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CASHMAN, Helen Frances

CASHMAN, Helen Frances[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]

Female 1884 - 1960

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  • Born  11 Nov 1884  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened  14 Dec 1884  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    Address:
    44 School Street
    Quincy, MA 02169
    USA
    617.773.1021
    stjohns@stjohnsquincy.org
    http://stjohnsquincy.org/ 
    • Godparents were Luke Cashman and Margaret Ford.
    Education  1902  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [9, 10
    Quincy High School class of 1902; sixth in class 
    Education  1906  Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Simmons College 
    Died  7 Feb 1960  Biddeford, York, Maine, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Buried  Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • St. Mary's Cemetery
    Notes 
    • Henry C. Hamel was married, in 1921, to Helen Cashman, of Quincy, Massachusetts. Mrs. Hamel is a native of Quincy, Massachusetts, and was admitted to legal practice in Massachusetts, in 1917 and to the Maine bar in 1922. She is the pioneer in the legal field in Biddeford so far as women are concerned, and since 1922 she has been engaged in general practice in partnership with her husband, under the firm name of Hamel and Hamel. Both are known as able and resourceful practitioners, and have made for themselves and for the firm a reputation which is a valuable business asset. Mr. and Mrs. Hamel make their home at No. 17 West Myrtle Street, in Biddeford, and their office is located in the Paquin Building. [Source credit: Maine Biographies, Volume I, Harrie B. Coe, Clearfield, 1928] [11]
    • (Research):According to Martha Bewick's handwritten research notes:
      (1) In 1919, Helen was working in the law office of Albert F. Flint of Boston

      In 1914, Helen went on a cruise to Gibraltar, Algeirs, Napoli, Madeira, Assisi, Ravello, Amalfi, Rome, and Tivoli.

    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  HAMEL, Henry Charles,   b. 30 Jul 1882, Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1952 
    Married  11 Oct 1921  Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [12, 13
    • Anna Beatrice Cashman was the matron of honor and Wilfred Hamel, brother of Henry, was the best man.

  • Headstones
    019 1913 John Cashman headstone
    019 1913 John Cashman headstone
    Cashman family members buried here include John Cashman (1849-1913), his wife Hannah Falvey Cashman (1854-1934), his son Henry Augustine (1893 - 1910), and his daughter Helen Cashman Hamel (1884-1960), and her husband Henry C. Hamel (1882-1952).

    Histories
    052 1928 Hamel entry in Maine A History
    052 1928 Hamel entry in Maine A History

