| | RICHARD COSTELLO m: CATHERINE FAHEY 1800 IRE-1887 IRE b:/d: IRE | |*** PATRICK COSTELLO m: ? | bap: 1829 IRE-? | |*** MARY COSTELLO m: ? | bap: 1838 IRE-? | |*** MICHAEL COSTELLO m: CATHERINE RUSH | 1838-? 1846-? | |*** BRIDGET COSTELLO m: PATRICK BOYLE | 1846-? 1840-? | |*** JOHN P COSTELLO m: MARY MULLAHY | 1848 IRE-1922 USA 1848 IRE-1930 USA | | | |* MARY ANN COSTELLO m: FRED A GURNEY | | 1869 IRE-1941 USA 1869-1941 | | | |* MICHAEL J COSTELLO m: MABEL LILLIAN HODGES | | 1871 IRE-1956 USA 1881 IRE-1955 USA | | | |* JOHN P COSTELLO Jr m: NOT | | 1873-1958 | | | |* MARGARET E COSTELLO m: NOT | | 1875-1936 | | | |* KATHERINE E COSTELLO m: NOT | | 1876-1933 | | | |* RICHARD F COSTELLO m: LOUISA ERINA FIORANI | | 1879-1944 1882-1949 | | | |* SARA M COSTELLO m: HARRY GEB | 1887-1972 1884-1963 | | |*** THOMAS RICHARD COSTELLO m: BRIDGET JOYCE | 1850 IRE-1900 USA 1850 IRE-1886 USA | | | |* CATHERINE COSTELLO m: FRANKLIN HIBERT | | 1875-1918 | | | |* MARY COSTELLO m: NOT | | 1877-1897 | | | |* EDWARD COSTELLO m: NOT | | 1879-1881 | | | |* JOHN PATRICK m: MARTHA ANNE HAGGERTY | | COSTELLO 1885-1972 | | 1881-1966 | | | |* THOMAS RICHARD m: JOHNNA LOUISE HANSON | | COSTELLO II 1882-1934 | | 1883-1972 | | m: KATHLEEN McKENNEY | | ?-? | | | |* BRIDGET COSTELLO m: JOHN ROURKE (?NR?) | | 1886-? ?-? | | | |* ELLEN COSTELLO m: Not | ?-? | | |*** EDWARD COSTELLO m: ? | bap: 1856 IRE-? | |*** ?OTHERS?
b: He: 1848/1850
Probably, Claremorris in Co Mayo Ireland. Parish records-Film # 1279207 show the place where Edward (Thomas Richards brother) was born is Kilbeg Malone, a townland, in the Poor Law Union of Claremorris, Civil Parish of Kilcolman; Barony-Claremorris. Apparently Kilbeg is about a mile from the main town of Claremorris-north.
b: She: 1850 Co Mayo, Ireland
m: 6 February 1875, St Mary's RCCh, Thorndike MA USA by Rev. FJ Lynch; m: 11 years
As attested to by AA Gage, Monson MA Town Clerk: "The intention of marriage between Thomas Costello and Bridget Joyce both of Monson was duly entered this 26th day of April 1874"; | PIX: MAssachusetts Marriage Record |
7 children: Catherine Costello m: Franklin T Hibert 1875-1918 (5 yrs, 1880) ?? Mary Costello m: not 1877-1897 (3 yrs, 1880) Edward Costello m: not 1879-1881 (7 months, 1880) John Patrick Costello m: Martha Anne Haggerty 1881-1966 1885-1972 Thomas Richard Costello Jr m: Joanna (Jenny) Louise Hanson 1883-1972 1882-1934 m: Kathleen McKenney ?? Bridget Costello m: ?John Rourke? 1886-? ?? Ellen Costello m: not known ??
d: He: 8 April 1900, Mercy Hosp, Springfield, MA USA, pithisis pulmanalis, 52 years old
According to the Springfield Daily Republican newspaper on Tuesday, April 10, 1900: "Thomas Costello, who has been a the House of Mercy hospital for treatment for some time, died there Sunday. He was a well known resident of Monson, and his body will be taken there for burial."
