Stanley McIntyre1

M, b. 18 April 1916, d. 28 October 2000

Citations

  1. [S1612] 1930 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 268, page 16B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  2. [S309] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current, Ancestry.com, Stanley G. McIntyre entry, acessed August 15, 2013.
  3. [S1616] Bartolo McIntyre, Piave Passenger manifest, February 3-12, 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1410, roll 217.
  4. [S1617] Bartolo McIntyre, West Islip Passenger manifest, January 22 1927, Ancestry.com, accessed June 23, 2012, M1388, roll 2.
  5. [S1810] 1940 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 38-327, page 3A, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  6. [S1809] Dun & Bradstreet Reports, online www.corporationwiki.com, Barclay J. McIntyre entry shows relationship to Stanley G. McIntyre. Accessed August 15, 2013.
  7. [S1676] Find A Grave, online http://findagrave.com, Stanley G. McIntyre, Chico Cemetery, Chico, California, FAG Memorial 115520206, accessed March 20, 2015.

Thomas McIntyre

M, b. circa 1874, d. after 14 September 1931

Citations

  1. [S528] 1880 US Census, Oregon, Clackamas County, Highland Precinct, Washington, DC, ED 20, page 10, line 11, Newberry Library, printed 7 June 2003.
  2. [S1496] 1880 US Census, Oregon, Clackamas County, Highland Precinct, Washington, DC, ED20, Page 235B, Ancestry.com, accessed April 2, 2012.
  3. [S370] Oregon City Enterprise, September 11, 1908.
  4. [S1502] The Dalles Weekly Chronicle, September 11 1908.
  5. [S374] Dolly Parker Purcell, "McIntyre Family of Lislea," e-mail to Elaine Watson via e-mail address, April 11, 2003.
  6. [S1499] Morning Enterprise, September 15, 1931, page 1.

Thomas Joseph McIntyre

M, b. 14 April 1878, d. 24 December 1939

Thomas J. McIntyre, wedding day, 1910

  • Baptism: He was baptized at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, on 14 April 1878. Baptismal sponsors were James McIntyre and Mary McIntyre. Baptized by Rev. Thomas Loftus. The Church is also called Tourlestrane..3,4,5
  • Religion*: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was Roman Catholic.6,4
  • Birth*: Thomas was born at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, on 14 April 1878. Although Thomas lists his birthday as April 14, it is most likely that he was born prior to this date as April 14 was his baptism date..6,7,4
  • Note*: He It was required to register a birth within three months or be fined. So, it was common that many births are registered incorrectly, i.e., later than actual, so the parents were not fined in April 1878.
  • Birth2: He was birth2 on 14 July 1878 at Lislea, Aclare, Tobercurry, County Sligo, Ireland.1
  • Residence: He lived in 1901 at 2 James Square, Standish, Standish with Langtree, Lancashire County, England. Thomas was a boarder in the home of widow Bridget Walsh. Also in the home were her daughters Maggie and Maria and her son Matthew. Other borders included Thomas Murtagh (sp?), John McDonogh, James Walsh and John Meehan..8
  • Occupation: He was coal miner/underground laborer in 1901.8
  • Note: He There were two shafts at the Victoria Colliery, located on the South East of Standish, approximately 100 feet to one side of the main railway line from London to Glasgow. Sinking commences at North Pit on 15th May, 1900; a man named Cowburn being the sinker. The first brick was laid on 24th May, Queen Victoria's birthday. South Pit sinking commenced on 25th June, 1900; the first brick being laid as the Royal Train passed the site taking the Queen to Scotland.
    On 2nd February 1901 the first wagon of coal went out from Victoria Colliery - this was from the Riding Mine sunk through at a depth of 76 yards, 2 feet 9 inches. On the same day a service was held at the pit in memory of Queen Victoria, who had died a few days earlier.
    Coal winding ceased at Victoria on 13th June 1958 and the colliery was officially abandoned on 30th May, 1959. between 1900 and 1958.9
  • Emigration: On Thomas' petition for naturalization he stated that he had emigrated on April 14, 1903, a year earlier than actual. He may have given that date as it was required to be in the U.S. for 5 consecutive years before applying for citizenship.10
  • Anecdote: Four other individuals from Aclare, County Sligo, traveled from Queenstown, County Cork with Thomas J. McIntyre. They were Patrick Leonard, age 20; Mary Murphy, age 20, Anne Leonard, age 19 and Anne Leonard, age 21. The sail to New York took seven days from April 14 to April 21, 1904.11
  • Emigration*: He emigrated, on 14 April 1904. Point of origin: Queenstown (Cobh). Passenger list reads: Thomas McIntyre, Age 25, Male, Laborer, Can read and write; Nationality: Ireland; Irish; Last residence: Aclare; Final Destination: Chicago; Ticket to final destination: yes; Paid by: self; In possession of: $20.00; In US before?: No; Who will be joining: Cousin Patrick Madden, 963 North Robey St., Chicago, Ills; Ever in prison: No; Whether polegamist: No; Whether Anarchist: No; Health: Good; Crippled: No.11,12
  • Occupation: He was a laborer on 14 April 1904.11
  • Biography*: The ship S. S. Majestic, part of the White Star Line, left Liverpool, England on April 13, 1904. On April 14 it stopped at Queenstown (now Cohb), Ireland picking up the remainder of its passengers before making the Atlantic crossing. Thomas J. McIntyre boarded the ship in Queenstown. Per the New York Times of April 21, 1904, the ship Majestic was "off Fire Island at 9:18 p.m. April 20." The following day the April 22, 1904 New York Times reports the Majestic arrived on April 21.

