Thomas Henry Minogue1

ChartsAncestors of Thomas Henry Minogue
Descendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
(23 March 1869 - 2 February 1943)
Last EditedMar 15, 2017
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMathew Minogue b. c Nov 1830, d. 14 Nov 1900
MotherAnn Carter b. 11 Mar 1837, d. 5 Apr 1924

Family

Mary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957
Marriage6 February 1894 London, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas Minogue, 24, of London, Ontario, born Quebec, bachelor, tailor, son of Mathew and Ann Minogue married Mary Gibbons, 28, of London, born Ingersoll, spinster, daughter of John and Elizabeth Gibbons. Witnesses were Terence King and Mary O'Dwyer, both of London. (Mary Ann Dwyer was the first cousin of Mary Ann Gibbons. She was the daughter of William Dwyer and Maria O'Callaghan.) Priest was Father M.J. Tiernan and they were married by Banns in St. Peter's Cathedral in London, both listed as Catholic."; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons, Witness=Mary Ann Dwyer2,4 
Children
Thomas Henry Minogue (c1893), London, Ontario
Birth23 March 1869 Army Garrison, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; On his marriage certificate, Thomas listed his place of birth as Quebec. Family tradition states that he was born in the Army Barracks, in Quebec, most likely Quebec City, while Mathew was stationed there as a member of the Royal Canadian Rifles. No birth registration of baptismal record has been found. His obituary, however, states he was born in London, Ontario.2,3,4 
Notecirca 1875 Picture of Thomas Henry as a child.
Thomas Henry Minogue (c1875)
Census1881 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Thomas is listed as 10 years of age, living with his parents and siblings, Catholic, and born in Quebec.5 
Residence1884 121 Quebec Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; This was his parent's house that he was living in.6 
Occupation1884 London, Ontario, Canada; there was a listing in the city directory for "Mathew Minogue, Jr. living at 121 Quebec Street as a laborer for the Grand Trunk Railway". However, I believe this should have been Thomas' entry since Mathew, Jr. died as an infant. Thomas would have been 15 years old and working at the same place as his father.6 
Occupation1886 London, Ontario, Canada; working as a printer7 
Residencebetween 1886 and 1891 London, Ontario, Canada; at the home of his parents at 529 Quebec Street. the city directory lists him at this address until 1891, however he is missing from the directories between 1891 - 1898, although we know he was in London during this time.7 
Occupation1887 London, Ontario, Canada; working as a tailor for R. Boyd and sons. He is listed as a tailor through 1891, however the place of occupation is not known. By 1892, his sister, Annie, is also working as a tailoress.8 
Occupationbetween 1888 and 1889 London, Ontario, Canada; In the London, Middlesex Directory for 1888-9, Mathew is listed as "Mathew Minogue", foreman, G.T.R. carshops, house at 529 Quebec. His son, Thomas, is listed as a tailor for J. Boyd, living at the same address.; Principal=Mathew Minogue9 
Occupation1891 London, Ontario, Canada; In the 1891 Census, Thomas is listed as 22 years old and working as a tailor.10 
(Witness) Census5 April 1891 121 Quebec Street, Corner of Lyman, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as Family #446, living in a Wooden house of one floor with 6 rooms. "Mat Minagoue", age 59, male, married, born Ireland, parents born Ireland, Catholic, occupation listed as Stone R. R., employee, can read and write. Listed with him:
Ann, female, age 48, married, wife, born England, parents born England, Catholic, no occupation, can read & write.
Thomas, male, 22, son, born Que., father born Ireland, mother born England, Catholic, tailor, employee, can read & write.
Annie, female, 18, daughter, born Ont., father born Ireland, mother born England, tailoress, employee, can read and write.
(Census was taken on the 29th April, however, was supposed to reflect information on the day of April 5th).; Principal=Mathew Minogue11 
Census29 April 1891 London, Ontario, Canada; Thomas is listed as 22 years old, living with his parents and siblings, born in Quebec, and working as a tailor.12 
Name Changecirca 1894 Thomas Henry Minogue; Family tradition says that he changed the last name from Minogue to Monogue because he didn't like people calling him "Mini". Must have been after 1894, since the Minogue spelling was listed at marriage.13 
Migration Quebec (1869), London (1894), Hamilton (1898). 
Marriage6 February 1894 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas Minogue, 24, of London, Ontario, born Quebec, bachelor, tailor, son of Mathew and Ann Minogue married Mary Gibbons, 28, of London, born Ingersoll, spinster, daughter of John and Elizabeth Gibbons. Witnesses were Terence King and Mary O'Dwyer, both of London. (Mary Ann Dwyer was the first cousin of Mary Ann Gibbons. She was the daughter of William Dwyer and Maria O'Callaghan.) Priest was Father M.J. Tiernan and they were married by Banns in St. Peter's Cathedral in London, both listed as Catholic."; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons, Witness=Mary Ann Dwyer2,4 
Address19 January 1895 910 Lorne Ave., London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons14 
Residence15 June 1896 469 Grey Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons15 
Migrationbetween 1896 and 1898 Thomas and Mary Ann must have moved from London to Hamilton during this time.; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons 
Census11 April 1901 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic.; Witness=Mary Ann Gibbons, Witness=Kathleen M. Monogue, Witness=Madeline Ann Monogue, Witness=Thomas John Mathew Monogue, Witness=Agnes May Monogue16 
Note1903 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Minogue Family: Thomas Henry, Agne, Kathleen, Madeline, Thomas John, MaryAnn with baby Lizzie (c1903)
Occupation In the cemetery record, Thomas is stated to have been a tailor and carpenter.17 
Occupation Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; According to Patrick Monogue, his grandfather Thomas also worked for the Liquor Control Board. 
Anecdote This information was gathered from Patrick Monogue, grandson of Thomas Henry Monogue.

