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From: bessinger janice <>
Subject: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Michael & Patrick Foley
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 10:42:05 -0700 (PDT)


Thanks to all who responded regarding my "Mike & Pat". Margaret, what was the site where you found these fellows? Some glimmer of hope. Thanks again. Janice in North Florida

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>    1. Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO Digest, Vol 4,
> Issue 35 (John Corrigan)
>    2. Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO Digest, Vol 4,
> Issue 34 ()
>    3. Bridgeport church ()
>    4. Re: IRISH-IN-CHICAGO Digest, Vol 4,
> Issue 34 ()
>    5. Francis Miller stone wall (Jerry
> Kattke)
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> Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 12:20:39 -0500
> From: John Corrigan <>
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> All Saints at 25th and Wallace which merged with St Anthony
> (German) is a
> possible church for folks living at 31st & Normal.
>
> John Corrigan
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> Hi Janice,
> I have a Thomas Foley who married Alice Margaret Evans.
> Alice was born in 1910, so I imagine Thomas was born some
> time around there. They lived in the Bridgeport neighborhood
> of Chicago (I'm guessing this because she was buried from
> St. David's church which is there.)
> They had four daughters and I haven't traced them yet.
> I wish I could have been more help to you.
> Margaret
> -------------- Original message from bessinger janice
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> > Margaret, were you looking for Stevenson, Foley or
> Stevenson Foley? I am looking for Michael and Patrick Foley.
> I know they were in Chicago from about 1882 but can't find
> anything before that time. Janice in North Florida (Where
> the creek has risen! The Suwannee and associated rivers have
> reached the 500
> > year mark.)
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> > > Is there someone who would know what "Irish"
> Catholic
> > > parish would have served the area around 31st St.
> and Normal
> > > before St. David's, which opened in 1905?
> > > I'm trying to check on several related families
> from around
> > > 1880 till St. David's started.
> > > Many thanks,
> > > Margaret
> > > Looking in the Bridgeport area for Donohue,
> Evans,
> > > Stevenson Foley and Madden.
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> Many thanks to everyone who answered my church question. It
> looks like Nativity or St. Bridget's or St. Anthony-All
> Saints. I'll try all three at the local LDS library.
> Happy Easter to all the Chicago Irish, where ever you may
> be!
> Margaret in Minnesota
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> Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 01:38:55 +0000
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> Janice,
> I was just looking at a Chicago site from Ancestry and I
> found this:
> Foley, James. Aug. 10, 1901. Brother of Mrs. Mary Williams,
> Mrs. Bridget Scully, Mrs. Kate Murphy, Mrs. Ellen Scanlon,
> Mrs. Margaret Scully, PATRICK AND MICHAEL FOLEY. Native of
> Ballyroe Co. Wexford. Funeral from residence 733 W. 36th st.
> to Nativity church to Mt. Olivet cemetery.
>
> I hope this might be your Pat and Mike.
> Margaret
> -------------- Original message from bessinger janice
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>
> > Margaret, were you looking for Stevenson, Foley or
> Stevenson Foley? I am looking for Michael and Patrick Foley.
> I know they were in Chicago from about 1882 but can't find
> anything before that time. Janice in North Florida (Where
> the creek has risen! The Suwannee and associated rivers have
> reached the 500
> > year mark.)
> > >
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> > > Is there someone who would know what "Irish"
> Catholic
> > > parish would have served the area around 31st St.
> and Normal
> > > before St. David's, which opened in 1905?
> > > I'm trying to check on several related families
> from around
> > > 1880 till St. David's started.
> > > Many thanks,
> > > Margaret
> > > Looking in the Bridgeport area for Donohue,
> Evans,
> > > Stevenson Foley and Madden.
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> Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 20:23:26 -0500
> From: Jerry Kattke <>
> Subject: [IRISH-IN-CHICAGO] Francis Miller stone wall
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> I'm stuck with Francis (or maybe Frank) MILLER. I posted
> this on the 
> Cook county list and got a few good ideas; does someone
> here have any?
>
> Thanks
> Jerry Kattke
>
> 1821: born in Ireland (Tipperary, according to son John
> Francis' death 
> record)
>
> 1850: living in Chicago (census); infant daughter Mary
> recently died
>
> 1856 (28 sep): son John Francis baptized, St. Bridget,
> Chicago
>
> 1856/57: Chicago city directory, butcher on Liberty near
> Clark; in US 
> 7 years
>
> 1856 Chicago city directory: shoemaker, Clark bt Twelfth
> and Liberty
>
> 1860: living in Chicago (census)
>
> 1862 (20 dec): daughter Anne baptized, Old St. John's,
> Chicago
>
> 1870: family does not appear in census
>
> 1880: wife Bridget listed in census as a widow
>
>
> Most of family buried at Mt. Olivet, but Francis does not
> appear in 
> any Chicago Catholic cemetery record or at Graceland (have
> not yet 
> checked Rosehill or Oak Woods)
>
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