James O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(circa 1914 - )
Last EditedJun 22, 2017
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherDaniel James O'Callaghan1 b. 13 May 1889, d. 29 Nov 1925
MotherAlma Khristine Machleil1 b. 19 Apr 1888, d. 26 Nov 1977
Birthcirca 1914 Michigan, United States1 

Citations

  1. [S505] 1920 U.S. Census, online www.ancestry.com, ensus Place: Detroit Ward 14, Wayne, Michigan; Roll: T625_813; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 440; Image: 963. Listing for Daniel J. O'Callaghan and family, line 29.

James P. O'Callaghan1,2,3

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(2 January 1850 - 21 May 1921)
Last EditedMar 6, 2017
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn O'Callaghan2 b. 24 Jun 1814, d. 2 Oct 1902
MotherBridget Syron2 b. bt 1814 - 1815, d. 17 Sep 1885

Family

Katherine Mary Carroll b. 2 May 1860, d. 23 Aug 1936
Marriage11 November 1884 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; The Ingersoll Chronicle newspaper, reported the following on Thursday, Nov. 13, 1884: "James O'Callaghan, of O'Callaghan Brothers, butchers, was married on Tuesday to Miss Kate Carroll. Jim saw how happy his brother was and so went right off and did likewise. So should all young men. The 'woods is full of nice girls'. Mr. and Mrs. O'Callaghan took in Detroit and Chicago on their wedding tour. We wish them every happiness." He must have been refering to his brother, George, who got married that September. In the same newspaper on the same day: "O'Callaghan-Carroll. At Ingersoll on the 11th instant, at the church of the Sacred Heart by the Rev. Father Molphy, James O'Callaghan of J. A. G. O'Callaghan, fifth son of John O'Callaghan to Kate M., only daughter of the late Nicholas Carroll."
The Ontario Marriage Registration states: "James O'Callaghan, 29, born and residing in Ingersoll, bachelor, butcher, son of John and Bridget O'Callaghan married Kate Carroll, 24, spinster, born and residing in Ingersoll, daughter of Nicholas and C. Carroll. Witnesses: Daniel Carroll and M. Burns of Ingersoll. Married on 11 November 1884 in the R.C. Church in Ingersoll, both parties are Catholic and they were married by Rev. Molphy by Banns."; Principal=Katherine Mary Carroll2,9,10 
Children
Birth2 January 1850 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; An article written in 1887 stated that James was born in St. Kitts (this is a short name for St. Catharines.) This birthdate is not supported by the age of 29 given at the time of his marriage, nor the age of 27 given during the 1881 census.2,4 
(Witness) Census11 January 1852 Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Calligan" (sic), farmer, born Ireland, Ch. of Rome, 37 next birthday, living in a 1-story log house. Listed with him (all with Calligan surname and all members of Ch. Rome and ages are for the next birthday):
Bridget, born Ireland, 37, female.
Ellen, born Ireland, 15, female.
John, born Ireland, 13, male.
Michael, born Ireland, 11, male.
Elizabeth, born Canada, 9, female.
Peter, born Canada, 7, male.
Francis, born Canada, 4, male.
James, born Canada, 2, male.; Principal=John O'Callaghan5 
Baptism Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada2 
(Witness) Census14 January 1861 North Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, 47 next birthday, male, married, living in a frame house. The Agricultural Census for the western portion of North Norwich states that John lived in the 4th Concession (Range), on the North portion of Lot #26. He owned 100 acres and had 80 under cultivation, with 44 under crops in 1860, 34 under pasture, 2 under orchard or garden and 20 under wood or wild. The cash value of the farm was $5000. Crops:
Fall Wheat: 10 acres, 30 bushels. Spring Wheat: 10 acres, 150 bushels. Peas: 8 acres, 150 bushels. Oats: 12 acres, 600 bushels. Buckwheat: 1 acre, 18 bushels. Indian Corn: 2 acres, 30 bushels. Potatoes: 1 acre, 50 bushels. Turnips: 50 bushels; carrots, 50 bushels; 7 tons of hay.
All those listed living with him have the Callaghan surname, and are Catholic, and ages given are for next birthday. Two of the boys and one of the girls had attended school but it is not specified which children.
Bridget, born Ireland, 47, married.
Ellen, born Ireland, 25, single.
John, laborer, born Ireland, 23, single.
Elizabeth, born Canada East, 19, single.
Peter, born Canada West, 17, single.
Francis, born Canada West, 15, single.
James, born Canada West, 11.
Maria, born Canada West, 8.
George, born Canada West, 6.
Bridget, born Canada West, 4.; Principal=John O'Callaghan6 
(Witness) Census2 April 1871 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", head of Dwelling #118, male, 26, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, merchant, married. Living with him:
Bridget, 56, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, married, over 20 and unable to read or write.
Frank, 20, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
James, 18, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
Mariah, 17, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
George, 14, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.
Bridgett (sic), 12, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.; Principal=John O'Callaghan7 
(Witness) Census4 April 1881 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John O'Callaghan", head of Family #144, married, age 66, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, grocer. Living with him:
Bridget, 66, born Ireland, Catholic, married.
Frank, 30, born Ontario, Catholic.
James, 27, born Ontario, Catholic, butcher.
George, 24, born Ontario, Catholic.
Linda, 23, born Ontario, Catholic.
"Maria Dwyer" age 25, born Ontario, Catholic, married, Irish.
"William Dwyer", age 30, married, born Ontario, Catholic, marble cutting.
"John Dwyer", age 9, in school, born Ontario, Canadian.
"Minnie Dwyer", age 7, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"George Dwyer", age 5, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"Bessie Dwyer", age 3, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.
"Margaret Dwyer", age 1, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.; Principal=John O'Callaghan8 
Residence1884 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada2 
Marriage11 November 1884 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; The Ingersoll Chronicle newspaper, reported the following on Thursday, Nov. 13, 1884: "James O'Callaghan, of O'Callaghan Brothers, butchers, was married on Tuesday to Miss Kate Carroll. Jim saw how happy his brother was and so went right off and did likewise. So should all young men. The 'woods is full of nice girls'. Mr. and Mrs. O'Callaghan took in Detroit and Chicago on their wedding tour. We wish them every happiness." He must have been refering to his brother, George, who got married that September. In the same newspaper on the same day: "O'Callaghan-Carroll. At Ingersoll on the 11th instant, at the church of the Sacred Heart by the Rev. Father Molphy, James O'Callaghan of J. A. G. O'Callaghan, fifth son of John O'Callaghan to Kate M., only daughter of the late Nicholas Carroll."
The Ontario Marriage Registration states: "James O'Callaghan, 29, born and residing in Ingersoll, bachelor, butcher, son of John and Bridget O'Callaghan married Kate Carroll, 24, spinster, born and residing in Ingersoll, daughter of Nicholas and C. Carroll. Witnesses: Daniel Carroll and M. Burns of Ingersoll. Married on 11 November 1884 in the R.C. Church in Ingersoll, both parties are Catholic and they were married by Rev. Molphy by Banns."; Principal=Katherine Mary Carroll2,9,10 
Occupation1887 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; From the book, Industries of Canadan: Historical and Commercial Sketches: "J. & G. O’Callaghan, Butchers, Grocers and
Provision Merchants
Among the leading business houses of Ingersoll,
whose energy and enterprises have given them a
conspicuous position in the trade is that of
Messrs. J. & G. O’Callaghan, who carry on a
comprehensive business as grocers, butchers and
dealers in provisions. The industry dates its inception
to the year 1883 when a butchery business
alone was started by the Messrs. O’Callaghan
on Thames Street West, comprising a
store 20x70 feet in dimension. However, the
rapid increase in their trade necessitated the
establishment of a branch office, and a store was
accordingly opened up in the Market building, in
connection with the head office. To provide for
the requirements of their numerous patrons,
they kill an average of 12 hooves weekly, in addition
to some 30 head of small stock, while employment
is given to some 8 to 10 hands.
Messrs. O’Callaghan during the last season
shipped 500 head of cattle to the Old Country,
meeting in this lies a gratifying income. Meanwhile,
in 1885, these gentlemen added to their
meat business a grocery store, 15x70 feet in dimensions,
where they carry at all times a full
line of staple and fancy groceries, general provisions,
canned goods and grocer’s sundries, making
a specialty of pure teas of superior flavour
and quality. The finest tobaccos are kept in
stock, while they handle popular and favourite
brands of cigars. The have telephone connection,
and all orders by that means or by mail receive
prompt attention. The gentlemen at the head of
this enterprise are both natives of Canada, Mr.
J. O’Callaghan having been born in St. Kitts,
and Mr. George O’Callaghan in Norwich. Integrity
and promptness in all transactions characterize
this firm, and the success which has already
attended their enterprise is but a deserved
tribute to the character of the gentlemen at the
head of this house."; Principal=George O'Callaghan11 
Occupationbetween 1894 and 1895 O'Callaghan Brothers Meat Market located on the west side of Thames St., 5 north of Charles, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; a butcher with his brothers, George and Frank12 
Residencebetween 1894 and 1895 37 Bell Street, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada12 
Residence1902 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; according to his father's obituary.13 
(Witness) Death6 March 1907 Bell Street, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The church burial record states that John O'Callaghan was 21 when he died. The Ontario vital statistic information states that John C. O'Callaghan died at the age of 21 years, 6 months from an epileptic seizure in Ingersoll. It stated he was an invalid and had had epilepsy for 15 years. The Ingersoll Chronicle newspaper in their Thursday, March 7, 1907 issue stated: "In Ingersoll, Wednesday, March 6th, 1907, John Carroll O'Callaghan, son of James O'Callaghan, age 21 years, 6 months. The funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, Bell Street, on Friday at 8:45 am and proceed to the Church of the Sacred Heart and proceed to the Roman Catholic cemetery."; Principal=John Carroll O'Callaghan14,15,16 
Death21 May 1921 4754 Trumbull Street, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States; Death Certificate states:
Registered #4932 (new #5824396): Detroit, Wayne, Michigan. James P. O'Callaghan died at 4754 Trumbull Street where he had lived for 9 years, male, white, married, wife Catherine Carroll, born 02 January 1860 in Buffalo, NY (believe this shoud be 1850 in Ontario, Canada), age 61 years (should be 71?), 4 months, 19 days. Trade: Stock keeper of Burroughs Add. Mchs. Father was John O'Callaghan, born Mayo, Ireland, name of mother unknown, born Ireland. Informant was Daniel O'Callaghan (son) of same address). Died on 21 May 1921 of Lobar Pneumonia secondary to getting struck by a streetcar on May 9, 1921. It appears that there was an autopsy and the certificate is signed by the Coroner. Buied in Mt. Elliott on 24 May 1921.17 
Burial24 May 1921 Mount Elliott, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States17 

