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CASHMAN, Denis

CASHMAN, Denis[1, 2, 3]

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  • Born  Abt 1790  , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name  Dennis Cashman 
    007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
    007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
    The Valuation and tithe composition of Donoghmore Parish Diocese of Cloyne, Revd. Thomas Kenny, Rector, Revd. William R. Townsend and WIlliam Crooke, Commissioners; Amount of composition 1100.0.0 pounds per Annum commencing Nov. the first, 1826
    007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
    007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
    Pluckanes, Thos. G. French, Esq.; No. 406  John and Denis Cashman; 56 acres, 2 roods, 0 perches; Rate per Acre: 10 p; Amt of value: 28 pounds, 5 shillings, 0 pence
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    • BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH of DENIS CASHMAN:

      Denis Cashman was most likely born in the late 1700's. He married Johanna Herlighy before 1817. They had at least eight children together, seven of which have baptismal records in the Register of Donaghmore Parish, Cork, Ireland. Those seven children were John born 5 January 1817 (sponsors Cornelius Herlighy and Julia McCarthy), Denis born 1 March 1821 (sponsors Cornelius Hanigan and Mary Reardon), Mary born 4 April 1823 (sponsors Michael Herlighy and Julia Shea), Cornelius born 20 April 1828 (sponsors John Cashman and Johanna Kellher), Timothy Cashman born 23 November 1830 (sponsors Johanna Connor and John Connor) died 6 July 1857 in South Scituate MA, and John Cashman b. 30 August 1833 (sponsors John Cashman and Mary Cashman). A baptismal record for their son James Cashman has not been found but James's naturalization records state he was born in North Pluckanes, Donaghmore, Cork, Ireland on 2 Feb 1820 and his death record states his parents as Denis Cashman and Hannah. The Tithe Applotment Book for Donaghmore Parish in the Diocese of Cloyne, lists John and Denis Cashman renting 56.5 acres in Pluckanes townland from a Thomas G. French Esquire in 1826. It is not known when or where Johanna and Denis died.

      The Strong Farmer

      According to one definition, a "strong farmer" was a tenant who leased 30 acres or more from the landlord. By that definition, Denis Cashman would have been considered a "strong farmer" even if he shared the lease with John Cashman.

      "Paintings of prosperous farmhouses, occupied by so-called strong farmers, were created by artists like John George Mulvany and Tom Semple in the 1830s and by Aloysius O'Kelly and Margaret Allen in the decades after mid-century. These images depict homes of tenants who may have occupied substantial rental holdings. We see evidence of multi-roomed and two-storied dwellings, plentiful food, paved (non-earthen) floors, carefully crafted furnishings, ample utensils and crockery, and of costly items such as glass windows, mirrors, or wax candlesticks. Such details counter widespread misperceptions that all Irish tenants lived in poverty. Yet the Irish images depicting comfortable tenant farmers convey little sense of the abundance, even opulence, apparent in many seventeenth-century Dutch genre paintings that influenced nineteenth-century artists. Operating within a land system denying security of tenure, even prosperous Irish farmers might have been wary of improving the appearance of their households for fear of rent increases and subsequent threats of eviction." [Source credit: http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/artmuseum/exhibitions/archive/rural-ireland/popup2.html] [4]
    • (Research):(a) The perambulation book in the Land Valuation Office shows Denis Cashman among the evicted tentants of Donoughmore. In 1850, one Denis Cashman held a house on Lackenshoneen in Carrigrohane Beg (Catholic Inniscarra parish). Searches in the Valuation office cancellation books showed Denis as the listed occupier until 1897 when he was replaced by one, William Flynn. This makes it unlikely that he was Denis, father of James (b. 1819), but he may have been James's brother, Denis (b. 1821). James' father Denis would have been 96-106 years old by 1896. James' brother, Denis, would have been 76 in 1896. -- Eileen O'Byrne, B.A., B.L., A.P.G.L., 29 Oct 2001

      (b) The Lackenshoneen record states that Denis lived in a house leased from Benjamin Cross on land leased by Benjamin Cross from Philip Cross.

