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Catherine Dooley 

*1828 - †23 Feb 1899
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a) Bay City Times-Press, February 23, 1899 A Pioneer Resident Death of Mrs. Patrick Carney Early this Morning After a long illness, Mrs. Patrick Carney died at 12:20 o’clock this morning at the home of her daughter, 108 Columbus Avenue. Mrs. Carney was born in County Roscommon, Ireland, 72 years ago. She was married to Patrick Carney who passed to eternal rest in 1887 in this city, in the city of Birmingham, England, 51 years ago. Shortly after their marriage, the couple came to this country, locating at Detroit, whence they moved to Bay City 42 years ago. Mrs. Carney was the mother of Mrs. Lawrence McHugh, Mrs. John W. Thompson, of Monroe street, Mrs. Benj. Crittenden, Patrick, Frank, William, and Thomas Carney. She was a person of many fine qualities and during her long residence in Bay City had acquired a wide circle of acquaintances. During her latter years she lived a retired life, being partially blind for the past four years. She became dangerously ill last Saturday, from effects of the grip. She is listed in several R.L.Polks as being Widow of Patrick, but she disappears between the 1899/1900 and 1902 editions.

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1) Address: Birmingham, Saint Martin, Warwick, England

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Bay City Times-Press, February 23, 1899

A Pioneer Resident
Death of Mrs. Patrick Carney Early this Morning

After a long illness, Mrs. Patrick Carney died at 12:20 o’clock this morning at the home of her daughter, 108 Columbus Avenue.

Mrs. Carney was born in County Roscommon, Ireland, 72 years ago. She was married to Patrick Carney who passed to eternal rest in 1887 in this city, in the city of Birmingham, England, 51 years ago. Shortly after their marriage, the couple came to this country, locating at Detroit, whence they moved to Bay City 42 years ago. Mrs. Carney was the mother of Mrs. Lawrence McHugh, Mrs. John W. Thompson, of Monroe street, Mrs. Benj. Crittenden, Patrick, Frank, William, and Thomas Carney. She was a person of many fine qualities and during her long residence in Bay City had acquired a wide circle of acquaintances. During her latter [sic] years she lived a retired life, being partially blind for the past four years. She became dangerously ill last Saturday, from effects of the grip.