of James Magner
Mike Magner MMAGNER1@AOL.COM
Generation No. 1
1. JAMES1 MAGNER was born Abt. 1810 in Ireland, and died in Ireland. He married MARY MALONEY February 07, 1837 in Ballyhooly, County Cork, Ireland, daughter of PATRICK MALONEY and ELIZABETH JOHNSON. She was born Abt. 1810 in Ireland.
Notes for JAMES MAGNER:
Marriage of James and Mary Maloney (Molony) Magner 2/7/1837
Married in Ballyhooly by Fr. D. Foley
Witnessed by Daniel Connors & Lawrence Magner
The following Mallow area listings have been extracted from:
Land Owners in Ireland: Return of Owners of Land of One Acre and Upwards in the several Counties, Counties of Cities, and Counties of Towns In Ireland
Showing the names of such Owners arranged Alphabetically in each County; their addresses - as far as could be ascertained - the extent of Statute Acres, and the Valuation in each case; together with the number of Owners in each County of less than One Statute Acre in extent; and the total Area and Valuation of such properties; and the Grand Total of Area and Valuation for all Owners of property in each County of a City, or County of a Town. To which is added A Summary for Each Province and for all of Ireland
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty
1876 Reprinted 1988 by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland
Name of Owner Address of Owner Acres Roods Perches £ s
Magner, James Kilquaire, Ballyhooly 56 3 0 43 5
Marriage Notes for JAMES MAGNER and MARY MALONEY:
Witnessed by Daniel Connors and Lawrence Magner. Priest was D. Foley. These records were obtained from Fr. Denis O'Connor at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Castletownroche, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland when Leslie and I visited in May of 1998. Records went back to 1811 only.
Children of JAMES MAGNER and MARY MALONEY are:
b. January 09, 1838, Cork, Ireland; d. May 30, 1909, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. December 21, 1839, Cork, Ireland; d. August 11, 1902, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. December 05, 1841, Cork, Ireland.
for PATRICK MAGNER:
by Fr. W. Hogan. Godparents were
William Molony and Bridget Hegarty.
b. March 19, 1844, Cork, Ireland; d. December 24, 1924, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
b. December 30, 1845, Cork, Ireland.
for EUGENE MAGNER:
by Fr. W. Hogan. Godparents were
Jer. Murphy and Honora Roberts.
b. June 27, 1847, Cork, Ireland.
for JOHANNA MAGNER:
Baptized by Fr. W.
Hogan. God-parents were Cornelius
Sheehan and Jane Lombard..
Generation No. 2
2. EDWARD FRANCIS2 MAGNER (JAMES1) was born January 09, 1838 in Cork, Ireland, and died May 30, 1909 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married MARY ELLEN MCCOY in London, England, daughter of MICHAEL MCCOY and ELLEN HINES. She was born February 07, 1846 in Ireland, and died December 18, 1935 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Notes for EDWARD FRANCIS MAGNER:
Death certificate shows Edward born 12/15/1842. His headstone at St. Mary's Cemetery in Norwalk says 1836. I have decided to go by the records found at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Castletownroche, County Cork, Ireland, as presented by Fr. Denis O'Connor. Who knows which dates are right? Fr. John Fitzpatrick baptized him and Godparents were Daniel Conners and Catherine Magner.
Notes for MARY ELLEN MCCOY:
Obituary: MRS. MARY MAGNER, 92, WIDELY KNOWN, DIES.
Mrs. Mary Magner of 8 Couch Street, known as the oldest Irish settler of Norwalk, died last night at her home in her 91st year. Mrs. Magner, who was the mother of 12 children, 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren, came to Norwalk before the start of the Civil War, and witnessed the growth of the city.
She leaves three sons, James H. and Jown W. Magner of this city and Thomas, of Milford, as well as a daughter, Mrs. John Johnson, with whom she made her home.
Funeral services will be held at the late home at 8:30 o'clock Friday morning and 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's church.
