Person:Margaret McLaughlin (7)

Margaret McLaughlin
b.abt 1810 Ireland
d.26 Oct 1885 Rochester, New York
  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
  1. Mary T McLaughlin - 1885
  2. Susan Grace McLaughlin - 1902
  3. William H McLaughlin
Facts and Events
Name Margaret McLaughlin
Married Name[1][2] Margaret McLaughlin McLaughlin
Gender Female
Birth? abt 1810 Ireland
Marriage Rochester, Monroe, New York, United Statesto Patrick McLaughlin
Death[2] 26 Oct 1885 Rochester, New York
Burial[2] 29 Oct 1885 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
  1. History/Biographies 3 Vols , in Ross, Peter. A History of Long Island
    Vol 2, p. 94, 1902.

    Within biographical information about Hugh McLaughlin (1825-1904), longest serving political leader in Brooklyn, his parents and siblings are named. Hugh's sister Margaret married Patrick McLaughlin.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 26 Oct 1885, in Obituary of Margaret McLaughlin, page 1, 26 Oct 1885.

    The obituary noted that ex-Register Hugh McLaughlin had been notified by telegram that his sister Margaret McLaughlin had died in Rochester. It also noted that her son, William H. McLaughlin, who when notified that she was dying, went immediately from Brooklyn to Rochester and was in attendance when she died. William H. had been recently nominated for member of the State Assembly by the Democrats of the Second District. He belonged to the Fourth Ward of Kings County, Brooklyn. Also mentioned is that Margaret McLaughlin's remains would be brought to Brooklyn, NY.

  3.   Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 28 Oct 1885, in Death Notice of Margaret McLaughlin, page 5, 28 Oct 1885.

    Death notice states that Margaret McLaughlin died at Rochester, NY and she was the widow of Patrick McLaughlin. Friends and relatives were invited to attend her funeral form her late Brooklyn residence 93 Lawrence Street. Mass would be celebrated at St. James' Cathedral with interment at the Cemetery of the Holy Cross.

    The residence, 93 Lawrence Street, listed for deceased Margaret McLaughlin was the home of her son-in-law, Thomas McNeely, and her daughter, Margaret McLaughlin McNeely. Source: At U.S. City Directory, 1881, Brooklyn, NYC Directory, 1881, page 733. 28 Nov 2016