Thomas MOORE and Catherine (DOHANY?)
Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland to Black Rapids (Ottawa, Ontario) to Maniwaki, Quebec
also Patrick MOORE and Elizabeth TURNEY
November 22, 2001:
Came across your web page , BYTOWN OR BUST, a few months ago and have been watching it
closely for info on MOORE'S.
My name is Delbert Moore and I live in the town of Maniwaki Que.
I have been researching my Moore family since the 1980's, but hit a brick wall finding
out where they came from. Only lately I found out they came from Black Rapids, Nepean Ont.
My gr gr grandfather is Thomas Moore, his wife ,Catherine (Johany) ( Dohany) ( Dohney),
can't make out the exact spelling from church records. I have found that they had 9 children
none born around here, Ellan, John, Michael, Thomas, Catherine, Ann, Bridgette, Martin, and William.
Michael, Thomas, Bridgette, and William, all settled St Famille D' Aumond range,a, called (River Joseph )
at the time, between 1856,and 1858.
have you ever come across any of those names,or does any body in your area,or web site?
Could you tell me what parish would have records,so i could look them up,or maybe in census records,
thanks , regards.
Thanks for your e-mail regarding your Moore ancestors.
I'll e-mail you when I set up a new page for them, probably later today.
Where did you get the info that Thomas was at Black Rapids? I believe there
was a fair sized settlement there when the dam and locks were being built,
Also, do you have any birth dates for Thomas or any of his children? There were
a couple of Moore families in that area, some Protestant and some Catholic.
P.S. Is it possible that Catherine's last name was DOWNEY ? There were Downey's
near Black Rapids, but on the other side of the Rideau River in Gloucester Township.
(Later in the day)
Thomas Moore, the elder seems to have died between 1849 and 1852.
There were actually ten children, not nine. The new one is Mary.
Here are birthdates for the children, all born in Upper Canada:
This may be a case of Thomas Sr. working on the canal at Black Rapids and POSSIBLY
later joining Father Deleage's party of settlers from South Gloucester to Maniwaki.
There are old Moores buried at the Church at South Gloucester.
November 24, 2001:
Hi Delbert . My name is Ernie Kilroe. My great grandmother Mary Moore Born approx 1836?
Married Stephen Kilroe In Nepean Ont. I have been unable to trace her background . but your
family looks like a possible match. There is a pic of her on the Kilroe site and I will dig
another pic out and send it to you plus a pic of her children I have put together.
Let me know if there is a connection..
Note: See new pictures of Mary Moore Kilroe on the Kilroe page.
Ernie's e-mail address is also there.
Hi Ernie and Delbert:
Ernie: Thanks for sending the great pictures. They're now on the Kilroe page.
Delbert: There was a Thomas Moore in the Bytown area in 1829. He came from County Tipperary,
Two Mile Borris, Littletown.
Not sure if he's yours or not.
Possibly ML# 263 on the McCabe List
August 10, 2003:
my great great grandmother is named mary anne moore. the only info i have is
that she married Pierre Rivet / Rivest, their daughter catherine rivet married john white
my great grandfather and Indian agent.
please help me verify if there is a relationship. i only know catherine was born around 1871 til 1918.
vickie kerr Vvker33@aol.com
August 13, 2003:
Sorry I didn't send all of my message - error with computer...
I will give a few more details - because the names in your message, Vickie, don't correspond with what I have.
Catherine Rivet (Revah) b. Dec 6, 1862 -marr. John White on Apr 7, 1885
John was son of John White & Mary-Ann Sheehy. I believe the 1st John White was the Indian agent.
Hope this helps.
September 4, 2003:
My grt-grandmother was Isabella Turney (Torney or Tourney or Tierney). Her older sister
married a Patrick Moore who was born in Queen's county, Ireland. Patrick's
father was David Moore. this family is listed in a series published in 1993
in L'Outauais Genealogique called "Histoire des familles de la mission de
Maniwaki" par Robert Chartrand. Both families lived in close proximity to
each other in the Maniwaki area. Maybe this will help.
... James Cleland
December 27, 2003:
John Alexander Moore
I have been trying to break a dreadfully strong wall for about a year or more
now regarding the above Moore gentleman. I have
little info to go on but will share with you, in case it might ring a bell.
John Alexander Moore living in Montreal City in 1885., parents being:
Thomas Moore and Mary Ann Forres married Miss Lavina Mark
whose parents were: Hugh Mark & Eunice Reid of East Hawkesbury, Ontario.
