Thomas McHale1

M
  • Marriage*: Thomas McHale married Nora Gill.

Family: Nora Gill

Citations

  1. [S610] Marriage Register: Holy Name Parish Records, Marriages 1908 - 1913, Chicago Irish Families, 1875-1925.

Margaret McHugh1

F, b. circa 1883, d. 18 February 1972

Family: Patrick "Harry" Madigan b. 8 Mar 1885, d. 27 Nov 1956

Citations

  1. [S415] Chicago Tribune, 30 November 1956, online.
  2. [S879] Madigan-Saunders Illinois Marriage License: Historical Cook County Illinois Vital Statistics Online, accessed January 15, 2009.
  3. [S416] Interview, Helen McIntyre, February 20, 2005.
  4. [S877] Patrick Harry Madigan, Illinois Coroner's Certificate of Death, Historical Cook County Illinois Vital Records Online, accessed January 15, 2009.
  5. [S415] Chicago Tribune, 30 November 1956, online, Record Number: 19561130dn117.
  6. [S417] Chicago Tribune, online, Record Number: 19720220dn089.
  7. [S417] Chicago Tribune, online.

Elena McIntire1,2

F, b. 13 August 1886, d. 21 December 1974

Family: Erasmo Morales d. Mar 1968

Citations

  1. [S1517] Family of Bartholomew McIntyre 1897 San Salvadore Photo; Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  2. [S1768] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Re: A descendant of Patrick McIntyre in El Salvadore...," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, July 15, 2013, Patricia states her grandmother, Elena, spelt her last name McIntire.
  3. [S1611] El Salvador: Pedacito de Mapa, online elsalvadorpedacitodemapa.blogspot.com, Written by Patricia Elena Morales Tijerino, accessed June 22, 2012, post dated December 17, 2011 or in 2007 http://elsalvadorpedacitodemapa.blogspot.com/2007/12/…
  4. [S1608] Ela Concepcion Ruiz, El Salvador, Civil Registration Records, 1836-1910 Certificate no. 307, page 107, www.familysearch.org, accessed 21 June 2012 (Februray 19 1907).
  5. [S1518] Erasmo Morales and Elena McIntyre Wedding Photo, January 14, 1911, Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  6. [S1527] Bartholomew McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. ARC Identifier 1246000/MLR Number A1 535; Box # 4162, Vol. #2 (Issued October 21, 1920).
  7. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Authenticated copy of Will filed April 30, 1915.
  8. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Affidavit of Mailing Notice to Heirs, filed August 22, 1925.
  9. [S945] Facebook, online www.facebook.com, Message from Marina McIntyre-Steffan including a Elena's Memorial Pamphlet, June 10, 2012.
  10. [S309] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current, Ancestry.com, Elva E. Steidley, Accessed August 8, 2013.
  11. [S1768] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Re: A descendant of Patrick McIntyre in El Salvadore...," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, July 15, 2013, Sent at 10:51 p.m.
  12. [S1768] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Re: A descendant of Patrick McIntyre in El Salvadore...," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, July 15, 2013, Email sent at 10:51 p.m.

Anthony Patrick McIntyre1,2

M, b. 9 June 1909, d. 7 May 1986
  • Birth: Anthony Patrick McIntyre was born circa 1909 at Central America.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 9 June 1909.2
  • Note*: He Anthony was in San Salvador when it was hit by an earthquake and volcano eruption.