Citations

  1. The church records appear to say James E.
  2. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Marriage record.
  3. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.
  4. [S431] Web site: Oxford County Library website at www.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle. Original article "Industries of Canada: Historical and Commercial Sketches (Oxford County Environs)", published by M.G. Bixby and Co., Toronto, 1887, Page 100-101.
  5. [S345] 1851 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Norwich, Oxford County, Canada West (Ontario); Schedule: A; Roll: C_11745; Page: 59; Line: 24. Listing for John Calligan (sic) or Callegan. Ancestry Image #59 of 218, accessed 10 June, 2011.
  6. [S346] 1861 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Original Data: Library and Archives Canada; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Census Returns For 1861; Roll: C-1060-1061, Agricultural C-1061-1062, original page #3. Census Place: Canada West (Ontario), Oxford County, Enumeration District #2, North Norwich, original page #19 (in pencil). Listing for John Callaghan and family, lines34 - 44. Ancestry Image #273 and #1170 of 1245.
  7. [S370] 1871 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario; Roll: C-9911; Page: 35; Family No: 118. Listing for John Callaghan and family, Ancestry Image #72 of 105.
  8. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario (District #165, Division #2; Roll: C_13267; Page: 31-2; Family No: 144. Listing for John O'Callaghan and family. Ancestry Image #58 & 59 of 88.
  9. [S1085] Chronicle, 13 November 1884, 1, Column 6, Article posed on line at the Oxford County Library at http://genealogy.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle/search. Accessed 3 March 2017.
  10. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928, 1933-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010. Archives of Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1928; Series: MS932; Reel: 47, Year 1884. Marriage registration for James P. O'Callaghan and Kate Carroll.
  11. [S431] Web site: Oxford County Library website at www.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle. Original article "Industries of Canada: Historical and Commercial Sketches (Oxford County Environs)", published by M.G. Bixby and Co., Toronto, 1887.
  12. [S942] Hamilton Directory, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; 1894.
  13. [S439] Chronicle, Friday, 03 October, 1902, 1, Column 6.
  14. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Burial record.
  15. [S391] Ontario Vital Statistics: Death Registration, Schedule C, Ontario, Oxford County, Ingersoll, 1907, Archives of Ontario.
  16. [S1086] Chronicle, March 7, 1907, 1, Column 7, Article posed on line at the Oxford County Library at http://genealogy.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle/search. Accessed 3 March 2017.
  17. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
    Original data: Death Records. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Lansing, Michigan. Description : 393: Detroit, 1920-1921. Death registration for James P. O'Callaghan, died 21 May 1921 in Detroit, MI.
  18. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.

James J. O'Callaghan1

(5 April 1869 - 24 October 1950)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherAndrew O'Callaghan b. 3 Sep 1837, d. 11 Apr 1902; I am making an assumption that Andrew is James J.'s father since they are buried in the same plot.1
MotherBridget Dwyer1 b. 31 Mar 1841, d. 17 Dec 1910

Family

Margaret Ellen Hoolihan b. 15 Nov 1874, d. 19 Oct 1935
Marriage Principal=Margaret Ellen Hoolihan1 
Children
Note Name in cemetery is listed as Callaghan.1 
Birth5 April 1869 Ontario, Canada1,2 
Marriage Principal=Margaret Ellen Hoolihan1 
Census1901 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; James is listed as James W. and is living with his wife Margaret E., son Vincent A., and his parents Andrew and Bridget. His birthdate is listed as 5 Apr 1869 and birthplace as Ontario.; Principal=Margaret Ellen Hoolihan2 
Death24 October 1950 1 
BurialOctober 1950 St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S343] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States, Row 29, Section AA, Plot 33.
  2. [S387] 1901 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ward 3 & 4, Division 6, Page 10, Family 106.
  3. [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.

James Leon Gregory O'Callaghan1

(4 December 1902 - )
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherJames J. O'Callaghan1 b. 5 Apr 1869, d. 24 Oct 1950
MotherMargaret Ellen Hoolihan1 b. 15 Nov 1874, d. 19 Oct 1935
Birth4 December 1902 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism13 December 1902 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were William Kelly and F. Costello.1 

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.

John O'Callaghan1,2

ChartsAncestors of Mary Ann Gibbons
Descendants of John O'Callaghan
(24 June 1814 - 2 October 1902)
Last EditedJul 3, 2017
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue

Family

Bridget Syron b. bt 1814 - 1815, d. 17 Sep 1885
Marriagecirca 1833 Principal=Bridget Syron1,4 
Children
Birth24 June 1814 Crossmolina, County Mayo, Connaught Province, Ireland; Interestingly John's gravestone states he was 89 which would make his birthdate in 1813, although it could have meant in his 89th year.1,3 
Marriagecirca 1833 Principal=Bridget Syron1,4 
Immigrationbetween 1842 and 1843 Quebec, Canada; They came with their three children - Ellen, age 8; John, age, 6; and Michael, age 2. A second daughter, Elizabeth was born and baptized in 1843 in Lachine, Quebec which is outside of Montreal, so this or Quebec City was probably their port of call. John went into business supplying meat to men working on the Beauharnois Canal, and later on the Welland Canal at St. Catherine's. The Beauharnois Canal was in Quebec near Salsberry-de-Valleyfield, south of the St. Lawrence.3 
Residence1850 Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; They lived here for fourteen years, where John went into business buying cattle and farming.; Principal=Bridget Syron3 
Census11 January 1852 Norwich, Ontario, Canada; "John Calligan" (sic), farmer, born Ireland, Ch. of Rome, 37 next birthday, living in a 1-story log house. Listed with him (all with Calligan surname and all members of Ch. Rome and ages are for the next birthday):
Bridget, born Ireland, 37, female.
Ellen, born Ireland, 15, female.
John, born Ireland, 13, male.
Michael, born Ireland, 11, male.
Elizabeth, born Canada, 9, female.
Peter, born Canada, 7, male.
Francis, born Canada, 4, male.
James, born Canada, 2, male.; Witness=Bridget Syron, Witness=Ellen O'Callaghan, Witness=John O'Callaghan, Witness=Michael O'Callaghan, Witness=Elizabeth O'Callaghan, Witness=Peter O'Callaghan, Witness=Frank O'Callaghan, Witness=James P. O'Callaghan5 
Residence1860 Dereham Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; In the 1862 Dereham directory, John is listed as living in Concession 2, Lot 11.3,6 
Census14 January 1861 North Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, 47 next birthday, male, married, living in a frame house. The Agricultural Census for the western portion of North Norwich states that John lived in the 4th Concession (Range), on the North portion of Lot #26. He owned 100 acres and had 80 under cultivation, with 44 under crops in 1860, 34 under pasture, 2 under orchard or garden and 20 under wood or wild. The cash value of the farm was $5000. Crops:
Fall Wheat: 10 acres, 30 bushels. Spring Wheat: 10 acres, 150 bushels. Peas: 8 acres, 150 bushels. Oats: 12 acres, 600 bushels. Buckwheat: 1 acre, 18 bushels. Indian Corn: 2 acres, 30 bushels. Potatoes: 1 acre, 50 bushels. Turnips: 50 bushels; carrots, 50 bushels; 7 tons of hay.
All those listed living with him have the Callaghan surname, and are Catholic, and ages given are for next birthday. Two of the boys and one of the girls had attended school but it is not specified which children.
Bridget, born Ireland, 47, married.
Ellen, born Ireland, 25, single.
John, laborer, born Ireland, 23, single.
Elizabeth, born Canada East, 19, single.
Peter, born Canada West, 17, single.
Francis, born Canada West, 15, single.
James, born Canada West, 11.
Maria, born Canada West, 8.
George, born Canada West, 6.
Bridget, born Canada West, 4.; Witness=Elizabeth O'Callaghan, Witness=Bridget Syron, Witness=George O'Callaghan, Witness=John O'Callaghan, Witness=Ellen O'Callaghan, Witness=Maria O'Callaghan, Witness=James P. O'Callaghan, Witness=Malinda O'Callaghan, Witness=Peter O'Callaghan, Witness=Frank O'Callaghan7 
Residencecirca 1869 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; In Ingersoll, John became a merchant dealing in meat, groceries, liquour, etc. and carried on business in a site formerly owned by Mr. Phelan. He built a large brick business on the west side of Thames Street and north of Charles Street, and in 1874, he purchased the McMurray House, and in 1876 the stables.3 
Census2 April 1871 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", head of Dwelling #118, male, 26, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, merchant, married. Living with him:
Bridget, 56, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, married, over 20 and unable to read or write.
Frank, 20, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
James, 18, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
Mariah, 17, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
George, 14, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.
Bridgett (sic), 12, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.; Witness=Bridget Syron, Witness=Frank O'Callaghan, Witness=James P. O'Callaghan, Witness=Maria O'Callaghan, Witness=George O'Callaghan, Witness=Malinda O'Callaghan8 
OccupationJuly 1877 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; In the July 7th edition of the Ingersol Tribune, the following was part of a series of articles on the merchants of Ingersoll. "John O’Callaghan -
There were few if any of the business men of
Ingersoll who have shown a more abiding
faith in the present and future of our town
than Mr. O’Callaghan, and that he has been
one of the successful business men of the
community is owing to himself.
Mr. O’Callaghan first removed to this
vicinity 25 years ago and to town 13 years
ago. Farming used to occupy his time, and
though now a merchant he retains a large
farming interest, owning two farms near
here. Until the last 4 or 5 years he has been
largely engaged in the stock business as a
drover, in which he was very successful, but
now he confines his business to merchandizing,
having two establishments, one devoted
to the wholesale and retail liquor trade, the
other to groceries and provisions. He has
invested largely in real estate here, owning
the O’Callaghan block, where his stores are,
as well as the property adjoining, including
the ‘McMurray House’, four stores, two
dwelling houses, etc. Lately, he has purchased
other business and residence property,
and today he is one of the heaviest
rate-payers in town.
Mr. O’Callaghan has a large and
growing business in his various lines. In the
store he is assisted by his wife, and also by
four or five other parties, and he is one of
the few in town who are not perpetually
complaining of hard times. Perhaps it is because
he is disposed to look on the bright
side of things. Certain it is, that no business
interests of Ingersoll are more firmly
established, and none are doing a more substantial
trade."9 
Census4 April 1881 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John O'Callaghan", head of Family #144, married, age 66, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, grocer. Living with him:
Bridget, 66, born Ireland, Catholic, married.
Frank, 30, born Ontario, Catholic.
James, 27, born Ontario, Catholic, butcher.
George, 24, born Ontario, Catholic.
Linda, 23, born Ontario, Catholic.
"Maria Dwyer" age 25, born Ontario, Catholic, married, Irish.
"William Dwyer", age 30, married, born Ontario, Catholic, marble cutting.
"John Dwyer", age 9, in school, born Ontario, Canadian.
"Minnie Dwyer", age 7, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"George Dwyer", age 5, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"Bessie Dwyer", age 3, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.
"Margaret Dwyer", age 1, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.; Witness=Bridget Syron, Witness=George O'Callaghan, Witness=Frank O'Callaghan, Witness=James P. O'Callaghan, Witness=Malinda O'Callaghan, Witness=Maria O'Callaghan, Witness=William Manuel Dwyer, Witness=John Joseph Dwyer, Witness=Mary Ann Dwyer, Witness=George Dwyer, Witness=Elizabeth Bridget Dwyer, Witness=Margaret Dwyer10 
(Witness) Death17 September 1885 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; Death Registration #48 (012750): Bridget O'Callaghan died on 17 September 1885, aged 71 years, wife of John O'Callaghan, born Ireland. Died of bronchitis and secondary to chronic disease of the liver of one year. Informant was James O'Callaghan, son, of Ingersoll. Roman Catholic; Principal=Bridget Syron11 
(Witness) Death25 May 1890 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States; The Ingersoll Chronicle and Canadian Dairyman newspaper reported in their May 29th, 1890 issue: "In Chicago, on Sunday, 25th instant, Michael, son of John O'Callaghan, aged 49 years and 6 months."; Principal=Michael O'Callaghan12,13 
Census31 March 1891 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John O'Callaghan", Head of Family #238, 76 years old, widowed, born in Ireland, parents born in Ireland, occupation is a Gentleman, Catholic, can read and write. Living with him:
Frank, male, 42, son, born Ontario, parents born Ireland, Catholic, can read and write, no occupation listed.
Mary Sage, domestic, born Ontario, parents born Ireland, Catholic, can read and write.
Living beside them is his son, George O'Callaghan and his family.; Witness=Frank O'Callaghan, Witness=Mary Ellen Sage14 
Residencebetween 1894 and 1895 west side of Thames, 4 north of Charles, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada15 
Will17 October 1899 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; This is the transcription of the Will and probate record:

John O'Callaghan
#3741
Page 143 -144

Canada
Province of Ontario
In His Majesty's Surrogate Court County of Oxford.

