William Galvin

M, (c 1841 - )
Father*Michael Galvin (c 1801 - a 1870)
Mother*Mary (Mrs Michael) (?) Galvin (c 1809 - 1857)
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsMichael Galvin descendants
Birth*c 1841 Ireland1 
(godfather) Christening6 Sep 1857 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Principal=Kathryn Manley2 
(Witness) Christening17 Nov 1860 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Principal=Johanna Mulcahy2 
Marriage*27 Jul 1862 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Bride=Mary Burke Galvin3 
Death*  

Family

Mary Burke Galvin b. c 1842, d. 21 Sep 1866
Children
Last Edited1 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S17] 1860 Federal Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  2. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  3. [S11] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) marriage record,.

Brigid Galvin

F, (1820 - )
Father*Patrick Galvin (1800 - 1892)
Mother*Catherine O'Donoghue Galvin ( - b 1855)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsGalvin/O'Donoghue family
Birth*Apr 1820 Solohead, Tipperary, Ireland1 
Christening17 Apr 1820 Solohead, Tipperary, Ireland; godfather=Thomas Walsh, godmother=Cathy O'Dwyer2 
Biography* Brigid Galvin, 1820-????:
There is no direct evidence of Brigid's birthdate. It is surmised from her christening date. There also is no evidence that Brigid ever came to the United States. 
Last Edited3 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S9] Surmised.
  2. [S317] Solohead Christening Record.

Thomas Galvin

M, (c 1836 - 1864)
Thomas Galvin,
1836-1864
Father*Patrick Galvin (1800 - 1892)
Mother*Catherine O'Donoghue Galvin ( - b 1855)
RelationshipGranduncle of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsGalvin/O'Donoghue family
Birth*c 1836 Drumwood, Solohead, Tipperary, Ireland1 
(godfather) Christening24 Aug 1856 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Principal=Cornelius Manley2 
(godfather) Christening20 Feb 1859 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Principal=William Mulcahy2 
Marriage*25 Dec 1862 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Bride=Ellen Foley Galvin3 
(godfather) Christening6 Jul 1863 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Christened=Thomas McCarthy2 
Death*26 Feb 1864 4 
Burial*Feb 1864 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Biography* Thomas Galvin, 1839-1864:
Born in Drumwood townland, Solohead parish, County Tipperary in 1835 or -36. There is a gap in the Solohead church records for the years 1829 to 1837 so no record of his christening survives. Thomas probably came to the United States in late 1855 or early 1856. The first evidence of him in the U.S.A. is in August 1856 when he was a sponsor for the christening of nephew Cornelius Manley. He was also a sponsor for the christening of nephew William Mulcahy in 1859. In 1860, he was living with his sister and her husband, Dennis Mulcahy and Catherine Galvin, in the fourth ward of Hudson, New York. Thomas' Final Papers for United States citizenship were dated 26 Oct 1861. His 1862 marriage was witnessed by William Galvin (a cousin?) and Bridget Hogan. In 1863, Thomas was a christening sponsor for the third time, for nephew Thomas McCarty.

Thomas Galvin, about 28, accidentally drowned on a Friday and was buried in the Hudson City Cemetery.

The photograph was taken with his sister Margaret Galvin Dolan on an unknown date at Forshew's in Hudson, New York. It was found in the attic of the Thomas McCarthy (1863-1936) home farm in Sun Prairie Township by Isabel Almond McCarthy. Family lore attributed the photo to Thomas' brother Patrick. Based on what we know about birth years of the Galvin brothers this seems unlikely. 

Family

Ellen Foley Galvin b. c 1840
Children
Last Edited3 Sep 2017

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  3. [S11] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) marriage record,.
  4. [S2] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Interments 1829-1873, Burying Grounds, City of Hudson, Hudson Public Library, 1986.

