan, Sarah A. Phelan and William F. Rielly, his mother, in 1920 at 332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, (an unknown value.)12
     George Christopher Reilly appears as George Riley, age 21, in the census of 4 April 1930 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Sarah A. Phelan as her son.2   
     George Christopher Reilly resided on 4 April 1930 at 434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Sarah A. Phelan as well as with William F. Rielly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2
     George Christopher Reilly was an informant to the death of Sarah A. Phelan, his mother, on 30 January 1932 at St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, Connecticut; from diabetes.13,14
     George Christopher Reilly married Gladys A. Druzinski on 14 September 1933 at Waterbury, Connecticut.15,16,17,18,4
     George Christopher Reilly, age 31, appears as head of household in the census of 6 April 1940 in 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Gladys A. Druzinski and Raymond Reilly.3 George Christopher Reilly was a laborer in a brass factory in April 1940 at Waterbury, Connecticut.19
     George Christopher Reilly was a pallbearer for Helen Marie Dwyer, his aunt, on 28 September 1943 at Waterbury, Connecticut.20
     George Christopher Reilly died on 14 June 1961 at Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 52.11,21,4 He was buried in 1961 at Old St. Joe's Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut, with his wife, Gladys.4   

Family

Gladys A. Druzinski b. 28 Feb 1911, d. 22 Sep 1997
Child

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1930Waterbury, New Haven, ConnecticutGeorge Christopher Reilly appears as George Riley, age 21, in the census of 4 April 1930 at Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut,in the household of Sarah A. Phelan as her son.2
194055 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutGeorge Christopher Reilly, age 31, appears as head of household in the census of 6 April 1940 in 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Gladys A. Druzinski and Raymond Reilly.3

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
1920332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutGeorge Christopher Reilly resided with John J. Phelan, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, George Vincent Phelan, William F. Phelan, Sarah A. Phelan and William F. Rielly, his mother, in 1920 at 332 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, (an unknown value.)12
4 April 1930434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, ConnecticutGeorge Christopher Reilly resided on 4 April 1930 at 434 Baldwin Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, with Sarah A. Phelan as well as with William F. Rielly, Daniel Phelan, Dennis John Phelan, William F. Phelan and William David Hennessey.2

Citations

  1. [S285] John Phelan household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 470, sheet 65A, dwelling 444, family 1266.
  2. [S286] Sadie Riley household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 250, sheet 3B, dwelling 21, family 53.
  3. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58.
  4. [S140] George C. Reilly Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.
  5. [S828] Phone conversation, Mary Ladden Rielly.
  6. [S144] The Waterbury Republican, 31 January, 1932.
  7. [S896] The Waterbury Democrat, 30 January, 1932, Page 7, shows surviving son as George C. Rielly.
  8. [S285] John Phelan household, 1920 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 470, sheet 65A, dwelling 444, family 1266, shows age 12.
  9. [S286] Sadie Riley household, 1930 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 250, sheet 3B, dwelling 21, family 53, shows age 21 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  10. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows age 31 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  11. [S159] George Reilly, 047-01-1987, Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,.
  12. [S60] Waterbury Connecticut Street Directory, John J., Daniel, Dennis, George V., and William Phelan, 1920; Page 504; Mrs. Sarah Reilly, 1920; Page 523.
  13. [S46] Sarah Reilly's Death Certificate.
  14. [S1666] CT State Library-(CT Vital Records)-Index of Deaths, 1897-1968, online www.ctatatelibrarydata.org, Sarah Rielly (sic); 1932-01-30, Waterbury.
  15. [S1665] CT State Library-(CT Vital Records)-Index of Marriages, 1897-1968, online www.ctatatelibrarydata.org, George Reilly and Gladys Druzinski; 1933-09-14, Waterbury.
  16. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows wife as Gladys Reilly.
  17. [S54] The Waterbury Republican-American, 23 Sep 1997, page 4B, states, "widow of George C. Reilly."
  18. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, George C. Reilly, State File #11746, 14 Jun 1961,shows that his spouse is Gladys.
  19. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows occupation.
  20. [S674] The Waterbury Republican-American, 28 September 1943.
  21. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, George C. Reilly, State File #11746, 14 Jun 1961.
  22. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows father as George C. Reilly.
  23. [S73] Letter, Raymond Reilly to Taryn L. Phelan, 26 Dec 1998.
  24. [S727] Waterbury Republican-American, 3 June 2008, Page 5B.

