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O'Rahilly's "Early Irish History and Mythology":
The extant Irish traditions of raids on Roman Britain begin with Niall's
father, Eochu Mugmedon. We are told that in a raid on Britain (Alba) Eochu
carried off a lady named Cairenn, whom he made his wife, and who by him became
mother of Niall. Now this name Cairenn appears to be otherwise unknown in Irish
literature. It can hardly be mere coincidence that it has its exact counterpart
in the Latin woman's name Carina, which, borrowed into Irish would have given
Old Irish Cairenn. Accordingly I have no hesitation in accepting as trustworthy
the tradition of the British origin of Niall's mother. Keating makes her
'daughter of the king of the Britons,' and elsewhere she is 'daughter of the
king of the Old Saxons.' Corrupt forms of the last expression apparently led to
the invention of a name for her father; and so we find her described as
'ingen Sacheill Bailb di Saxanaib,' 'ingen Saxaill Bailb ri Saxan,' and 'ingen
Sgail Bailb ri Saxan,' in which the epithet Balb appears to have been borrowed
from the mythical name Scal Balb ('dumb phantom').
__ __|__ ___________________| | | __ | |__|__ _John JEGIER __________| | | __ | | __|__ | |___________________| | | __ | |__|__ _August J JEGIER ______| | | __ | | __|__ | | _UNKNOWN RADOMSKI _| | | | | __ | | | |__|__ | |_Catherine RADOMSKI ___| | | __ | | __|__ | |___________________| | | __ | |__|__ | |--Edmund H JEGIER | | __ | __|__ | ___________________| | | | __ | | |__|__ | _Frank MINDYKOWSKI ____| | | | __ | | | __|__ | | |___________________| | | | __ | | |__|__ |_Veronica MINDYKOWSKI _| | __ | __|__ | ___________________| | | | __ | | |__|__ |_Franciszka KROJEWSKI _| | __ | __|__ |___________________| | __ |__|__
. E.H. JEGIER DIES IN GARAGE
. Carbon Monoxide Blamed for Death Of Salesman
. Edmund H. Jegier, 47, of 846 S. Grant St., a salesman for the Cook
Coffee Co., was found dead at 6:45 a.m. Today in his car inside the garage
at the rear of his home.
. Police, called to the home by Jegier's wife, Marie, said the garage was
filled with carbon monixide fumes when they arrived. The body was
slumped over the wheel of the panel truck.
. Mrs. Jegier told the police that she had gone out to empty trash and
decided to check the garage because she thought her husband had not
returned home that night.
. Turns Off Ignition
She said the engine was running and she turned off the ignition and
. According to Dr. F. Dale Nelson, deputy coroner, Jegier had been dead
about six hours and apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning. The
case is still under investigation by his office.
. Jegier was born in South Bend on Oct. 14, 1916. He and the former
Marie Niespodziany were married on Feb. 22, 1941, in St. Casimir's
. Family Survives
. Also surviving are two sons, Ronald and Thomas, both at home, and two
sisters, Mrs. Frances Ewald of Paw Paw and Mrs. Adeline Steszewski of
. Services will be at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Casimir's Church with Rev.
Bernard Niemier, pastor, officiating. Intrment [sic.] will be in St.
. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday in the St. Joseph Funeral Home.