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Name Birth/Death Submitter
Boak, Charles b.1776; d.1866 Sandy Grace
Boak, Elizabeth ? Sandy Grace
Boak, James b.c.1792; d.1882 Sandy Grace
Boak, John ? Sandy Grace
Boak (nee Calderwood), Mary d.1833 Sandy Grace
Boak, Robert b.c.1789; d.1867 Sandy Grace
Boak, Sarah ? Sandy Grace
Boak, William b.1784; d.bef.1830 Sandy Grace
Calderwood, Anges Nancy b.c.1798; d.1875 Sandy Grace
Calderwood, Elizabeht b.c.1811; d.1875 Sandy Grace
Calderwood (nee Hanson), Isabella d.1838 Sandy Grace
Calderwood, Jemima b.c.1815; d.1897 Sandy Grace
Calderwood, John b.c.1769; d.1838 Sandy Grace
Coleman, Mary Elizabeth (nee Crozier) b.1895; d.1959 Mary Jarvis
Coleman, Michael b.1889; d.1973 Mary Jarvis
Conlon, Bridget b.1877; d.1958 Mary Jarvis
Conlon, Margaret b.1881; d.1945 Mary Jarvis
Conway, Elizabeth Mary (nee Crozier) b.1858; d.1936 Mary Jarvis
Conway, John b.1857; d.1941 Mary Jarvis
Crozier, Ellen (nee Devlin) b.1850; d.1932 Mary Jarvis
Crozier, Francis b.1843; d.1921 Mary Jarvis
Crozier, Margaret b.1854; d.1914 Mary Jarvis
Crozier, Mark b.1872; d.1893 Mary Jarvis
Donahue, James b.1879; d.1945 Mary Jarvis
Donahue, Margaret Anne (nee Crozier) b.1889; d.1962 Mary Jarvis
Duffin, James b.c.1790; d.1872 Peggy Gordon
McChesney, Jane (nee Calderwood) b.c.1744; d.1851 Sandy Grace
McChesney, William ? Sandy Grace
McCourt, Sarah A. (Sadie) (nee Crozier) b.1891; d.1972 Mary Jarvis
McCullough, James b.c.1807; d.1879 Maureen Thomas
McCullough, Mary b.c.1812; d.1867 Maureen Thomas
McNamee, Bridget (nee Clarke) b.c.1861; d.1932 Doug McNamee
McNamee, Patrick Paul b.c.1864; d.1912 Doug McNamee
McQuade, George H. b.1829; d.1906 JoAnn Varel
O"Neill, John b.1866; d.1932 Maureen Thomas
Quinn, Frank b.1810; d.1885 C. E. Martin
     
     
     
     
Frank Quinn b.1810 County Tyrone, d.24 Dec 1885 Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine, USA.
Buried Prince of Peace Mount Hope Cemetery, Lewiston, Maine m. Margaret  b. Ireland c. 1815 
d. 21 January 1899.  Buried Prince of Peace Mt. Hope Lewiston, Androscoggin, Maine. Issue: (All born Maine) Roseanna 1850-?; John William 1852- c.1920; Mark 1854, James 1858.

Michael Coleman, son of Stewart Coleman and Sarah Taylor, b. 25 Aug 1889, Ardboe, Co. Tyrone; d. 11 May 1973, Tewksbury, MA, USA. He married Mary Elizabeth “Bessie” Crozier, daughter of John Crozier and Catherine McIvor, b. 19 Jan 1895, Derrychrin, Co. Tyrone, d. 4 May 1959, Cumberland, RI, USA. Both buried Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Cumberland, RI (gravestone)

James Donahue, son of Henry Donahue (Donaghy) and Margaret Taylor, b. 8 Aug 1879, Gortigal, Co. Tyrone; d. 9 Feb 1945, Central Falls, RI, USA, married Margaret Anne Crozier, daughter of John Crozier and Catherine McIvor, b. 1 Feb 1889, Moortown, Co. Tyrone, d. 3 Aug 1962, Pawtucket, RI. Both buried Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Cumberland, RI (gravestone)

Sarah A. “Sadie” McCourt (nee Crozier), daughter of Owen Crozier and Margaret Conlon, b. 23 Aug 1891, Clunto Richardson, Co. Tyrone; d. 6 Apr 1972, RI; married Joseph H. McCourt b.1885, d.1965. Both buried Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Cumberland, RI (gravestone)

