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(Between 18) In the UK Incoming Passenger Lists, there are several possibilities for Minnie Hegartys. Also a William Shannon with same value of rateable property. There are 5 Shannon possibilities in Skull for the time period! I find a John and a Cornelius Hegarty in Cooradarrigan, Skull. When she died, that person contacted the family in Oswego and Chicago. No Hegartys or Shannons or Jane Does or Parkhursts. Looked in Family Search - NY, Probate Records, 1629-1971 Onondaga Probate Index 1802-1923 E-K. Looked in Family Search -- NY, Probate Records, 1629-1971. (Look under Research tab to read more.)Called Albany vital records and asked if they had burial permits in 1894. I posted the following at HEGARTY/ SHANNON -- Did Minnie Hegarty go home to Skull? (Or her legal name may have been Ursula.) Somehow or other they ended up living in Oswego, NY. The business was changed in 1894 to Shannon & Drumm with owners Edgar E. ) around those dates and found a Minnie Tripp who died in the city around March 6 but she was German, with German parents' names so we didn't think this was she. Did Minnie go back home after the death of her 2nd child? (Also check papers around the time of the probate hearing -- my idea.) (Also relook into any Parkhursts being buried in Scriba cemetery. ) Also check Oswego papers for the deaths of the Parkhursts. The Parkhursts were living in Pulaski around the time of Minnie's death. It's possible that she gave a false name to an employer in order to gain employment and appear to be single. Then in this scenario, she would have told someone her real name. If I want to talk to someone in Albany (Albany Library), talk to Jim Davies, historian. (I believe that's a '91.) "Estate of Mary Heagerty: citation returned with proof of service; special guardian appointed."Received info from state of NY saying they can't find a death cert for her outside of Albany - 5-18-15. A place to check: the Dauley and Wright Records (from Oneonta, NY) - headstone cutters w/ all records of all details avail. Part of the NY State Historical Assn Research Library Special Collections. Susan Brown."7-11-1894 Daily Palladium --There had been a carriage and wagon business in Oswego in 1894 owned by the Shannon Brothers. The indictment charges assault in the second degree, committed on the 19th day of July last upon Charles D. The parties are jointly indicted and are being tried together. 3-9-15 -- Sent letter to with ck for to have them look in other NY counties. (See 5-26-15 below.)3-12-15 -- Denise Kelley looked of her own accord (!The following info isn't relevant because I assume she left Oswego w/ her husband (or without him) in 1891: I looked for her in the immigration records as either Minnie Shannon or Minnie Hegarty. Shannon," (female) I see an immigration record with the correct birth year, arrival in NY 3-30-1872. The only other things I can think of are contacting all of the possible cemeteries, or checking with the Albany County Hall of Records, County Clerk's Office, and County Courthouse for anything on this name, such as a coroner's report." So note that now with this information, we find that Minnie, Charles Wait, Charles Davis, and Carrie "Parscall"/Parshall all very close to each other on Hudson St.She doesn't appear as Minnie Shannon, so maybe she was married when she came over, but if that's the case, I can't seem to see that she came with her husband, James. A bit of research shows Hudson was a street from early colonial times. 26, 1893, the paper mentions a birthday party for a nine year old named Carrie Bauerlein at this address. 9, 1894, the Morning Express has an article about Charles D. Heagerty, who lives on the corner of East Schuyler and Tenth and one half streets, was arrested on complaint of her husband for being drunk. Langan reduced the fracture." THIS IS SHE -- FOR SURE(For more, see her husband, James Hegarty)1890 -- O. They had a pass book at a good grocery and could get anything they needed there. Daily Palladium 9-6-1895. Daily Palladium -- Shannon & Dunn bid on some work for the city. Paul's."2-12-1896 Daily Palladium -- "Funeral of Cornelius Barry... All debts due the late firm are to be paid to Edgar E. Nellie Shannon, nineteen years old and simple-minded, was before Recorder Bulger this morning charged with vagrancy. "Three years ago Peter Drumm, of 291West Third street, was a sober, hard-working, industrious man. The newly married couple will be at home to their friends next week, corner Ninth and Erie streets."3-11-1899 Daily Palladium -- Effie Shannon in a play - The Moth and the Flame. March 7 deaths are listed for last names of Devol (male); Heidlinge_(r? (near Rochester, NY))I looked in The Albany Evening Journal beginning on Mar. (Image 453 of that paper at Fulton County History web site.) One of the pages of the newspaper is missing -- image 459. Hope, Riverside (These two cemetery records are complete & available at rochester.edu/index.cfm? I checked He/Ha/Shannon, Parkhurst, & Wait [the night watchman] names.) The following cemeteries have been checked, but they're tombstone recordings only and it's very doubtful that she had one: St. Mary's Oswego, NY -- Riverside, where rest of family is buried. Minnie doesn't appear, but what's odd is that James, Thomas, and Ursula Heagerty/Hegarty,etc. The Find A Grave site shows that Thomas and wife Cecelia had a daughter named Mary (Minnie), b. (I called Albany Rural, but later found those records of interment are available thru as Albany Rural Cemetery Burial Cards, 1791-2011. Also tried checking via date ALL burials at Menands around the date of March 6 beginning with April 28, through March 15 looking for any females of approximately the correct age who died in Albany. Not buried in Oakwoods under the name Minnie Hegarty or Hagarty. No death cert in Albany, no burial can be found in Albany or Oswego. Either she died (1) someplace other than Albany, (2) on a different date/yr than what's shown in the probate records (not really possible), or (3) she died using a name different than Heg/Hag/Shannon or (4) somebody didn't follow the law and write out a death cert. As he wanted time to get counsel, an adjournment was granted until Thursday and the bail taken Saturday night was continued."1890 -- Between April-Sept., 1890. "Police Court." -- The case of James Heagerty who is charged with refusing to support his family, was called this morning. Heagerty stated that he has never at any time refused to support his family and was now ready to do so. The firm of Shannon & Drumm, wagonmakers, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm name of Shannon & Drum, is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Dated July 26, 1897"8-10-1897 Daily Palladium -- "Sent to the Poor House. Shannon died some time ago, leaving property valued at , 400."3-7-1898 Daily Palladium -- Notice with all the sordid details of a court case involving Edgar Shannon's business partner, Peter Drumm. Looked in Albany NY Evening Journal for Mar 6 and 7, 1894. ), aged 64 years...; Reilly (male),; Stevenson wife of the late Edward. I didn't find her in the Brockport Republic 1856-1923 death list (deaths appearing in the Brockport Republic newspaper. CEMETERIES CHECKED SO FAR, AND TO THE EXTENT POSSIBLE ONLINE(Note: For a complete listing of all cemeteries in Albany and Oswego Counties, go to NY -- Mt. Paul's, having married a Gillen -- could this really be the Patrick Giller mentioned above? Checked Albany Rural Cem also which is sometimes referred to as Menands).

