Lawrence McIntyre1,2

M, b. 12 August 1854, d. 1931

Marriage entry for the marriage of Lawrence McIntyre and Mary Ginty, Killasser Parish, County Mayo, Ireland, March 1, 1877.

Family: Mary Ginty b. 3 Sep 1850, d. 1930

Citations

  1. [S754] Thomas J. McIntyre, Illinois Certificate of Death.
  2. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  3. [S32] Kilmacteigue Parish Register B1, McIntyre, Lawrence Baptismal Record, 12 August 1854, Sligo Heritage Center.
  4. [S12] Kilmacteige Parish Baptism Book, McIntyre, Lawrence, Baptismal Record: MF# 0926015 Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, 12 August 1854, Family History Library [FHL].
  5. [S12] Kilmacteige Parish Baptism Book, McIntyre, Lawrence, Baptismal Record, 12 August 1854, Family History Library [FHL].
  6. [S355] Foxford Civil reg. Marriages, vol. 8, p. 47.
  7. [S38] Lawrence McIntyre to Mary Ginty marriage of 1 March 1877, MF # 0926011.
  8. [S2170] National Library of Ireland - Baptismal Registers, online http://registers.nli.ie/, Killasser; County Mayo; Diocese of Achonry, Marriages, June 1876-Mar 1877. Accessed November 9, 2015.
  9. [S755] Thomas McIntyre, Irish Birth Certificate no. 130 (September 17, 1878).
  10. [S1444] Mary McIntyre, Ireland, County Sligo, Tobercurry, Aclare, Lislea, birth registration no. 420 (September 6, 1881).
  11. [S1448] Bridget McIntyre, Aclare, Tobercurry, Sligo birth certificate no. 419 (September 6, 1881).
  12. [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.
  13. [S873] Lawrence McIntyre, Majestic Passenger Manifest, Arrival date April 29, 1909; Film, T715, Ancestry.com, accessed April 22, 2007, Roll 1253, Line 9.
  14. [S305] 1911 Ireland Census.
  15. [S1751] 1911 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmactigue Civil Parish,Tobbercurry, Lislea Townland, Dublin, 68/7, line 8.
  16. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  17. [S40] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Lislea, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 66/7 line 7, MF# 0851602.
  18. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).

