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From: Nan Brennan <>
Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Roll Call - Reardon 91st * Commericial
Date: Sat, 21 Jul 2007 21:58:13 -0500
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In-Reply-To: <001201c7cbb1$61a0da50$6400a8c0@CARMEN>


Carmen, that photography studio at 90th and Commercial where the
Reardon sisters picture was taken would be a few blocks from St
Patrick's South Chicago at 95th and Commercial. That was an Irish
parish. I am not certain (anyone know??) if it is still open.

LDS film no is 1602782 Items 1-4

description:
Item 1: baptisms .................. 1869-1899 (includes full-name
index by year) marriages ................. 1874-1920 Items 2-3:
baptisms ............... 1900-1915 (includes full-name indexes by
year [1st runs to 1920]) Item 4: marriage (only 1).......... 1900
(includes full-name index that runs past 1900)

Nan


On Jul 21, 2007, at 11:08 AM, Carmen DiGiacomo wrote:

> Thomas Reardon-Ballycohey, Co. Tipperary
> Spouse and two daughters (at least).
> Family Photo from Thayer Studio, Austin, Ill and a later photo from
> Hein &
> Schanabel Studio, Commerical Ave-Chicago. I am estimating this is
> all post
> 1875.
>
> No parish info, no neighborhood info. This is all I have except his
> parents
> were Edmond & Johannah Breen Reardon. Siblings-Jeremiah, Edmond,
> John (they
> immigrated to America); Mary Reardon Hanley-Ballycohey, Co.
> Tipperary and
> Johannah.
>
> Somebody please have a connection.
>
> Carmen-Pittsburgh
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nan Brennan" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, July 21, 2007 5:14 AM
> Subject: Re: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Roll Call - PERFECT FORMAT FOR
> DATABASE
>
>
>> Hello Listers,
>>
>> Thank you to all of you who have responded to the roll call for your
>> Surname/Parish Interests of your Chicago Irish ancestors.
>> And for those of you who haven't yet, please do!
>>
>> I have started a database from your Roll Call emails.
>> Below I have inserted Peter Biggins response. This turns out to be
>> the perfect format for for entering data to the database.
>>
>> For future responses for Roll Call, please try and follow Peter's
>> format.
>> If you don't have a parish, try to include a neighborhood or rough
>> address ( Bridgetport of 35th&Lowe for example )
>> If you don't know the origins in Ireland, just put Ireland.
>>
>> Thanks very much.
>>
>> Nan
>>
>> And thanks Peter.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Jul 20, 2007, at 3:24 PM, wrote:
>>
>>> Biggins, Co. Mayo
>>> St. Dennis, Lockport, 1835-1885
>>> Sts. Peter & Paul, Naperville, 1885-1900
>>> St. Vincent, Lincoln Park, 1900-1955
>>>
>>> Foy, Co. Mayo
>>> Holy Name, Near North Side, 1855-1883
>>> St. Bridget, Bridgeport, 1871-1910
>>> St. Mary's, Loop, 1883-1892
>>> St. Vincent, Lincoln Park, 1900-1955
>>>
>>> McNally, Ireland
>>> St. Louis, Loop, 1855-1870
>>> All Saints, Bridgeport, 1870-1890
>>>
>>> Carroll, Co. Limerick
>>> Holy Family, Near West Side, 1880-1905
>>> St. Charles Borromeo, Near West Side, 1905-1907
>>> Most Precious Blood, Garfield park, 1907-1945
>>> St. Thomas Aquinas, Austin, 1934-1952
>>>
>>> Kenny, Ireland
>>> St. Jarlath, Near West Side 1875-1882
>>> St. Malachy, Bear West Side, 1882-1908
>>> St. Thomas Aquinas, Austin, 1908-1948
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Peter Biggins, Darien, CT
>>>
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