      (c) Some unsourced reports list another child, Jeremiah (Darby), but no records have been found to support the existence of this person. - Donna J. Goldstein, 18 Mar 2014

      (d) I went to an exhibit called "Rural Ireland" at the McMullen Museum at Boston College. Among the many things that interested me was a reference to "strong farmers" -- a term I hadn't come across before but have since researched. As usual, there are varying definitions. One source says that a "strong farmer" was one who leased 30 acres or more. In that case, even if Denis and John Cashman were co-tenants, Denis would probably have been considered a "strong farmer." Another thing that struck me was a painting of a "strong farmer" sitting on a bench outside his landlord's office waiting to pay the rent -- someone who must have been very like Denis. This painting shows every detail of the man's clothing: vest, trousers, boots, etc. -- Sarah Evans, April 2012

      (e) One of Jay's AncestryDNA matches, epsullivan, contacted JayCashman with a link to a possible baptismal record for James c. 1819. They theorize that Denis had a brother named John who was married to Margaret Connor and had a daughter named Johanna. In support of the theory, a Denis Cashman and a Johannah Herlihy were, separately, sponsors at the baptisms of two of John and Margaret's children. Ancestry user epsullivan is calculated by DNA analysis as a possible 5th to 8th cousin.
    • (Medical):Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 72 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson, John Cashman, in 1887. (NOTE: John listed the same age of death for all 4 grandparents)

      Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 75 on an insurance application filled out by his grandson, William Cashman, in 1891.

      Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 70 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Julia Cashman Riordan, in 1895.

      Denis Cashman was listed as having died at age 55 on an insurance application filled out by his granddaughter, Catherine Cashman McIntyre, in 1898. [5, 6, 7, 8]

    Spouse  HERLIHY, Johanna, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. CASHMAN, John,   b. Abt 1817, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
    >2. CASHMAN, James,   b. 2 Feb 1820, Pluckanes North, Donoughmore, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Sep 1879, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. CASHMAN, Denis,   b. Abt 1821, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. CASHMAN, Mary,   b. Abt 1823, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. CASHMAN, Cornelius,   b. Abt 1828, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. CASHMAN, Timothy,   b. Abt 1830, Pluckanes North, Donoughmore, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jul 1857, Norwell, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. CASHMAN, John,   b. Abt 1833, , , , Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location

  • Histories
    007 2012 Everyday Life of Denis Cashman and Family
    007 2012 Everyday Life of Denis Cashman and Family
    A look at what life in Ireland might have been like for the family of Denis Cashman and Joanna Herlighy. - S. Evans

    Photos

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    007 1800s Rural Ireland Interior 2
    007 1800s Rural Ireland Interior 2
    This painting from the early 1800s shows what Denis and Johanna's rural Irish kitchen may have looked like. [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page ]
    007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
    007 1848 Rural Ireland Interior 1
    This wedding dance scene, painted circa 1848, shows how the rural Irish would have dressed and celebrated around the time that James and Catherine were wed. [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 148]
    007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
    007 1875 Rural Ireland Interior 3
    Even the poorest homes in rural Ireland had aesthetic value for those who lived in them. This painting from 1875 shows how people too poor to afford a dresser might stand their few plates on edge on wall shelves for decorative effect. If Denis was not a "strong farmer" perhaps the interior of his home looked more like this.  [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page ]
    007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
    007 1880 Portrait of a Strong Farmer
    This painting from 1880 depicts a "strong farmer" sitting on a bench outside his landlord's office waiting to pay the rent. While there are varying definitions, one source says that a "strong farmer" was one who leased 30 acres or more. In that case, even if Denis and John Cashman were co-tenants, Denis would probably have been considered a "strong farmer." - Sarah Evans [Photo credit: "Rural Ireland - The Inside Story," edited by Vera Kreilkamp, published by the Boston College McMullen Museum of Art, 2012, page 154]