More About MARY ELLEN MCCOY:
Fact 1: December 20, 1935, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
Marriage Notes for EDWARD MAGNER and MARY MCCOY:
Jenna Magner Johnson - "My parents were married in London and came to the U.S. - 1865 - Civil War was about over. They were 21 days en route by ship. Went to Georgetown, Ct. to the home of father's Uncle Patrick Maloney - father of Katy and Patsy. Remember when my dad served as groomsman for Bob Miller, mother was 18 and she was shown great kindness. They always gave them horse and carriage to drive to Danbury to mass. They then moved to Norwalk. Bought a piece of land and neighbors got together and built their first home. Quiet (?) Jim was born in Georgetown. While the house was being constructed, they lived in a house nearby which they turned over to the Skidd family later. My parents brought Mr. and Mrs. Skidd with 11 children to this house. They already had two daughters in this country. They were a wonderful family and struggled hard to success."
Children of EDWARD MAGNER and MARY MCCOY are:
b. November 26, 1866, Georgetown, Connecticut; d. May 08, 1948, Norwalk,
b. October 28, 1874, Norwalk, CT; d. July 22, 1893, Norwalk, CT.
b. March 06, 1869, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. December 09, 1923, Norwalk,
b. March 07, 1869, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. April 25, 1953, Bridgeport,
b. August 04, 1878, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. October 08, 1932, Norwalk,
Connecticut; m. VIOLETTA
b. June 14, 1868, Brooklyn, New York; d. January 17, 1937, Norwalk, Connecticut.
for AUGUSTUS PATRICK
owner and operator of the City Hotel and Saloon, 38-40 South Main St., S.
Norwalk, with a John Troy, around 1912, just when big brother Jim was getting
into the funeral business and Eddie had Magner & Flynn's.
1: October 11, 1932, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
1: January 19, 1937, Rowayton Union Cemetery, Rowayton, Ct.
b. February 22, 1881, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. August 11, 1962, Norwalk,
b. February 1884, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. December 23, 1932, Norwalk,
December 26, 1932, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
b. May 11, 1885, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. June 05, 1981, Norwalk, Connecticut;
d. May 1944.
About JENNIE MAGNER:
1: June 08, 1981, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
About JOHN JOHNSON:
Fact 1: May 26, 1944,
St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk.
3. ELIZABETH2 MAGNER (JAMES1) was born December 21, 1839 in Cork, Ireland, and died August 11, 1902 in Norwalk, Connecticut. She married JOHN SKIDD, son of WILLIAM SKIDD and CATHERINE UNK.. He was born 1836 in Cork, Ireland, and died August 16, 1888 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Notes for ELIZABETH MAGNER:
Death certificate shows birth date as May 13, 1841. Baptized by Fr. W. Hogan.
God-parents were James Molony and Jane Molony.
Children of ELIZABETH MAGNER and JOHN SKIDD are:
b. January 15, 1871, Cork, Ireland; d. March 02, 1902, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. September 26, 1884, Cork, Ireland; d. January 28, 1960, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. March 17, 1878; d. August 21, 1948, Norwalk, CT.
b. March 15, 1876, Cork, Ireland; d. August 15, 1958, Norwalk, CT.
St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
4. JAMES S.2 MAGNER (JAMES1) was born March 19, 1844 in Cork, Ireland, and died December 24, 1924 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He married (2) MARGARET CRANE, daughter of MICHAEL CRANE and MARY. She was born February 15, 1852 in Ireland, and died May 27, 1924 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Notes for JAMES S. MAGNER:
Death certificate shows that James was born in 1849. Baptized by Fr. W. Hogan.
God-parents were John Roberts and Joanna Murphy.
