Research Results Report from Tara A. Fantauzzi, Professional Genealogist

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1 Research Results Report from Tara A. Fantauzzi, Professional Genealogist Date : 8 June 2015 Subject : Direct ancestors of, Carroll Francis Quinlan Starting Point Client submitted copies of original documentation which helps to verify her lineage as far back as generation four, see DAR Genealogy Worksheet. Client has a desire to apply as a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and believes her ancestor, Carroll Francis Quinlan, was a direct descendant of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Known D.A.R. Patriot, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, was born circa 1737 in Baltimore, Maryland, and was said to have died in Maryland on 14 November circa A D.A.R. Record Copy for Nat l No , was submitted, which is a copy of the lineage Catherine Hill Stewart proved to determine she was a descendant of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. No information in her lineage has any link or connection to Utica, New York. Most importantly, client paid volunteer librarian, Robert Barnes, for one hour of research to establish and prove a connection between client and Charles Carroll, but at the conclusion of his work he advised client to continue searching to prove a New York link to the Carroll family of Maryland. A preliminary analysis of the direct ancestors of Margaret T. Quinlan Hovish indicated there is not a likely connection between the Carroll ancestors of Margaret Hovish and the Carroll family of Maryland, linked to Charles Carroll of Carrolltown. The parents of Carroll Francis Quinlan were said to have been James Quinlan, and Mary C. Hogan, both born in Ireland, but migrated and settled in Utica, New York, where Carroll Francis Quinlan was born and baptized. Most importantly, a death certificate submitted for Mary C. Hogan Quinlan indicated she was born in Ireland on 25 December 1857, and died in Utica, New York on 12 January The parents of Mary C. Hogan were said to have been John Hogan and Margaret Carroll, and it is not clear if John and Margaret migrated to the United States at any point in time.

2 Page 2 of 8 Summary of Research Results In 1940 Carl Francis Quinlan and his wife Louise as well as his children Rosemary and Carl S. Quinlan resided in German Flatts, Herkimer, New York together. On a census from 1940 Carl and Louise were fifty-six years old and their twenty-nine year old daughter Rosemary worked as a nurse. Carl S. Quinlan was twenty-five in 1940 and worked as a laborer. Ten years earlier the family of Carl F. Quinlan resided in Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York. A census from 1930 indicated Carl F. Quinlan was a forty-six year old grocery store manager and he lived with his wife,children and in-laws. Louise A. Quinlan was the same age as her husband and had two children in 1930 named Rosemary and Carl S. Quinlan. The parents of Louise were named Frank M. and Rosina and their last name was spelled Schedener on the census. Frank M. was seventy-two years old and employed as a dry goods salesman. Rosina was seventy years old and had no occupation. Frank M. and Rosina were born in New York but all of their parents were said to have been born in Germany. In 1930 Carl was said to have been born in New York, but his parents were both said to have been born in Ireland. Five years earlier a New York State census revealed Carl, Louise, Carl Jr., and Rosemary Quinlan resided together in Olean, Cattaraugus County, New York. Carl worked as a merchant and his wife Louise took care of their home. Another five years earlier the Quinlan family was found to have resided in Helena, Philips County, Arkansas as proven by a census from On the census Carl F. Quinlan was described to have been president of a grocery company and as he had stated in the past he was born in New York to Irish parents. In 1920 the Quinlan children were pupils in grade school and kindergarten. In 1915 a New York State census was found to prove Carl F. Quinlan and his wife as well as his son Carl resided together in Utica, Oneida, New York. On the New York State census the wife of Carl was recorded as Anna L. and censuses help to prove she later went by the name Louise A. Carl F. Quinlan worked as a dry goods salesman which helps to explain how he later got involved in the grocery industry. At project start evidence submitted by client helped to prove Carl or Carroll Francis Quinlan was the son of James Quinlan and Mary Hogan. Census records from 1940 until 1915 helped to prove Carl F. Quinlan was born circa 1884 in New York to parents that were born in Ireland. A census from 1900 was found to prove Carl F. Quinlan resided in Utica, Oneida, New York with his parents James and Mary. On the census Carl was described as having been born in September 1882 in the State of New York to Irish parents. Carl was youngest of five children on the census from 1900 who were described as the children of James and Mary Quinlan and they were listed as follows: Margaret, Mary, Arthur and John Quinlan. The head of the household James Quinlan was said to have been born in May 1850 in Ireland to Irish parents, emigrated to the

