Individual Notes

Note for:   Sandra Sue Shaffer,    -          Index

Graduation:   
     Place:   Port Byron Central School

Occupation:   
     Date:   1973
     Place:   Unknown at General Products Corp.

Residence:   
     Date:   1973
     Place:   Port Byron, New York


Individual Notes

Note for:   Mary JACOBS,   ABT 1885 - 15 DEC 1979         Index

Residence:   
     Date:   15 DEC 1979
     Place:   2812 Mulford Avenue, Orlando, Florida

Residence:   
     Date:   1891
     Place:   Headington, Oxfordshire, England

Event:   
     Type:   SSN issued
     Place:   New York

Burial:   
     Date:   1979
     Place:   Forest Hill Cemetary, Auburn, Cayuga, New York


Individual Notes

Note for:   Joseph Daly,   12 DEC 1833 - 1880         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Publican


Individual Notes

Note for:   John GALLAGHER,   ABT 1937 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   1949
     Place:   Deparment of Forrestry, Donegal, Ireland

Individual Note:
     The information about John Gallagher was provided by Ann Mcgettigan's elder sister Mary through an interview with Liz Mahon in 2006. It's known that John escorted Anne Teresa to the train station in Silgo along with her sister Mary two days before she gave birth to Anne Marie. He wa employed by the Forestry Service in Donegal and was believed to be in his 20's at the time. John Gallagher was seen at an Irish gathering, possibly a pub, in New York City sometime between 1965 and 1990 by a cousin of Anne Teresa Moloney (nee McGettigan) They spoke briefly.

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Patrick DILLON,   15 APR 1892 - 1918         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Military
     Date:   ABT 1918
     Place:   Served and Died in WW I

Individual Note:
     Interview with Connie Shaw: John Dillon died in the flu pandemic at Camp Fort Dix, New Jersey in 1918. He was Gram's baby brother and talked about him often. My mother was 13 when he died and she had a crush on him because she said he was so handsome. The flu epidemic killed more soldiers than died in WWI. If you want to learn more about it you can Google "The 1918 Flu Pandemic".

Excerpt from PBS: To a world already ravaged by war, the 1918 pandemic was crippling; some 30 to 40 million people died worldwide, with the highest death rate occuring in young men and women. In the United States, 675,000 people died, including over 40,000 G.I.s -- 40 percent of all of those who perished in World War I. http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/case_killerflu/

Wikipedia....More info available at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_flu
The 1918 flu pandemic was a category 5 influenza pandemic between 1918 and 1920 caused by an unusually severe and deadly strain of the subtype H1N1 of the species Influenza A virus. By far the most destructive influenza pandemic in history, it killed some 50 million to 100 million people worldwide in just 18 months, [1][2] dwarfing the simultaneous bloodshed due to World War I. Furthermore, many of its victims were healthy young adults, in contrast to most influenza outbreaks which predominantly affect juvenile, elderly, or otherwise weakened patients.

Despite its not having originated in Spain, the Allies of World War I came to call it the Spanish Flu. This was mainly because the pandemic received greater press attention in Spain than in the rest of the world, as Spain was not involved in the war and had not imposed wartime censorship.

Scientists have used tissue samples from frozen victims to reproduce the virus for study.[3] Given the strain's extreme virulence and the possibility of accidental escape (or deliberate release) from quarantine, there has been controversy regarding the wisdom of such research. Among the conclusions of this research is that the virus kills via a cytokine storm, which explains its unusually severe nature and the unusual age profile of its victims.

   



Individual Notes

Note for:   Patrick Joseph Moloney,   ABT 1937 - ABT MAR 1997         Index

Individual Note:
     Mr. Moloney was know to visit Anne Marie McGettigan (Daughter of John Gallagher) at the Children's home in Blackrock with mother Anne Teresa McGettigan. It was believed that Mr. Moloney would have adopted Anne Marie as his own after marrying Anne Teresa if not for the social stigma of the time.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Annie JACOBS,   1884 -          Index

Residence:   
     Date:   1891
     Place:   Headington, Oxfordshire, England


Individual Notes

Note for:   Beatrice JACOBS,   1892 -          Index

Residence:   
     Date:   1901
     Place:   Lewisham, London, England


Individual Notes

Note for:   Alice Rachel JACOBS,   ABT 1886 -          Index

Residence:   
     Date:   1891
     Place:   Headington, Oxfordshire, England


Individual Notes

Note for:   Kathleen MCGETTIGAN,    -          Index

Alias:   /Kitty/