OBIT: JAMES MAGNER, OLD RESIDENT, DIES SUDDENLY James S. Magner of 82 Fairfield Avenue, one of Norwalk's oldest residents, died Wednesday in St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, after a brief illness. Mr. Magner was born in Ireland and came to Norwalk in 1865. Three years ago, he resigned his position with the Crofut and Knapp Company, after having been employed by that company for forty-two years. He was a member of the South Norwalk Council, Knights of Columbus. He is survived by four children, Sister M. De Chantel, Mother Superior of Laurelton Hall, Milford, Mrs. Michael Brennan of New Haven, John E. Magner and Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell of this city. The funeral will be held from the late home tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock and from St. Joseph's Church at 10:00. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery. Arrangements handled by Collins FH, the pallbearer's were: Thomas Skidd, Patrick Skidd, John Skidd, Harold Skidd, Thos. Skidd, Jr. all nephews of the deceased.
Child of JAMES S. MAGNER is:
b. 1874, Cork, Ireland; d. January 11, 1885, Norwalk, Connecticut.
Children of JAMES MAGNER and MARGARET CRANE are:
b. February 12, 1883, Norwalk, CT; d. September 02, 1949, Ossining, New York; m.
June 28, 1911; d. August 18, 1935.
b. June 26, 1888, Norwalk, CT; d. February 20, 1966, Norwalk, Connecticut; m. WALTER
b. October 26, 1885, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. January 27, 1965, Norwalk,
b. March 27, 1887, So. Norwalk, CT; d. March 25, 1945, Ossining, N.Y..
b. Abt. December 05, 1874; d. January 11, 1885, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. July 06, 1874, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. April 14, 1912, Norwalk, Connecticut.
Generation No. 3
5. JAMES HENRY3 MAGNER (EDWARD FRANCIS2, JAMES1) was born November 26, 1866 in Georgetown, Connecticut, and died May 08, 1948 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married ELIZABETH FRANCES CLAVEN June 27, 1889 in Norwalk, Connecticut, daughter of JAMES CLAVEN and BRIDGET HORAN. She was born July 29, 1867 in Norwalk, CT, and died November 16, 1954 in Norwalk, CT.
Notes for JAMES HENRY MAGNER:
Obituary: JAMES H. MAGNER, LONG ILL, DIES. Was Retired Funeral Director; Previously in Livery Business; Funeral Tuesday.
James H. Magner died this morning at his home, 16 Belden Avenue, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Claven Magner, one son, Paul F. Magner, one daughter, Mrs. J. Frank Wynn, two brothers, Thomas J. of Bridgeport, and John W. of Norwalk, one sister, Mrs. John Johnson, and seven grandchildren
Mr. Magner was born in Georgetown, Nov. 26, 1866, the son of the late Edward F. and Mary Magner. He was a funeral director in Norwalk for many years until he retired in 1934. He was a member of the Catholic Union Council, Knight of Columbus, the Hope Hose Fire Co.; and a former member of the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association.
Funeral Services will be held from the Magner Funeral Home, 12 Mott Avenue, on Tuesday morning at 9:30 and in St. Mary's Church where a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in the family plot in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening and Monday afternoon and evening.
Mr. Magner attended local public schools. In 1889, he opened a hotel in Connecticut Avenue and sold the business in 1894. He then entered the livery business and while so engaged also learned the undertaking business, serving as assistant to various local funeral directors.
Mr. Magner formed his own business in 1913 which he conducted until his retirement.
He was one of the few men in this city who years ago could drive a four-horse team. Mr. Magner was widely known in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Magner would have been married 59 years next June 27.
HIS FRIENDLINESS A HELP
Friends - and he had many of them - paid respects over the weekend and today to James H. Magner, whose death occurred Saturday after a long illness. This evening others will call at the Magner Funeral Home at 12 Mott Avenue and the final rites will be held from that address at 9:30 o'clock on Tuesday morning, and at 10 o'clock at St. Mary's Church with a solemn mass of requiem.
Today, friends were recalling pleasant memories to which "Jim" Magner contributed. Throughout Norwalk, throughout the valley area to Georgetown where he was born - he was held in high regard. As a livery business proprietor and still more generally as a funeral director, he was known and esteemed.