    For April, the weather was quite cold when Thomas arrived. The evening of April 20 it was only 34 degrees, more than 20 degrees colder than average for that time of the year. It would warm slightly the next day, but still be colder than normal.

    In 1904, the White Star Line had six ships (Majestic, Arabic, Oceanic, Teutonic, Celtic, and Cedric) that made the trans-Atlantic voyage on a regular basis. Each week, two ships would leave either the port of New York or Liverpool, crossing the ocean. The S. S. Majestic which arrived on April 21, would leave New York City at 10:00 a.m. on April 27 headed again for Queenstown and Liverpool.13
  • Immigration*: Thomas immigrated, on 21 April 1904. Destination: an unknown place . Thomas McIntyre states on the ship's manifest that he is going to his cousin Patrick Madden's home at 963 Robey Street in Chicago, Illinois..11,14
  • Residence*: He lived on 18 March 1908 at 35 Flournoy Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.15
  • Description*: He was described as as having a dark complextion, five feet seven inches tall, weighing 180 pounds with black hair and grey eyes and no distinctive marks. on 18 March 1908.15
  • Naturalization: He petitioned the court to become a citizen on 18 March 1908.15
  • Occupation*: He was Motorman on 18 March 1908.15
  • Residence: He lived on 29 April 1909 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.16
  • Occupation: He was Conductor, Street car on 27 April 1910.17
  • Census1910*: He was census 1910 on 27 April 1910 at 2136 Park Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA; Lived with his brother Lawrence, both were borders.18
  • Naturalization: He petitioned the court to become a citizen at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 26 May 1910. The petition took place in the Superior Court of Cook County Illinois. In addition to his cousin, William Madden, providing information on Thomas McIntyre's Petition for Naturalization, a James Joseph Hallinan, Conductor, living at 740 S. Irving Avenue, Chicago, also did..10
  • Marriage License: He and Ellen Agnes Walsh obtained a marriage license on 2 September 1910 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.19
  • Marriage*: He married Ellen Agnes Walsh at Nativity of Our Lord Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 4 September 1910. They were married by Rev. Edward F. Rice. Witnesses were Laurence McIntyre and Mary Walsh..19,5,2
  • Naturalization*: He swore the oath of allegiance to become a citizen at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA, on 7 October 1910. Index card reads: M253; Thomas McIntyre; 2136 Park Avenue; Certificate # P. 2879; Superior Court, Cook Co. Ill, Place of birth: Gt. Britain-Ireland; Birth date: April 14, 1879; Date and port of arrival in US: Abt. April 14, 1903, NY (note error - this was the date he left Ireland, in 1904); Date of Naturalization: October 7, 1910; Names and address of witnesses: James Joseph Hallinan, 740 S. Irving Ave; William Madden, 2938 Lee Ave. (Probably both in Chicago). Certificate of Naturalization, no. 142375 issued on the 7th day of October, 1910..20,21,10,12
  • Occupation: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was a motorman on the St. Ry. Co. on 23 June 1911.22
  • Address*: As of 23 June 1911, Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh lived at 2541 W. Monroe, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.23
  • Occupation: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was motorman of a street car on 2 January 1913.24
  • Address: As of 2 January 1913, Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh lived at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.24
  • Residence: Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh lived on 19 January 1913 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.25
  • Occupation: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was a motorman on the street railway on 9 April 1914.26
  • Address: As of 9 April 1914, Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh lived at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.27
  • Occupation: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was Motorman, street railway on 19 March 1916.28
  • Residence*: He and Ellen Agnes Walsh lived on 19 March 1916 at 1035 N. Keeler Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.28
  • Residence: Thomas Joseph McIntyre lived on 17 August 1919 at 3116 Fulton Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.29
  • Occupation: He was Motorman St. R R on 17 August 1919.29
  • Occupation: He was Street car motorman on 6 January 1920.30
  • Census1920*: He was census 1920 on 6 January 1920 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.30
  • Illness: He was ill with a stroke. Because of his health, the family took a trip to Ireland. in 1923 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.31
  • Occupation: He was a streetcar motorman on 12 June 1923.32,12
  • Residence: He lived on 12 June 1923 at 3256 W. Harrison Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.32
  • Description: He was described as as being five feet, seven inches tall. He had a normal forehead with a straight nose, plain mouth and round chin. His eyes were hazel grey and his hair was dark grey. He had an oval face with normal complexion and no distinguishing marks. on 12 June 1923.12
