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Re: My Davoren Connection
Posted by: ANNA DAVOREN (ID *****3482) Date: August 12, 2004 at 15:53:53
In Reply to: My Davoren Connection by Jean Marie Gill of 107

John Mortimer Davoren born 1819 in Moycullen, Co Galway, ireland. He married Ann McDonough born in Co Galway in 1829. John died at Hoge, KS, Leavenworth Co. 10/29/1882 and is buried at Hoge. Ann died in Kansas City, MO 8/26/1904 and is buried at Hoge. John's father was Mortimer(Murty) Davoren, Moycullen, Co Galway, Ireland; his mother was Margaret but we do not have her maiden name.

Children of John Mortimer Davoren and Ann McDonough:
1. Mortimer Thomas Davoren born 8/10/1857 near Chillicothe, MO died 2/24/1900 at Hoge, KS.

2. Margaret Davoren born about 1863 in Missouri, died 11/18/1939 in Kansas City, MO. Margaret never married.

3. John Francis Davoren born 1870, died 3/8/1900 at Hoge. He never married.

All are buried in the same cemetery.

Mortimer Thomas Davoren married Margaret Connelly in Leavenworth, KS. Margaret was born in Rusheeny, Co. Galway on 1/6/1859 and died in KC, MO 7/14/1939. Her parents were John Connelly and Mary Clancy. They had 8 children.

The youngest of their children, James Francis Davoren was born 12/21/1899 at Hoge, KS and died 10/3/1965. James Francis, Sr. was my father-in-law.


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