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81 1901 Census living with her Grand Parents. Age 3 PENFOLD, Mabel Victoria. (I828)
 
82 2a 403. TUTT, Mary (I349)
 
83 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ELULL, C.V.H. (I2827)
 
84 A Painter by Profession, Taken from the Dublin 1911 Census. DONNELLY, Thomas (I636)
 
85 Address at date of Marraige.

4 Empress Place, Dublin. 
Family F254
 
86 Age 4. O'SULLIVAN, John (Jack ). (I83)
 
87 Age 6. O'SULLIVAN, Celia Christina (I82)
 
88 Age 8. O'SULLIVAN, Theresa (I81)
 
89 Aged 16 Yrs of Age O'DRISCOLL, Norah Evangelist (I123)
 
90 Aged 16. O'SULLIVAN, Hester ( Lena ) (I78)
 
91 Aged 19. O'SULLIVAN, Bartholomew Frank. (I76)
 
92 Aged 2 Mths O'SULLIVAN, William Anthony (I84)
 
93 Aged 6yrs Old O'DRISCOLL, Norah Evangelist (I123)
 
94 Aged 9 Yrs of age on Census. O'DRISCOLL, Margaret Mary. (I23)
 
95 Albert was in the Dublin Metropolitan Police.
No: 11570. 
OWEN, Albert Henry Charles. (I3820)
 
96 All the Family Emigrated to Boston in 1824. ALLDRITT, Thomas (I1373)
 
97 ALONZO ALLDRITT, a highly respected citizen of Morrison, passed away Saturday [02/19/1916] afternoon at 3 o'clock at his late home, 614 South Portland avenue, death being caused from injuries received a few days ago, when a tree which he was cutting down, fell in him, combined with heart trouble. Recently he had closed a contract with a St. Louis manufacturing firm to supply them with a certain amount of walnut lumber, and the tree which caused his death was the last one to be cut to fill the contract. The pain he suffered while he was being freed from the tree was terrible, but soon after he was removed home he gained consciousness, and it was his wish that all friends who called at his home to see him should be admitted.

He was born in Clyde July 6, 1861, was the son of Richard and Orilla Alldritt. The greater part of his life was spent in this vicinity with the exception of a short time spent in Dakota. A week from today he would have celebrated his twenty-seventh wedding anniversary, being united in marriage Feb. 28, 1889, to Ellen M. Old of Clyde. Two years after they were married they lived in Coleta and Clyde, they then moved to Morrison where they have since lived. He operated a meat market very successfully for a number of years. After disposing of the meat market he bought out the green house and later entered the lumber business.

He leaves to mourn his death, his wife, three brothers, Albert of Friend, Nebr., Frank of Lincoln, Nebr., and Henry of Clyde, and one sister, Mrs. Joe Paul of Elgin. The funeral services will be held Tuesday [02/22/1916] afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Cremeans, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Grove Hill cemetery.
 
ALLDRITT, Alonzo E. (I2368)
 
98 Amy was an Opera Singer. They had no children.

Source. Eileen Dowler. 01 04 2010 
MARSDEN, Amy Elizabeth (I3929)
 
99 Anne died shortly after giving birth to her last child Bessie. TOMSETT, Anne (I313)
 
100 Anne Tomsett was born on a Wednesday, and was Christened on a Monday.
By Rev Michael Creedon.C C.

Her Sponsors were, William O'Driscoll and Nora Stewart. 
TOMSETT, Anne ( Nancy ) (I6)
 

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