NORTHERN NEW YORK
Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people and the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation.
New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1910.
James Mahoney was born in Kineagh, county Cork, Ireland, about 1791, died at Stockholm, New York, in 1866. He came to this country in 1847 and found employment first at Lowell, Massachusetts. Afterward he removed to Stockholm, where he followed farming the remainder of his active life. Have these webpages helped you?
Margaret, Mary, Ann, married Barney Lantry, of Helana, N.Y., Patrick, Timothy, mentioned below; and Jeremiah.
(II) Timothy, son of James Mahoney, was born in Kineagh, county Cork, Ireland, in 1826, died in the town of Brasher, N.Y. in 1907. He received a good education in the national schools of Ireland, and was about twenty-one when he came to this country with his father and the family. He worked in Portland, Maine, for a time, and later in Stockholm and near Hogansburg, N.Y. He was a well-to-do farmer and continued in active business to the time of his death. In politics he was a Democrat. He was at one time assessor of the town.
He married in 1851, Ann Lantry, born in the Quaker settlement in the town of Brasher, New York, in 1832, now living at Helena, N.Y.
1. James, deceased, settled in Ohio.
2. Catherine, lived at Helena, N.Y.
3. Joshua, deceased; lived in Chicago.
4. Nellie, died, aged eleven years.
5. John, lives in Chicago; married Catherine Clifford.
6. Patrick, lives on the old homstead in Brasher, near Hogansburg, N.Y.; married Julia Keenan; children: Ann, James, Helen, Barnaby, Timothy, Catherine, John, Margaret and Marion.
7. Margaret, married John Dawson of Helena, a farmer; children: Maria, Michael, Timothy and Catherine.
8. Thomas, lives in Chicago; married Anna Lang; children: William, Mercedes, Helen, and six others, who died young, of the six deceased Joshua lived to be about seven years old.
9. Timothy J., mentioned below.
Three others died in infancy.
(III) Rev. Timothy J. Mahoney, son of Timothy Mahoney, was born near Hogansburg, N.Y., April 9, 1874. He was educated in the public schools of Hogansburg and Potsdam and at St. Nicholas' College, Belgium (Europe), where he was graduated in 1898. He graduated also at the American College at Louvain in 1901 and was ordained there the same year in the priesthood of the Roman Catholic church. He was appointed assistant pastor at Cape Vincent, N.Y., in 101. His first pastorate as priest in charge was of St. Andrew's, at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y., in 1902. In addition to the patorate he had charge of churches in Adams and Belleville, and afterward he built a church at Adams.
In July, 1906, he was appointed rector in charge of St. Patrick's church of Colton, N.Y., and he had charge also of a mission at South Colton. Since May 3, 1909, he has been pastor of St. Mary's church at Brushton, New York.
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