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101 "The John McGlade that lost his arms was the baby brother of my grandfather Bernard. John was only about 4 years old when Ann (McGinnis-John's mother) immigrated. He went to St. John's school in Birmingham, today it is the south side of Pittsburgh PA (Pennsylvania). Then John attended and graduated from Duquesne University, then known as Holy Ghost College.  John wanted to become a priest and started college at St. Vincent Seminary. This school even today is way out in the country. John would jump a train, probably to save money, to get to school. One day in 1915 he missed and lost the lower part of both arms. The Knights of Columbus, Supreme Council awarded him a full scholarship at Catholic University in Washington DC. He graduated, June 11th 1919, receiving a degree of Bachelor of Laws. That year he was admitted to the Washington, PA County Bar and to the Supreme Court of PA. At some point he retired to private practice. To do this he had a remarkable memory.  I have a copy of his memorial services; he died in June 1962.  It recounts how wonderful a man he was" (notes from Gwen McGlade [Auel], grand daughter of Bernard McGlade).
John had to register for military draft in both WW1 and WW2 - even though he was physically disabled. He married Matilda Shwartz on 25 June 1930 (notes from Gwen McGlade [Auel]. 
McGlade, John (I1338)
 
102 "The oldest of the family was Mick. Mick was known as 'Mick Vicksy ' after his grandfather" (Eugene McCann - 2016 audio recording). Morgan, Michael (I636)
 
103 "William was the seventh child of John Watt and Barbara Strachan" (Watt family records). Watt, William (I463)
 
104 (Alpha Cottages, West Road were north-east of Amiens/Connolly St rail station). Carrick, Dick (I365)
 
105 (Baptised 11 Mayl 1884, Mullaghban RC chapel - Eugene McCann)
"Hughie Hannaway’s children: there was a Patrick married a Miss Toal and his brother James married her sister also a Miss Toal. All four went to Scotland." (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016) 
Hannaway, Patrick (I592)
 
106 (Baptised 15 Jun 1891, Mullaghban RC chapel - Eugene McCann). Hugh Hannaway's birth was registered as 21 June 1891.

Hugh sailed to Ny in 1923 with his brother James, US Immigration record he had previously visited for a period (date not legible). Next-of-kin is brother Peter Hannaway 3c Buchanan St., Coatbridge.His US contact was Mrs Mary Williams, 314 W 45 St., New York.




Hugh received Social Security number 124-01-9500 (indicating New York) and, Death Master File says, died September 1973
(Source: http://sortedbyname.com/mobile/pages/h115707.html)
Died Sept 1973, Flushing, Queens, New York USA (Ancestry.com-New York Times obituary).
 
Hannaway, Hugh (I165)
 
107 (Baptised 28 Jul 1886, Mullaghban RC chapel - Eugene McCann).
Went to Scotland. Sister was Kate Kelly (nee Hannaway) had a son Owenie Kelly. (Georgie Hannaway/Bridie Doherty discussion).
"Hughie Hannaway’s children: there was a Patrick married a Miss Toal and his brother James married her sister also a Miss Toal. All four went to Scotland." (audio recording of Eugene McCann in 2016).

James departed Liverpool in Jan 1923 and sailed to New York with his brother Hugh Hannaway. His Next of Kin was wife Mary Hannaway (probably a Mary Toal). He returned to Scotland in Nov 1923, sailing from NY to Glasgow. 
Hannaway, James (I136)
 
108 (Baptised 8 Dec 1893, Mullaghban RC chapel - Eugene McCann)
Known as Kate Kelly and had a son - Owenie Kelly (source; Georgie Hannaway b1928) and Bridie Hagan (Doherty).
Catherine/Kate married in 1922. Records of her siblings show they had married or emigrated. It is unlikely Catherine would have been left living up in the Slieve Gullion family house alone prior to her marriage.
 