     Thomas Henry was a conservative (in the political sense) ans was well-known by the people in government. Pat thinks that is how his father Thomas John got a job at the post office at the young age of 19. Thomas Henry was a tailor and he worked at a shop on James Street. Later, he owned a small tailor shop on Concession Street. This shop he later turned into "Tom Monogue's Ice Cream Parlour". Marlene Pryor has a picture of the sign for the shop. Although, Patrick does not remember his grandfather having an ice cream store, he does remember him bringing big tins of ice cream to the picnics they would have at Concession Park. Agnes, Thomas's daughter was also a seamstress but she worked for a big tailor outfit on King Street. When Thomas Henry got older he sold the shop and went to work for the Liquor Control Board store at Barton and Ottawa. His health deteriorated and he became confused probably from atherosclerosis and he came to live with Pat's family on Huron Street for a while because grandma couldn't take care of him by herself. He eventually went back to live with grandma and his daughters on Kensington Street. He stayed in the upstairs bedroom and he used to say he heard a baby crying (which would have been Marlene, Dorothy's daughter) but they just told him he was imagining things because they didn't want to explain that Dorothy had a baby. He died in the upstairs bedroom and on the same day "Aunt Lizzie" (Gibbons Armstrong) also died. So Grandma lost both her husband and sister on the same day.; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons 
CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Witness=Agnes May Monogue, Witness=Thomas John Mathew Monogue, Witness=Madeline Ann Monogue, Witness=Kathleen M. Monogue, Witness=Mary Ann Gibbons, Witness=Elizabeth Margaret Monogue, Witness=Dorothy Cecelia Monogue18 
Residence1913 326 James Street North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, T. H. "h" Alexandra ("h" indicates a house, do not know what Alexandra was - could this be the name of the street, although I can find no listing for it.) The address given on James Street North appears to be the address of the tailor shop by 1915.
Listed with him were daughters, Kathleen and Madelyn.19 
Residence1914 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas, conf r, h, Concession, mountaintop
"conf" - may stand for Confectioner as Thomas did own a store on Concession Street at some point.
Listed with his children, Kathleen, Thomas, and Madeline.20 
Residence1915 598 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H. tlr (tailor) at 326 James Street North. Also listed as confectioner.
Listed with his children, Thomas & Kathleen.21 
Residence1916 12 E. 21st Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor 326 James North, h.22
12 East 21st Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Residence1919 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas, postman; Principal=Thomas John Mathew Monogue23 
Residence1919 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor, 326 James N., h23
12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Residence1920 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor, 326 James N., h24 
Residence1921 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor, 326 James N., h25 
Residence1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor, 326 James N., h26 
Residence1923 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., merchant tailor at 326 James N., h27 
Residence1924 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor at 326 James N., h28 
Address5 April 1924 12 Hamilton Avenue, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada29 
Residencebetween 1925 and 1928 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., tailor at 326 James N., h30 
Residencebetween 1929 and 1932 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H., (Mary), clk Liquor Control Board of Ontario, h.31 
Residencebetween 1933 and 1935 122 Balmoral North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas H. (Mary) clerk LCB32
122 Balmoral Ave., Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Address2 February 1943 63 Kensington Ave North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada17
Elizabeth Gibbons Armstrong, Thomas Henry Monogue, Mary Ann Gibbons, his wife (c1942)
Death2 February 1943 43 Kensington Street North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Death Registration states:
"In Hamilton, Wentworth County, at 63 Kensington Ave. N., Thomas Henry Minogue died on 02 February 1943. He was male, Canadian, Irish, married, born Quebec on March 23, 1869, aged 73 yrs, 10 months, 10 days, tailor for Cornell Tailors. He had last worked in this occupation three years ago and had been a tailor all his life. Married to Mary Gibbons, father Matthew Minogue, born Ireland and mother was Ann Carter, born England. Information given by Thos. Minogue, Jr. of 31 Huron Street, his son. Buried in Holy Sepluchre Cemetery on February 6, 1943. Medical Certificate states he received care from January 15, 1940 to February 2, 1943 and he was last seen by Dr. Newell on February 1st. Cause of death was chronic myocarditis. Undertaker was P.X. Dermody of 7 East Av. South."33 
Obituary2 February 1943 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Obit states: "Thomas Monogue, 63 Kensington Avenue North, a highly respected resident of Hamilton, for many years, died this morning at his residence after an illness of two weeks. The late Mr. Monogue had been in failing health for some time. He was a well known tailor for many years, but retired about 15 years ago. He made his home at Mount Hamilton until recently. Deceased, who was born in London, Ont., was a member of St. Ann's church and the Holy Name Society. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Monogue; one son T. J. Monogue, of this city, and five daughters, Mrs. John McNamara, of this city; Mrs. Walter Young, Ryckman's Corners; Mrs. Tom Peters, of this city, and Miss Madeline and Miss Agnes Monogue at home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed."3 
Burial6 February 1943 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Cemetery location: Section 1, Lot 125, Grave 1. Grave was paid by son, Thomas Monogue.17,33

Citations

  1. He later changed his name to Monogue as he didn't care to be called "Minnie".
  2. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  3. [S497] Obit - Thomas Monogue, 02 February 1943.
  4. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 82 Marriage of Thomas Minogue and Mary Ann Gibbons, 06 February 1894. Ancestry Image #88 of 257.
  5. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, District No. 167, East Ridey, Middlesex, Subdistrict 2, London, Ontario.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario; 1884, p. 237.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario; 1886, p. 186.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, London, Ontario; 1887, p. 208.
  9. [S917] Canada City Directories, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #123 for London City and Middlesex County Directory. Accessed March 10, 2015 for Mathew Minogue.
  10. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, District #90.
  11. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Digital Image #43 for District #90 of Middlesex East, Subdistrict #1 London East, Division #1, Page 82, Family #446, Line 1. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1891. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2009, Microfilm #T-6352.
  12. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  13. [S152] Marriage for Minogue & Gibbons.
  14. [S165] Kathleen Monogue, Birth Registration # 1895-05-018226.
  15. [S391] Ontario Vital Statistics: Madeline Ann Monogue. Schedule A. Middlesex County, London, Ontario, 1896, No. 021583., Archives of Ontario.
  16. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Hamilton City, District 69, Ward 7, p.8.
  17. [S151] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  18. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  19. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1913.
  20. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1914.
  21. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1915.
  22. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1916.
  23. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1919.
  24. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1920.
  25. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1921.
  26. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1922.
  27. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1923.
  28. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1924.
  29. [S372] Ann Carter Monogue, Death Registration for Ann Monogue.
  30. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928.
  31. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1929-1932.
  32. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1933 - 1935.
  33. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938, 1943-1944, and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Death Registration for Thomas Henry Minogue, born 23 March 1869 and died 02 February 1843. Ancestry Image #953 of 2980.

Hugh Mohan1

Last EditedJul 13, 2000

Family

Lieilia Gibbons
Marriage Principal=Lieilia Gibbons1 
Child
Marriage Principal=Lieilia Gibbons1 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

John Mohan1

(July 1850 - )
Last EditedJul 13, 2000
FatherHugh Mohan1
MotherLieilia Gibbons1
BirthJuly 1850 York County, Ontario, Canada; This birthdate is based on the age of 4 weeks given in the church baptismal record.1 
Baptism18 August 1850 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Anthony Gibbons and Mary Deaty.1 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Laura Monaghan1

(1904 - 1979)
Last EditedJul 24, 2000

Family

James Joseph Hanlon b. 1901, d. 1972
Marriage Principal=James Joseph Hanlon1 
Birth1904 1 
Married Name Hanlon1 
Marriage Principal=James Joseph Hanlon1 
Death1979 1 
Burial1979 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S385] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Section D, Row F, Plot 3.

Agnes May Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(15 January 1900 - 30 March 1976)
Last EditedMay 19, 2015
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957
Birth15 January 1900 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada1 
(Witness) Census11 April 1901 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue2 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue3 
Residence1919 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes, tlrs (tailoress).4 
Residence1920 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes, tlrs (tailoress).5 
Residence1921 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes, tlrs (tailoress).6 
Residence1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes, tailoress7 
Residence1923 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes, tailoress8 
Residence1924 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes M., tailoress for T.H. Monogue9 
Residencebetween 1925 and 1928 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes M., tailoress for T.H. Monogue10 
Residencebetween 1928 and 1932 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes M., wks Firth Bros.11 
Residencebetween 1933 and 1935 122 Balmoral Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Agnes M. operator12 
Occupation Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Agnes worked as a machine operator in the clothing industry. After she retired, she was exhausted from tailoring heavy uniform garments, and spent the rest of life fairly sedentary watching television. 
Address1976 88 Gage Ave. South, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada13 
Death30 March 1976 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada13 
BurialMarch 1976 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Section 20, Row 10, Lot 25. Grave paid for by Mrs. Dorothy Peters.13 

Citations

  1. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  2. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Hamilton City, District 69, Ward 7, p.8.
  3. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  4. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1919.
  5. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1920.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1921.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1922.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1923.
  9. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1924.
  10. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928.
  11. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1928 -1932.
  12. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1933 - 1935.
  13. [S159] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Holy Sepluchre Cemetery, unknown repository address.