Be it known that on the Fifteenth day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two Letters of Administration Pendente Rite (?) of all and singular the property of John O'Callaghan late of the Town of Ingersoll in the County of Oxford, Esquire, deceased, who died on or about the second day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two at the said Town of Ingersoll leaved a will bearing date seventeenth day of October A.D. 1899 and who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode in the town of Ingersoll, in the said County of Oxford were granted by His Majesty's Surrogate Court of the County of Oxford to the London and Westen Trusts Company (Limited) of the City of London in the County of Middlesex, the party applying for administration at the request of John O'Callaghan (the eldest son of the deceased) Maria Dwyer, and Ellen Sage three of the plaintiffs in an action now pending to set aside the said will wherein John O'Callaghan, Maria Dwyer, Ellen Sage, Bessie Quigley and Frank O'Callaghan are plaintiffs and James O'Callaghan, George O'Callaghan, and John O'Callaghan Executors of the said will and James O'Callaghan, George O'Callaghan, and Malinda Doty are Defendants. John B. Kilgour the Present of the said The London and Western Trusts Company (Limited) having been first sworn faithfully to administer the property of the said John O'Callaghan, deceased, and as to the residue thereof under the direction and control of the High Court of Justice by paying his just debts according to law and to exhibit under oath a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the said property and to render a just and true account of their administration when required by the Law to do so. Signed, Registrar of said Court


John O'Callaghan
#3746, Page 151 - 152

Canada
Province of Ontario
In His Majesty's Surrogate Court of the County of Oxford

Be it known that on the twenty-ninth day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two the Last Will and Testament of John O'Callaghan of the Town of Ingersoll, in the County of Oxford, and Province of Ontario, Esquire, deceased, who died on or about the Second day of October, in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two at the town of Ingersoll in the County of Oxford, a true copy of which said Last Will and Testament is here under written and that the administration of all and Singular the property of the said deceased and in anyway concerning his will was granted by the aforesaid court to James O'Callaghan, of the Town of Ingersoll, in the County of Oxford, Cattle Dealer, and George O'Callaghan, of the said Town of Ingersoll, Cattle Dealer, two of the executors named with said will. John O'Callaghan, the other executor named in the said will having renounced all his right and title to Probate and execution of the said will, they the said James O'Callaghan and George O'Callaghan having first been sworn well and faithfully to administer the same by paying the just debts of the deceased and the legacies contained in the will so far as they are there unto bound by law and by distributing the residue (if any) of the late property according to law and to exhibit under oath a true and perfect Inventory of all and Singular the said property and to render a just and true account of their executorship whenever required by the Law to do so. Signature of the Registrar of said Court

This is the Last Will and Testament of me John O'Callaghan of the Town of Ingersoll, in the County of Oxford, in the Province of Ontario, Esquire:
1. I direct that my just debts and funeral and testamentary expenses be paid out of the estate by my executors herein after named.
2. I declare that I have provided as I desired for my sons John O'Callaghan and Frank O'Callaghan and for my daughter, Maria Dwyer.
3. I give devise and bequeath to my daughter, Ellen Sage the sum of One Thousand dollars, to my daughter Bessie Quigley the sum of One Hundred and Fifty dollars, to my daughter Belinda Doty the sum of One Hundred Fifty Dollars, to my son James O'Callaghan the sum of One Thousand dollars and to my son George O'Callaghan the sum of One Thousand Dollars. All aforesaid legacies are to be paid in one after my decease and are to form a charge upon my real estate until paid.
4. I give devise and bequeath to my son John O'Callaghan the sum of Five Hundred dollars in trust for the use of my daughter Belinda Doty and I direct my said son John to expend the same for the benefit of my said daughter in such a manner as to be free from the debts or control of my said daughter's present or any future husband the same to be paid him in one year after my decease and to form a charge upon my real estate until paid.
5. The legacies above given are not to bear interest.
6. I give devise and bequeath to my son James O'Callaghan and George O'Callaghan all the rest, residue, and remainder of my real and personal estate to hold to them in equal shares.
Lastly: I hereby nominate and appoint my sons John O'Callaghan, James O'Callaghan, and George O'CAllaghan to be executors of this my will hereby revoking and making null and void all wills by me at any time heretofore made.

In witness whereof I have hereunto to set my hand and seal this Seventeeth day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-nine.
Signed, Sealed and Published and declared by the said testator as for his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each hereunto subscribe our names as witnesses.
Signed and sealed by John O'Callaghan
Signed James F. McDonald
Signed J. John McDonald16 
Residence2 October 1902 88 Thames Street, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada17 
Death2 October 1902 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; Witness=George O'Callaghan3 
Obituary3 October 1902 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; Ingersoll Daily Chronicle
Friday, October 3, 1902

KILLED AT CROSSING
JOHN O'CALLAGHAN STRUCK BY A LOCOMOTIVE AT THE WONHAM STREET CROSSING.

The Wonham street crossing of the C.P.R. was the scene of a fatality at fifteen minutes to seven o'clock Thursday night. John O'Callaghan, known to nearly every one in Ingersoll, and in years gone by, one of the best known men of Oxford county -- was struck by the locomotive of the construction train that is being run over the new railway, sustaining injuries from which he died a few minutes later.

Mr. O'Callaghan was on his way to attend services in the R. C. Church, when death overtook him.

Standing at the rear of his residence which is but a few yards from the railway, Mr. George O'Callaghan was almost an eye witness of the tragedy. But a couple of minutes before, he parted company with his father, and the old gentleman bade good-bye to the children and the other members of the house and in excellent spirits proceeded on his way to church. He was seen by George O'Callaghan, nearing the crossing just the locomotive steamed into view, going west. He sounded a warning to his father and the old man signalled back as much as to say that he could get over the crossing in safety. The next moment the engine was upon the crossing and as it passed, to the anxious son, whose gaze was riveted in that direction, came the knowledge that his father had been injured, and he hurried to the spot. Before he arrived there he saw Mr. McDonald, his next door neighbour, tenderly raise the prostrate form from the side of the road, where the relentless engine had hurled it. Mr. O'Callaghan was still alive and with the assistance of several who gathered round, he was carried back to the residence of his son. Two doctors were called, but he passed away without regaining consciousness.

From the fact that he was hurled to the north side of the crossing. Mr. O'Callaghan was evidently nearly over the tracks when he was struck. Mr. McDonald was close at hand when the accident happened and he was the first one at the injured man's side.

Mr. O'Callaghan although in his 88th year, was sprightly and enjoyed the possession of all of his faculties.

A feature that adds to the sadness of his death is the fact that only during the afternoon had his son John, of Clare, Michigan, whom he had not seen for some time, arrived on a visit. He was met at the depot by his father, whom he accompanied as far as his brother, George's just before the accident occurred.

The late John O'Callaghan was born in Crossmolina, Mayo County, Ireland, June 24th, 1814. At the age of 28 years, he came to Quebec, and carried on business supplying meat to the men working on the Beauharnois Canal, and subsequently on the Welland canal, at St. Catharines. He settled in Norwich in 1850, where for fourteen years he carried on a large and remunerative business buying cattle, as well as engaging in farming. From Norwich, he moved to Dereham [township], where he also followed farming for several years. He next removed to Ingersoll, and carried on business as a dealer in meat, groceries, liquor, etc., in Phelan's old stand, long destroyed by fire. He built the large brick block on the west side of Thames Street and north of Charles Street, in 1874, and he purchased the McMurray House and Stables two years later.

Deceased was a devout Roman Catholic, and he was vain to tell that he was never sick or never took medicine, and he was hale and hearty up to the time of his death. He is survived by the following family: John of Clare, Mich.; Mrs. E. Sage, Ingersoll; Mrs. W. Dwyer, and Mrs. F. H. Doty, London; Mrs. P. Quigley, Hamilton; Frank, James, and George, Ingersoll.




Also on October 3 in the same paper: "O'Callaghan - In Ingersoll on Thursday October 2nd, 1902, John O'Callaghan, aged 88 years, 3 months, 6 days. The funeral will leave from his late residence, Thames Street, on Sunday, October 5th at 10:15am and proceed to the Church of the Sacred Heart, thence to the R.C. Cemetery."18 
Burial5 October 1902 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; John and Bridget are buried together in Section B, Row F. I have a picture of the gravestone. It states John died Oct. 2, 1902, age 89 years. However, the church record says he was 87. The obituary from the Ingersoll Chronicle on 03 October, 1902 stated the following: "In Ingersoll, on Thursday, Oct. 2nd, 1902, John O'Callaghan, aged 88 years, 3 months, 6 days. The funeral will leave his late residence, Thames Street, on Sunday, October 5th, at 10:15am and proceed to the Church of the Sacred Heart, and thence to the Roman Catholic Cemetery. "19,20,21 

Citations

  1. [S193] 1891 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S314] Unknown volume, Death certificate for Elizabeth Quigley: County of Wentworth, Division of Hamilton. Registation # 035781., Balkcom household.
  3. [S439] Chronicle, Friday, 03 October, 1902, 1, Column 6.
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    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.
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  6. [S431] Web site: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wjmartin/…
    Alphabetical listing of people living in Dereham in 1862.
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  8. [S370] 1871 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario; Roll: C-9911; Page: 35; Family No: 118. Listing for John Callaghan and family, Ancestry Image #72 of 105.
  9. [S431] Web site: Oxford County Library website at www.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle. Original article "Ingersoll in the Eighteen Seventies
    A series of articles published in the Ingersoll Tribune
    in the summer of 1936."
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  12. [S322] Eleanor Gardhouse, Michael O'Callaghan Gravestone.
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John O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(10 February 1836 - 8 May 1920)
Last EditedMar 6, 2017
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn O'Callaghan1 b. 24 Jun 1814, d. 2 Oct 1902
MotherBridget Syron1 b. bt 1814 - 1815, d. 17 Sep 1885