Lawrence Francis McIntyre1

M, b. 2 January 1913, d. 28 February 1995

Lawrence F. McIntyre, 1992
  • Birth*: Lawrence was born at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 2 January 1913. Even though he was named John Francis on his birth certificate, on his baptismal certificate and by his family, he was called Lawrence Francis..3,4,5,6
  • Name Variation: As of 2 January 1913, Lawrence Francis McIntyre was also known as John Francis. Lawrence had two paternal uncles: John and Lawrence. Between birth and baptism his name was changed from John which appears on the birth certificate to Lawrence which appears on the baptismal certificate and the name by which he was known his entire life.5
  • Residence*: He lived on 19 January 1913 at 2541 W. Monroe, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Baptism: He was baptized at St. Malachy Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 19 January 1913. Sponsors: Daniel Egan, husband of his Aunt Mary McIntyre Egan, and Annie Rowan.6
  • (Witness) Residence: He lived with Thomas Joseph McIntyre and Ellen Agnes Walsh on 19 January 1913 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.6
  • Religion*: Lawrence Francis McIntyre was Roman Catholic.6
  • Education*: He was educated between 1919 and 1927 at Resurrection Grammar School, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.7
  • Census1920*: Lawrence was listed as a son in an unknown person 's household on the 1920 Census at 3116 Fulton Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.8
  • (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.9
  • (Witness) Biography: On July 7, 1923 Thomas and Ellen and their family arrived in Ireland and went through the immigration office there.10
  • (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.11
  • (Witness) Psgr List: Lawrence Francis 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.11
  • Education: Lawrence Francis McIntyre was educated between 1927 and 1930 at Austin High School, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. Lawrence did not graduate from high school.7
  • Occupation*: He was a clerk in a factory on 1 April 1930 at 4737 W. Gladys Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.12
  • Census1930*: Lawrence was listed as a son in an unknown person 's household on the 1920 Census at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.12
  • Employment*: He was employed on 23 November 1936 at 833 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.13
  • Address*: As of 23 November 1936, Lawrence Francis McIntyre lived at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.13
  • Description*: He was described as 5 feet, 8 inches, brown hair, blue eyes in 1937.14
  • Marriage License: He and Helen May Sullivan obtained a marriage license on 26 November 1937 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.15
  • Marriage*: He married Helen May Sullivan at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 26 November 1937. Married by Rev. Matthew J. Mulligan.16
  • Census 1940*: Lawrence Francis McIntyre and Helen May Sullivan appeared on the 1940 census of 13 April 1940 at 5041 1/2 Quincey, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.17
  • Employment: Lawrence Francis McIntyre was employed by a factory that made mattresses on 15 April 1940.17
  • Letter*: September 6, 1942,
    Sweetheart, I got your letter Sat. evening when I came home from work. I knew there would be one there. Gee honey I miss you so much and Larry too, say hello to my little Fatuba and tell him to be a good boy.
    Well honey it breaks my heart to tell you this but I don't think we will be able to leave here for about another week or ten days maybe longer. Right after I wrote you that last letter we received a telegram from the Big Boss telling us to stay on the job and not to worry about anything that this job has to be done if it takes 30 days to do it. We will get paid at the rate of 12 hours a day whether we work or not. Oh yes by the way I instructed them to mail my checks to you honey. All we are able to turn out a day is about 3,000 shells. We have at least 40,000 to check over. Gee Sweetheart I could sit here and write and write telling you all about this job but all I want is to be near you to hold you and talk to you. These 12 days I have been here seem like 12 years. Gee honey when you get this letter write me right away. Send me a picture of you and Larry a real nice one or two.
    Gee Honey for the past four nights I have walked down to the corner drugstore and every time the jukebox is playing "Your always in my heart" it makes me sort of lonesome. It sort of makes me want to run away from everything and come home. But I just can't do it. Sweetheart my check should run around $100.00 a week while I am down here. Now honey that last five dollars you sent me I still have some of it left. I got a haircut, my shirts out of the laundry. I went to the carnival in town. I spent a little there. I went to the show a couple of times. So if I have to stay down here another 10 days, I will need some more money towards the end of the week. Because when I get thru work I can't stay up in this room. Well honey I want to get this letter before the last pickup is made. And while I am thinking of you every minute of the day I love you that much more.
    All my Love,
    Larry
    P.S.: Write me right away honey because I always look for that letter. Also, honey keep your chin up and don't worry.18
  • Address: As of 6 September 1942, Lawrence Francis McIntyre lived at 1020 Main Street, Savanna, Carroll County, Illinois, USA. Savanna is located along the Mississippi River at the mouth of the Plum River.
    In 1917, the United States Army purchased 13,062 acres (53 km2) of land about seven miles (11 km) north of Savanna to construct the Savanna Army Depot. Originally the land was to be used as a test range for munitions produced at the Rock Island, Illinois Arsenal. In 1921, the mission of the installation was changed to be a depot. Lawrence had been sent to Savanna to work on the war effort making shells.18
  • Residence: He and Helen May Sullivan lived on 6 September 1942 at 338 N. Pine Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.18
  • Address: As of circa 10 September 1942, Lawrence Francis McIntyre lived at Savanna, Carroll County, Illinois.18
  • Letter: A second letter from Larry to Helen, dated: Thursday nite.
    Dearest Helen,
    I received your letter yesterday but did not get it until I came home last night around nine oclock. From six in the morning until nine at nite boy what a grind. I was so tired I could not lift my arms.
    I went right to bed and Joe called us at 5 oclock this morning we worked until 9 oclock to nite we get paid for 16 hours yesterday and 16 hours to day. We knocked out about 16,000 shells in the past two days. If everything goes OK I will be home shortly. Well honey I am very tired and my right arm hurts from fileing (sic).
    Honey I am working like mad today and somebody came up behind me and tapped me on the shoulder who do you think it was Mr. Farrell. Well I was so excited I could not think of his name right away. He was glad to see me. I will tell you all about it when I come home.
    Honey you mentioned about my check well honey I still work for G.A. T.X. and I told them to mail my check to you so you ought to get it by Sat. morning. Well honey I am going to cut this letter short my arm hurts me to (sic) much and I want to mail this letter in town to nite so say hello to my little Fatuba and tell him to be a good boy. Gee honey I miss him so much and you too, more than words can say. So until I hear from you honey I send you all my love.
    Larry
    P.S. Sweetheart I miss you so much I am working like hell to get thru to come home to you. Larry. I love you so much. xxxxxxx.18
  • Occupation: He was a traffic manager on 2 July 1946. The plastic company is believed to be Cruver Manufacturing Company. Among other things, it made plastic playing cards. We always had many decks of cards in the house.19
  • Employment: He was employed in 1950.20
  • (Witness) Biography: He witnessed the biography of Alexander Aloysius Sullivan: ASHES BLAMED IN $600 FIRE IN APARTMENT
    A fire broke out late Monday morning at 18 N. Latrobe. Three engine companies responded to the fire which caused $600 damage. The fire started in the basement near the boiler. Hot ashes removed from the furnace caused some near-by rubbish to burn, firemen said.
    The fire spread to a first floor bedroom. The building, a two-story apartment, is owned by Alexander Sullivan, who lives on the second floor.
    Three engine streams were used to put out the blaze. The companies were 96, 67, and 113. Damage to the building was estimated at $500 and $100 to contents.
    Chicago Austin News, November 9, 1955, page 27.21
  • Biography*: CUT NOSE
    Larry McIntyre, 45, 18 N. Labrobe, suffered a cut nose Saturday when he slipped and fell on the ice in front of 809 N. Central.
    Chicago Austin News, December 4, 1957.
  • Address*: As of 14 February 1965, Lawrence Francis McIntyre and Helen May Sullivan lived at 18 N. Latrobe Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.22
  • Residence*: Lawrence Francis McIntyre and Helen May Sullivan lived between 1967 and 1995 at 5855 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.7,3
  • Death*: Lawrence died on 28 February 1995 at St. Joseph Hospital, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 82.
    Death Notice: McIntyre - Lawrence F. McIntyre, loving husband of Helen, nee Sullivan; father of Laurence (the late Patricia) and Elaine (Lawrence) Watson; grandfather of Catherine (David) Heuck, Colleen and Cara; brother of Thomas, C.M., and the late Mary Garrity, Blanche Elliott and Patricia Campbell. Memorial Mass Saturday 11 a.m. at St. Gertrude Church, 6200 Glenwood, Chicago. Interment private. For information, Barr Funeral Home 312-743-4034
    Chicago Tribune. March 3, 1995; Sun Times, March 3, 1993, section 2, page 10.3,4
  • Misc*: He was prepared for burial after 28 February 1995 at Barr Funeral Home, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.4
  • Burial*: His body was interred on 2 March 1995 at Hillside, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Buried at Sullivan headstone, at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Also buried there are Alex Sullivan (Father in law) and Nell Sullivan (Mother in law) as well as his wife, Helen Sullivan McIntyre. Four grave sites at lot 104, block 8, section 20. The GPS coordinates of the graves are: Lat 41.857471N, Log 87.908356W, Alt: 679 feet.3,7
  • Funeral: His memorial Mass was held at St. Gertrude Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 4 March 1995. After the Memorial Mass the attendees were invited to a luncheon at Lou Malnati's restaurant in Lincolnwood. It was one of his and Helen's favorite spots.4,7
  • Blog*: He and Helen May Sullivan were mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyresullivan.blogspot.com McIntyre/Sullivan Genealogy Blog on 12 January 2010.23
  • Blog*: Lawrence Francis McIntyre was mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyrewalsh.blogspot.com McIntyre/Walsh Genealogy Blog on 18 February 2010.7
  • Slideshow-Video: He and Helen May Sullivan were shown in a photo presentation Larry and Helen McIntyre Memories of a Lifetime on 13 September 2010.7