Dorothy Cecelia Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(21 February 1908 - 5 May 1992)
Last EditedMar 11, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957

Family

Thomas Allen Peters
Marriage29 March 1943 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Family history says that Dorothy married Tom Peters. She met him while he was in the Army Medical Corps. He had been in trouble and she didn't know it. They had Marlene and then he was arrested. He returned and they had Gary and he was arrested again. He went to jail and the family never saw him again. Dorothy moved in with her mother at Gage Ave.; Principal=Thomas Allen Peters9 
Children
Birth21 February 1908 80 Smith Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Birth Registration states: "Dorothy Cecelia Monogue, born on 21 February 1908 to Thomas Monogue and Mary Gibbons at 80 Smith Ave. Hamilton, Dr Thos. Wickett. Information provided by Thos. Monogue of 80 Smith Ave. on 20 March 1908."1 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue2 
Residence1925 112 Alpine Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Dorothy, student3 
Residence1928 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Dorothy, admnstr. T. Eaton Co.4 
(Witness) Marriage21 January 1928 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration states: Registration #025713. Walter Earl Young and Elizabeth Monogue were married on 21 January 1928 by James A. Kirby in Hamilton, Ontario. Witnesses were Edward Powell and Dorothy Monogue, both of Hamilton. Bridegroom's parents were William Lee Young (born Hamilton) and Grace Elizabeth Barrett. Bride's parents were Thomas Henry Monogue (born London, Ontario) and Mary Gibbons. Walter Earl is a truckdriver, 21, living in Hamilton, born Canada, religion is not readable .... C of C. Elizabeth Margaret Monogue is a telephone operator and is 22, and Catholic, living in Hamilton, born Canada.; Principal=Walter Earl Young, Principal=Elizabeth Margaret Monogue5 
Residence1929 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Dorothy, stenographer6 
Residencebetween 1930 and 1932 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Dorothy C., biller, Right House (in 1932 listed as a stenographer at the Right House)7 
Residencebetween 1933 and 1935 122 Balmoral North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Dorothy C. bookkeeper, Right House8 
Anecdote1942 According to Patrick Monogue, Dorothy had a boyfriend whose name he thinks was Reginald Dredge. He got Pat a job at the National Steel Car in 1942 when Pat was 15.; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue 
Married Name29 March 1943 Dorothy Peters 
Marriage29 March 1943 St. Ann's Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Family history says that Dorothy married Tom Peters. She met him while he was in the Army Medical Corps. He had been in trouble and she didn't know it. They had Marlene and then he was arrested. He returned and they had Gary and he was arrested again. He went to jail and the family never saw him again. Dorothy moved in with her mother at Gage Ave.; Principal=Thomas Allen Peters9 
Occupation Wright House Department Store, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Occupation Adler's Furniture Store, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Occupation Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; According to her daughter, Marlene, Dorothy worked in a clerical job for the Federal government. When she filled out the application, she fudged her age to take wo years off to make her eligible for hiring. When she was about 75, they caught on and instead of being upset with her, her boss made sure she got all the benefits back for 10 years. 
(Witness) Death4 August 1962 Winona, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Aunt Agnes had bought Gary a car. He and a friend were going to go to Niagra Falls, so they had gotten the tires filled and rotated that day. On the way home from Niagara Falls, a truck driver said he couldn't avoid hitting them because one of the car"s wheels fell off and they shot across the median strip of the QEW into oncoming traffic. Both boys were killed.; Principal=Gary Joseph Peters10,11 
Death5 May 1992 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada12 
Burial8 May 1992 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Dorothy is buried in Section 21, Row 5, Lot 23.13,12
Photographed June, 2015 by Patricia Balkcom

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 29.
    Birth Registration for Dorothy Cecelia Monogue, born 21 February 1908, Wentworth County, Ontario. Ancestry Image #174 of 526.
  2. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  3. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925.
  4. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1928.
  5. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 879 Marriage of Walter Earl Young and Elizabeth Margaret Monogue, 21 January 1928, Hamilton, Ontario,. Canada. Ancestry Image #2670 of 3014.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1929.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1930 -2.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1933 - 1935.
  9. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  10. [S160] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  11. [S1116] Gary Joseph Peters Gravestone, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  12. [S1117] Dorothy Monogue Peters Gravestone, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  13. [S200] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.

Elizabeth Margaret Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(16 April 1903 - 11 May 1991)
Last EditedMar 9, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957

Family

Walter Earl Young b. 16 Sep 1908, d. 1988
Marriage21 January 1928 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration states: Registration #025713. Walter Earl Young and Elizabeth Monogue were married on 21 January 1928 by James A. Kirby in Hamilton, Ontario. Witnesses were Edward Powell and Dorothy Monogue, both of Hamilton. Bridegroom's parents were William Lee Young (born Hamilton) and Grace Elizabeth Barrett. Bride's parents were Thomas Henry Monogue (born London, Ontario) and Mary Gibbons. Walter Earl is a truckdriver, 21, living in Hamilton, born Canada, religion is not readable .... C of C. Elizabeth Margaret Monogue is a telephone operator and is 22, and Catholic, living in Hamilton, born Canada.; Principal=Walter Earl Young, Witness=Dorothy Cecelia Monogue8 
Birth16 April 1903 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada1 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue2 
Residence1920 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Elizabeth, saleslady3 
Residence1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Elizabeth, tailoress4 
Residence1923 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Elizabeth, tailoress5 
Residence1924 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Elizabeth M., tailoress for T.H. Monogue6 
Residencebetween 1925 and 1928 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Elizabeth, tailoress7 
Address22 January 1927 559 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; When first married, Lizzie and Walt lived upstairs from Catherine and Tom. When Shirley was born, they moved to the farm on the mountain. 
Married Name21 January 1928 "Lizzie" Young8 
Marriage21 January 1928 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration states: Registration #025713. Walter Earl Young and Elizabeth Monogue were married on 21 January 1928 by James A. Kirby in Hamilton, Ontario. Witnesses were Edward Powell and Dorothy Monogue, both of Hamilton. Bridegroom's parents were William Lee Young (born Hamilton) and Grace Elizabeth Barrett. Bride's parents were Thomas Henry Monogue (born London, Ontario) and Mary Gibbons. Walter Earl is a truckdriver, 21, living in Hamilton, born Canada, religion is not readable .... C of C. Elizabeth Margaret Monogue is a telephone operator and is 22, and Catholic, living in Hamilton, born Canada.; Principal=Walter Earl Young, Witness=Dorothy Cecelia Monogue8 
(Witness) Death1988 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Walter Earl Young9 
Death11 May 1991 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada10 
Obituary13 May 1991 Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Young, Elizabeth (Monogue) - Suddenly at Henderson General Hospital on Saturday, May 11, 1991, Elizabeth Young in her 89th year. Dear mother of Shirley and her husband, Arnold Armes and Jim and his wife, Gert. Loving grandmother of Jim, Carol, Kathy, Grant and Amanda and great-grandmother of Kyla. Also survived by her sister, Dorothy Peters. Friends may call at the Cresmount Funeral Home, 322 Fennell Ave. East from 2 - 4pm and 7 - 9pm Sunday and Monday. Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday at Corpus Christi Church at 10am. Interment Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Interment Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice."11 
Burial14 May 1991 Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Stoney Creek, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada11,9

Citations

  1. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  2. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  3. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1920.
  4. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1922.
  5. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1923.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1924.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928.
  8. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 879 Marriage of Walter Earl Young and Elizabeth Margaret Monogue, 21 January 1928, Hamilton, Ontario,. Canada. Ancestry Image #2670 of 3014.
  9. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Image of gravestone for Elizabeth M. & Walter E. Young, Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Stoney Creek, Ontario. Added by "Nickole", September 25, 2016, Find A Grave Memorial #170572978.
  10. [S310] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient.
  11. [S1108] Spectator, May 13, 1991, B7.