Family 1

Anna Ramey Ward b. 1844, d. 15 Feb 1896
Marriage Principal=Anna Ramey Ward5 

Family 2

Rosina Braendle Smith b. 4 Dec 1857, d. 26 Mar 1947
Marriage12 August 1916 Clare, Michigan, United States; "John O'Callaghan, 77, white, residing in Clare, Michigan, born Ireland, feed barn proprieter, son of John O'Callaghan and Bridget Siren (sic), married once before, married on 12 August 1916 in Clare, MI by Charles A. Thurston, Justice of the Peace. Bride was Rosy Smith, 54, white, residing in Clare, born Oak Harbor, Ohio, housekeeper, daughter of George Braendle and Mary Jink (?), married twice before. Witnesses were Carlos A. Reading and James F. Tatman both of Clare.; Principal=Rosina Braendle Smith8 
Birth10 February 1836 Ireland; This is the date of birth given by his wife for his death certificate.2 
(Witness) Census11 January 1852 Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Calligan" (sic), farmer, born Ireland, Ch. of Rome, 37 next birthday, living in a 1-story log house. Listed with him (all with Calligan surname and all members of Ch. Rome and ages are for the next birthday):
Bridget, born Ireland, 37, female.
Ellen, born Ireland, 15, female.
John, born Ireland, 13, male.
Michael, born Ireland, 11, male.
Elizabeth, born Canada, 9, female.
Peter, born Canada, 7, male.
Francis, born Canada, 4, male.
James, born Canada, 2, male.; Principal=John O'Callaghan3 
(Witness) Census14 January 1861 North Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, 47 next birthday, male, married, living in a frame house. The Agricultural Census for the western portion of North Norwich states that John lived in the 4th Concession (Range), on the North portion of Lot #26. He owned 100 acres and had 80 under cultivation, with 44 under crops in 1860, 34 under pasture, 2 under orchard or garden and 20 under wood or wild. The cash value of the farm was $5000. Crops:
Fall Wheat: 10 acres, 30 bushels. Spring Wheat: 10 acres, 150 bushels. Peas: 8 acres, 150 bushels. Oats: 12 acres, 600 bushels. Buckwheat: 1 acre, 18 bushels. Indian Corn: 2 acres, 30 bushels. Potatoes: 1 acre, 50 bushels. Turnips: 50 bushels; carrots, 50 bushels; 7 tons of hay.
All those listed living with him have the Callaghan surname, and are Catholic, and ages given are for next birthday. Two of the boys and one of the girls had attended school but it is not specified which children.
Bridget, born Ireland, 47, married.
Ellen, born Ireland, 25, single.
John, laborer, born Ireland, 23, single.
Elizabeth, born Canada East, 19, single.
Peter, born Canada West, 17, single.
Francis, born Canada West, 15, single.
James, born Canada West, 11.
Maria, born Canada West, 8.
George, born Canada West, 6.
Bridget, born Canada West, 4.; Principal=John O'Callaghan4 
Marriage Principal=Anna Ramey Ward5 
Occupation1878 Clare, Clare County, Michigan, United States; After relocating to Clare, John followed in his father's footsteps and opened a grocery.6 
(Witness) Death15 February 1896 Clare, Michigan, United States; Principal=Anna Ramey Ward5 
Residence1902 Clare, Michigan, United States; According to his father's obituary, John had come to visit his father in Ingersoll, Ontario, from Clare, Michigan on the day his father was killed in a tragic train accident. The article states that he had not seen his father in several years.7 
Marriage12 August 1916 Clare, Michigan, United States; "John O'Callaghan, 77, white, residing in Clare, Michigan, born Ireland, feed barn proprieter, son of John O'Callaghan and Bridget Siren (sic), married once before, married on 12 August 1916 in Clare, MI by Charles A. Thurston, Justice of the Peace. Bride was Rosy Smith, 54, white, residing in Clare, born Oak Harbor, Ohio, housekeeper, daughter of George Braendle and Mary Jink (?), married twice before. Witnesses were Carlos A. Reading and James F. Tatman both of Clare.; Principal=Rosina Braendle Smith8 
Death8 May 1920 Clare, Michigan, United States; The death certificate states states: In the city of Clare, Clare County, Michigan, John O'Callaghan of 3rd Street, 2nd Ward died on May 8, 1920 at 5 am. He was male, white, married to Rosa Smith and was born on 10 February 1836, and was 84 years, 2 months, 28 days old. He was a Feed Barn Proprieter, born in Ireland to John O'Callahan (born Ireland) and Bridget Syrne (sic) also born in Ireland. Informant was Mrs. John O'Callahan of Clare, Michigan. Medical Certificate states that John was cared for from May 2 to May 8th and was last seen by Dr. Sanford on May 7th. The cause of death was chronic interstitial nephritis of indefinite duration secondary to chronic prostatitis. Burial was on 11 May 1920 in Clare and Undertaker was J. Doherty."; Witness=Rosina Braendle Smith2 
Burial11 May 1920 Clare, Michigan, United States2 

Citations

  1. [S331] Unknown name of person unknown record type, Balkcom household, Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont, United States.
  2. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
    Death Registration for John O'Callaghan, born 10 February 1836 and died 08 May 1920. Ancestry Image #2189 of 3076.
  3. [S345] 1851 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Norwich, Oxford County, Canada West (Ontario); Schedule: A; Roll: C_11745; Page: 59; Line: 24. Listing for John Calligan (sic) or Callegan. Ancestry Image #59 of 218, accessed 10 June, 2011.
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  5. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.
  6. [S435] E-mail Message. John Trezise 28 May 2010.
  7. [S439] Chronicle, Friday, 03 October, 1902, 1, Column 6.
  8. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
    Original data: Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867–1952. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics. Description : 1916 Alcona - Genesee. Marriage registration for John O'Callaghan and Rosy Smith, married 12 August 1917.

John O'Callaghan1

(circa 1835 - )
Last EditedJul 15, 2000

Family

Ann Walsh b. c 1838
Marriage Principal=Ann Walsh1 
Child
Birthcirca 1835  
Marriage Principal=Ann Walsh1 

Citations

  1. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record of daughter, Ann.
  2. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.

John O'Callaghan1

(1 November 1870 - )
Last EditedJul 15, 2000
FatherPatrick O'Callaghan1 b. c 1840
MotherAnne Flaherty1 b. c 1855
Birth1 November 1870 Oxford County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism24 September 1871 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were John McGill and Bridget O'Donnell.1 

Citations

  1. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.

John O'Callaghan1

(1858 - 1931)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
Father(?) O'Callaghan1
Birth1858 1 
Death1931 1 
Burial1931 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 4.

John O'Callaghan1

(1829 - 20 February 1895)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
Birth1829 1 
Death20 February 1895 Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada1 
Burial22 February 1895 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 44, Plot 3.

John O'Callaghan1

(1799 - 27 August 1869)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Child
Birth1799 White Church, County Cork, Munster Province, Ireland; The tombstone states that John was 70 years old and gives White Church as his native home.1 
Death27 August 1869 Wellington County, Ontario, Canada1 
Burial29 August 1869 St. Anthony's Catholic Cemetery, Macton, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S399] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Row 3, Plot 16.

John O'Callaghan1

(1895 - 1916)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherDaniel J. O'Callaghan1 b. 1860, d. 1936
MotherEllen Desmond1 b. 1865, d. 1953
Birth1895 1 
Death1916 S.S. Merida on Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada; John drowened when the S. S. Merida sank in Lake Erie with a loss of all hands.; Witness=Daniel J. O'Callaghan, Witness=Ellen Desmond1 
Burial1916 St. Augustine's Catholic Cemetery, West Wawanosh Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S401] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Plot 30.

John O'Callaghan1

(circa 1800 - )
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Catherine Krans b. c 1800
Marriage Ireland; Principal=Catherine Krans1 
Child
Birthcirca 1800 Ireland1 
Marriage Ireland; Principal=Catherine Krans1 

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, Baptismal record of daughter, Mary.
  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.

