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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Visitation
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 03:45:01 -0500
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Mike, does the name John Hunt mean anything to you?

I saw this obit in Chicago Irish Families of an Anna MOORE married to
a James Hunt.
They were living a few doors down and across the street from where
James and Deborah Obrien were living in 1910.

Hunt, John 5209 Carpenter st., husband of Anna (nee Moore), father of
James, Thomas, and Mrs. Annie Gabel, also of the late Catherine and
Mary Hunt; native of Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo. Funeral from Visitation
Church thence to Mt. Olivet cemetery. --September 4, 1905 (1) The
Chicago Daily News , 1878-1902, funeral notices

On Apr 25, 2007, at 9:25 AM, Mike Obrien wrote:

> I am originally from Visitation. Went 1st thru 4th grade. My family
> is from 55th and Racine. I've been up in Michigan since the early
> sixties. The rest of my family still inhabits the general south
> side of Chicago. I enjoy seeing comments and names mentioned from
> Vis although, not sure records go back to when I would need them.
> I'm working on finding gr-gr-grandparents which would be the
> parents of James and Deborah O'Brien (born 1860,1861) that is all
> I know about them. Also looking for info on grandmother's side for
> Patrick and Esther Moore. Only info I have for them is from death
> certificate of John Moore (gr-grandfather) in Cook County. I read
> all the IRISH-IN-CHICAGO emails as you never know what you will
> come across.
> Mike O'Brien
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