Probably his philosophy of life as much as anything won "Jim" Magner friends, for he was an optimist by nature, always ready, always determined to see the silver lining. And he helped others do the same. For years he conducted a funeral parlor in Main Street, near the firehouse, back in the "twenties" and "thirties" and many a person with a problem went away with burden lightened after counsel around that little round stove in the backroom at No.34.
"Jim" Magner never did anything to hurt anyone; his kindly nature, cheery way and sense of humor helped a lot of folks. And it is thus that he will be remembered by friends who will see him again in the eternal realm where good friends are reunited at last.
More About JAMES HENRY MAGNER:
Burial: May 11, 1948, St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
Retirement: Retired 1934
Notes for ELIZABETH FRANCES CLAVEN:
Tuesday, November 16, 1954
Mrs. Elizabeth Claven Magner, widow of James H. Magner, passed away this morning after a brief illness. She is survived by one son Paul F. Magner, seven grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Mrs. Magner was born in Norwalk July 29, 1965, the daughter of James and Bridget Claven. The funeral will be held from the Magner Funeral Home, 12 Mot Avenue, Thursday morning at 8:30 to St. Mary's Church for a solemn requiem mass at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in the family plot in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 2 until 5 and 7 until 10.
More About ELIZABETH FRANCES CLAVEN:
Baptism (LDS): August 06, 1865, St. Mary Church, Norwalk, Ct.
Burial: November 18, 1954, St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
Marriage Notes for JAMES MAGNER and ELIZABETH CLAVEN:
James Henry Magner and Elizabeth Claven were wed June 27, 1889 in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 669 West Ave., Norwalk, Ct. Officiating was Rev. W.J. Slocum. Witnesses were Edward Magner, most likely brother of the groom, and Anna Claven, sister of the bride.
On June 27, 1939, an article appeared in the Norwalk Hour stating "J. Frank Wynns Will Honor James H. Magners Tonight", as Dr. J. Frank and Madeline Magner Wynn had a family dinner party honoring the 50th wedding anniversary of the Magners. Also present were Mr. & Mrs. Paul Magner, Mr. & Mrs. James C. Magner, Mr. & Mrs. John Johnson, and the Misses Anna, Julia, and Catherine Claven.
"The couple is well-known in the city, Mr. Magner having conducted here for many years an undertaking establishment, of which his son, James, is now president. Another son, Paul, is a well-known local florist.
Children of JAMES MAGNER and ELIZABETH CLAVEN are:
b. January 25, 1903, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. September 17, 1970, Pompano Beach,
b. June 28, 1890, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. August 28, 1890, Norwalk,
About MARY A. MAGNER:
1: August 29, 1890, St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
b. August 28, 1893, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. February 07, 1953, Norwalk,
b. May 10, 1894, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. August 19, 1894, Norwalk, Connecticut.
b. August 31, 1897, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. November 29, 1941, New York City,
New York; m. FLORENCE JOYCE.
for JAMES CLETUS
MANY ATTEND MAGNER FUNERAL
LARGE NUMBER OF PRIESTS AT SOLEMN HIGH MASS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS REPRESENTED
Funeral services for J. Cletus Magner, well known local undertaker of 12
Mott Avenue, were held on Saturday morning at his late home and at St. Mary's
Church. A solemn high mass of
requiem was celebrated at the church with Rev. George Dyer, with Rev. John F.
Shea of St. Cecilia's Church, Springdale, as deacon, and Rev. Clement C. Shea of
St. Mary's as sub-deacon. Rev John
Hackett of St. Aloysius Church, New Canaan, was the master of ceremonies.
Seated in the sanctuary were Rev. Thomas J. Sullivan D. D., and Rev.
