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Mullady, Francis (Frank) (c 1841-) Ireland, Wolcott and Richards

Not listed 1870 directory.

Francis (Frank) Mullady the son of Mary Moran Mullady was born circa 1841 in Ireland. The Mullady family were at 82 Wolcott for many years. The family ran a grocer/liquor business. Franks's wife, Julia, and her daughters were dress makers.

Birth circa 1841 Ireland - mother Mary Moran Mullady (she was listed in the 1875 census born c 1792 - cannot find her in other censuses)

Sibling Julia born c 1843, Ireland - in 1875 census - cannot find her in other censuses

Aunt: Bridget Kilbride or Gilbride - born Ireland c 1829 - in 1875 and 1900 censuses with the Mullady family, unmarried.

John Kilbride - wife Mary - 1875 real estate transfer - see below


Marriage: Mary born circa 1845 Ireland


  1. Julia Mullady c 1867

    Married Peter Flanagan

  2. Mary Ellen Mullady c. 1869

  3. Kitty Mullady c 1870

    Marrried John J. Grant (per 1900 census)

  4. Margaret Mullady c 1872

  5. Patrick Mullady c 1875

  6. Francis circa 1877

  7. Hester c. 1879

    Hester Mullady of 82 Wolcott married Michael F. Manning of 144 Carroll st in 1908

    MANNING - MULLADY. Among the weddings of the week was that of Michael P. Manning and Hester Beatrice Mullady, celebrated in the Church of the Visitation, Verona and Richard streets, on Wednesday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. William J. White, pastor of the church, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Quinn. Miss Francos Mullady a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and John J. Shanahan, a cousin of the bridegroom, best man. Mrs. Mary L. Crowley, a friend of the young couple, played the wedding march from "Lohengrin". The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Peter Flanagan, wore a gown of white chiffon cloth and duchess lace, made en princesse and a white Neapolitan hat with white plumes. She carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid was gowned in pink marquisette with, a pink hat covered with pink flowers, and carried Killsmey roses. After the ceremony, a supper was served at the bride's home, 82 Wolcott street, where the young couple will live after their honeymoon. Many costly presents were received from relatives and friends.

  8. Annie c 1882

1868: Sentence suspended Francis Mallady for drunkenness, July 21, 1868 (BE)

1870: Ward 12, "Mulleady", Francis, 29, laborer, $1000, Ireland, Mary 28, Ireland, Julia 3, Mary 1

1871: An officer was assaulted in Red Hook by a "rough fellow who goes by the name of Frank Malady, who resides at 82 Wolcott street". The office had arrested a drunk who Malady tried to rescue.

Not listed under that spelling in 1872 directory.

1873: Mullady, Frank liquor 82 Wolcott

1875: Wolcott: frame, $1,800, Francis Mullady 34, grocer, Ireland, wife Mary Mullady 30, Ireland, daughter Julia Mullady 8 daughter Mary Ellen Mullady 7 daughter Kitty Mullady 5 daughter Margaret Mullady 3 son Patrick Mullady 1, Mary Moran Mullady mother 83, Julia Mullady 32 sister, four families in the house all Irish, Mullady owned the building.

1875: Real Estate Transfer" Wolcott nes 165 s e Van Brunt 25x100 F Mullady to John Kilbride

1880 census:

1882, 1886: Francis Mullady 1886 82 Wolcott Grocer Brooklyn, New York, City Directory, 1882, 1886

1890: Mullady, Julia, 82 Wolcott, 1895 same address under dressmakers

1892: Directory Mullody, Julia dressmaker 82 Wolcott.

Death of Francis (Frank) Mullady:

Probate: No.

82 Wolcott: Death Margaret Kilbride December 1886

1894: "Miss Julia A Mullady of 82 Wolcott street is spending a month at Cairo, Green county." (BE)

1891: Mullady, Mary, wid . h 82 Wolcott

1892: Mary Mullady, 54, Ireland, Julia 24, dressmaker, Mary 23, --- curler, Kate, 21, dressmaker, Maggie 19, dressmaker, Patrick 18, laborer, Frances, 15, Hester 13, Annie 10

1889/90 Mary Mullady, Widow Francis 82 Wolcott 1889, 1890 Brooklyn NY

1899: Death - Mary Mullady wife of the late Francis Mullady of 82 Wolcott st Church of the Visitation. Burial Flatbush. (Mullady Mary 54 y Mar 27 1899 5304 Kings)


1900: "Mrs." Mullady of 82 Wolcott street signed a petition addressed to Alderman Hennessy to have Wolcott street repaved between Ferris and Dwight. It was described as a main thoroughfare leading to Prospect Park and a principle side street of the Twelfth Ward.

1900: 82 Wolcott, Julia Mullady 29, head, own, Anna Mullady 16, sister, Hester Mullady 18, sister, dressmaker, Francis Mullady 20, sister, dressmaker, Magarette Mullady 26, sister, dressmaker, Kate Grant 28, sister, Edward Grant 1, nephew, Bridget Kilbride 70, aunt - plus two tenants


MANNING - Mullady Among the weddings of the week was that of Michael F Manning and Hester Beatrice Mullady, celebrated in the Church of the visitation, Verona and Richards streets, on Wednesday afternoon. .........

Miss Francis Mullady a sister of the bride was bridesmaid....... The bride who was given away by her brother-in-law.... Peter Flanagan, wore a gown of white chiffon cloth and duchess lace, made en princese, and a white Neapolitan hat with white plumes......

The bride carried a "shower bouquet" of roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaids were in pink marquisette, with pink hats and Killarney roses. A wedding supper was held at 82 Wolcott where the couple planned to liv.t

Bridget Kilbride was listed at 82 Wolcott rear in 1876

1910 Census: 82 Wolcott: Francis Mulady 28 Anna Mulady 24, sister, Bridget Kilbride 63, aunt, Catherine Tracey 12, niece, also Flanagan, Peter 54, court attendent surrogate court, Julia wife 42, married 9 years, 3 children 3 living, Joseph 8, Anna 5 and Peter Jr 2, thre was a seperate listing for "rear" where sister Kate and her family were living: John J Grant, 41, iron worker, dry docks, Catherine wife 35 married 12 years 5 children 4 living, Marie 8, John 5, Kathryn 4 Margaret 1 year and 3 months

1923: KILBRIDE Bridget, sister of late Mrs. Mary Muullady, died Saturday, at her residence, 82 Wolcott street. Funeral Tuesday, Nov. 20, 192S, at 9:30 A. Visitation Church for requiem mass. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

John Kilbride: Mary A Kilbride wid John 109 Wolcott 1889/90


Death of Mary Mullady 1891

Probate: petitioner Francis S Mullady, 113 Raymond St. husband, of Mary E Mullady who died 4th December 1891 - property about $400 - Children William about 10 years and Mary about 2 and a half.

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