Francis Crozier, son of George Crozier and Mary “Molly” Quinn, b. 22 Dec 1843, Moortown, Co. Tyrone; d. 20 Oct 1921, Cumberland, RI. He married Ellen Devlin, daughter of James Devlin and Sarah McKeown, B. 10 Apr 1850, Tamnavally, Co. Tyrone, d. 27 Dec 1932, Cumberland, RI. Their son Mark Crozier, b. 8 Dec 1872, near Arboe, Co. Tyrone, d. 1893, RI. All buried St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Cumberland, RI. (gravestone)

John Conway, son of John Conway and Mary A. O’Neill, b. 7 Aug 1857,  Co. Tyrone, d. 15 Jan 1941, Cumberland, RI. He married Elizabeth Mary “Liza” Crozier, daughter of George Crozier and Mary “Molly” Quinn, b. 8 Oct 1858, Clunto Richardson, Co. Tyrone; d. 19 Apr 1936, Cumberland, RI. (gravestone)

Margaret Conlon, daughter of Patrick Conlon and Anne Crozier, b. 3 Jul 1881, Aneetermore, Co. Tyrone; d. 1945, Cumberland, RI. Her sister Bridget Conlon, b. 17 Dec 1877, Aneetermore, Co. Tyrone; d. 1958, RI. Both buried St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Cumberland, RI. (gravestone)

Margaret Crozier, daughter of George Crozier and Mary “Molly” Quinn, b. 15 Jan 1854, Clunto Richardson, Co. Tyrone; d. 14 Jan 1918, Cumberland, RI. Buried St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Cumberland, RI. (gravestone)

James McCullough b.c.1807, Co. Tyrone; died 6 Nov 1879 (gravestone). Buried Old Baptist Cemetery, Frankfort, Ross County, Ohio.
Mary McCullough b.c.1812, Co. Tyrone; died 9 Mar 1867 (gravestone). Buried Old Baptist Cemetery, Frankfort, Ross County, Ohio.
John O’Neill b.1866 [gravestone incorrectly shows 1868], Coalisland, Donaghenry, Co. Tyrone; d.1932. Parents Patrick O’Neill & Catherine Gervin. Emigrated May 1880. Buried in Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Wellston, Jackson County, Ohio. (gravestone)
Charles Boak - b. 1776, d. 12 Nov 1866. Married Mary Bell in 1816, she is from Ireland (more detail is not known). They had 11 children: William, Rebecca, Margaret, Eliza, Aaron, Robert, Charles, Mary Ann, James Washington, Sarah Ellen, and Martha Jane. Both Charles and Mary are buried at Rose Point Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Rose Point, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, USA Charles gravestone marker is still there. Mary's marker had broken and was removed for repair but never returned. Markers
William Boak b. Abt 1784 d. Bef 1830. Married Martha Bradley b. 1780, Ireland (more detail is not known). Per an 1830 census they had 4 children, 2 daughters and two sons. The sons were named John and Charles. William died in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA. "William and Martha (Bradley) Boak, natives of Ireland, though married in Scotland. William Boak carried on a distillery in Beaver county, and was a large landowner in his day. He belonged to the Presbyterian Church, and was a man of much prominence in the community." Source: Biographical Annals of Lancaster, Pennsylvania (where their granddaughter lived: Mary Bradley Boak married to Lewis Brinton)
Robert Boak b. Abt 1789, d. 2 Mar 1867. Married Mary Calderwood* b bef 1816 and died 12 Aug 1833 from cholera. She is also originally from Tyrone, NI and moved to the USA at age 2. Robert and Mary had 4 children: Jane, Margaret (Maggie Eliza) Calderwood, John Calderwood, and Robert (III) After Mary died of cholera 12 Aug 1833 Robert married Jane _____ also from Ireland (b. c. 1806 d 21 Jul 1898. No further information is known). Robert attended Wylie Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as did his brother James. Several of his children were baptized at this church. Robert (Jr) was buried  5 Mar 1867, Franklin Cemetery, Kensington, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Jane was buried 23 Jul 1898, Franklin Cemetery, Kensington, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
James Boak b. c. 1792  d 8 Oct 1882. Married abt 1832 to Elizabeth Jane McCreary b. Abt 1805, d. 7 Mar 1879. James and Elizabeth had 3 children: Mary Isabella, John, and Charles. James attended Wylie Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as did his brother Robert. Several of his children were baptized at this church. James was buried 13 Oct 1882, Odd Fellows Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
Elizabeth (Eliza) BOAK - Her father was born circa 1740 and siblings with known DOB in the 1770s-1790s. Eliza lived in, and thought to have died in, Ohio. Per 1883 letter from Robert Boak (Jr) to his brother Charles Boak: "Of my sister Elizabeth I know nothing the last acct. I received from yourself That she had removed to the state of Ohio. From no other quarter but from you have I heard anything respecting her." Notes from another family member indicated Sarah had married "A Dutchman".
Sarah Boak - Her father was born circa 1740 and siblings with known DOB in the 1770s-1790s. Sarah lived in, and thought to have died in, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Per 1883 letter from Robert Boak (Jr) to his brother Charles Boak: "My sister Sarah arrived in Phila. last fall with her husband is every day at work. She has three children, two Sons and one Daughter. her Eldest son is learned to a trade."
John Boak - His father was born circa 1740 and siblings with known DOB in the 1770s-1790s. John lived in, and thought to have died in, Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Per 1883 letter from Robert Boak (Jr) to his brother Charles Boak: "Our brother John is married has no children…" Later family notes indicate John had two daughters, Mary and Martha. Mary converted and became a Catholic nun.
John Calderwood & family came out of County Tyrone, Ireland to America in 1816. The family boarded the Brig Wellington at the port of Newry, County Down, Ireland and arrived at the port of Philadelphia on August 5, 1816. In the Calderwood party were:
    John (b.c. 1769 d 1 Jun 1838 Big Beaver, Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
    Isabella (nee Hanson) (b? d 3 Mar 1838 Big Beaver, Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
    Elizabeth (aka Isabella; b c 1811, d 26 Jan 1875, Beaver County, Pennsylvania)
    Jemima (b c 1815, d 25 Dec 1897 Lawrence County, Pennsylvania; married Rev James Black)
    Agnes (middle name Nancy. b c 1798 d 10 Jun 1875, Scott TWP., Lawrence County, Pennsylvania; married John Davis)
    Mary (see above - spouse of Robert Boak (Jr.)
    In addition, Jane (Calderwood) McChesney (b c 1744-d 1851in New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania) and her husband, William McChesney, were also aboard the ship.
    [Source: Tepper, Michael: Passenger Arrivals at the port of Philadelphia 1800-1819, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986]
James Duffin was born in Kilsally, Co. Tyrone 1790-1791. He emigrated with his family May 15 - 25, 1850 to Brookfield, Ohio but by 1857, he had moved to a farm 8 miles west of Rochester on the Mantorville Road in Kalmar Township, Olmsted Co, Minnesota where he died Apr 22 ,1872.

