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Magner Information Dec, 2000                Edited by: JimMagner@aol.com

 Subject: Data posted to form 1 of http://www.magner.org/contact.htm

Sent: Saturday, December 02, 2000 7:53 PM

Post: Yes, Your Name: Kate Hearn, E-mail: merd@optusnet.com.au

Surname:         Huntress

Area Searching: New South Wales or related

q. Has anyone information with Huntress as a connection to the Magner James Micheal & Althea Mary the mother of my Grandmother Nora Magner.

Kate Hearn

 

Subj:    Fw: Data posted to form 1 of http://www.magner.org/contact.htm

Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 6:31 AM

Post: Yes, Your Name: Beryl Skiljan, E-mail: lyreb@primus.com.au

Surname:         MAGNER

Area Searching: Carshalton, Surrey, England

I believe that the Mary Ann MAGNER C: 23 Sept 1838 Carshalton, Surrey, England, Father James Magner, Mother Ann, is my great-grandmother.  She and two siblings arrived in Western Australia on the "Robert Morrison" from London on 1.2.1862 - the siblings are listed as Ann Magner (I found an Eliza

Mary Ann Magner in your list) and James Magner.  They are listed as servants.  This information was gleaned from the Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians (and my g-grandmother's marriage certificate – she married Thomas Syred McKnoe on February 10 1868 - she was illiterate and her father was listed as James Magner, Farmer). Is anyone else researching this family?

 

Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2000 10:38 AM

Subject: Data posted to form 1 of http://www.magner.org/contact.htm

Post: Yes, Your Name: JP MAGNER M.P.S.I., E-mail: MAGNR@INDIGO.IE , Surname:         MAGNER

THANK YOU FOR PROMPT REPLY. GRANDFATHER DR THOMAS MAGNER, ASKEATON, CO LIMERICK. SPOUSE WAS A CURTIN OF NEWCASTLEWEST, I BELIEVE FROM A HOTEL FAMILY. MY UNCLES WERE NOEL, MOSSY AND DR STANLEY DIED 1966 LONDON. HIS SONS FRANK AND FATHER RONAN ARE STILL ALIVE ALSO LIVING IN LONDON. I BELIEVE MOSSY WHO DIED CIRCA 1930’S IS BURIED IN USA. THE GRAVEYARD AT ASKEATON CHURCH IS FULL OF MAGNER PLOTS INCLUDING MY GRANDFATHERS. IT WOULD MAKE A WORTHWHILE TRIP WHILST IN IRELAND FOR MAGNERS, IN FACT ON THE CORNER OF THE ROAD LEADING  TO THE CHURCH IS NON OTHER THAN MAGNER'S BAR. MY CLAN OF MAGNERS SEEMS TO BE TIED TO CURTINS AS ABOVE, MULCAHYS (THE GREAT IRISH INTERNATIONAL RUGBY STAR  OF THE 60'S) DR WILLIAM (BILL) LIVING IN SKERRIES NORTH DUBLIN WOULD HAVE BEEN MY FATHERS SECOND COUSIN) AND OTHER FAMILIES. SOME OF THE INFORMATION ON THE HEADSTONES WOULD GREATLY HELP OTHER MAGNERS FIND THEIR ROOTS AND ALSO HELP THEM FIND MINE. I WOULD SO MUCH LIKE TO BE ABLE TO TRACE BACK FURTHER THAN ONE GENERATION ANYONE WHO RECALLS DR THOMAS MAGNER AND HIS SONS PARTICULARLY JACK (SEAN)CAN CONTACT ME ON MAGNR@INDIGO.IE

  

Subj:    JohnMagner,about 1820+-

Date:    11/24/2000 10:11:24 AM Eastern Standard Time

From:   csharp@modempool.com (Charles Sharp)

To:       MAGNER-L@rootsweb.com

 Researching lineage of John Magner born probably around 1820. John married a

Nancy Wood. John & Nancy had at least one child, Catherine Jane Magner.b. June

14, 1842 & d. 1916. Catherine married George Washington Cline/Kline November

12,1857 in Van Wert, Ohio. George Washington Cline/Kline was born about 1832. Unknown death. Catherine is buried in Monroeville, Indiana as is George.(Different cemeteries).George Washington Cline/Kline served in Civil War in Co C,2nd Indiana Cavalry. George & Cathering had at least two children, Nellie Cline & Ida Lucritice Cline. Ida married Hillery Hoover.

We have a lot of ther Hoover line on down. Missing Magner information other than above. Mising Cline information other than above. Any help adding ANYTHING to either line appreciated. Would like to hear from anyone connecting to this John Magner or any of the others named above.

