John "Jack" Walsh1
M, b. circa 1830, d. before 1901
- Father: Unknown Walsh
- Birth*: John "Jack" Walsh was born circa 1830 at Ireland; Date is an estimate based on when he married.
- Occupation*: He was a farmer at Knockahoney, Tubbercurry, County Sligo, Ireland.1
- Marriage*: He married Bridget Cawley at Knockahoney, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, on 14 February 1857.2,3
- Occupation: John "Jack" Walsh was a farmer on 23 March 1896.4
- Death*: He died before 1901 at Ireland; John Walsh's wife was listed as a widow on the 1901 Irish Census; it is assumed he died in Ireland.5
Family: Bridget Cawley b. c 1840, d. 18 Dec 1919
- [S2482] Thomas Maye and Anne Walsh marriage record, Tourlestrane, Tubbercurry, County Sligo, Ireland: Accessed, May 2, 2017.
- [S339] Marriage query from the Sligo Heritage Center, August 1998. Indexed from Kilmacteigue Roman Catholic Parish. Register number M1, page 27, entry 407.
- [S36] Marriage Register: entry for Joannis Walsh to Bridgita Cawley, 14 February 1857 St. Attracta Church, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, Family History Library [FHL], Salt Lake City, Utah, MF# 926015.
- [S2689] Ireland, County Sligo, Tubbercurry, Tourlestrane marriage register: entry for John McNulty and Catherine Walsh, March 23, 1896 IrishGenealogy.ie, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland, Accessed April 11, 2018.
- [S37] 1901 Irish Census, County Sligo, Kilmacteige Parish, Knockahoney, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, 67/16, line 2, MF# 851602.
- [S1297] Anne Walsh entry, Aclare, Tobercurry, County Sligo, Birth registration Volume 19-2, page 548, Family History Library, MF#101158 (October 25, 1867).
F, b. before 12 January 1858
- Birth*: Mary was born at Knockahoney, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, before 12 January 1858. Baptismal sponsors were Michael Cunnie (Cunney) and Bridget Reid.1
- Baptism: She was baptized at Knockahoney, Sligo, Ireland, on 12 January 1858. Religion: Roman Catholic. Sponsors were Michael Cunnie (Cunney) and Bridget Reid.1
- [S2332] Kilmacteigue Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland, "Kimacteigue Parish Records," Baptismal entry, Register B2, page 16, entry 214, (Transcribed by the Sligo Heritage Center), Mary Walsh.
M, b. 1872
- Birth*: Pat was born at Tubberoddy, County Sligo, Ireland, in 1872.
M, b. before 21 April 1860
- Birth*: Patrick was born at Knockahoney, Kilmacteige Parish, County Sligo, Ireland, before 21 April 1860.1
- Baptism: He was baptized at Knockahoney, Sligo, Ireland, on 21 April 1860. Religion: Roman Catholic Baptismal sponsors were Austin Cawley and Anne Reid.1
- (informant) Death: He was an informant on the death certificate of Bridget Cawley on 18 December 1919 at Cashel, Aclare, Tubbercurry, County Sligo, Ireland; This is believed to be the death registration of Bridget, but not proven. She is the correct age, 80. She is a widow of a farmer, John Walsh. Her oldest son is named Patt and a Patt Walsh, son, was present at death. The discrepancy is she died in Cashel, not Knockahoney. I do not know where her son Patrick was living in 1919.2
- Marriage*: He married an unknown person .
- John "Jack" Walsh+ b. c 1830, d. b 1901
Family: Anna Haughey b. 10 Mar 1896, d. May 1987
M, b. 3 January 1904, d. 10 June 1952
- Birth*: Robert was born on 3 January 1904.
- Marriage*: He married Hazel M. Nicholson circa 1936.
- Death*: Robert died on 10 June 1952 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 48.
Watson - Robert Watson, beloved husband of Hazel, nee Nicholson; loving father of Robert E., and Lawrence W., brother of Hayes and Lawrence. Funeral Saturday, June 14, at 8:30 a.m. from funeral home, 3246 Jackson blvd., to Our Lady of Sorrows church. Interment Mount Carmel. Member of Brophy post, No. 195, American Legion. Kedzie 3-2304.
Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1952, page N11..1
- Funeral: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 14 June 1952 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1
- Burial*: His body was interred on 14 June 1952 at Hillside, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at Mount Carmel Cemetery.1
Family: Hazel M. Nicholson b. 1904, d. 30 Mar 1961
- Robert Edward Watson b. 14 Jun 1937, d. 23 Jan 2009
- [S1313] Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1952, page N11, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, accessed February 11, 2011.
Robert Edward Watson
M, b. 14 June 1937, d. 23 January 2009
- Father: Robert Watson b. 3 Jan 1904, d. 10 Jun 1952
- Mother: Hazel M. Nicholson b. 1904, d. 30 Mar 1961
- Birth*: Robert was born at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 14 June 1937.