John Patrick Monogue1

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(12 January 1950 - 16 January 1950)
Last EditedMar 9, 2017
RelationshipBrother of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherPatrick Thomas Monogue1 b. 2 Jan 1927, d. 1 May 2013
MotherLoretta Patricia Marshall b. 10 Jul 1925, d. 25 Oct 2001
Birth12 January 1950 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada1 
Death16 January 1950 Mt. Hamilton Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; John died as a result of brain damage following a long and difficult labor.; Witness=Patrick Thomas Monogue, Witness=Loretta Patricia Marshall1 
Obituary17 January 1950 Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Monogue - At Mt. Hamilton Hospital on Monday, January 16, 1950, John Patrick Monogue, beloved son of Patrick Monogue and Loretta Marshall Monogue, 239 East 22nd Street, aged four days. Funeral will be held privately Wednesday afternoon from the P.X. Dermody Funeral Home, 7 East Avenue South to Holy sepulchre Cemetery for interment."2 
Burial18 January 1950 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Grave is unmarked - Section 2 West, Row 4, Lot 56.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S1105] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  2. [S1104] Spectator, January 17. 1950, 18.

Kathleen M. Monogue1

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(19 January 1895 - 23 April 1958)
Last EditedMar 9, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957

Family

John McNamara b. 1892, d. 1974
Marriage23 October 1917 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Principal=John McNamara11 
Children
Birth19 January 1895 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada2 
Address19 January 1895 910 Lorne Ave., London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada2 
Baptism17 February 1895 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; She was baptized Catherine Mary. The godparents were John P. Gibbons and Lizzie Monogue and the priest was Father McConnell.3 
Name Variation17 February 1895 Catherine Mary; This is the name in the baptismal record.4 
(Witness) Census11 April 1901 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue5 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue6 
Residence1913 326 James Street North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Kathleen, clerk R. McKay & Co., E. Mountain top. She and her sister, Madeline, are both working there.
Listed with her was her father, Thomas, & sister, Madeline.7 
Residence1914 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Kathleen, clk, R. McKay
Listed with her father, and brother, Tom and sister, Madeline.8 
Residence1915 598 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Kathleen, saleslady R. McKay & Co., Concession
Listed with his father, and brother, Thomas Jr.9 
Residence1916 12 E. 21st Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Kathleen M. clk Finch Bro.1 
Residence1917 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Kathleen M., saleslady, Finch Co.10 
Married Name23 October 1917 McNamara 
Marriage23 October 1917 St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=John McNamara11 
Occupationbetween 1917 and 1958 Was a housewife.12 
Address1958 4 East 22nd Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada13 
Death23 April 1958 St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada13 
Obituary24 April 1958 Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Mrs. John McNamara, 63, of 4 East 22nd St., died at St. Joseph's Hospital yesterday. Born in London, Ont., she was the former Kathleen Monogue. She had been a resdient of Hamilton for 45 years. She was a member of Sacred Heart Church, the Catholic Women's League and the Altar Society. Surviving her are her husband, John; a son, Jack; two daughters, Mary and Sister Mary Monica of St. Joseph's Community, Hamilton; one brother, Thomas Monogue of Hamilton and four sisters, Miss Agnes Monogue and Miss Madeline Monogue of Hamilton; Mrs. Walter E. Young of Ryckman's Corners and Mrs. Dorothy Peters of Hamilton. The body is at the PX Dermody Funeral Home for service Saturday at 9:30am to Sacred Heart Church for Requiem Mass at 10am. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery."13 
BurialApril 1958 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Buried beside John McNamara and next to her parents.12

Citations

  1. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1916.
  2. [S165] Kathleen Monogue, Birth Registration # 1895-05-018226.
  3. [S492] Unknown volume, unknown short title: Kathleen Monogue (baptized Catherine Mary). St. Peter's Catholic Church Records, London, Ontario, 17 Feb 1895. LDS Microfilm #1310841., unknown repository.
  4. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States.
  5. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Hamilton City, District 69, Ward 7, p.8.
  6. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1913.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1914.
  9. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1915.
  10. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1917.
  11. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  12. [S158] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  13. [S1107] Spectator, April 24, 1958, 8.

Madeline Ann Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(15 June 1896 - 11 July 1983)
Last EditedMar 9, 2017
RelationshipGrandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957
Birth15 June 1896 469 Grey Street, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Birth Registration states: Born in London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Reg. #383 (new #021583) Madeline Ann was born on June 15, 1896, female, daughter of Thomas Monogue, tailor, and Mary Gibbons. Information given by Mary Monogue of 469 Grey Street on July 14th, 1896. Dr. MacArthur."1,2 
Baptism8 July 1896 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Anthony and Kate Sage and the priest was Father Fogarty.3 
(Witness) Census11 April 1901 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue4 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue5 
Residence1913 326 James Street North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madelyn, clerk R. McKay & Co., E. Mountain top. She and her sister, Kathleen, are both working there.
Listed with her was her father, Thomas, & sister, Kathleen.6 
Residence1914 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, saleslady.
Listed with her father, and brother, Tom and sister, Kathleen.7 
Residence1917 12 E. 21st Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, stenog. Oliver Chilled Plow Wks.8 
Residence1919 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline9 
Residence1920 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, tel. oper @ Int. Plow Co.10 
Residence1921 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, switch board oper. @ Int. Plow Works11 
Residence1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, phone oper. @ Hamilton Plow Works12 
Residence1923 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, phone oper. @ Hamilton Plow Works13 
Residence1924 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, oper., Int. Harvester14 
Residencebetween 1925 and 1932 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline, tel. oper., Int. Harvester15 
Residencebetween 1933 and 1935 122 Balmoral North, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Madeline A., tel. oper. International Harvester16 
Anecdote Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Pat Monogue, Madeline's nephew, says that when they were children, Madeline would come to Grovesnor Ave. and pick up Pat, Mary, and Betty and take them on the Beltline streetcar to an ice cream parlour by the Delta theatre (where King St. and Main St. crossed) and buy them an orange drink called a honeydew.
According to Pat, Madeline was very well liked at the Harvester and she "almost ran" it even though she was only a switchboard operator. Sadly, when she retired, she became seclusive and mostly stayed in her room.; Principal=Patrick Thomas Monogue 
Occupation International Harvester, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Occupation Laura Secord Candy Store, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Madeline worked at Laura Secord for ten years after she retired from International Harvester. 
Retirement After retiring, Madeline remained active for many years and went to visit her neice, Marlene, almost every day to go walking. Only when she became quite elderly did mild dementia set in and then she became somewhat reclusive. 
Address 88 Gage Ave. South, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Madeline never married, she lived with her mother and sisters on Gage Ave. 
Death11 July 1983 Downtown Convalescent Center, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada17 
Obituary12 July 1983 Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Monogue, Madeline - On Monday, July 11, 1983, at the Downtown Convalescent Center, Madeline Monogue, loved sister of Elizabeth (Mrs. Walter Young) and Mrs. Dorothy Peters. Miss Monogue was predeceased by her borther, Thomas, and her sisters, Kathleen McNamara and Agnes Monogue. Miss Monogue is also survived by several nieces and nephews and was a member of St. Patrick's CWL. Funeral Thursday 8:45am from the Dermody-Markey Funeral Home, 7 East South then to St. Patrick's Church for Mass of Christian Burial at 9 am. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary, Wednesday, 7:15 pm."17 
Burial14 July 1983 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Madeline is buried in Section 20, Row 10, Lot 24.18 