3 Page 3 of 8 U.S. circa 1859 and by 1900 was a naturalized citizen of the United States. His occupation in 1900 was house painter which was also his son Arthur s occupation. Mary Quinlan, wife of James, was said to have been born in December 1854 and by 1900 she had six children, but only five were alive in Mary Quinlan was further described as having emigrated to the United States from Ireland in 1855 when she was less than a year old., which likely indicates she did not migrate alone. This also applies for her husband James because he was about nine years old when he left Ireland and likely did not migrate alone. Twenty years earlier in 1880 James Quinlan and his family resided in Utica, Oneida, New York. In 1880 James was twenty-nine and worked as a butcher. His wife Mary was twenty-seven and took care of their home and three children Margaret, Mary and Arthur Quinlan. Ten years earlier a nineteen year old James Quinlan resided in Utica, Oneida, New York with his likely parents John and Ellen as well as his siblings Edmund, James, John and Mary Quinlan. In 1870 James Quinlan was employed as a teamster and although the census did not indicate his parentage it is highly likely the head of household and his wife were his parents. John Quinlan was the head of the house and was employed as a laborer. He was born in Ireland circa 1825 and his wife Ellen was born in Ireland circa 1830, but their children John and Mary were born in the United States circa 1853, which liekly indicates the Quinlan family arrived at the U.S. earlier than Two additional copies of original evidence were found in relation to the Quinlan family. The 1900 census indicated James Quinlan resided in Utica with a residence on what appears to be recorded as 409 Blandico street. An article from the Utica Sunday Tribune indicated a man named James Quinlan, who resided at 403 Blandina Street, received word of the death of his sister, Mrs. Robert Sedow, which occurred in New York City. She was born in Utica 50 years ago [illegible], a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Quinlan. His sister was said to have been a member of St. John s Church which was where James was married in Three years later an article from the Utica Herald Dispatch indicated Johanna Quinlan, widow of Edward Quinlan, died in Her obituary indicated she was survived by her brother in law James Quinlan of 743 Blandina Street. Looking back at the census from 1870 the wife of Robert Sedow was most likely Mary Quinlan because on the census he was born in New York state circa The census from 1870 also helps to prove James had a brother named Edward Quinlan. To learn more about Mary Hogan Quinlan census records and an obituary were searched for and obtained. It is important to remember the parents of Mary Hogan Quinlan were said to have been John Hogan and Margaret Carroll. Census records on Mary Hogan Quinlan from 1900 and later indicated she was born in Ireland in

4 Page 4 of 8 December 1854 and was said to have emigrated from Ireland to the United States circa 1855 when she was less than a year old. An obituary for Mrs. Margaret Carroll from 1903 was obtained and it indicated she was the widow of Thomas Hogan. Margaret Carroll Hogan was said to have been born in Tipperary, Ireland and at an early age she was said to have migrated with her brother William Carroll. The husband of Margaret was said to have died circa 1894 and the obituary indicated they were married at St. John s Church in Utica circa Margaret Carroll Hogan was said to have died at the home of her niece Mrs. J.P. Owens, of Utica and she was survived by two other nieces named Mrs. E. Donlon and Mrs. J. Shaughnessy, also of Utica. Her brother William Carroll survived her and one nephew named James Carroll of Chicago was also listed as survivor. The obituary of Mrs. Margaret Carroll Hogan did not indicate she left behind a daughter named Mary Hogan. In 1900 Mary Hogan was said to have left Ireland in 1855 which was a few years after Mrs. Margaret Carroll Hogan was said to have been married at St. John s Church in Utica to Thomas Hogan around Census records on Margaret and Thomas Hogan were found from the years 1880, 1870, 1865 as well as All four census records help to prove Margaret Carroll Hogan did not have any biological children. The census records help to prove this Margaret Carroll Hogan was born circa 1835 in Ireland and likely migrated to the United States in 1853 or earlier. Additional research time was used to search for and obtain a census record on Mary Hogan before she married James Quinlan in 1873, but no strong matches were found in Utica, Oneida, New York. In 1850 a family of Hogan s were found where the head of household was John and his wife was Margaret, but they did not have a daughter named Mary. It is also not likely the family of Mary Hogan was in the United States early enough to have made a census from 1850 according to data indicated by Mary on a census from One last census was found from 1910 and it may be linked to our subject of focus Margaret Carroll Hogan. In 1910 a woman named Margaret Hogan resided in Utica, Oneida, New York with her widowed daughter Mary Beh. On the census from 1910 Margaret was born circa 1835 in Ireland to Irish parents, but she also stated she had three children by 1910 and only one was alive in This fact helps to prove this census was not likely for the right individual because her daughter Mary Hogan Quinlan was alive in 1910.

