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Ballinrobe Natives who were listed in the Obits From the Brooklyn Eagle

  1. Julia Walsh, daughter of John Walsh and Fanny Feeney

    6 June 1928

    ULIA F. WALSH died Monday at her home, 24206 136th. ave, Rosedale. She was born in County Mayo Ireland. She was the sister of the late Mary O'SHAUGHNESSEY. The funeral will be held from the house of her niece Mrs. Henry BROCKER, with whom she lived, at 10 A.M. Friday, with a requiem mass at the R.C. Church of St. Clare, Rosedale. Interment will be at Calvery Cemetery under the direction of Francis P. MURPHY, 21824 137th. ave. Springfield Gardens.

    Note: Julia was the daughter of John Walsh and Fanny Feeney, see John Walsh and Fanny Feeney

  2. John Burke and Bridget Cameron, Caher, Ballinrobe




    1. Mary Burke Gormally, daughter of John Burke and Bridget Cameron




      Children: 1910 Census:

      1920 Census:

      GORMALLY--On Wednesday, June 13, 1928, Mary BURKE GORMALLY, a native of Parish Ballinrobe, County Mayo, Ireland , beloved wife of Charles GORMALLY. Funeral from her residence, 281 Classon ave., on Saturday, July(June) 16, thence to St. Patrick's R.C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

      Mary BURKE GORMALLY, born at Parish Ballinrobe, Co., Mayo, Ireland, the daughter of the late John Burke and Bridgit CAMERON BURKE. died yesterday at her home, 281 Classon ave. She had been a resident of N.Y.C. for the past 26 years, and for the past year and a half a member of St. Patrick's R.C. Church, Kent and Wiolloughby aves., where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated Saturday by the Rev. John F. CHERRY. She is survived by her husband Charles GORMALLY; 3 brothers, James Patrick and Thomas; 2 sisters Mrs. G.B. DRAVES, of El Paso Texas and Miss Celie BURKE, of N.Y. Interment will be St. John's Cemetery under the direction of William DUNIGAN & Son, 201 Park ave.

    2. Celia Burke daughter of John Bruke and Bridget Cameron

      December 15, 1931 Celia BURKE, born in Cahir, Ballinrobe, County Mayo, Ireland, a daughter of the late John and Bridget CAMERON BURKE and a resident of New York City for twenty-three years, died Sunday at the French Hospital. She was a member of the Guard of Honor and the Rosary Society. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Delia GRAVES of El Paso, Texas and three brothers, James, Thomas and Patrick BURKE in Cahir, Ireland. The funeral will be held from William Dunigan & Son Chapel, Rogers avenue and Montgomery street, at 8:30 A.M. Wednesday with requiem mass at the Church of St. Ignatius. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. No Date of Birth

    3. Delia
    4. James
    5. Thomas
    6. Patrick

  3. Charles Gormally (1889- ) Immigrated 1914

    1901 Census Ireland: Did not find.

    1911 Census Ireland: Did not find.

    Immigration: 1914

    Franconia from Queenstown to NYC October 31, 1914, charles Gormally, age 26, Ballinrobe, father Peter Partry, Ballinrobe, co. Mayo, traveling with Partick Conway age 20 of Ballinrobe, to East Hampton, Long Island, to cousin Mary Conway.

    WWI DR: Charles Gormally 141 Carlton Ave born arch 17, 1889, "Allen Rough" Ireland, laborer, single, medium, grey eyes, brown hair.

    1920 Census: Carlton Ave with the Gibbon family Gormally, Charles, cousin, single, immigrated 1914, naturalized 1919, molder, W Bliss

    Passport application, 1923: Charles Gormally, born Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, 17 March 1888 father, Peter Gormally, born Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, emigrated Queenstown, Ireland October 1914, 8 years in Brooklyn New York Naturalized in Supreme Court State of New York April 1920, age 34, 5 ft 7 inches, eyes blue, hair black, 123 Ryerson Street Brooklyn 11 January 1923

    Entry to US: 23 January 1923 from Liverpool to NYC

Ballinrobe Natives From Other Records

Delia Caulfield

Delia Caulfield age 18 seamstress to uncle J Murphy E 97th street passage paid by sister. Missed the boat. No later record on Ellis Island site. In April 2013 John Henning wrote that Delia Caulfield from Ballinrobe and James Garry* from Ballinrobe arrived on October 10 at Boston on the Ivernia from Queenstown (October 2). The immigration information was the same as that listed on the Oct 6 manifest. J Murphy was John Murphy, the brother of Bridget Murphy Caulfield. Bridget Murphy Caufield was Delia's mother. Delia had a sister Margaret who also immigrated to the USA.

For a list of Ballinrobe residents who immigrated through Ellis Island, New York between 1892 and 1906 go to go to Ballinrobe Immigrants


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