  • Anecdote: When Thomas McIntyre filled out the passport application, he listed his children with incorrect ages. He wrote "accompanied by my wife, Ellen, born Ireland, daughter Mary,9, born Chicago; son Lawrence, 7, born Chicago; daughter Blanche, 4, born Chicago; daughter Catherine, 4, born Chicago; son Thomas, 2, born Chicago." The ages of the children were actually: Mary 12, Lawrence 10, Blanche 9, Helen Patricia (Catherine) 7 and Thomas 3. I wonder if the cost of the ship's ticket was less for children under 10?12
  • Biography*: Thomas and Ellen McIntyre with their five children, Mary, Lawrence, Blanche, Catherine (sic) and Thomas and Thomas' sister Mary Egan, sailed from New York aboard the ship Caronia on June 30, 1930 to visit their parents, Lawrence and Mary McIntyre, in County Sligo.12
  • Biography: On July 7, 1923 Thomas and Ellen and their family arrived in Ireland and went through the immigration office there.33
  • Psgr List*: He and Ellen Agnes Walsh were found on a passenger list on 2 September 1923 at Cobh, County Cork, Ireland, Thomas and Ellen McIntyre and their family left from Cobh, County Cork, on September 2, 1923 on the Ship Baltic after visiting his parents for several weeks in Lislea, County Sligo.34
  • Anecdote: The information given on the September 8, 1923 passenger list states that Thomas McIntyre and family lived at 3722 Emerald Avenue. This is the home of his sister Mary McIntyre Egan. Why would he have listed her address and not his? There is a family story that Thomas planned to move to Ireland, but Fr. Tom McIntyre says that is not true.34
  • Psgr List: Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh were found on a passenger list on 8 September 1923 at Ellis Island, New York City, New York County, New York, USA. Thomas and Ellen McIntyre and their family sailed into New York Harbor on September 8, 1923, stopping at Ellis Island, after having sailed across the Atlantic from Ireland.34
  • Occupation: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was a motorman on 1 April 1930.14
  • Census1930*: He was census 1930 on 1 April 1930 at 4737 W. Gladys Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.14
  • Illness*: He was ill with Hypertension and arteriosclerosis between 1937 and 1939.7
  • Retirement*: He was retired in October 1937. He had been a motorman for the Chicago Surface Line for 34 years.7
  • Association*: He was a member in 1939 of the Holy Name society, A. O. H. (Ancient Order of Hibernians), division I; and the A. A. of S. and E. R. E. of A. (Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employees of America), division 241.35
  • Note: In America, the Division is the basic unit of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Divisions are combined into County Boards, which are in turn governed by State Boards, and an overall National Board elected every two years. Annual dances, concerts, and parades sponsored at all levels of the Order raise millions for charity while providing a showcase for the positive contributions the Irish have made in every walk of American life. Divisions and Hibernian Halls across the country have traditionally provided a welcome for new immigrants. Here, the unique art, dance, music, and other interests of the Irish are fostered and preserved, making the AOH a home away from home for many. They are at the forefront of support for issues concerning the Irish such as Immigration Reform, MacBride Legislation, and the Right to Life. They serve their Church well, yet, they never forget their ancestral homeland, and can always be found lobbying, praying, and working for the total independence of a united 32-county Ireland –– as their constitution avows: ``by all means constitutional and lawful''.
    The initials AOH may tell the story best. Those who say it means Add One Hour are describing the easygoing, no rush attitude of many of its members, while America’s Only Hope has been used to define the loyalty of the Irish to the principles of their adopted land. In any case, its members are best described by the statement, To be Irish is a Blessing, To be a Hibernian is an Honor.36
  • Address*: As of December 1939, Thomas Joseph McIntyre lived at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.7
  • Illness: He was ill with Cerebral Hemorrhage on 19 December 1939.7
  • Death*: Thomas died on 24 December 1939 at St. Anne Hospital, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 61.
    Death Notice: McIntyre - Thomas J. McIntyre of 4737 Gladys avenue, beloved husband of Helen Walsh McIntyre, devoted father of Mary C. Kenney, Lawrence F., Blanche C. Elliott, Helen P., and Thomas J. McIntyre brother of Lawrence and the late Mary Egan. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m. from chapel, 4817 W. Madison street, to Resurrection church. Burial Mount Carmel. Member of Holy Name Society, A.O.H., division 1; A.A. of S. and E.C.E of A., division 241. Kindly omit flowers. Austin 1137. Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, Dec 26, 1939, page 16..7,35
  • Funeral: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 27 December 1939 at Resurrection Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.35
  • Burial*: His body was interred on 27 December 1939 at Hillside, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at Mount Carmel Cemetery. He is buried in Lot 78, Block 8, Section 30. The GPS coordinates of the graves is Lat 41.863625N, Log 87.913414W, Alt: 679 feet..37,7,35
  • Blog*: He and Ellen Agnes Walsh were mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyrewalsh.blogspot.com McIntyre/Walsh Genealogy Blog on 18 February 2010.38
  • Blog*: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyreginty.blogspot.com McIntyre/Ginty Genealogy Blog
    on 4 June 2010.38

