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Family of Francis Joseph HAYDEN and Charlotte HANNEY

Husband: Francis Joseph HAYDEN

Wife: Charlotte HANNEY

  • Name:

  • Charlotte HANNEY

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • 27 Jun 1877

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Death:

  • 11 Sep 1927 (age 50)

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  •  

  • Cause: In childbirth

Child 1: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Spouse:

  • PRIVATE

Child 2: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Male

Child 3: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Male

Child 4: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Male

Child 5: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Female

Child 6: PRIVATE

  • Name:

  • PRIVATE

  • Sex:

  • Male

Child 7: Robert HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Robert HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Birth:

  • 11 Sep 1927

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Death:

  • 12 Sep 1927 (age 0)

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Note on Husband: Francis Joseph HAYDEN

It is not known when Ellen Quirk placed her three oldest children into foster care, but Thomas, Francis and Margaret Hayden all sailed from Liverpool on May 10, until May 21, 1883, on the S.S. Peruvian, with Mrs. Margaret Lacy of the Catholic Protection Society as their guardian. From their arrival in Quebec,Canada, they then went on to Hotel Dieu orphanage in Kingston, Ontario Francis stayed in the orphanage nineteen days, then going to live with a Mrs. O'Leary of Hastings Township. From there, Francis wound up in Toronto, Ontario and married Charlotte Hanney. They had seven children, John, Edward, Francis, Lawrence, Mary, Philip and Robert. Charlotte died in childbirth along with their youngest child. Francis Joseph Hayden died in his eighties. As of 2003, there are still two surviving children of Francis and Charlotte Hayden

 

George Quirk says

 

Was aged 8 on entering orphanage. had same guardian as Thomas,he entered orphanage May 22 1883, left orphanage June 10 1883, was 19days in orphanage .Placed with Mrs O Leary of Hastings, Canada. He was of catholic religion