    Census

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    007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
    007 1826 Denis Cashman Tithe Applotment p2
    Pluckanes, Thos. G. French, Esq.; No. 406  John and Denis Cashman; 56 acres, 2 roods, 0 perches; Rate per Acre: 10 p; Amt of value: 28 pounds, 5 shillings, 0 pence
    007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
    007 1826 Denis CashmanTithe Applotment p1
    The Valuation and tithe composition of Donoghmore Parish Diocese of Cloyne, Revd. Thomas Kenny, Rector, Revd. William R. Townsend and WIlliam Crooke, Commissioners; Amount of composition 1100.0.0 pounds per Annum commencing Nov. the first, 1826
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 L
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 L
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 R
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book p154 194 R
    007 unkn Denis Cashman in Bunkilla housebook
    007 unkn Denis Cashman in Bunkilla housebook
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book abstract
    007 1850 Bunkilla Perambulation Book abstract

    Land Records
    007 unkn Denis Cashman description of lots
    007 unkn Denis Cashman description of lots

    Maps
    006 2012 Event Locations for Dennis and James
    006 2012 Event Locations for Dennis and James
    This map highlights the locations of various events in the lives of Dennis and James Cashman. Placenames circled in red indicate  places where documented events occured. From top to bottom: *   Pluckanes North - 1820 birthplace of James Cashman, 1826 residence of Denis Cashman   *   Bunkilla - 1849 residence of Denis Cashman   * Lisladeen - residence of James Cashman, Cloghroe - location of church where James Cashman's first three children were baptized   * Coachford - location of church where James Cashman was married   * Lackenshoneen - possible 1852 residence of Denis Cashman.
    007 unkn Bunkilla Donaghmore Cork IRL
    007 unkn Bunkilla Donaghmore Cork IRL

    Vital Records

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    007 1817 John Cashman baptism record
    007 1817 John Cashman baptism record
    Name: John Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-May-1817; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Herlihy; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Julia McCarthy
    007 1821 Denis Cashman baptism record
    007 1821 Denis Cashman baptism record
    Name: Denis Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-Mar-1821; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlehy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Hanigan; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Mary Reardan; Notes: date is illegible
    007 1823 Mary Cashman baptism record
    007 1823 Mary Cashman baptism record
    Name: Mary Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 04-Apr-1823; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Female; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Hirlehy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Michael Herlihy; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Julia Shea
    007 1828 Cornelius Cashman baptism record
    007 1828 Cornelius Cashman baptism record
    Name: Cornelius Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 20-Apr-1828; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Johanna Keliher
    007 1833 John Cashman baptism record
    007 1833 John Cashman baptism record
    Name: John Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 30-Aug-1833; Address:Placanes; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Hearlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Mary Cashman

  • Sources 
    1. [S313] Ireland - Church Baptism Records on RootsIreland, RootsIreland, Denis Cashman, Donoughmore, Co. Cork (Reliability: 3).
      Name: Denis Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-Mar-1821; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlehy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Hanigan; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Mary Reardan; Notes: date is illegible
      Name: Denis Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-Mar-1821; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlehy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Hanigan; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Mary Reardan; Notes: date is illegible

    2. [S313] Ireland - Church Baptism Records on RootsIreland, RootsIreland, John Cashman, Donoughmore, Co. Cork (Reliability: 3).
      Name: John Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-May-1817; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Herlihy; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Julia McCarthy
      Name: John Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 01-May-1817; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: Cornelius Herlihy; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Julia McCarthy

    3. [S313] Ireland - Church Baptism Records on RootsIreland, RootsIreland, Cornelius Cashman, Donoughmore, Co. Cork (Reliability: 3).
      Name: Cornelius Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 20-Apr-1828; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Johanna Keliher
      Name: Cornelius Cashman; Date of Baptism/Birth: 20-Apr-1828; Address: ; Parish/District: DONOUGHMORE; Gender: Male; County: Co. Cork; Denomination: Roman Catholic; Father: Denis Cashman; Mother: Johanna Herlihy; Occupation: ; Sponsor 1/Informant 1: John Cashman; Sponsor 2/Informant 2: Johanna Keliher

    4. [S315] Ireland - Rural Ireland, The Inside Story web site, McMullen Museum, Boston College, (http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/artmuseum/exhibitions/archive/rural-ireland/), http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/artmuseum/exhibitions/archive/rural-ireland/popup2.html : accessed 19 Mar 2014 (Reliability: 3).
      Ways of Living
      The Strong Farmer