    Photos

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    052 1922 Henry Hamel and Helen Cashman
    052 1922 Henry Hamel and Helen Cashman
    Henry Hamel and Helen Cashman.  [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)]
    019 1906 Helen F Cashman Simmons graduation
    019 1906 Helen F Cashman Simmons graduation
    Helen Cashman's Simmons College graduation photo.  [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)]
    019 1900s Helen Cashman on seawall
    019 1900s Helen Cashman on seawall
    Helen Cashman sitting on a sea wall and holding a certificate or magazine of some kind. Judging by Helen's clothing and facial features, it is estimated that this photo was taken some time between 1902 and 1908. [Photo credit: 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]
    017 1923c Cashman family gathering
    017 1923c Cashman family gathering
    The fact that all of James E. Cashman's children are in this photo and none of William J. Cashman's children are represented suggests that this photo was taken in Burlington, VT, perhaps on a special occasion like the graduation of Grace Louise from high school or Eleanor's graduation from college. From L to R: Helen Cashman Hamel, William J. Cashman, Grace Louise Cashman, Bernard D. Cashman (in front), Emma Reed James (in back), James E. Cashman Jr., Ada James Cashman, Eleanor Cashman, James E. Cashman, Anna Zita Barry Cashman, Hannah Falvey Cashman. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    052 1923c Helen Cashman Hamel circa 1923
    052 1923c Helen Cashman Hamel circa 1923
    Detail clipped from group photo. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    052 1920s Helen Hamel headshot
    052 1920s Helen Hamel headshot
    Headshot of Helen Cashman Hamel clipped from group photo taken in the late 1920s. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1900c Helen and Anna Beatrice with friends
    019 1900c Helen and Anna Beatrice with friends
    Tintype photo of group of youngsters. Helen Cashman is in the center of the back row. Anna Beatrice Cashman is in the center of the middle row.  [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1902c Helen Frances Cashman portrait
    019 1902c Helen Frances Cashman portrait
    A portrait of Helen Cashman Hamel. Possibly her high school graduation photo. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman]
    019 1902 Blue Hill outing side A
    019 1902 Blue Hill outing side A
    Martha Bewick writes: "This looks like a happy group of West Quincy young people in the Blue Hills for a walk. The group includes Mary A. Cashman (front row, right), and Helen Cashman (I think, second row, second from left), and Daniel B. Reardon (second row, to the right)." Handwriting on reverse of photo reads: "In the Blue Hills Sunday March 30, 1902 - photo by J. B. Hart" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1902 Blue Hill outing side B
    019 1902 Blue Hill outing side B
    Reverse of photo depicting a happy group of West Quincy young people in the Blue Hills. The group includes Helen Cashman, Mary Agnes Cashman, and Mary's future husband, Daniel B. Reardon. Handwritten comment reads: "In the Blue Hills Sunday March 30, 1902 - photo by J. B. Hart" [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1903c Mary and Helen at Houghs Neck detail
    019 1903c Mary and Helen at Nantasket detail
    This tintype is typical of the photographs taken by sidewalk photographers at seaside resorts in the first decade of the 20th century. This photo was taken at Nantasket Point in Hull, Mass., by C. E. Pease sometime between 1899 and 1909. Mary Agnes Cashman is in the back row on the left. Helen Cashman is in the back row on the right. Daniel Bartholomew Reardon is in the front row on the right. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    052 1920s Helen Hamel and Hannah Cashman
    052 1920s Helen Hamel and Hannah Cashman
    Martha Bewick writes: "I believe this photo includes Hannah Falvey Cashman to the left, George D. Reardon, third from the left, and Helen Cashman in the midddle. Perhaps it was her graduation from law school." [NOTE of Donna J. Goldstein: Helen was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1917. The clothing in this photo date it to the 1920s, and the apparent age of George D. Reardon would suggest the late 1920s, so it is unlikely that this photo was taken at her law school graduation.] [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    026 1948 Daniel and Minnie Reardon 40th  anniversary party view A
    026 1948 Daniel and Mary Reardon 40th anniversary party view C
    Martha Bewick writes: "This is a photo from the 40th wedding anniversary party for Mary A. Cashman and Dr. Daniel B. Reardon. It was held in the garden area outside their home at 74 Greenleaf Street in Quincy, MA. The party included Cashman and Reardon relatives, neighbors and friends. Engaged in conversation are Beatrice Cashman O'Brien (back to camera) and Helen Cashman Hamel. The woman to the left at the back of the photo is Betty Hauthaway, and the man behind Helen is Frank Reardon, a brother of Daniel (Uncle Frank). [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    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]
    027 1927c Christmas gathering
    027 1927c Christmas gathering
    A very blurry photograph, believed to be the work of the Sue Rice Studio of Quincy, Mass. The decorated tree in the background and ages of the children suggests that this group shot was taken at Christmas time, circa 1927. At present, only seven of the people in the photo have been identified.  Paul Cashman Reardon is standing in the back row, fourth man from left. Henry A. Cashman, is standing in the back row, fifth man from left. Anna Zita Cashman is standing in the back row, third from right. Henry Hamel is standing in the back row, second from right. Ruth Cashman (white buttons and straight bangs), is kneeling in the second row, second from left. Helen Cashman Hamel is sitting in the front row, second from right. [Photo credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]
    019 1905c Helen Frances Hamel around age 21
    019 1905c Helen Frances Hamel around age 21
    Helen Frances Hamel around age 21. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman]
    019 1905c Children of John and Hannah Cashman
    019 1905c Children of John and Hannah Cashman
    It is believed that this impromptu family photo was taken on the occasion of the christening (or a few months after the birth) of William J. Cashman Jr., first child of William J. Cashman Sr. and Anna Zita Barry. This photo captures all of John and Hannah Cashman's children with the exception of the oldest, Adeline Cashman Dalton, who by 1905 was married and living in Sandwich on the Cape. Standing, from L to R: Mary Agnes Cashman, Helen Frances Cashman, James Eugene Cashman, John Joseph Cashman, Henry A. Cashman. Squatting, L to R: Anna Beatrice Cashman, William Joseph Cashman Sr. holding William Joseph Cashman Jr., and Anna Zita Barry. William J. Cashman Jr. was born in March of 1905. The clothing, foliage and size of the infant suggest that this photo was taken during the summer of 1905. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman]
    027 1914c Helen Cashman and young Henry
    027 1914c Helen Cashman and young Henry
    Henry Cashman, around age 3, sitting with his aunt Helen Cashman on the steps of Grandma Hannah Cashman's home at 652 Adams Street, Milton, MA. [Photo credit: collection of Jean Cashman (1926-2005) courtesy of Brian Cashman]

