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Family of Patrick HAYDEN and Ellen QUIRK

Husband: Patrick HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Patrick HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Alt. Name:

  • Patrick HADEN

  • Father:

  • Francis HAYDEN (c. 1800- )

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Cause of Death:

  • Fractured skull

  • Note:

  • born in Ireland married twice first marriage 20 July 1856 St Nicholas Pro Cath witnesses were William Quinlan and Mary Courtney Second marriage in LIverpool - also known as Sailors Church, in Liverpool. Witnesses were William Quinlan and Mary Courtney 2 fathers were present. died of a fractured skull in suspicious circumstances, Northern Hospital, L3.

     

    George Quirk says

     

    Lived at 26 Scotland Rd at time of Marriage

    William Hayden "Father" and Thomas Quirk "Father were witnesses WH was Gentleman and TQ was a Tailor

     

    THESE NOTES REFER TO FRANCIS HAYDEN, now changed

  • Birth:

  •  

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  • Occupation:

  • 1868

  • Labourer2

  • Residence:

  • 1868

  • Rathdown, Blackrock, Co. Dublin2

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  • Address: Rochestown Avenue

  • Death:

  •  

  •  

  •  

  • Cause: Fractured skull

    Address: Northern Hospital, Liverpool 3

Wife: Ellen QUIRK

  • Name:

  • Ellen QUIRK

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Father:

  • -

  • Mother:

  • -

  • Birth:

  • c. 1853

  • Ireland

Child 1: Thomas Joseph HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Thomas Joseph HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Spouse:

  • Ellen Jane FROST (1877-1960)

  • Children:

  • Francis Fairlie HAYDEN (1900-1982)

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  • Margaret Ellen HAYDEN (1902-1966)

  •  

  • Mary Florence HAYDEN (1904-1990)

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  • Edward Thomas HAYDEN (1906-1988)

  •  

  • Joseph Murphy HAYDEN (1907-1978)

  •  

  • William John HAYDEN (1914-1987)

  •  

  • Catherine Estella HAYDEN (1920-1982)

  • Note:

  • 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 Thomas was in the orphanage one day, then going to live with a Mrs. Moran, of Pittsburgh Township. He was then found on the 1891 census as living with Patrick and Anne Donovan of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne. Tom and Nellie moved from farm to farm working as hands for board. In the late 1920's, Tom and Nellie bought their first and only real home, and with the property, a small business, a gas station. Nellie ran the store while Tom continued to work on farms. Tom Hayden enjoyed playing the fiddle and played at many barn dances, Nellie enjoyed her family, raising cats and gardening. Tom died on November 24, 1956, ironically at Hotel Dieu Hospital, where his life in Canada started.

     

    FROM GEORGE QUIRK TREE...

     

    Was aged 11.When he entered orphanage, guardian listed as Mrs MargaretLacy, of the Catholic Protection Society,Shaw St. Liverpool 3 .Entered orphanage May 22 1883, departed orphanage May 23 1883.Placed with Mrs Moran of Pittsburg. Thomas was catholic. Tom and"Nelly" Ellen were married at the home of Mr Richard Williams.Lansdowne. Ontario. They were joined in marriage by Reverend JohnFairlie of Sand Bay Presbyterian Church,Lansdowne,Ontario. Both Tom and Nellie were orphans(Now known as British Home Children),he came to Canada with his siblings. Francis,Joseph and Margaret. Tom went from Hotel Dieu orphanage in Kingston, Ontario,to the homeof a Mrs Moran of Pittsburg township. It is unknown where he was ,orwhat he was doing until his marriage in 1898. Nellie was brought to Canada in 1885,with Miss Ellen Bilborough ,andwas taken to Marchmont Home which was run by Miss Bilborough and her(future husband) Rev. Wallace Nellie was placed with Thomas and Mary Wallace of Sand Bay

  • Birth:

  • 31 Mar 1872

  • Liverpool, Merseyside

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  • Address: 6 Comus Street

  • Census:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 23)

  • Ontario, Canada3

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  • Address: Leeds South

  • Death:

  • 24 Nov 1956 (age 84)

  • Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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  • Address: Hotel Dieu Hospital

Child 2: Francis Joseph HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Francis Joseph HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Spouse:

  • Charlotte HANNEY (1877-1927)

  • Children:

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  • PRIVATE

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  • PRIVATE

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  • PRIVATE

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  • PRIVATE

  •  

  • Robert HAYDEN (1927-1927)

  • Note:

  • 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

  • Birth:

  • 20 Jun 1875

  • Liverpool, Merseyside

  • Death:

  • 29 Aug 1956 (age 81)

  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Child 3: Margaret May HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Margaret May HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Spouse:

  • Edward Gus CLARK (c. 1875-c. 1937)

  • Children:

  • Bridget Tillie CLARK (c. 1894-c. 1910)

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  • Edward Gus CLARK (1897-1975)

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  • Lillian Isabel CLARK (1903-c. 1984)

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  • Byron Albert CLARK (1910-c. 1984)

  • Note:

  • 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 Margaret stayed the longest at Hotel Dieu orphanage, being there for sixty days. She was then placed with a Mrs. Bernard McCauley of Tyendinaga Township, but then somehow wound up moving to Michigan, USA. From there, she married Edward Gus Clark and they had four children, Tillie, Edward Jr., Lillian and Byron. Died aged 38 tragically of drowning

     

    George Quirk says

     

    Was aged 7.on entering orphanage Had same guardian as Thomas andFrancis. entered orphanage May 22 1883 Left orphanage July 21 1883, 60 days in orphanage. Placed with MrsBernard McCauley, Tyendinaga. Canada.

  • Birth:

  • 16 Dec 1877

  • Liverpool, Merseyside

  • Death:

  • 21 Oct 1918 (age 40)

  • Chesaning, Saginaw County, MI, USA

Child 4: Bridget HAYDEN

  • Name:

  • Bridget HAYDEN

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Birth:

  • c. 1881

  • Liverpool, Merseyside

  • Census:

  • 5 Apr 1891 (age 10)

  • Liverpool, Merseyside4

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  • Address: 27 Blake Street

    With William and Bridget Dunn

  • Census:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 20)

  • Liverpool, Merseyside5

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  • Address: 88 Gerard Street

  • Occupation:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 20)

  • Ale Bottler5

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  • Employer, Worker, or Own account: Worker

Note on Husband: Patrick HAYDEN

born in Ireland married twice first marriage 20 July 1856 St Nicholas Pro Cath witnesses were William Quinlan and Mary Courtney Second marriage in LIverpool - also known as Sailors Church, in Liverpool. Witnesses were William Quinlan and Mary Courtney 2 fathers were present. died of a fractured skull in suspicious circumstances, Northern Hospital, L3.

 

George Quirk says

 

Lived at 26 Scotland Rd at time of Marriage

William Hayden "Father" and Thomas Quirk "Father were witnesses WH was Gentleman and TQ was a Tailor

 

THESE NOTES REFER TO FRANCIS HAYDEN, now changed

Sources

1.

BMD Index (GRO).

2.

Birth Certificate (relative).

3.

Census 1901 CAN. District 83 Sub district i-6.

4.

Census 1891 E&W. RG12 PN 2913 F 138 P 35.

5.

Census 1901 E&W. RG13 PN 3423 F 83 P 19.