      Paintings of prosperous farmhouses, occupied by so-called strong farmers, were created by artists like John George Mulvany and Tom Semple in the 1830s and by Aloysius O'Kelly and Margaret Allen in the decades after mid-century. These images depict homes of tenants who may have occupied substantial rental holdings. We see evidence of multi-roomed and two-storied dwellings, plentiful food, paved (non-earthen) floors, carefully crafted furnishings, ample utensils and crockery, and of costly items such as glass windows, mirrors, or wax candlesticks. Such details counter widespread misperceptions that all Irish tenants lived in poverty. Yet the Irish images depicting comfortable tenant farmers convey little sense of the abundance, even opulence, apparent in many seventeenth-century Dutch genre paintings that influenced nineteenth-century artists. Operating within a land system denying security of tenure, even prosperous Irish farmers might have been wary of improving the appearance of their households for fear of rent increases and subsequent threats of eviction.

    5. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 8164 Court 25 (Reliability: 2).
      //Application//Date: Nov. 24, 1897; William Cashman, age 31, occupation: stone cutter, Roman Catholic, born Hanover, Plymouth Co., Mass. on 14 November 1859, lives at Cross St, W. Quincy. Married on Jan 25, 1891, wife is living. Occupation: stone cutting. Has never been engaged in manufacture of beer, wine or liquors. Father died on Sept 28, 1879 in Hanover at age 59 of an abcess. Mother is now age 70 and in good health. Has four living brothers of good health ages 42, 40, 36, and 24. Has four living sisters of good health ages 46, 44, 38, 29. One sister died at age 5 on Mar 4, 1863 of Croup. Paternal grandfather died at age 75. Paternal grandmother died at age 95. Maternal grandfather died at age 105. Maternal grandmother died at age 90. No parent or sibling has died of, or been afflicted with Consumption, Scrofula, Insanity, Gout, Cancer or any pulmonary complaing or hereditary disease. Was age 20 when father died. Name and residence of intimate friend: John Cashman Cross St. Now and always of temperate habits. Usually and now in good health and able to gain a livelihood. No serious illnesses, malformations or injuries. Vaccinated in 1866. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician, Dr. Fuller, for sore eyes in 1884. Beneficiary listed as Mary F. Cashman, wife, of Cross St, W. Quincy. Received $1 as initiation fee.//Medical Examination//Applicant looks his proper age. Applicant's occupation is healthful. Physical Characteristics: 150 lbs, 5 feet 8 inches, abdomen 30 inches, robust general appearance. Use of ardent spirits is very seldom (beer).  Catergorized by physian as a "first class risk".

    6. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 4958 Court 25 (Reliability: 3).
      //Application//Reg. No. 4958 Court 25; Date: Sep. 27, 1887; John Cashman, age 39, occupation: contractor, Roman Catholic, born Ireland on 23 June 1848, lives at West Quincy. Married on 12 April 1874, wife is living. Occupation: General Contractor. Has never been engaged in manufacture of beer, wine or liquors. Father died at age 59 of Cancer. Mother is now age 65 and in good health. Has four living brothers of good health ages 37, 32, 28 and 22. Has four living sisters of good health ages 43, 41, 34, and 25. One sister died at age 3 of Croup. Paternal grandfather died about age 72. Paternal grandmother died about age 72. Maternal grandfather died about age 72. Maternal grandmother died about age 72. Father died of cancer but no other parent or sibling has died of, or been afflicted with Consumption, Scrofula, Insanity, Gout, Cancer or any pulmonary complaing or hereditary disease. Also insured by Etna of Hartford. Name of intimate friend: John C. Pendis. Now and always of temperate habits. Usually and now in good health and able to gain a livelihood. No serious illnesses, malformations or injuries. Vaccinated in 1857. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician for pneumonia in 1881. Beneficiary listed as Hanora M. Cashman, wife, of Cross St, W. Quincy. Received $1 as initiation fee. //Medical Examination//Applicant looks his proper age. Applicant's occupation is healthful. Physical Characteristics: 195 lbs, 5 feet 11 inches, abdomen 34 inches, "exceedingly vigourous" general appearance. Use of ardent spirits is none whatever.  Catergorized by physian as a "first class risk". Doctor's remarks on father's cancer: The "cancer" spoken of appears to me, from description, to have been a swelling of the lymphatic glands of the axilla. Adenoma perhaps. I have given it but little weight. This man is very strongly made is in perfect health is of excellent habits and is what seems to me a very good risk. The pneumonia was fib?? and passed through resolution with no ??? of any sort.  Examined by J. M. Sheahan, M.D.

