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Magner Information October, 2002                                                          edited by JimMagner@aol.com

 

 

Fw: Data posted to form 1 of http://www.magner.org/contact.htm
> Post: Yes
> Your Name: Marlyn Riter
> Email: jriter@du.edu
> Surname: Magner
> Area Searching: Minn-Nebr
> Date: 30 Mar 2002
> Francis Magner, b 09 Sept 1858 in Minnesota died Jan 9, 1912 in Grand Island, NE. Had recently married Francis Whipple, 2nd marriage. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
> I have Mr. Magner's death certificate, but nothing else.
>

 

Subj:

Magner Query

Post: Yes
Your Name: Kathleen O'Donnell
Email: Dobre711@yahoo.com
Surname: Magner
Area Searching:
Date: 04 Apr 2002
Re: Mae Magner
I'm a relative of William Clare, brother of Michael Clare. Mae Magner died Jan 28, 1985 in Clearwater, FL. Mae is buried with her parents and Clare grandparents in Calvary (Woodside, NY), Section 35, Range 4, Plot R, Grave 17. According to Michael Clare's Civil War papers, Phoebe's maiden name was Roberge.

 

 

>Post: Yes

>Your Name: Merle Magner

>Email: merleadean@aol.com

>Surname: Magner

>Area Searching: New York

>Date: 19 Aug 2002

>Looking for info regarding family tree and roots in Ireland. My father Edward Joseph Magner born 1911 Buffalo NY

 

 

>Post: Yes

>Your Name: Sarah Elizabeth

>Email: sarah666_2002@hotmail.com

>Surname: Magnier-Ashton

>Area Searching: United Kingdom/Ireland-County Cork

>Date: 20 Aug 2002

>I am searching for relatives of a James Magnier, known as Jimmy. He was born in County Cork Ireland and was a jockey for some years, he later moved to a small village called Rainford in the north west of the UK. He married a woman called Stella Hall and had two children namely Tracey Anne Magnier and Melvin Magnier. He has several brothers and sisters, one of which is called Peggy who came to Rainford with one of her sisters, her name is unknown. His father was called David and mother possibly called Mary but that has not been confirmed If you think you know how I can contact Peggy or if you know any of Jimmy’s brothers or sisters could you get in touch, thanks Sarah Magnier-Ashton, grand daughter of Jimmy Magnier.

 

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>Post: Yes

>Your Name: Rita Chesterton

>Email: rchesterton@erols.com

>Surname: FITZGIBBON

>Area Searching: cork

>Date: 06 Oct 2002

>Does anyone have knowledge of FITZGIBBON families in the area of Magner Castle or Cloyne Parish in the early to mid-1800's? Also surnames Maguire or Bannon?

 

10/08/2002 9:02:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time

stjoan@ismi.net

 

Hi, I am a relative of Ellen Magner from Cork Ireland who married John Leahy.

 

 

Magner's

10/14/2002 12:05:18 AM Eastern Daylight Time

DeaWiz@aol.com
Am doing a family history on the Gilliatt clan and have some additional information for your tree:

Russell Magner married Zula Ruth Weeks on 27 November 1918 in Orange County, Indiana. Their children were: Leonard, another son (name unknown), and Leland (born in 1919 and died 29 July 1975)

Zula's parents were: Lucy Margaret Gilliatt (B: 23 March 1869 and died 19 July 1954 in French Lick, Indiana) and Caswell Leonard Weeks (B: 7 October 1868 and died 10 February 1959, also in Orange County, Indiana) They were married October 1880 in Orange County, Indiana
Caswell's parents were: Willis Weeks and Sarah Leonard.

This information comes from the bible and family records of Connie Webb of Needham, IN, who has a history of the descendants of Lucy Margaret Gilliatt.

Sincerely, DeAnne Gilliat Hays (Durham, NC)

 

Gallagher-Magner/Magnier

10/20/2002 9:35:55 AM Eastern Daylight Time

janfortado@attbi.com

Jim, have you ever come across this information that might connect the family to your family?

A William Gallagher married a Mary Magnier/Magner in Kildorrery on February 1, 1894, with John Foley and Mary Fouhy as sponsors.