    The 1917 eruption of San Salvador volcano

    The last eruption of San Salvador volcano began on 6 June 1917 following strong and destructive earthquakes lasting for 2 hours. The eruption consisted of an effusive fissure eruption on the NW flank followed by a moderately explosive summit eruption (similar, but smaller in scale, to the Eyafjallajökull eruption in 2010).
    The effusive phase produced a large aa lava flow on the NW flank, left a row of cinder cones on the eruptive fissure, and lasted about a week. The second phase started simultaneously with the waning of the waning of the first phase from a fissure vent inside the summit crater. It quickly evaporated a former 400 m wide lake and built the small Boqueroncito cinder cone.
    ---
    Eruption from Boqueroncito (from Kumar, 1957)

    The last historic eruption of San Salvador volcano (Boqueron) began at around 20:00 local time on 6 June 1917 following a series of violent earthquakes 2 hours earlier. The earthquakes caused significant damage in nearby areas including El Salvador town.
    A large NW-SE fissure opened on the upper northern flank at altitudes between 1350 and 1400 m and later propagated downslope. The 1917 fissure was parallel to an older radial eruptive fissure located to the west.
    A voluminous lava flow started to emerge from there, "ejecting a huge current of lava together with dense clouds of gas and fumes. Little craters remaining on that side of the volcano are called craterlets (boqueroncitos)." The main lava flow, of aa-type lava, quickly advanced and cut the Quezaltepeque-Ciudad Arce railroad line. This flow stopped on 11 June, when it had covered 16 sq km and erupted a volume of about 10 million cu meters.

    The eruption continued from vents at the lower part of the eruptive fracture at elevations between 650 and 580 m with violent strombolian activity and lava flows. "Besides pouring out lava in profusion, it manifested the Strombolian type of eruption, exploding frequently with deafening reports like claps of thunder. J. Larde
    named it El Tornador ("the Thunderer"). Strong but highly localized earthquakes also accompanied the eruptions of this craterlet."
    A second stage of the eruption occurred shortly after and simultaneously from a summit vent: The former crater lake inside Boqueron's crater began to boil on 10 June when a new fissure opened beneath the lake. "At intervals, steam clouds rose at both ends of the lake, during which the lake level was seen to undulate."
    By 28 June, the lake had evaporated and a fissure was observed on the crater floor that erupted mud and lava. Intermittent lava fountains quickly built up a new cinder cone, called the Boqueroncito cone, which reached 40 m height in 8 days by 5 July. "One explosion followed another at intervals of 5 or 10 minutes and columns of incandescent lava and gases shot high into the air, almost to the rim of the main crater. Out of this spectacular display there emerged at the center of the old crater a perfectly shaped cone (Boqueroncito) of vesicular lava and ashes with a funnel-shaped crater (about 35 meters deep)".
    Eruptions from the Boqueroncito vent continued until November when it waned and the eruption ended. "In spite of the fact that the eruptions from the newly formed volcano continued until November of the same year, including heavy ash eruptions during July, August, and September, the height of the cone remained practically unchanged."
    40 years after the eruption, there was only a single fumarole at the northwest wall of the main crater, feebly emitting steam and sulphurous gas.
    Source:
    Kumar, R. S. (1957) "A restudy of the 1917 eruption of Volcán Boquerón, El Salvador, Central America", Fieldiana - Geology, v. 10 (30), Fieldiana, Geology, v. 10 (30), pp. 363-382 on 6 June 1917.4
  • (Witness) Psgr List: He was found on a passenger list with Bartholomew McIntyre on 7 November 1917 at Acajutla, Sonsonate, El Salvador. They departed from the seaport of Acajutla.5
  • (Witness) Psgr List: Anthony Patrick McIntyre was found on a passenger list with Bartholomew McIntyre on 22 November 1917 at 52 Casselli Avenue, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA, arriving in the port of San Francisco.5,6
  • Name Variation: As of 22 November 1917, Anthony Patrick McIntyre was also known as McIntire.5
  • (Resident) Residence: They resided at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, on 22 November 1917, at 52 Casselli Avenue.5
  • (Witness) Census 1920: He appeared on the 1920 census of 5 January 1920 in the household of Bartholomew McIntyre at 971 Florida Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA; In addition, there is a Martha Herrera living with the McIntyre family and is listed as a boarder. She was born in Central America, but her parents are listed as both being born in Ireland. She is 35, single and unemployed.1
  • Occupation*: Anthony Patrick McIntyre was a telephone installer on 3 April 1930.7
  • Census 1930*: He appeared on the 1930 census of 3 April 1930 at Tipton, Tulare County, California, USA. Anthony is listed as "head" of household with Arthur Weike (Wiebe) as a roomer. His country of origin is difficult to read. It says his mother is from Spain and Father from (north) Ireland. It also states he was naturlized in 1917, but that is the year he came to the United States with his Father, Bartholomew. Since his father was an American citizen, Anthony was also.7
  • Marriage*: He married an unknown person between 1930 and 1940.8
  • Residence*: He lived in 1935 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.8
  • Occupation: He was cook in a hotel on 15 May 1940.8
  • Census 1940*: He appeared on the 1940 census of 15 May 1940 at 1601 Myrtle?, Eureka, Humboldt County, California, USA; Anthony is a lodger along with Dan Schmidt. They are living in the Philomena McCarthy's home along with McCarthy's daughter, Eileen, age 57.8
  • Death*: He died on 7 May 1986 at Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA, at age 76.9,2