John O'Callaghan1

(circa 1833 - )
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherPatrick O'Callaghan1 b. c 1810
MotherMary Murphy1 b. c 1815

Family

Mary Carrigan b. 1840
Marriage7 October 1862 London, Ontario, Canada; The witness was Charles Carrigan of London.; Principal=Mary Carrigan1 
Birthcirca 1833 Ireland; This birthdate is based on the age of 29 at marriage.1 
Residence7 October 1862 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Mary Carrigan1 
Marriage7 October 1862 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; The witness was Charles Carrigan of London.; Principal=Mary Carrigan1 

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.

John Carroll O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(29 August 1885 - 6 March 1907)
Last EditedMar 6, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJames P. O'Callaghan1 b. 2 Jan 1850, d. 21 May 1921
MotherKatherine Mary Carroll1 b. 2 May 1860, d. 23 Aug 1936
Birth29 August 1885 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; From the Ingersoll Chronicle on Saturday, Aug. 29, 1885: "O'CALLAGHAN--In Ingersoll, on the 29th ult., the wife of James O'Callaghan, of a son." The Ontario Birth Registration states: John Carroll O'Callaghan was born on 29 August 1885 in Ingersoll to James O'Callaghan, butcher, and Catherine Carroll. Informant was F. H. Doty, grocer, of Ingersol and registration was 28 Sept. 1885. Dr. was Dr. Hoyt.1,2,3 
Baptism13 September 1885 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents wee Thomas O'Connor and Kate Burns.1 
Death6 March 1907 Bell Street, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The church burial record states that John O'Callaghan was 21 when he died. The Ontario vital statistic information states that John C. O'Callaghan died at the age of 21 years, 6 months from an epileptic seizure in Ingersoll. It stated he was an invalid and had had epilepsy for 15 years. The Ingersoll Chronicle newspaper in their Thursday, March 7, 1907 issue stated: "In Ingersoll, Wednesday, March 6th, 1907, John Carroll O'Callaghan, son of James O'Callaghan, age 21 years, 6 months. The funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, Bell Street, on Friday at 8:45 am and proceed to the Church of the Sacred Heart and proceed to the Roman Catholic cemetery."; Witness=James P. O'Callaghan, Witness=Katherine Mary Carroll4,5,6 
Burial8 March 1907 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada4 

Citations

  1. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.
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    Original data: Archives of Ontario. Registrations of Births and Stillbirths – 1869-1913. MS 929, reels 1-245. Archives of Ontario; Series: MS929; Reel: 72, Year:1885. Birth registration for John Carroll O'Callaghan, born 29 August 1885.
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  6. [S1086] Chronicle, March 7, 1907, 1, Column 7, Article posed on line at the Oxford County Library at http://genealogy.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle/search. Accessed 3 March 2017.

John D. O'Callaghan1

(1847 - 27 December 1927)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Sarah T. Connolly b. 1854, d. 12 Aug 1910
Marriage Principal=Sarah T. Connolly1 
Marriage Principal=Sarah T. Connolly1 
Birth1847 1 
Death27 December 1927 1 
Burial29 December 1927 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 15, Plot 9.

John Leo O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(16 October 1885 - 31 July 1886)
Last EditedMar 3, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherGeorge O'Callaghan1 b. 18 Feb 1855, d. 22 May 1932
MotherMary Donnelly1 b. 1857, d. 22 Apr 1928
Birth16 October 1885 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; From the Ingersoll Chronicle on Friday, Aug. 16, 1885: O'CALLAGHAN--IN Ingersoll, on the 16th ult., the wife of George O'Callaghan, of a son.2,3 
Baptism1 November 1885 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were John O'Callaghan and Ann Donnelly.2 
Death31 July 1886 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; The newspaper announcement from the Ingersoll Tribune stated: In Ingersoll, on the 31st inst., John Leo, son of George and Mary O'Callaghan, aged 9 months 15 days."; Witness=George O'Callaghan, Witness=Mary Donnelly1,4 
BurialAugust 1886 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The gravestone states: "Our little John Leo, son George and Mary O'Callaghan, died July 31, 1886, age 9 months, 15 days.4 

Citations

  1. [S325] Eleanor Gardhouse, John Leo O'Callaghan Gravestone.
  2. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.
  3. [S431] Web site: Oxford County Library website at www.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle. Transcription of newspaper announcements.
  4. [S1087] Chronicle, August 5, 1886, 1, Column 8, Article posed on line at the Oxford County Library at http://genealogy.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle/search. Accessed 3 March 2017.

Joseph O'Callaghan1

(1873 - 4 July 1899)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
Birth1873 1 
Death4 July 1899 Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada1 
Burial6 July 1899 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 34, Plot 10.

Joseph A. O'Callaghan1

(1900 - 5 October 1957)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherDaniel J. O'Callaghan2 b. 1860, d. 1936
MotherEllen Desmond2 b. 1865, d. 1953

Family

Ann M. Fagan
Marriage Principal=Ann M. Fagan3 
Marriage Principal=Ann M. Fagan3 
Birth1900 Huron County, Ontario, Canada2 
Death5 October 1957 Ontario, Canada3 
Burial7 October 1957 St. Augustine's Catholic Cemetery, West Wawanosh Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada3 

Citations

  1. [S401] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Plot 28.
  2. [S401] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Plot 30.
  3. [S401] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Plot 29.

Julia Ann O'Callaghan1

(October 1867 - 15 March 1879)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherCornelius O'Callaghan1
BirthOctober 1867 1 
Death15 March 1879 Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada; Tombstone states that she was 11 yrs, 6 months old.; Witness=Cornelius O'Callaghan1 
Burial17 March 1879 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 20, Plot 17.

Kathleen O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(12 September 1894 - 2 June 1956)
Last EditedMar 3, 2017
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherGeorge O'Callaghan1 b. 18 Feb 1855, d. 22 May 1932
MotherMary Donnelly1 b. 1857, d. 22 Apr 1928
Birth12 September 1894 The Ingersoll Chronicle newspaper reported: " In Ingersoll, on September 12, the wife of George O'Callaghan, of a daughter."2 
Death2 June 1956 It is interesting to note that Kathleen and May, two sisters died 9 days apart.1 
BurialJune 1956 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The cemetery stone states:

                    KATHLEEN
                O'CALLAGHAN
                BORN SEPT. 12
                1894
                DIED JUNE 2
                19561 

Citations

  1. [S327] Eleanor Gardhouse, Kathleen and Margaret O'Callaghan Gravestone.
  2. [S1089] Chronicle, September 13, 1894, 8, Column 4, Article posted on line at the Oxford County Library at http://genealogy.ocl.net/genealogy/chronicle/search. Accessed 3 March 2017.

Louise O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
Last EditedFeb 11, 2001
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherMichael O'Callaghan1 b. Dec 1840, d. 25 May 1890
MotherAnn Diggles1
Birth  

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.

M. Isabel O'Callaghan1

(1914 - 1992)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Wilfred F. Noonan b. 1912, d. 1988
Marriage Principal=Wilfred F. Noonan1 
Married Name Noonan1 
Marriage Principal=Wilfred F. Noonan1 
Birth1914 1 
Death1992 1 
Burial1992 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.

Madeline O'Callaghan1

(1889 - after 1990)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

Neil Farrell b. 1885, d. 1953
Marriage Principal=Neil Farrell1 
Married Name Farrell1 
Marriage Principal=Neil Farrell1 
Birth1889 1 
Burialafter 1990 St. John the Evangelist Catholic Cemetery, Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada; Madeline has a stone here with her husband, but when the transcription book was prepared in the early 1990's the date of death had not been filled in yet, so it appears she was still living.1 
Deathafter 1990 1 

Citations

  1. [S398] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Row 14, Plot 10.

