1.2.7 Patrick Moran


Patrick J. Moran


July 9, 1885 in Cushlecka, Newport, Co. Mayo (need to check source)


Thomas Moran and Sabina Heaney


         Martin b: Aug. 15, 1881

         Thomas b: Aug. 31, 1883


         Married Katie McLoughlin Nov. 20, 1929


         Celia m: Unknown Dugan

         Mary Agnes



         January 28, 1964 in Akron, Ohio

Birth and Baptism

         Baptized in Newport Chapel, sponsors Martin Moran and Bridget McHale

Immigration & Naturalization

         Immigrated in 1915 (from 1920 and 1930 census)

         There is a Patrick Moran from Co. Mayo, Ireland who immigrated on the Saxonia sailing from Liverpool Aug. 25 1915 and arriving at Ellis Island September 4, 1915.  Patrick is a laborer, 25 years old (b: ~ 1890) 58, brown hair, blue eyes.  He is going to stay with his brother Thomas Moran of  1386 W. 45th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.

Census Records

         In the 1920 US census, Patrick is a boarder at 171 Hilliss (sp?) Street in Akron, Ohio.  Patrick is 34 years old (b: ~ 1886) and was born in Ireland as wre his parents.  He immigrated in 1915 and is currently employed as a tire builder in a rubber factory.

         In the 1930 census, Patrick and his wife Katherine J. are living at 155 Portage Drive in Akron, Ohio in a house that they own worth $6000.  Patrick is 39 years old (b: ~ 1891), and was born in Ireland as were his parents.  He immigrated in 1915 and is naturalized.  Patrick works in a rubber factory.  Katherine is 25 years old, born in Ireland along with her parents, and immigrated in 1925.

Church Records


Marriage Records

         Married in St. James Church, Lakewood, Ohio

Death Records



         Rubber worker in one of the tire companies in Akron




         Akron, Ohio

Other Documentation

         Heaney connection at the w. 45th St. residence, from the necrology files: McCafferty-Mary (nee Heaney), beloved wife of the late Anthony McCafferty, and sister of the late Patrick Heaney, sr., Thursday, Feb. 1, at her residence, 1386 W. 45th st. Burial Monday morning, Feb. 5, at 9 a. m., from St. Patrick's church.

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