George H. McQuade was born 18 November 1829 in Co. Tyrone, Ireland. His parents were: Dominick (1800- ) and Susan McQuade (1810 ------). He came to America in 1846 and resided in St. Louis. On 6 December 1855, he married (Mrs.) Catherine Ramsey Tague, born 26 January 1826 in Co. Monaghan, Ireland, the daughter of George & Margaret Ramsey. George H. McQuade died 5 May 1906 and his wife, Catherine Ramsey McQuade on 11 April 1900. Both are buried in St. Felicitas Cemetery, Beaver Prairie, Wheatfield Township, Clinton County, Illinois. Etched in Catherine’s tombstone are the words “Peace Perfect Peace”.

Obituary - “George H. McQuade, Sr., aged 77 years, died at his home in Beaver Prairie [Clinton Co, Illinois] Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Deceased was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in 1829 and in 1846 (age 17) he emigrated to this country, making St. Louis his new home {in an area called Kerry Patch}. Here he married Mrs. Catherine Ramsey Montague. In 1873, he removed to Beaver Prairie, this county, where he engaged in farming. This he kept up until old age called a halt, where upon the three sons managed his 640 acre farm. Through good management and industry he accumulated a fair share of this world’s goods. His qualities as a man and a citizen endeared him to all his neighbors. The funeral will take place from the Beaver Prairie Catholic Church Saturday morning at 9 o’clock {5/12/1906}. Three sons and 16 grandchildren survive him.”

Patrick Paul McNamee b.c. 1864 Co. Tyrone and died 27 May 1912. He emigrated to the USA c. 1880. He owned the McNamee Charcoal Company, a very successful business in Brooklyn, NY. His wife, Bridget Clarke was b.c. 1861 Co. Tyrone and died 20 June 1932. They are buried in Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, Queens, New York.