Family: Ellen Agnes Walsh b. 12 Oct 1881, d. 26 Nov 1941

Citations

  1. [S755] Thomas McIntyre, Irish Birth Certificate no. 130 (September 17, 1878).
  2. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  3. [S16] Thomas McIntyre Baptismal Record, Certificate: Photocopy of certificate in personal file of Elaine M. Beaudoin. Certificate dated 1 January 1918, signed by Rev. Quinn., 14 April 1878, St. Attracta Church.
  4. [S970] Baptismal Registers 1845-1880, Thomas McIntyre Baptismal Entry: Family History Library, MF# 0926015, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 14, 1978, St. Attracta Church.
  5. [S975] Marriage Register: entry for Thomas J. McIntyre and Helen Walsh, September 4, 1910 Nativity of Our Lord Church, Chicago, Illinois, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 1763436, Item 3.
  6. [S16] Thomas McIntyre Baptismal Record, Certificate: Photocopy of certificate in personal file of Elaine M. Beaudoin. Certificate dated January 1, 1918, signed by Rev. Quinn., 14 April 1878, St. Attracta Church.
  7. [S754] Thomas J. McIntyre, Illinois Certificate of Death.
  8. [S521] 1901 British Census, Lancashire County, Standish with Langtree, London, England, RG 13/3547, page 11, household 47, Ancestry.com, accessed September 7, 2005.
  9. [S955] Standish History, online www.standish-history.org.uk, accessed December 8, 2002.
  10. [S513] Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Petition for Naturalization, no. 142375 (7 October 1910), Cook County, Illinois, USA.
  11. [S82] Thomas Joseph McIntyre, Line V Star Majestic Passenger Manifest, 14 April 1904; From 04-04-21 to 04-04-24, reel 449, Vol 859, 860, 861, Reel 449.
  12. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).
  13. [S1165] New York Times, April 21-22, 1904, Various pages, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Accessed April 5, 2010.
  14. [S536] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 1052; Page 9B, Ancestry.com, image 1016.0.
  15. [S514] Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Declaration of Intention, no. 4971 (18 March 1903), Cook County, Illinois, USA.
  16. [S873] Lawrence McIntyre, Majestic Passenger Manifest, Arrival date April 29, 1909; Film, T715, Ancestry.com, accessed April 22, 2007, Roll 1253, Line 9.
  17. [S520] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 700, Sheet 4A, line 30, Ancestry.com, accessed September 6, 2005.
  18. [S520] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 700, Sheet 4A, line 30, Ancestry.com Accessed September 6, 2005.
  19. [S951] McIntyre-Walsh marriage license no. 544397, issued September 2, 1910.
  20. [S971] National Archives and Records Administration Naturalization Index, p. 2879, Naturalization Index for Northern Illinois, Soundex M535, #M1285, Reel 118 (October 7, 1910), Washington, DC.
  21. [S971] National Archives and Records Administration Naturalization Index, p. 2879, National Archives, #M1285, reel 118 (October 7, 1910), Washington, DC.
  22. [S1276] Mary McIntyre, Illinois Birth Certificate no. 11773, Family History Library, MF#1288214, Cook County Birth Certificates 1878-1922 (June 25, 1911).
  23. [S571] Mary Celia McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 11773, Family History Library, MF # 1288214 (June 25, 1911).
  24. [S752] John Francis McIntyre aka Lawrence, Illinois Report of Birth Certificate no. 16536 (January 10, 1913).
  25. [S990] Baptism Register, vol. III, page 299, Lawrence Francis McIntyre Baptismal Record: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 1703795, Item 3, January 19, 1913, St. Malachy Church.
  26. [S575] Blanche Catherine McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 14482 (April 21, 1914).
  27. [S575] Blanche Catherine McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 14482, Family History Library, MF#1288321 (April 21, 1914).
  28. [S763] Ellen Patricia McIntyre, Illinois Certificate of Birth no. 8402 (April 21, 1916).
  29. [S564] Thomas J. McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 26080, Family History Library, MF # 1,308,899 (August 27, 1919).
  30. [S526] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 854, sheet 2A, line 41, Newberry Library, printout April, 1998.
  31. [S965] Thomas J. McIntyre C.M. 40th Anniversary slide presentation, April 24, 1990 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  32. [S908] Mary Egan, U. S. Passport Application, no. 311285 (issued June 15, 1923).
  33. [S984] Thomas J. McIntyre US Passport, issued June 15, 1923 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  34. [S952] Thomas McIntyre, Baltic Passenger List, September 2 - 8, 1923, http://www.ellisisland.org, accessed September 28, 2005.
  35. [S954] Chicago Tribune, December 26, 1939, Record no. 19391226dn073, accessed February 2, 2005.
  36. [S956] Ancient Order of Hibernians, online http://www.aoh.com/index.html, accessed July 23, 2009.
  37. [S285] Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Burials.
  38. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  39. [S571] Mary Celia McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 11773 (June 25, 1911).

