Person:Cornelius McLaughlin (1)

Watchers
  1. Susan McLaughlinEst 1808 - 1850
  2. Margaret McLaughlinAbt 1810 - 1885
  3. Luke McLaughlinEst 1817 - 1849
  4. Patrick McLaughlinAbt 1819 - Bef 1899
  5. James McLaughlinAbt 1821 - Bef 1899
  6. Unknown McLaughlin
  7. Unknown McLaughlin
  8. Anne McLaughlinAbt 1821 - 1880
  9. Cornelius McLaughlinEst 1827 - 1899
  10. Hugh McLaughlin1828 - 1904
Facts and Events
Name Cornelius McLaughlin
Alt Name[1] Cornelius M'Laughlin
Gender Male
Alt Birth? say 1826 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Birth[5] say 1827 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Death[2][5] 21 Mar 1899 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Cause of Death[3] 21 Mar 1899 cancer of the jaw and head; unmarried
References
  1. Obituary Cornelius M'Laughlin, in The Daily Standard Union: Brooklyn
    p. 2, col 7, 23 Mar 1899.

    www.fultonhistory.com
    The obituary states that Cornelius, the brother of Hugh McLaughlin, the Democratic leader in Brooklyn, was 73 years old.

  2. New York, Kings County Estate Files, 1866-1923.

    "New York, Kings County Estate Files, 1866-1923," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-673-11298-3242-3?cc=1466356&wc=MPCG-YHB:44954901,128850501,130408301 : accessed 16 Jul 2014), Kings County > Mc > McLaughlin, Cornelius (1899) > image 2 of 7; citing Surrogate Court, Brooklyn.

    Relatives: Hugh McLaughlin (brother), Mrs. Ann O'Connor, niece, William H. McLaughlin (nephew), Margaret E. McNeely (niece), Susan G. McLaughlin (niece), Amelia S. Farrell (niece), Jane Grace Plumb (niece), Mary Law (niece), Grace McLaughlin (niece), George McLaughlin (nephew)

  3. New-York Tribune (New York City, New York)
    9, 23 Mar 1899.

    Cornelius McLaughlin . . . died on Tuesday at the home of his niece, Mrs. Lorenzo O'Connor, No. 141 Canton-st., Brooklyn, in his seventy-third year. . . . He was born in Furman St. . . . Cornelius McLaughlin was utterly unlike his brother physically and mentally. He was more than six feet tall, and always wore a shabby stove-pipe hat. He had no political influence whatever, and was poor and illiterate."

  4.   Obit of Cornelius McLaughlin, in Irish World (New York)
    1 April 1899.

    "only brother of former Register Hugh McLaughlin . . . born in Brooklyn 74 years ago . . . He was a bachelor, and resided with his niece Mrs. Lorenzo O'Connor, at 141 Canton street . . . mechanic in the City Works Department.

  5. 5.0 5.1 New York Times 23 March 1899