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McQuaids: Kingston ON CA and Buffalo NY
Posted by: Shannon Courtney Date: July 28, 1999 at 19:32:42
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Ancestors of Joseph F McQuaid
Generation 1:
Joseph F. McQuaid was born March 11, 1872 in Kingston, ON CA; He died June 21, 1934, in Kenmore, Erie Co., NY. He was the son of John McQuaid and Mary Killeen. He married Agnes Odelia Shortt also of Kinsgton ON CA.

The children of Joseph McQuaid and Agnes Shortt are : 1. John Raymond McQuaid, born June 16, 1904 in Kingston, Ontario CA.; He died September 27, 1972 in Lockport, Niagara Co., NY USA; He was married to Clarinda Augusta Ann Langevin on September 20, 1926 in Buffalo, Erie Co, NY USA.

Notes for John Raymond McQuaid:


Catholic Union Store employee- source: Magdelena French 3/21/99
Ray used to visit Aunt Mad on his rounds of delivery, orders, and selling church related things such as statues and church goods. He worked for the WPA during the Depression. He worked for a candle manufacturing comapny based in syracuse NY called Muench & Kretzer. He was planning to apply for a job in Milwaukee, Wisconsin but that fell through.
Ray owned a restaurant for a while. He ran for office more than once.
He ran against Bill Miller of Lockport for US Congress and lost.
He ran for Mayor of the Village of Kenmore and for Town Council man.
Ray McQuaid helped build the old wooden Knights of Columbus (clubhouse) lodge. (#3076) Charter members volunteered their skills.


More About John Raymond McQuaid:
Fact 1: 1972, buried at St. Stephen's Church Cemetery- Plot 33 grave 3
Fact 2: Grand Knight of Kenmore Council and Buffalo Assembly Fourth Degree
Fact 3: lived at 315 Hamilton Blvd.
Fact 4: lived on North End Ave., Kenmore, Erie Co., NY
Fact 5: manager of Catholic Union Store
Fact 6: employee of Muench & Kretzer Candle Co. of Syracuse NY

More About Clarinda Augusta Ann Langevin:
Fact 1: 1996, buried at St. Stephen's Church Cemetery- Plot 33 grave 4
2. Joseph Arthur McQuaid, born March 02, 1906; died May 25, 1915 in infancy.

More About Joseph Arthur McQuaid:
Cause of Death: died at 3 months- June 19, 1906
3. Francis Edward McQuaid, born May 12, 1907 in Kingston, ON CA; died August 01, 1973 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY USA; married Gertrude Brett.

Notes for Francis Edward McQuaid:
recorded at St. John the Baptist 60 Hertel Ave. Buffalo NY 14207
buried in Mt. Calvary Cemetery 800 Pine Ridge Rd. Cheektawaga, NY 14225

4. Margaret Mary McQuaid, born November 14, 1909; died in Brownsville, TX USA.

Notes for Margaret Mary McQuaid:
As a nun, she went into nursing.

More About Margaret Mary McQuaid:
Fact 1: became a nun, Sister Mary Claudia

5.Mildred Agnes McQuaid, born October 20, 1912 in Kingston, Ontario, CA; died August 14, 1992 in Lockport, Niagara Co., NY USA; married Wallace James Kanalley November 03, 19302.

More About Mildred Agnes McQuaid:
Fact 1: buried at Cold Springs Cemetery, Lockport, NY

More About Wallace James Kanalley:
Fact 1: buried at Cold Springs Cemetery, Lockport, NY

6. Joseph Patrick McQuaid, born December 28, 1914.

More About Joseph Patrick McQuaid:
Cause of Death: at 5 month old - May 25, 1915


Generation No. 2

2. John McQuaid, born 1837 in Ireland; died May 16, 1919 in Kingston, Ontario, CA. He was the son of 4. William McQuaid and 5. Mary O'Neill. He married 3. Mary Killeen July 18, 1859 in St. Mary's Catherdral, Kingston, ON, CA.
3. Mary Killeen, born August 1842 in Ireland; died May 16, 1882 in Kingston, Ontario, CA. She was the daughter of 6. Patrick Killeen and 7. Catherine Hartney.