Citations

  1. [S1613] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 80, District 80, page 2B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  2. [S1238] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998, online ancestry.com, Anthony Patrick McIntyre.
  3. [S1621] Marina McIntyre-Steffan, "Gravestones, response to earlier email," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, June 24, 2012, Marina writes her grandmother's name as Calderon de Paula McIntyre.
  4. [S1622] The 1917 eruption of San Salvador volcano, online http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/san-salvador/…, Accessed online, June 24, 2012.
  5. [S1614] Bartley McIntyre, City of Para Passenger manifest, November 22, 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1410, roll 102.
  6. [S2265] Joanie Hamilton Zandona, "McIntyre San Francisco Addresses," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, January 31, 2014.
  7. [S1625] 1930 US Census, California, Tulare County, Tipton, Washington, DC, ED 61, page 2B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 25, 2012.
  8. [S1765] 1940 U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 12-11, page 64B, Ancestry.com, accessed July 6, 2013.
  9. [S309] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current, Ancestry.com, Anthony McIntyre, 561-03-7520.

Bartholomew McIntyre1,2

M, b. before 1 May 1854, d. 17 November 1924
  • Birth*: Bartholomew McIntyre was born before 1 May 1854 at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland; Using Baptism Record.3
  • Baptism: He was baptized on 1 May 1854 at St. Attracta, Toulestrane, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland; Sponsors: Michael McIntyre and Bridget McIntyre.4
  • Birth: He was born on 16 April 1855 at Aclare, County Sligo, Ireland. On the July 16, 1917 passport application it is written "Clare" but the town closest to where Bartholomew was born is called "Aclare."5
  • Biography: Bartholomew states he lived in California and Oregon, uninterruptedly between 1863 and 1917. But we know he was in San Salvador for much of the time as he fathered eight children in San Salvador with two women.5
  • (Passenger) Psgr List: He was listed, along with Patrick McIntyre and Bridget Stevens, on a passenger list on 18 April 1863 at New York City, New York County, New York, USA; The parents and five children departed from Liverpool, England on their way to the United States.6,5
  • Immigration*: Bartholomew McIntyre immigrated on 18 April 1863 to New York City, New York County, New York. (an unknown value).6
  • Naturalization: He was naturalized in 1867; On the November 22, 1917 passenger list it notes Bartley McIntyre's citizenship is derived from his father, Patrick's, in the District Count, San Francisco, California.7
  • Naturalization*: He was naturalized on 19 August 1869 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA, in the Judicial District court at San Francisco, California. At this time in history, if the head of household was naturalized, so were his wife and children.5
  • (household member) Census1870: William, Edward, Bartholomew, Mary, Dominick, Catherine and John was listed as a household member living with an unknown person on the 1870 Census at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.8
  • Residence: Bartholomew McIntyre lived in 1872 at Corner Larkin and Francisco, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.9
  • Occupation: He was a spinner at Pioneer Woolen Mills in 1872.9
  • Biography*: In an email from Sal Bigone he states Bartholomew married his wife, Concepcion, in El Salvador, San Salvador, Central America. They had five children.10
  • Marriage*: He married Concepcion Ramos, daughter of Beatriz Fernandez de Ramos, on 7 July 1887 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA. Married by Rev. Antonio Santandreu. Witnesses were Maria Leonard and Theodora Perez.11,12
  • Residence*: Bartholomew McIntyre lived in 1908 at Central America.13,14
  • Psgr List: He was found on a passenger list on 10 February 1917 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, The ship had departed from Acajutla, El Salvador, date unknown.

