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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Enright's Schlorf
Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 04:23:50 -0500
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Hi Patrick,

I sent you an image of a Chicago marriage notice for a Nancy G.
Enright, dau of Michael J. Enright, to Daniel K. Schlorf.
The notice (wih a picture) appeared in the Suburanite Economist on
Jan 1, 1958. I accessed it thru Newspapers.
The father of the bride, MIchael J. Enright, would probably be too
young to be your uncle, but possibly your uncles's son?

Does anyone on the list have any information on this Enright family?
In 1958 they lived at 1445 N Menard. She was married in St Angela's
Her husband, Daniel K. Schorf's father was Kenneth Schlorf and they
lived at 201 N Austin.
Maid of honor was Betty Enright, bridesmaid Bonnie Schlorf, flower
girl Maureen Baldwin of 129 N Menard.

I have nothing to connect this to Patrick's uncle, except that it's a
record of a Michael Enright in Chicago.


On May 11, 2007, at 5:24 PM, wrote:

> Hi Maureen and Nan;
> Thanks for responding. My uncle, Michael Enright was born in Newtown,
> Clarina, Co. Limerick March 14, 1886. He immigrated to Brooklyn,
> New York on Sept 8,
> 1911 at age 25. He arrived on the ship, Carmania. His parents were
> Patrick
> Enright and Anna Collopy Enright. He had 3 brothers, Patrick, John,
> {my father},
> Richard and 4 sisters, Mary, Hannah, Johanna and Bridget. Patrick
> and all the
> sisters stayed in Ireland. I believe I found him in Chicago in the
> 1920 Fed.
> Census. I say I believe because this was the only Michael Enright
> who stated in
> the 1920 census that he immigrated in 1911. He was living with a
> Kenney family
> as a boarder at Marshfield Ave. in Cook Co. Chicago. He was
> employed as a
> Motorman on the street railway.
> I have several death certificates and Immigration papers of
> Michael's but
> all are not my uncle. I have a feeling that he changed his age for
> some reason
> as I haven't been able to find any one with the correct birth date.
> By the way,
> I have a copy of his birth certificate. There are several Michael's
> in the
> draft registration for WW1 but none are my uncle.
> Of course, my uncle is long gone but I had hoped to find some of his
> relatives if he married. His brother Richard never married. My
> parents married in New
> York City and I was raised in the Bronx.
> I was told that it was a hopeless case to find him but I'm one of
> those thick
> Irishmen.
> I'm looking for some of that Irish luck. I would be grateful for
> any help.
> Thank you and take care.
> Patrick
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