The marriage of these two people took place at
Stanley Protestant Church, Montreal on 15 April, 1885.
In May of 1885 a child was born named: Vina Moore (born in Quebec)....
I don't know where.
Levina Mark-Moore died in June of 1885 at Vankleek Hill, Ontario.
don't know where she is buried.
The child Vina Moore, was raised by her grandmother Eunice Mark in
Maxville (on the census up to 1901). Then when the grandmother
died in 1904, the obit stated that Vina Moore of Montreal was in
This is all I have to go on.
If anything sounds familiar, please let me know.
Thank you and happy holidays.
Joyce in Saskatoon
November 30, 2004:
Good morning all. I hope you can still all be found at these
I think I recognize some of the names on this string of messages.
Delbert, and Eldeen.
I originally hail from the Kitigan Zibi Indian Reserve just outside of
Maniwaki. I have been helping my wife, Lisa as she attempts to trace her
Moore family roots.
At this time, there are some things I would like to share with some of
you. Not real helpful information but definitely interesting:
1) Delbert, my wife photocopied a page several years ago when she was
researching the McNeil side of Glen Moore's roots. It came from a book
at the Archives building (part of La Maison du Citoyen) in Hull.
Although we cannot recall the title of the book, we are going to look
-On our page (948), there is a record of a marriage between William
Moore, son of Thomas and Catherine Dohony, to Bridget Hardgrove,
daughter of Michael and Bridget McNamara. Wedding took place in
Maniwaki on June 4, 1861.
-There is a record of a marriage between Richard, son of Thomas and
Mary Hardgrove, to Winefred Thompson, daughter of John and Jane Moran.
This wedding took place in Maniwaki on July 19, 1897.
-There is a record of a marriage between Thomas, son of the late Thomas
and Mary Hardgrove, to Agnes Thompson, daughter of John and Jane Moran.
This wedding took place in Maniwaki on August 5, 1901.
-Finally, there is also record of a marriage between Russell-George,
son of Thomas-Francis and Agnes Thompson; Saskatchewan, to
Rose-Elisabeth McAuley, daughter of Joseph and Elisabeth Carroll;
Ottawa. This wedding took place in Ste-Famille d'Aumond on September
While I figure you know all this, it's interesting to note that
brothers William and Thomas likely married two Hardgrove sisters (I say
likely since there is no record of Thomas JR's wedding to Mary
Hardgrove). Then Thomas JR's sons Richard and Thomas (Thomas-Francis)
married two Thompson sisters. I also noted from the announcement that
Thomas JR must have passed away between the weddings of Richard and
2) Vickie and Eldeen: My brother from the Kitigan Zibi Reserve launched
a history book of our community this past September. The book was the
result of two years of very detailed and pain-staking research. In it,
there is mention of John White being appointed the first Indian Agent to
the River Desert Algonquins, and serving in this capacity from 1860 to
1874. After C.L. Baudin takes over this role from 1874 to 1875, next in
the sequence is Patrick Moore from 1876 to 1879. What I am trying to
confirm for my wife is that this Patrick Moore may have been her
Great-Great Grandfather. While we have been able to confirm that her
Great-Great Grandfather definitely was named Patrick (who married
Elisabeth Torney in 1856 at Old Chelsea), we have not found any evidence
that he was the same Patrick Moore who served as Indian Agent. Has
anyone ever come across this info?
Here is the book:
Since Time Immemorial: "Our Story", by Stephen McGregor,
The Story of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinàbeg,
Kitigan Zibi Education Council, 2004, ISBN 0-9734910-1-9.
Furthermore, the history book also mentions that prior to being
appointed Indian Agent, John White had held about 130 hectares of land
on the reserve in 1857. John White occupied three lots while his son
John JR occupied two. So definitely, the older John White was the
Indian Agent. (NP)
3) James, as you would have seen earlier in this e-mail, I have a
record of a Pat Moore, son of David and the late Mary Moore marrying an
Elisabeth Torney, daughter of Hugh and the late Elisabeth Wallace at Old
Chelsea on July 28, 1856. Thank you for posting the info about
Isabella's older sister marrying a Patrick Moore from Queen's County,
Ireland. Lisa is now able to trace her Moore roots one generation
further back, and all the way back to Ireland no less!!