Thomas Joseph McIntyre

M, b. 17 August 1919, d. 29 November 2009

Thomas J. McIntyre, CM
1950

  • Residence: Thomas Joseph McIntyre lived on 17 August 1919 at 3116 Fulton Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.2
  • Birth*: Thomas was born at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 17 August 1919.2
  • Residence*: Thomas, an unknown person 's child, resided with an unknown person at 3116 Fulton Street, at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, on 6 January 1920.3
  • (Witness) Biography: Thomas and Ellen McIntyre with their five children, Mary, Lawrence, Blanche, Catherine (sic) and Thomas and Thomas' sister Mary Egan, sailed from New York aboard the ship Caronia on June 30, 1930 to visit their parents, Lawrence and Mary McIntyre, in County Sligo.4
  • (Witness) Biography: On July 7, 1923 Thomas and Ellen and their family arrived in Ireland and went through the immigration office there.5
  • (Witness) Psgr List: He was found on a passenger list with Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh on 2 September 1923 at Cobh, County Cork, Ireland; Thomas and Ellen McIntyre and their family left from Cobh, County Cork, on September 2, 1923 on the Ship Baltic after visiting his parents for several weeks in Lislea, County Sligo.6
  • (Witness) Psgr List: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was found on a passenger list with Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh on 8 September 1923 at Ellis Island, New York City, New York County, New York, USA; Thomas and Ellen McIntyre and their family sailed into New York Harbor on September 8, 1923, stopping at Ellis Island, after having sailed across the Atlantic from Ireland.6
  • Education: Thomas Joseph McIntyre was educated between 1925 and 1933 at Resurrection Grammar School, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.7
  • Employment: He had a newspaper stand on the Westside of Chicago between 1926 and 1935.7
  • Residence: Thomas, an unknown person 's child, resided with an unknown person at 4737 W. Gladys Avenue, at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 1 April 1930.8
  • Education: He was educated between 1933 and 1937 at St. Mel High School, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.7
  • Occupation*: He was a accountant or auditor before 4 June 1942.9
  • Milit-Beg*: He began military service on 4 June 1942. His Army Serial Number was 36345231. He enlisted in Chicago, Illinois. He was a private grade Warrant Officer. At the time of enlistment, he had three years of college. I believe he spent six months in the service and was discharged for medical reasons.9,7
  • Event-Misc*: He was granted membership in the Congregation of the Mission on 17 October 1942.10
  • Event-Misc: He was granted religious vows in the Congregation of the Mission on 18 October 1944.10
  • Education: He was educated in 1946 at St. Mary's Seminary, Perryville, Perry County, Missouri, USA, receiving a B.A. in Philosphy.10
  • Hisholyord*: Thomas was ordained into the priesthood on 4 June 1950. Ordained into the Congregation of the Mission or Vincentian priest..11,10
  • Education*: He was educated between 1950 and 1951 at Catholic University of America, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, where he studied economics and finance at the graduate level and received a Master's degree in economics.12,7,10
  • Employment*: He was employed between 1951 and 1957 at Queen of Angels Seminary, San Francisco, California, USA, as an Administrator including Assistant Dean and Dean.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1957 and 1959 at Provincial Office, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA, as an Administrator including Secretary and Treasurer.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1959 and 1965 at St. Vincent Seminary, Montebello, California, USA, as the Rector.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1965 and 1968 at DePaul Academy, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, as the Principal.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1968 and 1972 at St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, as an Adminstrator in the Development Office.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1972 and 1973 at St. Patrick Church, LaSalle, Illinois, USA, as a parish priest.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1973 and 1975 at Montebello, California, as an Administrator.12
