Person:John Corrigan (8)

John Patrick Corrigan
m. Abt 1842
  1. Michael William CorriganAbt 1843 - 1917
  2. Hugh Corrigan1846 - 1894
  3. Rose Ann Corrigan1849 - 1896
  4. John Patrick Corrigan1851 - 1920
  5. William Patrick Corrigan1854 -
  6. Patrick Corrigan1855 - 1872
  7. James W. Corrigan1858 - 1925
  8. Ellen Corrigan1860 - 1936
  9. Joseph Corrigan1862 - 1944
  10. Peter William Corrigan1865 - 1944
m. 18 Jun 1889
  1. Infant Corrigan
  2. Patrick J. Corrigan1890 - 1982
  3. Mary Adeline Corrigan1891 - 1975
  4. John Francis Corrigan1896 -
Facts and Events
Name John Patrick Corrigan
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3][4] 20 Nov 1851 Mara, Ontario, Canada West, Canada
Marriage 18 Jun 1889 Uptergrove, Ontario, Ontario, CanadaSt. Columbkille's Church
to Bridget Clarke
Death[5][6] 20 Oct 1920 Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Burial[7] Oct 1920 St. Columbkille Roman Catholic Cemetery, Uptergrove, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Reference Number? 2147
  1. Church baptism record
    Record at St. Gregory The Great Ch., Oshawa, Ont.; LDS reel # 1305881,item # 2, p. 24, top.

    QUAY 3 "1852" above entry: "On the 4th of January, was baptized John, born the 20th of November last, son of Patrick Corregan and Ellen McCanelly; Sponsors: Hugh McCanelly, Ellen O'Neill; by J B Proulx"

  2. tombstone
    St. Columbkille's Cem., Uptergrove, Ontario.

    QUAY 3 "In memory of John P. Corrigan born Nov. 20th 1851..."

  3. Census Records
    1851-2 Canadian Census, Ontario Co., Mara & Rama Twps.; p. 1 # 25.

    QUAY 3 "born during 1851"

  4. Census Records
    1901 Census, Ontario, Ontario N.(97), Mara twp(h-2) p. 10.

    QUAY 3 #34, 88, 88, Corrigan, John, Head, married, born Ont. 18 May 1855, age 45; irish origin, R. Cath., farmer

  5. tombstone
    St. Columbkille's R. C. Cem., Uptergrove, Ont.; LDS fiche # 6087208, p. 50.

    QUAY 3 stone # 387, CORRIGAN: "In memory of John P. Corrigan, born Nov. 20th, 1851, Died Oct. 20th, 1920..."

  6. obituary
    The Orillia Times; 4 November, 1920.

    QUAY 3 The Late John P. Corrigan:
    On Wednesday, October 20, the Angel of Death called to its eternal reward the soul of a well known and highly respected resident of Mara township, in the person of Mr. John Corrigan, after a lingering illness of nearly three years borne with great patience and fortitude. Mr. Corrigan was born in Mara nearly sixty-nine years ago. He married Miss Bridget Clarke, of Uptergrove and settled in on a farm near the old homestead, where they have resided since. Their marriage was blessed with four children, Rev. Father J. F. Corrigan. of Holy Family Parish, Toronto; Patrick and Mary at home, and one boy who died in infancy. He was a very charitable man of cheerful, contented, disposition, loved: and respected by all who knew him. He had the consolation of being surrounded by his loving wife and family in his last moments. The funeral took place on Friday to St. Columbkill's Church, and was one of the largest ever held in the district, the church being filled with relatives and friends whose esteem had been testified by the many spiritual offerings. Solemn Requiem High Mass was celebrated by his son, Rev. Father Corrigan; Rev. Father Armstrong, of Orillia, as Deacon, Rev. Father McGrath, of Toronto, as Sub-Deacon, Rev. Father Flannigan of Uptergrove, was Master of Ceremonies;
    Rev. Father W. Kelly, of Toronto, was assisted in the choir, and Rev. Father
    Hayes, of Toronto, delivered a very appropriate sermon. Rev. Father's Morrow arid Carberry were in the Sanctuary. The remains were interred in St. Columbkill's cemetery.
    He is also survived by four brothers and one sister: William, of Oregon, Joseph, of Texas; : James and Peter, of Mara, and Mrs. J. Desrnotid, of Brechin. The pallbearers were Messrs: J. Desmond, P. Clarke, F. Clarke, L. Roche, M. Doolan and D. Calderwood. Heartfelt sympathy is extended to the bereaved family in the loss of a devoted and loving husband, and one of the best fathers who was loved in life and honored in

  7. tombstone
    At St. Columbkille's Cem., Uptergrove.

    QUAY 3 "In Memory of John P. Corrigan...died Oct 20th 1920"