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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 91
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October 18 1902
OBITUARY
-----------------------
DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR. MICHAEL CRYAN, BALLYMOTE
(CO.
SLIGO).

It is with regret we record the rather sudden
death of Mr. Michael Cryan, which took place at
his
residence, Ballymote, on the 3rd inst. The
deceased
was in failing health for some months past, but
it was
only on Thursday night, 2nd inst., he showed any
signs
of collapse, and he quietly passed away on Friday
morning at 2 o'clock, during which period he
received
all the consolations of the Holy Catholic Church,
of
which he was a devout member, as well as the kind
attentions of a loving wife and affectionate
children.
Deceased was one of the best known and most
highly
respected gentlemen in the neighbourhood and his
sad
end occasioned the keenest regret amongst all his
acquaintances. He had reached the age of 54
years, and
leaves a wife and family of ten to mourn his
loss, and
though their sorrow must be bitter, still it
makes it
somewhat easier borne to know that they have the
cordial sympathy of every person who in life had
the
pleasure and privilege of the acquaintance of the
deceased. On Saturday the remains were interred
in the
family burial ground in the old Abbey, Ballymote,
and
the cortege that followed the bier was, without
exception, the largest and most respectable ever
witnessed in the locality. The chief mourners
were -
Mrs. M. Cryan (wife), P., J., M.J., B.T., and J.
Cryan
(sons), M., M.E., and A.E. Cryan (daughters), Mr.
P.
Cryan, Newtownforbes, and Mr. B. Cryan,
Ballinamore
(brothers); Mr. P. Kerins, Ballymote (uncle); Mr.
J.
Dennedy (nephew); M. Dennedy, Dublin (niece); J.
Kerins, J. Davey, A. Flynn, J. Benson, J.
Flanagan, P.
Davey, A. Walsh, P. Cosgrove, B.Flynn (cousins).
Rev.
Canon Loftus officiated at the grave. - R.I.P.

 

 

Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 09:21:33 -0800 (PST)
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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 92

Thanks to Maureen McCourt Nantista

January 18 1902
Boyle Race Committee
-------------------
AN APPEAL TO THE TOWN
-------------------
A meeting of the Boyle Race Committee was
held in
the Royal Hotel, Boyle, on Saturday evening. Mr.
E. S.
Robinson, Master of the Rockingham Harriers,
presided.
The others present were: - Mr. J. McDrury, J.P.;
Mr.
P. O. Connor, Co.C.; Mr. J. Cox, Mr. J. Cryan.
The
chairman read correspondence from Mr. Brindly,
Dublin,
stating that although the 12th May had been
announced
as the date for the meeting, he would have to
bring
the matter before the stewards, as Kilbeggan had
also
secured that day previously. He also stated that
the
Inspector complained of the fences.
The chairman said if it was a question
between the
two meetings Kilbeggan would have to go down.
Mr. Cox said the 12th did not clash with any
other
fixture.
Mr. McDrury said they had got their date, and
should stick to it. If there were any of the
meetings
to be killed it should be Kilbeggan (laughter).
The chairman said if they were to make the
meeting
a financial success they should have it on some
day to
suit the people of Boyle.
Mr. Cryan - On a Tuesday.
The chairman said no doubt every gentleman
there
worked hard for the success of the races last
year,
and as for himself, he never worked as hard, even
in
his own interests. He thought it should be put to
the
people of Boyle whether they want a race meeting
or
not. If they want a race meeting they will have
to put
their hands in their pockets much better than
last
year. He would suggest that some of them go
around -
he would not take money from them at present -
and ask
them what they are going to give.
Mr. McDrury said there was nothing else for
them
to do, and if they found the people were backward
in
supporting it all they could do was let it drop.
If
they get a reasonable show from the townspeople
they
would do all they could.
Mr. Cryan - Strokestown was better supported
than
us. They got 11 here.
Mr. McDrury - And the first night out we only
got
11.
Mr. O'Connor - A go-ahead town with our
electric
light should not be put down by Strokestown.
Mr. McDrury - They beat us by a few "strokes"
(laughter).
It was then decided that they call on the
people
on Tuesday to ascertain how they will support the
meeting as its taking place will depend on the
financial support guaranteed.

 

 

Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 09:22:39 -0800 (PST)
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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 93

Thanks to Maureen McCourt Nantista

10 August 1901
BOYLE UNION
_____________

At the meeting on Saturday, Mr. Michael Gray
presided. The others present were: Messrs. J.
Lindsay,
John Cryan, J.P., T. Kelly, O. Queenan

Keadue Pump
The following was read.