I am making progress on my Gallagher families - two of them. It is so interesting to see families living almost next door to family that later became connected to mine. As an example, James Kenny married V. Ann Carroll in Kildorrery, Cork. Their son Dennis, my grandfather, married Annie Gallagher, daugther of John Gallagher and Ellen Roche. The Carrolls were from Kildorrery and the Gallaghers - one family from Glanworth parish and another from Ballynoulty, Kildorrery. They never met that we know of in Ireland.

James Kenny's oldest daughter married Tom Hannigan of Darragh, Limerick. They were married in the parish of Glenroe and Ballyorgan. John Gallagher was probably baptized in the same parish since his father, of Ballynoulty, left Cork and settled in Houndscourt, Limerick. So I am still tracing the Ballynoulty, Kildorrery, Gallaghers because that is their origin, at least as far back as 1700, and I am now looking into Houndscourt, Limerick records.

John Gallagher, mentioned above, had a brother Michael of Houndscourt. He too married a Roche from Glanworth. They settled back in the Kildorrery parish. So I am trying to follow their family. I would actually like to find a living descendant.

The above William is either one of Michael's sons or one of the Glanworth Gallaghers. I lean toward the former, but there were Fouhys mixed in with the Glanworth family.

Just thought I would check.....

Jan

Janfortado@attbi.com

 

 

 

Charles Francis Magner

10/20/2002 10:43:32 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Manningham@msn.com

I am searching for information about these individuals.

"MANNINGHAM-MAGNER

The wedding of Miss Emily Manningham of 355 Lebanon avenue, daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. J. T. Manningham of Quebec, Canada, to Charles Francis Magner of 828 upper Barkerville road, took place this morning at 8o’clock at St. Mark’s church. Rev. Martin J. Tracey performed the ceremony. Miss Eleanor Eagan presided at the organ. The attendants were Mr. And Mrs. John Manger, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of henna crepe-de-chine, a hat in harmony, and a corsage of Ophelia roses. The matron of honor was attired in navy blue crepe-de-chine, a hat to match, and a corsage of American Beauty roses. A wedding breakfast followed at Hotel Wendell. Mr. And Mrs. Manger will be at home after October 15 at 828 upper Barkerville road. The bride who is a native of Canada has spent the last two years in this city. She has been employed as a nurse. The bridegroom is a veteran of the American-Spanish war. Most of his life has been spent in this city. He is custodian of the United States Post Office. The couple presented their attendants with gold pieces. The bridegroom gave his bride a pearl necklace."

Observations: Marriage had to be after 1914 because both parents had died.

Marie-Emile Manningham was born at 3:00 AM on Thursday January 20, 1887 at Ste Julie de Somerset, Quebec, Canada the daughter of John Thompson Manningham/Monaghan and Anastasie Couture. She was a nurse in a TB camp possibly in Pittburg, Pennsylvania.

Most of his life has been spent in this city. He was custodian of the United States Post Office. Veteran of military of the Spanish American War of 1898. They had 2 children Mary and John Magner.

 

 

Re: Itasca Snow Magner

10/20/2002 11:44:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time

rportsch@ix.netcom.com

Hi Jim:

Thank you for your response to my message, and providing me with the information submitted by Taryn M. Brinson. I see she is looking for Itasca Snow Magner, born Poplar Bluff, Missouri, in 1883, and I do believe that the Itasca Magner that I referred to is the same person. This would mean that the Blanch Magner, born in Indiana, was Itasca's mother. I don't know who Blanch Magner's husband was.

I am really a League researcher, and have been on the trail of Archie William League. He was the son of Archean (Archie) League and Itasca Snow Magner League.

It appears Blanch Magner's husband, ????? Magner, passed away prior to 1910. This family is shown in the 1910 Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri census. Blanch Magner is shown as the head of household, age 47, a widow, living on Main Street, born Indiana, father and mother both born in Indiana. Her occupation is shown as a seamstress. (I suspect her husband was Archean League.)

Thank you,

Bob Portsche

----- Original Message ----- From: JimMagner@aol.com To: rportsch@ix.netcom.com Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2002 10:13 AM Subject: Itasca Snow Magner


reply to:
Magner from Indiana to Missouri
Posted by: robert portsche robert portsche
rportsch@ix.netcom.com
Date: October 19, 2002

Looking for a
Magner family that was in Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, about 1880. The husband passed away by 1910. The widow, Blanch Magner, born Indiana, was 47 years old in 1910, thus birth year of about 1863. They had a daughter named Itasca, born about 1884 in Missouri.