Citations

  1. [S109] Letter, Dorothy Peters (granddaughter of Mathew Minogue) to Patricia Balkcom, March 10, 1981.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 133.
    Birth Registration for Madeline Ann Monogue, 15 June 1896. Ancestry Image #40 of 443.
  3. [S491] Unknown volume, unknown short title: Madeline Ann Monogue. St. Peter's Catholic Church Records, London, Ontario, 08 July 1896. LDS Microfilm #1310841., unknown repository.
  4. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Hamilton City, District 69, Ward 7, p.8.
  5. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1913.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1914.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1917.
  9. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1919.
  10. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1920.
  11. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1921.
  12. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1922.
  13. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1923.
  14. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1924.
  15. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925 - 1932.
  16. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1933 - 1935.
  17. [S1106] Spectator, July 12, 1983, C1.
  18. [S197] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.

Patrick Thomas Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(2 January 1927 - 1 May 2013)
Last EditedMar 15, 2017
RelationshipFather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas John Mathew Monogue b. 8 Feb 1898, d. 31 Mar 1969
MotherCatherine Winnifred Cassin b. 18 Apr 1894, d. 3 Dec 1979

Family 1

Loretta Patricia Marshall b. 10 Jul 1925, d. 25 Oct 2001
Marriage23 October 1948 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The newspaper article states the following:
      "In St. Ann's Church, at 9:30 this morning, the wedding was solemnized of Loretta Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, and Mr. Patrick Thomas Monogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monogue. The Rev. Charles McColgan officiated. Given away by her father, the bride wore a white satin princess style gown, her fingertip-length veil caught to a white lace bonnet headdress. She carried white carnations and bouvardia. Only attendant for her sister, Miss Ann Marshall was gowned in raspberry tone moire taffeta, with headdress of white ostrich plumes, and she carried a nosegay of white carnations. Mr. Fred Bringleson was best man, and those ushering were Messrs. Samuel McMillan and Lorne Kemp. Floral decoration in the church consisted of asters      and chrysanthemums. Miss Mary McCann was organist and accompanied Miss Mary Moynighan, Toronto, who sang.
      A reception for 50 guests followed at Southgate. Receiving, the bride's mother was in a nut brown costume with hunter's green and gold accessories and Joanna Hill rose corsage. The groom's mother wore pencil blue with touches of black and Premier roses. Leaving for their wedding trip to Michigan, the bride wore a grey suit with black accessories, and her flowers were white carnations. The couple will reside at 237 East 22nd Street, Hamilton."          ; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall5,6
Child

Family 2

Wanda Ferguson b. 26 Nov 1931
Marriage4 January 2003 Orange, Texas, United States; Principal=Wanda Ferguson 
Birth2 January 1927 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada1 
Address2 January 1927 559 Concession, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism23 January 1927 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Patrick was baptised by Rev. James A. Kirby at St. Ann's Church. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monogue Sr. ( his grandparents).2 
Schoolcirca 1932 Sacred Heart Catholic School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Pat started school here while they were living at 48 East 22nd Street. 
Communion128 May 1933 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Paddy Monogue"
James E. Kirby, Pastor3 
Schoolcirca 1934 St. John's Catholic School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Pat went to St. John's for 1-2 years while they were living at 180 Grovesnor South. 
Anecdotecirca 1934 Kensington Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Pat used to go to his Grandma Monogue's house every Wednesday after school because she would bake bread and fry doughnuts on that day. They were living on Kensington Street and Pat's family lived on Grovesnor and he went to St. John's Elementary School at that time. Grandma also used to give him a card with $5 in it every St. Patrick's Day.
When Grandma's house on Gage Ave. was sold, Jimmy Young called Pat and said that when they cleaned out the attic many of the gifts she had received over the years were still there in their boxes unused (boxes of handkerchiefs, stockings, etc.) and all the cards still had the money in them that people had given her.; Principal=Mary Ann Gibbons 
Schoolcirca 1936 Holy Family Catholic School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Holy Family was the school Pat attended for about a year when they lived at 99 Trigina Street. 
Anecdotecirca 1936 When they lived on Grovesnor, there was a Mrs. Douglas who lived on the same street and she also had an apple orchard in Ancaster. She would let Pat and Betty go pick apples and they would come home and sell them door to door. 
Schoolcirca 1938 St. Ann's Catholic School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Pat went to St. Ann's until he was ready for high school. They were living at 31 Huron Street at the time. 
Address1940's 31 Huron Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Confirmation23 April 1939 St. Ann's Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Schoolcirca 1940 Cathedral School for Boys, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; While attending Cathedral, Pat got a draft notice because he had put down the wrong age so he could play football. 
Anecdote Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Pat Monogue, Madeline's nephew, says that when they were children, Madeline would come to Grovesnor Ave. and pick up Pat, Mary, and Betty and take them on the Beltline streetcar to an ice cream parlour by the Delta theatre (where King St. and Main St. crossed) and buy them an orange drink called a honeydew.
According to Pat, Madeline was very well liked at the Harvester and she "almost ran" it even though she was only a switchboard operator. Sadly, when she retired, she became seclusive and mostly stayed in her room.; Principal=Madeline Ann Monogue 
Anecdote1942 According to Patrick Monogue, Dorothy had a boyfriend whose name he thinks was Reginald Dredge. He got Pat a job at the National Steel Car in 1942 when Pat was 15.; Principal=Dorothy Cecelia Monogue 
Anecdotecirca 1943 Behind Aunt LIzzie and Uncle Arthur's house, there was a building that they closed in and it was made into St. Patrick's Boxing Club. Dad boxed there when he was 16, 17, and 18. Each week they would take them to Guelph and other places to box. Dad was a Bantam weight (118 lbs) and he was in 17 or 18 fights and only lost one. He fought with the brother of a boy (Paglia) who later became a big Mafia man and was recently shot(in the 1990's). Two boys who fought from the St. Ann's Club eventually went to the world championships and fought in Madison Square Gardens. 
Occupation1944 Liquid Air Company, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; In 1944, Pat got laid off at National Steel Car so he went to work at Liquid Air for a while. Later he went back to National because they paid better. When Uncle Arthur needed help in the store, he left National Car and went to work in the store until he got married in 1948. At that time, he went back to Liquid Air as an oxygen operator and sometimes on weekends and at night drove a taxicab.4 
Address23 October 1948 239 East 22nd Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall5
239 East 22nd St., Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Marriage23 October 1948 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The newspaper article states the following:
      "In St. Ann's Church, at 9:30 this morning, the wedding was solemnized of Loretta Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, and Mr. Patrick Thomas Monogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monogue. The Rev. Charles McColgan officiated. Given away by her father, the bride wore a white satin princess style gown, her fingertip-length veil caught to a white lace bonnet headdress. She carried white carnations and bouvardia. Only attendant for her sister, Miss Ann Marshall was gowned in raspberry tone moire taffeta, with headdress of white ostrich plumes, and she carried a nosegay of white carnations. Mr. Fred Bringleson was best man, and those ushering were Messrs. Samuel McMillan and Lorne Kemp. Floral decoration in the church consisted of asters      and chrysanthemums. Miss Mary McCann was organist and accompanied Miss Mary Moynighan, Toronto, who sang.
      A reception for 50 guests followed at Southgate. Receiving, the bride's mother was in a nut brown costume with hunter's green and gold accessories and Joanna Hill rose corsage. The groom's mother wore pencil blue with touches of black and Premier roses. Leaving for their wedding trip to Michigan, the bride wore a grey suit with black accessories, and her flowers were white carnations. The couple will reside at 237 East 22nd Street, Hamilton."          ; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall5,6
(Witness) Death16 January 1950 Mt. Hamilton Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; John died as a result of brain damage following a long and difficult labor.; Principal=John Patrick Monogue7 
Address12 February 1951 35 Mayflower Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall
35 Mayflower, Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Residence1953 129 Lottridge Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as Patrick Monogue, operator, living with his wife Loretta Monogue.8
129 Lottridge Street, Hamilton, Ontario
c.2010
Residence1956 Pat and Loretta bought a new house on the mountain, but it was delayed in being built so they had to live for a short time with his mom and dad on Huron Street. 
Occupation1963 Big Three Industries, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States 
Address1965-present 2017 Monterrey, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall 
(Witness) Death25 October 2001 2017 Monterrey, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States; She died of metastatic cancer of the esophagus.; Principal=Loretta Patricia Marshall 
Marriage4 January 2003 St. Mary's Church, Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States; Principal=Wanda Ferguson 
Death1 May 2013 Orange, Orange County, Texas, United States 