Family: Helen May Sullivan b. 11 Mar 1914, d. 29 Sep 2008

Citations

  1. [S56] John Joseph Madigan, US Social Security Application, December 30, 1937 Treasury Department, Lawrence Francis McIntyre, 4737 Gladys Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Worked at Allied Radio Corp, 833 W. Jackson Blvd. Age 23. Birthday January 2, 1913, Chicago, Illinois
    Father Thomas Joseph McIntyre, Mother: Helen Agnes Walsh. Dated November 23, 1936. Signed Lawrence Francis McIntyre.
  2. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  3. [S435] Lawrence McIntyre, Illinois State Death Certificate.
  4. [S889] Lawrence F. McIntyre Memorial Card, February 28, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  5. [S752] John Francis McIntyre aka Lawrence, Illinois Report of Birth Certificate no. 16536 (January 10, 1913).
  6. [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.
  7. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  8. [S526] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 854, sheet 2A, line 41, Newberry Library, printout April, 1998.
  9. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).
  10. [S984] Thomas J. McIntyre US Passport, issued June 15, 1923 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  11. [S952] Thomas McIntyre, Baltic Passenger List, September 2 - 8, 1923, http://www.ellisisland.org, accessed September 28, 2005.
  12. [S536] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 1052; Page 9B, Ancestry.com, image 1016.0.
  13. [S753] Lawrence Francis McIntyre, 319-60-6040, Social Security Application, Internal Revenue Service.
  14. [S329] Interview,, Various dates Helen McIntyre personal knowledge.
  15. [S460] McIntyre-Sullivan marriage license: certificate no. 1557311, issued November 26, 1937.
  16. [S460] McIntyre-Sullivan marriage license.
  17. [S2282] 1940 Illinois, Cook County, chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-1906; Page 2A, Ancestry.com, accessed September 13, 2002.
  18. [S957] Letter, Lawrence F. McIntyre to Helen M. McIntyre, September 7, 1942.
  19. [S660] Elaine Marie McIntyre, Illinois Birth Certificate no. 30861 (July 18, 1946).
  20. [S1151] Wikipedia, online www.wikipedia.org, http://sliderule.mraiow.com/wiki/Category:Cruver, accessed March 27, 2010.
  21. [S2257] Chicago Austin News, November 9, 1955, p. 27.
  22. [S428] Chicago Tribune, February 14, 1965, p. S12.
  23. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files, Blog created January 12, 2010.

Lawrence J. McIntyre

M, b. 18 May 1890, d. 6 November 1943

Family: Lillian O'Brien b. c 1897

Citations

  1. [S40] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Lislea, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 66/7 line 7, MF# 0851602.
  2. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).
  3. [S523] Lawrence McIntyre, WWI Registration Card, www.ancestry.com, printout 7 September 2005.
  4. [S873] Lawrence McIntyre, Majestic Passenger Manifest, Arrival date April 29, 1909; Film, T715, Ancestry.com, accessed April 22, 2007, Roll 1253, Line 9.
  5. [S1195] Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Declaration of Intention, no. 11933, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, MF#1024924 (May 11, 1909), Cook County, Illinois, USA.
  6. [S2264] Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Declaration of Intention, no. 168941 (June 25, 1924), Cook County, Illinois, USA.
  7. [S2339] Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland, "Kilmacteigue Parish Records," Baptismal entry, Register B6, page 137, entry 808, (Transcribed by the Sligo Heritage Center), Lawrence McIntyre.
  8. [S535] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1047, Page 15A, (Ancestry.com, Image 823.0).
  9. [S2621] Laurence McIntyre, Ireland, County Sligo, Tobercurry, Lislea birth registration Page 388, line 341; ID# 01900362, Accessed February, 2018 (August 19, 1890).
  10. [S911] "Lawrence J. McIntyre WWII Registration Card", Ancestry.com, accessed June 14, 2009.
  11. [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.
  12. [S520] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 700, Sheet 4A, line 30, (Ancestry.com http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/) Printout dated 6 September 2005.
  13. [S2697] Celtic Catholic Registers, Digitized Images, Dublin, Ireland; Ancestry.com: Select Catholic Confirmation Registers, 1775-1923, online Ancestry.com, Laurence Joseph McIntyre entry, Kilmactigue, Sligo, Ireland. Parish: Tourlestrane, 1909. Unpaginated.
  14. [S951] McIntyre-Walsh marriage license no. 544397, issued September 2, 1910.
  15. [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.
  16. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  17. [S711] Page 252, Mary Cecelia McIntyre Baptismal Record: FHL Microfilm roll# 1703795, July 16, 1911, St. Malachy Church.
  18. [S759] McIntyre, Lawrence to Lillian O'Brien Marriage: FHL# 1030622.
  19. [S1146] Lillian McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 12532, Family Search, accessed March 23, 2010 (April 24, 1917).
  20. [S523] Lawrence McIntyre, WWI Registration Card, www.ancestry.com - Printout 7 September 2005.
  21. [S534] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 912; Sheet 14B; Ward 15, (Ancestry.com, Image 107).
  22. [S535] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1047, Page 15A.
  23. [S1766] 1940 US Census, Washington, DC, ED 103-1929, Page 11 A, Ancestry.com, accessed July 6, 2013.
  24. [S285] Family History Library, Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Burials.
  25. [S18] Lawrence J. McIntyre, Death Certificate.
  26. [S285] Family History Library, Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Burials, Lot 59, Blk 17, Sec 37, Gr 2.
  27. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.

Lillie E. McIntyre1

F, b. August 1878

Citations

  1. [S1494] 1900 US Census, Oregon, Clackamas County, Highland Precinct, Washington, DC, ED 83, Page 7B, Ancestry.com, accessed April 2, 2012.
  2. [S1505] June 8 1880 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, 2nd Ward, page 280C, Family History Library, MF# 1254073, accessed April 6, 2004.
  3. [S1499] Morning Enterprise, September 15, 1931, page 1.
  4. [S1821] California Genealogical Soceity & Library, San Francisco Probate 1906-1942, Lillian E. McIntyre entry. Viewed at Allen County Public Library, August 23, 2013.

