1.12 Elizabeth McLoughlin Grealis


Elizabeth McLoughlin


January 18, 1870 in Sandhill, Newport, Co. Mayo, Ireland


Patrick McLoughlin and Mary Moran


See family sheet


·         Married to John Gallagher between 1907-1909 (not found in Cuyahoga County records)


·         Marion E. b: ~ 1909 m: John F. Gallagher

·         Gertrude b: ~ 1911

·         Genevieve B. b: ~ 1913 m: Michael J. McCafferty


·         Unknown.  Possible match in 1934, need to order death certificate to prove.

Immigration & Naturalization

·         Immigrated 1896 (1910 census)

·         Naturalized at marriage

Birth and Baptism

·         Born in Sandhill, civil in Newport Area Families, 1864-1880 LDS transcriptions by William Masterson

Census Records

·         1900 not found (may not have been in Cleveland?)

·         1910  living on W. 58th with husband John and daughter Mary

·         1920 not found

·         In the 1930 United States Census, John Greilis has since died and Elizabeth is living with her three daughters at 1331 W. 61st Street in Cleveland, Ohio  Elizabeth is now 50 years old, born in Ireland along with her parents, and is a maid in a private home.  She immigrated in 1900 and is a naturalized citizen. Her oldest daughter Mary is 21 years old and a stenographer at a wholesale house.  Gertrude is 19 years old and  Genevieve is 17.  Neither are employed.

City Directories


Church Records

·         Member of St. Colman’s parish

Death Records



·         Greilis, Elizabeth (nee McLaughlin), beloved wife of the late John, dear mother of Mrs. Marion Gallagher, Mrs. Genevieve McCafferty and the late Gertrude, and grandmother, sister of Mrs. Cecilia Walsh, at residence, 1926 W. 73d St., Saturday, Nov. 25, 1950. Friends may call at McGorray Bros. Lakewood Home, 14133 Detroit Ave. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 30, St. Colman's Church, at 10 a. m.





·         1368 W. 58th St. Cleveland (1910- )

·         1331 W. 61st St., Cleveland (1930)

·         1926 W. 73d St. Cleveland  ( -1950)

Other Documentation


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