Their daughter Itasca married a man named Archean (Archie) League. Archie League and his wife Itasca, were living in Poplar Bluff with Blanch
Magner as the head of the household.

Would apprciate any information. Bob Portsche

 

Charles Francis Magner from MA or PA about 1914
10/20/2002 4:25:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Manningham@msn.com


This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Magner, Manningham, Monaghan, Couture, Thompson
Classification: Query

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/Imx.2ACEB/84
I am searching for information about these individuals.

"MANNINGHAM-MAGNER
The wedding of Miss Emily Manningham of 355 Lebanon avenue, daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. J. T. Manningham of Quebec, Canada, to Charles Francis Magner of 828 upper Barkerville road, took place this morning at 8o’clock at St. Mark’s church. Rev. Martin J. Tracey performed the ceremony. Miss Eleanor Eagan presided at the organ. The attendants were Mr. And Mrs. John Manger, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of henna crepe-de-chine, a hat in harmony, and a corsage of Ophelia roses. The matron of honor was attired in navy blue crepe-de-chine, a hat to match, and a corsage of American Beauty roses. A wedding breakfast followed at Hotel Wendell. Mr. And Mrs. Manger will be at home after October 15 at 828 upper Barkerville road. The bride who is a native of Canada has spent the last two years in this city. She has been employed as a nurse. The bridegroom is a veteran of the American-Spanish war. Most of his life has been spent in!
this city. He is custodian of the United States Post Office. The couple presented their attendants with gold pieces. The bridegroom gave his bride a pearl necklace."

Observations: Marriage had to be after 1914 because both parents had died.

Marie-Emile Manningham was born at 3:00 AM on Thursday January 20, 1887 at Ste Julie de Somerset, Quebec, Canada the daughter of John Thompson Manningham/Monaghan and Anastasie Couture. She was a nurse in a TB camp possibly in Pittburg, Pennsylvania.

Most of his life has been spent in this city. He was custodian of the United States Post Office. Veteran of military of the Spanish American War of 1898. They had 2 children Mary and John Magner.

 

 

10/21/2002 1:18:27 AM Eastern Daylight Time

Stgabrielpsc@aol.com
Hi

This is what I found on your webpage, and part of the information interested me. The Doodys who came with the Peter Robinson Settlers, on the Fortitude. These are my ancestors, are they connected to you?

Regards
Sheila Hennessy, Mississauga, Ont.

 

Your Name: Edwin Magnier>

Email: zolamag@hotmail.com>

Surname: Magnier>

Area Searching: Fermoy Co. Cork

Peter Robinson's Settlers 1823-1825 by Carol Bennett. On page 106 of this book there is: Patrick Lee, age 40, came on the "Fortitude" [this is the same ship that my ancestors (Doody) came at the same time].

> Your Name: edwin magnier
> Email: zolamag@hotmail.com

 

10/24/2002 6:50:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time

magnerclan@hotmail.com

 

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

>Post: Yes

>Your Name: Jim Magner

>Email: jmagner@acosta.com

>Date: 22 Oct 2002

>Hi. My name is James Matthew Magner. My brother, Jeffrey Mark Magner, and I are sons of James Michael and Linda Magner. James Michael is the son of James and Rose (O’Grady). James Michael has a brother Michael (New Orleans) and two sisters Maureen and Geraldine. (Both in Long Island).

>Hope to hear from someone!!

Reply:

Jim was connected to James William Magner & Roselyn O’Grady out of NY, originally County Tipperary, Ireland

  Descendants of Thomas Magner / Hennessey

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

 

e is also connected to the

 

10/24/2002 6:52:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time

magnerclan@hotmail.com

>Post: Yes

>Your Name: George Arthur Magner Jr.

>Email: georgemagner@msn.com

>Surname: Magner

>Area Searching: Pascoag, R.I. and Ireland

>Date: 22 Oct 2002

>I an interested in any information that can link my heritage to Ireland.

