The following is a transcription of a front page article, published in the Manchester Daily Union on March 9, 1905 concerning the death of John Hayes. John Hayes was born November 23, 1819 and is the youngest child of John Hayes and Hanora Leahey of Killarney, Ireland. He is the brother to my great x2 grandfather, Jeremiah Hayes of Manchester, NH. There is so much to write about him, but this article provides a grand overview of things we would never have known about him. The detail is extraordinary
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Jonathan J Foley, Sr, – Saturday afternoon, March 4, 1967, at a local infirmary. Survived by son, Jonathan J Foley, Jr; granddaughter Ms. Betty Foley; grandson Jonathan J Foley III. Remains are at the Chapel of Martin’s and Bracey-Walsh, 209 Louise Ave. where services will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Conducted by Rev. Robert S Hayden. Interment Woodlawn. […]
Jonathan J Foley III, a businessman from Atlanta, died of heart failure Friday at the Nashville home of his mother, Harriet Foley. A private memorial service will be held at St. George’s Episcopal Church. Mr. Foley graduated from Montgomery Bell Academy and Mercer University, where he was president of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He attended graduate school at the University […]
Saturday morning, December 28, 1963, at her residence, 1618 Stokes Ln., Mrs. Mary Agnes Foley, widow of the late John Joseph Foley. She is survived by one son, Jonathan J Foley; one grandson, Jonathan J Foley J; two great grandchildren, Betty Bruce Foley and Jonathan J Foley three, all of Nashville; several nieces and nephews. Her remains are at Martin’s, […]
Prominent Nashville attorney Jonathan (Jack) Foley, 75, died Saturday morning after a long illness. Services for Mr. Foley are scheduled for 11 AM tomorrow at St. George’s Episcopal Church Mr. Foley practice law in Nashville for 40 years, until his retirement in 1989. He was a senior partner in the Foley and Weiss law firm and former president of Tennessee […]
JEREMIAH D SHEEHAN & FAMILY Jeremiah D Sheehan was born March 17, 1827 in County Kerry, Ireland. According to immigration records Jeremiah arrived in Boston on June 7, 1846 and applied for naturalization on January 18, 1859. He was married to Mary Sullivan, who was born circa 1829 in Ireland. There is no indication as to whether they were married […]
Abt. Tuesday, September 8th, 1906 Either, Manchester Union or The Ledger Unconscious At His Post John J Hayes Was Stricken With Apoplexy and Died John J Hayes, a nightwatchman in the stocking mill in Amoskeag was found unconscious in the mill at 1 o’clock Monday morning, and died at 9 o’clock. The cause of the death was an apoplectic shock. […]
Thursday, May 10, 1906 Manchester Union Page 4 John J Hayes The funeral service of John J Hayes was held at St. Patrick’s Church on Wednesday morning, the Rev. Father Matthew Kramer celebrating a high mass of Requiem at 830 o’clock, assisted by the church choir. Interment was at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, where Father Creamer read the last prayers. Kean […]