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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] KANE francis
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 20:28:05 -0500
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Judie and Margaret,

Is this the right family:

I found a Michael and Anna Kane in 1920 with children Francis (@1905)
Vincent, Bernadette, Cornelia and Phillip.
(In 1910 the father in law Cornelius McMahon was living with them.

There was this obit in the chicago Tribune on August 27, 1960:

Francis Kane, dear father of Nora Zermeno; brother of Vincent T;
Phillip H and Bernadette Agrifoglio.
Funeral Saturday Aug 27 at 930 am from Funeral Home, 1732 Wilson ave
at Hermitage, to our Lady of Lourdes.
Mass 10am Interment Mount Carmel.

Judie---no mention of two sons, so maybe this is not the right
Francis Kane?


On Jul 17, 2007, at 7:37 PM, wrote:

> :::really pop her head up this time and standing up out of the
> gopher hole:::
>>>> Judie Mason Wrote:
>>>> Trying to located the two sons of my Godfather FRANCIS KANE b.
>>>> c 1905
> Chicago. Francis was one of my father's best friends, worked for
> the CPD (not
> a police officer) and was killed in an automobile accident in the
> 1950's or
> 1960's in Arizona.
> Judie,
> My father was Philip Kane (born Chicago 1918), youngest son of
> Michael &
> Annie Kane. His oldest brother was Francis Leroy Kane (born
> Chicago, 17 April
> 1905). My records indicate that he was killed in a car accident
> in Texas in
> 1960. He is buried at Mount Carmel cemetery next to his mother
> and father. I
> don't know about sons for my Francis or what his employment was.
> So I don't
> know if they are the same guy. (Again some names are a dime a
> dozen in turn
> of the century Chicago.)
> Please write back if there is any additional information which I
> might give
> you.
> Margaret Kane Ward
> Vero Beach, FL
> :::returning to lurk mode:::
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