>My Grandfather was John J. Magner who died April 6, 1906 at the age of 46 in Pascoag, R.I. The record of his death is recorded in the town of Burrillville R.I. He was born in Whipples, R.I. His father was born in Ireland and his wife’s name was Catharine

 

 

Magner from Indiana

10/25/2002 12:13:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time

WOLF04RAM@aol.com
Hi my name is Robert Magner I live in Indiana I'm trying to find info on the clan and try to see if my grandpa jack is apart of it.
if you can give me some websites that i can trace him back to Ireland it would help. The reason I ask is he says on his side we're from Germany but I still think we have Irish blood. thanks a lot.

 

 

 

Magner website change of email address

Jim,

I have changed my email address from belltim@bigpond.com to

bernadetteabell@hotmail.com

I would hate any potential relatives not to find me.

Thanks

Bernadette Bell

 

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

>Date: 20 May 2002 10:25:38 -0600

>Post: Yes

>Your Name: David Wayne Baker

>Email: bakerasg@aol.com

>Surname: Magner

>Area Searching: ohio

>Date: 20 May 2002

>My Granfather was Vern Ray Magner b Jan 1891 He was married to Elva Jeanetta Ross May They had 2 children Audry b.? and Majorie Kathlene (my mother) b Aug 1915-d Jun 1985. I have a little more info if any one would like it, also a couple Pictures.

 

 

 

Gazetteer and Business Directory Of Allegany County, N.Y. for 1875Compiled and published by Hamilton Child

http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyallega/childs-andover.html

 


MAGNER BROTHERS, (Andover,) (John D., Frank W., Thomas J. and Robert E.,) r 23, carriage, wagon and sleigh manufacturers.

MAGNER, DAVID, (Andover,) r 41, farmer 217.

MAGNER, FRANK W., (Andover,) (Magner Brothers)

MAGNER, JOHN D., (Andover) (Magner Brothers)

 MAGNER, ROBERT E., (Andover,) (Magner Brothers)

MAGNER, THOMAS J., (Andover,) (Magner Brothers)

 

Coles County Marriages 1851 - 1870

http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/doc/general/angelfire_popunder.html

 

Magner, John M. 1861

 Magner, Rebecca Ann 1857

Magner, Sophia Josephine 1857

 

TYLER COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA CEMETERIESGREENWOOD CEMETERY

Recorded March 31, 2002 BY: Steve McAnarney and Gary Patterson

http://www.ovis.net/~garyp/greeni-m.htm

Magner, Ellen E. 1910 1971

 Magner, Joanna B. 1872 1959

Magner, Joseph E. 1871 1953

Magner, Mary C. 1905 1976

 

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/Imx.2ACEB/6.12

Hi,

Hope you are still around. I show that John Edward Magner & his wife, Kate (Mary Catherine Miller ?), buried Parsons, Kansas, children Evalou Magner (m. Holler), Edith Magner (m. Amour), Mable Magner (m. Parker), Walter Magner, Bess Magner (m. David Unk), & Frank Magner.

John was the son of Lanville M. Magner and his wife, Anna Mary Taggart. He (Lanville) b. 11 Feb 1838 Orange Co., IN, d. 22 Aug 1908. Anna b. 14 Oct 1838, m. 22 Dec 1859. This is a large family, my daughter-in-law is a gr.grand daughter of John's youngest sister.
Hope this helps, Sharon

 

mick_howard@hotmail.com
Jim

The following are the Magniers I found - don’t know if the all had 'i' or not as priests weren’t the clearest of writers. Hope this helps - the Bolman on your list is probably Bulman as it was had various spellings
Mick

Castletownroche
3 Jul 1827 ?Jarnadine? Bulman M James Murphy Robt Bulman/ James Magnier

1 Feb 1828 Johanna Bulman M John Brown John Bulman/ James Magnier

Annakissy
26 Dec 1808 Mary Wm Bulman/ Mary Owens James Magnier/ Nancy Kiely

Ballyhooly
15 Feb 1814 John Robert Bulman/ Ellen Keeffe Arthur Keeffe/ Eliza Magnier

18 Mar 1819 Margatet Robert Bulman/ Ellen Keeffe David Magnier/ Nell
Keeffe

22 Jul 1832 Jeremiah Domonick Bulman/ Elizabeth Mackey Thos Bulman/ Ellen
Magnier

Rathcormack
5 Jul 1859 Hanora Thos Bulman/ Julia Keeffe James Magnier/ Johanna ?