James O. Lambert of the Church of St. Thomas the Apostle; Rev. Joseph Kinney of
the Sacred Heart Church, Devon; Rev. John Fay of St. Patrick's Church, Hartford;
Rev. Joseph Connors, S. J. of Holy Cross College, and Rev. Donal P. O'Connor,
S.J. and Rev. George Codaire, S.J., all of Manresa Institute.
Fathers John Shea, Kinney, Fay and Connors were classmates of Mr. Magner
at Holy Cross. At the processional
Miss Frances Smith sang "Softly and Tenderly", Miss Mary Heaphy sang
"Ave Maria" at the offertory, and after the mass Mrs. Alice Haymes
sang "Some Sweet day". Miss
Heaphy sang "Peace" at the recessional.
Leonard Mineau played the organ. Members
of the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association attended the funeral services
in a body. Pallbearers were Maurice
Devine, Clayton F. Gregory, Dr. Harry Hefferan, Chester Troischel, Daniel
Farrell, John H. Leonard, James Barry, Amos Gerard, Dr. J.J. Millard, John
O'Sullivan, Harry Loach and Matthew Cavanaugh.
Interment took place in the family plot in St. Mary's Cemetery where
commital services were conducted by Father Connors, assisted by Father John Shea,
Father Clement Shea, Father Fay, Father Kinney and Father Hackett.
About JAMES CLETUS
November 29, 1941, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
b. August 31, 1897, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. February 16, 1926, Norwalk,
for RAYMOND JOSEPH
RAYMOND MAGNER DIES AT AGE OF 28
END CAME LAST EVENING AFTER LONG ILLNESS;
DEATH MOURNED BY HOST OF FRIENDS.
Raymond Joseph Magner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Magner of 16 Belden
Avenue, died at the home of his parents last night after a lingering illness.
He was 28 years old. Young
Mr. Magner was widely known in Norwalk and leaves a host of friends who mourn
lad of keen sense of humor and fun, he made friends with all, and his death came
as a sad blow. In his younger
years, he attended and graduated from St. Mary's parochial school and spend 2
years in the Senior High School. Before
he went away for his health, he was a bookkeeper for Devine Brothers.
Besides a father and mother, Mr. Magner is survived by two brothers,
Cletus and Paul, and one sister, Mrs. F. Frank Wynn.
Funeral services are to be held at 8:30 o'clock from the late home and9
o'clock from St. Mary's church. Interment
will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
LAST TRIBUTE PAID TO RAY J. MAGNER
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH
THIS MORNING. VERY LARGE
Raymond Joseph Magner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Magner of 16 Belden
Avenue, was laid to rest this morning at St. Mary's Cemetery.
Funeral Services were held at 8:30 o'clock at the late home and 9 o'clock
at St. Mary's Church. The services
were not only attended by relatives and members of the family but by a host of
friends who had known and loved the young man during his lifetime.
There were many beautiful floral pieces giving mute testimony to the
esteem in which young Mr. Magner was held.
Rev. John F. Shea was celebrant of the solemn high mass at the church,
with Rev Peter J. McLean S. K. of St. Augustine's church, Bridgeport, as
sub-deacon, and Rev. James H. Grady as sub-deacon. The master of ceremonies was Rev. Raymond J. O. Callaghan of
St. Mary's Church in New London. Priests
within the sanctuary during the services were rev. Thomas J. Finn, P.R.; Rev.
Vincent E. Finn of Derby, Rev. Joseph L. Kinney of the United States Veteran's
Hospital at New Haven; Rev, John Fay of Waterbury; Rev. William Murray of
Ferndale; Mr. Michael Mulvoy, C.S. SP, Ferndale; Mr. John Strimiska, C.S. SP,
Ferndale; James Marron, C.S. SP, Ferndale; Rev. Peter McLean of Bridgeport; Rev.
Joseph Reilly of Ferndale. During
the services, Miss Lena Millard sang "Pie Jesu" and at the close of
the services, John Wehle sang "Calvary" and as the body left the
church, "Do Not Forsake Me". The
choir from Ferndale sang "The Benedictus" after the mass.