Heagerty was taken to the police station and gave bail in the sum of

Heagerty was taken to the police station and gave bail in the sum of $1,000. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character.3-1-1897 Daily Palladium -- Mention of a Lavina Shannon being in a play, "Miss Francis of Yale."6-19-1897 Daily Palladium -- See Thomas W. At fultonhistory.com, there is a crawl on the left side that asks if you want to see all the papers available. Tim..., and someone in Wisconsin; Ora Gregory in Ann Arbor, MI. Albany, NY -- Checked Albany, NY catholic cemeteries of St.

)Found a Minnie Hegarty who married in the Jul-Aug-Sep 1883 time frame in Cork, Ireland. A different Denis Hegarty in Dunmanus, East, Skull; an Elias Hegarty in Cashelfean, Skull; there are just too many to list. He implied I must have missed something in my searches, especially if she owned a home (property) in Oswego. Check all papers a few days to one week out since news travelled slowly. This makes sense given the fact that there's no death cert for her in Albany, yet the probate records say she was living there. Found the estate of a Mary Heagerty in Surrogate's Court from Oswego Palladium 2-5-1891. There was an Albany Hospital for Incurables in the town of Bethlehem just outside Albany's city limits. Shannon, went to Rochester to-day to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Walter Peterson and Willis Shannon is now on trial. Shannon played center field on the Knights of Columbus team.2-7-1898 Daily Palladium -- Surrogate Court. Also checked to see if maybe she married Patrick Gill(er? Someone else had told me there was NO mental health facility in the city of Albany in 1896. The entire state outside NYC would be checked, but they don't have city of Albany records before 1917.