  • Education: He was educated in 1975 at University of California, Berkeley, California, USA, and received a Certificate of Applied Theology.10
  • Employment: He was employed between 1975 and 1979 at Miraculous Medal Church, Montebello, California, USA, as a parish priest and Pastor.12
  • Biography: Fr. Mac celebrated his 25th Jubliee. The handwritten invitation he sent out read as follows: "The marking of milestones in one's life is a time of happiness and joy....things to be shared with family and friends. This year on June eighth, I will celebrate my twenty-fifth anniversary as a Priest. I would like you to share this dy of joy by offering with me the Eucharistic Sacrifice on June eighth at two o'clock here at the Seminary Chapel.... followed by an hour of social enjoyment from three to four o'clock.
    I hope you will be able to join me on this happy occasion.
    Sincerely,
    Fr. T. McIntyre, C.M."13
  • Employment: He was employed between 1979 and 1982 at St. Mary's Seminary, Santa Barbara County, California, USA.12
  • Biography*: A Proclamation of the City Council of the city of Montebello, California adopted and present to Father Thomas J. McIntyre, C.M.
    Whereas, Father McIntyre has been a Vincentian priest for 29 years, 18 of which have been in California; 14 years in Seminaries preparing young men for the priesthood and 4 years at Miraculous Medal parish; and
    Whereas, Father Mac has among his many years of service to others participated in degree work as a priest-student at Catholic University in Washington, administration and public relations work for the Vincentian Fathers at the Provincial House in St. Louis and parish work in Illinois; and
    Whereas, Father Mac's life story is a long record of service to others prompted and encourage by the model given to him by the Lord. His outgoing and loving touch, physically and spiritually has been felt by all who have been fortunate enough to come into contact with him. Not only did Father Mac baptize the little ones of his congregation, witness marriages, visit patients in hospitals and at home, solve working problems, bury loved ones, but he also would scold when he felt it was necessary; and
    Whereas, Since Father Mac's worthwhile and productive life cannot be evaluated by us, we only wish to say that as he goes on his way to regain his health and assist at the Retreat House in Santa Barbara, all our prayers, love and gratitude go with him;
    Now, Therefore, I Catherine P. Hensel, Mayor of the City of Montebello do commend and thank Father Thomas J. McIntyre, C. M. on behalf of the city Council of the city of Montebello, its employees and residents and especially members of the congregation of the Miraculous Medal Church for your many years of devotion and service to the community, on this occasion, your farewell reception in the parish hall of Miraculous Medal Church on Sunday afternoon, September 16, 1979 and add that it is dedicated individuals like yourself which make the world a far better place in which to live.
    Proclaimed this 16th day of September, 1979. Original given to Vincentian Archives, 2009.14
  • Employment: He was employed between 1982 and 1990 at St. Vincent DePaul Church, Huntington Beach, California, USA, as a parish priest.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1990 and 1994 at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Laguna Beach, California, USA, as a parish priest.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1994 and 1997 at DePaul Center, Montebello, California, USA, as a resident and parish priest.12
  • Employment: He was employed between 1997 and 2008 at Laguna Beach, California, as a resident and parish priest.12,15
  • Honor*: He was honor in May 2000; Rev. Thomas J. McIntyre, C.M.
    On the occasion of your 50th Anniversary of ordination to the priesthood, we extend to you our deepest gratitued for your service to so many people, in so many places, with so much love. May God bless you "Ad Multos Annos!" May, 2000. It then lists all his posts as a Vincentian.
    A photocopy of the plaque has been given to the Vincentian Archives, 2009.12
  • Biography: The invitation to the jubilee read as follows:
    The Rev. Thomas J. McIntyre, C. M.
    (Fr. Mac)
    invites you to a
    Golden Jubilee Celebration
    of
    His Ordination to the Priesthood
    Sunday, May 21st
    two thousand
    at 2:30 p.m.
    Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church
    820 North Garfield Avenue
    Montebello, California