    There was a Francis McIntyre, age 28, traveling with Bartley. This is his daughter Francisca. She states she was born in California.15
  • Residence: He lived on 11 July 1917 at 1116 Turk, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.5
  • Pass App*: He was requesting a passport so he could bring his family from San Salvador to the US due to the June 6, 1917 earthquake that devastated San Salvador.

    With the passport application is a letter from him which reads:

    San Francisco, Cal., July 11, 1917
    Sir,
    The enclosed letter from my daughter written the day after the city of San Salvador had been destroyed by earthquake indicates the necessity of my immediate return to Salvador to take my family here.
    As no english is spoken in San Salvador, we here been accostomed (sic) to use the spanish language.
    Please return letter with passport.
    Bartley McIntyre
    (signature) on 11 July 1917.5
  • Name Variation: As of 11 July 1917, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as Bartley.5
  • Description*: He was described as five feet, four inches tall, with a round chin, a high forehead, an oval face, with a Roman nose. He had a fair complexion with blue eyes, light hair and a mustache. on 11 July 1917.5
  • Occupation: He was a mechanical engineer on 11 July 1917.5
  • Residence: He lived on 11 July 1917 at 1116 Turk Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.5,16
  • Biography: Bartley McIntyre states he plans to leave the port of San Francisco, sailing on the Pacific Mail Steamship on July 31, 1917 to San Salvador.5
  • Psgr List*: He was found on a passenger list on 7 November 1917 at Acajutla, Sonsonate, El Salvador. They departed from the seaport of Acajutla.7
  • Name Variation: As of 22 November 1917, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as McIntire.7
  • Psgr List: He was found on a passenger list on 22 November 1917 at 52 Casselli Avenue, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA, arriving in the port of San Francisco.7,16
  • Residence: He lived on 22 November 1917 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.7
  • Biography: Bartolo was the grantee named in a certain deed recorded in the office of the County Recorder of the City and county of San Francisco, State of California; Volume 1086 of Deeds, page 236. It is believed two deeds were recorded:
    Parcel 1 - Commencing at a point on the Easterly line of Florida Street distant thereon One Hundred and Fifty (150) feet Northerly from the point formed by the intersection of said Easterly line of Florida Street with the Northerly line of twenty-second Street, and running thence Northerly along said Easterly line of Florida Street Twenty-five (25) feet; thence at a right angle Easterly One Hundred (100) feet; thence at a right angle southerly Twenty-five (25) feet and thence at a right angle Westerly One Hundred (100) feet to said Easterly line of Florida Street and point of commencement. Being portion of Mission Block Number 146.
    Parcel 2 - Beginning at a point on the northerly line of Green Street distant thereon 62 feet 6 inches easterly from the easterly line of Polk Street; running thence easterly along said line of Green Street 25 feet; thence at a right angle northerly 85 feet; thence southwesterly 29.356 feet more or less to a point which is distant northerly 70 feet from the northerly line of Green Street measured along a line drawn at right angle thereto from the point of beginning; thence southerly along said line so drawn 70 feet to the point of beginning. Being a portion of Western Addition Block No. 24.
    Report Accompanying First and Final Account and Petition for Final Settlement and Final Distribution, page 3, July 30, 1926.2
  • Biography: He had a wooden leg.17
  • Occupation*: He was a machinist in 1920.17
  • Name Variation: As of 5 January 1920, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as Bartley.18
  • Occupation: He was a mechanical engineer on 5 January 1920.18
  • Census 1920*: He appeared on the 1920 census of 5 January 1920 at 971 Florida Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA; In addition, there is a Martha Herrera living with the McIntyre family and is listed as a boarder. She was born in Central America, but her parents are listed as both being born in Ireland. She is 35, single and unemployed.18
  • Pass App: He was Bartholomew applied for a passport to go to San Salvador and it was issued on October 21, 1920. on 21 October 1920.17
  • Biography: Bartholomew sailed from San Francisco to San Salvador aboard the steamer Senator. He sailed with his daughter Mercedes.17
  • Name Variation: As of 7 November 1924, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as Bartolo.19
  • Will*: He left a will on 7 November 1924 at National Palace, San Salvador, El Salvador; Bartolo created a "Public Deed of the Last Will and Testament' on November 7, 1924, just 10 days before he died. A copy of the will can be viewed at: http://mcintyreginty.blogspot.com/2013/09/bartolo-mcintire-will-1924.html.19
  • Death*: He died on 17 November 1924 at San Salvador, El Salvador. MOURNING NOTE