Charles A. Sharp

Janet E. Sharp Great Great grand daughter of Ida Cline.

csharp@modempool.com

 

Subj:    John Magner

Date:    11/24/2000

To:       csharp@modempool.com (Charles Sharp)

CC:       bgoodbar-colo@worldnet.att.net

CC:       ecmarquez@emtc.mtcs.tec.me.us, Handbell@wcnet.net

CC:       EllenLMT@msn.com, niteowl@worldaccessnet.com

CC:       jmhudson61@hotmail.com, eyes4you@ponyexpress.net

Charles,

At a quick look it appears your John Magner is connected to the Edward Magner Family Tree located at

http://www.magner.org/research/edmagner.htm

CATHERINE JANE MAGNER, b. June 14, 1842, Van Wert County, OH; d. June 18, 1916, Monroeville, IN.

Jim Magner

Margate, Florida           www.magner.org

 

Subj:    Re: John Magner

Date:    11/24/2000 7:18:31 PM Eastern Standard Time

From:   csharp@modempool.com (Charles Sharp)

To:       JimMagner@aol.com

Jim:

    You certainly made our day & then some. Catherine was my wife's great great grandmother. We had nothing much on her & less on her husband. This file was a treasure trove of information for us. Thank you so much & God Bless you.

Charles A."Charlie" Sharp

  

JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE MEMORIALS OF THE DEAD= IN IRELAND. VOLUME VII, 1907-08, Transcribed from LDS film # 1279254
COUNTY CORK, Monanimy Churchyard [From James Buckley]

 Memento Mori Here Lies The Body of Elizabeth Higgins Wife to David Magner Who Depar This Life April the 18th 1797 Aged 42 years He Caused this Stone to Be Erected For Him And Family May She Rest in Peace

 


Erected by James Magner in memory of his son Edmond who died in 1798 aged 19 yr also his daughter Ellen who died 21 Jan 1803 aged ?? yr May They Rest in Peace Amen

 


Erected by James Magner of Kilquain in memory of his Uncle Patrick Magner who departed this life Aug 31 1859 Aged 58 yr and also his Brother Son Denis who Departed Aug 26 1859 aged 23 yr May their Souls rest in Peace Amen. *This stone is neatly erected but rather frail. It is at present cast down, but very little injured. Hence this record of it.

 

 

 HEADSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN ARDAGH CEMETERY

(Adjoining the grounds of ST. MOLUA’S PARISH CHURCH, ARDAGH, CO. LIMERICK)

 

1.       Michael Kelly, d. 27 Nov. 1908, erected by his daughter Mrs (Kelly) Magner.

2.       Patrick Kelly, B.L. died Jan 16, 1931. Erected by his sister Mrs. Kelly Magner.

3.       Mary Magner, d. Jun 12 1936, and her husband, Joseph, d. May 21 1944; their daughter, Mary Cath. Cahill, d. May 2, 1978.

 

 

Westborough Police Department History http://web.iquest.net/ust/history.htm

William Magner and L.W. Greene were appointed to patrol the Town. They received $8 per week. Magner was appointed Chief of Police as well as Sheriff and served until 1912 when he was accidently struck and killed by a trolley at Chestnut Hill.

Chief Magner was preceded by a succession of men who served in other Town positions while the Town struggled to find the right man for the job.

Fire Chief James McDonald replaced Magner after his death but he also died in office in 1913. Succeeding McDonald in 1914 was the lifelong friend and neighbor of Magner, Fire Engineer John P. Crowe. Crowe became Fire Chief in 1916.

 

http://www.iol.ie/~smgssd/6class/teresad.htm

Name: Theresa Doyle. Age: 12

School: St. Mary’s N.S . Dunmanway

 

Here is a piece which I wrote about some local history.

Canon Magner’s Death On Wednesday Dec.15th 1920 , Canon Magner left the Presbytery at 11:15 am to walk and say his prayers for an hour before lunch. His walk took him along the main road towards Ballyhalwick. He stopped and went back. A car broke down on the road and Canon Magner stopped to help. The man driving the car was called Mr. Brady from Skibbereen. Tadhg O’Crowley from the I.R.A stopped to help. Canon Magner and Tadhg O’ Crowley pushed the car. Just then a lorry load of Black and Tans passed and another lorry load passed and went on about 100 metres and then backed back. They were coming from the workhouse in Dunmanway. A person called Hart came out of the lorry and asked Tadhg his name and address. The minute that Tadhg said, "O’ Crowley’ Hart shot him. Canon Magner knelt down beside him and said prayers. That annoyed Hart. Hart said ‘Curse the Pope’. Canon Magner said, ‘Never" and Hart shot him. Brady escaped through the fields. Brady spread the news around the town like wild fire. James Nyhan from Ballinacarriga was cycling and saw what happened. James went to the curate’s house. The curates at that time were Fr. Sheehan and Fr. Carmody. Fr. Carmody rushed on his bike to see what had happened. He passed the spot and turned round at Acres Cross. He cycled back again and he saw a dog sulking at the side of the road and he went over to investigate. He saw Canon Magner and Tadhg O’ Crowley lying dead on the road. They shouldered them to the church and said a special Mass. It was at 4.00 that evening that his family found out.

 

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