John Henry Nagle was born 10 February 1897 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States to Jeremiah H Nagle (1865-1918) and Rose Ann LaPierre (1869-1954) and died 12 June 1959 in Stoneham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Annie Terese Reilly (1906-1951) 14 February 1925 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.
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Of: Cambridge and Stoneham, Massachusetts



Annie Terese Reilly, married on 14 Feb 1925, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts


Offspring of Annie Reilly and John Henry Nagle (1897-1959)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Dorothy Nagle (1926-1972)
Bernardine Ann Nagle (1927-1984) 21 September 1927 Stoneham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States 22 October 1984 Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States Charles Kastanotis (1918-2006)

Alice F Nagle (1935-2000)
Ann Terese Nagle (1938-2010) 20 January 1938 18 March 2010 Edward Hubert Paquette
  • by wife Annie Terese
  1. Mary Dorothy Nagle, b. 26 Mar 1926, Worburn, Massachusetts, d. 1 Jan 1972, Illinois
  2. Bernardine Ann Nagle, b. 21 Sep 1927, Stoneham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, d. 22 Oct 1984, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  3. Alice F Nagle, b. 13 Dec 1935, Stoneham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, d. 29 Sep 2000, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts
  4. Ann Terese Nagle, b. 20 Jan 1938, Stoneham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, d. 18 Mar 2010, St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida.

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John was a Machinist and at one point was employed at the Boston Naval Shipyard


  • Stoneham Independent June 18, 1959
  • John H. Nagle Suffered Fatal Heart Attack

John Henry Nagle of 42 Cottage St. died suddenly of a heart attack at his home last Friday. He was 62 years old and had been a resident here for 17 years. A native of Cambridge, he had been employed as a machinist for the Ace Welding Company of Saugus. The husband of the late Anne (Reilly), he is survived by four daughters, Anne Nagle and Mrs. Alice Caisee, both of Cottage St.; Mrs. Dorothy Taylor of Everett and Bernardine of Lynn; by three brothers, Francis of Collincote St., Fred of Malden, and William of Woburn. Funeral services were conducted at the Robert B. Cassidy Funeral Home. Rev. George F. Smith was celebrant of the Solemn "High Mass of Requiem" Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. David M. Burke was deacon and Rev. Richard Coughlin was sub-deacon. Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery.

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  1. Cambridge City Hall Birth Records. Reserched by Caryn (Caisse) Hayes.
  2. Twelfth Census of the United States, State Massachusetts, County Middlesex, City of Cambridge, Date June 1, 1900, 44 Union Street. Web Site
  3. Cambridge Library, Microfilm of Cambridge Cronicle Newspaper.
  4. Doug Kastanotis' Main Page with Family Group Genealogy Links.


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