    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
    052 1922 Helen C Hamel signature in Attorney Ledger of York Co., Maine
    052 1922 Helen C Hamel signature in Attorney Ledger of York Co., Maine
    This page from the Attorneys' Ledger of the York County Superior Court bears the signature of Helen Cashman Hamel. Helen signed the ledger on May 22, 1922 when she was admitted to the Maine Bar. Since colonial times, all attorneys who have taken the oath at the York County Superior Courthouse in Alfred, Maine, have signed this ledger, as evidenced by the signature of John Adams that appears on an earlier page. -- On May 10, 2017, John Curran requested access to the ledger and was allowed to locate the signature of Helen Cashman Hamel and photograph it. (Source credit: John Curran)

    Directories
    019 1914 to 1932 Milton Resident directory
    019 1914 to 1932 Miton Resident directory
    HISTORY and DIRECTORY of MILTON, for the year 1914, on page46, lists Annie Cashman, bds 652 Adams, lists Helen Cashman as a teacher in Cambridge, bds 652 Adams, and lists Mrs. John Cashman as 652 Adams. For the Year 1916, on page 46, lists Annie Beatrice Cashman, bds 652 Adams, lists Helen Cashman as a teacher in Cambridge, bds 652 Adams, lists Mrs. John Cashman as 652 Adams, and lists John J. Cashman as a contractor, 32 Belcher circle. For the year 1917, on page 47, lists Annie Beatrice Cashman, as bds 652 Adams, lists Mrs. John Cashman, as 652 Adams, and lists John J. Cashman as contractor, 32 Belcher circle. For the Year 1919, on page 48, lists Helen Cashman as a lawyer 185 Devonshire, bds 652 Adams and lists John J. Cashman as a contractor, 32 Belcher circle. For the Year 1921, on page 51, lists Helen Cashman as a lawyer, bds 652 Adams and lists John J. Cashman as a contractor, 32 Belcher circle. For the year 1932, on page 70, lists John J. Cashman's reidence as 32 Belcher circle. For the year 1932, on page 211, lists  Thomas F. O'Brien as treas. O'Brien Hardware Co. 534 Adams, residence 24 Washington.

