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LONG, Catherine

LONG, Catherine[1, 2]

Female 1820 - 1892

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  • Born  1820 
    Christened  1 Oct 1820  , Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Sponsors were John Ryce and Mary Long.
    Died  12 Apr 1892  Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4
    Cause: paralysis at age 73 
    006 1892 Catherine Long Death Register
    006 1892 Catherine Long Death Register
    DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Rockland for the Year 1892 – No. 39, 12 Apr 1892, Catherine Cashman (Long) of Quincy, female, widow of James Cashman, died in Quincy at age 68 years 5 months from paralysis. Place of burial is Rockland. She was born in Ireland and her occupation was homemaker. Her parents, Dennis Long and Julia McNamara, were both born in Ireland.
    Buried  Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Address:
    125 Central Street
    Rockland, MA
    USA
    617.878.0900 
    Notes 
    • (Medical):At age 70, Catherine was still in good health. [5]

    Father  LONG, John 
    Mother  MCNAMARA, Julia 

    Spouse  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 
    Married  3 Sep 1844  , Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
    006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
    [1844 Marriage Certificate of James Cashman & Kate Long]:  Parish of Aghabullogue Diocese of Cloyne, Co. Cork  EXTRACT FROM THE MARRIAGE REGISTER  James Cashman and Kate Long were married in the Church of Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland according to the Rite of the Catholic Church, on the 3rd day of September, 1844. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. O'Mahony [Rev. Denis Mahony]
    Children 
    >1. CASHMAN, Joanna "Hannah",   b. 3 Jul 1845, , Inishcarra, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1930, , , Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >2. CASHMAN, Julia,   b. 2 Apr 1847, , Inishcarra, Co. Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Oct 1923, Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >3. 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
     4. CASHMAN, Dennis J.,   b. 15 Oct 1851, Norwell, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 May 1922, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >5. CASHMAN, Catherine A.,   b. 20 Apr 1854, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1920, Brockton, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. CASHMAN, James Timothy,   b. 14 May 1856, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jan 1894, Branford, New Haven, Connecticut, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. CASHMAN, Mary Priscilla,   b. 2 Apr 1858, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jan 1865, , , Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >8. CASHMAN, William,   b. 4 Nov 1859, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Apr 1918, Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >9. CASHMAN, Ellen Caroline "Nellie",   b. 9 Apr 1862, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Oct 1946, Rockland, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    >10. CASHMAN, Luke J.,   b. 5 Jul 1866, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1 Jun 1905

  • Documents
    091 1920 Catherine Cashman McIntyre Forester packet
    091 1897 Forester Packet Catherine McIntyre
    Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters Mortuary Record

    Headstones
    006 2011 Cashman Family headstone
    006 2011 Cashman Family headstone
    Saint Patrick Cemetery - Rockland, MA