d: She: 9 March 1886 Monson MA USA; 36 years old, pneumonia, informant: JP & NW Rand
Interred together in Bethany RCCem, Monson MA, along w/3 of their children: Mary, Edward & Ellen in the Dower family plot. Additionally included in the lot are, Catherine Joyce Dower & her brother Martin Joyce There are three additional unidentified sets of burial remains located in this plot, possible Costello children: still-born male (6 February 1883) & Bridget (18 February 1886); also, possibly John Dower, husband of Catherine Joyce Dower
The Costellos and Costelloes are the decendents of the Anglo-Norman name de Nangle, who arrived soon after the "conquest" (read 1066), and settled in Connacht. The name is recorded in the "Annals of the Four Masters", with references, dating from the year 1193, when the name had changed to Oistealb. The name futher evolved to MacGoisdelbh and subsequently, to MacGoisdealbh. L ater anglicized to MacCostello. Their stronghold was established in the Barony of Costello, near Ballaghaderreen then in Co Mayo, but now in Co Roscommon.
CHILDREN of THOMAS RICHARD COSTELLO & BRIDGET JOYCE:
CATHERINE, KATHERINE (KATE) COSTELLO...(top)
b: 17 December 1875, Monson MA, attended by Dr Fuller
m: FRANKLIN T HIBERT 27 February 1900 at 24 years of age by James Donohue, Priest Westfield MA ; he: a motorman, b: Peru MA; she: housemaid/housewife; lived at 5 High St Westfield; 5 kids:
WILLIAM , b: 29 November 1901, served in France during WW1 with the US Merchant Marine; migrated to LA; son Edward J Hibert as well as other descendents reside there (Ed reported that he & family sat through Hurricaine Katrina, then abandonded the residence for 2 weeks, returned 13October2005, no loss). From Gwen Schilling, Williams daughter......."My dad left Westfield, age 15. Was actually put out by his stepmother from 'her' home. He joined the Merchant Marine, was in France ( WW1 ) & discharged in Louisana and the rest is the beginning of my generation and partial break from the Hibert's. I remember dad speaking of an Uncle Tom with whom he had a good relationship in his growing years . His mom passed at age 45. I'm sure that was the beginning of his downfall. Grandpa's remarriage was when he realized he was not the welcomed stepson. Joe ( the youngest boy ) & Eddie (the second son) were still young enough that she could control. So sad when we are young - family gone is family forgotten".|Notes: From K Elaine Romatz, Family Member|
FRANKLIN , b: 2 Oct 1903, d: May 1974, LIC NY; SSN: 112-09-8517
CATHERINE , b: 12 August 1906...
EDWARD , b: 23 May 1910, m: DOLORES BORGERON 25 May 1935, at St Marys RCC, Westfield MA ; she d: July 1988, Russell MA; he d: April 1983, Russell MA...his SSN: 013-22-2105; her's, SSN: 020-01-0188; Martha & John Costello received an invitation to their wedding in Westfield MA, as follows:19 McKinley Terr Westfield Mass May 10, 1935 Dear Mr and Mrs Costello: Edward Hibert and I are to be married on May 25th in St Mary's at 9 o'clock . We want you and your family to come to the ceremony; and to a small breakfast at my mother's in Waconoco directly afterwards. Sincerely, Dolores Borgeron |Notes: From Kathi Palmer, Daughter|
JOHN, b: 4 July 1910
d: 24 January 1918, 42 years old; toxemia of pregnancy, interred St Mary's RCCem Westfield MA ...(return)
b: 22 June 1877, Monson MA, attended by Dr Smith
d: 20 November 1897, 20 years old, TB/consumption, interred Bethany RCCem, Monson MA
b: 29 October 1879, Monson MA
d: 12 March 1881, hydrocepahlos, interred Bethany RCCem , Monson MA
JOHN PATRICK COSTELLO:...(top)
b: 16 March 1881, Monson MA, attended by Dr Smith; bap 20 March 1881 St Patricks RCCh, Monson MA
m: MARTHA ANNE HAGGERTY, 30 June 1915 St Cecilia's RCCh, Boston MA, Officiating: Rev JOHN J McGARRY, Witnesses: THOMAS COSTELLO & MARY HAGGERTY; 8 kids:
d:14 February 1966, Boston MA, 84 years old, prostate cancer/surgery|Family Details| ...(return)
BRIDGET COSTELLO: ...(top
b: 18 February 1886, Monson MA; bap 24 February 1886, St Patricks RCCh, Monson MA
m: John Rourke (?)
