Catherine Fennessy O'Neil died in 1922, Manchester City part of Independent Richmond City.She was living with her daughter, Mary A. Seifert at 2100 Fairfax Ave., Manchester City. Both Patrick and Catherine along with daughter, Agnes Cecelia O'Neil Wood are buried in St. James Roman Catholic Cemetery beside Blandford Cemetery outside of Petersburg, Va. Michael Joseph O'Neil died in 1920 in Manchester City. Grandson Michael Joseph O'Neil Jr., died about 1968 in Chesterfield, Va. He was a photographer for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Michael Joseph O'Neil married Mary Eva Ritter in Manchester City about 1907. Michael Joseph O'Neil had a brother, James Nicholas O'Neil who with his brother in law, Ernest P. Seifert started a foundry making railroad parts about 1918 in Manchester City. Ernest Seifert died in 1921 when he was hit by a street car. The OK Foundry still exists today and is owned by the O'Neil Family. There was one other brother, Thomas Johnson O'Neil who died in 1933 of meningitis in Richmond City, Va. and a sister, Mary A. O'Neil Seifert who died in 1952-3 in Manchester City. Most are buried in Mount Calvary Cemetery (City of Richmond) or Holy Cross Cemetery (City of Richmond). Newman Thomas at dr.doctor56yahoo.com or leeoak on "Ancestry.com"