 


Subj:    Re: David Magner 

Date:            03/20/2002 12:01:20 PM Eastern Standard Time

From:    pmagner@MIT.EDU (Pat Magner)

 

Hi  Jim

 

  This would be great if you were related. I have never seen anybody do such a great job on a web site.  I am so impressed.

 

As Far as I can tell: Family roots  Magner   in    Ireland   Town Castletown  Berehaven  area 1860  to sometime before birth of 1st child Catherine 1882 Salem Ma

 I did come accross connections between  two Walsh sisters and Gallagher.   My Grandfather's cemetery plot is shared by Family of Bessie Gallagher .  This is located in Salem Mass I know that my great grandfather  was a coachman in Ireland who fell in love with employer's daughter and left for America.  I  I don't have dates or locations of weddings or arrival in the US

 

   _________   Magner        m            Mary  Walsh              ?       William Wallace        m                Catherine Burns

 

 

 David Magner bn 1860   died      1930  Boston                   ?       Catherine Wallace bn 1861     died 1900 Boston

                                                                                         coachman teamster born  maybe  Dunmanway , Fanlobbus  Cork Emmigration  date unknown

Residency               Salem Mass  1890 Boston, MA   1890       

1)              Catherine 1882 -18   buried  Salem MA

 

2)              John 1890 - 1930       m        Ellen Veronica McKendry   died 1971

       died  Boston fire department                  died  Somerville, MA horse team driver

1)      William  1915 - 1997  married M Barbara  Collins               

 

                                                                1)   Mary 1     1949   -                       

                                                                2)    Patricia          1956    -                              

 

                             

      2)      Ann Cecile     1927-   1975?   M John White

                                                       

       1) Kathleen      1952?  -

 

       3)      Marie Celine   1927   -  2000

                                                                                      

Thanks for all the information

Pat Magner

t 1:31 PM 3/19/02 -0500, JimMagner@aol.com wrote:

E-mail:pmagner@mit.edu     Tue Aug 14 15:58:03 2001

Name: pat magner

Ancestor: MARY WALSH MAGNER

Birth Date: about 1840

Spouse's Name: DAVID MAGNER

Migration Path:

Notes: MAGNER DAVID b 1860 WALLACE CATHERINE BOSTON  

Pat, I was reading you David Magner information on the Walsh Board  

Was David born in Ireland and if so - do you know his date of arrival? A David Magner arrived in 1880 with my g-grandfather Thomas Magner along with a John Magner, who I cannot account for either. We have verbal history of a brother "going off to the Boston area" but have never been able to locate him.  

Also I have been researching an Ellen Walsh that married John Magner at Oldcastletown, Cork about 1830. I am searching two set of children for the same John Magner of Cork

Thank you,

Jim Magner

 

 

 

MAGNER GENEALOGY

NAME

YEAR OF BIRTH

PLACE OF BIRTH

DIED

FROM

OCCUPATION

SPOUSE

BORN

DIED

PLACE OF BIRTH

WILLIAM H.

1850

IRELAND

ARRIVED 1865

1919

EAST BOSTON

US CUSTOMS SERVICE COURIER

JULIA W.

1852

 

IRELAND

CHILDREN

JAMES

1872

 

 

 

US ARMY

 

 

 

 

WILLIAM H.

10/17/1873

EAST BOSTON

12/18/1914

CHARLESTOWN, MA

BOSTON FIREFIGHTER

MARY MOLINEAUX

 

 

MA

PATRICK

1875

 

 

BOSTON, MA

SHIPPER, PLUMBER

 

 

 

 

ANNIA

1885

 

 

BOSTON, MA

 

 

 

 

 

WILLIAM AND MARY'S CHILDREN

WILLIAM

6/1/1901

 

4/1983

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRANCIS

 

 

 

 

 

NONE

 

 

 

JOSEPH

11/12/1909

 

12/1976

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOHN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAMES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HENRY

9/23/1907

CHARLESTOWN, MA

1/25/1996

 

 

GERTRUDE MAGUIRE

 

 

 

HENRY AND GERTRUDE'S CHILDREN

HENRY

 

 

 

 

 

MARY

 

 

 

ROBERT

 

MA

 

 

 

MARYELLEN

 

 

 

ROBERT AND MARYELLEN'S CHILDREN

 

 

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