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CASHMAN, Catherine Adeline "Addie"

CASHMAN, Catherine Adeline "Addie"[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

Female 1875 - 1957

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  • Nickname  Addie 
    Born  6 Feb 1875  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened  7 Feb 1875  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Address:
    44 School Street
    Quincy, MA 02169
    USA
    617.773.1021
    stjohns@stjohnsquincy.org
    http://stjohnsquincy.org/ 
    • Godparents were Patrick McKey and Catherine Cashman. [Note: this is the Catherine A. Cashman who married John Francis McIntyre]
    Education  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 8
    Quincy Normal School 
    Education  1893  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Quincy High School class of 1893 
    Obituary  10 May 1957  Hyannis, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    The Cape Cod Times 
    Died  10 May 1957  Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [8, 10
    Address:
    Sandwich Nursing Home 
    Obituary  11 May 1957  Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Boston Globe 
    Name  Kate A. Cashman  [11
    Buried  13 May 1957  Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7, 8, 10
    Address:
    Grove Street
    Sandwich, MA 02563
    508.888.0209 
    Notes 
    • After graduating high school, "Adeline" enrolled in a Quincy training class. By December of 1895, she was teaching in Sandwich, MA. As of February 1897 she was teaching at the Gridley Bryant School in Quincy.

      Addie taught at the Farmersville school. Farmersville school house moved in 1948 to Thompsons, 185 Great Marsh Road, Centerville, Barnstable. (3 houses on the lot)

      21 Oct 1895 - South Sandwich - "School commenced Monday with Miss Adeline Cashman as teacher. She boards with Mrs. Thankful Ewer." [Source: Hyannis Patriot, Monday, October, 21, 1895, page 5]

      18 Nov 1895 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman visited the Bourne school Friday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, November 18, 1985, page 5]

      9 Dec 1895 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman spent Thanksgiving at her home in Quincy. School commenced Tuesday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, December 9, 1895, page 5]

      23 Mar 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned to Quincy for a vacation of one week. Quite a number visited the school Thursday, and report very favorably of the exercises and the evident improvement in the school. Music is a new feature introduced into the school and the manner in which even the little ones join in that part of the day's labor, shows how much it is enjoyed. Miss Cashman appears to be giving universal satisfaction, and we hope to retain her services for another year." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, March 23, 1896, page 3]

      6 Apr 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned from Quincy. School commenced Tuesday." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, April 6, 1896, page 3]

      25 May 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman has returned from Quincy." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, May 25, 1896, page 3]

      22 Jun 1896 - South Sandwich - "Miss Minnie Cashman of Quincy is a guest of her sister, Miss Adeline Cashman." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, June 22, 1896, page 3]

      4 Jan 1897 - South Sandwich - "We were pleased to receive a call from one of our former teachers, Miss Adeline Cashman of Quincy, the past week." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, January 4, 1897, page 3]

      21 Jan 1901 - South Sandwich - "Miss Adeline Cashman of Quincy is being entertained by Miss Eliza A. Faunce." [Source: Barnstable Patriot, Monday, January 21, 1901, page 3]

      Mrs. Adeline Dalton - SANDWICH, May 10 - Mrs Adeline (Cashman) Dalton, 82, mother of Charles C. Dalton, clerk of the Barnstable District Court, died today at Sandwich Nursing Home. She made her home with her son on Tupper road. She was the widow of John W. Dalton, for many years a member of the Boston Globe editorial staff and author of a book entitled "Life Savers of Cape Cod." Native of Quincy, Mrs. Dalton was graduated from Quincy Normal School and had been a teacher in Sandwich public schools for many years. She was a trustee of Weston Memorial Library. She also leaves another son, John W. Jr. and a grandson, John W. 3d, both of Somerville; a brother, William J. Cashman of Atlantic, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry C. Hamel of Biddeford, Me., and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien of East Milton. A solemn high mass will be sung Monday at 10 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetry. [Source: Daily Boston Globe (1928-1960); May 11, 1957; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Boston Globe (1872-1979) pg. 14]

      Adeline taught in the Sandwich public schools for 15 years. [8]
    • (Research):Addie spent her last view years in a nursing home on the Cape. [12]

