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101 The Name was spelled Gainer in the Catholic Parish Records in
Ireland, the Records in the United States spell it as Gaynor. 
Ann GAINER
 
102 Witness: Catherine Ward. Family residing in the Civil Parish of
Drumcar at the time of the Baptism. 
Ann GAINER
 
103 Cause of Death: Pneumonia, Bridget was 85 years of Age at her
death. 
Bridget GAINER
 
104 Living at 404 Thames St. Bridget GAINER
 
105 Physician: P. E. Clark

Undertaker: P.H. O'Neil 
Bridget GAINER
 
106 Witness: Bartholomew Garety & Catherine Strand. Residence of
family was noted to be in the Parish of Drumcar. 
Bridget GAINER
 
107 "Lived out to service and died at an advanced age" Mary GAYNOR
 
108 Cause of Death: Acute Bronchitis Mary GAYNOR
 
109 Living at 24 Burns Ct in Newport Mary GAYNOR
 
110 Witnesses: Peter Butterfly and Mary Boylan. Residence of family
was noted to be Castlethomas 
Mary GAYNOR
 
111 NEVILLE

Monday, June 05, 2006



Mary Gustava Hamilton Neville passed from this life on Saturday,
June 3, 2006, with family members at her bedside.



She was born Feb. 2, 1927, to Ellis and Mary Etta Goff Hamilton.
She was a lifelong resident of Hurley and an active member of
Hurley United Methodist Church. Mrs. Neville was a member of
East Central Chapter NO. 393 of the Order of the Eastern Star.
She retired from her teaching career with the Mobile County
School System.



Mrs. Neville was preceded in death by her parents, her husband,
Edwin Joseph Neville, and brothers, M. L. Hamilton and Donald
Hamilton.



She is survived by two sons, Thomas Hugh Neville (Barbara) and
Donald Joseph Neville (Patricia); and one daughter, Mary Neville
Jones (Ed); sisters Mable Walley, Pascagoula, and Olga Roberts,
Vancleave; and one brother, Herbert Hamilton, Lake Charles, La.;
four grandchildren, Brandon Currie Jones (Laurie), Allison Marie
Neville, Mary Etta Jones (Fianc‚e Graham Carner), and Catherine
Ann Neville, and one great-granddaughter, Ellen Blythe Jones.



Visitation will be at Heritage Funeral Home on Monday, June 5,
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with the funeral service on Tuesday, June
6, at 1 p.m., at Hurley United Methodist Church with visitation
one hour before the service. Officiating will be Rev. Nell Maki,
Dr. Rex Yancey, and Rev. Dennis Ray Smith. Interment will follow
in Hamilton Family Cemetery, Hurley.



Arrangements by Heritage Funeral Home in Escatawpa, Miss.
Locally owned and operated. You may view and sign a register
book for Mrs. Mary Neville at www.heritagefuneralhome.us. 
Mary Gustava Hamilton
 
112 Cause of Death: Scrofula--primary Tuberculosis of the Lymphatic
Glands 
Polly Hammond
 
113 "Baulaughbee" Bridget HARRINGTON
 
114 Cause of Death--Cerebral Hemorrhage Bridget HARRINGTON
 
115 Parents written as Michael Ceabourgh (Harrington) and Margaret
Healey of Balaughbea. Witnesses: Timothy Ceabourgh & Ellen
Ceabourgh 
Bridget HARRINGTON
 
116 Section 18 Lot 2 Bridget HARRINGTON
 
117 Duve or Duff Honora HARRINGTON
 
118 Hannah Honora HARRINGTON
 
119 Sponser: Daniel Roe & Mary Houlihan Cornelius HARRINGTON (CAOBACH)
 
120 FALL RIVER -- Anna H. (Hart) Jones, 79, of Swansea died
Thursday, May 29, 1997 at Charlton Memorial Hospital. She was
the widow of Alfred V. Jones and the daughter of the late Sumner
F. and Catherine A. (Holland) Hart.

Born in Fall River, she attended Sts. Peter and Paul Church for
many years and was a communicant of St. Joseph Church in Fall
River.

She was a graduate of Durfee High School and for many years was
a sales clerk in the children's' department of Cherry and Webb
in Fall River until her retirement about 10 years ago.

For the past 10 years she resided in Swansea and was a
communicant of St. Thomas More Church in Somerset. She was a
longtime member of Four Hands Round Square Dance Club and a
former member of the Emblem Club in Fall River.

She is survived by a daughter, Kathryn E. Jones of Swansea; a
sister, Constance H. Charette of Fall River; and several nieces
and nephews.

A funeral Mass will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Thomas
More Church, Luther Avenue.

Arrangements are by the Rose E. Sullivan Funeral Home, 866
County Street, Somerset. 
Anna D. Hart
 
121 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Constance Hart
 
122 Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910 Elsie Rice Hay
 
123 Portland Press Herald (ME) - March 25, 1995

Deceased Name: ELSIE RICE 'SALLY' H. WILSON LOVED NURSING,
SAILING MAINE COAST

Elsie Rice ''Sally'' H. Wilson, 89, a former nurse who stayed
active in town affairs for many years, died Monday at Windward
Gardens in Camden.