William Mulcahy

M, (1859 - 1929)
Father*Dennis Mulcahy (1828 - 1913)
Mother*Catherine Galvin Mulcahy (1839 - 1910)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*10 Feb 1859 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1,2 
Christening20 Feb 1859 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); godfather=Thomas Galvin, godmother=Johanna Dwyer1 
Marriage*1 Jul 1884 Stuart, Guthrie, Iowa (IA), United States (US); Bride=Alice Goodman Martin Mulcahy3 
Occupation*1885 fireman4 
Death*7 Jun 1929 Amor Tp, Bowman, North Dakota (ND), United States (US)5,6 
Burial*11 Jun 1929 Saint Charles Cemetery, Bowman, Bowman, North Dakota (ND), United States (US)6 
Note*13 Jun 1929 obituary: Bowman County (North Dakota) Pioneer, 13 June 1929 p1c3.6 
Biography* William Mulcahy, 1859-1929:
The eldest of eleven, William was christened at Saint Mary's in Hudson, New York on 20 February 1859. He was sponsored by his uncle Thomas Galvin and by Johanna Dwyer. William is not listed with his parents in 1880 and has not been found anyplace else either. In 1884, when he marries Alice Goodman, he is living in Guthrie County, Iowa. Their first child together - his wife Alice had at least one child by a previous marriage - is born in Guthrie County. In 1890, their son William is born in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin. In 1896, William bought a farm with mortgage in Section 17 of Dane township, Dane County, Wisconsin from M/M Theodore Nettekoven. William and Alice sold this farm to William's brother Dennis on 1 October 1902. In 1913, William applied for a homestead in Gem township, Bowman County, North Dakota. He and wife Alice were living on this farm, about 14-miles southwest of Bowman village, in 1920.

William, 70, died on a Friday at the home of his son William in Amor township, Bowman County, North Dakota. He had moved into his son's home about a month previously due to poor health. The funeral was held on Tuesday from Saint Charles Catholic church with the Rev. Krank officiating. William was buried in the church cemetery next to his wife who died 3-years earlier. According to his obit, William was survived by three brothers and one sister (unnamed) of Dane, WI and the one son. He actually was survived by five brothers and two sisters, one son, one daughter and one step-daughter. Undertaker J. H. Kvalueso, Bowman, North Dakota was in charge of arrangements. 

Family

Alice Goodman Martin Mulcahy b. 22 Aug 1856, d. 23 Mar 1926
Children
Last Edited11 Oct 2017

Citations

  1. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  2. [S17] 1860 Federal Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  3. [S590] Guthrie county marriage record.
  4. [S589] Guthrie county birth record.
  5. [S1751] North Dakota., North Dakota Death Record (North Dakota Dept of Health),.
  6. [S18] Obituary,.

Johanna Mulcahy

F, (1860 - b 1870)
Father*Dennis Mulcahy (1828 - 1913)
Mother*Catherine Galvin Mulcahy (1839 - 1910)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*10 Nov 1860 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1,2,3 
Christening17 Nov 1860 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Witness=William Galvin2 
Death*b 1870 4 
Biography* Johanna Mulcahy, 1860-bef1870:
The second child of eleven and the first girl, Johanna was christened at Saint Mary's in Hudson, New York on 17 November 1860. Her sponsors were her uncle William Galvin and Johanna Cummings. Probably died as an infant. 
Last Edited29 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S9] Surmised.
  2. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  3. [S17] 1860 Federal Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  4. [S12] 1870 Federal Census, Dane Co, WI,.