    News

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    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding
    Milton Record -- Hamel-Cashman -- At St. Gregory's Church, Lower Mills, Tuesday morning, the marriage was solemnized of Miss Helen Cashman, daughter of Mrs. John Cashman of 652 Adams street, East Milton, and Henry C. Hamel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamel of 162 Copeland street, West Quincy. Rev Francis X. Dolan, D.D, pastor of the church, officiated. The matron of honor was Mrs. Thomas F. O'Brien, sister of the bride. Wilfred A. Hamel, brother of the groom, was best man. The immediate families attended a wedding breakfast, at the home of the bride's mother. The bride is a graduate from Simmons College. The groom was graduated at B.U. Law School. He practices in Biddeford, Me., where on the termination of their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Hamel will live.
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding notice
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding notice
    The Hamel-Cashman wedding was announced in the Quincy Patriot Ledger on 18 Oct 1921.
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding notice detail
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding notice detail
    Quincy Patriot Ledger -- Hamel-Cashman - Helen Cashman of Milton and Henry C. Hamel of West Quincy Married at Milton -- Miss Helen Cashman, daughter of Mrs. John Cashman of 652 Adams street, East Milton and Mr. Henry C. Hamel, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamel of 162 Copeland street, West Quincy, were married in the church of St. Gregory's, Milton Lower Mills this forenoon. Rev. Francis X. Dolan D.D. of the church of St. Gregory's officiating. The bride was attended by her sister Mrs. Thomas F. O'Brien of East Milton as matron of honor. Mr. Hamel was attended by his brother, Wilfred A. Hamel. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Hamel will reside in Biddeford, Maine, where Mr.Hamel is practicing law. The bride is a graduate of Simmons college. Mr. Hamel received his degree at the Boston University Law School. Following the ceremony there was a wedding breakfast for the immediate families at the home of the bride's mother.
    029 1915 OBrien Cashman wedding announcement
    029 1915 OBrien Cashman wedding announcement
    O'BRIEN-CASHMAN. East Milton Girl is Married Today in St Mary's Church, Quincy., - from Boston Evening Globe on Thursday, October 21, 1915.
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding item BH detail
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding item BH detail
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding article
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman wedding article
    Newpaper clipping titled, "HAMEL-CASHMAN -- Helen Cashman of Miton and Henry C. Hamel of West Quincy Married at Milton." [Source credit: collection of Martha Reardon Bewick]

    Vital Records

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    019 1884 Helen Cashman birth register
    019 1884 Helen Cashman birth register
    This is a photo of Beatrice Cashman. [Photo credit: Collection of Catherine O'Brien (1917-2005)]
    019 1884 Helen Frances Cashman baptism certificate
    019 1884 Helen Frances Cashman baptism certificate
    Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptized 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy.    Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman church marriage record
    052 1921 Hamel Cashman church marriage record
    Church marriage record transcribed from the parish register of St. Gregory's Church of Boston for Henry Hamel and Helen Cashman. The record was transcribed four months after their wedding by Pastor Francis X. Dolan, the priest who married them. [Document credit: John Curran]

  • Sources 
    1. [S33] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - St. John the Baptist Baptisms, 1879 to 1885, (Name: St. John the Baptist; Location: Quincy;), page 239, 3rd entry (Reliability: 3).
      Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptised 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy.    Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan

    2. [S235] Maine - Death Index, 1960-1997 on Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, (Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2002.Original data - State of Maine. Maine Death Index, 1960-97. Augusta, ME, USA: State of Maine Department of Human Services.Original data: State of Maine. Maine Death Index, 1960-97. Au;) (Reliability: 3).
      Birth date:  abt 1885  Birth place:    Death date:  7 February 1960 Death place:  Biddeford, Maine

    3. [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).
      Helen Frances Cashman, Birth date:  Nov 1884  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1900  Residence place:  Quincy City, Norfolk, Massachusetts
      with Family Genealogies, by Jedediah Dwelley and John F. Simmons

    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: Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts; R oll: T625_722; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 206; Image: . (Reliability: 3).
      Helen Frances Cashman, Birth date:  abt 1886  Birth place: Massachusetts  Residence date:  1920  Residence place:  Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts
      Year: 1920; Census Place: Milton, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_722; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 206; Image: .