Manuel McIntyre1

M, b. 15 August 1891, d. 19 July 1950
  • Birth: Manuel McIntyre was born on 15 August 1890 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.2
  • Birth*: He was born on 15 August 1891 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California; Birth date reflective of information provided by Concepcion Ramos McIntire on photo dated 24 September 1897.1,2,3
  • (Witness) Birth: He witnessed the birth of Maria Angelica Ruiz on 5 March 1909 at San Salvador, El Salvador.4
  • Milit-Beg*: Manuel McIntyre began military service on 1 April 1917. He held the rank of Corporal in the US Army.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.6
  • Occupation*: Manuel McIntyre was a machinist in a machine shop on 5 January 1920.6
  • Biography*: On the 1920 US Census in the Bartley McIntyre household, it notes Manuel was born in California.6
  • Marriage*: He married Anna M Bergman, daughter of Johann Bergman and Karen Bjorklund, circa 1921.7
  • (Named) Will: Manuel McIntyre is mentioned in the will of Bartholomew McIntyre 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.8
  • Residence: Manuel McIntyre lived on 14 August 1925 at 2033 Howard Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.9
  • Occupation: He was an auto mechanic in 1928.10
  • Residence*: He and Anna M Bergman lived in 1928 at 885 Castro, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.10
  • Biography: [Siblings] Mercedes [McIntyre Artiga], and Manuel were very close to one another and fond of each other. My mother [Elizabeth Artiga] told me many stories about how much fun they would have when Uncle Manuel would come to the house. Manuel taught Mercedes how to drive in their 1926 Packard. They laughed so hard they almost went off the road. Though Manuel was crippled from the nerve gas used in WWI, he was full of life and very energetic and used two canes to get around.
    Email from Joannie Zandona, September 17, 2013.11
  • Occupation: Manuel McIntyre was a mechanic in the steel industry on 11 April 1930.7
  • Biography: In 1930, Manuel and Anna owned their home on Brazil Avenue.7
  • Census 1930*: He and Anna M Bergman appeared on the 1930 census of 11 April 1930 at 1024 Brazil Avenue, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.7
  • Residence: Manuel McIntyre lived in 1935 at Veteran's Home Hospital, Yountville, Napa County, California, USA. On the 1940 US Census, Manuel states he was living at the same location in 1935.12
  • Residence: He lived between 1935 and 1950 at Veterans Hospital, Yountville, Napa County, California, USA.13
  • Name Variation: Manuel McIntyre was also known as Manuel A. McIntyre.14
  • Residence: He lived on 3 April 1940 at Yountville, Napa County, California.12
  • Residence*: He lived in 1942 at Yountville, Napa County, California.2
  • Death*: He died on 19 July 1950 at Napa County, California, USA, at age 58.3
  • Letter*: Translation of letters written by Maria McIntire to her sister Elena McIntire regarding their brother Manuel’s passing and funeral. The original letter is in Spanish and was kept as a family memento by Roberto Morales McIntire.
    Translated by: Patricia Morales, Elena’s granddaughter


    Letter 1
    Received on July 23rd (*appears to be Elena’s note)
    July 19, 1950

    Dear Elena,

    Manuel died suddenly, probably today. The hospital told Rosie that he went to bed well and next morning he did not wake up.
    It is 10.30 a.m. Rosie gave the news to Mercedes at around nine. Afterwards, I’ll give you more details. They say that Manuel requested to have the wake at Yountville, where all his friends are, and that he should be buried at the cemetery for veterans.

    Maria

    I will try to reach Armando. All the family opposed my sending you a cable because they said that the scare caused by scary news could be harmful to you.

    Letter 2
    *received on July 25, 1950
    3478-19th St.
    San Francisco
    19 July 1950

    Dear Elena,

    Earlier today I gave you the news that Manuel did not wake up this morning. It is seven and a half at night. Mercedes, Rosie and Annmarie spent all day at the place where he lived. They could see him today as of 7 at night. They say that Bobby is in charge of leading the funeral. Francisca went at noon, and since she could not see him, she came back home. Today’s afternoon she invited me to go back with her, that Irma’s husband was going to take her in his car. I told her that I appreciated the offer but besides not being possible for me to go several times due my ill health, I also have to make arrangements for someone to stay with Maruca because she does not like to stay alone in the house.
    Now Manuel is in the mortuary house in Napa. On Friday they will go back to Yountville to do the military honors at one in the afternoon. Manuel liked the tribute ceremony to veterans very much. There, I’m thinking of attending. He will be buried Monday morning at the cemetery for veterans whose location in the peninsula you must remember. I still don’t know where he will be after the military ceremony.
    Armando still does not answer his phone, I also sent him a quick delivery letter.
    Annmarie is walking again. She had her big toe and the toe next to it amputated. She is taking insulin and is without diabetes.
    You may receive this before the burial.

    Maria

    Letter 3

    Scribbled on top of page: Manuel McIntyre-(two words in unintelligible handwriting), resided more than 25 years here
    3478-19th St
    San Francisco,
    July 22, 1950

    Dear Elena,

    Manuel has been at the mortuary house in Napa except for yesterday that he was taken to the chapel at Yountville at one in the afternoon to have a Catholic ceremony at 1:30 p.m. Outside, there was a black flag with a white cross, a Catholic emblem, at half-mast.
    Inside, it is filled with seats, nobody is supposed to kneel, and all the people are either standing or sitting, probably because it is a place for disabled people.
    They placed all the floral arrangements close to the coffin, and there were many and very pretty. They opened the coffin and his comrades started approaching. Each of them made the military salute and afterwards, a military farewell. Then, they would make a movement with their feet that I think they call “Attention!” and then would walk away marching, one by one, separately.
    Later came the priest; he prayed and sprinkled holy water. He stayed while the coffin was being closed. There were four flags at the altar. Two old soldiers took 2, one by one, and stood in front of the casket, ready to leave. The priest stood between the flags and the casket. Then, next to him, a protestant chaplain came; both of them were wearing a uniform from the past war. They walked next to him, at the exit of the chapel. Some old soldiers wearing uniforms from the past war placed the casket in a car.
    The car drove outside escorted by eight old men in uniform on each side. Approximately half a block away, on each side of the road, there were old men in uniform in a military row. At the head of each row there was one of the old men with the two flags that were in front of the coffin. There were about 40 old men on each side, and each one of them had a physical defect, but they were all able to stand on foot, it was a long line of human disfiguration on each side. In a proper place, there was a band playing the funeral march. While we were at the chapel, they played the organ and a lady sang beautifully.
    The funeral car arrived at the entrance of the hospital grounds. It stopped there. Close to the car, some guys with rifles shot a number of blank shots to the air. Then, they played the trumpet just like the ones we used to hear at the end of the day in el Sapote, remember?
    (Patricia’s note: el Zapote is a military barrack in San Salvador) Immediately after, a funeral car left the hospital grounds and started riding just like any other car. The first car was driven by Rosie’s boyfriend, who drove her, Bobby, Mercedes, and a woman friend. Rosie was very pretty wearing a big black hat. Then, it was Alfred driving, and Elita, Benny and I. Then, Armando was by himself. Armando has been extremely helpful in this occasion. He offers to do anything within his reach. Annemarie did not come. At this time, maybe Vita has already come. I don’t know how she learned about it. Burial is on Monday.

