1.12.1 John Gallagher


John Francis Gallagher


July 20, 1909 in Cleveland, Ohio


John Michael Gallagher and Mary Gallagher


         Anne b: ~ 1906 m: Patrick Patton

         Mary G. b: Nov. 7, 1911 m: Joseph F. Deighan


         Married to Marion Grealis July 15, 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio


         John Michael Gallagher b: Jul7 7, 1938 m: Kathryn Klein

         Michael T. Gallagher b: June 3, 1940

         Francis E. Gallagher b: Sep. 25, 1941

         Thomas J. Gallagher b: Aug. 26, 1943

         Mary C. Gallagher b: Oct. 29, 1946


         Died October 4, 1985 in Cleveland, Ohio

Birth and Baptism


Census Records

         In the 1910 census, John Gallagher is living with his parents and sister Anna at 1364 W. 49th Pl. in Cleveland, Ohio.  John is 8 months year old while Anna is 4.  His father John is 27, immigrated in 1881, is naturalized, and is a tailor.  His mother Mary is 28 years old, has 2 children (both living), and immigrated in 1894.  Both parents were born in Ireland while John and Anna were born in Ohio.

         In the 1920 census, John Galagher is living with his parents and 2 sisters at 4517 Tillman Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio.  John is 10 years old,  Anna is 14 and a student in high school while Mary is 8 years old.  His father John is 35 years old, immigrated in 1903, was naturalized in 1909, and is a tailor in a cloak store.  Mary is 39, immigrated in 1894, and was naturalized at marriage in 1909.  Also living at their house were 3 boarders: John Lavelle 30, a patrolman for the city, Martin Galagher 30, a fireman for the railroad, and John Keating 29, a sailor.

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City Directories


Church Records


Marriage Records

         Married July 15, 1936 by Rev. John P. Lavelle

         Marriage Application # A34497, Cuyahoga County

Death Records

         Ohio Deaths Certificate 073225 Vol. 26195







         1364 W. 49th Pl. in Cleveland, Ohio (1910)

         4517 Tillman Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio (1920)

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

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