    The return address was to Mrs. Nancy Dolci, 1991 Heather Drive, Monterey Park, California 91755.16
  • Residence: He lived between 2008 and 2009 at Belmont Village, Corona Del Mar, California, USA, as a resident.15
  • Illness*: He had a pacemaker. before 2009.17
  • Note*: He Photos, anniversary cards, script from 40th jubliee, etc., given to the Vincentian Archives located at DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois in May 2009.15
  • Death*: He died on 29 November 2009 at San Juan Capistrano, California, USA, at age 90. Elaine Beaudoin received a phone call from Fr. Andy Bellesario, Provincial, telling her that Fr. Tom passed away around 4:00 a.m. on the morning of November 29. Services are planned in Laguna Beach on Thursday and in Montebello on Friday, December 4, where he will be buried.

    Obituary: Father Thomas J. McIntyre, C.M., August 17, 1919 - November 29, 2009.
    Father Thomas J. McIntyre, C.M., 90, died of natural causes on Sunday, November 29th in Silverado Care Center, San Juan Capistrano. The son of Thomas J. McIntyre and Ellen Walsh, he was born in chicago on August 17, 1919.
    Fr. McIntyre entered the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentian Fathers and Brothers) on October 17, 1942 and professed perpetual vows in the Congregation on October 18, 1944. He was ordained a priest in the Congregation of the Mission at St. Mary's Seminary, Perryville, MO on June 4, 1950.
    "Father Mac" had been resident assisting priest at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic church in Laguna Beach from 1990, when he retired from active ministry, until August of 2008 at which time he moved into assisted living at Belmont Village in Corona del Mar, CA.
    Prior to his retirement, Father McIntyre served as associate pastor (1982-1990) at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Huntington Beach, CA, in the Diocese of Orange.
    Most of "Father Mac's" priestly ministry was within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, beginning in 1951 when he was assigned as teacher and Dean of Students at Our Lady Queen of Angels Preparatory Seminary in San Fernando. He served there until 1957. He also served as Superior and Rector of St. Vincent's Preparatory Seminary in Montebello, CA from 1959 to 1965. From 1975 to 1979 Father McIntyre was Pastor and Superior of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Parish in Montebello, CA. Over the years he also served in several administrative capacities for the Vincentian Fathers and Brothers, Province of the West.
    His warmth and humor attributed to his popularity wherever he served. He was recognized as one who tried to be faithful to the charism of St. Vincent de Paul by organizing and leading programs of outreach to the poor in the various parishes at which he served.
    A vigil Mass was celebrated for Father McIntyre at St. Catherine's in Laguna Beach on the evening of December 3rd. A memorial Mass was also celebrated at St. Catherine's on Friday, December 4th.
    The Vincentian Fathers and Brothers, and his family and friends celebrated the Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 a.m. on December 4th in the Doheny chapel at DePaul Evangelization Center in Montebello, CA. Interment followed at Calvary Cemetery in Los Angeles.
    Obituary provided by Father William Piletic, C.M.

    Rev. Thomas J. McIntyre
    MCINTYRE, C.M., Rev. Thomas J. McIntyre, C. M., 90, of Laguna Beach died on November 29, 2009. A vigil/mass will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 3, 2009 at St. Catherine of Siena church in Laguna Beach. A Mass will also be celebrated at Saint Catherin's on Friday morning December 4, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. at DePaul Evangelization Center, 1105 S. Bluff Rd, Montebello. Rite of Committal will be at Calvary Cemetery in Los angeles following the Mass. O'Connor Mortuary (9490 581-4300 www.oconnormortuary.com
    Los Angeles Times, December 2, 2009.

    McIntyre, Rev. Thomas J., C.M.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
    Orange County Register, The (Santa Ana, CA) - Wednesday, December 2, 2009
    Deceased Name: McIntyre, Rev. Thomas J., C.M.
    90, of Laguna Beach, died on November 29, 2009. A vigil/mass will be held at 7:00 PM on Thursday, December 3, 2009 at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Laguna Beach. A Mass will also be celebrated at Saint Catherine's on Friday morning, December 4, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM at DePaul Evangelization Center, 1105 S. Bluff Rd, Montebello. Rite of Committal will be at Calvary Cemetery in Los Angeles following the Mass. O'Connor Mortuary, (949) 581-4300 www.oconnormortuary.com.15
  • Funeral*: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 4 December 2009 at DePaul Evangelization Center, Montebello, Los Angeles County, California, USA.18
  • Burial: He was buried on 4 December 2009 at Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA.18
  • Blog*: He was mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyrewalsh.blogspot.com McIntyre/Walsh Genealogy Blog on 18 February 2010.15