"Stonepark,
Keadue

"2nd
August, 1901
"Mr. Chairman and gentlemen - I have been
asked by
several of the inhabitants of Keadue to report
upon
the condition of the pump, and to request the
Board to
put it in proper repair as soon as possible. This
is
necessary as the inhabitants have to draw water a
quarter of a mile, not only for domestic
purposes, but
also for the cattle which creates an enormous
amount
of labour on them. I also beg to state that the
pump
is in this condition for the last month. - I am
yours
sincerely,
"PATRICK
TANSEY
(D.C.)"
Mr. Lindsay there was a letter before the
Board
from a plumber the last day, who lives in
Carrick-on-Shannon, proposing to put the pump in
repair. The plumber was passing through Keadue
when
some Councillor drew his attention to it. He is a
Mr.
Dunne, a very good man, and his price was very
moderate. If the Board had the power to appoint
him,
they should do so. He (Mr. Lindsay) inquired if
it
were a district charge.
The master said it was, and also read a
tender
from the man referred to by Mr. Lindsay, in which
he
stated he would put the pump in repair for the
sum of
3, and supply all the necessary material, and
also
keep it in repair afterwards for any responsible
length of time.
Mr. Lindsay - He is willing to keep it in
repair
for twelve months or so afterwards.
The master did not think the man would keep
it in
repair for such a length of time without payment.
Chairman - Were there any tenders called for?
Mr. Lindsay - No, but the pump is out of
order,
and several complaints were made about it.
Mr. Cryan - I don't think it would be
advisable to
appoint anyone at the present time, as you have a
very
small Board.
The chairman said if there was notice of
motion
given, it would be fortnight before they could
get
tenders.
Mr. Queenan - The whole country is full of
water
now.
Mr. Lindsay asked what sum they could allow
without advertising.
The master said 2.
Mr. Lindsay - Well offer him 2 to repair it.
Chairman - Of course, it is a very dry
summer, and
people are very badly off for water.
Master- If Mr. Dunne accepts 2 and does it
to the
satisfaction of a committee of the two
councillors, I
think it is very fair.
Mr. Cryan - But perhaps 5s would put the pump
in
order. There may be only a small thing wrong with
it.
Chairman - Is it legal to do this today?
Mr. Cryan - Refer it to a future Board.
The master said he thought it was too serious
to
cause any delay.
Mr. Lindsay - Is there any person taking care
of
the pump?
Master - No.
Mr. Lindsay - I propose you allow him the sum
of 2
to put the pump in repair, and that he keep it in
order for six months.
Master - Properly speaking, this is District
Council business.
Mr. Cryan - Well refer it to the District
Council.
It does not belong to this Board at all.
Chairman - We would not like to see them
without
water, but at the same time, we have no power to
deal
with it today.
The further consideration of the matter was
adjourned.

Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 09:23:24 -0800 (PST)
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Roscommon Herald Articles No. 94

Thanks to Maureen McCourt Nantista

10 August 1901
BOYLE CREAMERY
_____________

A meeting of the Boyle Creamery Society was
held
on Wednesday, Mr. E. S. Robinson presided, and
the
others present were - Messrs. J. M'Williams, A.
McElroy, J. Bruen, B. Spellman, J. Anderson, J.
Cryan,
J.P., E. Goldrick, T. Gallagher, A. Healy, P.
M'Donagh, J. Walsh, T. M'Elligott.
Mr. J. Quinn, secretary, and Mr. T. Gleeson,
manager, were also present.
Carrowcrory Auxiliary
Mr. Cryan said at their last meeting it was
decided that the Carrowcrory Committee come
before
them in proper form.
Mr. Cryan then produced the minutes of the
last
meeting of the Carrowcrory Provisional Committee,
from
which it appeared that the meeting was held on
Monday,
5th August. Mr. Cryan, J.P., presided and there
was a
large attendance of the Committee. After the
accounts
were audited and found satisfactory, it was
decided to
appoint a representative on the Boyle Society
from
each townland. It was proposed by Mr. Cryan, and
seconded by Mr. P. Gormely, that Mr. D. Crofton,
C.C.,
be appointed and it was passed unanimously. The
following were also appointed - Mr. Gormely, who
was
proposed by Mr. Killoran and seconded by Mr.
M'Gowan;
Mr. Cryan who was proposed by Mr. P. Duignan and
seconded by Mr. Lydon; Mr. P. Horan, who was
proposed
by Mr. M'Gowan and seconded by Mr. Gray, D.C.,
and Mr.
O. Breheny, who was proposed by Mr. Lydon and
seconded
by Mr. P. Breheny.
Mr. Cryan said that he was informed by the
Manager
(Mr. Gleeson) that they were only entitled to
three
representatives. He asked if there was anything
in the
rules to debar them.
Mr. Gleeson said that according to the rules
laid
down by the Irish Agricultural Organization
Society,
they were only entitled to three representatives.
Mr. Cryan - Major Murphy told me we would be
entitled to have one from each townland.
Mr. M'Donagh said that they could be allowed
one
for each townland on the Provisional Committee,
but
not on the Central.
Mr. Cryan - We have two from each townland on
the
Provisional Committee.
Mr. M'Goldrick said he had great pleasure in
proposing that Messrs. D. Crofton, Patrick
Gormely and
John Cryan be co-opted on the Central Committee
as
representatives of the Carrowcrory auxiliary.
Mr. M'Williams seconded the proposition, and
it
was passed unanimously.
This was all the business before the meeting.