Mary Ladden1,2

F, b. 18 April 1909, d. 6 March 1997
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           Mary Ladden was born on 18 April 1909 at Waterbury, Connecticut..3,2 She was educated at Wilby High School, Waterbury, Connecticut.2
     Mary Ladden married William F. Rielly, son of William J. Reilly and Sarah A. Phelan, on 30 November 1933 at Waterbury, Connecticut.4,2,5,6,7 Mary was employed in the offices of the strip mill. at Scovill Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Connecticut.8,2 As of 1996, the address of Mary Ladden was 2171 East Main Street: East Gate Apts., Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut.9,7   
     Mary Ladden died on 6 March 1997 at Abbott Terrace Health Center, Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 87.10,2 She was buried on 8 March 1997 at Calvary Cemetery, Waterbury, Connecticut.2

Family

William F. Rielly b. Jul 1905, d. 20 Oct 1969

Citations

  1. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows father's surname as Ladden.
  2. [S62] The Waterbury Republican-American, March 8, 1997.
  3. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows birthdate as 18 April 1909 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  4. [S1665] CT State Library-(CT Vital Records)-Index of Marriages, 1897-1968, online www.ctatatelibrarydata.org, William Reilly and Mary Ladden; 1933-11-30, Waterbury.
  5. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, William F. Rielly, State File #21255, 20 October 1969,shows spouse as Mary.
  6. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows Mary as widowed and spouse as William Rielly.
  7. [S828] Phone conversation, Mary Ladden Rielly.
  8. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows Mary as an office worker at Scovill Mfg. Co.
  9. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997,shows address.
  10. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, Mary Rielly, State File #07412, 6 March 1997.

Steven L. Valerio1

M, b. 24 December 1947, d. 12 October 2010
Steven L. Valerio
           Steven L. Valerio was born on 24 December 1947 at Waterbury, Connecticut..2 The address of Steven L. Valerio was 45 Warwick Rd., Watertown, Connecticut.
     Steven L. Valerio died on 12 October 2010 at 50 Ray Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 62 from cancer.1 Steven L. Valerio's funeral was on 14 October 2010 at Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Waterbury, Connecticut.3

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
45 Warwick Rd., Watertown, ConnecticutThe address of Steven L. Valerio was 45 Warwick Rd., Watertown, Connecticut.

Citations

  1. [S1181] The Waterbury Republican, 13 October 2010, Page 8B.
  2. [S1181] The Waterbury Republican, 13 October 2010, Page 8B, states that he was a Christmas Eve baby in 1947.
  3. [S1181] The Waterbury Republican, 13 October 2010, Page 8B, shows that a funeral Mass will be held 10 a.m. Thursday at Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, 74 West Main Street, Waterbury, Connecticut.

Gladys A. Druzinski1,2,3

F, b. 28 February 1911, d. 22 September 1997
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           Gladys A. Druzinski was born on 28 February 1911 at Massachusetts..4,3 She was educated at Walsh Grammar and Wilby High School, Waterbury, Connecticut.2 She resided between 1917 and 1997 at Waterbury at Connecticut spending her later years at East Gate Apartments.2
     Gladys A. Druzinski married George Christopher Reilly, son of William J. Reilly and Sarah A. Phelan, on 14 September 1933 at Waterbury, Connecticut.5,6,7,8,3 Gladys worked in the payroll department of at Scovill Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Connecticut.2
     Gladys A. Druzinski appears as Gladys Reilly, age 29, in the census of 6 April 1940 at 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of George Christopher Reilly as his wife, along with Raymond Reilly.1 Gladys A. Druzinski died on 22 September 1997 at Meridian Manor, Waterbury, Connecticut, at age 86 of natural causes.2,9,10    She was buried on 24 September 1997 at Old St Joseph, Waterbury, Connecticut, with her husband, George.2,3,11   

Family

George Christopher Reilly b. 19 Dec 1908, d. 14 Jun 1961
Child

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
194055 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutGladys A. Druzinski appears as Gladys Reilly, age 29, in the census of 6 April 1940 at 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of George Christopher Reilly as his wife, along with Raymond Reilly.1

