William St. Croix

(circa 1955 - 17 September 1978)

Father*Mike St. Croix b. 8 May 1909, d. 18 Mar 1985
William St. Croix|b. c 1955\nd. 17 Sep 1978|p8.htm#i254|Mike St. Croix|b. 8 May 1909\nd. 18 Mar 1985|p7.htm#i244||||Joseph Bernard (Joe) St. Croix|b. 3 Oct 1870\nd. 21 Oct 1948|p7.htm#i235|Mary A. Mason|b. 17 Aug 1874\nd. 31 Mar 1960|p5.htm#i236|||||||

Relationship 2nd cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jan 21, 2001

Birth*circa 1955  
Death*17 September 1978 Died at age 23, he was a passenger in a car "driven by a maniac who wanted to see how fast the car would go" - said his brother, Bren. 

Winnifred St. Croix

(16 November 1871 - 21 March 1945)

Father*Benjamin St. Croix b. 15 Oct 1843, d. 2 Apr 1916
Mother*Sarah Bishop b. 25 Nov 1848, d. 14 Oct 1904
Winnifred St. Croix|b. 16 Nov 1871\nd. 21 Mar 1945|p8.htm#i257|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|John St. Croix||p7.htm#i307|Catherine Vail||p8.htm#i308|||||||

Relationship Great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jan 15, 2001

Married Name Bowen 
Baptism*16 November 1871 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, Godparents were Tom Mooney and Mary Mooney. Priest was Father C. Ironie. 
Marriage* Principal=Jack Bowen 
Death*21 March 1945 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada 

Family

Jack Bowen
Children

Alec Sturrock

(12 March 1920 - 14 March 1990)

Last Edited Nov 30, 2006

Birth*12 March 1920 Ontario, Canada 
Marriage*20 March 1945 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada,
Married Alec Sturrock when he got out of the army. They had 4 children: Marsha, Diane, Brian, and David. Marsha married Gerald Fox and she taught school. Diane was a RN at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton. Alec died of Alzheimers's Disease in the 1990., Principal=Mary Marguerite Marshall 
Death*14 March 1990 Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Burial*March 1990 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada
Alec Sturrock's Grave

Geraldine Sulliven


Last Edited Feb 7, 2003

Birth* Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Married Name Quirk 

Frederick Tilley


Father*Robert Tilley
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Relationship 2nd cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Feb 8, 2003

Birth* North Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Marriage* Principal=Jean MacNeil 

Robert Tilley


Last Edited Feb 7, 2003

Birth* Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada 

Family

Child

Mary Vail*

(1866 - )

Last Edited Aug 19, 2000

Birth*1866 Colinet Island, St. Mary's Bay County, Newfoundland, Canada 
Marriage* Principal=(?) Vail 
Census*1921 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, Mary is listed as a widow living with her son Patrick. 

Family

(?) Vail d. b 1921
Child

Patrick Vail*

(24 July 1897 - )

Father*(?) Vail d. b 1921
Mother*Mary Vail* b. 1866
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Last Edited Aug 19, 2000

Birth*24 July 1897 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada 
Census*1921 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, Patrick is living in St. Mary's Bay with his widowed mother. 

(?) Vail

( - before 1921)

Last Edited Jun 17, 2002

Marriage* Principal=Mary Vail* 
Death*before 1921 Mary Vail is listed as a widow in the 1921 Census. 

Family

Mary Vail* b. 1866
Child

Catherine Vail


Relationship 3rd great-grandmother of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 19, 2002

Name Variation Viel, Alex White states that other possible spellings of the name are Viel, Vale, Vaile and some say Niel. It is difficult to make out the writing on past records. 
Married Name St. Croix 
Marriage* Principal=John St. Croix 
Note*7 November 2000 Wrote to a Michael Vail in St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland A0B 3B0 to see if he knew anything about the Vail history. 

