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Onondaga Co., New York (includes Syracuse)

1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Town of De Witt, 23 Sep 1850, p.341

   1104 1113
 7           John Cosgriff  18 M  (b.c1832) laborer    Ireland



1850 Census New York,  Onondaga Co., Syracuse 1st Ward, 23 Jul 1850, p. 24

 1 334 334 John Buckley      30 M  (b.c1820) salt boiler Ire
           Margaret          25 F  (b.c1825)             Ire
           Anthony            5 M  (b.c1845)             NY
           Johanna            3 F  (b.c1847)             NY
           Thomas             1 M  (b.c1849)             NY
           John Cosgriff     20 M  (b.c1830)             Ire


1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 2nd Ward, 6 Aug 1850,  p. 67, image 25

  965 988 John Cosgrove   25 M grocery? boarding?  Ireland
          Sarah           24 F                     Ireland
          Michau?          5 M
          Bridget French? 26 F
          Bridget Bonin?  18 F
          Sarah? Cosgroy? 18 F      (Cosgrove?) Tarah?
          Theresa? Mahony 28 F
          William White   23 M
          James White     13 M
          Thomas Black    32 M
          Thomas Flanigan 30 M

1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 2nd Ward, p. 131, image 153

17 1736 1825 Laurence? Cosgrove  26 M tin? shop?   Ireland (Lawrence Cosgrove)
             Allice              20 F              Ireland
             Charles              1 M              NY

1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 3rd Ward, p. 160, image 27
   2143 2266
22           Mary Cosgrove  20 F                 Ireland

1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 3rd Ward, p. 190, image 88
   2471 2622
 1           William Cosgrove 20? M farmer     NY
             Hellen           16  F            NY

1850 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Geddes, 1 Aug 1850, p.493

33 155 162 William Van Slike  39 M  lab   New York
34         Mary               38 F        Ireland
35         George F           11 M        New York
36         Hugh Drophrey?     30 M  lab   Ireland
37         Cornelius Kelly    38 M  lab   Ireland
38         Michael Enright    32 M  lab   Ireland
39         James Kirk         30 M  lab   Ireland
40         James Sing?        28 M  lab   Ireland
41         Morris Ring        24 M  lab   Ireland
42         Michael Hawley?    45 M  lab   Ireland
 1         Morris Conner      20 M  lab   Ireland (Maurice O'Connor)
 2         Thomas Barry       32 M  lab   Ireland
 3         Bridget Cuff       19 F        Ireland (Cough)

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1860 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 1st Ward, PO: Salina, 11 Jun 1860,
p. 4, image 4

30 30 30 John McCann    30 M  $4000 $400 New York  salt manufacturer
         Mary D.        27 F             New York
         Hannah          2 F             New York
         M Josephine   10/12 F           New York
         Ann McCann     60 F             Ireland
         Garret Doyle   25 M        $500 New York  book keeper
         Ellen Doyle    18 F             Ireland   domestic servant

37 31 31 Owen Cosgriff  26 M (b.c1834)   Ireland  day laborer
         Mary           60 F (b.c1800)   Ireland (listed as 60 in 1870 census also)
         Thomas         11 M (b.c1849)   Ireland
         Margaret        9 F (b.c1851)   Ireland

Passenger List for ship "Cultivator" arrived NYC 6 Nov 1858 from Liverpool

304 Owen Cosgriff     55 (b.c1803) M lab      Cork  (sic Gosgriff)
305 Patrick Cosgriff  12 (b.c1846) M child    Cork
306 Bridget Kaley     20           F domestic Meath
307 Mary Scott        18           F domestic Cork
308 Patrick McAuliffe 22           M lab      Cork
309 Thomas Cosgriff    9 (b.c1849) M child    Cork
310 Margaret Cosgriff  7 (b.c1851) F child    Cork

(Don't know if this is the same family or not, however, the ages of the two children match and the
first name of the head matches. No other family comes close in the 1860 census)


1860  Census New York,   Onondaga Co., Syracuse 1st Ward, PO: Salina,
p.11, image 11

19 81 82  John Cosgriff  28 (b.c1832) M Ire $100 married within the year
          Aliza          21 (b.c1839) F Ire       Eliza
          William      2/12 (b.c1860) M New York

1860 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 3rd Ward, p. 397, image 19

   138 143
29         Hanora Cosgrove  17 F domestic        Ireland

1860 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 4th Ward, p.1101

13 863 856 Laurence Cosgriff 36 (b.c1824) New York $2000 tin & copper smith (Lawrence Cosgriff)
14         Alice             26 (b.c1834) Ireland
15         Charles           11 (b.c1849) New York
16         Julia          6/12  (b.c1859) New York

1860 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 6th Ward, p. 944, image 88
   493 580
30         Michael Cosgrove  24 M  RR engineer   Ireland

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1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 1st Ward, 17 Jun 1870, p.46, image 91

