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John Joseph Gagain / gagin
Posted by: Ray Parker (ID *****8857) Date: June 15, 2012 at 12:41:42
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Hi I am looking for info on my grandfather John Joseph Gagin other spelling are gagain/gagen/ Geoghegan an there are more just depends on what record you look at . He was born nov 1900 Waterbury Connecticut . when he was just a few months old his dad died John Gagain born in Ireland how he died we do not know , well his mom Mary Doonan gagain/Gagin born about 1877 Cavan Ireland , move back to Ireland with him an his sister susan gagain born 1898 Waterbury Connecticut Mary re married to Farrell we were told an lived in Ireland but i found info that when John Joseph Gagain/Gagin came back to the USA in march of 1925 his last place he lived was in Glasow . Can any one Help find info on him and his family there . His Sister Susan married someone named King an had a daughter named Mary King an she lived in London England
Below is the passenger list he was on

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 <>
about John Gagin
Name:       John Gagin       
Arrival Date:       28 Apr 1925       
Birth Year:       1900       
Birth Location:       Connecticut       
Birth Location Other:       Waterbury       
Age:       24       
Gender:       Male       
Port of Departure:       Liverpool, England       
Port of Arrival:       New York, New York       
Ship Name:       Baltic       
Search Ship Database:       Search the Baltic in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database <>
lived in Glasgow Ireland 28 / 3 / 1925

Thank You Ray Parker

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