    Father  CASHMAN, John,   b. 23 Jun 1849, , Inishcarra, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Mar 1913, Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  FALVEY, Hannah Marie,   b. 1 May 1854, Rockport, Essex, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Apr 1934, Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  12 Apr 1874  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 

    Spouse  DALTON, John Wilfred Jr.,   b. 23 Apr 1865, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 May 1920, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  1 Oct 1901  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article PL
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article PL
    PATRIOT LEDGER - One of the prettiest church weddings of the season was solemnized at St. Mary's church, West Quincy, Tuesday evening, when Mrs. Catherine Adeline Cashman, daughter of Mr. John Cashman, and one of the most popular young ladies in that section of the city, became the bride of Mr. John Wilfred Dalton of Sandwich, Mass., a well known newspaper man. The guests were received and ushered by Mr. John Cashman, Mr. William Cashman, Mr. Daniel Reardon and Mr. Jeremiah Ford, and at 7:30, the hour of the ceremony, the church was filled.The strains of Lohengrin's wedding march annouced the arrival of the bridal party who entered the church, preceded by the ushers and moved slowly toward the altar. Following the ushers were the groom and maid of honor, Miss Mary E. Cashman, a sister of the bride. Then came the bride escorted by Representative William J. Sullivan of Boston. The bride was gowned in white muslin and her long tulle veil was fastened with bride roses, a huge bunch of which she carried in her hand. The maid of honor was dressed in white muslin and carried white chrysanthemums. As the bridal couple advanced within the sanctuary gates, the high altar became ablaze with electric lights of many colors. Rev. Ambrose T. Roche performed the ceremony. After the ceremony the couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents, on Cross Street, where a reception was held from 8 till 10. The interior of the house was decorated with wild flowers, the parlor being a veritable floral bower. Many handsome gifts were received and required an entire room for their display. The loft of the immense barn on the estaste was transformed into a dining hall, where an elaborate spread was served. The interior was brilliantly illuminated by electric lights, and was lavishly decorated with flags and bunting. Opposite the entrance was the word "Welcome" in golden letters. Before the immense party sat down prayer was offered by Fr. Roche. Rev. J.H. O'Neil of Rockland was also present. During the supper there was music by an orchestra, which also played for the dancing which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton left on a wedding tour, followed by the best wishes of all present. They will make their home in Sandwich.
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article BG
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article BG
    BOSTON GLOBE - QUINCY Oct, 1 - One of the notable weddings of the season took place at St. Mary's church, West Quincy, this evening, when Miss Catherine Adeline Cashman, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Cashman, became the bride of Mr John Wilfred Dalton, son of Mrs. Rose E. Dalton of Sandwich, MA. The bride is one of the best known and most popular young women of this city, and the groom is connected with the Boston Globe. The pretty church was crowded to the doors at 7:30, when the ceremony was performed. The guests were received and ushered by John Cashman, William Cashman, Daniel Reardon and Jeremiah Ford of this city. At 7:30 the strains of the "Lohengrin" wedding march announced the arrival of the bridal party. The ushers led the procession, and they were slowly followed by the groom and maid of honor, Miss Mary E. Cashman, a sister of the bride, while the bride was escorted by Representative William J. Sullivan of Boston. The bride was gowned in white muslin and her long tulle veil was fastened with bride roses, a huge bunch of which she carried in her hand. The maid of honor was dressed in white muslin and carried white chrysanthemums. As the bridal couple advanced within the sanctuary gates, the high altar became ablaze wth electric lights of many colors. Rev Ambrose T. Roche performed the ceremony. After the ceremony the couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents, on Cross st., where a reception was held from 8 till 10. The interior of the house was decorated with wild flowers, the parlor being a veritable floral bower. Many handome presents were received, and required an entire room for their display. The loft of the immense barn on the estate was transformed into a dining hall, where an elaborate spread was served. The interior was brilliantly illuminated by electric lights, and was lavishly decorated with flags and bunting. Opposite the entrance was the word "Welcome." in golden letters. Before the immense party sat down, prayer was offered by Fr Roche. Rev J.H O'Neil of Rockland was also present. During the supper there was music by an orchestra, which also played for the dancing which followed. Mr and Mrs Dalton left on a wedding tour, followed by the best wishes of all present. They will make their home in Sandwich.
    Children 
    >1. DALTON, John Wilfred III,   b. 8 Jul 1902, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jul 1971, South Yarmouth, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. DALTON, Charles Cashman,   b. 4 Mar 1907, , , Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 May 1972, Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location