    Don Bartolo Mc Intire

    We were already at the time of printing press when we received the sad news of the decease in this capital city of Don Bartolo McIntire, a North American who lived in El Salvador, and who was linked to various honorable households in the country, and who are today in mourning.

    The life journey of this foreigner was well accomplished, a man who seemed to have come to show our youth, by eloquent example, how to make use of time in a practical manner, how personal energy stamped with constant work translates into material assets that provide spiritual satisfaction; with what means an unknown man opens roads and makes a way, dominating the environment and earning respect and consideration. That is how, don Bartolo, who first and foremost was a man in a way that the honorable concept of being a man signifies, it can be said that he said farewell to life peacefully, because he knew how to fill every minute of his existence with intense and rewarding labor.

    He was, here, the organizer of Taller Mercedes (Iron Workshop). In California he had his leg cut; and he, who was an excellent mechanic, built an artificial limb for himself that was so perfect, that the defect was hardly noticed.

    He fathered a numerous family, and leaves them with the memory of a clean and respected name.
    We send our expressions of condolence to the family of the estimable deceased.

    Undated newspaper article, translated by Patricia Morales Tijerino, August 10, 2013.20,21,22
  • Burial*: He was buried after 17 November 1924 at El Cementerio General de San Salvador Cemetery, San Salvador, El Salvador.23
  • Probate: His estate was probated on 30 April 1925 at Superior Court, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA; A probate file was opened for Bartolo McIntyre in 1925. D-41592. All probate files for the city of San Francisco are held by the San Francisco Superior Court.24,25
  • Name Variation: As of 30 July 1926, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as B. McIntire.2
  • Name Variation: As of 30 July 1926, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as Bartolome McIntire.2
  • Name Variation: As of 30 July 1926, Bartholomew McIntyre was also known as Bartlett McIntire.2
  • Blog: He was mentioned in a blog http://mcintyrestevens.blogspot.com McIntyre/Stevens Genealogy Blog in 2013.26