The committal services at the grave in St. Mary's Cemetery were read by
Rev. Vincent E. Finn. The
pallbearers were Daniel Farrell, Dr. Joseph J. Millard, Charles Devine, Maurice
Devine, James Burns and Edward J. Kelley.
6. EDWARD FRANCIS3 MAGNER (EDWARD FRANCIS2, JAMES1) was born March 06, 1869 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and died December 09, 1923 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married (1) CLARA S. HARPER. She was born 1863. He married (2) ELLEN MALIDAY, daughter of PATRICK MALIDAY and MARY SKELTON. She was born February 08, 1869 in West Stonington, Mass., and died May 30, 1909 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Notes for EDWARD FRANCIS MAGNER:
From 1909 until, Edward F. Magner, along with James E. Flynn, owned and operated The Magner & Flynn Saloon, or Tavern, whatever is was called, at 138 Washington St., South Norwalk. This is the current location of Jeremiah Donovan's, supposedly established around 1889. They ran this establishment until 1924 and then moved to 154 Washington St., with what appears to be a liquor store. Have to find out. Prohibition was just around the corner.
More About EDWARD FRANCIS MAGNER:
Burial: December 12, 1923, St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
Residence: 9 Cedar St., Norwalk, Ct.
Child of EDWARD MAGNER and CLARA HARPER is:
7. THOMAS JOSEPH3 MAGNER (EDWARD FRANCIS2, JAMES1) was born March 07, 1869 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and died April 25, 1953 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He married ELLEN "NELLIE" TOUHEY, daughter of JOHN TOUHEY and ELLEN FITZGERALD. She was born October 1874 in New York City, New York, and died May 25, 1959 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
More About THOMAS JOSEPH MAGNER:
Burial: April 28, 1953, St. Peter's Cemetery, Norwalk
More About ELLEN "NELLIE" TOUHEY:
Burial: May 27, 1959, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
Children of THOMAS MAGNER and ELLEN TOUHEY are:
b. January 09, 1903, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. July 05, 1996, Ormond Beach,
Florida; m. MARY
b. October 31, 1909, Waterbury, Connecticut; d. June 27, 1996, Bridgeport,
Connecticut; m. MARY
b. February 18, 1911, Bridgeport, Connecticut; d. March 21, 1996, Bridgeport,
for ALEXIS PAUL MAGNER:
About ALEXIS PAUL MAGNER:
July 02, 1996, St. Michael's Cemetery, Bridgeport, Ct.
for MARY BRADY:
About MARY BRADY:
March 25, 1996, St. Michael's Cemetery, Bridgeport, Ct.
b. May 22, 1900, Norwalk, Connecticut; d. October 18, 1969, Westwood,
8. JOHN WILLIAM3 MAGNER (EDWARD FRANCIS2, JAMES1) was born February 22, 1881 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and died August 11, 1962 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married LEILA MAY ELWOOD September 15, 1913 in Norwalk, Connecticut, daughter of WILLIS ELWOOD and MARY OLMSTEAD. She was born December 14, 1887 in Ridgefield, Ct., and died March 13, 1958 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
More About JOHN WILLIAM MAGNER:
Burial: August 14, 1962, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
Residence: 4 Lakeview Dr., Norwalk, Ct.
More About LEILA MAY ELWOOD:
Burial: March 15, 1958, St. Mary's Cemetery, Norwalk
Children of JOHN MAGNER and LEILA ELWOOD are:
b. December 01, 1922, Norwalk, CT.
b. August 04, 1926, Norwalk, CT.
b. July 14, 1914, Norwalk, CT; d. March 06, 1978, Norwalk, CT.
b. April 26, 1917, Norwalk, CT; d. December 04, 1988.
9. JAMES FRANCIS3 SKIDD (ELIZABETH2 MAGNER, JAMES1) was born January 15, 1871 in Cork, Ireland, and died March 02, 1902 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married ANNA J. POWERS. She was born in Ireland.