  • Headstones

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    031 2013 Adeline Cashman Dalton headstone
    031 2013 Adeline Cashman Dalton headstone
    Marker for Catherine Adeline Cashman Dalton located in Dalton family plot at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Sandwich, MA. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone in context
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone in context
    The Daltons are buried at St. Patrick's Cemtery in Sandwich, which is just across the street from the Heritage Museums and Gardens. This photo shows the location of the Dalton monument in relation to the lovely old circular barn which houses the Classic Car Museum at Heritage. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 John and Adeline Dalton headstones
    031 2013 John and Adeline Dalton headstones
    This photo shows the relationship of the headstones for John Wilfred Dalton and Adeline Cashman Dalton, husband and wife. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 John Wilfred Dalton headstone
    031 2013 John Wilfred Dalton headstone
    Marker for John Wilfred Dalton located in Dalton family plot at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Sandwich, MA. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view A
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view A
    This photo shows the locations of the graves of John Wilfred Dalton, Adeline Cashman Dalton and Charles Cashman Dalton in relation to the large DALTON monument. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view B
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view B
    This photo shows the locations of the graves of Rose Duffy Dalton, John Wilfred Dalton, Adeline Cashman Dalton and Charles Cashman Dalton in relation to the large DALTON monument. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone
    Closeup of the Dalton family monument at Saint Peter Cemetery in Sandwich, MA. There are no inscriptions on the stone other than the surname DALTON, which appears on the both sides of the stone. Individual graves are marked by smaller stones like the one visible in the lower left corner of this photo. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Adeline Cashman Dalton headstone
    031 2013 Adeline Cashman Dalton headstone
    Marker for Catherine Adeline Cashman Dalton located in Dalton family plot at Saint Peter Cemetery, Sandwich, MA. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 John Wilfred Dalton headstone
    031 2013 John Wilfred Dalton headstone
    Marker for John Wilfred Dalton located in Dalton family plot at Saint Peter Cemetery, Sandwich, MA. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone in context
    031 2013 Dalton family headstone in context
    The Daltons are buried at Saint Peter Cemetery in Sandwich, which is just across the street from the Heritage Museums and Gardens. This photo shows the location of the Dalton monument in relation to the lovely old circular barn which houses the Classic Car Museum at Heritage. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 John and Adeline Dalton headstones
    031 2013 John and Adeline Dalton headstones
    This photo shows the relationship of the headstones for John Wilfred Dalton and Adeline Cashman Dalton, husband and wife. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]