Family 1: Concepcion Ramos d. 23 Jan 1913

Family 2: Paula Calderone b. 30 Jun 1887

Citations

  1. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, St. Attracta Church.
  2. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Report Accompanying First and Final Account and Petition for Final Settlement and Final Distribution, July 30, 1926.
  3. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo: Bartholomew McIntyre entry., St. Attracta Church.
  4. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo: Bartolomew McIntyre entry. Family History Library, MF 0926015, accessed November 20, 2000., St. Attracta Church.
  5. [S1624] Bartley McIntyre, U. S. Passport Applications, no. 59583 (issued July 16, 1917).
  6. [S988] Patrick McIntyre, Orient Passenger Manifest, Arrival date: April 18, 1863; Micropublication M237, Ancestry.com, New York Passenger Lists, 1851-1891 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com. Accessed April 5, 2004, Rolls #95-580.
  7. [S1614] Bartley McIntyre, City of Para Passenger manifest, November 22, 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1410, roll 102.
  8. [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.
  9. [S2095] San Francisco City Directory, McIntire entry, page 448.
  10. [S1476] Sal Bigone, "McIntyre-Leonard Family in San Francisco," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, March 15, 2012.
  11. [S1517] Family of Bartholomew McIntyre 1897 San Salvadore Photo; Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  12. [S1781] Certificate, Bartholomew McIntire and Concepcion Ramos marriage of July 7 1887, Certificate provided by Patricia Morales Tijerino, July 15, 2013.
  13. [S370] Oregon City Enterprise, September 11, 1908.
  14. [S1502] The Dalles Weekly Chronicle, September 11 1908.
  15. [S1615] Bartley McIntyre, Peru Passenger manifest, February 10 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1412, roll 12.
  16. [S2265] Joanie Hamilton Zandona, "McIntyre San Francisco Addresses," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, January 31, 2014.
  17. [S1527] Bartholomew McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. ARC Identifier 1246000/MLR Number A1 535; Box # 4162, Vol. #2 (Issued October 21, 1920).
  18. [S1613] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 80, District 80, page 2B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  19. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Authenticated copy of Will filed April 30, 1915.
  20. [S1610] Marina McIntyre-Steffan, "Grüße," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, June 22, 2012.
  21. [S1841] Bartolo McIntire Grave marker, El Cementerio General de San Salvador Cemetery, San Salvador, El Salvador.
  22. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Order Admitting Will to Probate, filed August 26, 1925.
  23. [S945] Facebook, online www.facebook.com, Message from Marina McIntyre-Steffan, June 21, 2012.
  24. [S1821] California Genealogical Soceity & Library, San Francisco Probate 1906-1942, Bartolo McIntire entry. Viewed at Allen County Public Library, August 23, 2013.
  25. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Authenticated copy of Will filed April 30, 1925.
  26. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  27. [S945] Facebook, online www.facebook.com, Message from Marina McIntyre, June 21, 2012.

Bartholomew McIntyre1

M, b. 18 August 1890, d. 13 January 1935

Family: Angelina Uriarte b. 10 Jun 1889, d. 1 Apr 1981

Citations

  1. [S1517] Family of Bartholomew McIntyre 1897 San Salvadore Photo; Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  2. [S1616] Bartolo McIntyre, Piave Passenger manifest, February 3-12, 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1410, roll 217.
  3. [S1931] San Francisco Area Funeral Home Records, Accessed July 22, 2014, Ancestry.com online.
  4. [S1612] 1930 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 268, page 16B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  5. [S1527] Bartholomew McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. ARC Identifier 1246000/MLR Number A1 535; Box # 4162, Vol. #2 (Issued October 21, 1920).
  6. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Authenticated copy of Will filed April 30, 1915.
  7. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Affidavit of Mailing Notice to Heirs, filed August 22, 1925.
  8. [S1617] Bartolo McIntyre, West Islip Passenger manifest, January 22 1927, Ancestry.com, accessed June 23, 2012, M1388, roll 2.
  9. [S1932] City Directories, 1821-1989, San Francisco, 1928, page 1002, accessed July 24, 2014.
  10. [S1810] 1940 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 38-327, page 3A, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  11. [S1797] Notes taken by Elena Angelica Morales as told by her father Roberto Morales McIntyre in 2011, Family Information, 2011, Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files, Manuscript provided by Patricia Morales Tijerino, August 12, 2013.
  12. [S1814] Colma Cemetery Index, online http://www.sfgenealogy.com/php/cemetery/cemeteryindex.php, Bartholo McIntyre entry, accessed August 16, 2013.

