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Patrick Gaynor was born 1867 in Ireland to Lawrence Gaynor (1825-c1900) and Bridget Mack (1825-1893) and died 27 June 1943 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States of America of unspecified causes. He married Bridget Reilly (1879-1968) 29 November 1900 in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States. Ancestors are from Ireland.




Children


Offspring of Patrick Gaynor and Bridget Reilly (1879-1968)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Kathleen Gaynor O'Brien (1902-)
Joseph Gaynor (1905-1976)
Alice Frances Gaynor Davis (1907-1999)
Margueritte Gaynor (1909-1992) 1909 Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States of America 1992 New Providence, Union County, New Jersey, United States of America Walter Carl Behre (1904-1977)

James Francis Gaynor (1914-1999)
Ruth Niaomi Ganyor Simons (1919-1981)


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Sources and notes

‡ General
  • Behre Family Photos and History v1.0 by Tom O'Brien
  • Correspondence with Donna Christine Park by Donna Christine Park
  • 1940 Census
  • 1930 Census
  • 1920 Census
  • 1915 NJ Census
  • 1910 Census
  • 1905 NJ Census
  • 1900 Census (possible)
  • 1885 NJ Census (possible)
  • 1880 Census (possible)
  • Was a leather worker 1897 to 1941
  • Lived at 82 Buren in Newark, NJ in 1897
  • Lived at 79 Van Buren in Newark, NJ from 1898 to 1899
  • Lived at 132 Newark in Newark, NJ in 1906
  • Lived at 351 Warren in Newark, NJ in 1906
  • Lived at 149 Norfolk in Newark, NJ in 1907
  • Lived at 122 South 6th Street in Newark, NJ from 1908 to 1909
  • Lived at 142 Newark in Newark, NJ 1910 to 1920
  • Lived at 23 Morris Ave in Newark, NJ 1920 to 1922
  • Lived at 188 South 11th Street in Newark, NJ 1923 to 1943
₪ Wedding
¶ Death



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  Charles Patrick Behre

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