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Moylan family of Omaha

Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 6 Jan 2011 4:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi. I am looking for any descendents of David Moylan and Bridget Sullivan Moylan who were married in Omaha in 1889 and had twelve children: Julia, David, James, Frank, Marie, Michael, Madeline, Dorothy, John, Leo, Mary, and Agnes.

I have information on Bridget's two sisters Mary Sullivan Cahill and Abbie Sullivan Donohue. Hope to share information.

Andrea

Re: Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 15 Jan 2011 8:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi
Not related.
On http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/
Select newspaper pages on left...click
On right, scroll down to Omaha Bee
On same page scroll down to search box & enter Moylan

1. 16 Jul 1898 image 12
"The following births were reported to the health commissioner during the 24 hours ending at noon yesterday...David Moylan 1923 S 19th Street, a boy (...Michael)

2. 7 Dec 1889, image 7
"REALTY MARKET...J M McMahon to David Moylan, n 1/2 lot 8, blk 3, Improvement association add, w d 1200."

On Ancestry city directories

Omaha
1890
Moylan D, fireman UP Ry, r 1712 S 6th

1898
Moylan, David, fireman UP Ry, r 1923 S 19
Moylan, Michael, r 1923 S 19
Moylan, Simon, r 1923 S 19

WWI
James M. Moylan
b 1 Nov 1892
911 S 36

Frank Joseph Moylan
b 24 Jul 1894
911 S 36

On http://omahamarriages.wordpress.com/mi-mn/
Moylan, Frank J, 30 md Anna Donalioe, 30 Jun 1923
Moylan, James M, 31 md Lucy Miller, 27; 24 Sep 1924
Moylan, Julia, 34 md Horatio DeHarport, 36; Nov 1900

This is the website for Greater Omaha Genealogy Society. Although there are several marriages, when birth index and obit index are checked, there are no entries for Moylan.

There are no Moylans listed in Forest Lawn index.

They seemed to have "disappered" sometime in the 1920's.

Re: Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 15 Jan 2011 8:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for the information. I did get in touch with a descendent who was very helpful. I had gone to the Greater Omaha Genealogical site for the obits. The strange thing was there were Moylan's on it one day and two days later they were all gone.

Andrea

Re: Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 16 Jan 2011 8:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Found:
On http://distantcousin.com/directoies/ne/omaha/1914/Page.asp?P...
Moylan, David eng, r 911 S 36th
Moylan, David J, wks NE & IA Steel Tank Co, b 911 S 36th
Moylan, Frances, bkpr Om Elec Lt & P Co, b 911 S 36th
Moylan, Jas, meter reader Om Elec Lt & P Co, b 911 S 36th
Moylan, Julia, clk City Trust & Safe Deposit, b 911 S 36th
Moylan, Michael, mssr WL Yetter & Co, b 911 S 36th

https://familysearch.org
David & Bridget md 26 Feb 1889

On Ancestry:
Omaha city dir
1930 & 1940
Moylan, Bridget (wid David) r 414 N 28th av
Moylan, Frank J (Ann D) Sec-Treas NE Power Co, h 923 S 36th
Moylan, Jas M (Lucy) supvr N P Co, h 3533 Pine
Moylan, John J (Violet) clk N P Co, h 3420 N 45th
Moylan, Leo F (Helen B) asst cr mgr Phillips Pet Co, r 2615 Cass

Another place that looks interesting is listed at
http://www.omahahistory.org/
Scroll down to library archives & click. This brings up the library page. It has 12 links in blue boxes. Check them out
and if anything looks interesting, send an email to them at archivist@omahahistory.org and find out if they indeed have anything and how much it would cost--if it works like most libraries, it will cost less if you, or someone you know, will do the research.

Re: Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 17 Jan 2011 3:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks again for your information.

Andrea

Re: Moylan family of Omaha

Posted: 28 Jan 2013 6:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,
Was goofing around and saw your post from january 2011 looking for relatives of David Moylan and Bridget Sullivan Moylan. Their daughter Mary is my grandmother. David had long passed prior to my birth in 1955 but I still do have vague recollections of great grandma Bridget before her death in 1959 I believe. My own father (Mary Moylan's son) is nearly 86 and still alive. If there is anything you'd like me to ask him about his many aunts and uncles (of those twelve kids and their families, there were plenty around Omaha), let me know.
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