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December 14 1901

Terrific Blaze in Boyle.
-------------------
BIG PREMISES GUTTED.
------------------------
THE MAIN STREET THREATENED.
------------------------
FURNITURE BROUGHT TO THE STREET.
-------------------------
GREAT LOSS OF PROPERTY.
-------------------------
DAMAGES ESTIMATED AT OVER 4,000.
One of the most disastrous conflagrations
ever
witnessed in Boyle took place at an early hour on
last
Sunday morning, when the extensive business
establishment of Mr. W. J. Sloan, one of the
leading
merchants in these parts, was completely gutted
and
destroyed. Mr. Sloan, who carries on a large
grocery,
hardware, etc., business, held two houses in
Main-st.
[sic], and it was in the principal one of these
that
the fire occurred. From the information which can
be
gleaned in connection with the regrettable
occurrence,
it appears the first person to notice the
outbreak was
Mrs. Sloan, who found the odour of the fire in
her
bed-room at about three o'clock in the morning.
She,
along with the rest of the family, resided in the
house adjoining the business premises, which is
practically part and parcel of the business
establishment, and on feeling the smoke promptly
went
downstairs, fearing that something serious had
occurred. On proceeding to the shop she found it
filled with large volumes of smoke, and at once
concluded the place was on fire. With the most
commendable promptitude she gave the alarm, and
inside
the space of a very short time all the family
were got
out on to the street. But this was not got
through
without experiencing some difficulty, for suffice
it
to say that some narrow escapes were witnessed
during
this trying period. By this time the cry "fire"
rang
out through the town, and a large crowd hurried
to the
scene of the conflagration. The fire engine from
the
military barracks was called into requisition,
and the
expedite manner in which it arrived certainly
reflected the greatest credit on the military,
especially those in command, Color Sergeants
M'Cawley
and Johnston, both of whom got it under weigh
[sic]
with marvelous dexterity and quickness. Of the
others,
the first to arrive was Mr. Tully, M.P., who took
charge of the civilians, and had two lines drawn
up
from the river, who fetched buckets of water. The
morning being extremely dark, Mr. G. W. Tully,
D.C.,
hastened to Mr. Hugh Stewart's electric lighting
depot
and awakened the staff, with the fortunate result
that
the street lamps were turned on immediately, and
greater facilities offered to those engaged in
the
labourious working of fighting the flames. A
great
number of people were now on the scene, all the
available military and police being called out,
the
latter under the command of District Commander T.
L.
M'Clelland, whilst a large number of civilians
anxious
to give every assistance were also present.
Attention
was first directed to the office of Mr. Sloan's
shop
where it is supposed the fire originated, and
from
which position emanated the greatest signals of
danger. Colour-Sergeant M'Cawley had possession
of the
hose, which he used in blinding, sickening
atmosphere,
but despite all the efforts of himself and the
police,
military, and civilians, the flames had got the
upper
hand, and forged ahead from the back to the front
of
the premises. Seeing the futility of putting an
end to
the flame at the rere [sic] of the shop, the
apparatus
was removed to the front, where gallant attempts
were
made to check its spread, but all proved
fruitless. In
these attempts several daring deeds were
performed, in
which Mr. Sloan, junr., played no unimportant
part in
trying to save the property. The fire in the shop
was
assuming such alarming dimensions that it was now
desirable to look to the safety of the
surrounding
buildings. Many willing hands were found here at
work,
those engaged being Messrs. G.W. Tully, W. Sloan,
junior, T. Armstrong, H. McDonald, H. Lewis, J.
O'Keefe, and Private Meenan, etc., etc. but
despite
their gallant efforts very little was saved.
Several
had narrow escapes, one of the number, T.
Armstrong,
being compelled to jump from the second floor on
to
the street, as the roof came in with a deafening