    Maria

    Letter 4

    3478-19th St
    San Francisco,
    July 26, 1950

    Dear Elena,

    When I came back from Manuel’s burial I found here the letter you wrote on the 19th, the day that Mel must have died. You may remember the location of the cemetery for veterans; it is a few miles south of the Catholic one and the others. It is on a large flat terrain except for the middle where there is an artificial mount. On top of it, there is a very long pole with flags. It is very tall. I didn’t know there were such tall poles for flags. From far, we could see that the flag was at half-mast. There was a lot of room in the pole from where the flag is placed. It has a very solemn aspect, even from far. Ann Marie went, but did not come out of her car. Close to the grave there was a very fancy metal box. That was to place the casket inside before interning it into the ground. This way, the remains are preserved longer. This was paid by Rosie and Bobby who earn 3,000 a year each. All the ceremony was executed by naval military, except for the priest who led the prayers. Eight marines took the coffin into the grave. They took the flag and held it as if it was a roof about two feet above the coffin, while the priest prayed.
         Once the prayers were over, other marines shot blanks in the air. Then, the trumpet was played with the same tune we used to hear from El Sapote every day at 4:30 am I believe. The difference is that this one here was executed by a true artist. It sounds like a combination of a howling dog, cries of people, and sad music. It sounded first with a tone that was hardly perceived and then became louder, slowly, until it was very loud, the same howling of dogs, a long one, they combined the tune I mentioned earlier and whose name I forget.
    One man came with the folded flag at the end of the trumpet and asked who the widow was. They told him she was in the car. She was not impressed to receive it because it had been many years since she stopped loving Manuel.
    Armando and Grace couldn’t come. Elita
    (Patricia’s note: I assume this is her daughter Ela Concepción. Elita is short for Ela) in her car took Angelita and Lila and me. Rosie was driving another car, and took Ann Marie, Bobby, Mercedes and Betty. No one else came.
    Your birthday is coming once again. I hope you have a happy one and many more years. You wrote me to congratulate me for my 67 years. I don’t know why but I feel funny every time they call me “old lady”. On this street I am the only old lady in the neighborhood and that is what they call me. You say that you hope I live in peace. I do. Since I was in school, I have not studied sacred history. I remember that they said in those times manna was given to people and today God is giving it like back then. Every second day of the month, I receive in my mailbox 75 mannas that keep me going until the 2 of the next month when I go to the mailbox again to receive 75 more mannas.

    Maria.15
  • Burial*: He was buried on 24 July 1950 at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo County, California, USA. Manuel is buried in Section N, site 508 of the cemetery. Golden Gate National Cemetery is a Veteran's National Cemetery and is located at 1300 Sneath Lane.

    Note by Patricia Morales: in a letter by Maria McIntyre to her sister Elena, telling her about Manuel's funeral, there is mention of a woman who would not come out of the car for the funeral service at the cemetery, and apparently was Manuel's wife. (August 12, 2013).5
  • Anecdote*: 2013 description of the home Manuel spent so many years of his life:
    Located in the heart of scenic Napa Valley, the Veterans Home of California-Yountville (VHC-Yountville) is a community of and for veterans. Founded in 1884, VHC-Yountville is the largest veterans’ home in the United States, offering residential accommodations with a wealth of recreational, social, and therapeutic activities for independent living. Some 1,100 aged or disabled veterans (both men and women) or World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm, and Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom now live at the home.

    Future health care needs of veterans admitted to the Yountville Home at the Residential Care level are met by on-grounds facilities for Residential Care for the Elderly (RCFE), intermediate Care, Skilled Nursing Care, and a “Memory Care Center” for residents with various forms of dementia. General acute care is provided at Queen of the Valley Hospital in Napa, St. Helena Hospital in St. Helena, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in San Francisco

    Source: CalVet Veteran's Home, on-line: http://www.calvet.ca.gov/vethomes/yountville.aspx.
  • Blog*: He was mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyreginty.blogspot.com McIntyre/Ginty Genealogy Blog

    The 1950 letters between Manuel's sisters Maria and Elena regarding his death and funeral are translated, transcribed and posted on this blog. in 2013.16

Family: Anna M Bergman b. 16 Jan 1890, d. 27 Dec 1958

Citations

  1. [S1517] Family of Bartholomew McIntyre 1897 San Salvadore Photo; Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  2. [S1788] World War II draft registration card for Manuel A. McIntyre , no. 4018, Draft Board, San Francisco, California.
  3. [S411] California Death Index, online Ancestry.com, Manuel A. McIntyre, accessed August 10, 2013.
  4. [S1609] Maria Angelica Ruiz, San Salvador birth record Certificate no. 463, page 152, www.familysearch.org, accessed June 21, 2012 (March 5 1909).
  5. [S1793] Manuel A. McIntyre Cemetery record, National Cemetery Administration - Nationwide Gravesite Locator, Provo, UT, [database on-line], Ancestry.com, accessed August 10, 2013.
  6. [S1613] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 80, District 80, page 2B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  7. [S1791] 1930 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 65, page 19A, Ancestry.com, accessed August 12, 2013.
  8. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Authenticated copy of Will filed April 30, 1915.
  9. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Affidavit of Mailing Notice to Heirs, filed August 22, 1925.
  10. [S1932] City Directories, 1821-1989, San Francisco, 1928, accessed July 24, 2014.
  11. [S1833] Joanie Zandona, "Manuel McIntyre," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, September 17, 2013.
  12. [S1792] 1940 US Census, California, Napa County, Napa, Washington, DC, ED 28-13, page 2B, Manuel McIntyre patient, Ancestry.com, accessed August 10, 2013.
  13. [S2265] Joanie Hamilton Zandona, "McIntyre San Francisco Addresses," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, January 31, 2014.
  14. [S2181] U. S. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, online www.ancestry.com, Rosa Catherine McIntyre, SS# 565-26-6914; Accessed Ancestry.com, February 12, 2016.
  15. [S1807] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Discard previous letter," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, August 13, 2013, Includes translation and transcription of four letters written between July 19, 1950 and July 26, 1950 from Maria McIntyre Ruiz in California to her sister, Elena McIntire Morales, in San Salvador.
  16. [S1807] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Discard previous letter," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, August 13, 2013.
  17. [S981] California Births, 1905-1995, online www.californiabirthindex.org, Robert W. McIntyre, accessed August 12, 2013.
  18. [S981] California Births, 1905-1995, online www.californiabirthindex.org, Rose Catherine McIntyre, accessed August 12, 2013.