 8 575 710 Thomas Cosgrove  20 M (b.c1850)turner          Ireland  (brother of Owen Cosgriff?)
           Mary             60 F (b.c1810)                Ireland
           Margaret         19 F (b.c1851)seamstress      Ireland

neighbors: Linch, McGrath, Sullivan, Farrel


1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 4th Ward, p. 255, image 154

  1101 1261
30          Nora Casgroff  26 F  (b.c1844) domestic servant    Ireland (Honora Cosgriff)

1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 5th Ward, 18 Jul 1870, p.287, image 42

24 327 341 Brine Cosgrove  40 M lab machine shop    Ireland   Brien
           Sarah           23 F                     Penn
           James            6 M attending school    New York
           Lizzie           4 F                     New York
           Sarah            2 F                     New York
           William      2/12  M                     New York  born in Apr

1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 6th Ward, p.406

17 91 112 Honoria Murphy  50 NY

25        Sarah Cosgriff  18 F (b.c1852) NY

1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 7th Ward, 6 Jul 1870, p. 403, image 12

25 50 67
38       Mary Cosgriff  28 F  (b.c1842) cleaning woman   Ireland
         Edward      11/12 M                  New York  born in July


1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Geddes, p. 267, image 82

37 634 644 Thomas Cosgrove 40 M  laborer           Ireland
           Bridget         35 F                    Ireland
           Timothy         13 M  works in nursery  NY
           Maggie          10 F  in school         NY


1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Geddes, p. 282, image 111

10 857 867 John Cosgriff  40 M  (b.c1830) laborer            Ireland     citizen
           Eliza          27 F  (b.c1843)                    Ireland
           William        10 M  (b.c1860)                    NY
           Robert          4 M  (b.c1866)                    NY
           Lizzie          1 F  (b.c1869)                    NY


1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Salina, p. 638, image 45
  373 373
10        Maggie Cosgrove  19 F (b.c1851) domestic           Ireland  (might be the sister of John Cosgriff)

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1880 Census New York, Onondaga, Camillus, Jun, p.20

34 97 100 John Rice   35 M (b.c1845)  Salt Yard laborer   Ireland
35        Johanna     32 F (b.c1848)                      Ireland
36        Jonnie      12 M (b.c1868)  farm laborer        New York
37        Bernard      7 M (b.c1873)                      New York
38        Mary         6 F (b.c1874)                      New York marries Robert Cosgriff (Cosgrove)
39        Rosa         4 F (b.c1876)                      New York
40        Willie       2 M (b.c1878)                      New York
41        Richard      8 M (b.c1872)                      New York


1880 Census

Census Place:	Geddes, Onondaga, New York (St. Joseph Orphan Asylum & House Of Prov.)
	Source:	FHL Film 1254905  National Archives Film T9-0905     Page 240C
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace
Continued from ROSE GARVEY

Michael COSGROVE  Other M S W 10  CAN   f:CAN m:CAN
Thomas COSGROVE   Other M S W  8  CAN   f:CAN m:CAN


Census Place:	Geddes, Onondaga, New York
	Source:	FHL Film 1254905  National Archives Film T9-0905     Page 262D
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace

Edward MC DONALD	Self	M	M	W	26	CAN   occ: teamster  f:IRE m:IRE
Marguerite MC DONALD	Wife	F	M	W	23	NY    f:IRE m:IRE
Thomas MC DONALD	Son	M	S	W	2	NY
Marguerite MC DONALD	Dau	F	S	W	4M	NY
Bridgett COSGROVE	MotherL	F	W	W	53	IRE   occ: house keeper  f:IRE m:IRE


Census Place:	Geddes Village, Onondaga, New York  ED 174, 11 Jun 1880,
	Source:	FHL Film 1254905  National Archives Film T9-0905     Page 264D, image 36
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace
	68 Filburt Street  31 68 322 346

John COSGROVE	Self	M	M	W	55	IRE   occ: salt boiler  f:IRE m:IRE cannot read/write
Eliza COSGROVE	Wife	F	M	W	40	IRE
William COSGROVE	Son	M	S	W	19	NY   occ: works in cooper shop  f:IRE m:IRE
Robert COSGROVE	Son	M	S	W	14	NY   occ: at school
Lizzie COSGROVE	Dau	F	S	W	11	NY
John COSGROVE	Son	M	S	W	9	NY
Thomas COSGROVE	Son	M	S	W	5	NY

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Census Place:	Sterling, Cayuga, New York
	Source:	FHL Film 1254814  National Archives Film T9-0814     Page 347C
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace

Mathew COSGROVE	Self	M	M	W	32	IRE   occ: RR employee  f:IRE m:IRE
Winnaford COSGROVE	Wife	F	M	W	28	IRE  (Winifred)
Anna COSGROVE	Dau	F	S	W	7	NY
Daniel COSGROVE	Son	M	S	W	3	NY