    Photos

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    006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
    006 1858c Catherine Long headshot
    Detail clipped from tintype portrait of Cashman Family taken circa 1858. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view D
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view D
    View from the Cloghroe Church looking north toward R579.    [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society ]
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view A
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view A
    This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne. A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school.  This section of the building was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so). In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster.  [Photo credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society]
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view C
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view C
    This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne.        A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school. The leftmost part of the building (with the Cloghroe sign) was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so).  The section on the right (with the Centre sign) was the girls' school.       Internally, both buildings were divided width-ways by a glass and timber partition thereby creating two rooms in each building. This was to seperate the junior and senior classes. The center section (with the Commercial sign) was an empty space which was built over in later years. The high building in the background was the headmaster's house.       Some years later, a new school was built and this building became a furniture factory.       In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster. [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society ]
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view E
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view E
    View from Cloghroe Church looking north toward the stone bridge over the Sheep River.    The name of the river running under the bridge is the Sheep River.    < Latitude: 51.918345497  Longitude: -8.629395962 >    [Photo credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society]
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view B
    006 2012 Cloghroe Church view B
    This is a present day photograph of the building where James and Catherine Cashman took their children, Johanna, Julia and John, to be baptized by Rev. John Cahill in 1845, 1847 and 1849, respectively. The Cloghroe Church was located in the Parish of Inniscarra in the Diocese of Cloyne. A new church building was built in 1860-61 and this old building was converted to a school. The leftmost part of the building (with the 'Cloghroe' sign) was the boys junior and senior classes (up to ages about 13 or so). The section on the right (with the 'Centre' sign) was the girls' school. Internally, both buildings were divided width-ways by a glass and timber partition thereby creating two rooms in each building. This was to seperate the junior and senior classes. The center section (with the 'Commercial' sign) was an empty space which was built over in later years. The high building in the background was the headmaster's house. Some years later, a new school was built and this building became a furniture factory. In 2012, this building exists as the Cloghroe Commercial Centre, a small industrial unit. The interior walls are the original stone work but the outer one hase been covered with plaster.      [ Photo Credit: Brian Gabriel, Chairmain, Blarney and District Historical Society]
    006 1858c Cashman family portrait
    006 1858c Cashman family portrait
    This is a tintype copy of an older ambrotype taken circa 1858. It is believed to be an image of James Cashman, his wife, Catherine Long, and their first seven children. This image was sent to Maureen Taylor, a nationally-known photo historian, for analysis and she said that it looks like it was taken in the 1858-1860 time frame because of the very wide collars that everyone is wearing and the style of the clothing of the women and children. In 1858, James Cashman and Catherine Long had seven children:  Joanna, Julia, John, Dennis, Catherine, James Timothy and Mary Priscilla. Three more children would be born later: William in 1859, Ellen in 1862, and Luke J. in 1866.
    From left to right, the children in the photo would be...John Cashman (approx. 9 yrs old), Johanna Cashman (approx. 13 yrs old), James Timothy Cashman (approx. 2 yrs old), baby, Mary Priscilla Cashman (approx. 8 mos old), Dennis J. Cashman (approx. 7 yrs old), Catherine Cashman (approx. 4 yrs old), and Julia Cashman (approx. 11 yrs old). In the center of the photo there are three adults. The imposing man with the suit and tie could only be James Cashman. The woman to the right of center must be his wife Catherine Long. Due to the striking resemblance of the two adult women, Maureen Taylor was of the opinion that they were closely related, probably mother and daughter, as they have the same face shape, eyes, nose and mouth.

    It was common during this time period to pose a family matriarch in the center of the photo, a place of honor. It is possible that Catherine’s mother, Julia Long, may have come for a visit and gone back to Ireland at a later date. According to Maureen, this was not unheard of in the mid-1850s, but definitely a big enough deal that you might want to have a photo taken to commemorate the occasion.
    It is believed that the three adults in the center of the photo are James Cashman - family patriarch (age 38), Julia McNamara Long (Catherine's visiting mother), Catherine Long Cashman (age 34).

    [Photo credit: Martha Reardon Bewick]
    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]

    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.

    Business
    006 1884 Hanover annual Report
    006 1884 Hanover annual Report
    [1884 Hanover Annual Report]: The Town of Hanover paid Catherine Cashman $31.33 for repairs on highways and $20.67 for new roads on Spring Street. Charles Smith paid Catherine Cashman $36.00 for rent of house. The Town of Hanover paid Luke Cashman $1.50 for shoveling snow.
    006 1887 Hanover Annual Report
    006 1887 Hanover Annual Report
    [1887 Hanover Annual Report for Year Ending Dec 31]: The Town of Hanover paid Catherine Cashman $28.30, James T. Cashman $2.00, and Luke J. Cashman $32.00 for labor and gravel on highways. The Town of Hanover paid James T. Cashman $1.00 and Luke J. Cashman $1.00 for clearing streets of snow. J.T. Hammond and Family paid Catherine Cashman $24.00 for house rent. Charles Smith paid Catherine Cashman $48.00 for house rent in 1887.