Citations

  1. [S162] Unknown volume, Birth Registration for Patrick Monogue., Office of Registrar General.
  2. [S925] Unknown volume, Baptismal Record for Patrick Monogue, January 23, 1927, Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
  3. [S523] Unknown compiler, "Communion Certificate", Ancestral File, "Paddy Monogue" in possession of Patrcia Monogue Balkcom.
  4. [S161] Unknown volume, Birth Registration for Patricia Anne Monogue., Office of Registrar General.
  5. [S167] Spectator, October 23, 1948.
  6. [S172] Certificate, Patrick Monogue and Loretta Marshall marriage of October 23, 1948.
  7. [S1105] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  8. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Canada, Voters Lists, 1935-1980 [database on-line]. Original data: Voters Lists, Federal Elections, 1935–1980. R1003-6-3-E (RG113-B). Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Thomas John Mathew Monogue

ChartsDescendants of Mathew Minogue
Descendants of James Winter
Descendants of Luke Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(8 February 1898 - 31 March 1969)
Last EditedMar 15, 2017
RelationshipGrandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas Henry Minogue b. 23 Mar 1869, d. 2 Feb 1943
MotherMary Ann Gibbons b. 4 Aug 1868, d. 3 May 1957

Family

Catherine Winnifred Cassin b. 18 Apr 1894, d. 3 Dec 1979
Marriage21 November 1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Age listed as 24 for Thomas and 26 for Catherine. Marriage performed by Rev. James A. Kirby, witnesses were Thomas Cassin and Agnes Monogue. This was the original Sacred Heart Church which was a wooden structure, that today stands behind the current church. Thomas and Catherine were the first couple to be married in the new church.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin13 
Children
  • Mary Anne Monogue
  • Patrick Thomas Monogue+ (2 Jan 1927 - 1 May 2013)
  • Helen Elizabeth Monogue
  • Catherine Monogue
  • Madelyn Ann Monogue
Thomas John Monogue 1903, c1925, 1954
Birth8 February 1898 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Parents listed as Thomas Henry Monogue and Mary Ann Gibbons.1 
Namesake I assume that Thomas John Mathew was named after his father Thomas Henry Minogue, his maternal grandfather, John Gibbons, and his paternal grandfather, Mathew Minogue. 
(Witness) Census11 April 1901 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue2 
(Witness) CensusJune 1911 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue3 
Residence1912 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; There are no listings for any Monogue family members in the Hamilton City Directory for this year.4 
Residence1914 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas, Jr. clerk.
Listed with his father, and sisters, Kathleen & Madeline.5 
Residence1915 598 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J. prsr T.H. Monogue (It appears that Thomas is working as a presser in his father's tailor shop) at 326 James Street North.6 
Residence1916 12 E. 21st Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J. prsr T.H. Monogue7 
Residence1917 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J. M., letter carrier8 
Notecirca 1919 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The Cassin family was living at 112 Alpine Ave. Also around this time, we know that the Monogue family was living at 12 Hamilton Ave. which is a few blocks away. Tom was supposedly a friend of Catheine's brother, Bill. This proximity might have led to Catherine and Tom meeting and marrying in 1922. After they married they stayed in the same area, living on Concession Street and later E. 22nd Street. Also, Tom served as pallbearer for Bridget Cassin in November, 1919.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin 
Residence1919 12 Hamilton Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas, postman; Principal=Thomas Henry Minogue9 
(Witness) Burial19 November 1919 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; The cemetery extract lists Bridget as 18 years of age, however would have really been 19 a few weeks earlier. It also states she was born in Quebec. Bridget died of meningitis (probably brain injury from sledding accident). Last address was 112 Alpine Ave., Hamilton. Her cemetery plot is in Section L, Lot 223. She is buried in the same plot as her mother.; Principal=Mary Bridget Cassin10 
Residence1920 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas, clerk, P.O.11 
Residence1922 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J., postman12 
Marriage21 November 1922 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Age listed as 24 for Thomas and 26 for Catherine. Marriage performed by Rev. James A. Kirby, witnesses were Thomas Cassin and Agnes Monogue. This was the original Sacred Heart Church which was a wooden structure, that today stands behind the current church. Thomas and Catherine were the first couple to be married in the new church.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin13 
Residence1923 96 Mountain Park Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas Jr., postman, h14 
Residence1924 24 E. 25th Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas Jr., postman, h15
24 East 25th Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Image from Google Maps, March, 2017
Note1924 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Catherine lost her father in February of 1924 and Tom lost his grandmother in April of the same year.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin 
Residencebetween 1925 and 1926 112 Alpine Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas Jr., postman, h16 
Note25 October 1925 St. Augustine of Canterbury, Montreal, Montreal County, Quebec, Canada; This is the signature in Ann Cassin's baptismal certificate - Thomas was the godfather.17
Residencebetween 1927 and 1930 559 Concession, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J., (Kathleen) postman, h