Census Place:	Sterling, Cayuga, New York
	Source:	FHL Film 1254814  National Archives Film T9-0814     Page 361A
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace

Daniel COSGROVE   Self M M W 26   IRE   occ: farmer  f:IRE m:IRE
Kate COSGROVE     Wife F M W 25   IRE
Nellie COSGROVE   Dau  F S W  4   NY
Jimmie COSGROVE   Son  M S W  1   NY


Census Place:	Sterling, Cayuga, New York
	Source:	FHL Film 1254814  National Archives Film T9-0814     Page 362C
	Relation	Sex	Marr	Race	Age	Birthplace

William COSGROVE  Self M M W 47   IRE   occ: farmer  f:IRE m:IRE
Ellen COSGROVE    Wife F M W 38   IRE
Thomas COSGROVE   Son  M S W 20   NY   occ: RR employee  f:IRE m:IRE
James COSGROVE    Son  M S W 14   NY   occ: helps on farm
Mary COSGROVE     Dau  F S W  9   NY
James BYRNE       BroL M S W 40   IRE

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1900 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, 5 Jun, p.145
958 Emerson Ave.

 9 958 60 71  John Rice     head M Jun 1844 55 M 32       Ireland Ireland Ireland 1866  day lab
10            Joanna        wife F Mar 1850 50 M 30 10 5? Ireland Ireland Ireland 1866
11            Rosa G        dau  F Apr 1876 24 S          New York Ireland Ireland dressmaker
12            Edward        son  M Oct 1880 19 S          New York Ireland Ireland lab sobray?
13            Francis       son  M Feb 1882 18 S          New York Ireland Ireland day lab
14            Anna E        dau  F Apr 1885 15 S          New York Ireland Ireland crocketer knitting mill

1900 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, 9 Jun, p.151
1001 Avery Ave.

92 1001 159 193 John McAuliffe head M May 1871 29 M 4     Ireland Ireland Ireland 1890 10 Na day lab
93              Anna           wife F Dec 1872 27 M 4 2 2 New York Ireland Ireland
94              Morris         son  M Aug 1897  2 S       New York Ireland New York (Maurice)
95              William        son  M Jul 1899 10/12 S    New York Ireland New York

302 Essex St.

100 302 160 195 Robert Cosgrove head M Oct 1869 30 M 1     New York Ireland Ireland  day lab
  1             Mary            wife F Feb 1873 27 M 1 1 1 New York England England
  2             Robert          son  M May 1899  1 S       New York New York New York


1900 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, p.154
1016 Avery Ave.

29 1096 214 256 Eliza Cosgrove  head F Nov 1843 56 W  6 6 Ireland  Ireland Ireland  1859 41
30              William         son  M Jul 1863 36 S      New York Ireland Ireland day lab
31              Thomas          son  M Feb?1876 24 S      New York Ireland Ireland day lab

1900 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, p. 154
207 Chemung St.

68 207 222 266 John Cosgrove   head     M Mar 1873 27 M 3      New York Ireland Ireland  tester so??ny
69             Catherine       wife     F Oct 1875 24 M 3 1 1  New York Ireland Ireland
70             Gladys          dau      F Jul 1898  2 S        New York New York New York
71             Catherine Kerwin boarder F Sep 1882 17 S        New York New York New York


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1900 Census New York, Cayuga Co., Sterling, ED 43, 9 Jun 1900, sheet 6A, p.151, image 11

48   161 161 James Cosgrove  head M Sep 1868 31 S      New York Ireland Ireland  farmer
             Ellen    step-mother F May 1848 62 Wd     Ireland  Ireland Ireland
             Thomas          bro  M May?1853 43 S      New York Ireland Ireland  stone mason

1900 Census New York, Cayuga Co., Sterling, ED 43, 11? Jun 1900, sheet 7A, p.152, image 13

17 12 174 174 Daniel Cosgrove head M Jul 1854? 45? M 26     Ireland  Ireland Ireland farmer
              Kate            wife F Apr 1855? 45? M 26 2 2 Ireland  Ireland Ireland
              Nellie          dau  F Apr?1874? 24? S        New York Ireland Ireland
              James           son  M Jun 1879? 20  S        New York Ireland Ireland telegraph operator

1900 Census New York, Cayuga Co., Sterling, ED 44, 12 Jun 1900, sheet 9A, p.166, image 17

11   182 186 Matthew Cosgrove head M Jul 1846 53 M 29       Ireland  Ireland  Ireland 1868 32 Na RR section foreman
             Do???? M         wife F Jun 1853 46 M 29 6 5   Ireland  Ireland  Ireland (Winifred?)
             Daniel M?        son  M Feb 1878 22 S          New York Ireland  Ireland  RR station agent
             Annie M          dau  F May 1874 26 S          New York Ireland  Ireland
             Winifred         dau  F Oct 1880 19 S          New York Ireland  Ireland
             Kate E           dau  F Oct 1885 14 S          New York Ireland  Ireland
             Ruth A           dau  F Mar 1890 10 S          New York Ireland  Ireland

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1905 State Census New York, Onondaga Co., Marcellus

1905   Cosgriff     William
1905   Cosgrove      Daniel
1905   Cosgrove    Katherine
1905   Cosgrove      Nellie

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1910 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, 21 Apr, p.232
958 Emerson Ave.

