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Jane B. Gelchion
Sex: Female
Birth: October 29, 1895
Jersey City, New Jersey
Baptism: November 10, 1895
Roman Catholic
Saint Paul's
Jersey City, New Jersey
Death: March 27, 1976
Rutherford, New Jersey
Burial: Holy Name Cemetery
Jersey City, New Jersey
Father: Martin Matthew Gelchion I (1858-1899)
Mother: Jane E. Hogan (1864-1949)
Spouse/Partner: Patrick Cryan (1894-1961)
Children: Thomas Cryan
Jane Cryan
Gelchion-Jane 1895 birth

Jane B. Gelchion (1895-1976) Housewife (b. October 29, 1895, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. March 27, 1976, Rutherford, Bergen County, New Jersey, USA)

BirthEdit

Jane is the daughter of Martin Matthew Gelchion I (1858-1899) aka Matthew Gelchion, and Jane E. Hogan (1864-1949).

SiblingsEdit

Her siblings include: Matthew John Gelchion I (1886-1966) who married Mary E. Sullivan (1890-1967); Mary Catherine Gelchion (1888-1889); Elizabeth Gelchion (1890-1961) who married William Henry Haney (1888-1985); Winifred Gelchion (1891-1984) who married Joseph T. Furey I (1895-1925) and after his death married Francis Parks (1902-1988); and Katherine Gelchion (1893-c1950) who married John Morgan.

MarriageEdit

She married Patrick Cryan (1894-1961) aka Packy Cryan, in 1927.

ChildrenEdit

Thomas Cryan; and Jane Cryan.

Jersey City, New JerseyEdit

In 1900 she was living with her parents at 138 McAdoo Avenue in Jersey City. In 1920 she was living at 64 Rose Avenue in Jersey City. In 1930 Pat and Jane were living at 24 Hackett Place in Rutherford in Bergen County, New Jersey.

BurialEdit

Patrick and Jane are both buried in Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City.

RelationshipEdit

Jane B. Gelchion (1899-1976) was the second cousin, twice removed of Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ).

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