Hannaway, Catherine (I166)
 
109 (Benedict's note;Baptised 21/8/1892, sponsors-James McKinley & Brigid McParland).
Peter was a shoemaker in Umericam, later worked as an ostler for McCanns Bakery in Newry at some stage (RedBook).
Most data of Peter and children sourced from Byrnes Family RedBook. 
Mackin, Peter (I77)
 
110 (Byrnes Red Book: after marriage lived in Carrickfergus. Moved to Kellaholm, Kirkconnel, Dumfrieshire, Scotland. Author of the entry unknown)

William was still living in Dec 1927 (US immigration recods of daughter Rose Hardy). 
Hardy, William John (I83)
 
111 (Byrnes RedBook:Possibly adopted, died young) Hardy, John (I85)
 
112 (Caries of the spine: ” tuberculous spondylitis” or Pott’s disease is tuberculosis of the spine). Death certificate records that Peter's mother (Mary nee Maginnis) was present. Signature is X - could not write. Hannaway, Peter (I41)
 
113 (Carrive or Carriff). Registered in Forkhill on 10 July 1865. Byrnes, John (I125)
 
114 (Chicago RC Dicese burial record-source: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HT-DTH9-XRR?i=3243&cc=1503083 ) McParland, Maggie (I34)
 
115 (Children: 1-Hugh; married Mary Quinn, 2-Joseph; married Mary McCreesh, Longfield Road, 3-Anne; married Eamon McNulty, Aghmakane Road. Info: Anna McParland) Murphy, Hugh (I485)
 
116 (Children: James-eldest- Emmett, Mary Ellen, Alice, Annie, Malachy, Michael. Malachy, Michael & James emigrated to USA. info: Anna McParland). Malone, Annie (I427)
 
117 (Daisy and Peggy = Margaret. It seems like there should be a long explanation for Daisy, but it's as simple as this: the French word for "daisy" is "marguerite." As for Peggy? Well, Margaret was shortened to nicknames like Meg or Meggy, and the rhyming nickname trend turned Meggy into Peggy.) McGee, Margaret (I839)
 
118 (Dropsy: oedema, watery swelling of tissues). Bridget's son Bernard (b1873) was present and reported the death to the Forkhill Registrar on 11 Dec1908. Kierans, Brigid (I763)
 
119 (Humphreys family lived on the Crossmaglen Road section of Doctor's Quarter townland.) Michael's death was registered in Forkhill 24 May 1871; Reg'n No. D/1871/186/1023/2/26. Humphreys, Michael (I1065)
 
120 (Humphreys family lived on the Crossmaglen Road section of Doctor's Quarter townland.) Thomas' widow Sarah was present at death and registered same in Forkhill on 29 June 1895. Humphreys, Thomas (I1061)
 
121 (James' death was registered in Ashton, Lancs - 1930 Register Vol 10b; page 158) McGinnis, James (I169)
 
122 (Marriage registered in Salford, Lancs: 1930 Q2 marriage Index - Vol 8d; page 870. Mary's marriage Index record has identical Vol & Page. ) Family F409
 
123 (Northallerton Cemetery- MEMORIAL ID: 139340207) Castle, Elizabeth Ann (I1227)
 
124 (or Bramigan) from near Sturgan, Camlough. John's mother is one of the McConnon's, Duburren-see Bridget McParland born 1856ca. ( (Bridie Hagan-née Doherty). Brannigan, John (I527)
 
125 (Peter Lively's hometown Rathfrailand is from Eugene McCann.) Lively, Peter (I570)
 
126 (Source: Vol 9d: page 679. England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007). Husband Peter McGee is a" Widow" later in Sept 1939 - 1939 Register of England & Wales.

 
Hannaway, Rose Anne (I40)
 
127 .
There was a Judith born 1792, not sure if Peter's sister or wife. (conversatiion with Patsy Collins-b1939). 
Kelly, Peter (I768)
 
128 1016 Tollcross road Glasgow- Margaret's intended address on arrival. Home of her parents and sister Elizabeth. McGarry, Margaret Mary (I348)
 
129 151 Chelsea street was demolished and replaced with an apartment block in 1910.  Doherty, John (I95)
 
130 1821 census had 8 acres (Eugene McCann records) McGinnis, Anthony (I272)
 
131 1831 birth year is from registration of his death in 1887, aged 56. Gavan, Bryan (I718)
 
132 1833 is the estimated birth date from 1901 census. Bessie's age on the 1907 death certificate is 68, making DOB 1839. Bellew, Elizabeth (I46)
 
133 1849 birth is from Edward's Baptismal record of 24 Aug 1849. Malone, Edward (I418)
 
134 1864 Griffiths Valuation-plot 6, Doctor's Quarter townland. 1880 Susan Ward takes over from James. Joe &Myra Doherty now live there new house. Ward, James (I529)
 