14 958 82 107 John Rice          head M 64 (b.c1846) M1 42      Ireland Ireland Ireland 1865  repairman engine
15            Josephine          wife F 56 (b.c1854) M1 42 9 6  Ireland Ireland Ireland 1866
16            Francis            son  M 26 (b.c1884) S          New York Ireland Ireland  brakeman RR
17            Anna               dau  F 22 (b.c1888) S          New York Ireland Ireland  knitter cotton mill
18            John Ryan       nephew  M 23 (b.c1887) S          New York Ireland Ireland  apprentice mason
19            Peter Hughes  boarder   M 62 (b.c1848) Wd         Ireland  Irelnad Ireland  repairman engines
20            George Doyle  boarder   M 62 (b.c1848) Wd         Ireland  Ireland Ireland  shoemaker

1910 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, 23 Apr, p.234
1011 Emerson Ave

88 1011 114 153 Thomas Kane     head M 30 (b.c1880) M1 11       Ireland Ireland Ireland 1890 machinist soda-ash
89              Bridget         wife F 28 (b.c1882) M1 11 2 2   Ireland Ireland Ireland 1900
90              John            son  M  3 (b.c1907) S           New York Ireland Ireland
91              Michael         son  M  1 (b.c1909) S           New York Ireland Ireland (Micheal)

1910 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, 16 Apr, p.240
1018 Willis Ave.

55 1018 27 33 Robert F. Cosgrove  head M 41 (b.c1869) M 11      New York  Ireland Ireland  janitor school
56            Mary A.             wife F 37 (b.c1873) M 11 1 1  New York  Ireland Ireland
57            Robert J.           son  M 10 (b.c1900) S         New York  New York New York
58            James Dwyer     boarder  M 42 (b.c1868) S         New York  Ireland Ireland
59            Herman B. Deck  boarder  M 25 (b.c1885) S         Ohio      Ohio    Ohio

p.242  17 or 18 Apr
1016 Avery Ave.

71 1016 67 79 Thomas Cosgrove  head M 35 (b.c1875) S           New York  Ireland  Ireland hotel manager
72            William          bro  M 44 (b.c1866) S           New York  Ireland  Ireland lab city
73            Susan Stone     serv  F 51 (b.c1859) M 35 1 1    New York  New York New York housekeeper private home

p.244 19 Apr
1017 Avery Ave

 6 1017 91 106 John A. Cosgrove  head M 38 (b.c1872) M 12       New York  Ireland  Ireland bartender saloon
 7             Catherine         wife F 34 (b.c1876) M 12  3 3  New York  Ireland  Ireland
 8             Gladys            dau  F 11 (b.c1899) S          New York  New York New York
 9             William W.        son  M  6 (b.c1904) S          New York  New York New York
10             James T.          son  M  3 (b.c1907) S          New York  New York New York
11             Mary Kerwin     niece  F 24 (b.c1866) S          New York  New York New York


1910 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Marcellus Town, ED 73, 2 May 1910, sheet 7A,
p.180, image 13

28     104 108 Daniel Cosgrove  head M 59 M1 34     Ireland  Ireland  Ireland  1870 Na section boss railroad
               Catherine        wife F 51 M1 34 2 2 Ireland  Ireland  Ireland  1871    none
               Nellie           dau  F 31 S         NY       Ireland  Ireland          none
               James            son  M 27 S         NY       Ireland  Ireland          appentice telegraph office

1910 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Marcellus Town, ED 73, 4 May 1910, sheet 8B,
p.181, image 16

60     132 138 Matthew Cosgrove head M 58 Wd        Ireland  Ireland  Ireland  1864 Na station agent railroad
               Winifred         dau  F 26 S         NY       Ireland  NY               milliner store
               Catherine        dau  F 24 S         NY       Ireland  NY               nurse
               Ruth             dau  F 20 S         NY       Ireland  NY               none



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1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 9, Jan 1920, p.106
1018 Willis Ave

68 1018 48 68 Robert Cosgrove       head M 52 (b.c1868) M        New York  Ireland Ireland  janitor board of education
69            Mary                  wife F 46 (b.c1874) M        New York  Ireland Ireland
70            Robert                son  M 20 (b.c1900) S        New York  New York New York
71            Francis J. Rice bro-in-law M 36 (b.c1884) S        New York  Ireland Ireland  conductor steam RR
72            Anna E. Rice    sis-in-law F 32 (b.c1888) S        New York  Ireland Ireland  stenographer gear plant

p.112
1016 Avery Ave.