Maria McIntyre1

F, b. 24 July 1883, d. 23 June 1952
  • Birth: Maria McIntyre was born circa 1883 at San Salvador, El Salvador.1
  • Birth*: She was born on 24 July 1883 at Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico; Birth date reflective of information provided by Concepcion Ramos McIntire on photo dated 24 September 1897.1,2,3,4
  • Married Name: As of 28 October 1905,her married name was Ruiz.2
  • Marriage*: She married Alfredo Isaac Ruiz on 28 October 1905 at Central America.5,2
  • (Witness) Census 1920: Maria McIntyre 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.6
  • Name Variation: As of 5 January 1920, Maria McIntyre was also known as Mary.6
  • (Named) Will: She is mentioned in the will of Bartholomew McIntyre 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.7
  • Biography: Marie McIntire Ruiz is the administratrix of her father, Bartolo McIntire's will.8
  • Residence: Maria McIntyre lived on 14 August 1925 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.9
  • Biography: Maria became the owner of parcel one of the property previously owned by her father Bartolo.

    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.
    Decree of Final Settlement and Final Distribution, filed August 17, 1926.10
  • Biography*: Maria Ruiz owned her home at 79 Curtis Street in 1930.11
  • Census 1930*: She appeared on the 1930 census of 5 April 1930 at 79 Curtis Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.11
  • Occupation*: She was a seamstress in a factory on 5 April 1930.11
  • Naturalization*: She and Maria Angelica Ruiz were naturalized before 1940.12
  • Census 1940*: Maria McIntyre appeared on the 1940 census of 3 April 1940 at 3478 19th Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, USA.12
  • Biography: The home on 19th street is rented.12
  • Residence*: She lived between 19 July 1950 and 26 July 1950 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.13
  • Name Variation: Maria McIntyre was also known as Mary Anne Ruiz.14
  • Death*: She died on 23 June 1952 at San Francisco County, California, USA, at age 68;
    RUIZ - June 23, 1952, Mary Anne, beloved wife of the late Alfred Ruiz, dearly beloved mother of Mary Angela Ruiz, loving sister of Mrs. Frances Campos, Mrs. Mercedes Artiga and Mrs. Elena Morales, loving sister-in-law of Gustavo A. Ruiz.
    Friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday, June 25, 1952, at 7:45 a.m. from Duggan's, 3434 17th Street, near Valencia; thence to St. Charles' Church where a Requiem High Mass will be offered at 8:15 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
    San Francisco Examiner, June 24, 1952.4,14
  • Burial*: She was buried on 25 June 1952 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, San Mateo County, California, USA.14

Family: Alfredo Isaac Ruiz d. b 1920

Citations

  1. [S1517] Family of Bartholomew McIntyre 1897 San Salvadore Photo; Sal Bigone Photo Collection.
  2. [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).
  3. [S1611] El Salvador: Pedacito de Mapa, online elsalvadorpedacitodemapa.blogspot.com, Accessed June 22, 2012; Blog page may have been written on December 17, 2007.
  4. [S411] California Death Index, online Ancestry.com, Mary Ruiz entry, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  5. [S1619] Sal Bigone, "Photo from April 3, 2012," e-mail to Elaine Beaudoin, June 21, 2012.
  6. [S1613] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 80, District 80, page 2B, Ancestry.com, accessed June 22, 2012.
  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), First and Final Account, filed July 30, 1926.
  9. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Affidavit of Mailing Notice to Heirs, filed August 22, 1925.
  10. [S1840] Bartolo McIntire Probate file No. 41592 (Death), Decree of Final Settlement and Final Distribution, filed August 17, 1926.
  11. [S1808] 1930 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 70, page 6B, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  12. [S1811] 1940 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 38-277, page 2A, Ancestry.com, accessed August 15, 2013.
  13. [S1807] Patricia Morales Tijerino, "Discard previous letter," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, August 13, 2013, Includes translation and transcription of four letters written between July 19, 1950 and July 26, 1950 from Maria McIntyre Ruiz in California to Elena McIntire Morales in San Salvador.
  14. [S1949] San Francisco Examiner, June 24, 1952.
  15. [S1609] Maria Angelica Ruiz, San Salvador birth record Certificate no. 463, page 152, www.familysearch.org, accessed June 21, 2012 (March 5 1909).