    Census

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    006 1850 US Census James Cashman household
    006 1850 US Census James Cashman household
    [1850 US Census MA - Hanover - James Cashman household]:   In the 1850 U.S. Census, the James Cashman family resided in Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The James Cashman household included:  * James Cashman -- 30, male, laborer, value of real estate owned [blank], born Ireland, able to read & write  *   Catherine Cashman -- 30, female, born Ireland, able to read & write  *   Julia Cashman -- 5, female, born Ireland  *   John Cashman -- 2, male, born in Ireland   Year: 1850; Census Place: Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts; Roll: M432_332; Page: 104A; Image: 211. Dwelling #50 ; Family #60; lines 21-24
    006 1855 MA Census James Cashman household
    006 1855 MA Census James Cashman household
    [1855 MA State Census - South Scituate - James Cashman household]: In the1855 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in what was then the town of South Scituate. In 1857, this part of South Scituate became a part of Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The Cashman household included:  *   James Cashman -- age 35, male, Laborer, born MA[sic]  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 32, female, born Ireland  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 10, female, born Ireland  *   Julia Cashman -- age 8, female, born Ireland  * Catharine Cashman -- age 1, female, born MA  *   John Cashman -- age 6, male, born Ireland  *   Dennis Cashman -- age 4, male, born Hanover, MA  *   Timothy Cashman -- age 24, male, Laborer, born Ireland  *   Thomas Marshall -- age 28, male, Laborer, born Ireland  *   James O'Neal -- age 25, male, Laborer, born Ireland
    006 1865 MA Census James Cashman household
    006 1865 MA Census James Cashman household
    [1865 MA State Census - Hanover - James Cashman household]:   In the 1865 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in the town of Hanover. The Cashman household included:  *   James Cashman -- age 40, male, IRE, married, Laborer  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 42, female, IRE, married, Housekeeper  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 20, female, IRE, single, Housework  *   John Cashman -- age16, male, IRE, single   *   Dennis J. Cashman -- age 13, male, MA, single *   Katy A. Cashman -- age 11, female, MA, single  *   James T. Cashman -- age 9, male, MA, single  *   William E. -- age 5, male, MA, single  *   Ellen C. -- age 3, female, MA, single  In same dwelling: *   Noah J. Stoddard -- age 37, male, MA, maried, Shoemaker  *   Susan M. Stoddard -- age 25, female, MA, married, Housekeeper  *   James A. Stoddard -- age 4, male, MA, single  *   Henrietta M. Stoddard -- age 1, female, MA, single
    006 1870 US Census James Cashman household
    006 1870 US Census James Cashman household
    [1870 US Census MA - Hanover - James Cashman household]: In the 1870 U.S. Census, the James Cashman family resided in Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The James Cashman household included:    * James Cashman -- 50, male, shoemaker, real estate valued at $1500, born Ireland    *   Catherine Cashman -- 45, female, keeping house, born Ireland    *   John Cashman -- 21, male, farm laborer, born Mass[sic]    *   Dennis Cashman -- 18, male, farm laborer, born Mass  *   Catherine E. Cashman -- 16, female, at home, born Mass, attended school within year    *   Jane[sic] Cashman -- 14, female[sic], at school, born Mass, attended school within year    *   Wm Cashman -- 10, male, at school, born Mass, attended school within year    * Ellen Cashman -- 8, female, at school, born Mass, attended school within year    *   Luke Cashman -- 4, male, at home, born Mass   All members of household were listed as having parents of foreign birth.  All members of household were listed as being able to read and write.
    006 1880 US Census Catherine Cashman household
    006 1880 US Census Catherine Cashman household
    [1880 US Census MA - Hanover - Catherine Cashman household]: In the 1880 U.S. Census, the Catherine Cashman family resided in Hanover, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The Catherine Cashman household included:  *   Catherine Cashman -- 59, female, head, widow, born Ireland  *   Dennis Cashman -- 28, male, son, single, works on farm, born Mass  *   James Cashman -- 24, male, son, single, works on farm, boarn Mass  *   William Cashman -- 20, male, son, single, works on farm, born Mass  *   Nellie Cashman -- 18, female, daughter, single, housekeeping, born Mass  *   Luke Cashman -- 13, male, son, single, at school, born Mass, attended school within year  *  Daniel Duggan -- 64, male, boarder, single, works on farm, born Ireland  *   All members of household were listed as having parents born in Ireland. All members of household were listed as being able to read and write.

    Letters
    006 1891 Letter to Catherine from Ireland
    006 1891 Letter to Catherine from Ireland
    [Envelope]:  Mrs James Cashman, West Quincy, Mass.      [Letter]: Coachford, Co Cork, Ireland  Nov. 17, 1891    Dear Madam,            I was fortunate in being able to find your baptismal certificate for it was the last year in any book I could find in this parish so under the circumstance I was glad to be of any use. As to the expense you refer to I want nothing in that way, but I wish to inform you I am repairing my Churches which are in a very bad way and I am sure you will not forget the poor old church at home where you went often to Mass. Your Faith [cut off]    J. Russell, P.P.    [Source credit: John Curran]
    006 1891 Letter to Catherine from Ireland enclosure
    006 1891 Letter to Catherine from Ireland enclosure
    Catherine daughter of John Long and Julia McNamara was baptized Oct 1st 1820 sponsors were John Rice and
    Mary Long - I certify the above to be a correct extract from the Baptismal registry kept in this parish of Coachford Co Cork Ireland - Jerh Russell P.P. - Coachford Co Cork Nov. 17. 1891 [Document credit: collection of Catherine Cronin (1916-2005)]