93 1016 163 215 Thomas Cosgrove   head M 43 (b.c1877) M          New York  Ireland Ireland  none
94              Mary C.           wife F 41 (b.c1879) M          New York  Ireland Ireland
95              Mary D.           dau  F  8 (b.c1912) S          New York  New York  New York

p.120
1011 Emerson Ave.

56 1011 35 63 Thomas Kane            head M 40 (b.c1880) M             Ireland Ireland Ireland 1885  machinist soda manuf.
57            Bridget                wife F 38 (b.c1882) M             Ireland Ireland Ireland 1889
58            John                   son  M 12 (b.c1908) S             New York Ireland Ireland
59            William                son  M 11 (b.c1909) S             New York Ireland Ireland
60            Irene                  dau  F  9 (b.c1911) S             New York Ireland Ireland
61            William Cosgrove bro-in-law M 49 (b.c1871) M             Ireland  Ireland Ireland 1893 machine operator automobile?
62            Catherine Cosgrove niece    F 10 (b.c1910) S             Mass     Ireland Ireland

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse Ward 10, 12 Jan 1920, p.156
Syracuse State Institution for Feeble Minded Children, South Wilbur Ave.

 5           Catherine Cosgrove    inmate F 14 (b.c1906) S             US        US     US





1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Geddes Town, Solvay Village, 8 Jun 1920, ED 61, sheet 8A,
p.19, image 15
211 Freeman Ave

33 211 127 162  Paul M. Smith    head  M 25 M
                Katherine J.     wife  F 27 M

35         163  John A. Cosgrove head  M 46 (b.c1874) M   NY   NY       Ire-Engl bartender saloon
                Catherine E      wife  F 43 (b.c1877) M   NY   Ire-Engl Ire-Engl none
                Gladys E         dau   F 21 (b.c1899) S   NY   NY       NY       stenographer
                William N?       son   M 17 (b.c1903) S   NY   NY       NY       machinist
                James T          son   M 13 (b.c1907) S   NY   NY       NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Marcellus Town, 2 Jan 1920, ED 86, sheet 1A,
p.265, image 1

36     7  8  Matthew Cosgrove   head  M R 70 Wd 1866? NY     Ire-Irish  Ire-Irish  freight agent trolley
             Winifred           dau   F   35 S        NY     NY         NY         ticket agent  trolley
             John Thurston?  son-in-law M 35 M        NY     NY         NY         steamfitter
             Katherine          dau   F   33 M        NY     NY         NY
             Winifred         g-dau   F    6 S        NY     NY         NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 121, sheet 7B

Cosgrove, Joseph A    25   Penn

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 154, sheet 4A

Cosgrove, Robert      52   NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 154, sheet 10B

Cosgrove, Thomas      43   NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 155, sheet 4B

Cosgrove, William     49   Ireland

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 159, sheet 4B

Cosgrove, William     52   NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 161, sheet 3A

Cosgrove, Catherine   14   USA

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 162, sheet 4B

Cosgrove, Daniel M    36   NY

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 163, sheet 15A

Cosgrove, Thomas N    50   Canada

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 166, sheet 13B

Cosgrove, John        57   Ireland

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 186, sheet 8A

Cosgrove, J William   29   Penn

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 190, sheet 16A

Cosgrove, Chauncy P   26   Mass

1920 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse City, ED 190, sheet 5A

Cosgrove, Henry       21   NY

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1930 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Solvay Village, Town of Geddes, 14 Apr, p.187
313 Hall Ave.

94 313 331? 341 John A. Cosgrove  head 56 M (b.c1874) O $8000 New York Ireland Ireland mech eng., chemical plant
95              Kathrin           wife 54 F (b.c1876)         New York Ireland Ireland
96              William           son  25 M (b.c1905)         New York New York New York foreman ??? plant
97              James T.          son  23 M (b.c1907)         New York New York New York clerk chemical plant
98              Gladys Monahan    dau  31 F (b.c1899)         New York New York New York stenographer chemical plant

1930 Census New York, Onondaga Co. Syracuse Ward 7, 5 Apr, p.14
1018 Willis Ave.

100 1018 170 170 Robert Cosgrave    head 63 M (b.c1867) O $6000 30? New York Ireland Ireland janitor school
  1              Mary A             wife 57 F (b.c1873)         24  New York Ireland Ireland
  2              Francis Rice bro-in-law 46 M (b.c1884)             New York Ireland Ireland   freight conductor DLW? RR
  3              Anna E. Rice sis-in-law 42 F (b.c1888)             New York Ireland Ireland   none

p.30
1016 Avery Ave.