Mary McIntyre

F, b. 1 August 1881, d. 8 March 1927

Mary McIntyre Egan, Passport photo, 1923
  • Birth*: Mary was born at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, on 1 August 1881. Passport application states that she was born in Aclare, which is the larger town near Lislea..2,3,4
  • Biography: Bridget and Mary McIntyre were twins.5,3
  • Baptism: She was baptized at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, on 2 August 1881. Religion: Roman Catholic; Baptismal Sponsors: John McIntyre and Catherina Leonard.4
  • Birth: She was born on 1 August 1884 at Ireland.6
  • (Witness) Residence: She lived with Lawrence McIntyre and Mary Ginty in 1901 at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo.7
  • Residence*: Mary McIntyre lived in 1901 at Lislea, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo.7
  • Biography: "I remember Aunt Mary very well. She was my Dad's sister and she and Dan used to come over to (the) house for dinner. I remember her getting sick and dying. It is rather vague in my mind but I do not think we saw much of Dan after her death. I was rather young, I know that. As far as I can remember I think Mary McIntyre came to America and married Dan here. Mary Died here. To the best of my knowledge. All of this happened when I was under or about ten years old. Mary was well liked by all the family as I recall. She was also rather pretty. That seems so long ago. The Larry referred to was my Dad's younger brother. I recall him very well since he and his family lived about a block away on the 4900 block of Gladys. His son, my cousin, Larry, Junior, used to play together. Must have been when I was under 9 years old since that was the time I took over the newstand from your father, at Laramie and Madison in the spring of 1929."8
  • Immigration: She immigrated on 27 September 1907; When Mary arrived in New York, she was going to a Mulroy house located at 831 Elizabeth avenue.9,10
  • Immigration: She immigrated on 27 September 1907; Servant.9
  • Immigration*: She immigrated on 27 September 1907 to New York City, New York County, New York, USA; Port of departure: Queenstown.9,11
  • Immigration: She immigrated in 1908. She came to Chicago, Illinois.2
  • Census 1910*: She appeared on the 1910 census of 15 April 1910 at 111 W. 45th Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.10
  • Occupation*: She was a servant for a private family on 15 April 1910.10
  • (godparent) Baptism: They became Mary Cecelia McIntyre's godparent at her baptism at St. Malachy Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 16 July 1911.12
  • Naturalization*: Mary McIntyre and Daniel J. Egan were naturalized in 1912; Most likely naturalized in Chicago, Illinois.11
  • Name Variation: As of after 1914, Mary McIntyre was also known as Eagan.13
  • Marriage License: She and Daniel J. Egan obtained a marriage license on 5 September 1914.14
  • Married Name: As of 6 September 1914,her married name was Egan.13,14
  • Marriage*: She married Daniel J. Egan at Holy Angels Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 6 September 1914.13,14,15,2,6
  • Residence: Mary McIntyre and Daniel J. Egan lived on 17 September 1918 at 3722 Emerald Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.16
  • Census 1920*: Mary McIntyre and Daniel J. Egan appeared on the 1920 census of 7 January 1920 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.11
  • Description*: Mary McIntyre was described as five feet three inches tall, with a small face and forehead, stub nose, small mouth and medium chin. Her eyes were a grayish brown eyes and she had black hair with a fair complexion. She had no distinguishing marks. on 12 June 1923.2
  • Residence: She and Daniel J. Egan lived on 12 June 1923 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.2
  • Biography: Mary Egan along with her brother Thomas McIntyre and his wife Ellen with their five children, Mary, Lawrence, Blanche, Catherine (sic) and Thomas sailed from New York aboard the ship Caronia on June 30, 1930 to visit their parents, Lawrence and Mary McIntyre in County Sligo.2
  • Biography: Mary Egan along with her brotherThomas McIntyre and his family left from Cobh, County Cork, on September 2, 1923 on the Ship Baltic after visiting their parents for several weeks in Lislea, County Sligo.17
  • Residence: Mary McIntyre lived on 8 September 1923 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.17
  • Biography: Mary McIntyre Egan and her brother Thomas McIntyre and his family sailed into New York Harbor on September 8, 1923, stopping at Ellis Island, after having sailed across the Atlantic from Ireland.17
  • Occupation: She was a housewife before 1927.6
  • Residence*: She and Daniel J. Egan lived in 1927 at 6751 Elizabeth, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.18
  • Death*: Mary died on 8 March 1927 at Mercy Hospital, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 45. Chicago Daily News, March 8, 1927, page 39

    Egan - Mary Egan (nee McIntyre), March 7, 1927, dearly beloved wife of Daniel J. Egan, sister of Thomas, Lawrence, John and Mrs. Harn (sic) and the late Catherine McIntyre. Native of Lislea, County Sligo, Ireland. Funeral Thursday from late residence 6715 Elizabeth at 8:30 to St. Brendan's Church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated: Interment Holy Sepulchre. For information call Yards 0586.

    Died of a pulmonary embolism following same day surgery for uterine fibroid tumors..18,13,6
  • Funeral*: She received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 10 March 1927 at St. Brendan Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.18
  • Burial: She was buried on 10 March 1927 at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Worth, Cook County, Illinois, USA. She is buried in a single grave 97, block 10, section 5. GPS coordinates: N 41 degrees, 41 minutes, 15.0 seconds; W 87degrees, 46 minutes, 21.7 seconds; Altitude: 610 feet.18,6,19
  • Blog*: She was mentioned in a blog at http://mcintyreginty.blogspot.com McIntyre/Ginty Genealogy Blog
    on 4 June 2010.20

Family: Daniel J. Egan b. 10 Apr 1882, d. 7 Nov 1960

Citations

  1. [S40] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Lislea, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 66/7 line 7, MF# 0851602.
  2. [S908] Mary Egan, U. S. Passport Application, no. 311285 (issued June 15, 1923).
  3. [S1444] Mary McIntyre, Ireland, County Sligo, Tobercurry, Aclare, Lislea, birth registration no. 420 (September 6, 1881).
  4. [S2330] Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland, "Kilmacteigue Parish Records," Baptismal entry, Register B6, page 45, entry 45, (Transcribed by the Sligo Heritage Center), Mary McIntyre.
  5. [S1448] Bridget McIntyre, Aclare, Tobercurry, Sligo birth certificate no. 419 (September 6, 1881).
  6. [S1175] Mary Egan, Illinois Certificate of Death, Family History Library, MF#1877966.
  7. [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.
  8. [S784] Thomas McIntyre, "Aunt Mary and Dan Egan," e-mail to Elaine M. Beaudoin, September 8, 2007.
  9. [S756] Mary McIntyre, Baltic Ship manifest, September 27, 1907.
  10. [S1178] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 352, Page 13A, Ancestry.com, accessed February 6, 2007.
  11. [S1176] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 244, Sheet 3B, Ancestery.com, accessed Februry 6, 2007.
  12. [S711] Page 252, Mary Cecelia McIntyre Baptismal Record: FHL Microfilm roll# 1703795, July 16, 1911, St. Malachy Church.
  13. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  14. [S757] Egan, Daniel J. to McIntyre, Mary: FHL# 1030580.
  15. [S758] Holy Angels Church: entry for Daniel J. Egan to Mary McIntyre, September 6, 1914 Holy Angels Church, Chicago, Illinois, FHL# 1752991.
  16. [S1177] World War II draft registration card for Daniel Joseph Egan , Draft Board, 11 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.
  17. [S953] Mary McIntyre Egan, Baltic Passenger List, September 2 - 8, 1923; accessed September 28, 2005.
  18. [S762] Chicago Daily News, March 8, 1927, page 39.
  19. [S1183] Mary Egan cemetery marker, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Alsip, Illinois.
  20. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.