    7. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 12111 Court 115 (Reliability: 3).
      //Application// Reg. No. 12111 Court 115; Date: Mar. 18, 1895; Mrs. Julia Riordan, age 46, of Liberty Square, Rockland, Roman Catholic, born County Cork, Ireland on 2 April 1848. Married in Abington in 1865. Husband living. Occupation: housework. Father died in Hanover in 1879 at age 60 of Cancer. Mother died in Rockland in 1892 at age 73 of paralysis. Has four living brothers of good health ages 43, 38, 36, and 28. One brother died in Jan 1894 of pneumonia at age 37. Has three living sisters of good health ages 50, 40, and 33. One sister died in 1865 at age 7 of Membranous Croup. Julia was 30 years old when her father died and 42 years old when her mother died. She resembles both her parents. Paternal grandfather died at age 70. Paternal grandmother died at age 88. Maternal grandfather died about at age 104. Maternal grandmother died at age 98. One intimate friend is Mrs. L. Donovan of Rockland. Now and always of temperate habits. Vaccinated as a child. No serious illnesses, malformations or injuries. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician for a cold in 1893. Beneficiary: to be invested for daughter Alice C. Riordan's education. On 27 Oct 1904, beneficiary was changed to daughter Katherine F. Riordan.//Medical Examination// Physical Characteristics: She was 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighed 170 lbs. General appearance: Good. Confined 3 times, last time in 1884, two miscarriages. Catergorized by physian as a "first class risk". Examined by J. D. McIntosh, M.D.

    8. [S330] Massachusetts - Foresters Application and Medical Examination, Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters, (Irish Ancestral Research Association, Boston, Massachusetts.), Reg. No. 17028 Court 148 (Reliability: 3).
      //Application// Reg. No. 17028 Court 148; Date: Jan. 2, 1897[sic]; Catherine A. McIntyre, age 43, of 432 Crescent St, Brockton, Mass, Roman Catholic, born Norwell, Mass on Apr 20, 1854. Married in Abington in 1881. Husband John F. McIntyre is living. Occupation: housewife. Father died in Hanover Mass in 1879 at age 59 of Cancer. Mother died in Rockland, Mass in 1892 at age 68 of paralysis. Has four living brothers of good health ages 47, 45, 37 and 31. One brother died in 1892 of pneumonia at age 38. Has three living sisters of good health ages 52, 50 and 35. One sister died in 1865 at age 7 of Membranous Croup. Catherine was 25 years old when her father died and 38 years old when her mother died. She resembles both parents. Paternal grandfather died at age 55. Paternal grandmother died at age 80. Maternal grandfather died about at age 101. Maternal grandmother died at age 95. One intimate friend is Mrs. D. M. Ryan of 454 Crescent St. Now and always of temperate habits. Maiden name: Catherine A. Cashman. Vaccinated in 1864. Suffers from varicose veins. No past surgeries. Last consulted a physician for a miscarriage in 1896. Beneficiaries are John F. McIntyre, son, of 432 Crescent St; Catherine M. McIntyre, daughter, of 432 Crescent St; and Helen C. McIntyre, daughter of 432 Crescent St. //Medical Examination//She was 5 feet 5-1/2 inches tall, weighed 120 lbs. General appearance: Very Healthy. Was very ill in 1896 with miscarriage. Varicose vein is not worth reporting. Confined 5 times, last time in January 1891, one miscarriage in 1896. Catergorized by physician as a "good risk". Examined by Laura A. C. Hughes, M.D.