Family

John St. Croix
Children

Edward Viel*


Last Edited Jul 9, 2003

Birth* County Kilkenny, Ireland 
Name Variation Nief, Alex White says it is difficult to make out the writing on the church record of marriage - could be Nief or Viel. 
Marriage*5 November 1825 St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, Witnesses were Ann Yetman and Jim Dobbin., Principal=Eleanor Peddle 

Annie Walsh

(1905 - 12 December 1926)

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Annie Walsh|b. 1905\nd. 12 Dec 1926|p8.htm#i197|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 17, 2000

Birth*1905 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Based on age at death. 
Occupation*1922 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Began teaching on the "Jerseyside" of town when she was 16 or 17. 
Burial*December 1926 Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, There is a headstone that is erected by her parents in memory of their four children that died. It says
"The Blow Of Each Was Great
The Shock Severe
We Little Thought Their Parting Was So Near
But Only Those Who Have Lost Can Tell
The Pain Of Not Saying At Least Farewell"

Have a picture of the headstone. Looks like it is broken in half and George is holding it together.
 
Death*12 December 1926 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Died of pneumonia at the age of 21. Wrote to Newfoundland Vital Statistics. They could not find a death certificate for Annie between 1920 - 1930., Witness=Patrick Walsh, Witness=Mary Frances St. Croix 

Catherine Mary Walsh

(10 May 1896 - 8 November 1960)

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Catherine Mary Walsh|b. 10 May 1896\nd. 8 Nov 1960|p8.htm#i10|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Grandmother of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Nov 30, 2006

Name Variation Mary Kate 
Married Name Marshall 
Birth*10 May 1896 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism11 May 1896 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Marriage*11 February 1922 Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Performed by Rt. Rev Mgr. McDermott (Catholic). Sponsors were Felix Parsons and Ivy O'Brien. Stated the groom was 37 years old., Principal=George James Marshall 
Address 3*1925 Case Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Address 4*1931 Melrose Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Address 5*1932 Parent's house, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, During the depression, Catherine and Marguerite, Loretta, and George went to live here because of financial problems. George (age 1) stayed in Hamilton to work at the Steel Company. Annabelle was born here. They stayed about 1 -2 years here and Marguerite (age 9) and Loretta (age 6) went to school here. 
Occupation*1959 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Worked as a substitute teacher and a housewife. 
Death*8 November 1960 Florence Henderson Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Had been in the hospital with a broken hip following a fall on a school playground where she was substituing as a teacher. When she was about to be discharged from the hospital, she had a stroke, and subsequently died. 
Burial*November 1960 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada, Buried in Section 21, Row 8, Grave 42.
Funeral was at the Basilica Church in Hamilton. 

Family

George James Marshall b. 18 May 1885, d. 18 Apr 1961
Marriage*11 February 1922 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Performed by Rt. Rev Mgr. McDermott (Catholic). Sponsors were Felix Parsons and Ivy O'Brien. Stated the groom was 37 years old., Principal=George James Marshall 
Children

Edward Walsh

(circa 1770 - )

Last Edited Mar 30, 1995

Birth*circa 1770 In Sept, 1794, he was one who subscribed his name to fight against the English to defend his town (Placentia). 

Edward Walsh

(before 1850 - )

Last Edited Jun 17, 2002

Birth*before 1850  
Occupation*1864 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, a fisherman 

James Walsh


Father*John(?) Walsh b. 1791, d. 4 Dec 1823
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Relationship 2nd great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jan 21, 2001

Marriage* Principal=Catherine Flin 
Occupation*1864 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, a boatkeeper 

Family

Catherine Flin
Children

James Walsh

(circa 1770 - )

Last Edited Mar 30, 1995

Birth*circa 1770 In Sept. 1794, he subscribed his name to those who were willing to defend the town agaist the English. 