Would you know how we can go about obtaining a copy of the series
published in 1993 that you mentioned? I.e. Histoire des familles de la
mission de Maniwaki? That sounds like it could be very helpful to us.
4) Al, I've seen your name all over the "Bytown or Bust" site. Maybe
you can help us. Lisa's ancestor may actually be listed on official
documents as Glyn Dorn even though we all know him as Glen. Glen's
father was Joseph Nicholas Dorn born in 1890 and died January 16, 1966.
Nicholas' parents were John Patrick Moore and Mary McGoey. And previous
to that, John Patrick's parents were Patrick Moore and Elizabeth Turney.
We would like to know more about this last Patrick.
I hope all of you take the necessary time to read this e-mail. And I
certainly hope it can help just a little bit in uncovering some of the
September 5, 2005:
Came across your e-mail. My mother was Florence Moore, daughter of John Moore
and Maryanne McGoey. They had a farm on the Montcerf road. Her brothers were
Patrick, Nicholas, Edgar, John Tom, another brother (whose name I cannot remember
and was married to Leontine Nault (my father's (Ernest Nault) sister and who moved
to AmQui. My mother ahd a sister May, married Hugh Healey and moved to New York City, USA.
Keep in touch. This is getting very interesting.
May 12, 2007:
I got your names from Anne-Marie Ibell, who has been very helpful in giving
me information about my Irish Canadian relatives (Muldoon, Sheehy, Barrett,
Murphy, etc.) She suggested I contact you because my mother's Aunt Emma
Murphy (actually Margaret Emma Murphy) married Michael John the Baptist
Here is what I have on the Moore's. If you have any additions/corrections/
whatever, I would be most grateful. I am working with Mick and Emma's
daughter and granddaughter to try and update that part of the family tree.
That you for any help you can provide.
Descendants of Thomas Moore
Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS1 MOORE was born Abt. 1810 in Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland,
and died 16 Apr 1850 in Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada. He married CATHERINE
DOHENY. She was born Abt. 1811 in County Limerick, Ireland, and died 19
Nov 1883 in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
Notes for CATHERINE DOHENY:
Catherine's last name may have been spelled Daughney.
Children of THOMAS MOORE and CATHERINE DOHENY are:
i. WILLIAM2 MOORE, b. 01 Jul 1832, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada; d.
16 Dec 1894, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; m. BRIDGET HARDGROVE, 04 Jun 1861,
Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About WILLIAM MOORE and BRIDGET HARDGROVE:
Marriage: 04 Jun 1861, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
ii. MICHAEL MOORE, b. Abt. 1833, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada; d.
01 Dec 1889, Ste Famille D'Aumond, Quebec, Canada; m. JANE FAIRBAIRN,
04 Jun 1860, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About MICHAEL MOORE and JANE FAIRBAIRN:
Marriage: 04 Jun 1860, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
iii. THOMAS MOORE, b. 11 Apr 1835, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada;
d. 05 Mar 1901, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; m. MARY HARDGROVE, 20 Jun
1862, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About THOMAS MOORE and MARY HARDGROVE:
Marriage: 20 Jun 1862, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
iv. MARY MOORE, b. 07 Aug 1836, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada;
d. 12 Jan 1888, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; m. STEPHEN KILROE,
13 Feb 1855, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
More About STEPHEN KILROE and MARY MOORE:
Marriage: 13 Feb 1855, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
v. BRIDGET MOORE, b. 14 Jun 1838, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada;
d. 30 Oct 1929, Ste Famille D'Aumond, Quebec, Canada; m. CYRILLE
RIVET, 09 Jul 1860, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About CYRILLE RIVET and BRIDGET MOORE:
Marriage: 09 Jul 1860, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
2. vi. MARTIN MOORE, b. 11 Nov 1839, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada;
d. 17 Mar 1889, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
vii. CATHERINE MOORE, b. 15 Jun 1841, Black Rapids, Ontario,
Canada; d. 05 Oct 1887, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; m. PATRICK O'RIELY,
14 Apr 1861, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About PATRICK O'RIELY and CATHERINE MOORE:
Marriage: 14 Apr 1861, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
viii. ELLEN MOORE, b. Apr 1843, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada; m.
MICHAEL CODY / Coady, 16 Feb 1863, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About MICHAEL CODY and ELLEN MOORE:
Marriage: 16 Feb 1863, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
ix. ANN MOORE, b. 1846, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada; d.
