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Estelle O'Malley (1895-1953)

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Estelle O'Malley (1895-1953) committed suicide on the boat when returning from Paris to New York after her husband divorced her. (b. 1895, New York City, New York, USA - d. 1953, at sea between Paris, France an New York City, New York, USA)

BirthEdit

She was the daughter of Thomas Francis O'Malley (1854-1918) a Letter Carrier and later Post Office Inspector; and Georgiana Reynolds (1855-1941).

SiblingsEdit

Frank O'Malley (1876-1963) who was a banker that married Rene X and worked in Brazil; Grace O'Malley (1881-?) who died as a youth; Edwin O'Malley (1883-1955) who married Alma Feltner (1882-1940) and was the Commisioner of Public Markets for the city of New York, and the father of Walter Francis O'Malley (1903-1979) who owned the Brooklyn Dodgers; Leonard O'Malley (1888-1966) who married Florence Riley (c1890-c1958) and was a real estate developer who's daughter married George Jay Gould III (1918-1985); Arthur O'Malley (1889-1971) who married Maria K. Blake (1894-1989) and was a construction supervisor; Mabel O'Malley (1890-1926) who married Emil J. Ozanne and took her own life during a bout of post-partum depression, four months after the death of her only child; Agnes O'Malley (1891-1980) who married Oscar Louis Naetzker (1891-1983); Joseph O'Malley (1893-1985) who married Kathryn Kennedy (1897-1974) aka Sis Kennedy, and was the Publisher of the Sub-Contractor's Register; Warren O'Malley (1897-c1955) who never married; and Kathyrn O'Malley (1898-1985) a lawyer who never married and was cremated.

MarriageEdit

She married Nelson Montfort (c1895-?). He was a banker and it is assumed that he died in Paris.

Divorce and suicideEdit

When they divorced she committed suicide on the boat when returning from Paris to New York.

ObituaryEdit

Her obituary may appear in the New York Times on September 22, 1953; on page 31.

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