Notes for John McQuaid:
John McQuaid was indentured on a ship "Clyde", where he learned ship building and designing. He was born in the town of Waterford,in the County of Armagh, Ireland. He was designed the first ship capable of shooting the Lachine Rapids on the St. Lawrence River.

Info on Cousin Bernard
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, now over a 125 years old, was an early creation of the first bishop of Rochester, Bernard J. McQuaid (1823-1909). Installed as bishop on July 16, 1868, he dedicated the cemetery in 1871.


sent by Craig Kanalley 7/28/99

Children of John McQuaid and Mary Killeen are:
i. Mary McQuaid, born March 20, 1860 in Kingston, Ontario, CA; died February 11, 1934; married Martin J Delaney.
ii. William John McQuaid, born January 18, 1862; married Ellen McMahon.
iii. Anne McQuaid, born July 22, 1863; died April 18, 1947; married James Alexander Robinson.
iv. Catherine McQuaid, born February 09, 1865; died May 13, 1866.
v. Patrick McQuaid, born June 06, 1866; died August 03, 1866.
vi. John McQuaid, born April 04, 1868; died 1870.
vii. Bridget Ellen McQuaid, born October 19, 1870; died June 10, 1960.
1 viii. Joseph F McQuaid, born March 11, 1872 in Kingston, ON CA; died June 21, 1934; married Agnes Odelia Shortt.
ix. Agnes McQuaid, born February 14, 1874; died 1956; married Goodwin Grate.

Notes for Goodwin Grate:
Occupation: tailor in Rochester, NY

x. Theresa Josephine McQuaid, born March 28, 1876 in Kingston, ON CA; married George W. Marchand September 06, 1899 in Kingston, ON CA.


Generation No. 3

4. William McQuaid, born 1810 in Monaghan Co. Ire Ca; died March 28, 1856 in Kingston, Ontario CA. He married 5. Mary O'Neill.
5. Mary O'Neill, born 1811 in Ire Ca; died August 16, 1877 in Kingston Ontario CA.

Notes for William McQuaid:
William McQuaid who died in 1856 has the dubious honor of being the first man recorded as buried in the then new St. Mary's Cemetery at Kingston. A woman holds the title of the first interment. (C.W. at St. Mary's Cemetery)

William McQuaid and his wife Mary O'Neill settled in Kingston Ontario about 1852. It is quite probable that they emigrated here due to the plight of the "Potato Famine" which had been disrupting life in Ireland. Both the McQuaid and O'Neill lines originate from some of the ancient stock in Ireland. Along with William and Mary, five children arrived in Kingston Ontario. From these humble beginnings a large family grew whose members now live in various areas of the North American continent.

Notes for Mary O'Neill:
She also is buried at the same Cemetery.

Children of William McQuaid and Mary O'Neill are:
2 i. John McQuaid, born 1837 in Ireland; died May 16, 1919 in Kingston, Ontario, CA; married Mary Killeen July 18, 1859 in St. Mary's Catherdral, Kingston, ON, CA.
ii. Catherine McQuaid, born 1838; married John Garrity.
iii. Margaret McQuaid, born 1841; married Francis Rondon.
iv. Elizabeth McQuaid, born 1846; married William Christmas.
v. William McQuaid, born 1850; married Margaret Denn.

6. Patrick Killeen, born 1812 in Ireland; died December 30, 1897 in Kingston, Ontario, CA. He married 7. Catherine Hartney.
7. Catherine Hartney, born 1819 in Ireland; died 1888 in Kingston, Ontario, CA.

Children of Patrick Killeen and Catherine Hartney are:
3 i. Mary Killeen, born August 1842 in Ireland; died May 16, 1882 in Kingston, Ontario, CA; married John McQuaid July 18, 1859 in St. Mary's Catherdral, Kingston, ON, CA.
ii. Thomas Patrick Killeen.
iii. Ellen Killeen.
iv. Patrick Killeen.
v. Ann Killeen.




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