Person:Philip Farley (2)

Philip Joseph Farley
m. 26 Nov 1890
  1. Maryanne Farrelly1891 - 1973
  2. Brigid A Farrelly1893 - 1984
  3. James Farrelly1895 - 1983
  4. Eliza Jane Farrelly1897 - 1978
  5. Edward Farrelly1899 - 1902
  6. Alice T Farley1901 - 1977
  7. Patrick Farley1903 - 1960
  8. Ellie L. Farley1906 - 1992
  9. Philip Joseph Farley1908 - 1991
  10. Agnes M Farley1910 - 1975
  11. Francis (Frank) Farrelly1912 - 1982
  12. Peter Edward Farrelly1914 - 2000
m. 17 Mar 1935
  1. Philip Joseph Farley1936 - 2007
Facts and Events
Name Philip Joseph Farley
Alt Name[1] Philip Joseph Farrelly
Gender Male
Birth? 14 Oct 1908 Glasleck, Cavan, Ulster, IrelandGlassleck Monaghan County Monaghan, Ulster Ireland Townland: Glasleck Acres: 190 County: Monaghan Barony: Trough Civil Parish: Donagh Poor Law Union: Monaghan Province: Ulster Country: Ireland
Christening? Bailieborough, Cavan, Ulster, IrelandE-Mail: St. Anne's Bailieboro (Killann) Bailieborough, Cavan Ireland
Marriage 17 Mar 1935 New York, New York, New York, USAto Mary (May) King
Occupation[2] 11 May 1955 Cook
Death? 23 Apr 1991 Evanston, Cook, Illinois, USACause: Renal Failure / Atherosclerosis Map: Latitude: N42.0411111111111 Longitude: W87.69 URL: St. Francis Hospital 355 Ridge Avenue Evanston, IL 60202 USA
Burial? 25 Apr 1991 Des Plaines, Cook, Illinois, USAMap: Latitude: N42.0622222222222 Longitude: W87.8930555555555 All Saints Mausoleum 700 N. River Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60016-1278 USA All Saints Cemetery Des Plaines, Cook County, Illinois 700 N. River Rd. Des Plaines, IL 60016-1278 847-298-0450 Lat: 42° 03' 44"N, Lon: 087° 53' 35"W She was originally buried at Queen of Heaven Mausoleum but was moved to All Saints Mausoleum later

Philip's father Patrick died on 17 June 1924, two years later Philip came to America. This would mean Philip immigrated in 1926.

Philip Farley (same as Farrelly) married Mary (May) King on May 8th in New York in 1933 or 1934. I don't know if this is true. New York is the question.

Philip landed in this country in Newark New Jersey. He couldn't come into New York (he missed by a year). This makes sense Ellis Island closed as an immigration center in 1924.

Philip and May were introduced to each other by May's brother John and they got married in New York.

Philip Joseph became a citizen sometime between 1962 and 1965.

Written June 29, 1992 I have five (5) passports belonging to Philip. The first one is his first passport from Ireland the date of which is 16 July 1926. Quota Immigration Visa No. 13621 the 6th of August, 1926 signed by the American Consul. It says Place and Date of Birth: Co. Cavan 14-10-1908; Domicile: Irish Free State; Height 5-6; Face: Oval; Color of eyes: gray-blue. The second passport is Irish and dated 11 May 1955. Occupation cited is "cook". The third is also Irish, dated 24 June 1966 and his name is written Philip Farley. The fourth is a US passport dated 8 July 1968. The fifth is US and dates 2 April 1976. It is the only one that includes a photograph.

It seems that he became a US citizen between 24 June 1966 and 8 July 1968.

  1. Passport
    Irish Free State Passport dated 24 June 1966.
  2. Passport
    Irish Free State Passport - 11 May 1955.