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From: "Kathleen M. Klimek" <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Murray and Tracey
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 09:01:40 -0600 (GMT-06:00)


Mary:
Thanks SO much for this obit. I do not have a subscription to ancestry as we have it accessible in our public library. But there are some databases you cannot access there. Maybe this was one of them? County waterford huh? Very interesting. Thanks so much!

Kathleen M.

-----Original Message-----
>From: Mary Mullarkey Wentzell <>
>Sent: Oct 28, 2006 3:14 AM
>To: "'Kathleen M. Klimek'" <>,
>Subject: RE: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Murray and Tracey
>
>Kathleen,
>
>Look what I found on Ancestry.com
>
>MURRAY, PATRICK, at residence, 504 Ashland Ave, husband of Delia, nee Tracy,
>father of Daniel, James, William, Thomas, Mary and Kittie, native of County
>Waterford. Funeral from Holy Family Church to Calvary -Nov. 28, 1898
>
>Database:"Chicago Irish Families, 1875-1925"
>
>Source:"The Chicago Daily News, 1878-1902, funeral notices"
>
>
>Wish it was always this easy..even the county is listed!
>
>I hope this helps!
>
>
>Mary Mullarkey-Wentzell
>
>*****************************************************
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:Behalf Of Kathleen M. Klimek
>To:
>
>I am looking for possible info on a Murray family and a Tracey family (or
>individuals).
>
>My ggg-grandfather Patrick James Murray b. 1846 (or 47) Ireland and
>ggg-grandmother Delia Tracey (born 1847-48) Ireland are both listed in the
>1870 fed census as living in the third ward Chicago. He was listed as
>laborer, she as domestic servant. I think they were both came to the US
>after 1860 since I cannot locate them (at least in IL) on the 1860 census
>but they are on the 1870 census.
>
>Anyone who has tips or ideas on records that would help me proceed or have
>more info on this family, thanks! I would like to figure out how to find out
>which county in Ireland this family came from - if that is even possible?
>Limerick? Since a lot of west siders were from that county?
>
>
>


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