25 1016 117 117 Thomas Cosgrove    head 50 M (b.c1880) O $10000 New York Ireland Ireland merchant dry goods
26              Mary               wife 49 F (b.c1881)          New York Ireland Ireland
27              Mary E.            dau  18 F (b.c1912)          New York New York New York
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New York - Syracuse - 1859-60   City Directory

Cosgriff, John  saltboiler, h Geddes Road n City Sawmills
Cosgriff, Owen  laborer,    h Geddes Road n City Sawmills

Cosgriff, Lawrence  (Cosgriff and Brand), hardware, c 38 E Water, h. 35 McBride
COSGRIFF & BRAND (Lawrence Cosgriff & Jacob Brand), hardware, stoves & tinware,
                       38 E. Water

Cosgrove, Thomas  gardener, h City line n W. Genessee

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Syracuse, New York Directories, 1887-1890

Name Business Name Occupation Location City State Year

Elizabeth Cosgriff     wid. Terrence  95 Hawley
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888
Maggie Cosgriff     domestic  88 W. Onondaga
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888
Michael Cosgrove     engineer  52 1/2 W. Fayette
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888

Robert Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888
William F. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888
Eliza Cosgrove        68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1887 1888


Elizabeth Cosgriff        95 Hawley
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
Lizzie Cosgrove     domestic  190 Madison
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
Maggie Cosgrove     domestic  86 W. Onondaga
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
Michael Cosgrove     engineer  52 1/8 W. Favette
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889

John A. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue    (son of John Cosgriff?)
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
Robert F. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue  (son of John Cosgriff?)
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
William F. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue (son of John Cosgriff?)
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889
Elizabeth Cosgrove        68 Avery avenue (widow of John Cosgriff?)
   Syracuse  New York  1888 1889


Elizabeth Cosgriff        413 Hawley
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
Michael Cosgrove     engineer  245 W. Fayette
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
Thomas Cosgrove  House of Providence  farmer      Syracuse  New York  1889 1890


Elizabeth Cosgrove        68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
John A. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
Lizzie M. Cosgrove     dressmaker  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
Robert F. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890
William F. Cosgrove     cooper  boards 68 Avery avenue
   Syracuse  New York  1889 1890


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CONFIRMATION RECORDS, CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, SALINA (ONONDAGA CO., NY)

Lawrence Cosgriff confirmed 08-26-1841

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film 0444285  New York 1850 Syracuse 1st Ward Onondaga Co p.24 (printed)
 p. 47 written

1 334 332 John Buckley  30 M (b.c1820) salt or tarr? boiler $400 Ire
          Margaret      25 F (b.c1825)                  Ire Margaret Cosgriff?
          Anthony        5 M (b.c1845)          New York
          Johanna        3 F (b.c1848)          NY
          Thomas         1 M (b.c1849)          NY
          John Cosgriff 20 M (b.c1830)          Ireland  cannot read or write

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Edmond Cosgriff
Barbara McGraw
  Mary b.4 Jul 1841, Co. Tipperary, Ireland  d.18 Aug 1915, Cazenovia, Madison Co., NY

Marriage, 4 Nov 1855, Cazenovia, Madison Co., NY
John Ryan, b.c1833 in Gleninchnaveigh, Parish of Upper Church, Co. Tipperary, Ire
Mary Cosgriff b.4 Jul 1841
wit: Anthony Ryan & Maria Kane
  Margaret b.25 Dec 1857 Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York
  Barbara  b.19 Sep 1858 Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York

Marriage, 4 Jan 1864, Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York
John Walsh, b.1822 in Ireland, s of Mathias Walsh. d.18 Aug 1895, Pompey, NY
Mary Cosgriff b.4 Jul 1841
wit: Edmond O'Shea & Mary O'Shea
  Mathias J. b.?? Dec 1864, Pompey, Onondaga Co., New York
  Mary       b.25 Feb 1867, Pompey, Onondaga Co., New York
  Ellen J.   b.24 Feb 1867, Pompey, Onondaga Co., New York
  Edward     b.15 May 1868, bp.27 May 1868, "", sp:Mathias Walsh & Sarah Walsh
  Johanna    b.19 Sep 1869, bp.28 Sep 1869, "", sp:Mathias Welsh & Mrs. P. Welsh
  Honora "Anna M." b.01 Dec 1870 bp.16 Oct 1870 sp:Patrick Cahill & Mary Ryan

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James L. Cosgriff  b.1824  Syracuse, New York, s of James Cosgriff & Sarah Donnelly?
Mary Ann Pond      b.1831  Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts
  Emma Caroline    b.13 Apr 1854 Roxbury, Suffolk Co., Mass
  James L., Jr.    b.c1857 Mass. Died after 1927
  Mary Jane        b.1858  Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois Died 08 Sep 1938 Gloucester, Essex Co., Mass.
                       Spouse: John Moulton
  Martha Ellen     b.16 Aug 1860 Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Mass. Died 17 Oct 1927 Beverly, Essex Co., Mass.
                       Spouse: John Henry Coleman.