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
between 1917 and 1997East Gate Apartments, Waterbury, ConnecticutGladys A. Druzinski resided between 1917 and 1997 at Waterbury at Connecticut spending her later years at East Gate Apartments.2

Citations

  1. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58.
  2. [S54] The Waterbury Republican-American, 23 Sep 1997, page 4B.
  3. [S140] George C. Reilly Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut.
  4. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows age 29 and birthplace as Massaachusetts.
  5. [S1665] CT State Library-(CT Vital Records)-Index of Marriages, 1897-1968, online www.ctatatelibrarydata.org, George Reilly and Gladys Druzinski; 1933-09-14, Waterbury.
  6. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows wife as Gladys Reilly.
  7. [S54] The Waterbury Republican-American, 23 Sep 1997, page 4B, states, "widow of George C. Reilly."
  8. [S157] CT Death Index, 1949-2012, George C. Reilly, State File #11746, 14 Jun 1961,shows that his spouse is Gladys.
  9. [S140] George C. Reilly Gravestone Inscription, Taryn L. Phelan, 221 Westwood Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut, shows 1997.
  10. [S73] Letter, Raymond Reilly to Taryn L. Phelan, 26 Dec 1998.
  11. [S143] Letter, Kevin R. Reilly to Taryn L. Phelan, February, 1999.
  12. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows mother as Gladys Reilly.
  13. [S727] Waterbury Republican-American, 3 June 2008, Page 5B.

Raymond Reilly1,2

M, b. 19 February 1938, d. 29 May 2008
Raymond Reilly
FatherGeorge Christopher Reilly3,2,4 b. 19 Dec 1908, d. 14 Jun 1961
MotherGladys A. Druzinski5,6,2,4 b. 28 Feb 1911, d. 22 Sep 1997
Relationship2nd cousin of Taryn Lynn Phelan
ChartsDennis Phelan Descendancy Indented Chart
Daniel Bergin Descendancy Chart
John Hennessey Descendancy Chart
           Raymond Reilly was born on 19 February 1938 at Waterbury, Connecticut..7,2,4 He also went by the name of Ray.
     Raymond Reilly appears as Raymond Reilly, age 2, in the census of 6 April 1940 at 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of George Christopher Reilly as his son, along with Gladys A. Druzinski.1 Raymond Reilly was educated at Wilby High School, Waterbury, Connecticut.4 He; was a U.S. Air Force veteran.4
     Raymond Reilly resided at 12 Spindle Hill Road, Wolcott, Connecticut. As of 1998, the address of Raymond Reilly was 15300 Treetop Dr., Orlando Park, Illinois.2,8 He was a blackjack dealer at Harrah's Casino, Illinois, at Harrah's Casino, Illinois.2 He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, patron of Community restaurant, and a longtime Mets fan..4   
     Raymond Reilly died on 29 May 2008 at Tinley Park, Illinois, at age 70.4 He was buried at Illinois.4

Census Records

DateLocationMemo
194055 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, ConnecticutRaymond Reilly appears as Raymond Reilly, age 2, in the census of 6 April 1940 at 55 Catherine Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut,in the household of George Christopher Reilly as his son, along with Gladys A. Druzinski.1

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
12 Spindle Hill Road, Wolcott, ConnecticutRaymond Reilly resided at 12 Spindle Hill Road, Wolcott, Connecticut.
199815300 Treetop Dr., Orlando Park, IllinoisAs of 1998, the address of Raymond Reilly was 15300 Treetop Dr., Orlando Park, Illinois.2,8

Citations

  1. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58.
  2. [S73] Letter, Raymond Reilly to Taryn L. Phelan, 26 Dec 1998.
  3. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows father as George C. Reilly.
  4. [S727] Waterbury Republican-American, 3 June 2008, Page 5B.
  5. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows mother as Gladys Reilly.
  6. [S54] The Waterbury Republican-American, 23 Sep 1997, page 4B.
  7. [S1281] George C. Reilly household, 1940 United States Federal Census, New Haven, Connecticut, population schedule, Waterbury, ED 5-176, sheet 3B, number of household , 58, shows age 2 and birthplace as Connecticut.
  8. [S145] Zachary David Shatas' Birth Announcement, 21 June, 2000.