Mrs. Wilson was born in Quincy, Mass., on March 29, 1905. She
attended schools in Quincy, graduating from the former Woodward
School for Girls and the Quincy Hospital School of Nursing.



She married John Wilson and the couple lived in Hope. During
World War II, while her husband was on active duty overseas,
Mrs. Wilson worked as a nurse at Camden Community Hospital.



''She loved being a nurse. She just loved the work,'' said her
daughter, Jacqueline W. Corcoran of Hope.



Her busy nature and interest in helping others led Mrs. Wilson
to the Hope town office, where she was town clerk from 1946 to
1948. During that time, she was the school nurse and public
health official in Camden.



Mrs. Corcoran remembers a time when the school doctor discovered
a number of students had tonsilitis. They were thankful Mrs.
Wilson was there to minister to them as they recovered.



''There she was, nursing them back to health,'' Corcoran said.



Mrs. Wilson was also a member of the Hope Grange and the garden
clubs in Hope and Camden. In her spare time, she enjoyed working
with needle and thread. In 1969, she made the official
bicentennial flag for Camden-Rockport.



''It was big enough to be held by two people,'' her daughter
said proudly.



Among Mrs. Wilson's other hobbies were making Braille cards for
the blind. Corcoran said she can remember her mother making
Braille for all of the hymn books at the First Congregational
Church.



''My mother had the equipment, the heavy paper, all of it,'' her
daughter said. ''She just liked to help and to stay busy.''



During the summer, Mrs. Wilson and her husband, who died in
1975, spent time on Hobbs Pond with their family, which included
Mrs. Corcoran, a son, John, a brother and a sister. The couple,
members of the Camden Yacht Club, also enjoyed sailing the
coast.



The couple moved to Washington, D.C., for a time while Col.
Wilson served at the Pentagon as a chief of staff for an Army
specialized services unit. The couple returned to Hope on Col.
Wilson's retirement.



Surviving is a son, John Wilson, and a daughter, Jacqueline W.
Corcoran, all of Hope; a brother, Richard Hay, and a sister,
Dora Paisley, both of Kittery; 10 grandchildren, several
great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Mrs.
Wilson's sister, Helen Scott of Portsmouth, N.H., died in 1995.



A memorial service will be held on Mrs. Wilson's birthday,
Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. at Laite & Pratt Funeral Home, 9
Mountain St., Camden, with the Rev. Jeanne Tuttle officiating.
Burial will be private in the spring.



Edition: CITY

Page: 9B

Copyright (c) 1995 Guy Gannett Communications 
Elsie Rice Hay
 
124 Portland Press Herald (ME) - February 14, 1995

Deceased Name: HELEN F. SCOTT WORKED FOR PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW
HAMPSHIRE

Helen F. Scott, 81, of Rudolph Avenue died Sunday at Portsmouth
(N.H.) Regional Hospital.



She was born in Wollaston, Mass., a daughter of Theodore C. and
Alda Shay Hay, and graduated from Portsmouth High School in
1931.



Before retiring, Mrs. Scott worked for Public Service of New
Hampshire for more than 30 years.



She was a member of North Church, Portsmouth, and was the first
Demolay Mother for the William Whipple Chapter, Kittery.



She enjoyed painting and gardening.



Surviving are two sons, Richard L. of Thomasville, Ga., and
Thomas E. of Kittery; a daughter, Nancy A. Young of Kittery; a
brother, Richard H. Hay of Portsmouth; two sisters, Elsie R.
Wilson of Camden and Theodora G. Paisley of Kittery; four
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.



A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Wilson-Cooper
Funeral Home, 21 Rogers Road. Spring burial will be in Orchard
Grove Cemetery.



Edition: YORK

Page: 5B

Copyright (c) 1995 Guy Gannett Communications 
Helen Frances Hay
 
125 Vol: 616 ; Page: 100 Helen Frances Hay
 
126 Maine Sunday Telegram (Portland, ME) - November 12, 2000

Deceased Name: THEODORA G. PAISLEY, 88

Theodora G. Paisley, 88, formerly of Jones Avenue died Nov. 10,
2000, at York Hospital.



She was born in Wollaston, Mass., a daughter of Theodore and
Alda Shay Hay, and attended schools there. She and her family
then moved to Portsmouth, N.H., where she graduated from high
school.



She married Kenneth H. Paisley on May 7, 1933, and they were
married for more than 56 years.



She had lived here for more than 60 years.



A bowler, she was a member of the Coffee Breakers and the Lame
Ducks bowling leagues, as well as the Riverside Women's Club.



Mrs. Paisley also served on the Orchard Grove Cemetery
Association in Kittery as secretary for many years.



She attended the Second Christian Church of Kittery.



She enjoyed going out to dinner, music and dancing. She spent
time at her camp in Hope and made gifts by hand.