135 1864-Spelt as "Burns" in Griffiths Valuation of 1864. Land area 19 acres, 3 Rood & 5 Perch. (Location: 54° 6'46.98"N, 6°32'6.33"W)
1871- in Griffiths' Valuation Revisions (updates) the entry for Peter Byrnes (Ummeracam Johnston Townland, Plot 8, 19 Acres) - the land & Rent divided between P Byrnes and Catherine Murphy (Plot 14, in subsequent years entered as 11B).
1901- spelling is "Byrns" in the 1901 Census, appears completed & signed by Peter Byrnes.
1901 census: 1) Peter Byrnes age=77, so DOB is ca 1824. 2) PB & wife speak Irish. 3) Both born Co Armagh.
1907 - Francis' spelling is "Byrnes" on the death registration of his wife Elizabeth/Bessie.
1908-"Byrne" on 1908 Death Certificate (Benedict Martin's copy of 1949 certificate). Age 74 (? so DOB is 1834?). Cause of death: certified Intestinal Obstruction, duration 14 days. Daughter May (Mary) Byrne present at death. Registered in Newtownhamilton 10 February 1908.
Buried Mullaghban. Headstone resited for new burials.
Note: Search also "Omericam" for the townland, as entries are recorded as the clerk would spell unfamiliar words i.e. - as they are pronounced.
 
Byrnes, Peter (I45)
 
136 1865 marriage records show Catherine Farmer was 26 years old-born ca1838. Records show that Catherine could not read, thus from her age in the 1901 census Catherine was born in 1851-completed by a police constable. In 1911 census; born in 1838, matching her 1865 marriage record. This 1911 entry was completed by a family member and not in the enumerator/police constable's handwriting. Farmer, Catherine (I831)
 
137 1867 birth: Mother's maiden name spelt Cambell on birth certificate.
Nancy? McParland present at birth (a relative?).
1901 census, in Ballard home with siblings Francis and Alice.
Quoted in Audio Patsy Collins (Grey) in 2015 @21 mins): Patsy's mum & Mary Hannaway (Doherty 1911-98) would frequently visit their "uncle Pat & Aunt Mary" in Sturgan, married to O'Hare. 
McParland, Mary (I99)
 
138 1867 marriage record of residence as"Ardanove" is doubtful: there are no Hanaways in Ardanove townland at this period. From 1864 Griffiths Land Valuation the family home is in the first farmstead in Slieve Gullion townland which adjoins Ardanove: the next field! To reach the house from the Longfield Road you climb the lane through Ardanove to reach the house on the mountain- you're now in Slieve Gullion townland.
Also spelt Adanove or Aughadanove. 
Hannaway, John (I16)
 
139 1867 Marriage Registrar records witnesses are: John Kelly and Anne Hanaway (sister of John Hannaway, married Patrick Bennett in 1872). Bride, Groom & witnesses all signed with a X; probably could not write signature.
1901 census states "cannot read ", age is 61 (est born 1840).1911 census states cannot read or write. 
Family F5
 
140 1871- in Griffiths' Revisions an entry for Peter Byrnes (Ummeracam Johnston Townland, Plot 8, 19 Acres) - the land & Rent divided between P B and Catherine Murphy (Plot 14, in subsequent years entered as 11B). Byrnes, Peter (I45)
 
141 1872 marriage handwritten record of Patrick's residence is "Ballykeel" - adjoins Aughadanove townland. "Patrick Hannaway (b1877) worked in Scotland and was friends with cousin John Bennett in Scotland." could this be a son of Patrick Bennett? (Tommy O'Brien, Ballard, 2010) Could this be a son of Patrick Bennett?

After Patrick Bennett (of Ballykeel) married Anne Hannaway (daughter of Peter Hannaway & Rose Mullen, Slieve Gullion) in 1872, they moved into Larkin's tenancy in Levelamore townland (Plot 5A on 1864 Griffiths map). The Larkins had been evicted for non-payment of rent. Neighbours were sympathetic to the Larkin's misfortunes and were slow to accept any new tenant who had paid outstanding rental and took over a tenancy (source: Eugene McCann).

Patrick died in 1913 thus in 1915 when his wife Anne died-she was a widow (registrar's entry).

"[One of] Patrick's son was Johnny Bennett married to Maggie Boyle-one of the five Boyle sisters (from Aghadanove). Their son was John Bennett who was married to [Alice or] Bridget Henry - who are the parents of John-Joe Bennett" (source: Eugene McCann).