Bartolo McIntyre1,2

M, b. 9 May 1913, d. 27 November 1980
  • Birth*: Bartolo McIntyre was born on 9 May 1913 at San Salvador, El Salvador.3,4
  • Birth: He was born circa 1914 at San Salvador.1
  • Birth: He was born circa 1914 at San Salvador.1
  • Birth: He was born on 16 May 1916 at San Salvador.2
  • (Passenger) Psgr List: He was listed, along with Bartholomew McIntyre, on a passenger list on 22 January 1927 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.5
  • (Passenger) Psgr List: Bartolo McIntyre was listed, along with Bartholomew McIntyre, on a passenger list between 3 February 1927 and 12 February 1927 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California; The ship Piave sailed from the port of La Libertad, San Salvador to the port of San Francisco.2
  • (Resident) Residence: They resided at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA, on 12 February 1927, at 1887 Florida Street.2
  • (Witness) Census 1930: Bartolo McIntyre appeared on the 1930 census of 13 April 1930 in the household of Bartholomew McIntyre at 450 Page Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.1
  • Name Variation: As of 13 April 1930, Bartolo McIntyre was also known as Bartholo.1
  • (Witness) Residence: He lived with Angelina Uriarte in 1935 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.4
  • (informant) Death: Barclay J. McIntyre was an informant on the death certificate of Bartholomew McIntyre on 13 January 1935 at Central Emergency Hospital, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA, at age 44; Bartolo is listed in the 1930 US Censu and then Angelina is reported as a widow in the 1940 US Census.

    In Roberto Morales McIntire's 2011 memories, he notes "Bartley took his own life in San Francisco. He entered a tunnel on foot and when the street car approached, he threw himself at it and was run over. He lived in San Francisco."

    Bartolo is not listed in the California Death Index 1905-1939. I was unable to locate an obituary in the San Francisco Chronicle during January, 1935.

    A funeral record for Bartolo McIntyre has been located.4,1,6,7
  • Residence*: Bartolo McIntyre lived on 13 January 1935 at 100 Colon Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.7
  • (Witness) Census 1940: He appeared on the 1940 census of 8 April 1940 in the household of Angelina Uriarte at 100 Colon, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.4
  • (Witness) Biography: Bartolo McIntyre witnessed the biography of Angelina Uriarte: Angelina and her two sons, Stanley and Bartolo are listed as Aliens in the 1940 US Census.4
  • Biography: Angelina's son Barclay is listed as 20 years old and her son Stanley is listed as 17 years old in the 1940 US Census even though they were 26 and 23 respecitively. Neither were employed at the time of the census.4
  • Name Variation: Bartolo McIntyre was also known as Barclay J.3
  • Biography*: It is believed that Bartolo/Barclay might have been a dentist.8
  • Biography*: On the website www.corporationwiki.com there is a Barclay J. McIntyre, D. D. S. showing Stanley G. McIntyre in the role of President of the corporation, located in Hillsbourough, CA.8
  • Death*: He died on 27 November 1980 at Kern County, California, USA, at age 67; Bakersfield is in Kern County, California, the town where it is believed he died. On his death record, it lists his mother's maiden name as Uriarte.3
  • Burial*: He was buried on 29 August 2002 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, San Mateo County, California, USA. There is a Barclay J. McIntyre buried with Bartholo and Angelina McIntyre. It is odd that he is buried 22 years after his death unless his body was moved, but why? I can locate no other McIntyre born in 1913 and died in 2002 in the Social Security Death Index.9

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. [S1616] Bartolo McIntyre, Piave Passenger manifest, February 3-12, 1917, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012, M1410, roll 217.
  3. [S411] California Death Index, online Ancestry.com, Barclay J McIntyre entry, mother's maiden name Uriarte, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  4. [S1810] 1940 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 38-327, page 3A, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  5. [S1617] Bartolo McIntyre, West Islip Passenger manifest, January 22 1927, Ancestry.com, accessed June 23, 2012, M1388, roll 2.
  6. [S1797] Notes taken by Elena Angelica Morales as told by her father Roberto Morales McIntyre in 2011, Family Information, 2011, Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files, Manuscript provided by Patricia Morales Tijerino, August 12, 2013.
  7. [S1931] San Francisco Area Funeral Home Records, Accessed July 22, 2014, Ancestry.com online.
  8. [S1809] Dun & Bradstreet Reports, online www.corporationwiki.com, Barclay J. McIntyre entry shows relationship to Stanley G. McIntyre. Accessed August 15, 2013.
  9. [S1814] Colma Cemetery Index, online http://www.sfgenealogy.com/php/cemetery/cemeteryindex.php, Barclay J. McIntyre entry, accessed August 16, 2013.