Her funeral would have been an expense that would have had to come out of her estate. Now why would a night watchman want to pay for Minnie's funeral? Records filed in 2 counties was unusual but not unheard of. He also said it was unusual that she had no obit in any paper. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character. Daily Palladium -- "The case of the People vs. The defense will seek to prove an alibi."1-12-1898 Daily Palladium -- Edgar E. 7 - In Surrogate's Court to-day Edgar E., William J. No Ursula, James, or Thomas appear either.) I called Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, NY to see if maybe she was buried next to her supposed-brother, William Shannon or Margh. There are no Shannons buried there during a possible time period. In a conversation via phone with the woman that works at Oswego Rural Cemetery, she said the Catholic records of burials aren't too good.) Checked all Oswego cemeteries listed on Find for Hegartys - all diff spellings. No phone # available online.) Rural (I called and the woman verified that she's not buried there as Heg/Shannon), Pecks (no phone # available on line), Hillside (no phone # available online), Worden Sweet (no phone # available online), Minetto (no phone # available online), St. Chili, NY -- Buckbee's Corners Troy, NY -- Oakwood Also called Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY, which was suggested as an alternative. We talked about the possibility of her dying in a mental health facility. I can request in writing a death cert from outside the city of Albany for another $22. maiden name, various spellings of Heg, death date, etc.

Also living with her is Margaret Hegarty, also single. Join Share This: Also In This Section Skull Home Background Events Message Board News Places of Interest Resources - See more at: $2.85.3-6-1891 Daily Palladium -- in a listing of different wards in the city and who was elected to different posts: third ward, William J. Later, on 12-2-1892, they paid them $7.35.3-2-1893 Daily Palladium - "City and Ward Tickets. In the Third ward both Democratic factions nominated the same candidates -- ... Robert Shannon, well-known in this city, was buried in Rochester to-day, where he has lived for a number of years. They don't have so he transferred me to Vital Statistics.

) Good luck in your search Diane Diane DONOVANWednesday 19th September 2012, PMPost Reply Join this parish to post a reply or to receive updates about this conversation. Shannon, doll's bed; ..." Daily Palladium -- the city paid Shannon Bros. Coroner Vowinkle decided that no inquest was necessary."8-12-1892 Daily Palladium - The "Board of Works" met and found that they owed Shannon Brothers $9.35 so they paid them by check. Major Shannon will command a battalion of Patriarchs Militant in the parade in this city on the 3d of July. William Parkhurst, Varick street, and has other relatives living here."9-1-1893 Daily Palladium -- the board of public works agreed to pay the bill of $6.90 to "Shannon," no doubt the wagonmaker's bill.10-4-1893 Daily Palladium -- "Died in Rochester. Her only other suggestion is to contact the city of Albany, which I've already done. (See next entry.)Other death found as possibility is Mary Haggerty who d. Death cert #34036.7-27-15 -- Received back from the state of NY a death cert for a Mary Heagerty who died in Oswego on Sept. Had suggestions of Albany city or county Health Dept., town clerk, or dept. 8-20-15 -- Asked (518) 434-5090 if they have old burial permits.