James Vincent Walsh

(31 October 1901 - )

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
James Vincent Walsh|b. 31 Oct 1901|p8.htm#i186|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jan 20, 2008

Milit-Beg* He possibly died while fighting with the American Army while in the Panama Canal zone. There was also talk that he fought with General Clare Schenault in China, prior to WW2 as part of the "flying tigers". 
Death* He might have died while in the American army while fighting in the Panama Canal zone.
Lived in California after he married, maybe he died there. 
Baptism*31 October 1901 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 

Janet Walsh


Father*Ralph Joseph Walsh b. 30 Aug 1907, d. 30 Aug 1953
Janet Walsh||p8.htm#i524|Ralph Joseph Walsh|b. 30 Aug 1907\nd. 30 Aug 1953|p8.htm#i189||||Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary F. St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|||||||

Relationship 1st cousin 1 time removed of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jul 26, 2003

Birth*  
Occupation*1990 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Veterinarian. 

Joe Walsh


Father*James Walsh
Mother*Catherine Flin
Joe Walsh||p8.htm#i200|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|John(?) Walsh|b. 1791\nd. 4 Dec 1823|p8.htm#i201||||||||||

Relationship Great-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jan 21, 2001

Note* Had a large family in Placentia that still lives there, according to Marge. 
Birth*  

John(?) Walsh

(1791 - 4 December 1823)

Relationship 3rd great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Nov 5, 1996

Emigration* Placentia was populated in a large part by Irish immigrants, brought out by a Pearce Sweetman who was presumably a wealthy Irish trader who came from Fiddown, County Kilkenny. Sweetman owned a large estate known as Blenheim House and he built a large house in Placentia by the same name. John Walsh's gravestone says he came from Fiddown also. 
Birth*1791 Fiddown, County Kilkenny, Ireland, Not sure this is Patrick's grandfather. 
Burial*December 1823 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, His headstone stated: "His conduct thro life secured the esteem of his acquaintances. This sudden and premature death is an appalling lesson upon this" 
Death*4 December 1823 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, There is a John Walsh who died at this time, I'm not sure he is Patrick Walsh's grandfather. 

Family

Child

Laura Margaret Walsh

(28 December 1897 - 25 October 1977)

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Laura Margaret Walsh|b. 28 Dec 1897\nd. 25 Oct 1977|p8.htm#i184|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Nov 30, 2006

Birth*28 December 1897 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Baptism28 December 1897 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Baptized by Reverend V.H. Reardon. 
Occupation* Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Was a retired practical nurse when she died. 
Marriage* Never married. 
Death*25 October 1977 Chedoke General Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Burial*October 1977 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada, Location: Section 9, Row 7, Grave 20. 

Patrick Walsh

(30 January 1865 - 3 February 1932)

Father*James Walsh
Mother*Catherine Flin
Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|John(?) Walsh|b. 1791\nd. 4 Dec 1823|p8.htm#i201||||||||||

Relationship Great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Jul 1, 2004

Baptism*30 January 1865 Canada 
Marriage*7 January 1893 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Performed by Rev. M.A. Clancy. Witnesses were Andre Rose and Hannah O'Rielly., Principal=Mary Frances St. Croix 
(Witness) Death1915 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Died same year as Violet, maybe they both died of measles., Principal=Patrick Gordon Walsh 
(Witness) Death21 June 1916 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Was 7 years old, her brother died the same year. Ralph had a twin who died of measles (maybe this was Gordon) and they both might have died of measles., Principal=Violet Mary Walsh 
Occupation* Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Supposedly he worked here to supplement income. He would dig graves for $3 a grave. It was probably very hard work since the area is so rocky. 
(Witness) Death12 December 1926 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Died of pneumonia at the age of 21. Wrote to Newfoundland Vital Statistics. They could not find a death certificate for Annie between 1920 - 1930., Principal=Annie Walsh 
Death*3 February 1932 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Age 67., Witness=Mary Frances St. Croix 
Burial*February 1932 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Note1992 Walsh house, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, The house that the Walsh's lived in until Mary died in 1935 is now owned by a Mrs. Palfrey - she has lived there since about 1939. Some of the interior has changed, but the exterior is about the same as when the Walsh's lived there. 