Information from Patrick Monogue - They lived in a white wooden duplex house. Mrs. Grundy lived upstairs and they lived downsatirs. Both Mary and Pat were born here. When they moved Lizzie and Walt moved in and Shirley was born here.18 
Residencebetween 1931 and 1934 48 E. 22nd Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J., (Kathleen) postman, h
19 
Residencebetween 1935 and 1938 180 Grovesnor Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Listed as: Monogue, Thomas J. (Kathleen), letter carrier; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin20
180 Grovesnor South, Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Residencecirca 1937 99 Tragina Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin
99 Tragina Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Addresscirca 1938 31 Huron Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; They lived here until at least the mid-1950's.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin21
31 Huron Street, Hamilton, Ontario
For Sale in 1955
31 Huron Street, Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Residencecirca 1938 194 Stirton Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; They found bedbugs here so they were here only about a month and then moved to Huron Street around the corner.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin
195 Stirton, Hamilton, Ontario
Photo taken June, 2015
Residencecirca 1958 John Street (across from St. Joseph's Hospital), Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Tom and Catherine lived in this apartment building, and also Betty and Johnny Alpaugh lived downstairs in another one. They were living here when Peter was born. Some of the Daly family also had an apartment here.; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin 
Residence1960's - 1970's 775 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Catherine Winnifred Cassin22 
Occupationbetween 1915 and 1963 A newspaper article and picture was published upon Thomas' retirement. The article stated:
"After toting mail to Hamiltonians for 47 years, Thomas Monogue, of 775 Concession Street, walked out of the main post office this week carrying his lighttest load ever.
But it was an important item - a scroll from Postmaster-general Ellen Fairclough.
And it marked an end to Mr. Monogue's role as the city's senior letter carrier.
This week he retired after walking more than 40,000 miles through Hamilton streets in those 47 years.
At a special ceremony Postmaster A. B. Morris commende Mr. Monogue's cheerful disposition and devotion to duty over each one of those miles.
Mr. Monogue delivered his first bag of mail in December, 1915.
Since then he's had a route inseveral parts of the city.
In the Kenilworth Avenue district, for instance, he delivered by horse and wagon over streets of cedar blocks. Once his horse almost collided with a train.
In the Caroline and Hess Street North area, Mr. Monogue numbered among his customers, the notorious Rocco Perri, whose mysterious disappearance has never been solved.
His next territory was the Mountain where for 11 years he daily walked 10 miles in an area bounded by Concession Stree, Fennel Avenue, Twenty-Third Street and Gage Avenue.
Mr. Monogue reached the Mountain by taking the spur line on the incline. For eight months, however, he had to climb the steps twice a day when transportation was not available.
For 19 years the old city hall and Market street were part of his route. He used to carry 1000 pieces of mail each day to city hall.
More recently, he has delivered mail each day to stores and businesses in the heart of downtown Hamilton.
22,23
Death31 March 1969 Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Cause of death was probably organic brain disorder.22,24 
Obituary1 April 1969 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; The obituary from the Hamilton Spectator:
In Hamilton on Monday, March 31, 1969 Thomas J. Monogue aged 71 years. Beloved husband of Catherine Cassin, 775 Concession St., dear father of Mrs. Leonard Liss (Mary), Mrs. Walter Durka (Catherine), Mrs. Paul Daly (Madeline) all of Hamilton, Patrick Monogue, Orange, Texas, and Mrs. John Alpaugh (Betty), Ancaster. Brother of Agnes and Madeline Monogue, Mrs. Dorothy Peters, Mrs. Walter Young, all of Hamilton, also surviving are 19 grandchildren. Mr. Monogue was a letter carrier in Hamilton for 48 years, retiring in 1963. Funeral on Wednesday morning at 9:30am from the P.X. Dermody Funeral Home, 7 East Ave. South to Sacred Heart Church for Requiem Mass at 10 am. Recitation of the Rosary Tuesday evening at 8:30 pm. 
Burial2 April 1969 Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Section 21, Row 27. Lot 41 and 42, Grave 41.25,22

Citations

  1. [S155] Thomas John Mathew Monogue, Birth Registration #1898-05-045247.
  2. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Hamilton City, District 69, Ward 7, p.8.
  3. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Wentworth County, Hamilton, Subdistrict 10, Barton Township, Ward 1, p.7.
  4. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1912.
  5. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1914.
  6. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1915.
  7. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1916.
  8. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1917.
  9. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1919.
  10. [S91] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  11. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1920.
  12. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1922.
  13. [S168] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  14. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1923.
  15. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1924.
  16. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1925, 1926.
  17. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Drouin collection for St. Augustine of Canterbury, Montreal, 1925.
  18. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1927-1930.
  19. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1931 - 1934.
  20. [S942] Hamilton Directory, 1935-1938.
  21. [S151] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  22. [S156] Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Burlington, Ontario, Canada to Patricia Balkcom, 2002.
  23. [S178] Retirement Article for Thomas J. Monogue., Feb 1963.
  24. [S177] Spectator, 31 Mar 1963.
  25. [S1118] Thomas John Monogue and Catherine Cassin Monogue Gravestone, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Anne Mooney1

(1869 - 1921)
Last EditedJan 11, 2003

Family

Edward J. Cronan b. 1871, d. 1954
Marriage Principal=Edward J. Cronan1 
Children
Birth1869 1 
Married Name Cronan1 
Marriage Principal=Edward J. Cronan1 
Death1921 1 
Burial1921 Holy Martyrs of Japan Catholic Cemetery, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S435] E-mail Message. From Liz Troyer (granddaughter of Margaret Hanley Osbaldeston) to Pat Balkcom, 09 January 2003.

Sarah Mooney1

Last EditedAug 22, 2000

Family

Charles O'Hagan
Marriage Principal=Charles O'Hagan1 
Child
Married Name O'Hagan1 
Marriage Principal=Charles O'Hagan1 

Citations

  1. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Marriage record of son, Patrick.

Judith Moran1

Last EditedJan 1, 2001

Family

William O'Callaghan
Marriage Principal=William O'Callaghan1 
Child
Married Name O'Callaghan1 
Marriage Principal=William O'Callaghan1 

Citations

  1. [S429] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record of daughter Sarah.
  2. [S429] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.

William Thomas Morrissey1

(circa October 1867 - )
Last EditedMar 27, 2017
FatherPhilip Morrissey1 b. s 1840
MotherAnne Walsh1 b. s 1840
Birthcirca October 1867 Placentia, Placentia & St. Mary's District, Newfoundland, Canada1 
Baptism13 October 1867 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Placentia, Placentia & St. Mary's District, Newfoundland, Canada; "William Thomas of Philip Morissey and Anna Walsh. Sponsors James Blanch and Anna Walsh."1 

Citations

  1. [S780] Family Search, online https://familysearch.org, "Newfoundland Church Records, 1793-1945," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-81SP-T4B : 22 May 2014), Placentia > Catholic Sacred Heart > image 15 of 75; Catholic Church and Church of England parishes, Newfoundland. Baptismal Record for William Thomas Morissey, 13 October 1867.

Elizabeth Mullen1,2

Last EditedAug 22, 2000

Family

Charles Rourke
Marriage Principal=Charles Rourke1 
Children
Married Name Rourke1 
Marriage Principal=Charles Rourke1 

Citations

  1. [S318] Marriage - Minogue / O'Rourke.
  2. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Marriage record of son, Edward.
  3. [S429] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Funeral record.
  4. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Marriage record.

Mary Murphy1

(circa 1815 - )
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Patrick O'Callaghan b. c 1810
Marriagecirca 1830 Principal=Patrick O'Callaghan1 
Child
Birthcirca 1815 1 
Married Namecirca 1830 O'Callaghan1 
Marriagecirca 1830 Principal=Patrick O'Callaghan1 

Citations

  1. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Marriage record of son, John.
  2. [S413] St. Peter's Records: entry for Annie Minouge & Edward O'Rourke, 27 June 1893, copy at Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Marriage record.

William Neilson1

(circa 1778 - )
Last EditedOct 1, 2012
FatherWilliam Neilson1 b. s 1740
MotherIsabel Brown1 b. s 1750
Birthcirca 1778 Balmaghie, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland1 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: From online records "Dictionary of Canadian Biography."