Her husband died previously.



Surviving are a daughter, Liz Higgs of Kittery; two sons, John
H. Paisley and William Paisley, both of Kittery; a brother,
Richard Hay of Portsmouth; 12 grandchildren, 15
great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandson.



Visiting hours will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at J.S.
Pelkey Funeral Home, 125 Old Post Road/Route 1 Bypass, Kittery.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral
home.



Edition: CITY

Page: 6B

Copyright (c) 2000 Guy Gannett Communications 
Theodora Gertrude Hay
 
127 Vol: 608 ; Page: 75 Theodora Gertrude Hay
 
128 Vol: 492 ; Page: 258; Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910;
Cause of death: Whooping cough 
Annie Healy
 
129 Cause of death: Marasmus; Vol: 516 ; Page: 211 Elizabeth Healy
 
130 Sun, The (Lowell, MA) - May 22, 2003

Deceased Name: Arnold J. Heenan

longtime Tewksbury resident; 70



TEWKSBURY Arnold J. Heenan, 70, a longtime Tewksbury resident,
died yesterday, May 21, at his home. He was the husband of Carol
A. (Pesce) Heenan.



He was born in Cambridge on Sept. 14, 1932, son of the late
Arnold J. and Elizabeth (O'Connell) Heenan. He attended St.
Dorothy's Church in Wilmington.



Prior to retirement, Mr. Heenan was employed as an electronics
technician.



He was a member of the Tewksbury Knights of Columbus.



Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Arnold J. Heenan III;
two daughters and sons-in-law, Kathaleen Day and her husband
Tom, Laura Rosa and her husband Steven, all of Tewksbury; four
sisters, Mary DeNapoli, Betty Morgan, and Ellen McLaughlin, all
of Medford, Catherine Couyner of Derry, N.H.; and a brother,
Edward Heenan of Windham, N.H.. He also leaves his
sister-in-law, Frances Heenan of Medford. 
Arnold J. Heenan
 
131 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Catherine Heenan
 
132 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edward J. Heenan
 
133 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Grace Heenan
 
134 Vol: 543 ; Page: 452 James Heenan
 
135
Rev. Peter Hobart was the first Minister of Hingham 
Peter HOBART, PRev/Rev
 
136 Vol: 430 ; Page: 217 Annie Holland
 
137 Resident of 565 Plymouth Ave at time of marriage John Holland
 
138 Resident of 363 5th Street at time of his marriage. Michael Holland
 
139 Cause of Death: emphysema Patrick Holland
 
140 HOLLAND

"Sister" Mary, daughter of Dennis & Johanna Holland, Died July
27, 1898, ae 24 years



Michael J. Holland and Family (no other info, #1431)



Patrick H. Holland

His wife, Mary A. (no dates)



Patrick Holland, Died Dec. 11, 1896, aged 32 years

Mary, his wife, Died June 28, 1922



http://www.rootsweb.com/~ussnei/StPatFR.htm 
Patrick Holland
 
141 Plat 3, Patrick Holland
 
142 Vol: 385 ; Page: 124 William F Holland
 
143 Cause of Death: Croup Emma D Holton
 
144 Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 56 Number 1876



Rank 224

Date November 12, 1881

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper Daily News



The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper
entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired
by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language
in which they originate.



d. Portland (St. John) 11th Nov., Fannie M. HOWES eldest d/o
Joseph HOWES and Frances HOWES, age 3 years 5 mos. 
Fannie M. Howes
 
145 Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 74 Number 1297



Rank 298

Date November 15, 1889

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Telegraph



The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper
entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired
by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language
in which they originate.



d. St. John city, 19th inst., James HOWES and Francis HOWES,
twin children of Joseph HOWES and Frances HOWES. Funeral Friday
from residence of their parents, Sheriff street, 9 o'clock a.m. 
Francis Howes
 
146 According to the 1901 Census Jane Howes
 
147 SE148 Jane Howes
 
148 Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 74 Number 1297



Rank 298

Date November 15, 1889

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Telegraph



The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper
entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired
by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language
in which they originate.



d. St. John city, 19th inst., James HOWES and Francis HOWES,
twin children of Joseph HOWES and Frances HOWES. Funeral Friday
from residence of their parents, Sheriff street, 9 o'clock a.m. 
Joseph Howes
 
149 Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 42 Number 320



Rank 224

Date August 7, 1877

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper Daily News



The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper
entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired
by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language
in which they originate.



d. Portland (St. John) Monday 5th Aug., Thomas Alvin HOWES, age
3 mos., youngest s/o Joseph HOWES and Frances HOWES. 
Thomas Alvin Howes
 
150 Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 46 Number 1400



Rank 74

Date January 20, 1879

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Telegraph



The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper
entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired
by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language
in which they originate.



d. Portland (St. John) Saturday 18th inst., William HOWES, age
75. Funeral from his residence Sheriff St. Monday half past 2
o'clock. 
William Howes
 

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