Blanche Catherine McIntyre

F, b. 9 April 1914, d. 15 November 1978

Blanche McIntyre Elliott, 1941

Family: Robert Parker Elliott b. 11 Oct 1911, d. 3 Oct 1982

Citations

  1. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S575] Blanche Catherine McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 14482, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, MF#1288321 (April 21, 1914).
  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. [S536] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 1052; Page 9B, Ancestry.com, image 1016.0.
  8. [S958] Elliott-McIntyre marriage license.
  9. [S987] Blanche Elliott v. Robert Elliott, Divorce Records, Cook County Archives, Chicago, file no. 40C-10530 (1941): Certificate of Evidence, Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County.
  10. [S2501] 1940 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-1915; Sheets 1B and 2A, Accessed via Ancestry.com, June 30, 2017.
  11. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  12. [S986] Mary C. Garrity v. John F. Garrity, Divorce Records, Cook County Archives, Chicago, File no. 69D 2855 (1969): Report of Proceedings, Chancery-Divorce Division, Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County.
  13. [S181] Blance Catherine McIntyre, California Death Index.
  14. [S1358] Los Angeles Times, November 19, 1978, page B6, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File), accessed February 2011.
  15. [S883] Blanche McIntyre Elliott Memorial Card, November 15, 1978 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  16. [S533] One-Step Webpages by Steve Morse, online http://www.stevemorse.org/

Bridget McIntyre1

F, b. 1 August 1881, d. 1945

Bridget McIntyre Haran, c 1930s

Family: Patrick Haran b. 1885, d. 1970

Citations

  1. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S40] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Lislea, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 66/7 line 7, MF# 0851602.
  3. [S1448] Bridget McIntyre, Aclare, Tobercurry, Sligo birth certificate no. 419 (September 6, 1881).
  4. [S1444] Mary McIntyre, Ireland, County Sligo, Tobercurry, Aclare, Lislea, birth registration no. 420 (September 6, 1881).
  5. [S2329] Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland, "Kilmacteigue Parish Records," Baptimal Entry, Register B6, page 45, entry 45, (Transcribed by the Sligo Heritage Center), Bridget McIntyre.
  6. [S40] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Lislea, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 66/7 line 7, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 0851602.
  7. [S305] 1911 Ireland Census.
  8. [S1751] 1911 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmactigue Civil Parish,Tobbercurry, Lislea Townland, Ireland, 68/7, line 8.
  9. [S1415] Marriage Register: entry for Patrick Haran and Bridget McIntyre, September 3, 1911 Public Record Office, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland.
  10. [S2024] Select Catholic Marriage Registers: Celtic Catholic Registers. Digitized images. Dublin, Ireland: E-Celtic, Limited; accessed March 20, 2015, Ancestry.com.
  11. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.

Catherine "Kate" McIntyre

F, b. before 5 July 1879, d. before 1911
  • Birth*: Catherine was born at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, before 5 July 1879.2
  • Baptism: She was baptized at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, on 5 July 1879. Religion: Roman Catholic; Baptismal Sponsors were John Ginty and Bridget Ginty.2
  • Death*: She died before 1911 at Ireland. On the 1911 Irish Census, it notes Mary Ginty McIntyre had six children born alive with only five living in 1911. Since all the other children are accounted for in 1911, Catherine must have died prior to the census.3
  • Death: Catherine died in 1915 at Ireland.1

Citations

  1. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S2340] Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland, "Kilmacteigue Parish Records," Baptismal entry, Register B5, page 219, entry 1752, (Transcribed by the Sligo Heritage Center), Catherine McIntyre.
  3. [S1751] 1911 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmactigue Civil Parish,Tobbercurry, Lislea Townland, Ireland, 68/7, line 8.