Harold Charles Corwin1

M, b. 8 March 1945, d. 3 March 2012
     Harold Charles Corwin was born on 8 March 1945 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA.1 He was the son of James Francis Harmon and Alice Mary Rice.1 Harold Charles Corwin died on 3 March 2012 at Gulfport, Harrison, Mississippi, USA, at age 66.1

Citations

  1. [S291] Anita Corwin, "Anita Corwin DNA," e-mail to Kathleen Decker, DNA Results confirming parentage of Harold Corwin as James Francis Harmon and Alice Mary Rice.

Mary Shaw1

F, b. circa 31 January 1853, d. before 1856
     Mary Shaw was born circa 31 January 1853 at Carlow, Carlow, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of Patrick Shaw and Catharine McEvoy.1 Mary Shaw died before 1856.1

Citations

  1. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com, Mary Shaw
    Baptism Age:     0
    Event Type:     Baptism
    Birth Date:     1853
    Baptism Date:     31 Jan 1853
    Baptism Place:     Carlow, Carlow and Kildare, Ireland
    Parish Variants:     Carlow and Grague, Grague
    Diocese:     Kildare and Leighlin
    Father:     Patt Shaw
    Mother:     Cathe Mcevoy.

Patrick Costigan1

M, b. circa 1852
     Patrick Costigan was born circa 1852 at Kilkenny, Ireland.2 He married Mary Shaw, daughter of Patrick Shaw and Catharine McEvoy, in 1903 at Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.1,3

Citations

  1. [S234] Unknown author, 1901 Ireland Census, Url: Ancestry.com, Residents of a house 16 in Clarence Place (South Dock, Dublin)
    Surname     Forename     Age     Sex     Relation to head     Religion     Birthplace     Occupation     Literacy     Irish Language     Marital Status     Specified Illnesses     Years Married     Children Born     Children Living
    Costigan     Patrick     49     Male     Head of Family     Roman Catholic     Co Kilkenny     General Labourer     Read and write     -     Married     -     8     -     -
    Costigan     Mary     52     Female     Wife     Roman Catholic     Carlow Town     -     Read and write     -     Married     -     8     -     -
    Finn     Mary Katherine     21     Female     Step Daughter     Roman Catholic     Dublin City     -     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Finn     Ann     19     Female     Step Daughter     Roman Catholic     Dublin City     Cashier in Bank     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Shaw     Patrick     8     Male     Nephew     Roman Catholic     Carlow Town     Scholar     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Costello     Patrick     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -.
  2. [S223] 1911 Ireland Census, online unknown url, Residents of a house 16 in Clarence Place (South Dock, Dublin)
    Surname     Forename     Age     Sex     Relation to head     Religion     Birthplace     Occupation     Literacy     Irish Language     Marital Status     Specified Illnesses     Years Married     Children Born     Children Living
    Costigan     Patrick     49     Male     Head of Family     Roman Catholic     Co Kilkenny     General Labourer     Read and write     -     Married     -     8     -     -
    Costigan     Mary     52     Female     Wife     Roman Catholic     Carlow Town     -     Read and write     -     Married     -     8     -     -
    Finn     Mary Katherine     21     Female     Step Daughter     Roman Catholic     Dublin City     -     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Finn     Ann     19     Female     Step Daughter     Roman Catholic     Dublin City     Cashier in Bank     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Shaw     Patrick     8     Male     Nephew     Roman Catholic     Carlow Town     Scholar     Read and write     -     Single     -     -     -     -
    Costello     Patrick     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -     -.
  3. [S210] Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958, online www.Familysearch.org, Patrick Costigan
    Date of Registration:     Jul-Aug-Sep, 1903
    Registration district:     Dublin South, Ireland
    Volume:     2
    Page Number:     722
    FHL Film Number:     101260
    Records on Page:     
    Name
    Patrick Costigan
    Mary Shaw
    Laurence Cyril Egan
    Mary Finn
    Margaret Blackmore
    William Deegan
    Brigid Casey
    John M'Cann
    Mary Mullen.

Margaret Anne Finn1

F, b. 21 July 1879
     Margaret Anne Finn was born on 21 July 1879 at Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of Henry Finn and Mary Shaw.1

Citations

  1. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com, Margaret Anne Finn
    Baptism Age:     0
    Birth Date:     21 Jul 1879
    Baptism Date:     28 Jul 1879
    Baptism Place:     Westland Row, Dublin, Ireland
    Father:     Henry Finn
    Mother:     Mary Shaw.

Mary Catherine Finn1

F, b. 7 January 1888
     Mary Catherine Finn was born on 7 January 1888 at Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.1 She was the daughter of Henry Finn and Mary Shaw.1

Citations

  1. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com, Mary Catherine Finn
    Baptism Age:     0
    Event Type:     Baptism
    Birth Date:     7 Jan 1888
    Baptism Date:     9 Jan 1888
    Baptism Place:     St Andrew's, Dublin city, Dublin, Ireland
    Residence Place:     4 Mahers Plac
    Parish Variants:     St. Andrew's, Westland Row, Westland Row
    Diocese:     Dublin
    Father:     Henry Finn
    Mother:     Mary Shaw.

