The Cashmans of Cork and Florence, Massachusetts
The Clarks of Liverpool, New Orleans and Northampton, Massachusetts
In the Beginning.....
The story of our Cashmans begins in County Cork, in an old cemetery in the townland of Ballynaglough. Among the small plain markers is a tall, ornate, newly cleaned headstone. The inscription reads: "Erected by Cornelius and Daniel Cashman of Ballynaglough in memory of their father Daniel Cashman who departed this life May 2, 1831, aged 72 years. Also their mother Catherine died September 18, 1831, aged 60 years. May their souls rest in peace."
Daniel and Catherine are my earliest documented ancestors. Since records are scant for that period, we know of just three children born to them: Daniel, Cornelius and Patrick. I am a descendent of Daniel.
Daniel b. circa 1810 m. Mary Cullinane b. circa 1810
Daniel and Marys children were:
1.Cornelius Cashman born ? m.? d.?
2.Patrick- born 1813; m.Bridget Curtin; died ?
Patrick and Bridgets children were:
1. Johannah born June 15, 1843; m. Timothy Kent
3.Daniel Cashman born circa 1810; married Mary Cullinane; died circa 1843;
Daniel and Marys children:
1.Cornelias born April 10, 1837 in Coolnakilla; m. Bridget McGrath;
d. May 21, 1915
Cornelias and Bridgets children:
1.Elen born August 30, 1866; m. Edward Halloran; d. March 14, 1925
2. Julia born November 6, 1870; m. John Foran; d. February 27, 1961
3. Mary born September 1868 or 69; m. James Clark; d. March 14,1955
4. Margaret born June 22, 1873; m. James Wheeler 1899; m. John
Jay Miller in 1913; d. January 14, 1932
5. Daniel Born July 11, 1875; m. Margaret Clifford; d.May 13, 1956
6. Roger born July 16, 1877; d. March 10, 1955
2.Mary b. April 4, 1840
3.James b. January 12, 1843
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