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Heagerty was taken to the police station and gave bail in the sum of $1,000. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character.3-1-1897 Daily Palladium -- Mention of a Lavina Shannon being in a play, "Miss Francis of Yale."6-19-1897 Daily Palladium -- See Thomas W. At fultonhistory.com, there is a crawl on the left side that asks if you want to see all the papers available. Tim..., and someone in Wisconsin; Ora Gregory in Ann Arbor, MI. Albany, NY -- Checked Albany, NY catholic cemeteries of St. )Found a Minnie Hegarty who married in the Jul-Aug-Sep 1883 time frame in Cork, Ireland. A different Denis Hegarty in Dunmanus, East, Skull; an Elias Hegarty in Cashelfean, Skull; there are just too many to list. He implied I must have missed something in my searches, especially if she owned a home (property) in Oswego. Check all papers a few days to one week out since news travelled slowly. This makes sense given the fact that there's no death cert for her in Albany, yet the probate records say she was living there. Found the estate of a Mary Heagerty in Surrogate's Court from Oswego Palladium 2-5-1891. There was an Albany Hospital for Incurables in the town of Bethlehem just outside Albany's city limits. Shannon, went to Rochester to-day to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Walter Peterson and Willis Shannon is now on trial. Shannon played center field on the Knights of Columbus team.2-7-1898 Daily Palladium -- Surrogate Court. Also checked to see if maybe she married Patrick Gill(er? Someone else had told me there was NO mental health facility in the city of Albany in 1896. The entire state outside NYC would be checked, but they don't have city of Albany records before 1917. Her funeral would have been an expense that would have had to come out of her estate. Now why would a night watchman want to pay for Minnie's funeral? Records filed in 2 counties was unusual but not unheard of. He also said it was unusual that she had no obit in any paper. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character. Daily Palladium -- "The case of the People vs. The defense will seek to prove an alibi."1-12-1898 Daily Palladium -- Edgar E. 7 - In Surrogate's Court to-day Edgar E., William J. No Ursula, James, or Thomas appear either.) I called Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, NY to see if maybe she was buried next to her supposed-brother, William Shannon or Margh. There are no Shannons buried there during a possible time period. In a conversation via phone with the woman that works at Oswego Rural Cemetery, she said the Catholic records of burials aren't too good.) Checked all Oswego cemeteries listed on Find for Hegartys - all diff spellings. No phone # available online.) Rural (I called and the woman verified that she's not buried there as Heg/Shannon), Pecks (no phone # available on line), Hillside (no phone # available online), Worden Sweet (no phone # available online), Minetto (no phone # available online), St. Chili, NY -- Buckbee's Corners Troy, NY -- Oakwood Also called Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY, which was suggested as an alternative. We talked about the possibility of her dying in a mental health facility. I can request in writing a death cert from outside the city of Albany for another $22. maiden name, various spellings of Heg, death date, etc. Also living with her is Margaret Hegarty, also single. Join Share This: Also In This Section Skull Home Background Events Message Board News Places of Interest Resources - See more at: $2.85.3-6-1891 Daily Palladium -- in a listing of different wards in the city and who was elected to different posts: third ward, William J. Later, on 12-2-1892, they paid them $7.35.3-2-1893 Daily Palladium - "City and Ward Tickets. In the Third ward both Democratic factions nominated the same candidates -- ... Robert Shannon, well-known in this city, was buried in Rochester to-day, where he has lived for a number of years. They don't have so he transferred me to Vital Statistics. ) Good luck in your search Diane Diane DONOVANWednesday 19th September 2012, PMPost Reply Join this parish to post a reply or to receive updates about this conversation. Shannon, doll's bed; ..." Daily Palladium -- the city paid Shannon Bros. Coroner Vowinkle decided that no inquest was necessary."8-12-1892 Daily Palladium - The "Board of Works" met and found that they owed Shannon Brothers $9.35 so they paid them by check. Major Shannon will command a battalion of Patriarchs Militant in the parade in this city on the 3d of July. William Parkhurst, Varick street, and has other relatives living here."9-1-1893 Daily Palladium -- the board of public works agreed to pay the bill of $6.90 to "Shannon," no doubt the wagonmaker's bill.10-4-1893 Daily Palladium -- "Died in Rochester. Her only other suggestion is to contact the city of Albany, which I've already done. (See next entry.)Other death found as possibility is Mary Haggerty who d. Death cert #34036.7-27-15 -- Received back from the state of NY a death cert for a Mary Heagerty who died in Oswego on Sept. Had suggestions of Albany city or county Health Dept., town clerk, or dept. 8-20-15 -- Asked (518) 434-5090 if they have old burial permits.