5 Page 5 of 8 Itemized List of Research Results CARROLL , The Utica Journal - Obituary for Mrs. Margaret Carroll Hogan HOGAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 182 HOGAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 49 HOGAN New York State Census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 287 HOGAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 362 HOGAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 34 HOGAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 218 QUINLAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 232 QUINLAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 297 QUINLAN Federal census, Utica, Oneida, New York, Family No. 67 QUINLAN Utica Sunday Tribune, Death, James' Sister, Mrs. Robert Sedow QUINLAN New York State population census, Utica, Oneida, New York QUINLAN Utica Herald Dispatch, Obituary for Johanna Quinlan QUINLAN Federal census, Helena, Philips, Arkansas, Family No. 287 QUINLAN New York State census, Olean, Cattaraugus, New York QUINLAN Federal census, Schenectady, New York, Family No. 294 QUINLAN Federal population census, German Flatts, Herkimer, New York

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7 Page 7 of 8 Summary of Research Recommendations It has not been possible to locate an 1860 Federal population census, 1865 New York State census and 1870 Federal population census for Mary Hogan in Utica, Oneida, New York before she was married to her husband James Quinlan. A 1900 Federal population census found on James and Mary Quinlan indicated Mary was born in December 1854 in Ireland and was said to have emigrated from Ireland to the United States in 1855 when she was less than one year old. It is not likely Mary traveled from Ireland to the United States alone because she left at such at young age. It may be possible Mary Hogan and her family resided outside of Utica, Oneida, New York, which would explain why it has not been possible to locate an 1860 Federal population census, 1865 New York State census and 1870 Federal population census for Mary Hogan, her parents or siblings. It is recommended a search for additional census records be done to continue searching to obtain a record that could have been linked to Mary Hogan before her marriage to James Quinlan. Searches will also be done to obtain migration and newspaper records on Mary C. Hogan and her parents. It is recommended some correspondence time be used to obtain one death registration from the Utica City Clerk for Margaret Carroll Hogan. To learn more about the Quinlan ancestors it is recommended up to one research hour be done to search for and obtain U.S. census, migration, newspaper and misc. records on John Quinlan, Ellen Quinlan and James Quinlan. It is also recommended to use some correspondence time to obtain three death registrations for John, Ellen and James from the Utica City Clerk. Research time is recommended to be done first to determine an approximate dates of death for John and Ellen Quinlan. It is not clear whether or not is is possible Mary C. Hogan was a descendant of Charles Carroll of Carrollton because her parentage has not yet been fully verified.

8 Page 8 of 8 Itemized List of Research Recommendations 1A. Digital Collections Survey, Up to 1 hour research time U.S. census, migration and newspaper records on Mary C. Hogan and her parents outside of Utica, Oneida, New York 1B. Correspondence,.25 correspondence time Death registration for Margaret Carroll Hogan, Utica City Clerk, $22 2A. Digital Collections Survey, Up to 1 hour research time U.S. census, migration, newspaper and misc. records on John Quinlan, Ellen Quinlan and James Quinlan 2B. Correspondence,.25 correspondence time Death registration for John Quinlan, Utica City Clerk, $22 Death registration for Ellen Quinlan, Utica City Clerk, $22 Death registration for James Quinlan, Utica City Clerk, $22 Death registration for Margaret Carroll Hogan

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