    5. [S68] 1930 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.), Year: 1930; Census Place: Biddeford, York, Maine; Roll: 841 ; Page: 22B; Enumeration District: 16; Image: 643.0. (Reliability: 3).
      Helen Frances Cashman, Birth date:  abt 1886  Birth place: Residence date:  1930  Residence place:  Biddeford, York, Maine
      Year: 1930; Census Place: Biddeford, York, Maine; Roll: 841; Page: 22B; Enumeration District: 16; Image: 643.0.

    6. [S69] U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 on Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.), Helen Cashman (Reliability: 3).
      Birth date:  11 Nov 1884  Birth place:  Quincy, Massachusetts Residence date:    Residence place:  East Milton, Massachusetts

    7. [S179] New York - New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 on Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com, (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.), Year: 1914; Arrival: , ; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfil m roll: T715_2366; Line: 18; List number: Helen Frances Cas hman. (Reliability: 3).
      LIST OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS -- S. S. CARPATHIA sailing from Naples, Italy Aug 19 1914, Arriving at Port of New York Sept 2 1914 -- page 19 --  line 18: Helen Cashman, age 29, female, single, born Quincy, Mass. Nov 1884, address 652 Adams St. Milton, Mass.
      LIST OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS -- S. S. CARPATHIA sailing from Naples, Italy Aug 19 1914, Arriving at Port of New York Sept 2 1914 -- page 19 --  line 18: Helen Cashman, age 29, female, single, born Quincy, Mass. Nov 1884, address 652 Adams St. Milton, Mass.

    8. [S33] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - St. John the Baptist Baptisms, 1879 to 1885, (Name: St. John the Baptist; Location: Quincy;), page 239, 3rd entry (Reliability: 3).
      Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptised 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy. Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan
      Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptized 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy.    Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan

    9. [S18] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - The Golden Rod, Quincy High School, (Location: Quincy, MA;), April 1902. SCHOOL ITEMS. (Reliability: 3).
      The honors of the Senior Class has been awarded as follows: Valedictory, Miss Marie C. Bass; Salutatory, Mr. Herbert P. Arnold; ; sixth, Miss Helen Cashman. That the marks of the successful pupils were so near one another shows the diligence with which they have applied themselves to their studies and also proves that "Application to duty is the road to Success."

    10. [S18] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - The Golden Rod, Quincy High School, (Location: Quincy, MA;), April 1902. SCHOOL ITEMS. (Reliability: 3).
      The honors of the Senior Class has been awarded as follows: Valedictory, Miss Marie C. Bass; Salutatory, Mr. Herbert P. Arnold; andlt;snipandgt;; sixth, Miss Helen Cashman. That the marks of the successful pupils were so near one another shows the diligence with which they have applied themselves to their studies and also proves that "Application to duty is the road to Success."

    11. [S146] Maine - Maine Biographies, Harrie B. Coe, (Genealogical Publishing Com, 2003 - 709 pages (Originally published as part of four volume set in 1928)), page 261, Henry C. Hamel (Reliability: 3).

    12. [S32] Massachusetts, Suffolk Co., Boston - Boston Herald (online archive), October 12, 1921; page: 3 (Reliability: 3).

    13. [S33] Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Quincy - St. John the Baptist Baptisms, 1879 to 1885, (Name: St. John the Baptist; Location: Quincy;), page 239, 3rd entry (Reliability: 3).
      Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptised 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy.    Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan
      Helen Frances Cashman, W. Quincy; baptized 14 Dec 1884; born 11 Nov 1884 in W. Quincy; parents John Cashman and Hanna Falvey of W. Quincy; godparents Luke Cashman and Margarita Ford; priest Danahy.    Joined in matrimony with Henry C. Hamel in the church of St. Gregory in Dorchester on 11 Oct 1921, priest F. X. Dolan