Monday, September 21, 1897 Manchester Union Page 4 Funeral of Thomas E Hayes The remains of Thomas E Hayes were removed from the family residence, 30 Second St., to the Cathedral Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, where the funeral services were held, the Rev. Father Hennon officiating. The internment took place in the family lot
Monday, August 1, 1927 The Union, City Editor Page 11 Mrs. Jane B. Hayes Mrs. Jane B (Keilty) Hayes, a resident of Manchester for 70 years, died early Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry McNeil at 266 Goffstown Road, after a short illness. She was a native of Manchester, England. Mrs.
Monday, August 2, 1927 The Leader (City Edition) Page 12, Col 7 Mrs Jane B Hayes The funeral of Mrs. Jane B Hayes took place Tuesday afternoon from the family home, 266 Gofftstown Road. Sorrowing relatives and friends assembled at St. Patrick's Church where at 9 o'clock, Rev. Joseph R O'Connor celebrated a high mass
Finally…. conclusive proof as to the parents of George Oakley Yerks arrived today via US Mail. George Oakley Yerks is the great, great grandfather of Colleen Hayes, my wife. Since acquiring George’s Brooklyn Death Certificate several years ago, there has been a lingering doubt in my mind as to who his parents really were. This is
After months looking for the final resting place of William Yerks (b. 1801) and his wife Maria (b. 1803), I decided to pursue a lead that I had dismissed long ago because I just couldn’t see how it could be related. Several years ago, I came across a record at the Find-A-Grave website that listed