Citations

  1. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S564] Thomas J. McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 26080, Family History Library, MF # 1,308,899 (August 27, 1919).
  3. [S526] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 854, sheet 2A, line 41, Newberry Library, printout April, 1998.
  4. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).
  5. [S984] Thomas J. McIntyre US Passport, issued June 15, 1923 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  6. [S952] Thomas McIntyre, Baltic Passenger List, September 2 - 8, 1923, http://www.ellisisland.org, accessed September 28, 2005.
  7. [S965] Thomas J. McIntyre C.M. 40th Anniversary slide presentation, April 24, 1990 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  8. [S536] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 1052; Page 9B, Ancestry.com, image 1016.0.
  9. [S978] Thomas J. McIntyre, World War II Army Enlistment Records ca 1938-1946, Record Group 64, http//aad.archives.gov/aad/record-detail.jsp, accessed August 18, 2009.
  10. [S999] Thomas J. McIntyre, "Curriculum Vitae."
  11. [S892] Thomas J. McIntyre Ordination Card, June 4, 1950 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  12. [S964] Thomas J. McIntyre C.M. Plaque, 50th Anniversary, May, 2000 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  13. [S968] Letter, CM Thomas J. McIntyre to friends and family, May, 1975.
  14. [S963] Montebello City Council Proclamation, September 16, 1979.
  15. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  16. [S969] Letter, Thomas J. McIntyre C.M. to friends and family, May, 2000.
  17. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files, Spoke with Bill Campbell on telephone January 29, 2014.
  18. [S998] Vincentian Obituary released by Congregation of the Mission, December 4, 2009.

William McIntyre1

M, b. 28 March 1869, d. 13 December 1879

Citations

  1. [S373] Register, St. Brigid's Church, McIntyre, William Baptismal Record, April 4, 1869, unknown repository.
  2. [S989] 1870 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Precinct 1, Ward 12, page 742B, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 0545584.
  3. [S1814] Colma Cemetery Index, online http://www.sfgenealogy.com/php/cemetery/cemeteryindex.php, William McIntyre entry, accessed August 16, 2013.
  4. [S374] Dolly Parker Purcell, "McIntyre Family of Lislea," e-mail to Elaine Watson via e-mail address, April 11, 2003.
  5. [S1820] Catholic San Francisco, online http://catholic-sf.org, http://catholic-sf.org/news_select.php; June 22, 2012.

William McIntyre1

M, b. March 1886, d. 23 May 1963

Citations

  1. [S1494] 1900 US Census, Oregon, Clackamas County, Highland Precinct, Washington, DC, ED 83, Page 7B, Ancestry.com, accessed April 2, 2012.
  2. [S1500] Banner Courier, September 14, 1931, page 1.
  3. [S1499] Morning Enterprise, September 15, 1931, page 1.
  4. [S1501] Mountain View Cemetery, Mountain View Cemetery Burial Records, Page 145.
  5. [S411] California Death Index, online Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, accessed April 4, 2004; William A. McIntyre entry, cert #6222.

Unknown McKeever

M

Bernard McKenna1

M, b. 1900, d. 30 December 1903
  • Birth*: Bernard McKenna was born in 1900.1
  • Death*: He died on 30 December 1903 at Iroquois Theatre, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA; Text from "Lest we forget" Chicago's Awful Theater Horror.

    Bury Children and Grandchildren
    Another quadruple funeral was that of the daughters and grandchildren of Jacob and Elizabeth Beder of 697 Ogden avenue. The two women, Mrs. Edyth Vallely, 835 Sawyer avenue, and Mrs. Amy Josephine McKenna of 758 South Kedzie avenue, went to the theater accompanied by their two children, Bernice Vallely, aged 11, and Bernard McKenna, aged 3. The bodies were found after the fire by the husbands of the dead women at the morgues. The services were in charge of Rev. D. F. Fox of California Avenue Congregational church. Interment was at Forest Home. p. 145.1
  • Burial*: He was buried in 1904 at Forest Home, Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S629] Survivors and Rescuers, Chicago's Awful Theater Horror, p. 145.

Unknown McKenna1

M

Family: Amy Josephine Beder

Citations

  1. [S629] Survivors and Rescuers, Chicago's Awful Theater Horror, p. 145.

(?) McLaughlin1

M

Family: Frances Kelly b. 1888, d. 1975

Citations

  1. [S1676] Find A Grave, online http://findagrave.com, Ellen Colford Kelly, died July 11, 1940, buried Calvary Cemetery, West Chicago, Illinois. Memorial created by BobH, October 10, 2012, Memorial # 98627993.