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John & Josephine Donovan McHale - abt 1926 to ? - Philadelphia & NYC
Posted by: Robert Hall (ID *****8045) Date: February 21, 2009 at 09:45:54
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Hello:

I'm searching for information on John and Josephine Donovan McHale.

They were married abt 1926 in either Philadelphia or NYC (Brooklyn?). 1930 census data has the following:
1930 US Census - Brooklyn, Kings County, NY - Track 401 - Block F - Enumerated 7 Apr 1930 - Enumeration District 24-405
92 Schaeffer Street
John McHale - Head - Own House - House value $6,500 - Male - White - Age 42 - Married - Age at first marriage 38 - Born
Pennsylvania - Father born Irish Free State - Mother born Irish Free State - Occupation: Bookeeper at Printing Co.
Josephine - Wife - Female - White - Age 41 - Married - Age at first marriage 37 - Born New York -
Father born Irish Free State - Mother born Irish Free - Occupation: None
Robert - Son - Male - White - Age 2-3/12 - Single - Born New York - Father born Pennsylvania - Mother born New York

Son Robert McHale died 8 Aug 1943 and is buried in St. John's cemetery in Brooklyn. Family stories say that John McHale was from Philadelphia and that Josephine had relatives there on her mothers side (Russell? Walsh? Leonard? families).

Any help with their birth, death and marriage information would be much appreciated.

Regards,
Bob



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