04 Apr 1880, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; m. MICHAEL HARDGROVE,
04 Apr 1880, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About MICHAEL HARDGROVE and ANN MOORE:
Marriage: 04 Apr 1880, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
3. x. JOHN MOORE, b. 03 Aug 1847, Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada;
d. 25 May 1923, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Generation No. 2
2. MARTIN2 MOORE (THOMAS1) was born 11 Nov 1839 in Black Rapids,
Ontario, Canada, and died 17 Mar 1889 in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
He married BRIDGET MCGUIRE 19 Apr 1869 in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
She was born Abt. 1848 in Black Rapids, Ontario, Canada, and died 07 Apr
1922 in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About MARTIN MOORE and BRIDGET MCGUIRE:
Marriage: 19 Apr 1869, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
Children of MARTIN MOORE and BRIDGET MCGUIRE are:
i. THOMAS PATRICK3 MOORE, b. 23 Feb 1870, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 01 May 1880, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
ii. JAMES MOORE, b. 04 Sep 1871, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 07 Jul 1872, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
iii. MICHAEL MOORE, b. 22 Mar 1873, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
iv. MARY ANN MOORE, b. 30 May 1875, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 06 Jun 1895, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; m. PATRICK ROCHON, 08 May 1893, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About PATRICK ROCHON and MARY MOORE:
Marriage: 08 May 1893, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
v. CATHERINE BRIDGET MOORE, b. 21 May 1877, Maniwaki, Quebec,
Canada; d. 30 Jun 1878, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
vi. ELIZA ANN MOORE, b. 28 Sep 1881, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
m. THOMAS HOLMES, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
More About THOMAS HOLMES and ELIZA MOORE:
Marriage: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
vii. BRIDGET MARY MOORE, b. 08 Dec 1883, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
m. JOHN JAMES FORBES, 29 Sep 1908, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
More About JOHN FORBES and BRIDGET MOORE:
Marriage: 29 Sep 1908, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
viii. ELLEN JANE MOORE, b. 15 Jan 1887, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 22 Aug 1887, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
ix. MARTIN MOORE, b. 25 Mar 1889, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada; d. 27 Mar
1889, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
3. JOHN2 MOORE (THOMAS1) was born 03 Aug 1847 in Black Rapids, Ontario,
Canada, and died 25 May 1923 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He married
ANN HARDGROVE 17 Jun 1879 in Assumption Church, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada,
daughter of RICHARD HARDGROVE and BRIDGET MCNAMARA. She was born 07 Aug 1851
in South Gloucester, Ontario, Canada, and died 06 Jun 1934.
Notes for ANN HARDGROVE:
Ann Hardgrove's birthdate may have been August 7, 1851 not August 1, 1852.
More About JOHN MOORE and ANN HARDGROVE:
Marriage: 17 Jun 1879, Assumption Church, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada
Children of JOHN MOORE and ANN HARDGROVE are:
i. JOHN THOMAS3 MOORE, b. 30 Aug 1880, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
ii. JOSEPH RICHARD MOORE, b. 15 Dec 1881, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
4. iii. MICHAEL JOHN THE BAPTIST MOORE, b. 24 Jun 1884, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
iv. PATRICK JOSEPH MOORE, b. 22 Mar 1886, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
v. WILLIAM GEORGE MOORE, b. 22 Mar 1886, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 20 Oct 1960, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Notes for WILLIAM GEORGE MOORE:
William may have been a priest. [Source: Kevin McKinney] His birth year may have been 1887, not 1886.
More About WILLIAM GEORGE MOORE:
Burial: 21 Oct 1960, Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa, Canada Ordination: 11 Jul 1920
vi. LAWRENCE JAMES MOORE, b. 25 Jan 1889, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada;
d. 27 Sep 1889, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
vii. MARY ANN MOORE, b. 17 Sep 1890, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
viii. FLORENCE MAY MOORE, b. 28 Feb 1895, Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada.
Generation No. 3
4. MICHAEL JOHN THE BAPTIST MOORE (JOHN2, THOMAS1) was born 24 Jun 1884
in Maniwaki, Quebec, Canada. He married MARGARET EMMA MURPHY 18 Oct 1916
in St. Joseph's Church, Ottawa, Ontario, Quebec, daughter of JAMES MURPHY
and MARY BARRETT. She was born 14 Dec 1885 in Old Chelsea, Quebec, Canada.