Robert Alan Pennell

M
     Robert Alan Pennell is the son of (?) Unknown and Mary Mildred Shaw. Robert Alan Pennell married Carol Ann Cutillo on 8 November 1974 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA.

Children of Robert Alan Pennell and Carol Ann Cutillo

Harold Pennell

M
     Harold Pennell married Marjorie Elizabeth Robson.

Marjorie Elizabeth Robson

F
     Marjorie Elizabeth Robson married Harold Pennell.

Carol Ann Cutillo

F
     Carol Ann Cutillo married James Roy Beauliu on 3 June 1967. Carol Ann Cutillo married Robert Alan Pennell, son of (?) Unknown and Mary Mildred Shaw, on 8 November 1974 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA.

Children of Carol Ann Cutillo and James Roy Beauliu

Children of Carol Ann Cutillo and Robert Alan Pennell

James Roy Beauliu

M, b. 5 September 1947, d. 21 October 1973
     James Roy Beauliu was born on 5 September 1947 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, USA. He married Carol Ann Cutillo on 3 June 1967. James Roy Beauliu died on 21 October 1973 at Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, USA, at age 26.

Children of James Roy Beauliu and Carol Ann Cutillo

Lisa Anne Pennell

F
     Lisa Anne Pennell is the daughter of James Roy Beauliu and Carol Ann Cutillo.

Brenda Lynn Pennell

F
     Brenda Lynn Pennell is the daughter of James Roy Beauliu and Carol Ann Cutillo.

Skyler Nicole Bowley

F
     Skyler Nicole Bowley is the daughter of Cassandra Marie Bowley.

John Maher1

M, b. circa 1764, d. 24 October 1800
     John Maher was born circa 1764.1 He was the son of Patrick Maher. John Maher died on 24 October 1800.1

Children of John Maher

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Mary Glyndon1

F
     Mary Glyndon is the daughter of John Glyndon. Mary Glyndon married John Maher, son of John Maher.

Child of Mary Glyndon and John Maher

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Patrick Maher1

M, d. 1790
     Patrick Maher died in 1790.1

Children of Patrick Maher

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Edward Maher1

M
     Edward Maher is the son of Patrick Maher.

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Mary Maher1

F
     Mary Maher is the daughter of Patrick Maher.

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Elizabeth Maher1,2

F, b. 30 January 1843
     Elizabeth Maher was baptized on 30 January 1843 at Carlow, Carlow, Ireland.2 She was the daughter of John Maher and Mary Glyndon.1

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.
  2. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com, Elizabeth Maher
    Baptism Age:     0
    Event Type:     Baptism
    Birth Date:     1843
    Baptism Date:     30 Jan 1843
    Baptism Place:     Carlow, Carlow and Kildare, Ireland
    Parish Variants:     Carlow and Grague, Grague
    Diocese:     Kildare and Leighlin
    Father:     John Maher
    Mother:     Mary Glinden.

Laurence Dowling1,2

M
     Laurence Dowling married Beth Julia Maher, daughter of John Maher, in February 1789 at Ballon, Carlow, Ireland.3

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.
  2. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com.
  3. [S267] Ireland, Catholic Parish Registers 1655-1915, online Ancestry.com, Elizabeth Maher
    Gender:     Female
    Event Type:     Marriage
    Marriage Date:     Feb 1789
    Marriage Place:     Ballon and Rathoe, Ireland, Ireland
    Parish Variants:     Ballon, Rathoe
    Diocese:     Kildare and Leighlin
    Spouse:     Laurence Dowling.

John Glyndon1

M, d. 1798
     John Glyndon died in 1798.1

Child of John Glyndon

Citations

  1. [S125] Michael Wall, "Shaw Genealogy", There were a small number of Maher families in the vicinity of Knocknagee and because of the absence of Maher sponsors for the children of Thomas and Sarah, it is a distinct possibility that Sarah was the daughter of John Maher [died 24th of October 1800 aged 36] and Mary Glyndon and grand daughter of Patrick Maher who are buried in Ballaghmoon cemetary. John Maher and three of his children died young, which would mean that Sarah Maher Shaw had very few siblings. It could also account for the eldest child being christened John and the second eldest christened Laurence.
    There are two Maher headstones in Ballaghmoon cemetary with some duplicate inscriptions and they read:

    Headstone 1:     Erected by John Maher in loving memory of his father Patrick Maher who died a.d. 1790 with his sister Mary and brother Edward who died young. His daughter Beth Julia Dowling died Jan 23rd 1845.

    Headstone 2:     Here lies the body of John Maher who died 24/10/1800 aged 36. Also his father and three of his children.
    His wife Mary Glyndon Maher - Her father John Glyndon 1798 Blacksmith caught making pikes. He rushed the soldiers, reached the Barrow through Cox's Lane - swam towards the bridge in constant fire - his hand was seen to rise as he sank; the body was never recovered.

    When Thomas and Sally lived in Ballaghmoon townland, two houses from them lived a Matthew Maher. This could possibly be a brother.

Clare Ellen Callaghan

F
     Clare Ellen Callaghan married Lee Nelson Shaw, son of Leo Nelson Shaw and Marie Adrienne Heffernan.