- Death*: He died on 23 January 2009 at Weiss Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 71. Funeral mass for Robert “Doc” Watson 71 is 11 AM. Friday at St. Gilbert’s Catholic Church 301 E. Belvidere Rd. Grayslake, IL. Visitation is Thursday from 4-8 PM. at the Kristan Funeral Home P.C., 219 West Maple Ave. (2 blocks west of Rt. 45 on Rt. 176) Mundelein. He was born June 14, 1937 in Chicago and died Friday January 23, 2009 at Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In 1956 Doc graduated from St. Phillips High School in Chicago. He earned his PHB from DePaul University, his MBA from Loyola University in Administration and Statistics and his PHD from Loyola in Research Design and a minor in Computer Science. He taught and was also Principal at St. Mary’s Grade School in Buffalo Grove, Assistant Principal at Carmel Catholic High School for 8 years then went back to the classroom and taught math at Carmel for more than 30 years. At the same time Doc taught statistics at the graduate and undergraduate level at Loyola University and National Lewis University for more than 20 years. He was also a former minor league baseball player in the St. Louis Brown organization. His passion in life was the kids he taught at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein and his dogs Nellie, Annie and Willow. He was an avid reader and puzzler. During his retirement he enjoyed spending time at Fred’s Diner in Grayslake with his friends. He is survived by his brother Lawrence W. Watson and his former sister in-law Elaine Beaudoin. In lieu of flowers memorials to Carmel Catholic High School 1 Carmel Parkway Mundelein, IL. 60060 or Save-A-Pet 31664 N. Fairfield Rd. Grayslake, IL. 60030. For information visit www.kristanfuneralhome.com or call 847-566-8020.
Chicago Sun Times, January 26, 2009
Robert "Doc" Watson Watson, Robert "Doc" 71, beloved brother of Lawrence W., former brother in-law of Elaine Beaudoin. Visitation 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Kristan Funeral Home P.C., 219 West Maple Ave. (2 blocks west of Rt. 45 on Rt. 176) Mundelein. Mass of the Resurrection 11 a.m. Friday at St. Gilbert's Catholic Church, Grayslake. In lieu of flowers memorials to Carmel Catholic High School, 1 Carmel Parkway, Mundelein, IL 60060 or Save-A-Pet, 31664 N. Fairfield Rd., Grayslake, IL 60030. For information visit www.kristanfuneralhome.com or call 847-566-8020.
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) - January 30, 2009
Deceased Name: Robert "Doc" Watson: Carmel math teacher was 'old school'
A longtime math teacher and department chairman at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein has died.
Robert "Doc" Watson was known as an old school math teacher whose insistence on students documenting their work in solving problems, made him memorable both with his young mathematicians and his colleagues. He died Friday at age 71.
His career spanned more than 30 years at the high school.
Mr. Watson first taught math at St. Mary School in Buffalo Grove from the late 1960s through 1974, where he was instrumental in firming up its math curriculum.
That same year, Mr. Watson moved to Carmel, teaching for 15 years in the former Carmel High School for Boys. When it merged in 1989 with its counterpart, Carmel High School for Girls, Mr. Watson became the math department head.
"He was old school and somewhat gruff, but he had a heart of gold," says his colleague Jane Conarchy. "He loved his students."
Laura Middaugh, a new math teacher in the department at the time, came to appreciate his years of experience in the classroom and overall support.
"He truly loved his subject matter and loved to find problems with twists in them to make people think," says Middaugh. "He had a fascinating mind and had amazing insights to quantitative issues both in and out of the classroom."
Students, however, were wary of him at first.
"He was very strict and somewhat stern, but once you got to know him, you realized he was there for you," says one of his former students, Kevin Kristan. "He wanted you to learn."
Another former student, Damontae January of Waukegan, still remembers the 23-step proof Mr. Watson made his students learn.
Mr. Watson, who lived in Grayslake, taught everything from algebra and geometry to upper levels of calculus before he was head of the math department for eight years.
He ultimately returned to his true love of teaching before retiring five years ago.
A 1998 Carmel graduate, Stephanie Kane regularly kept in touch with her former teacher throughout college. She vividly remembers his classroom, filled with collages of his former students.
"His passion for learning, his commitment to mentoring young people and his appreciation for life and laughter motivate me to this day," Kane says.
Mr. Watson is survived by one brother, Lawrence, of Chicago.
Visitation will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Kristan Funeral Home, 219 W. Maple Ave. in Mundelein before an 11 a.m. funeral Mass Friday at St. Gilbert's Catholic Church, 301 E. Belvidere Road in Grayslake.
Robert "Doc" WatsonEdition: L2
Copyright (c) 2009 Daily Herald.1,2
- Burial: He was buried in February 2009; Bob was cremated and his ashes were taken by Larry Watson to be kept until his dog, Willow, dies. Bob has asked that his ashes, those of his three dogs, Annie, Nellie and Willow be buried together.3
- Anecdote*: Elaine Beaudoin was a reader at Robert Watson's funeral mass on February 6, 2009. She read the second reading from the Phil 4, 4-9.
I wish you all joy in the Lord;
I will say it again: all joy be yours!
Let your generosity be clear to all.
And now, my family and friends,
All that is true, all that is noble,
All that is just and pure,
All that is loveable and gracious,
Whatever is excellent and admirable
Fill your thoughts with these things.
The lessons I have taught you,
The traditions I have passed on,
All that you heard me say or saw me do,
Put into practice;
And the God of Love will be with you.
The Word of the Lord.3
- Rcfuneral*: He was buried from on 6 February 2009 at St. Gilbert Church, Grayslake, Lake County, Illinois, USA.2