    Immigration & Travel

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    006 1800s Example of a Bark Rigged Ship
    006 1800s Example of a Bark Rigged Ship
    The passenger list of James and Catherine lists their sailing vessel as the "Bark Adonis" burthen 904 tons. What is a "Bark" and what does "904 burthen" mean?     The term "Bark" refers to the configuration of the sails and rigging. Common configurations of the era included Bark (or Barque), Ship, Brig and Schooner. A "Bark" rigged vessel was a three-masted vessel with the foremast and mainmast square rigged and the mizzenmast fore-and-aft rigged. It wasn't unusual for Barks to be re-rigged as Ships or vice-versa. A "Bark" rigged vessel, could sail with fewer crew members than the same vessel rigged as a "Ship." For this reason, many "Ship" rigged vessels were converted to "Barks" and will appear as both in Shipping News items and ship's lists. "Burthen" is a measurement for the inside volume of the ship.  [Source : Norway Heritage - Hands Across the Sea ]
    006 1850 Cashman Adonis passenger list
    006 1850 Cashman Adonis passenger list
    [Passenger List of the Bark Adonis - page 6 of 8]:  COPY of Report and List of the Passengers taken on board the Bark Adonis of Greenock whereof McMillan is Master, burthen 904 tons, bound from the Port of Liverpool for Boston.    James Cashman 30 male belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S.  Cath Cashman 25 female belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S. Infant Cashman -- belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S.  Julie Cashman 3 female belonging to Ireland wishing to become an inhabitant of the U.S.
    006 1850 Passengers embarking at Liverpool docks
    006 1850 Passengers embarking at Liverpool docks
    "Steerage passengers embarking an emigrant ship at Waterloo docks, Liverpool" - The text accompanying this picture in The Illustrated London News for July 6, 1850, describes immigrants boarding a ship in Great Britain:    "The scene in the Waterloo dock, at Liverpool, where all the American sailing packets are staioned, is at all times a very busy one; but, on the morning of the departure of a large ship, with a full complement of emigrants, it is peculiarly exciting and interesting. The passengers have undergone inspection, and many of them have taken up their quarters on board for twenty-four hours previously, as they are entitled to do by terms of the act of Parliament. Many of them bring, in addtion to the boxes and trunks containing their worldly wealth, considerable quantities of provisions, although it must be confessed that the scale fixed by the Government to be supplied to them by the ship is sufficiently liberal to keep in health and comfort all among them, who, in their ordinary course of life, were not accustomed to animal food.(...)"
    006 1850 The Departure Illustrated London News
    006 1850 The Departure Illustrated London News
    Illustration from page 2 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997). "The Departure" was orginally published in the Illustrated London News.
    006 1850s Inspection and Dancing Below Deck
    006 1850s Inspection and Dancing Below Deck
    Drawings from Illustrated London News: "The Medical Inspection" and "Dancing Between Decks" Illustration from page 237 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997).
    006 1850s Searching Stowaways and The Roll Call
    006 1850s Searching Stowaways and The Roll Call
    Drawings from Illustrated London News: "Searching for Stowaways" and "The Roll-Call"    Illustrations from page 238 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997).
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Arriving in Boston
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Arriving in Boston
    Illustration entitled, "Arriving in Boston,"  from page 65 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997).
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Below Decks
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Below Decks
    Illustration from page 60 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997).
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Cooking on Deck
    006 1850s The Famine Ships Cooking on Deck
    Illustration entitled, "Cooking on Deck,"  from page 193 of "The Famine Ships : The Irish Exodus to America" by Edward Laxton, Henry Holt and Co. (March 1997).
    006 1853 Adonis description Glascow Herald p8
    006 1853 Adonis description Glascow Herald p8
    A description of the Ship Adonis from an ad that appeared on page 8 of the Glascow Herald on 21 Mar 1853, three years after James Cashman and family sailed on it to America.    The Ship Adonis is described as "a splendid first-class fast-sailing Ship, belonging to the largest class of Packet Ships, with immense height between decks, great breadth, well lighted and well ventilated."
    006 2012 Things To Know About Ships
    006 2012 Things To Know About Ships
    Information about the different rigging configurations of 19th century sailing vessels. A snapshot of a web page from www.norwayheritage.com. Accessed on 12 May 2012.
    006 1850 Adonis Sails for Boston
    006 1850 Adonis Sails for Boston
    [Marine Journal of the Boston Evening Transcript - "Adonis Sails for Boston"] :  Boston - Salied for - March 15, Hawthorn, from Longhope; 20th, Ocean, fm the Clyde; Marion, Queenstown; 23d, Pandora, do; 24th, Fanchon, (Having rep'd) fm Pill; 26th, Wm Gorland, Eleanor, and Escape, from Sunderland; Adonis, from Liverpool; 28th, James, do; 29th,