Notes for MICHAEL JOHN THE BAPTIST MOORE:
Michael Moore went by the name of Mick. He and and his wife Emma lived d
own the street from her brother Paddy Murphy and Paddy's wife Stasia.
Notes for MARGARET EMMA MURPHY:
Margaret Emma Murphy went by the name of Emma. She lived most of her life
in Canada, but was listed as living in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, in the
January 1909 obituary of her sister Mary Murphy Welch.
More About MICHAEL MOORE and MARGARET MURPHY:
Marriage: 18 Oct 1916, St. Joseph's Church, Ottawa, Ontario, Quebec
Children of MICHAEL MOORE and MARGARET MURPHY are:
5. i. JAMES BARRETT4 MOORE, b. Abt. 1918, Ottawa, Canada; d. Abt. 1991, Canada.
6. ii. MARGARET MOORE, b. Ottawa, Canada.
7. iii. MARY THERESA MOORE, b. Ottawa, Canada.
8. iv. JOHN WILLIAM MOORE, b. Abt. 1925, Ottawa, Canada; d. Abt. 1972, Canada.
... Karen has later generations.
May 14, 2007:
New e-mail address for Eldeen Levesque: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 15, 2007:
New E-mail address for Delbert Moore (included in the list below): email@example.com
August 26, 2008:
My name is Michael Edmund Moore, born in Montreal. I'm the the grandson of Edmund Moore
of Maniwaki, born in 1905. Can you tell me anything else about my ancestry?
Thanks for your help.
Thanks to Eric McGregor who is providing Mike with some information:
I can definitely tell you some things. However, my papers are all at home. I will get
back to you in the next couple of days.
I am just going by memory here, but I recall that besides having a brother named James Moore,
Patrick also named his youngest child James. This younger James went on to marry a woman
named Emeline (or Evangeline) Fahey. They in turn were the parents of your Grandfather,
Edmund Moore of Maniwaki (1905 - 1932)."
August 27, 2008:
Thanks to Sue for the following research:
From the Drouin records at ancestry.ca:
Patrick Moore (born Ireland) married Elizabeth Torney (born Quebec) on 29 July 1856 at
Old Chelsea, Quebec
The above couple can be found in the 1891 Egan, Ottawa county, Quebec census, surrounded
by Moores and Torneys / Turneys / Tierneys.
Son James in the above census is listed as age 17, so born abt 1874 in Quebec.
He married Emeline Fahey 15 June 1904. She was a daughter of Michael Fahey and Elizabeth
Tracey (who were married 11 Nov 1864). Emeline was born 15 March 1879 and baptized in
South March as "Francis Emiline Fahey".
Their son Edmund Moore (1905 - 1932) married Norah / Morah Laura (or Louisa) Kearney at
Maniwaki on 10 July 1929, just 3 years before Edmund was accidentally killed in October of
1932 at just 26 years of age.
September 9, 2010:
Greetings from Gatineau! Just perusing over the webpage that is still up “Bytown or Bust” - http://www.bytown.net/moore.htm .
Most wonderful to see some familiar names popping up there.
Wondering if you would have any input on my ancestors, my grandfather was Edgar Moore and his wife
May (Rivest) and their parents. I’m told to look into McGoey lines as well.
All hail from Maniwaki.
Any input would be most welcome!
Thank you very much,
Thanks to Eric McGregor for sorting out the two Moore families below. He has also sorted out the
two McGoey pioneer families in the Gatineau Valley.
Good day Marc-André. I always start by telling people that back in the mid-1800's or so, two unrelated
Moore families settled in the Maniwaki area. There was the Thomas Moore and Catherine Doheny clan.
They would have been the Great Great Grandparents of Delbert Moore and his sister Eldeen.
Delbert and Eldeen still live up in Maniwaki. The other Moore family was Patrick Moore and Elizabeth Turney.
These are your ancestors.
You are descended from the Nicholas Moore and Elizabeth McNeill / McNeil family. Edgar, your Grandfather, was Nicholas'
youngest sibling. According to my records I've kept for Lisa, the children of John Patrick Moore and Mary Ann McGoey went as follows:
Patrick Moore (b. 1888, d. 1984, married to Mary Brennan);
Nicholas (b. 1890, d. 1966, married to Elizabeth McNeill);
Florence (b. 1892, d. 1972, married to Ernest Nault);
Mary Ann (aka May, b. 1893, d. 1966, married to Hughie Healey);
John Thomas (b. 1896, d. 1951, married to Annie Pearl Munroe);
David Carl (b. May 22, 1899, d. May 27, 1899);
Hector (b. ~1904, d. 19??, married to Rose Léontine Nault)
Edgar (b. 1906, d. 1965, married to May Rivet)
I met your Mom at the Maniwaki St. Patrick's Day party on March 13.
