I will place on this page information that likely relates to my McEnery family, but where I have not made the connection.
1901 Irish Census. Newcastle D.E.D., parish unnamed, County Limerick:
Thomas McEnery, draper, 33, householder, RC, b. Co. Limerick
Mary McEnery, 11 mos., daughter, RC, b. Co. Limerick
Eugene McEnery, 1, son, RC, b. Co. Limerick
Kathleen McEnery, draper, 29, wife, RC, b. Co. Limerick
Baptismal Record, R.C. Parish, Monagea, Co. Limerick:
Patrick McEnery, son of Eugene McEnery and Maria Collins of Crean, baptized 26 May 1864, the sponsors being John McEnery and Mgt. Collins.
On 13 February 1877, Thomas McEnery (RC) married Margaret Sheahan (RC), with John Sheehan and Ellen Sheehan as witnesses.
Marriage Record, R.C. Parish, Monagea, Co. Limerick:
On 23 February 1857, Thomas McEnery (RC) married Maria Harnett (RC) of Kelleedy, with Con. Harnett and Jeremiah McEnery as witnesses.
1891 Directory of Newark, Essex County, New Jersey:
There is a Catherine McEnery, wid. Thomas, living at 206 Jefferson St., Newark.
1871 Directory of Newark, Essex County, New Jersey:
There is a Mary McEnery operating a saloon at 36 Greene St. Newark.
Patrick McEnery, son of John McEnery and Ellen Barry, age 53, born in Ireland, living at 524 First Avenue, a widower, died 11 July 1919, buried in Calvary Cemetery.
Living on West 126th Street is Josephine Collins, age 36, b. U.S., 17 years in the U.S. [so was she born here?], running a lodging house, Living with her are her cousin, Mrs. Mary Shanahan, age 27, b. Ireland, 18 years in the U.S.; Mary's daughter Eileen, age 9, b. in the U.S.; and Josephine's counsin Patrick McEnery, [listed as "McHenry"], age 36, b. Ireland, 16 years in the U.S., a grocery clerk.
Mrs. Mary Shanahan is Mary McEnery, daughter of Eugene McEnery and Mary Collins. Josephine Collins must be the daughter of a brother of Mary Collins. My first guess would be that Patrick is Mary's brother, but if I have my facts straight, Mary's brother Patrick married Margaret Shanahan in Jersey City in 1898.
In June of 1899, Mary Shanahan, age 25, Eileen Shanahan, age 2, and Josephine Clifford, age 5, left New York aboard the Majestic, and landed at Queenstown on 29 June 1899. The three were all identified as Irish (not foreigners.) They returned on the Majestic, arriving in New York on 21 September 1899, bringing with them Eugene (Mary Shanahan's father), age 55, from Newcastle west, Johanna Collins, age 30, Katie Shanahan, age 20, Mamie Clifford, age 9. They were going to join Eugene’s daughter, Mrs. Shanahan, living at 564 1st Street, Hoboken, NJ.
How is Johanna Collins related to Josephine Collins, and how are they related to Eugene McEnery's wife, Mary Collins?
1911 Irish Census. Crean, County Limerick:
Ellen, b. abt. 1856
Patrick, b. abt. 1857
Michael, b. abt. 1863
Mary Ann, b. abt. 1864
James, b. abt. 1866
Catherine, b. abt. 1867
Johanna, b. abt. 1871
Elizabeth McEnery, 21, typist, last permanent res: Newcastle West Father John McEnery, Camas, Newcastle West going to NY Brother Michael McEnery, 2561 88th St., Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. b. Newcastle West
Headstone in the cemetery of Castlemahon:
Here lies the body of Patrick McEnery of Ballenlehune [i.e. Ballinahown?] who dep this lfe March the 17th 1804 ag'd 34 yrs. also his son William, P.P. of Glin, who dep'd this life July the 7th 1816 age 32 years.May they rest in Peace. Amen.
Ashe's Directory of Limerick
H. & E. Ashe, The Limerick City and Counties of Limerick and Clare Directory, 1891-92
McEnery Thomas, carpenter, Glendiheen
Brewer and maltster
McEnery William, Maiden street
Parish Monagay Parish
McEnery Daniel, Camas McEnery James W., Camas McEnery, Thomas, Ballynahown
McEnery Elizabeth, Dromin (Beesom)
McEnery John, "Limerick Leader," 30 Patrick street