    Vital Records

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    006 1866 Luke Cashman birth register
    006 1866 Luke Cashman birth register
    BIRTHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover for the Year 1866 – No. 13, 5 Jul 1866, Luke J. Cashman, male, born in Hanover to James Cashman and Catherine Long of Hanover. Father is a laborer born in Ireland. Mother was born in Ireland.
    006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
    006 1844 Cashman Long marriage certificate
    [1844 Marriage Certificate of James Cashman & Kate Long]:  Parish of Aghabullogue Diocese of Cloyne, Co. Cork  EXTRACT FROM THE MARRIAGE REGISTER  James Cashman and Kate Long were married in the Church of Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland according to the Rite of the Catholic Church, on the 3rd day of September, 1844. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. O'Mahony [Rev. Denis Mahony]
    006 1865 Mary P Cashman death register
    006 1865 Mary P Cashman death register
    DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Hanover for the Year 1865 – No. 10, 27 Jan 1865, Mary P. Cashman of Hanover, female, single, died in Hanover at age 6 from Scarlet fever. She was born in Hanover. Her father, James Cashman was born in Ireland.
    006 1892 Catherine Long Death Register
    006 1892 Catherine Long Death Register
    DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Rockland for the Year 1892 – No. 39, 12 Apr 1892, Catherine Cashman (Long) of Quincy, female, widow of James Cashman, died in Quincy at age 68 years 5 months from paralysis. Place of burial is Rockland. She was born in Ireland and her occupation was homemaker. Her parents, Dennis Long and Julia McNamara, were both born in Ireland.
    006 1845 Johanna Cashman baptism certificate
    006 1845 Johanna Cashman baptism certificate
    Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it Johanna Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 12th day of July 1845 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: John Long & Johanna Cashman Confirmed: no record  Married: no record - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P
    006 1847 Judith Cashman baptism certificate
    006 1847 Judith Cashman baptism certificate
    Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it Judith Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 8th day of April 1847 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: Timothy Murphy & Hanora Cashman  Confirmed: no record  Married: no record  - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P
    006 1849 John Cashman baptism certificate
    006 1849 John Cashman baptism certificate
    Parish of Inniscarra Diocese of Cloyne  On examination of the Register of Baptisms of the above parish I certify that according to it John Cashman was born on the [blank] day of [blank] and was baptized according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on the 25th day of June 1849 in the Church of Cloghroe by the Rev. John Cahill P.P.  Parents: James Cashman & Catherine Long  Sponsors: John Murphy & Catherine McCarthy  Confirmed: no record  Married: no record - Given on the 1st day of February 2001 Signed Rev. J. Colman O'Donovan P.P
    006 1858 Mary P Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
    006 1858 Mary P Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
    [From the baptismal register of St Mary in Randolph]: April 3rd - Mary Briscilla[sic] - born 2nd of James Cashman and Catherine Leang[sic], Sponsors Thomas Condon and Mary Cashman - J. O'Sullivan
    006 1859 William Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
    006 1859 William Cashman baptism St Mary Randolph
    [From the baptismal register of St Mary in Randolph]: November 20th - William J born 4th of James Coleman[sic] and Catherine Long - Sponsors Jeremiah Mc[can't read] + Margaret Scully - J. O'Sullivan
    008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism
    008 1820 Catherine Long Baptism