Elizabeth Neison1

Last EditedJan 29, 2017

Family

Louis Fisher
Marriage Principal=Louis Fisher1 
Child
Marriage Principal=Louis Fisher1 
Married Name Fisher1 

Citations

  1. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 584. Marriage of James Sage and Catherine Fisher, 27 September 1921. Ancestry Image #569 of 682.

Andrew Nolan1

(August 1851 - )
Last EditedJul 11, 2000
FatherPatrick Nolan1
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. c 1830
BirthAugust 1851 York County, Ontario, Canada; This birthdate is based on the age of 3 months stated in the baptismal record.1 
Baptism21 November 1851 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Miles Joyce and Mary Garvey.1 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Catherine Nolan1

(June 1854 - )
Last EditedJul 11, 2000
FatherPatrick Nolan1
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. c 1830
BirthJune 1854 York County, Ontario, Canada; This birthdate is based on the age of 6 weeks stated on the baptismal record.1 
Baptism16 July 1854 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godfather was Pat Gibbons.1 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Heather? Nolan1

(26 October 1863 - )
Last EditedJul 19, 2000
FatherPatrick Nolan1
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. c 1830
Birth26 October 1863 North Gwillimbury, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism8 November 1863 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godfather was John Gibbons.1 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Patrick Nolan1

Last EditedAug 20, 2000

Family

Mary Gibbons b. c 1830
Marriage5 September 1850 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; The witnesses were Bridget McNally and W. Martin.; Principal=Mary Gibbons1 
Children
Marriage5 September 1850 Roman Catholic Mission Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The witnesses were Bridget McNally and W. Martin.; Principal=Mary Gibbons1 

Citations

  1. [S348] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Wilfred F. Noonan1

(1912 - 1988)
Last EditedJul 21, 2000

Family

M. Isabel O'Callaghan b. 1914, d. 1992
Marriage Principal=M. Isabel O'Callaghan1 
Marriage Principal=M. Isabel O'Callaghan1 
Birth1912 1 
Death1988 1 
Burial1988 St. John the Evangelist Catholic Cemetery, Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S398] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Row 13, Plot 1.

Agnes O'Brien1

ChartsDescendants of Luke Gibbons
(2 December 1860 - 30 August 1887)
Last EditedNov 14, 2001
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAndrew O'Brien1 b. c 1820, d. 20 Apr 1878
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. 6 Jan 1830, d. 4 Aug 1915
Birth2 December 1860 York County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism26 January 1861 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada1 
Death30 August 1887 Ontario, Canada; Witness=Mary Gibbons2 
BurialSeptember 1887 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Cemetery, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada2 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.
  2. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, Page 35.

Andrew O'Brien1

(circa 1820 - 20 April 1878)
Last EditedMar 1, 2017

Family

Mary Gibbons b. 6 Jan 1830, d. 4 Aug 1915
Marriage5 January 1851 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada; The witnesses were Thomas Kelley and Ellen Dealy.; Principal=Mary Gibbons1,3 
Children
Birthcirca 1820 2 
Marriage5 January 1851 Roman Catholic Mission Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The witnesses were Thomas Kelley and Ellen Dealy.; Principal=Mary Gibbons1,3 
(Witness) Deathsay 1860 I suspect that this child died young as another daughter was named Mary Jane in 1864.; Principal=Mary Jane O'Brien 
Death20 April 1878 Ontario, Canada; Andrew is buried in Plot C5.10 with his wife and 5 of his children. His stone states:
Andrew O'Brien
died Apr. 20, 1878
aged 58 years; Witness=Mary Gibbons2 
BurialApril 1878 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Cemetery, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada2

Citations

  1. [S348] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, page 35.
  3. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928, 1933-1934 [database on-line]. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Roman Catholic Marriage Registers, 1828-1870; Series: MS248; Reel: 23, Year - 1851. Listing of marriage of Andrew O'Briene (sic) and Mary Gibbons, 5 January 1851.
  4. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, Page 35.
  5. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.

Bridget O'Brien1

ChartsDescendants of Luke Gibbons
(21 February 1859 - 6 February 1888)
Last EditedNov 14, 2001
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAndrew O'Brien1 b. c 1820, d. 20 Apr 1878
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. 6 Jan 1830, d. 4 Aug 1915
Birth21 February 1859 York County, Ontario, Canada; According to her gravestone, Bridget was 29 years old. This birthdate would have made her 2 weeks shy of 29, so either this is in accurate or the gravestone age is.1 
Baptism8 May 1859 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Edward Kearny and Mary Ann Rafferty.1 
Death6 February 1888 Ontario, Canada; Witness=Mary Gibbons2 
BurialFebruary 1888 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Cemetery, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; Bridget is buried with her parents and some of her siblings in Plot C5.10. Her stone states:
Bridget O'Brien
died Feb. 6, 1888
aged 29 years.2 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.
  2. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, page 35.

Catherine O'Brien1

ChartsDescendants of Luke Gibbons
(circa 1873 - 19 March 1959)
Last EditedMar 11, 2010
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAndrew O'Brien1 b. c 1820, d. 20 Apr 1878
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. 6 Jan 1830, d. 4 Aug 1915
Birthcirca 1873 Ontario, Canada; This birthdate is based on the age of 86 on her gravestone.1 
Death19 March 1959 Ontario, Canada1 
BurialMarch 1959 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Cemetery, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; Catherine is buried in Plot C5.10 with her parents and some of her siblings. Her stone states:
Catherine O'Brien
died March 19, 1959
aged 86 years.1

Citations

  1. [S456] Ontario Genealogical Society, St. John Chrysostom Cemetery, page 35.

Honora O'Brien1

ChartsDescendants of Luke Gibbons
(23 March 1855 - )
Last EditedMar 1, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherAndrew O'Brien1 b. c 1820, d. 20 Apr 1878
MotherMary Gibbons1 b. 6 Jan 1830, d. 4 Aug 1915

Family

Thomas J. Corrigan b. c 1851
Marriage18 April 1894 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration #119 (new #013327) states:
Thomas J. Corrigan, 43, residing in Hamilton, born St. Catherines, widow, bricklayer, son of Patrick Corrigan and Elizabeth M. Quade married Anne O'Brien, 38, residing in Hamilton, born Canada, spinster, daughter of Andrew O'Brien and Mary Gibbons. Married in Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario on 18 April 1894 by license by F. O'Reilly. Both were Catholic and the witnesses were Victor Carney and Minnie O'Donnell of Hamilton.; Principal=Thomas J. Corrigan2 
Name Variation Anne O'Brien2 
Birth23 March 1855 York County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism22 April 1855 St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church, Newmarket, York County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Bernard Quinn and Ann Daly.1 
Married Name18 April 1894 Corrigan2 
Marriage18 April 1894 Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration #119 (new #013327) states:
Thomas J. Corrigan, 43, residing in Hamilton, born St. Catherines, widow, bricklayer, son of Patrick Corrigan and Elizabeth M. Quade married Anne O'Brien, 38, residing in Hamilton, born Canada, spinster, daughter of Andrew O'Brien and Mary Gibbons. Married in Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario on 18 April 1894 by license by F. O'Reilly. Both were Catholic and the witnesses were Victor Carney and Minnie O'Donnell of Hamilton.; Principal=Thomas J. Corrigan2 

Citations

  1. [S392] St. John Chrysotom Parish Records, 1849-1910, Newmarket, King township, Ontario, Canada. LDS Microfilm # 1305825.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Original data: Ontario, Canada, Select Marriages. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 84, Year 1894. Listing of marriage of Thomas J. Corrigan and Anne O'Brien, Registration #119.