1.8.2 David Walsh


David E. Walsh


January 22, 1895 in Cleveland, Ohio


Martin Walsh and Celia McLoughlin


See family sheet


         Married to Frances J. Webster ~ 1916

         Married to Marie Babski Ackroyd


         Martha Louise m: Fred T. Emerson


         October 4, 1977 in Kirkland, Lake County, Ohio

Birth and Baptism


Census Records

         In the 1930 census, David is married and living with his wife Francesí sister at 744 East. 105th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.  Frank Young is the head of the household along with his wife Martha (Francesí sister) and his mother-in-law Emily Webster.  David is 35 years old, was married when he was 21, born in Ohio, and is a machinist in an auto factory.  Frances is 34, was 20 when they married, and was born in Pennsylvania.  Her father was born in Pennsylvania while her mother was born in Massachusetts.  Their daughter Martha is 11 uears old, was born in Ohio, and attends school.

         1920 Not found

         In the 1910 census David is living at 2543 East Thirteenth St. in Cleveland with his parents and six brothers and sisters.  David is 15 years old and works as an apprentice at a lithographic company.   

         In the 1900 census, David is living at 55 Hurd Street with his parents and 3 sibs; Maria, Celia, and George.  David is 5 years old and was born in June 1895.

Marriage Records

         Cuyahoga County Vol. 0099 Page 0229

         Married Marie Babski Ackroyd

Church Records

         St. Jeromeís Parish

Death Records



Transcribed from the Plain Dealer Oct. 5, 1977 page 6D

         WALSH: David E. Walsh, beloved father of Martha Emerson, brother of George Walsh, Maria Rinebolt, Colletta Farnsworth, and Claire Masterson.  Oct. 4.  Funeral Mass Thursday, Oct. 6, at St. Jeromeís Church at 10 a.m.  Interment Calvary Cemetery.  Family will receive friends at The Brickman & Sons Funeral Home. 21960 Euclid Ave. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.





         55 Hurd Street, Cleveland (1900 census)

         2543 East Thirteenth St., Cleveland (1910 census)

         744 East 105th Street, Cleveland (1930-1936)

Other Documentation


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