,000. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character.3-1-1897 Daily Palladium -- Mention of a Lavina Shannon being in a play, "Miss Francis of Yale."6-19-1897 Daily Palladium -- See Thomas W. At fultonhistory.com, there is a crawl on the left side that asks if you want to see all the papers available. Tim..., and someone in Wisconsin; Ora Gregory in Ann Arbor, MI. Albany, NY -- Checked Albany, NY catholic cemeteries of St. )Found a Minnie Hegarty who married in the Jul-Aug-Sep 1883 time frame in Cork, Ireland. A different Denis Hegarty in Dunmanus, East, Skull; an Elias Hegarty in Cashelfean, Skull; there are just too many to list. He implied I must have missed something in my searches, especially if she owned a home (property) in Oswego. Check all papers a few days to one week out since news travelled slowly. This makes sense given the fact that there's no death cert for her in Albany, yet the probate records say she was living there. Found the estate of a Mary Heagerty in Surrogate's Court from Oswego Palladium 2-5-1891. There was an Albany Hospital for Incurables in the town of Bethlehem just outside Albany's city limits. Shannon, went to Rochester to-day to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Walter Peterson and Willis Shannon is now on trial. Shannon played center field on the Knights of Columbus team.2-7-1898 Daily Palladium -- Surrogate Court. Also checked to see if maybe she married Patrick Gill(er? Someone else had told me there was NO mental health facility in the city of Albany in 1896. The entire state outside NYC would be checked, but they don't have city of Albany records before 1917. Her funeral would have been an expense that would have had to come out of her estate. Now why would a night watchman want to pay for Minnie's funeral? Records filed in 2 counties was unusual but not unheard of. He also said it was unusual that she had no obit in any paper. Shannon for news articles about him, including his lawsuit against his former employer for defamation of character. Daily Palladium -- "The case of the People vs. The defense will seek to prove an alibi."1-12-1898 Daily Palladium -- Edgar E. 7 - In Surrogate's Court to-day Edgar E., William J. No Ursula, James, or Thomas appear either.) I called Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, NY to see if maybe she was buried next to her supposed-brother, William Shannon or Margh. There are no Shannons buried there during a possible time period. In a conversation via phone with the woman that works at Oswego Rural Cemetery, she said the Catholic records of burials aren't too good.) Checked all Oswego cemeteries listed on Find for Hegartys - all diff spellings. No phone # available online.) Rural (I called and the woman verified that she's not buried there as Heg/Shannon), Pecks (no phone # available on line), Hillside (no phone # available online), Worden Sweet (no phone # available online), Minetto (no phone # available online), St. Chili, NY -- Buckbee's Corners Troy, NY -- Oakwood Also called Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, NY, which was suggested as an alternative. We talked about the possibility of her dying in a mental health facility. I can request in writing a death cert from outside the city of Albany for another . maiden name, various spellings of Heg, death date, etc. Also living with her is Margaret Hegarty, also single. Join Share This: Also In This Section Skull Home Background Events Message Board News Places of Interest Resources - See more at: .85.3-6-1891 Daily Palladium -- in a listing of different wards in the city and who was elected to different posts: third ward, William J. Later, on 12-2-1892, they paid them .35.3-2-1893 Daily Palladium - "City and Ward Tickets. In the Third ward both Democratic factions nominated the same candidates -- ... Robert Shannon, well-known in this city, was buried in Rochester to-day, where he has lived for a number of years. They don't have so he transferred me to Vital Statistics. ) Good luck in your search Diane Diane DONOVANWednesday 19th September 2012, PMPost Reply Join this parish to post a reply or to receive updates about this conversation. Shannon, doll's bed; ..." Daily Palladium -- the city paid Shannon Bros. Coroner Vowinkle decided that no inquest was necessary."8-12-1892 Daily Palladium - The "Board of Works" met and found that they owed Shannon Brothers .35 so they paid them by check. Major Shannon will command a battalion of Patriarchs Militant in the parade in this city on the 3d of July. William Parkhurst, Varick street, and has other relatives living here."9-1-1893 Daily Palladium -- the board of public works agreed to pay the bill of .90 to "Shannon," no doubt the wagonmaker's bill.10-4-1893 Daily Palladium -- "Died in Rochester. Her only other suggestion is to contact the city of Albany, which I've already done. (See next entry.)Other death found as possibility is Mary Haggerty who d. Death cert #34036.7-27-15 -- Received back from the state of NY a death cert for a Mary Heagerty who died in Oswego on Sept. Had suggestions of Albany city or county Health Dept., town clerk, or dept. 8-20-15 -- Asked (518) 434-5090 if they have old burial permits.

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