Family

Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Marriage*7 January 1893 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Performed by Rev. M.A. Clancy. Witnesses were Andre Rose and Hannah O'Rielly., Principal=Mary Frances St. Croix 
Children

Patrick Walsh

( - 6 November 1863)

Last Edited Mar 30, 1995

Death*6 November 1863 Canada, An old newspaper article stated, "Like other Newfoundland communities whose men had to look to the sea for a living, tragedy was common. One example of that is the loss of a fishing boat from Placentia on November 6th, 1863, with the loss of five men from Placentia including a Patrick Walsh of Gt. John's". Don't know is he is related. 

Patrick Walsh

(circa 1891 - 8 July 1913)

Last Edited Nov 29, 1997

Birth*circa 1891  
Death*8 July 1913 Musselpond, Newfoundland, Canada, Age 22. 

Patrick Walsh

(before 1850 - )

Last Edited Jan 11, 2003

Birth*before 1850  
Occupation*1864 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, a tailor 

Patrick Gordon Walsh

(7 September 1911 - )

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Patrick Gordon Walsh|b. 7 Sep 1911|p8.htm#i196|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Aug 17, 2000

Baptism*7 September 1911 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Death1915 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, Died same year as Violet, maybe they both died of measles., Witness=Patrick Walsh, Witness=Mary Frances St. Croix 
Burial*1915 Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, See Annie Walsh's memo for her burial to see the inscription on the headstone. 

Peter Walsh

(before 1850 - )

Last Edited Jun 17, 2002

Birth*before 1850  
Occupation*1864 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, a farmer 

Ralph Joseph Walsh

(30 August 1907 - 30 August 1953)

Father*Patrick Walsh b. 30 Jan 1865, d. 3 Feb 1932
Mother*Mary Frances St. Croix b. 18 Mar 1872, d. 2 May 1935
Ralph Joseph Walsh|b. 30 Aug 1907\nd. 30 Aug 1953|p8.htm#i189|Patrick Walsh|b. 30 Jan 1865\nd. 3 Feb 1932|p8.htm#i182|Mary Frances St. Croix|b. 18 Mar 1872\nd. 2 May 1935|p7.htm#i183|James Walsh||p8.htm#i199|Catherine Flin||p2.htm#i210|Benjamin St. Croix|b. 15 Oct 1843\nd. 2 Apr 1916|p6.htm#i212|Sarah Bishop|b. 25 Nov 1848\nd. 14 Oct 1904|p1.htm#i187|

Relationship Granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue.
Last Edited Nov 30, 2006

Note* Ralph supposedly had a twin brother who died of measles. 
Baptism*30 August 1907 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada 
Note1909 "twin's corner", Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, The corner where the Walsh's lived came to be known as "twin's corner" because about the same time as Ralph and his twin were born, the Rose's (neighbors) also had twins. 
Occupation*1953 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada, Was a Supervisor at the Steel Company where he had worked for more than 25 years. 
Death*30 August 1953 General Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Obituary*31 August 1953 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Obit states: Ralph J. Walsh, 47 Crosthwaite Avenue South, died suddenly at the General Hospital. Born in Newfoundland 44 years ago, he had lived in Hamilton for the last 27 years. Mr. Walsh was a member of St. John the Baptist Church. He was a valued employee of the Steel Company of Canada and a member of the Quarter Century Club of that company. Surviving are his widow, Margaret; one son, Patrick R. and two daughters, Joan and Janet, all at home; three sisters, Mrs. W. J. Maynard, Mrs. G. J. Marshall and Miss Laura Walsh, all of Hamilton and one brother, James V. of California. Funeral services will take place on Wednesday from the P. X. Dermody Funeral Home to St. John the Baptist church for Requiem Mass at 9 am with burial in Holy Sepluchre Cemetery. 
Burial*2 September 1953 Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada 

Family

Child

Richard Walsh

(before 1850 - )

Last Edited Jun 17, 2002

Birth*before 1850  
Occupation*1864 Placentia, Newfoundland, Canada, a boatkeeper