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81 (Research):Name: Haines, Victor W
Serial Number: 32278284
Residence: Essex, New Jersey
Enlistment Place: Newark, New Jersey
Enlistment Date: 22 April 1942
Grade Alpha: Pvt
Grade Code: Private
Branch Alpha: Bi
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, Usa
Enlistment Term: Enlistment For The Duration of The War or Other Emergency, Plus Six Months, Subject To The Discretion of The President or Otherwise According To Law
Longevity:
Source: Civil Life
Nativity: New Jersey
Birth Year: 1914
Race and Citizenship: White, Citizen
Education: 4 Years of High School
Civil Occupation: Stock Clerks
Marital Status: Single, Without Dependents
Army Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Card Number:
Box Number: 0491
Reel Number: 2.155 
HAINES, Victor (I503)
 
82 (Research):Occupation; Charles was a Carriage Builder. DOWLER, Frederick Charles (I3860)
 
83 (Research):Searched for a Will.

Years checked.

1870 to 1894 . 25 Yrs in total. Nothing found.

Both : O'Sullivan and Sullivan. 
O'SULLIVAN, Patrick (I287)
 
84 (Research):Teresa left Ireland with her Brother Thomas Donnelly,

and Step-Children, Mervyn, and Ruby on board the Carmania.

0n the 23-09-1913. Arriving on Ellis Island on the 01 Oct 1913

 
DONNELLY, Teresa M. J. (I146)
 
85 (Research):The death has occurred of Christopher COFFEY of Barrack Street, Cork City, Cork COFFEE, Christopher (I951)
 
86 (Research):Thomas Daunt, born Bef. 08 Apr 1843.
Notes for Thomas Daunt:
Frank Thompson's Five Catholic Parishes Database: Tom Daunt, son of Edward Walsh Daunt, of
Glinny, and Eliza Ryan, baptised 8 April 1843. Sponsors were Rev. John McNamara and Ellen Collins. 
DAUNT, Thomas (I3640)
 
87 (Research):Went to America 0n 12 09 1910. Aged 19yrs. DE RYCHE, Theophil (I3769)
 
88 (Research):Went to America in Sept 1910 DE RYCHE, Theopil (I3778)
 
89 (Research):Went to New York on the 29th January 1923. And her nearest relitive is a Cousin Mrs Egan. 7 South Mall , Cork City.

She was going to stay with her Sister in law/ Kate Dowling.
491 West 3rd Street, Surerior, Wisconsin. USA.

She returned on the 25 09 1924. With all of the Dowling Family Except Patrick who stayed in America. 
DOWLING, Martha Elizabeth. (I3337)
 
90 (Research):Wilhelina = Queen of Holland.

Clara Is all by Herself in the Grave in Mount Jerome. 
ALLDRITT, Clara Wilhemina (I909)
 
91 (Research):«b»apr jun 1891 dub south vol, 2 Page 640«/b» FREER, Edward Patrick. (I1815)
 
92 (Research):«b»apr jun 1909 dub south vol. 2 page 665.«/b» FREER, Patrick (I1820)
 
93 (Research):«b»Edward Walsh «u»15 «/u»Daunt «/b»(Thomas Digby14, Thomas13, Henry12, George11, Thomas10, Thomas9,
Thomas8, Christopher7, John6, John5 Daunte, of Wotton-under-Edge, John4, Nicholas3 Daunt, of Wotton-under-
Edge, Simon2, Thomas1) He married «b»Eliza Ryan«/b». 
RYAN, Elizabeth (I3637)
 
94 (Research):«b»Edward Walsh15 Daunt «/b»(Thomas Digby14, Thomas13, Henry12, George11, Thomas10, Thomas9,
Thomas8, Christopher7, John6, John5 Daunte, of Wotton-under-Edge, John4, Nicholas3 Daunt, of Wotton-under-
Edge, Simon2, Thomas1) He married «b»Eliza Ryan«/b». 
DAUNT, Edward Walsh. (I3624)
 
95 (Research):«b»jan mar 1899 dub south vol, 2 page 684«/b» FREER, Catherine (I1818)
 
96 (Research):«b»jul sep 1904 dub south vol. 2 page 664«/b» FREER, Bridget (I1819)
 
97 (Research):«b»jul sep 1896 dub south vol, 2 page 682.«/b» FREER, Elizabeth Mary. (I1817)
 
98 (Research):«u»Obituary «/u»- Sudbury Star - February 12, 1927: Mrs. Frances Fensom - One of the pioneers of Sudbury District.
Mrs. Frances Henry Stephens Fensom passed to her rest at her home at Nairn Centre on Wednesday, February 09, 1927 following an illness of a year's duration. Eighty-eight years of age Mrs. Fensom came with her husband to Sudbury District in 1891 and for the last 34 years has resided at Nairn being a pioneer homesteader and among the first to settle at Nairn. Previous to going to Nairn, Mr. and Mrs. Fensom resided for two years in Sudbury. Mrs Fensom was always an active woman and cheerfully accepted the hardships which pioneering life cast upon her. Born in Devonshire, England in1839, Mrs. Fensom came to Canada with her parents when three of age, the family locating in Toronto. In 1866 she was married to Richard Fensom who predeceased her in 1915. Surviving are a family of seven, three daughters and four sons as follows; Richard at home; Albert and George of Sudbury and Arthur of Barrie; Mrs. Sam Jessop and Mrs. R Dorsett, Sudbury and Mrs. Eliza Keeler, Sioux Lookout. The Funeral was held on Friday afternoon from the home of Mrs. R. Dorsett, Marion Street. Rev. P.F. Bull officiating. 
STEPHENS, Frances Hope. (I2208)
 
99 (Research):«u»Obituary«/u»
Sudbury Star July 31, 1915: Richard Fensom Sr.
The death of Richard Fensom occurred at the residence of his daughter in Sudbury on Friday morning, July 30 at the advanced age of 76 years. Deceased had been ailing for some time but took seriously ill only a week ago. Deceased was one of the best known and most progressive farmer in this section. He came from Chesley, Bruce County where he was engaged in the milling business, over twenty-four years ago and took up land near Nairn. Today his farm is the model of that section and one that will stand comparisom with the best of Ontario homesteads. In religion he was a follower of the Church of England in politics a Conservative. Besides a widow he leaves Richard Jr. on the homestead; Mrs. Rands, Port Arthur; Mrs. S. Jessop, Sudbury; Miss Nellie Fensom, Sudbury; Albert Fensom, Cochrane; Arthur of Alberta and George of Sudbury. The funeral takes place tomorrow (Sunday) internment being made at the Church of England Cemetery. 
FENSOM, Richard (I2209)
 
100 16-08-1831.
«tab» Barnabus «tab»DEANE
«tab»«tab»«tab»At St Finn Barr's, Cork, Mr. Thomas BENNETT, near Clonakilty, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. Barnabus DEANE Tureen, near Dunmanway 
DEANE, Barnabus (I2122)
 

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