crash. Several others received severe scorches,
and
some were badly burned about the hands. The men
on the
roof were, however, even in a more perilous
position,
and the number of volunteers to mount the large
building, which is a considerable height, was
highly
praiseworthy. Two long ladders were procured from
the
workhouse and military barracks, and the roof
quickly
mounted by Mr. W. Conlon, Mr. T. M'Grath, Mr.
Smith,
Belfast, Mr. A. Hancock, London, Mr. R. Stewart,
Mr.
S. Black, and others. W. Conlon and T. M'Grath,
with
the assistance of others, and Henry Armstrong,
succeeded in cutting the slates connecting it
with the
adjoining building, which is the property of Mr.
Tully, M.P., and which was also severely damaged
as a
result of the fire. The fire by this time was
spreading with great rapidity, and some of the
inhabitants of Main-st.[sic] got their furniture
and
effects on to the street in anticipation of the
worst
taking place. A very plucky action was performed
at
the back of the premises, which should not go
unnoticed. The shop was connected with a pipe
from the
oil store, and the necessity of cutting off this
supply was apparent to everyone. Mr. S. Black and
several others mounted the roof, and after great
difficulty, and at much personal risk, succeeded
in
severing the connection with the oil shed and
shop. In
their endeavours to master the hard task, one of
the
number, H. White fell from the roof, but beyond a
bad
shaking was nothing the worse of the occurrence.
Had
this severance not been effectively done, the
flames
would have been even more voluminous than they
were,
although by the time they could have been seen
for
several miles around the town. The shop was a
mass of
flames, but, fortunately, the fire was being kept
confined more or less. Of the members of the
constabulary, Constable Weir, was most prominent,
and
worked for hours with the hose with the strength
of an
Hercules. He was ably assisted by Sergeants
Sawyers
and Diver, and Constables Wynne, Canon, Foley and
Gibbons. The heat was so oppressive that a person
could not go within an not inconsiderable
distance of
the fire, and so intense that the windows on the
opposite side of the street were cracked, and the
paint on the doors raised in large blisters.
After
several hours of heavy work the flames were got
under
control, but not until damages estimated at about
4,000 had been done. This loss, though
considerable,
would have been much more had it not been for the
herculean efforts of civilians, police, and
military,
and their meritorious work at the pumping
stations and
fire. All the stock had been demolished, while
the
premises presently are a complete wreck. The fire
continued to smolder until Tuesday night.
Although the
premises have been insured, still the greatest
sympathy is expressed with Mr. Sloan in the
terrible
blow which has fallen upon him. On Sunday evening
a
blaze again started in the body of the wrecked
shop,
but the fire engine turned out under Quarter
Master
Sergeant Barnes, Sergeant Major Staunton and
Sergt.
Shera, and was promptly extinguished. The
following,
in addition to those mentioned above, assisted at
the
work of quenching the fire - Sergeant Hadlock,
Corporal Cryan, Privates Cryan, Bruen, Regan, and
Byrne; Messrs. G. Kirkpatrick, Malachy Connolly,
G.
Taylor, J. Gillespie, J. Cahill, John Sheerin, R.
Rice, P. Griffin, R. Flaherty, John Egan, J.
Faulds,
T. Connor, P. Brennan, J. Campbell, E. Keaveny,
E.
Cunningham, etc., etc.
Mr. Sloan has decided to carry on his grocery
and
hardware business in the old "Herald" Office
until
Christmas, after which this business will be
transferred to the furniture establishment in
Main
Street
, and the latter department will be
transferred
to the old "Herald" Office. The wood, iron, oil,
flour, meal and all the heavy materials are still
in
the yard of the burned premises, and these
departments
will be carried on there as usual.

 

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Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 20:42:26 EST
Subject: Re: [Cryan et al.] Roscommon Herald Articles No. 91
To: caoimhghin@yahoo.com
Caoimhghin

Just read the obituary on Michael Cryan. Just wondering if any info on where he was born etc.