Child of JAMES SKIDD and ANNA POWERS is:
b. October 04, 1899, Norwalk, CT; d. August 30, 1902, Norwalk, CT.
10. WILLIAM MICHAEL3 SKIDD (ELIZABETH2 MAGNER, JAMES1) was born September 26, 1884 in Cork, Ireland, and died January 28, 1960 in Norwalk, Connecticut. He married ELIZABETH JUSTINIAN COLLINS. She was born September 22, 1884 in Danbury, Connecticut, and died September 30, 1972 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
More About WILLIAM MICHAEL SKIDD:
Burial: St. Peter's Cemetery, Danbury, Ct.
More About ELIZABETH JUSTINIAN COLLINS:
Burial: St. Peter's Cemetery, Bridgeport, Ct.
Children of WILLIAM SKIDD and ELIZABETH COLLINS are:
b. March 15, 1916, South Norwalk, Connecticut; d. November 29, 1970, Norwalk,
11. THOMAS PATRICK3 SKIDD (ELIZABETH2 MAGNER, JAMES1) was born in Ireland. He married CATHERINE FITZGIBBONS, daughter of JAMES KEOGH and MARY. She was born March 07, 1868 in Norwalk, Ct., and died June 03, 1951 in Norwalk, CT.
Children of THOMAS SKIDD and CATHERINE FITZGIBBONS are:
b. 1905; d. 1975
b. 1901; d. 1975; m. DAVID
b. 1900; d. 1973.
b. November 15, 1906, Norwalk, CT; d. October 07, 1950, Norwalk, CT.
About ROBERT C. SKIDD:
St. John Cemetery, Norwalk
b. June 03, 1903, Norwalk, CT; d. November 18, 1970, Norwalk, CT.
12. PATRICK F.3 SKIDD (ELIZABETH2 MAGNER, JAMES1) was born March 17, 1878, and died August 21, 1948 in Norwalk, CT. He married AGNES SARAH NEILAN, daughter of PETER NEILAN and UNK. CRONIN. She was born April 18, 1878, and died June 21, 1957 in Norwalk, CT.
More About PATRICK F. SKIDD:
Burial: St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
More About AGNES SARAH NEILAN:
Burial: St. Mary Cemetery, Norwalk
Children of PATRICK SKIDD and AGNES NEILAN are:
b. 1904, Norwalk, CT; d. 1975, Norwalk, CT.
b. April 08, 1909, Norwalk, CT; d. August 05, 1909, Norwalk, CT.
13. JOHN EDWARD3 MAGNER (JAMES S.2, JAMES1) was born March 27, 1887 in So. Norwalk, CT, and died March 25, 1945 in Ossining, N.Y.. He married ETHEL MAY CHADEAYNE June 26, 1909, daughter of WILLIAM CHADEAYNE and LOTTIE PALMER. She was born August 22, 1889 in Kichawan, NY Chadeayne Farm, on Chadeayne Rd., and died May 17, 1964 in Ossining, New York.
Children of JOHN MAGNER and ETHEL CHADEAYNE are:
b. September 04, 1919, Darien, CT.
b. November 23, 1921; d. 1982, Lady Lake, Florida; m. VIRGINIA
April 29, 1945, Ossining, New York; b. October 02, 1919, Ashville, North
Carolina; d. 1986, Lakeland, Florida.
for WILLIAM CHADEAYNE
William was a Staff Sgt.
serving in France during WW I, no children
14. MARIA3 MAGNER (JAMES S.2, JAMES1) was born July 06, 1874 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and died April 14, 1912 in Norwalk, Connecticut. She married THOMAS PATRICK WARD November 18, 1896, son of THOMAS WARD and MARY LYON. He was born June 30, 1871 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and died June 06, 1906 in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Child of MARIA MAGNER and THOMAS WARD is:
b. January 16, 1905.