James Jimmy Regan and Others

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James Jimmy Regan and Others

 

 

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December 21 1937

historicalnotes

The Indian Hill Cemetery near Pakenham, Ontario. This cemetery is part of St. Peter Celestine church.– Photos click here

This area is Peter Robinson country (many of the settlers came in 1823). It’s also
LUNNEY country. Father Lunney (one of seven brothers) is the Priest at South Gloucester
today.

Some of the surnames, and year of death, in the Indian Hill Cemetery are:
ABBOTT, Walter                                          1895
BRENNAN, Michael (husband of Eliza MALTIN)              1866
BOLTON, Mary Anne
    (infant dau of Benjamin BOLTON & Bridget RYAN)     1885
BODDY, Margaret (dau of William BODDY & Johanna BUTLER) 1889
BODDY, Mrs. William (Hanna BUTLER)                      1903
BODDY, Hannah Mary (dau of William BODDY)               1913
CARNEY,       (dau of Peter CARNEY & Sarah MCGUIRE)     1880
CONLEY, James (age 70)                                  1889
CLOSE, James (age 62)                                   1898
CALLAGHAN, Catherine (Mrs. Dan J. MARTIN)               1933
CRONIN, Ellen (Mrs. Jerry SULLIVAN)                     1897
CLAROUX, William                                        1901
DORAN, Mary Anne                                        1887
DOLAN, Elizabeth (Mrs. Bernard Donaher)                 1920
DONAHER, Bernard                                        1897
DRISCOLL, Hannah (Mrs. John DILLON)                     1878
FAULKNER, James                                         1877
FAULKNER, Mrs. James                                    1895
FOLEY, Julie Anne*(dau of John FOLEY & J. O’BRIEN)      1880
FOLEY, George Richard* (son of John FOLEY & J. O’BRIEN) 1881
FOLEY, Michael Eugene* (son of John FOLEY & J. O’BRIEN) 1881
FLYNN, John (age 38)                                    1877
FINLEY, Anastasia (Mrs. James FERGUSON)                  1887
FARRELL, Sarah (Mrs. Joseph H. GENDREAU)                1894
FITZGERALD, James (age 79)                              1915
FERGUSON, Mary (Mrs. Palmer TRAVERS)                    1915
FARRELL, Mary (Mrs. Michael J. TIMS)                    1923
FARRY, Alice (Mrs. James LEVI)                          1873
GORMAN, Mary (Mrs. John FLEMING)                        1874
GARVEY, Patrick (son of John GARVY & Mary O’MALLEY)     1877
GALVIN, James                                           1914
GALVIN, John Matthew (husband of Rita HOUGH)            1915
HORAN, Mary (Mrs. John CLOSE)                           1894
JEFFREY, Wilfred                                        1929
KELLY, Anne (Mrs. Denis GALLIGHAN)                      1866
KARNEY, John                                            1866
KEAGAN, Ellen (dau of Bernard KEEGAN & Mary MORRIS)     1881
KEAGAN, Bernard (age 73)                                1883
KEARNS, Peter (husband of Ellen PRICE)                  1920
KELLY, Michael (age 3 years )                           1866
LUNNEY, Patrick (age 60)                           1880
LEE, Alice (Mrs. John SHEEDY)                           1939
LYONS, Catherine (Mrs. Charles PRICE)                   1906
LEVY, James                                             1877
MARTIN, Frances (Mrs. James FITZGERALD)                 1914
MULVANEY, Margaret                                      1865
MERRIMAN, Michael                                       1888
MURPHY, John Edward (age 65)*                           1894
MURPHY, Catherine*                                      1913
MALEY, Patrick                                          1895
MALEY, James                                            1904
MARTIN, Daniel (age 65)                                 1912
MURRAY, Bridget                                         1918
MCCOY, Neil (age 93)                                    1901
MCHALE, Patrick (age 84)                                1915
MCARAN, Patrick                                         1873
MCDONOUGH, Bridget (Mrs. James FERGUSON)                1921
NORTON, Michael                                         1865
O’MALLEY, John (age 82)                                 1892
POWER, Margaret                                         1883
PRICE, Charles (age 84)                                 1902
QUIGLEY, Bridget (Mrs. Jeremiah FOLEY)                  1895
REGAN, Patrick (son of Patrick REGAN
    & Frances DUFFALAY)                                1866
REGAN, Mrs. Patrick (Frances DUFFALAY)                  1905
ROACH, Mary Anne                                        1894
RYAN, Mary (Mrs. Egbert FREUDENBURG)                    1894
ROBINSON, Jane Elizabeth (Mrs. John STAFFORD)           1914
SHEAHEN, James (age 57)*                                1896
SHEEDY, Elizabeth Anne                                  1919
SHERLOCK, Michael                                       1924
SHERLOCK, John                                          1924
SHAERON, Matthew (Shearon)                              1918
SHEARON, John                                           1935
TEEVENS, Mary (Mrs. John SHERLOCK)                      1913
WHALEN, Catherine (age 76)                              1891
WALTON, Margaret (Mrs. Bernard CAMERON)                 1896
WALSH, Bridget (Mrs. John O’MALLEY)

 

relatedreading

The Lonely Grave of Barney Shiels of Cedar Hill

What You Didn’t Know about Harvey’s Mills — Pakenham

Spring 1909 Pakenham — James Lunny William David Story

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