Dennis Mulcahy

M, (1862 - 1936)
Father*Dennis Mulcahy (1828 - 1913)
Mother*Catherine Galvin Mulcahy (1839 - 1910)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*1 Jun 1862 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1 
(Witness) Marriage25 Sep 1901 Dane, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); RC||Dane Co Lic No. 72 dated 18 Sep 1901; Groom=David Elias Mulcahy, Bride=Catharine Maude Martin Mulcahy2 
Marriage*12 Oct 1909 Bride=Sara Alice Lamberty Mulcahy Ganser3 
Residence*1 Apr 1930 Roxbury Tp, Dane, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)4 
Death*6 Apr 1936 Clifton, Monroe, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US); Witness=Sara Alice Lamberty Mulcahy Ganser3,5 
Burial*9 Apr 1936 Saint Aloysius cemetery, Sauk City, Sauk, Wisconsin (WI), United States (US)3,6
Note*16 Apr 1936 obituary Waunakee (Wisconsin) Tribune, Thursday 16 April 1936 p1c2.3 
Biography* Dennis Mulcahy, 1862-1936:
Dennis Mulcahy's death record, obituary, and tombstone all list his birth year as 1859. The death record and obituary list his birthplace as Buffalo, New York. Wife Sara was the informant for the death record and presumably was also the source for the obit. However, there is other, more substantial, evidence that Dennis was born near Hudson, New York in 1862. The third child of eleven and the second son of Dennis Mulcahy and Catherine Galvin, Dennis was christened on 8 June 1862 at Saint Mary's Catholic church in Hudson. The church christening records list his birth date as 1 June 1962 although it's certainly possible the birth date was 05 June as listed elsewhere. After their 1909 marriage, Dennis and Sara lived on a farm near Dane. Circa 1912, they moved to Clifton in Monroe County where they lived for nineteen years before returning to a farm near Dane. In the fall of 1935 they returned, once again, to Clifton.

Dennis, 73, died suddenly and unexpectedly of a stroke at his home in Clifton on a Monday evening. He was survived by his wife Sara, one daughter Mrs Martin Hein of Dane, four brothers Dan and Thomas of Dane, David of Verona and Stephen of South Dakota; and two sisters Mrs John Hyslop of Dane and Mrs Joe Norwalk of South Dakota; plus several nieces and nephews. Dennis ws preceded by his parents, brothers John, William and Patsy and a sister Johanna who died in infancy. The funeral was held at Saint Aloysius Catholic church in Sauk City on Thursday with Rev. Buckle officiating. 

Family

Sara Alice Lamberty Mulcahy Ganser b. 24 Mar 1890, d. 21 Oct 1987
Children
Last Edited12 Oct 2017

Citations

  1. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  2. [S7] Dane county marriage record.
  3. [S18] Obituary,.
  4. [S464] 1930 Federal Census, Dane County, Wisconsin,.
  5. [S6] Wisconsin Dane county death record.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.

Mary Burke Galvin

F, (c 1842 - 1866)
ChartsMichael Galvin descendants
Birth*c 1842 Ireland1,2 
Marriage*27 Jul 1862 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Groom=William Galvin3 
Married Name27 Jul 1862 Galvin [Burke] 
Death*21 Sep 1866 Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Burial*Sep 1866 Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1 

Family

William Galvin b. c 1841
Children
Last Edited12 May 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Interments 1829-1873, Burying Grounds, City of Hudson, Hudson Public Library, 1986.
  2. [S239] 1865 State Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  3. [S11] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) marriage record,.

Ellen Foley Galvin

F, (c 1840 - )
ChartsGalvin/O'Donoghue family
Birth*c 1840 Ireland1 
Marriage*25 Dec 1862 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Groom=Thomas Galvin2 
Married Name25 Dec 1862 Galvin [Foley] 
Biography* Ellen Foley Galvin, c1840-????:
Born in Ireland, Ellen was married in Hudson, New York in 1862. After her husband's death in 1864, Ellen lived with her sister and brother-in-law, William and Mary Fitzgerald, at 37 Front Street in Hudson's second ward. She supported herself and her two children as a laundress and domestic servant.

Although her son Patrick, her son's wife Ellen, her brother-in-law William Fitzgerald and other Galvin descendents and relatives are buried in the Hudson Cemetery, there is no evidence that Ellen Foley and her sister Mary are. There is no record of Ellen in Columbia County after 1905. 

