Name: Catherine ``Kate'' Keyes 1 2
Name: Catherine Keyes Mulhall
Name: Catherine Kerigan 3
Birth: 1 Aug 1877 in Ireland 4 3 1
Death: 9 Aug 1971 in Des Moines,Iowa 5 3 6 1
Burial: 12 Aug 1971 south of Vail,Crawford Co.,Iowa
ADDR: St. Ann's Cemetery 5 1
Text: Biographical Information by Dennis Nicklaus:
Text: Catherine immigrated in 1901 and was a naturalized citizen. 4
SPOUSE-CHILDREN: Mel Foley's records. sheet B.2.
Mel names her Catherine Keyes Mulhall, so I am pretty sure
Keyes is her maiden name and Mulhall is her first husband's name
because Mary Mulhall must be a dau. from that first marriage
(acc. to 1920 census).
BIRTH-DEATH: I had Abt. 1878 from censuses. Fits
Note: FILE: OBITUARY
Note: GEDCHART Married 1st to Mr. Mulhall, imm. 1901
with Catherine Kerigan b. 1 Aug 1877 in SSDI.
Death date of 15 Aug 1971, last res. Des Moines is from SSDI.
Years 1877-1971 are on her tombstone.
But obit published Aug 10th says she died Aug 9, so the SSDI is off.
Still living in 1948 according to Minnie O'Donnell's obit.
- Mary Ann Mulhall b: 1 Dec 1904 in Fort Dodge, Iowa
Lewis James ``Lew'' Kerrigan b: Oct 1876 in Iowa
- James Kerrigan b: Abt 1916 in Crawford Co., Iowa
- Margaret Bridget Kerrigan b: 18 Feb 1919 in Crawford Co.,Iowa
- Title: Tombstone of the respective person
Text: Or sometimes information on the tombstone of a close relative,
such as a parent's stone naming their children.
- Text: Lawler Family Records kept by Mel Foley, sent to D. Nicklaus June 1996.
- Title: Social Security Death Index
Text: Available on the internet in 2012 at familysearch.org and ancestry.com.
- Title: 1920 Federal Census, Crawford Co., Iowa
- Title: Mrs. Catherine Kerigan
Name: Carroll (Iowa) Times Herald
Date: 10 Aug 1971
- Title: Obituary of Mrs. John O'Donnell
Text: Newspaper clipping, publication unknown.
Copy received from Michael Buck, Aug. 2002.
- Title: How the Lawlers Came to America
Text: This is about 10 typed pages, author unknown. It appears to have
been typed up in about 1944 (give or take several years). I get that
1944 date because the last section lists descendents, and appears to
cut off somewhere around 1944.
I got a copy from Robert Sheehy of San Diego in 2002, a descendent of
the Lawler Kealy family.