    Photos

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    031 1901c Adeline Cashman headshot
    031 1901c Adeline Cashman headshot
    Detail snipped from group shot dated circa 1901.
    019 1901c Cashman family at Cedar Bluff
    019 1901c Cashman family at Cedar Bluff
    In June of 1901, Hannah M. Cashman purchased a piece of property on Hough's Neck in Quincy. This photograph may have been taken that first summer to commemerate the new acquisition. At the turn of the century, Hough's Neck was one of the premiere resorts in the United States. Old family photographs such as this one suggest that 20 Bay View Avenue, or "Cedar Bluff" as it was called, was a popular summer gathering place for the wife, children and grandchildren of John Cashman from 1901 to 1919. The structure was built in 1892 and was set high on a rise overlooking Quincy Bay. Adjacent to the house was a steep slope where the family played games and posed for pictures. A flight of steep wooden stairs led from the house to the beach. The original house from 1892 is still in existence, although it has been recently renovated. Seated on the lawn, from L to R: William J. Cashman, Hannah Cashman, Helen Cashman, Catherine Adeline Cashman, Henry A. Cashman, unknown girl, Anna Beatrice Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1901c Cashman family gatherine at Cedar Bluff
    019 1901c Cashman family gatherine at Cedar Bluff
    This photo appeared on page 4 of "Mary Reardon's Creation" a booklet published by the South Shore Art Center in 2000, to honor the life and works of artist Mary Reardon. The caption under this photo reads, "A Cashman family gathering at their summer house on the Quincy shore, about 1905." As the sign in the upper right corner indicates, this photo was taken at "Cedar Bluff," the Cashman family's summer home at 20 Bayview Avenue in Hough's Neck, Quincy. [NOTE of Donna J. Goldstein: based on the apparent age of Henry A. Cashman, it is believed that a more accurate date for this photo would be 1901-1902] Back row, L to R: Anna Beatrice Cashman, Daniel B. Reardon, Catherine Adeline Cashman, John Cashman, Helen Cashman, Mary Agnes Cashman, unknown woman. Front row, L to R: Hannah Cashman, Henry A. Cashman. The next five females are unknown. [Photo credit: Mary Reardon's Creation, page 4, collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side A
    019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side A
    Believed to be a photo of Hannah Cashman and some of her children. Clockwise from top, center: Hannah Falvey Cashman (abt), Helen Cashman (abt 15), Anna Beatrice Cashman (abt 11 - holding dog), Addie Cashman (abt 24 - striped shirt), Henry Cashman (abt 6), unknown girl. The estimated date of 1899 was selected based on the apparent ages of the children and the style of clothes worn. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side B
    019 1899c Hannahs family on porch side B
    Reverse side of photo bears a handwritten notation:" Paul - Think these are part of the clan - is that grandma? Yes - Grandma Cashman; left - ?; right - Helen; Henry and Aunt Addie - Beatrice" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1899 Adeline Cashman in classroom
    019 1899 Adeline Cashman in classroom
    Photo of teacher Adeline Cashman in a classroom. The calendar on the wall is turned to the page for June 1899. Adeline is the young woman on the right. The young woman on the left is unidentified. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman]
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view A
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view A
    This photo shows the locations of the graves of John Wilfred Dalton, Adeline Cashman Dalton and Charles Cashman Dalton in relation to the large DALTON monument. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view B
    031 2013 Dalton family plot view B
    This photo shows the locations of the graves of Rose Duffy Dalton, John Wilfred Dalton, Adeline Cashman Dalton and Charles Cashman Dalton in relation to the large DALTON monument. [Photo credit: Donna Goldstein]

    Videos
    Cross Street Presentation
    Cross Street Presentation
    This presentation uses maps, plans, photos and other historical documents to track the comings and goings of Cashmans on Cross Street in West Quincy from 1872 to 1930. It also shows what the area looks like today. It focuses primarily on the family of John Cashman & Hannah Falvey and the family of William Cashman & Mary F. Murphy.

    This presentation was developed for the Cashman Family History Luncheon that was held on September 28, 2016.