d: Grave site unknown, may be in the Dower family plot at Bethany RCCem, Monson MA
THOMAS RICHARD COSTELLO II:...(top)
b: 6 February 1883 , Monson MA
Boss dyer, Monson MA, Boston MA & Corinna ME, SSN 005-03-4626; resided Ware, Monson, Franklin, Brighton all in MA; and in Corinna ME; many decendents live in ME, often described as a "good natured scout with big feet". Was most generous with coin, both He & Aunt Jenny, to all of his neices & nephews who visited. According to the 1880 National Census for Hampden Co, Monson MA, Aunt Jenny's parents, Charles & Bridget Hanson had a boarding house containing 13 members, probably local mill workers. He was b: in Norway; she in Ireland. In the 1910 National Census, Thomas was a border at the Hampden Ave Hanson residence & a dyer at one of the local woolen mills; Joanna Hanson, Thomas' future bride in 1917, was resident at her parents boarding house & a straw hat machine operator at one of the local mills.
m: JOANNA LOUISE HANSON, 18 April 1917, St Patricks RCCh Monson MA; (she d: 1934 interred w/son THOMAS III (he d: 21 December 1981) in Bethany RCCem, Monson MA; 3 kids:
HELEN MARY, b:21 February 1918, Ware MA; d: 2 January 1992, unmarried, interred Village Cem, Corinna ME; worked in Brighton MA for many years, SSN: 028-12-9943.
KATHERINE PATRICIA ( HILL ), b; 10 March 1919, Ware MA; m: RALPH C HILL 25 April 1942, St Gabriels RCCh Brighton MA, d: August 1985, interred Village Cem, Corinna ME...attended Simmons College, Boston MA, SSN: 015-18-3963
THOMAS RICHARD III b: 1922, d: 21 December 1981, Norwich CT; ..... was feeling ill one eve, went out in his auto for a short trip, was found by the roadside in his auto by the state troopers, died from an apparent heart attack; interred w/his mother in Bethany RCCem Monson MA ... was a popular guy; purchased a "rag top" roadster during the 1930's with his mother's estate monies and entertained all of his friends; ...... served in the USArmy/WW2; m: 3 July 1948 in Corinna ME to Marion Agnes Andrews, (b: 11 January 1932, of English-French ancestry from Guilford ME, was a Sr Nurses Aide; d: 6 February 1999, Corinna ME, age 67 years; interred in Crosby & Neal Private Vault, Newport ME) (maybe temporary interment, Costello family plot, in which Marion purchased additional space, is located at Bethany RCCem, Monson MA)
(Aunt NEL HANSON was surragate mother for the children after her sisters early death)
m: KATHLEEN JENNIE McKENNEY, age 29 years, 19 February 1944 , Immaculate Conception RCCh, Portsmouth NH, Rev James H Brennan officiated, Catherine Delaney & Ann Frisbee witnessed ; no children
d: 22 March 1972, Corinna ME, SSN-005-03-4626, interred Corinna Villiage Cem w/children: HELEN & KATHERINE & wife, KATHLEEN ...(return)
ELLEN COSTELLO: ...(top)
Interred w/parents in Bethany RCCem, Monson MA (noted in Bethany records as a child of THOMAS & BRIDGET COSTELLO
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