... Eric McGregor
January 2, 2011:
This lineage may be interesting to you along with those researching the Keegan Family.
Descendants of :
1. Thomas Moore. He married Mary Hardgrove. She was born in County Clare Ireland, daughter of Ritchard Hardgrove and Bridgit McNemera / McNamara.
Children of Thomas Moore and Mary Hardgrove:
i. 2. Bridget Moore died 1934 in Wisconsin USA
ii. 3. Mary Anne Moore was born 1863 and died 1918
2. Bridget Moore died 1934 in Wisconsin USA. She married Francis Frank Keegan. He was born 08 Jan 1854 in Cumberland, Ontario
Canada and died 08 Dec 1919 in Eau Claire Wisconsin USA, son of John Keegan and Alice Huggard.
3. Mary Anne Moore was born 1863 and died 1918. She married William Henry Keegan. He was born 27 Jul 1855 in Maniwaki Quebec
Canada and died 31 Oct 1919, son of John Keegan and Alice Huggard.
Children of Mary Anne Moore and William Henry Keegan:
i. 4. William Francis Keegan was born 21 Jul 1884 and died Oct 1951 in Sudbury Ontario Canada
ii. 5. James Joseph Keegan was born 07 Mar 1886 in Gracefield Quebec Canada and died 1932
iii. 6. John Thomas Keegan was born 12 Jun 1888 and died 1962 in Vancouver B.C. Canada
iv. Maryanne Keegan was born 11 Jun 1889
v. Teresa M Keegan was born 12 Aug 1889 and died 13 Jul 1911 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada
vi. 7. Michael Joseph Keegan was born 23 Jan 1890 and died 06 Jul 1945
vii. 8. Margaret Jane Keegan was born 25 Apr 1892 and died 1983 in Gull Lake Saskatchewan Canada
viii. 9. Ritchard Edward Keegan was born 20 Jun 1893 and died 1979 in Assiniboia Saskatchewan Canada
ix. 10. Patrick M Keegan was born 10 Aug 1895 and died Jun 1944 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada
x. 11. Agnes M Keegan was born 24 Apr 1897 and died 1990 in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
xi. 12. Catherine Mary Keegan was born 21 Feb 1899 and died 1980
xii. 13. Joseph Henry Keegan was born 25 Jun 1900 and died 1944 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada
xiii. 14. Charles Joseph Keegan was born 28 Jun 1903 and died 22 May 1966 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada
4. William Francis Keegan was born 21 Jul 1884 and died Oct 1951 in Sudbury Ontario Canada. He married Olive Walsh.
5. James Joseph Keegan was born 07 Mar 1886 in Gracefield Quebec Canada and died 1932. He married Eva Foley, daughter of
Daniel Foley and Mary Morris.
6. John Thomas Keegan was born 12 Jun 1888 and died 1962 in Vancouver B.C. Canada. He married Louise Faubert.
7. Michael Joseph Keegan was born 23 Jan 1890 and died 06 Jul 1945. He married Angeline Hengel.
8. Margaret Jane Keegan was born 25 Apr 1892 and died 1983 in Gull Lake Saskatchewan Canada. She married Andrew Phillips.
9. Ritchard Edward Keegan was born 20 Jun 1893 and died 1979 in Assiniboia Saskatchewan Canada. He married Eileen Morrow.
10. Patrick M Keegan was born 10 Aug 1895 and died Jun 1944 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada. He married Mary Addie McNally.
She was born 1894 and died 1974 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada, daughter of Lewis McNally and Emilie Labelle.
11. Agnes M Keegan was born 24 Apr 1897 and died 1990 in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada. She married William J Butler.
12. Catherine Mary Keegan was born 21 Feb 1899 and died 1980. She married Owen Winton. She married Earl King.
13. Joseph Henry Keegan was born 25 Jun 1900 and died 1944 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada. He married Frances Bouchard.
14. Charles Joseph Keegan was born 28 Jun 1903 and died 22 May 1966 in Maniwaki Quebec Canada. He married Agnes Pappin.
... Maurice Hebert
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