    News

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    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article PL
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman wedding article PL
    PATRIOT LEDGER - One of the prettiest church weddings of the season was solemnized at St. Mary's church, West Quincy, Tuesday evening, when Mrs. Catherine Adeline Cashman, daughter of Mr. John Cashman, and one of the most popular young ladies in that section of the city, became the bride of Mr. John Wilfred Dalton of Sandwich, Mass., a well known newspaper man. The guests were received and ushered by Mr. John Cashman, Mr. William Cashman, Mr. Daniel Reardon and Mr. Jeremiah Ford, and at 7:30, the hour of the ceremony, the church was filled.The strains of Lohengrin's wedding march annouced the arrival of the bridal party who entered the church, preceded by the ushers and moved slowly toward the altar. Following the ushers were the groom and maid of honor, Miss Mary E. Cashman, a sister of the bride. Then came the bride escorted by Representative William J. Sullivan of Boston. The bride was gowned in white muslin and her long tulle veil was fastened with bride roses, a huge bunch of which she carried in her hand. The maid of honor was dressed in white muslin and carried white chrysanthemums. As the bridal couple advanced within the sanctuary gates, the high altar became ablaze with electric lights of many colors. Rev. Ambrose T. Roche performed the ceremony. After the ceremony the couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents, on Cross Street, where a reception was held from 8 till 10. The interior of the house was decorated with wild flowers, the parlor being a veritable floral bower. Many handsome gifts were received and required an entire room for their display. The loft of the immense barn on the estaste was transformed into a dining hall, where an elaborate spread was served. The interior was brilliantly illuminated by electric lights, and was lavishly decorated with flags and bunting. Opposite the entrance was the word "Welcome" in golden letters. Before the immense party sat down prayer was offered by Fr. Roche. Rev. J.H. O'Neil of Rockland was also present. During the supper there was music by an orchestra, which also played for the dancing which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton left on a wedding tour, followed by the best wishes of all present. They will make their home in Sandwich.
    031 1957 Adeline Dalton obituary Boston Globe
    031 1957 Adeline Dalton obituary Boston Globe
    Obituary of Catherine Adeline Cashman Dalton which appeared in the Daily Boston Globe on 11 May 1957.
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman Wedding Article BG
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman wedding article BG
    BOSTON GLOBE - QUINCY Oct, 1 - One of the notable weddings of the season took place at St. Mary's church, West Quincy, this evening, when Miss Catherine Adeline Cashman, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Cashman, became the bride of Mr John Wilfred Dalton, son of Mrs. Rose E. Dalton of Sandwich, MA. The bride is one of the best known and most popular young women of this city, and the groom is connected with the Boston Globe. The pretty church was crowded to the doors at 7:30, when the ceremony was performed. The guests were received and ushered by John Cashman, William Cashman, Daniel Reardon and Jeremiah Ford of this city. At 7:30 the strains of the "Lohengrin" wedding march announced the arrival of the bridal party. The ushers led the procession, and they were slowly followed by the groom and maid of honor, Miss Mary E. Cashman, a sister of the bride, while the bride was escorted by Representative William J. Sullivan of Boston. The bride was gowned in white muslin and her long tulle veil was fastened with bride roses, a huge bunch of which she carried in her hand. The maid of honor was dressed in white muslin and carried white chrysanthemums. As the bridal couple advanced within the sanctuary gates, the high altar became ablaze wth electric lights of many colors. Rev Ambrose T. Roche performed the ceremony. After the ceremony the couple were driven to the home of the bride's parents, on Cross st., where a reception was held from 8 till 10. The interior of the house was decorated with wild flowers, the parlor being a veritable floral bower. Many handome presents were received, and required an entire room for their display. The loft of the immense barn on the estate was transformed into a dining hall, where an elaborate spread was served. The interior was brilliantly illuminated by electric lights, and was lavishly decorated with flags and bunting. Opposite the entrance was the word "Welcome." in golden letters. Before the immense party sat down, prayer was offered by Fr Roche. Rev J.H O'Neil of Rockland was also present. During the supper there was music by an orchestra, which also played for the dancing which followed. Mr and Mrs Dalton left on a wedding tour, followed by the best wishes of all present. They will make their home in Sandwich.
    031 1901 Wedding Invitations
    031 1901 Wedding Invitations
    Quincy Patriot - Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Miss Catherine Adeline Cashman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cashman of Cross street, and Mr. John W. Dalton of Sandwich, a member of the reportorial staff of the Boston Globe. The ceremony will take place at St. Mary's church, Oct 1. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1900-Dec 1902; 28 Sep 1901; page 2]
    031 1894 Addie visits Scituate
    031 1894 Addie visits Scituate
    Miss Addie Cashman is visiting at Scituate. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm; reel: Jan 1894-Dec 1896; 25 Aug 1894, page 2; "West Quincy"]
    019 1876 Katie A Cashman birth announcement QP
    019 1876 Katie A Cashman birth announcement QP
    FEBRUARY 6, Katie A., duaghter to John and Hannah Cashman. [Source credit: Quincy Patriot on microfilm, reel: Jan 1876-Dec 1878; date: 12 Feb 1876; page: 1]
    031 1957 Adeline Dalton obituary Cape Cod Times
    031 1957 Adeline Dalton obituary Cape Cod Times
    This obituary appeared on page 7 of the Cape Cod Times on May 10, 1957.