I am decended from Dominic Crane/Cryan born 1831 in Mayo we think-not quite sure but it is beginning

to look a lot like Rosscomman. Just thought I would ask. Anybody out there ever come across Dominic

or his father Michael, b I think about 1800 or so. Sincerely, Charlie Crane

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Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 23:17:09 +1000
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Subject: [Cryan et al.] Another Dominic(k) ? Cryan ?
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> > he was born etc. I am decended from
> Dominic Crane/Cryan born 1831 in Mayo we
> > think-not quite sure but it is beginning to
> look a lot like Rosscomman. Just > > thought I would ask. Anybody out there
> ever come across Dominic or his > > father Michael, b I think about 1800 or
so.
Hi I wonder in your cross linking for you Dominic
you came across another Dominic(k) ? Cryan:
Bn about 1802
Died abt 1892 possibly in Boyle
His wive was Catherine Cauly/ Cawley/ Cawly and
he had at least 5 children (James (1846), Thomas (1854), Patrick
(1855), Catherine Augustina (1860) and Sarah (24/03/66))

Any information begged for (I have fragments only
on some of these folk)<I actually am beginning to think my Dominick was
a hologram>
tc Anthony Cryan Brisbane, AustraliaAnthony & Jill Cryan
cryanaj@ozemail.com.au

 

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size 6,444 bytes - 01/01/2002 20:56:08 GMT
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2. Calvary Cemetery - County Wexford, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/wexford/calvary/calvary.htm

size 30,878 bytes - 01/01/2002 20:56:22 GMT
Summary Full

3. Arlington National Cemetery - Surnames Cr-Cz
-
Arlington County, Virginia

http://www.interment.net/data/us/va/arlington/arlington/arlington_crcz.htm

size 23,112 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:43:00 GMT
Summary Full

4. Golden Gate National Cemetery - Surnames C -
San
Mateo County, California

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ca/sanmateo/ggate/c/golden_c19.htm

size 62,255 bytes - 01/02/2002 03:59:58 GMT
Summary Full

5. Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery - Surnames
C -
Bexar County, Texas

http://www.interment.net/data/us/tx/bexar/ftsamnat/c/ft_sam_c17.htm

size 66,573 bytes - 24/03/2002 04:58:07 GMT
Summary Full

6. Beverly National Cemetery - Surnames Cor-Cri
-
Burlington County, New Jersey

http://www.interment.net/data/us/nj/burlington/beverly/index_corcri.htm

size 79,417 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:24:20 GMT
Summary Full

7. Chattanooga National Cemetery - Surnames
Cou-Cri -
Hamilton County, Tennessee

http://www.interment.net/data/us/tn/hamilton/chattanat/index_coucri.htm

size 47,105 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:37:43 GMT
Summary Full

8. Culpeper National Cemetery - Surnames Co-Cy -
Culpeper County, Virginia

http://www.interment.net/data/us/va/culpeper/culpenat/index_cocy.htm

size 49,454 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:43:15 GMT
Summary Full

9. Los Angeles National Cemetery - Surnames C -
Los
Angeles County, California

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ca/losangeles/lanat/c/lanat_c15.htm

size 56,305 bytes - 01/02/2002 03:55:19 GMT
Summary Full

10. Wood National Cemetery - Surnames Coo-Cre -
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

http://www.interment.net/data/us/wi/milwaukee/woodnat/wood_coocre.htm

size 47,705 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:48:46 GMT
Summary Full

11. Willamette National Cemetery - Surnames C -
Multnomah County, Oregon

http://www.interment.net/data/us/or/multnomah/willanat/c/willamette_c18.htm

size 59,997 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:32:16 GMT
Summary Full

12. Dayton National Cemetery - Surnames Cre-Cz -
Montgomery County, Ohio

http://www.interment.net/data/us/oh/montgomery/daynat/dayton_crecz.htm

size 59,527 bytes - 24/03/2002 05:05:55 GMT
Summary Full

 

Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 11:30:39 -0800 (PST)
From: "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Subject: [Cryan et al.] interment.net 'crine'
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com
Documents 1 to 7 of 7 matching the query " crine
".
New query

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1. Bath National Cemetery - Surnames Cr-Da -
Steuben
County, New York

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ny/steuben/bathnat/bath_crda.htm

size 49,838 bytes - 24/03/2002 04:50:18 GMT
Summary Full

2. Knoxville National Cemetery - Surnames Co-Cu
-
Knox County, Tennessee

http://www.interment.net/data/us/tn/knox/knoxnat/index_cocu.htm

size 44,669 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:38:08 GMT
Summary Full

