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Re: Mary Foley b. 1885/6 Ireland; immigrated to U.S. 1904
Posted by: Mary-Ann Greanier (ID *****0067) Date: January 28, 2012 at 19:01:53
In Reply to: Mary Foley b. 1885/6 Ireland; immigrated to U.S. 1904 by Mary-Ann Greanier of 3391

I should have included that Mary and Michael (Joy) were married in Northampton, Massachusetts and lived in Springfield, Massachusetts (in 1910 census). They were married by a Justice of the Peace, rather than a priest, even though Michael was Catholic. Mary used the maiden name of Foley in the marriage records (2 towns), and then she used the maiden name of Teirney on her childrens' birth records.

I believe she had a sister who came over from Ireland, as well, though I can't find any information about her yet.


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