 
Bennett, Patrick (I230)
 
142 1874 - born Naas, Co Kildare, Ireland (Patrick's WW1 military records).
1903 Jun 07 - married Isabella Carrick in Dublin.
1906 Oct 11 - Patrick's wife Isabella died aged 29 in Dublin.
1907 Nov 25 - Patrick marries Mary Moran (née Gavan). Mary was a widow, her husband Joseph Moran had died in 1904. Joseph Moran and Mary had 4 children:Bridget, Kathleen, Thomas and Joseph.
1911 – census - Church Street, North Dock, Dublin, Ireland. Patrick & Mary have been married 3 years with no children. One of Mary's daughters aged 6 is living with them.
1911 - 1915 - the Dublin Electoral Rolls in 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915 still show Patrick Byrne as the tenant at 12 Church street - as in the 1911 census.
1915 - R Dublin Fusiliers, 7th Battalion. Enlistment date unknown. Regimental No 12637.
1915 Aug - "The 6th and 7th Dublins joined the 30th Brigade of the 10th (Irish) Division upon their creation in August 1914. The division left Ireland for Basingstoke, England in May 1915. On 7 June the division left the UK under the command of Irish General Bryan Mahon, arriving in Lemnos by late July in preparation for the landings at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli. The Dublins landed at Suvla on 7 August - a day after the first landings had taken place. Unlike at V Beach at Helles, Suvla was barely defended but incompetence at the higher echelons of command led to the British troops not exploiting their early advantage, ensuring that the Suvla landings became static and allowing the Turks to reinforce their defences. The Dublins took part in the effort to capture a position known as Chocolate Hill (7–8 August), which was successfully taken, though at a heavy cost."(Wikipedia)
1915 Aug 08 - Died of wounds during battles following landing on Suvla Bay, Gallipoli on 7 Aug 1915 (see copy of chaplain's letter 9 Aug 1915 from Suvla Bay; Patrick had died the previous day from his wounds). As with so many from these battles, his body was never identified and is amongst the unknown buried in Hill 10 cemetery, Suvla Bay - in modern-day Turkey.
Patrick Byrne is also on the IWM's site Lives of the First World War, you can find it here: https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/694833 .
1915 Sep - Buried Hill 10 cemetery, Suvla Bay, Gallipoli: 40°19'04.4"N 26°13'09.6"E. No known grave. Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC). https://www.cwgc.org/ (See photograph of his stone cross - Media)



 
Byrne, Patrick (I350)
 
143 1874 birth: "Ann Burns" signed with X (could not write) is present at birth: Catherine's sister Ann would be aged about 14....
"Born 14th January 1874, moved to Glasgow, m Patrick Loydon, died 1925" (Paul Byrnes). 
Byrnes, Catherine (I75)
 
144 1874 marriage witnesses: Michael Mackin & Eleanor McCourt.
St Patrick's RC church FS laid 18 May 1891. Dedicated 1903.
Witness Role: Bridesmaid Name: Eleanor McCourt
Witness Role: Best man Name: Michael Mackin 
Family F15
 
145 1877 Ann's birth: Ann's father is "John Maglade" a Farmer of Levallamore townland. His occupation recorded as a 'Farmer' implies John is a Tenant or Landowner. John later moves from Levellamore to Bessbrook and is then a 'Labourer'. He now must be living in the household of a Tenant or Landowner. Ann's father John, died in Newry Workhouse in 1886.
Ann emigrated to USA in 1887 and in 1910 was living with her sister Bridget and husband Owen Quinn in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the 1940 Pittsburgh census Ann is now a widow (Ann McCartan), aged 60, residing with her brother John McGlade (born 1882).  
McGlade, Ann (I1334)
 
146 1878 Marriage entry states Bridget's residence is Ballintemple (adjoins Killevy)and that father (Michael Henry) is alive. Age entry "fullage" is 21 or older.
1911 census states - Children: 9 born; 8 surviving. 
Family F46
 
147 1878 marriage record of residence as"Ardanove" is doubtful: there are no Hanaways in Ardanove townland at this period. From 1864 Griffiths Land Valuation the family home is in the first farmstead in Slieve Gullion townland which adjoins Ardanove: the next field! To reach the house from the Longfield Road you climb the lane through Ardanove to reach the house on the mountain- you're now in Slieve Gullion townland.
Also spelt Aughadanove. 
Hannaway, Hughie (I19)
 
148 1878 residence is recorded on James' birth registration. Carrick, Richard (I352)
 
149 1884 Death Registration of John's wife states that Catherine is "Widow of John Bennett - Tailor". Bennett, John (I231)
 
150 1890 marriage entry of daughter Mary records her father is deceased, occupation is - farmer. In Mary's 1907 marriage record he is a labourer. Gavan, Bryan (I718)
 

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