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From Freeland PA Tribune Newspaper
Issue of Thurs. Apr. 2, 1891

Patrick Malloy, died March 31, age 50, mining accident at Upper Lehigh.


From the Freeland PA Semi-Weekly Progress, Mar. 5, 1895

Report of Upper Lehigh schools for the month ending Feb. 21, 1895.
Number enrolled:
Grammar school - 46
Average attendance - 42
Percentage - 91
Attended full time:
Hannah Brislin, Mary Scheidy, Ellen Malloy, Bridget Boyle, Mary Johnson, Mary Surman, Leah Parry, Alma Drasher, Ellen Ferry, James O'Neil, Harry Booth, James Mealing, Maurice Heckler, Frank Duffy, Thomas Johnson, Harold Kloss, and John Duffy

Married Saturday at St. Ann church by Rev. M.J. Fallihee
James Gallagher, of Freeland
Miss Bridget Malloy, of Carbondale
Witnesses: Patrick Gallagher, and Miss Cassie Gallagher


From Freeland PA Tribune
Issue of Thurs. June 27, 1895

Married yesterday at St. Ann Church by Rev. E.A. O'Rielly
James J. Malloy, of Freeland
Miss Mame Quinn, of Freelad
Witnesses: Frank P. Malloy, of Jersey City Heights, NJ, brother of the groom; and Miss Annie Brady, of Audenried
The couple will reside at Freeland



From Freeland PA Tribune
Issue of Mon. June 21, 1897

Married Saturday at St. Ann church by Rev. M.J. Fallihee
James Gallagher, of Freeland
Miss Bridget Malloy, of Carbondale



From Freeland PA Tribune
Issue of Mon. June 21, 1897

Mrs. John Gilson, of 578 North Church street, died at 12 o'clock noon yesterday at State Hospital where she was a patient two weeks. Before marriage she was Margaret Malloy. She was born in Drifton and resided in this city the last fifteen years. Mrs. Gilson was a member of St. Gabriel's church. She is survived by her husband, John; four daughters: Mrs. William Farley, of Freeland, Mrs. Margaret Coombe of Bethlehem and Laura and Catherine of this city; two sons, Thomas and James of this city; three sisters: Mrs. Patrick Ferry and Mrs. Thomas Gallagher of Freeland and Mrs. Ira Curry of Lenni, Pa., and two brothers, John Malloy of St. Johns and Charles Malloy of this city. Funeral will take place Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Solemn high mass of requiem in St. Gabriel's church at 9:30 am. Interment in St. Ann's cemetery, Woodside


From Freeland PA Tribune
Issue of Thurs. Nov. 18, 1897

Married yesterday at St. Ann church by Rev. M.J. Fallihee
Charles J. Malloy, of Drifton
Miss Cassie Gallagher, of Birvanton
Attendants: Thomas Sweeney, of Freeland; and Miss Mary Ann Malloy, of Drifton, sister of the groom
The couple will reside at Freeland



From Freeland PA Tribune Newspaper

Issue of Mon. May 30, 1898
Mrs. Malloy, age 117, born County Donegal, Ireland, died last week near



Bridget Gallagher Dead - The community was shocked on the Sabbath when informed that Miss Bridget Gallagher, one of the respected women on the North Side was claimed in death at the homestead, at the corner of Adam and Carbon streets (Freeland) at 9:15 am, Sunday, where she had been ill for the past several weeks. She was a devoted member of the St. Ann's church, where she belonged to the various church organizations, whose members are mourning her departure from among their ranks. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gallagher, who long since passed the great divide. She is survived by three brothers, James and Peter at home, and Dennis Gallagher, of Walnut street, Freeland. The funeral will be held on Wednesday morning at nine o'clock, and a requiem high mass service will be celebrated in the St. Ann's church, on Centre street at 9:30 o'clock, after which her corpse will be assinged to its earthly reward in the St. Ann's cemetery at Woodside



Mary Gallagher Malloy

Date: March 21, 1899

Obit: Obituary found in Scranton Tribune, Tuesday, March 21, 1899

Mrs. Malloy's Death
Mrs. Patrick Malloy, of Farview Street, died of pneumonia Sunday. She was born in Ireland fifty-one years ago. She had been a resident of this city (Carbondale) four years. Deceased is survived by her sister, Miss Ellen Gallagher, her daughters, Mrs James Gallagher, of this city and Mrs. John McCall, of Philadelphia, and sons, John and Michael, of this city; Frank and Con, of Philadelphia; Bernard of Ireland and Edward, of Sheppton. The funeral will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning in St. Rose church. Interment will be made in Freeland. (St. Anne's Cemetery



From Hazleton Sentinel, Tues. Jan. 16, 1906

The remains of Edward Malloy of Sheppton were laid to rest in St. Ann's cemetery, Woodside. A high mass was celebrated in St. Ann's church at 9:30 o'clock.



From Hazleton PA Sentinel Newspaper, Thurs. July 5, 1906

List of teachers

Andrew Branigan
Cassie Malloy
Agnes Roberts
Mary Johnson



Hazleton Standard-Sentinel Newspaper
Hazleton Plain Speaker, August 7, 1930

Charles Gallagher. Mrs. Charles Malloy received word of the death of her brother, Charles Gallagher, of Scranton. He is survived by his wife and three children and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. John Malloy, Carbondale; Bridget Gallagher, Carbondale; Thomas Gallagher, Carbondale, and Mrs. Charles Malloy, this city. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Many friends from this city will attend.



From Hazleton PA Newspaper, Oct. 27, 1936

Word was received here yesterday of the death of Miss Helen Gallagher, of Wilkes-Barre. She was a graduate nurse of the Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre. She is survived by two brothers, Frank and James, of Wilkes-Barre, an uncle, Michael Malloy, of Philadelphia, an aunt, Mrs. Charles Malloy, and Mrs. John Duffy, of this city. The funeral will take place Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, with services at St. Mary's Church, Wilkes-Barre.



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