Malinda O'Callaghan1,2,3

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(11 November 1857 - 20 July 1934)
Last EditedSep 12, 2016
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn O'Callaghan2 b. 24 Jun 1814, d. 2 Oct 1902
MotherBridget Syron2 b. bt 1814 - 1815, d. 17 Sep 1885

Family

Darius Francis Hincks Doty b. 27 Jun 1859, d. 1 Jan 1931
Marriage22 November 1882 London, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Darius Francis Hincks Doty8,4 
Children
Name Variation Bridget O'Callaghan; This is the name given in the baptismal record, the 1861 and 1871 censuses, however, in other records, (marriage, probate of father's will, her death certificate) she is listed as Malinda. 
Birth11 November 1857 Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada2,4 
Baptism28 December 1857 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; The godparents were Redmond Sage and Mary Duffy.2 
(Witness) Census14 January 1861 North Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, 47 next birthday, male, married, living in a frame house. The Agricultural Census for the western portion of North Norwich states that John lived in the 4th Concession (Range), on the North portion of Lot #26. He owned 100 acres and had 80 under cultivation, with 44 under crops in 1860, 34 under pasture, 2 under orchard or garden and 20 under wood or wild. The cash value of the farm was $5000. Crops:
Fall Wheat: 10 acres, 30 bushels. Spring Wheat: 10 acres, 150 bushels. Peas: 8 acres, 150 bushels. Oats: 12 acres, 600 bushels. Buckwheat: 1 acre, 18 bushels. Indian Corn: 2 acres, 30 bushels. Potatoes: 1 acre, 50 bushels. Turnips: 50 bushels; carrots, 50 bushels; 7 tons of hay.
All those listed living with him have the Callaghan surname, and are Catholic, and ages given are for next birthday. Two of the boys and one of the girls had attended school but it is not specified which children.
Bridget, born Ireland, 47, married.
Ellen, born Ireland, 25, single.
John, laborer, born Ireland, 23, single.
Elizabeth, born Canada East, 19, single.
Peter, born Canada West, 17, single.
Francis, born Canada West, 15, single.
James, born Canada West, 11.
Maria, born Canada West, 8.
George, born Canada West, 6.
Bridget, born Canada West, 4.; Principal=John O'Callaghan5 
Communion19 December 1867 Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; Age listed as 10.2 
(Witness) Census2 April 1871 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", head of Dwelling #118, male, 26, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, merchant, married. Living with him:
Bridget, 56, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, married, over 20 and unable to read or write.
Frank, 20, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
James, 18, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
Mariah, 17, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
George, 14, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.
Bridgett (sic), 12, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.; Principal=John O'Callaghan6 
(Witness) Census4 April 1881 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John O'Callaghan", head of Family #144, married, age 66, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, grocer. Living with him:
Bridget, 66, born Ireland, Catholic, married.
Frank, 30, born Ontario, Catholic.
James, 27, born Ontario, Catholic, butcher.
George, 24, born Ontario, Catholic.
Linda, 23, born Ontario, Catholic.
"Maria Dwyer" age 25, born Ontario, Catholic, married, Irish.
"William Dwyer", age 30, married, born Ontario, Catholic, marble cutting.
"John Dwyer", age 9, in school, born Ontario, Canadian.
"Minnie Dwyer", age 7, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"George Dwyer", age 5, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"Bessie Dwyer", age 3, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.
"Margaret Dwyer", age 1, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.; Principal=John O'Callaghan7 
Married Name22 November 1882 Doty8 
Marriage22 November 1882 St. Peter's Catholic Church, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Principal=Darius Francis Hincks Doty8,4 
Residence1902 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; according to her father's obituary.9 
(Witness) Death19 February 1912 Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States; Principal=John Doty10 
(Witness) Death7 June 1920 Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio, United States; Principal=Edwin O'Reilly Doty11 
(Witness) Death14 October 1921 Principal=Marguerite Doty12 
(Witness) Death1 January 1931 Cleveland, Ohio, United States; Principal=Darius Francis Hincks Doty13 
Death20 July 1934 Akron, Summit County, Ohio, United States3 
BurialJuly 1934 Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States14 

Citations

  1. The church record lists her name as Bridget, however, all census', the probate of her father's will, and her death certificate lists her as Malinda. It is possible that the priest made a transcription error in recording her name at baptism and substituted her mother's name (Bridget).
  2. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source Death Certificate for Malinda Doty, Registration District 122, Primary Reg. No. 8493, file 16256, reg #1461, Akron, Ohio.
  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.
  5. [S346] 1861 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Original Data: Library and Archives Canada; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Census Returns For 1861; Roll: C-1060-1061, Agricultural C-1061-1062, original page #3. Census Place: Canada West (Ontario), Oxford County, Enumeration District #2, North Norwich, original page #19 (in pencil). Listing for John Callaghan and family, lines34 - 44. Ancestry Image #273 and #1170 of 1245.
  6. [S370] 1871 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario; Roll: C-9911; Page: 35; Family No: 118. Listing for John Callaghan and family, Ancestry Image #72 of 105.
  7. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario (District #165, Division #2; Roll: C_13267; Page: 31-2; Family No: 144. Listing for John O'Callaghan and family. Ancestry Image #58 & 59 of 88.
  8. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record of son, Edwin.
  9. [S439] Chronicle, Friday, 03 October, 1902, 1, Column 6.
  10. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source is the Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.
  11. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source is the Death Certificate for "Edward" Doty, Lorain County, Ohio, reg. district 753, file #43543, reg. #267.
  12. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source is the Death record for Margarete Kelley, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, reg. Dist. 8118, File # 55538, Primary District 8118, Registered #188.
  13. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source is the Death Certificate for Frank Doty, File 936, Registered #50.
  14. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey."
  15. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.
  16. [S466] Diana Harvey, "Diana Harvey", Her source is the 1900 Census Buffalo, Erie County, N. Y. , 18th ward, ED 144, Sh. 6, dwelling 89, family 120, line 40.

Margaret O'Callaghan1

(December 1843 - 19 May 1898)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001

Family

James Penrose
Marriage Principal=James Penrose1 
Married Name Penrose1 
Marriage Principal=James Penrose1 
BirthDecember 1843 1 
Death19 May 1898 1 
Burial21 May 1898 St. John the Evangelist Catholic Cemetery, Arthur, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada; Margaret was 54 years, 6 months old.1 

Citations

  1. [S398] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Row 39, Plot 3.

Margaret O'Callaghan1

(1904 - August 1929)
Last EditedDec 8, 2001
FatherDaniel J. O'Callaghan1 b. 1860, d. 1936
MotherEllen Desmond1 b. 1865, d. 1953
Birth1904 1 
DeathAugust 1929 Huron County, Ontario, Canada; Margaret and her sister Mary died together in a car accident.; Witness=Daniel J. O'Callaghan, Witness=Ellen Desmond1 
Burial8 August 1929 St. Augustine's Catholic Cemetery, West Wawanosh Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S401] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Plot 30.

Maria O'Callaghan1,2,3

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(16 February 1853 - 1929)
Last EditedJan 11, 2017
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherJohn O'Callaghan2 b. 24 Jun 1814, d. 2 Oct 1902
MotherBridget Syron2 b. bt 1814 - 1815, d. 17 Sep 1885

