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EAGEN-GLYNN 1880 Taylor, Minooka boros Scranton PA
Posted by: Walton Sullivan (ID *****2165) Date: March 03, 2009 at 11:35:14
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Looking for information/connection EAGAN-GLYNN connection Minooka, Taylor boros Scranton PA.

1880 Northeast Election District Lackawanna Township includes Michael EAGAN and his wife Ann GLYNN and their family. Michael c 1848-Ann c 1843 both born in Ireland; Children Thomas c 1867, James c 1869, John 1870, Mary E. 1873, Bridget 1875, Peter 1878 and Michael 11 months born 20 June. 1879 Subsequent info indicates another child William Joseph EAGAN b 16 Aug 1882 in Taylor and moved to 1157 Luzerne St in 1942.

This EAGAN-GLYNN line is directly related to my SULLIVAN-GLYNN line.. William Joseph EAGAN b 1882 godparents were my GrandUncle Florence SULLIVAN and Grandaunt Ellen GLYNN SULLIVAN. Michael EAGAN b 20 June 1879 godparents were John GLYNN and Margaret GLYNN. The children were baptized at St. Joseph RC Church, Minooka, PA.

My Granduncle Florence SULLIVAN 1845-1909 and my Grandaunt Ellen GLYNN SULLIVAN 1849-1913 were living at Grove St in Taylor and the time of their deaths they were parishioners of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Taylor. They are interred in St. Joseph Cemetery in Minooka.

Please contact Walton J. SULLIVAN with information, leads, etc. Thank U. Regards Walt



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