    Vital Records

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    019 1875 Katie Adeline Cashman birth register
    019 1875 Katie Adeline Cashman birth register
    BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Quincy for the Year 1875 -- No. 15, 3 Feb 1875, Katie Adeline Cashman, female, born in Quincy to John and Hannah Falvey of Quincy. Father is a Seamster born in Hanover. Mother was born in Rockport. Recorded on [blank].
    031 1902 John Dalton birth register
    031 1902 John Dalton birth register
    031 1907 Charles Cashman Dalton birth register
    031 1907 Charles Cashman Dalton birth register
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman marriage register
    031 1901 Dalton Cashman marriage register
    MARRIAGES REGISTERED in the Town of Sandwich for the Year 1901 No. 7, John W. Dalton and Catherine A. Cashman married in Quincy on 1 Oct 1901. It was the first marriage for both. At the time of the marriage the groom resided in Sandwich, was 34 years old, a reporter and listed his birthplace as Sandwich. He gave his parents names as John W. Dalton and Rose E. Duffy. The bride resided in Quincy, was 26 years old, at home and listed her birthplace as Quincy. She gave her parents names as John Cashman and Hannah M. Falvey. The couple was joined in marriage by Ambrose Francis Roche, priest, Quincy, MA. Recorded on 31 Dec 1901. John A. Holway, Clerk.
    019 1875 Catherine Cashman baptism St John Quincy
    019 1875 Catherine Cashman baptism St John Quincy
    Catharine Cashman; baptized 7 Feb 1875; born 6 Feb 1875 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman of W. Quincy and Anna Falvey of the same place; godparents Patrick McKey and Catherine Cashman; priest Francis A. Friguglietti
    019 1877 Catherine Cashman baptism certificate
    019 1877 Catherine Cashman baptism certificate
    Catherine Cashman of W. Quincy; baptized 18 Nov 1877; born 28 Oct 1877 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman of W. Quincy and Hannah Falvey; godparents Dennis Cashman and Ellen Cashman; priest Jno T. Formley
    031 2013 Adeline C Dalton Sandwich Grave Index card
    031 2013 Adeline C Dalton Sandwich Grave Index card
    Adeline Cashman Dalton card from the Grave Index file at the Sandwich Town Archives and Historical Center.

  • Sources 
    1. [S18] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - The Golden Rod, Quincy High School, (Location: Quincy, MA;), Vol. 6., No. 5, February 1897. PERSONALS. (Reliability: 3).
      A list of Quincy Teachers who are graduates of the Quincy High School.  GRIDLEY BRYANT SCHOOL.  Addie Cashman, '93

    2. [S4] 1900 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.), Year: 1900; Census Place: Quincy Ward 4, Norfolk, Massachus etts; Roll: T623_671; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 1066. (Reliability: 3).
      Catherine Adeline Cashman, Birth date:  Feb 1875  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1900  Residence place:  Quincy City, Norfolk, Massachusetts

    3. [S66] 1910 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.), Year: 1910; Census Place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachuset ts; Roll: ; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 17; Line: 38. (Reliability: 3).
      Catherine Adeline Cashman, Birth date:  1877  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1910  Residence place:  Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts

    4. [S83] 1920 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.), Year: 1920; Census Place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachuset ts; Roll: T625_679; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 19; Ima ge: . (Reliability: 3).
      Catherine Adeline Cashman, Birth date:  abt 1876  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1920  Residence place:  Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts
      Year: 1920; Census Place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_679; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: .

    5. [S14] 1940 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.), Year: 1940; Census Place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachuset ts; Roll: T627_1566; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 1-49. (Reliability: 3).
      Catherine Adeline Cashman, Birth date:  abt 1876  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1 Apr 1940  Residence place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
      Year: 1940; Census Place: Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts; Roll: T627_1566; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 1-49.

    6. [S125] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - St. John the Baptist Baptisms, 1872 to 1879, (Name: St. John the Baptist; Location: Quincy;), page 91 (Reliability: 3).
      Catharine Cashman; baptised 7 Feb 1875; born 6 Feb 1875 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman of W. Quincy and Anna Falvey of the same place; godparents Patrick McKey and Catherine Cashman; priest Francis A. Friguglietti
      Catharine Cashman; baptized 7 Feb 1875; born 6 Feb 1875 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman of W. Quincy and Anna Falvey of the same place; godparents Patrick McKey and Catherine Cashman; priest Francis A. Friguglietti

    7. [S195] Massachusetts, Suffolk Co., Boston - Daily Boston Globe on ProQuest, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, May 11, 1957; pg. 14 (Reliability: 3).
      Mrs. Adeline Dalton - SANDWICH, May 10 - Mrs Adeline (Cashman) Dalton, 82, mother of Charles C. Dalton, clerk of the Barnstable District Court, died today at Sandwich Nursing Home. She made her home with her son on Tupper road. She was the widow of John W. Dalton, for many years a member of the Boston Globe editorial staff and author of a book entitled "Life Savers of Cape Cod." Native of Quincy, Mrs. Dalton was graduated from Quincy Normal School and had been a teacher in Sandwich public schools for many years. She was a trustee of Weston Memorial Library. She also leaves another son, John W. Jr. and a grandson, John W. 3d, both of Somerville; a brother, William J. Cashman of Atlantic, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry C. Hamel of Biddeford, Me., and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien of East Milton. A solemn high mass will be sung Monday at 10 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetry.