  • Sources 
    1. [S133] 1865 Massachusetts State Census, FamilySearch, (http://FamilySearch.org), Hanover in the County of Plymouth; John Cashman; dwelling # 260; family #306; lines 25-33, James Cashman household (Reliability: 3).
      In the1865 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in the town of Hanover. The Cashman household included:  * James Cashman -- age 40, male, IRE, married, Laborer  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 42, female, IRE, married, Housekeeper  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 20, female, IRE, single, Housework  *   John Cashman -- age16, male, IRE, single   *   Dennis J. Cashman -- age 13, male, MA, single  *   Katy A. Cashman -- age 11, female, MA, single  *   James T. Cashman -- age 9, male, MA, single  *   William E. -- age 5, male, MA, single  *   Ellen C. -- age 3, female, MA, single  In same dwelling:  *   Noah J. Stoddard -- age 37, male, MA, maried, Shoemaker  *   Susan M. Stoddard -- age 25, female, MA, married, Housekeeper  *  James A. Stoddard -- age 4, male, MA, single  *   Henrietta M. Stoddard -- age 1, female, MA, single
      [1865 MA State Census - Hanover - James Cashman household]:   In the 1865 Massachusetts State Census, the James Cashman family resided in the town of Hanover. The Cashman household included:  *   James Cashman -- age 40, male, IRE, married, Laborer  *   Catharine Cashman -- age 42, female, IRE, married, Housekeeper  *   Hannah Cashman -- age 20, female, IRE, single, Housework  *   John Cashman -- age16, male, IRE, single   *   Dennis J. Cashman -- age 13, male, MA, single *   Katy A. Cashman -- age 11, female, MA, single  *   James T. Cashman -- age 9, male, MA, single  *   William E. -- age 5, male, MA, single  *   Ellen C. -- age 3, female, MA, single  In same dwelling: *   Noah J. Stoddard -- age 37, male, MA, maried, Shoemaker  *   Susan M. Stoddard -- age 25, female, MA, married, Housekeeper  *   James A. Stoddard -- age 4, male, MA, single  *   Henrietta M. Stoddard -- age 1, female, MA, single

    2. [S278] U.S. Find A Grave Index, 1778-Current on Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.) (Reliability: 3).
      Birth date:  10 Dec 1824 Birth place: Death date:  12 Apr 1892 Death place:

    3. [S81] Massachusetts - Death Registers on FamilySearch.org, FamilySearch, (http://FamilySearch.org), volume 428, page 600, Catherine Long Cashman (Reliability: 3).
      DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Rockland for the Year 1892 -- No. 39, 12 Apr 1892, Catherine Cashman (Long) of Quincy, female, widow of James Cashman, died in Quincy at age 68 years 5 months from paralysis. Place of burial is Rockland. She was born in Ireland and her occupation was homemaker. Her parents, Dennis Long and Julia McNamara, were both born in Ireland. Recorded on .
      DEATHS REGISTERED in the Town of Rockland for the Year 1892 – No. 39, 12 Apr 1892, Catherine Cashman (Long) of Quincy, female, widow of James Cashman, died in Quincy at age 68 years 5 months from paralysis. Place of burial is Rockland. She was born in Ireland and her occupation was homemaker. Her parents, Dennis Long and Julia McNamara, were both born in Ireland.

    4. [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.

    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//

    6. [S7] Ireland, Co. Cork - Diocese of Cloyne, Parish of Aghabullogue, entry for James Cashman and Kate Lo ng (Reliability: 3).
      Parish of Aghabullogue Diocese of Cloyne, Co. Cork EXTRACT FROM THE MARRIAGE REGISTER James Cashman and Kate Long were married in the Church of Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland according to the Rite of the Catholic Church, on the 3rd day of September, 1844. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. OMahony [Rev. Denis Mahony]
      [1844 Marriage Certificate of James Cashman & Kate Long]:  Parish of Aghabullogue Diocese of Cloyne, Co. Cork  EXTRACT FROM THE MARRIAGE REGISTER  James Cashman and Kate Long were married in the Church of Aghabullogue, Co. Cork, Ireland according to the Rite of the Catholic Church, on the 3rd day of September, 1844. The Witnesses were Denis Long and Denis Cashman. Celebrant of marriage was Rev. D. O'Mahony [Rev. Denis Mahony]