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Lawrence Cosgriff  b.c1824  d. before 1883  md. abt 1843
Alice
  James L.   b. Mar 1852  Syracuse, Onondaga Co.  (source: LDS IGI)
  Lawrence   b. Mar 1858  d.13 May 1858
  Julia      b. Mar 1860


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Geddes

NAMES APPEARING ON THE 1874 SWEET MAP
Village and  Town of Geddes
Source:  Homer D. L. Sweet, Sweet's New Atlas of Onondaga Co., New York.
NY: Walker Bros. & Co., 1874.

no Cosgriff or Cosgrove for Geddes or Salina



HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF GEDDES
Town of Geddes, New York
Source:  Onondaga's Centennial by Dwight H. Bruce (ed.).  Boston History Co., 1896, Vol. II, pp. 1037-1048.


This is the youngest and the smallest town in Onondaga county.  Its organization
took place on March 18, 1848, and was made to embrace all that part of the town
of Salina lying west of the lake and not included in the city of Syracuse.
Under a law of May 17, 1886, nearly the whole of Geddes village was annexed to
Syracuse as the 9th and 10th wards, and its history thenceforward is embodied
with that of the city.  The surface of the town is level in the north part,
rolling in the south, and constitutes some of the best and most productive farm
lands in the county.  Nine Mile Creek flows eastwardly across the town and
Seneca River forms the north boundary.  The soil is generally a clayey and
sandy loam.

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Salina

Source:  Onondaga; or Reminiscences of Earlier and Later Times, Vol. II, by Joshua V. H. Clark, A.M., Stoddard and Babcock, Syracuse, NY, 1849, pp. 145-146

St. John's Roman Catholic Church, in the village of Salina, now Syracuse, was
commenced and enclosed in 1829, by the exertions of Thomas McCarthy and James Lynch,
and a few Roman Catholics, and the liberal donations of their Protestant fellow-citizens
in the villages of Salina and Syracuse, and by collections made by said McCarthy
and Lynch, from their friends in Utica, Albany and New-York.


CONFIRMATION RECORDS
CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, SALINA
Town of Salina

Submitted by: Kathy Crowell, November 2000

Source: One Hundredth Anniversary of St. John the Baptist Church Syracuse, N. Y.
1827-1927, p. 33.

The following received the sacrament of confirmation, which was administered by the
Rt. Rev. John Hughes, in the Church of St. John, Salina, Diocese of New York, the
26th day of August, 1841:

Lawrence Cosgriff

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ST. MARY'S CEMETERY
Renwick Ave.
Syracuse, New York
The following list appears in Inscriptions from Cemeteries in Onondaga Co. taken
from notes in 1914 by William Martin Beauchamp who noted "Part of bodies in this
cemetery were removed to the Fayetteville road in 1915, not all."

Cosgrove, Thomas d. Mar. 25, 1873, ae. 50, "A native of Tuam, Co. Galway"

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IGU

Peter Cosgriff
Mary Ann Doyle
  Catharine     b.16 May 1847 Rome, Oneida Co., New York md.27 Feb 1868 Syracuse, Onondaga Co., New York
  to Hazelwood Wiley

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Chase, Franklin H.
Syracuse and its environs : a history
New York ; Chicago: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1924, 1619  pgs.

p.329  "Syracuse National Guards, organized January 1, 1850.

"The National Guards were known as the Irish company. Edward R. Prendergast was the commandant;
William S. Thompson and Nicholas Downs the lieutenants, and William Cosgriff, Michael Kerwin,
Patrick Walsh, Patrick Conroy and Joseph Behan the sergeants."

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1870 Census New York, Onondaga Co., Syracuse 1st Ward, 11 Jun 1870, p.25

 1 302 377 John Buckley  48 M (b.c1822) engineer in saw mill  $2000 $200  Ireland
 2         Margaret      46 F (b.c1824)                                   Ireland (nee Margaret Cosgriff?)
 3         Johanna       23 F (b.c1847) tailoress                         New York
 4         Thomas        21 M (b.c1849) works in mill                     New York
 5         Mary          12 F (b.c1858)                                   New York
 6         John           7 M (b.c1863)                                   New York
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Advertisement seeking: Owen Cosgriff
MISSING PERSON'S INFORMATION
Name: 	Owen Cosgriff
Gender: 	Male
Age:
Earlier name used:
Alias:
Description:
Other:

POINT OF ORIGIN INFORMATION
Home County: 	Cork
Parish: 	Churchtown
Townland:
Barony: 	Orrery & kilmore
Poor-Law: 	Mallow

LOCATION AFTER ARRIVAL
1st location: 	Ny,Salina,54

SEEKING PERSON'S INFORMATION
Name: 	Mary Cosgriff
Relation to missing: 	Mother
Gender: 	Female
Residence:
Date of advertisement:	10-10-1855
Contact name: 	Buckley,John
Contact address: 	Ny,Salina

from Churchtown RC parish records, Co. Cork:

Owen Cosgriff (Eugene Cosgriff)
Mary Buckley (for son Eugene her name given as Mary Connel)
  Mary       bp.20 May 1826 sp: John O'Donnel & Cathe Connel
  John       bp.10 Jun 1828 sp: Michael Connel & Johanna Murphy
  Eugene     bp. 2 Jun 1831 sp: Cornelius Sheahan
  Johanna    bp. 3 Apr 1834 sp: John Smith & Bridget Cary pp: DOL (Ballygran)
  William    bp. 4 Jun 1837 sp: Thomas Cosgriffe & Margrit Callaghan pp: DOL (Ballygrace)
  Ellen      bp.10 Apr 1840 sp: Lauce Nunan & Margret Buckly pp: DOL (Ballygrace)
  Honora     bp.15 May 1842 sp: Thomas Flin & Mary O'Brian pp: DOL (Ballygrace)
  Patrick    bp. 1 Mar 1845 sp: Patrick Vaughan & Bridget Nunan pp:DOL (Ballygra)
  Thomas     bp.22 May 1847 sp: Mauce Littleton & Mary Lynch
  Margaret   bp.12 Nov 1849 sp: Michael Ryan & Margaret Barry  pp: DOL (mother given as Margaret Murphy)


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Solvay is a village located in Onondaga County, New York. USA. According to the 2000 census, the village
had a total population of 6,845. The village is named after the Solvay brothers, Belgian inventors of the
chemical process employed by the Solvay Process Company, formerly the major industry of the village.

The area was within the former Central New York Military Tract, but Solvay was in a location reserved for
members of the Onondaga tribe. The village was initially founded in 1794 by James Geddes and was initially
called "Geddesville." The first residents were mostly Irish, subsequently joined by South Tyrolians and
Poles. Eventually the community became known for its population largely Italian in extraction. It still
retains a large segment (about 35% in 2005) of population of Italian descent. More recently many families
of Ukrainian descent have settled in the village.

The Village of Solvay was renamed, after 1884, when the Solvay Process Company built a Solvay process
plant to produce soda ash. The Village of Solvay was incorporated in 1895. Other major businesses of
Solvay included Frazier & Jones, a foundry; Crucible Steel, producer of specialty steels; Iroquois Pottery
(Solvay China); and Pass & Seymour, producing electrical wiring devices.

The Solvay Process plant, by then owned by Allied Chemical and Dye Corporation, closed in 1985. The
community has remained stable despite this loss.  (from Wikipedia)

Geddes is a town in Onondaga County, New York, United States. The population was 17,740 at the 2000 census.
The town is named after James Geddes.

The Town of Geddes is west of the neighborhood of Far Westside of Syracuse. The town is a western suburb
of Syracuse.

The town was formed from the Town of Salina in 1848. It is named after James Geddes, a prominent early
settler who settled at the head of Onondaga Lake in 1794 and developed the salt industry.

There also was an Old Geddes Village which included part of the west side of Syracuse and Tipperary Hill,
the village square being located near St. Mark's Circle. The Village of Geddes (incorporated in 1832 and
1837) was annexed to the City of Syracuse on May 20, 1886 with a population of nearly 7,000. Today the
Town of Geddes still includes the Village of Solvay, which operates independently, and the hamlets of Westvale and Lakeland.
(from Wikipedia)

Salina received its name in 1797, when the Surveyor General received authority to set aside a portion of
the Salt Reservation for use in salt manufacture. The Salt Reservation had been created by a treaty with
the Native Americans. It extended one mile around Onondaga Lake. In 1798, the Village of Salina was
chartered. It was located in what is now the first ward of the current City of Syracuse, and contained
sixteen blocks. Each block was divided into four house lots, selling according to law, for no less than
forty dollars. The area now known as the Town of Salina was still part of the Townships of Manlius and
Marcellus. In March 1809, the Town of Salina was organized. It included the areas now known as the Town of
Geddes (formed 1848), part of Manlius and the City of Syracuse.

Salina's location on the Erie Canal stimulated its industrial development. The middle section of the canal,
from Salina to Utica was the first to open, in 1820, and elaborate celebrations were held.

It was not until the late 1840s that Salina was reduced to its present size. The original Village of Salina
stretched around Onondaga Lake, incorporating part of what is now the Town of Geddes and much of what today
is the City of Syracuse. The early history of Salina is actually the history of the area around Onondaga
Lake and the salt industry.

By 1846, it was apparent that Syracuse would soon become a city. The townspeople of Salina and Syracuse
began discussing a proposed charter, which would unify the two villages. In December 1847, the act of
incorporation was passed, which defined the area as "constituting a part of the Town of Salina and
incorporation the Village of Salina and Syracuse." This act reduced the Town of Salina to its present
boundaries.

Today, Salina consists of five small suburban communities which are known as Mattydale, Liverpool, Lyncourt,
Galeville and a portion of North Syracuse. (Wikipedia)


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