Family

Thomas Galvin b. c 1836, d. 26 Feb 1864
Children
Last Edited6 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S238] 1870 Federal Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  2. [S11] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) marriage record,.

Patrick Galvin

M, (1863 - 1898)
Father*Thomas Galvin (c 1836 - 1864)
Mother*Ellen Foley Galvin (c 1840 - )
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*Sep 1863 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Marriage*c 1890 Bride=Mary Ellen (?) Downing Galvin2 
Death*17 Dec 1898 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)3 
Note*17 Dec 1898 death notice Hudson (New York) Daily Register, Saturday 17 December 1898.3 
Burial*20 Dec 1898 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)4 
Biography* Patrick Galvin, 1863-1898:
Patrick was christened on 19 September 1863 at Saint Mary's in Hudson. His sponsors were his uncle William Galvin and Catherine Clancy. In 1870 and 1875, he and his widowed mother were living with his aunt and uncle, Mary and William Fitzgerald.

Patrick, 35, died on a Saturday. Hudson cemetery records list him as single but that may be incorrect, although his death notice in the local paper does not mention that he is married. There is a married Ellen Galvin born Ireland circa 1862 buried in the same lot as this Patrick. This Ellen's obituary lists her as the widow of Patrick Galvin, that she lived and was employed at the Hudson Orphans Asylum and that she has a married daughter, Mrs William White, living in Hudson. However, this woman is listed in the 1900 census as Mary E Downing, born in New York, married to Eugene Downing and with a daughter Ethel M (who in 1907 married William White). Which doesn't fit since Patrick Galvin died two-years before! 
Last Edited23 Oct 2017

Citations

  1. [S239] 1865 State Census, Columbia County, New York,.
  2. [S9] Surmised.
  3. [S18] Obituary,.
  4. [S240] Hudson burial permit.

Denis Galvin

M, (1865 - 1866)
Father*William Galvin (c 1841 - )
Mother*Mary Burke Galvin (c 1842 - 1866)
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsMichael Galvin descendants
Birth*Aug 1865 New York (NY), United States (US)1 
Christening23 Aug 1865 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)2 
Death*4 Feb 1866 Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)3 
Last Edited13 Mar 2008

Citations

  1. [S9] Surmised.
  2. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  3. [S2] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Interments 1829-1873, Burying Grounds, City of Hudson, Hudson Public Library, 1986.

Daniel McCarthy

M, (c 1780 - b 1855)
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsThomas McCarthy ancestors
McCarthy/???? family
Birth*c 1780 Ireland1,2 
Marriage*b 1816 Bride=Margaret (Mrs Daniel) (?) McCarthy3 
Residence*c 1822 Kilmichael, Cork, Ireland4 
Death*b 1 Jun 1855 5 
Biography* Daniel McCarty, ca1780-before1855:
The only evidence we have of his given name Daniel is the inscription on his son Eugene's tombstone - "son of Daniel and Margaret McCarthy". Don't know when or where Daniel died. His wife Margaret is listed as a widow in the 1855 New York state census of Columbia County. Margaret has been there, in the Town of Claverack, for five years. There is no tombstone for Daniel in the Hudson city cemetery where wife Margaret and others in the family are buried. There is also an implication from son John having named his first son Daniel which would have been in keeping with the tradition of naming the first son after the father's father. In the 1880 census, all four of Daniel's living children listed their father's birthplace as Ireland.

According to family lore of a family member in Hudson, New York, two McCarthy brothers went "west". We know that son John went to Wisconsin circa 1864 and is the only known McCarthy male of the family that didn't live out his alloted years in Columbia County. A son, as yet unidentified, could have been born before John, or between John & Eugene, or between Eugene & Margaret. Besides, its curious that there is no son Daniel. If the unknown son was ever in Columbia County, New York he left no trace there. 

