• Jeremiah D Sheehan’s Service Record to his County

    By Published On: January 14th, 2021Categories: Military, Surname: Sheehan

    Jeremiah D Sheehan is an Irishman who likely enlisted in the War of the States in order to provide food and shelter for his family. Since he had already obtained Citizenship through Naturalization in 1859, he did not NEED to enlist in order to obtain Citizenship. Company C, 3rd Infantry Regiment On 25 July 1861,

  • The History of The Sheehan Branch Of My Family

    By Published On: September 19th, 2013Categories: Bio's, Surname: Hayes, Surname: Sheehan

    JEREMIAH D SHEEHAN & FAMILY Jeremiah D Sheehan was born in County Kerry, Ireland, on March 17, 1827. According to immigration records, Jeremiah arrived in Boston on June 7, 1846, and applied for naturalization on January 18, 1859, in Manchester, NH.   He was married to Mary Sullivan, born circa 1829 in Ireland. There is

  • Three Generations of Sheehans in The United States

    By Published On: December 7th, 2009Categories: On The Genealogy Trail, Surname: Sheehan

    THE FIRST US GENERATION OF SHEEHANS Jeremiah D Sheehan was born circa 1826 in Ireland.  He arrived in the US sometime around 1845, although no concrete details about his immigration have been found yet.  He was married to Mary Sullivan, who was born circa 1829 in Ireland. Together they had six children. • Jeremiah Sheehan,

  • Sheehan’s and Hayes’ At The Old St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Bedford, NH

    By Published On: November 21st, 2008Categories: Church's and Cemeteries, Surname: Hayes, Surname: Sheehan

    With the help of Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness Volunteer Jack Stanton, I was able to discover a treasure-trove of information about several Sheehan and Hayes relatives who are interned at the Old St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Bedford, NH. (see “Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness” – A Must For The Genealogy Toolbox!). I had contacted Jack by

  • To My Relatives On Veteran’s Day…. Thank You!

    I know there are many relatives who served our country that are not yet on this list. By next year, I hope that I can find you and add you to our little tribute. From Philip Sr., Colleen, Philip Jr. and Kevin.... THANK YOU! On Veteran’s Day we honor Soldiers who protect our nation. For