Person:Susan McLaughlin (2)

Watchers
Susan McLaughlin
b.say 1808 Ireland
  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. Bernard McLaughlinEst 1824 - 1848
  2. Hugh "Bub" McLaughlin1827 - 1899
  3. Ann McLaughlinAbt 1835 - 1907
  4. Henry McLaughlin1841 - Bef 1897
  5. Elizabeth McLaughlin1846 - 1878
  6. Grace McLaughlin1847 - 1928
  7. Mary McLaughlin1844 - 1913
Facts and Events
Name[2] Susan McLaughlin
Married Name[2] Susan McLaughlin McLaughlin
Alt Name[3] Sarah McLaughlin
Gender Female
Birth[4] say 1808 IrelandParents emigrated 1812
Death[1] 1 October 1850 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Alt Death[3] 10 Oct 1850 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
Burial[1] Oct 1850 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United StatesHoly Cross Cemetery

Susan McLaughlin (1808-1850), sister of Hugh McLaughlin (1825-1904) and mother of Hugh "Bub" McLaughlin (1827-1899), is commemorated in 2 cemeteries at 3 gravesites. All agree that she was 42 years old.

In the graveyard attached to St. James' Pro-Cathedral, Jay Street in Brooklyn, there is a marker for her. Her death date is recorded as 1 Oct 1850. Her father Hugh McLaughlin, d. 9 Feb 1835, aged 50 years, and her brother Luke, d. 18 Jun 1849, aged 32, are buried there as reported in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, "The Cathedral Ground," 9 Dec 1888, p. 6. The article states that Susannah Duffy was the last person buried there on 1 Jul 1849.

In Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn, Susan's name is inscribed on her son Hugh "Bub" McLaughlin' family monument with death date of 1 Oct 1850. Her name is also inscribed on her parents' Hugh McLaughlin and Grace McLaughlin's family monument. Her death date here is recorded as 10 Oct 1850. This latter monument is best known for the inscription for Hugh McLaughlin and his wife Sarah Ellen Kays.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas F. Meehan. A Village Churchyard. Historical Records and Studies. (United States Catholic Historical Society, June 1914)
    191, June 1914.

    Thomas F. Meehan, "A Village Churchyard," Historical Records and Studies of the United States Catholic Historical Society, vol. 7 (1914), pp. 183-

  2. 2.0 2.1 History/Biographies 3 Vols, in Ross, Peter. A history of Long Island: from its earliest settlement to the present time. (New York and Chicago: Lewis Publishing Company, 1902)
    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 Susan married John McLaughlin.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Surname McLaughlin, in Silinonte, Joseph Michael, and New York) Cemetery of the Holy Cross (Flatbush. Tombstones of the Irish born : cemetery of the Holy Cross, Flatbush, Brooklyn. (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, c1994)
    78.
  4. She died at the age of 42.