    8. [S72] Massachusetts, Barnstable Co., Hyannis - Cape Cod Times, (Hyannis, MA), May 10, 1957, page 7 (Reliability: 3).
      Mrs. Adeline Dalton --- SANDWICH, May 10 - Mrs. Adeline (Cashman) Dalton, 82, died this morning in a Sandwich rest home. She had been making her home with her son, Charles C. Dalton, on Tupper Road. - Mrs. Dalton was born in Quincy, daughter of John and Hannah (Falbey)[sic], Cashman. She was married to John W. Dalton of Sandwich, who died in 1920. - She was a graduate of Quincy Normal School and taught in Sandwich public schools for some 15 years. For a number of years she was a trustee of the Weston Memorial library and also was a member of the Catholic Order of foresters, in which she served as treasurer for several years. She was a communicant of Corpus Christi Church. - Surviving besides her son, Charles, are another son, John W. Jr. and a grandson, John W. 3d, both of Somerville; a brother, William J. Cashman of Atlantic, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry C. Hamel of Biddeford, Me., and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien of East Milton. - A Solemn High Mass of Requiem wall[sic] be sung at Corpus Christi church here at 10 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in the family lot in St. Peter's Cemetery.
      This obituary appeared on page 7 of the Cape Cod Times on May 10, 1957.

    9. [S18] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - The Golden Rod, Quincy High School, (Location: Quincy, MA;), Vol. 3., No. 1, September 1893. PERSONALS. Class of '93 (Reliability: 3).
      Adeline Cashman - Quincy training class.

    10. [S181] Massachusetts, Barnstable Co., Sandwich - Sandwich Town Archives Grave Index, Sandwich Town Archives, index card for Dalton, Adeline (Cashman). (Reliability: 3).
      DoD: 1957 May 10
      DoB: 1875 Feb 6
      Age at Death: 82 - 3 - 4
      Location of marker: "GRAVE LOCATIONS 1957"
      W. of John W. Dalton - Dau. of John & Hannah M. (Falvey) Cashman
      Sandwich Cemetery = St. Peter's
      Adeline Cashman Dalton card from the Grave Index file at the Sandwich Town Archives and Historical Center.

    11. [S87] 1880 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.), Database online. Year: 1880; Census Place: Quincy, Norfolk , Massachusetts; Roll: 549; Family History Film: 1254549; P age: 133C; Enumeration District: 525; Image: 0077; John Cas hman household. (Reliability: 3).
      Record for John Cashman
      Database online. Year: 1880; Census Place: Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: 549; Family History Film: 1254549; Page: 133C; Enumeration District: 525; Image: 0077; lines 1-8; dwelling 109; family 135; John Cashman household

    12. [S340] Dalton, Dr. John Wilfred III, firsthand knowledge, from interview with Donna Goldstein on Saturday, May 17, 2014 (Reliability: 3).

    13. [S20] Massachusetts, Barnstable Co., Hyannis - Barnstable Patriot (online archive), (Online images at http://apa.olivesoftware.com/Default/Skins/Sturgis/Client.asp?Skin=Stu rgis&AppName=2.), "Death of John W. Dalton of Sandwich," Monday, 31 May 1920 , p. 1 (Reliability: 3).
      The people of this town were much shocked to learn of the sudden death of John Wilfred Dalton in the Carney hospital, South Boston, early Monday morning. An operation for appendicitis was performed on Mr. Dalton a week ago, and at first he seemed to be making a fine recovery. By Wednesday, howerver, he showed alarming symptoms.    He was born in Sandwich April 25, 1867. He was in high school when his father died, and he was obliged to leave school and to take up the grocery business.    Oct. 1, 1901, he married Miss Adeline Cashman of West Quincy, and took her to Sandwich tolive. They have two sons, John W., Jr., who is 17, and Charles C., 12.  In addition, he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Robert T. Brady, wife of the political editor of the Post, and Miss Rose Dalton, a school teacher in New Bedford.