Family

William Manuel Dwyer b. 20 Oct 1850, d. 1 Mar 1910
Marriage1 August 1871 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration states: Wm. Dwyer, 20, of Ingersoll, born Ireland, bachelor, marble engraver, son of Joseph and Margaret Dwyer married Maria Callaghan, 17, of Ingersoll, born Norwich, spinster, dau. of John and Bridget Callaghan. Witnesses were John Callaghan of Strathroy and Ellen Egan of Woodstock. Both were Catholic and marriage was on 1 Aug. 1871 by Catholic priest, Joseph Bayard of Ingersoll, by banns. Both parties were Catholic.; Principal=William Manuel Dwyer5,6 
Children
Birth16 February 1853 Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; This is the birthdate based on the age of 19 days stated in the church baptismal record. Possibly born in Norwich, rather than Ingersoll.2 
Baptism7 March 1853 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; the godparents were Michael Connor and Bridget Tamel.2 
(Witness) Census14 January 1861 North Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, 47 next birthday, male, married, living in a frame house. The Agricultural Census for the western portion of North Norwich states that John lived in the 4th Concession (Range), on the North portion of Lot #26. He owned 100 acres and had 80 under cultivation, with 44 under crops in 1860, 34 under pasture, 2 under orchard or garden and 20 under wood or wild. The cash value of the farm was $5000. Crops:
Fall Wheat: 10 acres, 30 bushels. Spring Wheat: 10 acres, 150 bushels. Peas: 8 acres, 150 bushels. Oats: 12 acres, 600 bushels. Buckwheat: 1 acre, 18 bushels. Indian Corn: 2 acres, 30 bushels. Potatoes: 1 acre, 50 bushels. Turnips: 50 bushels; carrots, 50 bushels; 7 tons of hay.
All those listed living with him have the Callaghan surname, and are Catholic, and ages given are for next birthday. Two of the boys and one of the girls had attended school but it is not specified which children.
Bridget, born Ireland, 47, married.
Ellen, born Ireland, 25, single.
John, laborer, born Ireland, 23, single.
Elizabeth, born Canada East, 19, single.
Peter, born Canada West, 17, single.
Francis, born Canada West, 15, single.
James, born Canada West, 11.
Maria, born Canada West, 8.
George, born Canada West, 6.
Bridget, born Canada West, 4.; Principal=John O'Callaghan4 
(Witness) Census2 April 1871 Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; "John Callaghan", head of Dwelling #118, male, 26, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, merchant, married. Living with him:
Bridget, 56, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, married, over 20 and unable to read or write.
Frank, 20, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
James, 18, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
Mariah, 17, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish.
George, 14, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.
Bridgett (sic), 12, born Ontario, Catholic, Irish, goes to school.; Principal=John O'Callaghan3 
Married Name1 August 1871 Dwyer5 
Marriage1 August 1871 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; Marriage Registration states: Wm. Dwyer, 20, of Ingersoll, born Ireland, bachelor, marble engraver, son of Joseph and Margaret Dwyer married Maria Callaghan, 17, of Ingersoll, born Norwich, spinster, dau. of John and Bridget Callaghan. Witnesses were John Callaghan of Strathroy and Ellen Egan of Woodstock. Both were Catholic and marriage was on 1 Aug. 1871 by Catholic priest, Joseph Bayard of Ingersoll, by banns. Both parties were Catholic.; Principal=William Manuel Dwyer5,6 
(Witness) Census4 April 1881 Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada; "John O'Callaghan", head of Family #144, married, age 66, born Ireland, Catholic, Irish, grocer. Living with him:
Bridget, 66, born Ireland, Catholic, married.
Frank, 30, born Ontario, Catholic.
James, 27, born Ontario, Catholic, butcher.
George, 24, born Ontario, Catholic.
Linda, 23, born Ontario, Catholic.
"Maria Dwyer" age 25, born Ontario, Catholic, married, Irish.
"William Dwyer", age 30, married, born Ontario, Catholic, marble cutting.
"John Dwyer", age 9, in school, born Ontario, Canadian.
"Minnie Dwyer", age 7, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"George Dwyer", age 5, born Ontario, Catholic, in school, Canadian.
"Bessie Dwyer", age 3, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.
"Margaret Dwyer", age 1, born Ontario, Catholic, Canadian.; Principal=John O'Callaghan7 
Residence1902 London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; according to her father's obituary.8 
(Witness) Death1 March 1910 St. Joseph's Hospital, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; Death Registration #129 for London, Middlesex County, Ontario: William Manuel Dwyer, male, Irish, died 1 March 1910 at 2:30pm, born October 20, 1850 in Dublin, Ireland. Aged 59, died in St. Joseph's Hospital after being there for 7 days, occupation is traveller, married. Parents: Joseph Dwyer born Waterford, Ire.. and Margaret Edington, born Galway, Ire. Attended by Dr. Teasdall who followed him since February 23, 1910. Cause of death bronchitis; Principal=William Manuel Dwyer9 
CensusJune 1911 591 Richmond, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; "Maria Dwyer, 591 Richmond, female, head, widow, born March 1854, age 57, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic, Occupation - 'Intelligent", employer, R. Store, can read and write, speaks English. Living with her:
Margaret, dau., single, born April 1880 in Ont., 31, Irish, Catholic, milliner on her own account, in the cigar business, can read & write.
William, son, single, born Sept. 1882 in Ontario, 28, Catholic, Irish, in cigar business.
Francis, son , born Aug. 1885 in Ont., 25, occupation - mftr.
Agnes, dau. born Dec. 1891 in Ont., 19, single.
Owen, son, single, born March 1893, 18.
Mary, dau., single, born Nov. 1898 in Ontario, 12.; Witness=Margaret Dwyer, Witness=William Eddington Dwyer, Witness=Francis Joseph Dwyer, Witness=Agnes Theresa Dwyer, Witness=Owen Thomas Dwyer, Witness=Mary Angeline Dwyer10 
Residence13 September 1924 589 Richmond, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada11 
Burial1929 St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, London, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada12 
Death1929 12 

Citations

  1. In the 1871 Census, her name was spelled Mariah.
  2. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S370] 1871 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario; Roll: C-9911; Page: 35; Family No: 118. Listing for John Callaghan and family, Ancestry Image #72 of 105.
  4. [S346] 1861 Census of Canada, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., Original Data: Library and Archives Canada; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Census Returns For 1861; Roll: C-1060-1061, Agricultural C-1061-1062, original page #3. Census Place: Canada West (Ontario), Oxford County, Enumeration District #2, North Norwich, original page #19 (in pencil). Listing for John Callaghan and family, lines34 - 44. Ancestry Image #273 and #1170 of 1245.
  5. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Marriage record.
  6. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928, 1933-1934 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010: Oxford County, 1871. Marriage Registration for Wm. Dwyer and Maria Callaghan, 01 August 1871. Ancestry Image #88 of 138.
  7. [S378] 1881 Census of Canada, online www.ancestry.com, Census Place: Ingersoll, Oxford South, Ontario (District #165, Division #2; Roll: C_13267; Page: 31-2; Family No: 144. Listing for John O'Callaghan and family. Ancestry Image #58 & 59 of 88.
  8. [S439] Chronicle, Friday, 03 October, 1902, 1, Column 6.
  9. [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: Middlesex County, 1910. Death Registration for William Manuel Dwyer, 1 March, 1910. Ancestry Image #173 of 330.
  10. [S513] 1911 Canada Census, online www.ancestry.com, Ontario, London City, District 94, Sub-District 13, Page 9, Family #90 at 591 Richmond for Maria Dwyer and family. Ancestry #9 of 37.
  11. [S436] Ancestry.com, online at www.ancestry.com, Detroit Border Crossings and Passenger and Crew Lists, 1905-1963 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006, Roll # 018. Listing for William Eddington Dwyer, Passenger Manifest for September 13, 1924. Ancestry Image #6247 of 7854.
  12. [S1043] Cemetery Project, online http://cemetery.canadagenweb.org/, Listing and Image of Gravesite for William M. Dwyer, born in Neige, Dublin, Ontario on Oct. 30, 1850, died Mar. 1, 1910. His wife, Maria O'Callaghan, 1854 - 1929. St. Peter's Cemetery located at 806 Victoria Street, London, Ontario. Accessed January 11, 2017.
  13. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.
  14. [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.
  15. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.

Marie O'Callaghan1

ChartsDescendants of John O'Callaghan
(17 July 1923 - 17 July 1923)
Last EditedSep 11, 2016
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Patricia Ann Monogue
FatherThomas D'Arcy O'Callaghan1 b. 21 Dec 1893, d. 20 Apr 1961
MotherHelen Veronica Stock1 b. 16 Dec 1891, d. 22 Oct 1983
Death17 July 1923 Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States; Death Certificate states: Reg. #8593
Prov. Hosp. of Detroit, MI. Marie O'Callaghan of 7645 Kipling, demale, white, single, born July 17, 1923. Lived 2 hours, died at 1:30pm due to prematurity. Father listed as Thos. D. O'Callaghan, born Canada and mother as Helen Stock, born Canada. Informant was Mr. T. D. O'Callaghan of above address, buried on July 19, 1923 in Holy Cross Cemetery in Detroit.; Witness=Thomas D'Arcy O'Callaghan, Witness=Helen Veronica Stock2 
Birth17 July 1923 Detroit, Michigan, United States1 
Burial19 July 1923 Holy Cross Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, United States2 

Citations

  1. [S431] Web site: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily
    Web site of Nathan Bailey, 02 Jan 2001.
  2. [S878] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
    Original data: Death Records. Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Lansing, Michigan. Listing for Marie O'Callaghan, died 17 July, 1923. Ancestry Image #2858 of 3352.

Mary O'Callaghan1

(12 July 1854 - )
Last EditedJul 14, 2000
FatherPatrick O'Callaghan1 b. c 1824
MotherMargaret Kelly1 b. c 1830
Birth12 July 1854 Oxford County, Ontario, Canada1 
Baptism23 July 1854 Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; the godparents were Patrick Ryan and Margaret Devereaux.1 

Citations

  1. [S394] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address, Baptismal record.