Family

Margaret (Mrs Daniel) (?) McCarthy b. c 1784, d. 20 Sep 1862
Children
Last Edited21 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S9] Surmised birthdate.
  2. [S301] 1880 Federal Census, Columbia County, New York,, birthplace.
  3. [S9] Surmised from son John's birthyear.
  4. [S8] Tombstone son Eugene's.
  5. [S10] 1855 state census, Columbia County, New York,.

Margaret (Mrs Daniel) (?) McCarthy

F, (c 1784 - 1862)
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsThomas McCarthy ancestors
McCarthy/???? family
Birth*c 1784 Ireland1,2 
Marriage*b 1816 Groom=Daniel McCarthy3 
Married Nameb 1816 McCarthy [????] 
Death*20 Sep 1862 Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)2 
Biography* Margaret McCarthy, 1784-1862:
On 1 June 1855, Margaret, age 70, was living in the Town of Claverack, Columbia County, New York. She was a widowed head-of-household and all seven of her known children were living with her. Her oldest child was listed at age 35 and her youngest at 22. Using these ages, Margaret was 35 when her oldest was born and 48 when her youngest was born. It's possible that she delivered her first born before age 35 and that there were other, older, children. Its also possible that Margaret was older than the age listed in the record. In 1860, she was living in Hudson's fourth ward with her daughter and son-in-law Margaret and Thomas Sullivan.

Margaret, about the age of 78, died on a Saturday of marasmus. 

Family

Daniel McCarthy b. c 1780, d. b 1 Jun 1855
Children
Last Edited21 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S10] 1855 state census, Columbia County, New York,.
  2. [S2] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Interments 1829-1873, Burying Grounds, City of Hudson, Hudson Public Library, 1986.
  3. [S9] Surmised from son John's birthyear.

Margaret McCarthy Sullivan

F, (c 1826 - 1900)
Father*Daniel McCarthy (c 1780 - b 1855)
Mother*Margaret (Mrs Daniel) (?) McCarthy (c 1784 - 1862)
RelationshipGrandaunt of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
ChartsMcCarthy/???? family
Birth*c 1826 Ireland1 
Marriage*4 Nov 1854 Saint Mary's, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Groom=Thomas Sullivan, Witness=Thomas Bartin, Witness=Julia McCarthy Martin2 
Married Name4 Nov 1854 Sullivan [McCarthy] 
(godmother) Christening18 Aug 1861 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Christened=John F. Brown3 
(godmother) Christening14 Sep 1862 Saint Mary's Church, Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US); Christened=James E. McCarthy3 
Death*21 Jul 1900 4 
Note*23 Jul 1900 obituary Hudson (New York) Daily Register, Monday 23 July 1900.5 
Burial*24 Jul 1900 Hudson, Columbia, New York (NY), United States (US)4 
Biography* Margaret McCarthy Sullivan, ca1826-1900:
Born about 1826 in Ireland, Margaret immigrated to the Town of Claverack in Columbia County, New York circa 1850. She came to Claverack, with her mother and several of her siblings, two years after her older brother John. After her 1854 marriage, Margaret and husband Thomas continued to live with her mother in Claverack. In 1856, she and her husband moved to 330 State Street in Hudson's fourth ward. In 1860, her mother Margaret and her brother Eugene were lving with them. Margaret and Thomas had six children only two of whom survived them. She had a will prepared which she marked on 5 June 1900. In the will, Margaret left the easterly half of the 50 ft x 120 ft lot at 330 State Street, including the house theron, to son Patrick. The westerly half of the lot she left to son John.

Margaret, about 74, died on a Saturday night at her home after an illness of six weeks. She was survived by her two sons. The funeral was held on Saturday from her house and then from Saint Mary's. Her will was approved for probate on 31 July 1900. 

Family

Thomas Sullivan b. c 1814, d. 21 Nov 1883
Children
Last Edited28 Feb 2017

Citations

  1. [S10] 1855 state census, Columbia County, New York,.
  2. [S11] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) marriage record,.
  3. [S14] St.Mary's (Hudson, New York) christening record,.
  4. [S240] Hudson burial permit.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.