3. Riverside National Cemetery - Surnames P -
Riverside County, California

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ca/riverside/rivnat/p/riverside_p01.htm

size 49,385 bytes - 01/02/2002 03:57:40 GMT
Summary Full

4. Hampton National Cemetery - Surnames Cop-Cri
-
Hampton County, Virginia

http://www.interment.net/data/us/va/hampton/hampnat/index_copcri.htm

size 52,934 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:43:31 GMT
Summary Full

5. Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery -
Surnames Cl-Cz - Clark County, Nevada

http://www.interment.net/data/us/nv/clark/snvmc/snvmc_clcz.htm

size 51,279 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:26:16 GMT
Summary Full

6. Willamette National Cemetery - Surnames C -
Multnomah County, Oregon

http://www.interment.net/data/us/or/multnomah/willanat/c/willamette_c18.htm

size 59,997 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:32:16 GMT
Summary Full

7. National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona -
Surnames
Cr-Cur - Maricopa County, Arizona

http://www.interment.net/data/us/az/maricopa/national/arizona_crcur.htm

size 65,746 bytes - 28/03/2002 05:21:09 GMT
Summary Full

 

Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 11:31:51 -0800 (PST)
From: "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Subject: [Cryan et al.] interment.net 'crehan'
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com
Documents 1 to 10 of 10 matching the query "
crehan ".

New query

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. St. Patrick's Holmpatrick Cemetery - County
Dublin, Ireland

http://www.interment.net/data/ireland/dublin/patrick/holmpatrick.htm

size 38,663 bytes - 01/01/2002 20:56:01 GMT
Summary Full

2. Baltimore National Cemetery - Surnames Cra-Cs
-
Baltimore City, Maryland

http://www.interment.net/data/us/md/baltimorecity/baltnat/index_cracs.htm

size 43,940 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:14:58 GMT
Summary Full

3. Brush Ridge Cemetery - Barry County, Michigan

http://www.interment.net/data/us/mi/barry/brush_ridge.htm

size 34,305 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:16:04 GMT
Summary Full

4. Massachusetts National Cemetery - Surnames
Cov-Cul
- Barnstable County, Massachusetts

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ma/barnstable/massnat/mass_covcul.htm

size 58,307 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:13:54 GMT
Summary Full

5. Bay Pines National Cemetery - Surnames Cou-Cz
-
Pinellas County, Florida

http://www.interment.net/data/us/fl/pinellas/baypinat/bay_pines_coucz.htm

size 50,916 bytes - 28/03/2002 05:24:32 GMT
Summary Full

6. Baton Rouge National Cemetery - Surnames C-Di
-
East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

http://www.interment.net/data/us/la/eastbatrou/batonat/index_cdi.htm

size 64,755 bytes - 28/03/2002 05:30:32 GMT
Summary Full

7. Golden Gate National Cemetery - Surnames C -
San
Mateo County, California

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ca/sanmateo/ggate/c/golden_c19.htm

size 62,255 bytes - 01/02/2002 03:59:58 GMT
Summary Full

8. Fort Bliss National Cemetery - Surname
Cal-Cari -
El Paso County, Texas

http://www.interment.net/data/us/tx/elpaso/ftblinat/ftbliss_calcari.htm

size 58,819 bytes - 24/03/2002 04:59:21 GMT
Summary Full

9. Beverly National Cemetery - Surnames Cor-Cri
-
Burlington County, New Jersey

http://www.interment.net/data/us/nj/burlington/beverly/index_corcri.htm

size 79,417 bytes - 01/01/2002 21:24:20 GMT
Summary Full

10. Riverside National Cemetery - Surnames C -
Riverside County, California

http://www.interment.net/data/us/ca/riverside/rivnat/c/riverside_c25.htm

size 60,802 bytes - 01/02/2002 03:56:52 GMT
Summary Full

 

Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 11:37:22 -0800 (PST)
From: "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Subject: [Cryan et al.] military/vietnam 'cryan'
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com
http://distantcousin.com/military/vietnam/ca/c.html

California Residents MIA / KIA during the Vietnam
Conflict

Name Rank / Grade Branch Home of record
City / County Date of Birth Date of Casualty

CRYAN KENNETH MICHAEL SP5 ARMY SAN MATEO 07/25/45
05/04/68

Date: Sat, 6 Apr 2002 11:44:05 -0800 (PST)
From: "Caoimhghin O Croidheain" <caoimhghin@yahoo.com> | Block Address | Add to Address Book
Subject: [Cryan et al.] Assemblyman Joseph Cryan and Enron
To: CRYAN-L@rootsweb.com


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