Mary McIntyre1

F, d. before 1891
  • Marriage*: She married Michael McIntyre before 1854. Date based on date of birth of child, Lawrence McIntyre..
  • Death*: Mary McIntyre died before 1891. Her husband's death record notes he is a widow when he dies in 1891.2

Family: Michael McIntyre b. c 1805, d. 19 Nov 1891

Citations

  1. [S12] Kilmacteige Parish Baptism Book, McIntyre, Lawrence, Baptismal Record, 12 August 1854, Family History Library [FHL].
  2. [S1420] Michael McIntyre, Ireland, Sligo, Tobercurry, Aclare Death Register.

Mary McIntyre1,2

F, b. 10 October 1856, d. 12 June 1934

Family: James Leonard b. 20 Sep 1843, d. 17 Jan 1893

Citations

  1. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo: County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society, letter dates October 10, 1990 to Dolly Parker Purcell., St. Attracta Church.
  2. [S1815] William P. Leonard, California, Certificate of Death.
  3. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo: County Sligo Heritage and Genealogy Society, letter dated October 10, 1990 to Dolly Parker Purcell., St. Attracta Church.
  4. [S369] Baptismal Registry, Toulestrane, Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo: Mary McIntyre entry. Family History Library, MF 0926015, accessed November 20, 2000., St. Attracta Church.
  5. [S1476] Sal Bigone, "McIntyre-Leonard Family in San Francisco," e-mail to Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, March 15, 2012.
  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. [S1624] Bartley McIntyre, U. S. Passport Applications, no. 59583 (issued July 16, 1917).
  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. [S43] 1880 unknown record type, unknown repository address, FHL#1254075, page 582B; 127 Welsh St., San Franciso, CA.
  10. [S1484] 1880 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 104; Page 582B, Ancestry.com; accessed March 24, 2012.
  11. [S1485] 1900 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 96, Page 6B, Ancestry.com; accessed March 24, 2012.
  12. [S1502] The Dalles Weekly Chronicle, September 11 1908.
  13. [S1489] 1910 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 161, page 11B & 12 A, Ancestry.com; accessed March 30, 2012.
  14. [S1489] 1910 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 161, page 11B & 12 A, Ancestry.com, accessed March 30, 2012.
  15. [S1515] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 156, page 5B, Ancestry.com, accessed April 1, 2012.
  16. [S1510] "Bartholomew John Leonard WWI Registration Card", Accessed April 1, 2012.
  17. [S1511] "James Thomas Leonard WWI Registration Card", Accessed April 1, 2012.
  18. [S1515] 1920 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, ED 156, page 5B, Accessed April 1, 2012.
  19. [S1477] 1930 US Census, California, San Francisco County, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Ed 336, page 5B, Ancestry.com; accessed March 30, 2012.
  20. [S374] Dolly Parker Purcell, "McIntyre Family of Lislea," e-mail to Elaine Watson via e-mail address, April 11, 2003, Guess is that Mary must be listed in the death notice of someone who died on September 14, 1931.
  21. [S1872] Mary Leonard Lane Funeral Home Record;, Ancestry.com, Accessed January 22, 2014.
  22. [S1871] Mary McIntyre Leonard Lane Gravestone photograph, a1934, Sal Bigone Photo Collection, Photo of gravestone in Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, California.
  23. [S43] 1880 unknown record type, unknown repository address, FHL#1254075; Page 582B; 127 Welsh St., San Franciso, CA.

Mary Cecelia McIntyre

F, b. 23 June 1911, d. 18 November 1994

Mary McIntyre Kenney Garrity, 1977

Family 1: Robert Emmett Kenney b. 23 Jun 1900, d. c 3 Apr 1958

Family 2: John "Jack" F. Garrity b. 22 Jun 1905, d. c 12 Dec 1971

Citations

  1. [S8] Ginty/McIntyre Family Tree, 1995 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  2. [S571] Mary Celia McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 11773 (June 25, 1911).
  3. [S386] Mary C. Garrity, Illinois certificate of death.
  4. [S1276] Mary McIntyre, Illinois Birth Certificate no. 11773, Family History Library, MF#1288214, Cook County Birth Certificates 1878-1922 (June 25, 1911).
  5. [S571] Mary Celia McIntyre, Illinois birth certificate no. 11773, Family History Library MF# 1288214 (June 25, 1911).
  6. [S711] Page 252, Mary Cecelia McIntyre Baptismal Record: FHL Microfilm roll# 1703795, July 16, 1911, St. Malachy Church.
  7. [S526] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 854, sheet 2A, line 41, Newberry Library, printout April, 1998.
  8. [S909] Thomas McIntyre, U. S. Passport Application, no. 310656 (issued June 15, 1923).
  9. [S984] Thomas J. McIntyre US Passport, issued June 15, 1923 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  10. [S952] Thomas McIntyre, Baltic Passenger List, September 2 - 8, 1923, http://www.ellisisland.org, accessed September 28, 2005.
  11. [S536] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ed 1052; Page 9B, Ancestry.com, image 1016.0.
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  13. [S985] Mary Catherine Kenney v. Robert Emmet Kenney, Divorce Records, Cook County Archives, Chicago, file no. 47C-15856 (1948): Report of Proceedings, Archives of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County.
  14. [S2123] 1940 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-2336, page 62B, Accessed Ancestry.com, April 11, 2013.
  15. [S949] Garrity-Kenney marriage license.
  16. [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.
  17. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.
  18. [S881] Mary C. Garrity Memorial Card, November 20, 1994 Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.