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McHale of Mayo and Brooklyn, NY
Posted by: gerard (ID *****2748) Date: March 08, 2010 at 21:24:59
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John McHale born late 1790's, died 1850's? married Sarah Monahan, born around 1798, died 1888 in Brooklyn, NY. The New York State Census of 1865 said Sarah had 7 children. Here are the 6 that I know of: 1) Edward McHale, 1830, died 1860 in NY, NY, first wife Mary Barnt? children all born NY, NY a) James Edward 1852, b) Edward 1855-1858, c) Sarah 1857-1883 marr. Patrick Morley, d) Francis died at birth in 1859, Mary Barnt McHale died 1859, Edward remarried Mary? child e) Mary 1860-1863. 2) Sarah McHale, born around 1833, married Patrick McNicholas in Brooklyn, she disappeared in late 1880's, 1 infant child? 3) Patrick McHale, 1837-1891, married Sarah Godwin in Mayo Abbey, Mayo, in 1855, children a) Mary 1855-? married Wm Callahan in Brooklyn in 1879, 5 children, Sarah, William, Mary, James, and Ellen, b) Thomas, 1858 in Mayo Abbey, died 1920 in Brooklyn, single, c) John, 1864 in Brooklyn, died 1911 in Brooklyn, marr. Cecilia Sweeney, 4 daughters, Catherine, Gertrude, Mary, Cecilia, d) Edward born 1868 in Brooklyn, went to CA?, 4) Anne, 1841-1891, marr. John Halligan in Brooklyn, 5 children a) John T., b) Francis J. c) Mary, d) Sarah, e), Joseph P., 5) Winifred, born 1843 in Mayo Abbey, Mayo, Ireland, marr. ?Heaney, died 1870 in Brooklyn, NY, 6) Thomas, 1845-1897, marr. Margaret McNulty, children a) John B. born and died 1876, b) Margaret, 1878-? marr. James T. Carroll, c) Thomas 1880-1914, single, d) Sarah Winifred, 1880-? married John Carroll.

The family all seemed to come from Mayo to Brooklyn in the early 1860's, likely to better themselves and also to raise Edward McHale's 2 surviving children, James and Sarah. Everyone lived in South Brooklyn (Red Hook) from 1860's onward, later spread out in Brooklyn and beyond.

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