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The Ballaquine Kaighin Branch

The Kaighin Descendants of John Kaighin and Elizabeth Nicholl

 

This page, and the discussion pages for the other branches on this website were created several years ago. 

Due to the massive amount of effort involved, I no longer keep these discussion pages updated. 

So the data you find here has become stale.  I do keep the Kaighin Genealogy Database updated. 

You can find this on the index page.

 

Legend

Family

A unique number I have assigned to each family in my database.  They are roughly sequenced by date or approximate date of the first marriage.

Parent Family

Follow this number to the corresponding family either up one generation.  The first entry in each family grouping is the marriage record.  So the corresponding Family number will be the family that the father of that family came from.  A number in the Child Family column next to a child indicates the subsequent family he produced.   A secondary purpose of this column is to indicate a continuation or an end of the Kaighin line in that branch.

-         “UNKNOWN” means no link to the previous generation found. 

-         “Name” means the female married a non-Kaighin male, see the “Spouse” column.   I.e., “Carran” means that female married into the Carran family.

-         infant”, “child”, “teenager” indicates early death.

-         “Illegitimate”.  If the father is known, his last name will be in the “notes” column if it is not Kaighin.

-         no issue”.  Indicates no children

-         unmarried” – Self Explanatory.

-         In the case of multiple marriages by a male, there will be multiple numbers like “13500 / 13800”

-         In the case of multiple marriages by a female, there will be multiple names

Child Family

Subsequent Kaighin family produced in the male line.

Fam Date

The date of marriage if available.  If not, then an approximate date prior to the birth of the known first born.  If the letter “p” follows the date, this means “prior to”.

First Name

Self explanatory.  I’ve conventionalized all names to avoid duplicity and ambiguity.  It also helps when sorting the data if all like names are spelled the same.  Example, Elizabeth, Beth, Liz, Lizzie, etc., are all spelled Elizabeth.  Many times, the same person will have their name spelled multiple ways on different records or events.  All variations will eventually be added to either the “notes” column or the “IGI Christian Name Spelling” column.

M/F

Male, Female, Husband, Wife or Unmarried

Event

B=Birth, C=Christening, M=Marriage, U=Unmarried

Date

Date of event

Death / Burial

If I found the date of both events, I always listed the date of death. 

Father First

Self explanatory.

Mother Last

Self explanatory.  There were often multiple spellings of the same surname, so I always used the spelling that was used in the majority for that individual.

Mother First

Self explanatory.  Spelling is also conventionalized in this column for sorting purposes. 

Spouse Information

Self explanatory.  There were often multiple spellings of the same surname, so I always used the spelling that was used in the majority for that individual.

Location

Location of the event.

Of

Place or Places individual was (or is) known to have lived

Emigration

If emigrated, lists sequence of stops if known.

Memo, Notes and Sources

Sources listed here as well as anything else I found pertinent or interesting.  As of October, 2013 I am still annotating my sources in the databases, so all sources are not yet listed.  In any web pages I create using the database, all email address have had the “@” removed and replaced with “#”.  This hides email address from spam “spiders” that search web pages for email addresses. 

 

 

 

6500

 

 

 

Family 6750 – John Kaighin and Elizabeth Nicholl

Family

Parent Family

Child Family

First Name

M/F

Event

Date Approximation

Date

Location

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Spouse  Surname

Spouse Forename

of

Emigration

Memo

Notes 1

Sources

 

6750

3400

 

John

Husband

Marriage

 

1766 01 18

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

1792 02 22 - burial

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

Nicholl

Elizabeth "Bessy"

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael

 

Elizabeth was the daughter of Robert Knickal and Joney Quayne. Her siblings were Jane, Elizabeth and John

From IGI, John born about 1741, of Kirk Michael, Kerroglass

Dave Bagley

 

6750

 

9400

John

Male

Birth

ABOUT

1768

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

Prior to 1835

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Cannell

Eleanor

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man, Brooklyn, NY, USA

America, Brooklyn NY.

John died prior to 1835. Source: New York Genealogical Records, 1675-1920 Name: Eleanor Kaighin Event: Lived Year: 1835 Place: New York City County: New York Province: New York Comments: Title - widow Source: Longworth's American Almanac, New-York Register, and City Directory Publisher: Thomas Longworth Publication info: NY, NY, 1835. Page: 401

Eleanor daughter of John Cannell and Joney Caine.

 

Their emigration date is speculation, although daughter Margaret Varren is living with mother Ellen Kaighin in NY in 1850 Census. No record of John although he probably came over as well.

Dave Bagley

And

John Dungan

And

New York

 

6750

 

 

Margaret

Female

Birth

ABOUT

1770

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

1854 12 24 - death - buried 12/27

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

Cannell

John

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael

 

Mother of Margaret Cannell, wife of Charles Kaighin in Kaighin family 11900.  See wills of Margaret and John Cannell below.

Mother of Margaret Cannell, who married Charles Kaighin in family 11900.

Dave Bagley

 

6750

 

 

Anne

Female

Christening

 

1775 06

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

After 1792

 

 

 

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael

 

 

 

Dave Bagley

 

6750

 

10300

Charles

Male

Birth

ABOUT

1778

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

1855 08 08 - death

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Killey

Eleanor

Kerrowglass; Kirk Michael (birth); Bigwell Street, Douglas (1841); Queen Street, Douglas (1852); Brooklyn, New York (1852-1855)

America, Brooklyn, NY

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

And

New York

 

6750

 

 

William

Male

Christening

 

1783 08 30

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

After 1792

 

 

 

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael; Kirk Malew ?? (1841)

 

 

 

Dave Bagley

 

6750

 

 

Catherine

Female

Christening

 

1786 06 18

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

After 1841 09 09

 

 

 

Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael

 

 

 

Dave Bagley

 

 

 

Will of John Kaighen, Kerroglass, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man 1792, A, 40

 

(Summary)

Son and Heir – John.  Two eldest daughters, Margaret and Ann Youngest daughter Catherine 2 youngest sons, Charles and William. Wife Elizabeth. John Cannell, husband of Margaret

 

 

Will of KNICKAL Robert, Kirk Patrick, Isle of Man 1762-1 E

 

(Summary – father of Elizabeth Nicholl)

MY NOTES -- Wife Joney als ? als Quane (previous marriage?) Two daughters, Jane and Elizabeth and one son, John who was the uncle of underage child William Knickal.

Joney may have had a daughter from a previous marriage -- Isabel Quane?

Bessy (Elizabeth), daughter of Robert, christened 30 Jun 1745 Bessy married John Kaighin in 1766 in K. Michael at age 20 (underage) –

IGI shows Christening of Elizabeth Nicholl 30 Jun 1745, Kirk Patrick, daughter of Robt Knickle, C028241, 0106738, PRINTOUT 6909415 - IGI SHOWS Sister Jane, christened 24 Nov 1742, Patrick, No John in IGI - IGI shows marriage 18 Jan 1766, K. Michael, film 457193 (Elizabeth and John Kaighin) - IGI shows marriage of Joney Quane and Robt Knickle, 29 Jan 1760, and 20 Jan 1760 Patrick (were children illegitimate?)

 

 

Will of Margaret Cannell als Kaighin Original: LDS: 0106257 Kirk Michael, Isle of Man 1855 #59

 

(Daughter of John Kaighin and Elizabeth Nicholl)

The humble petition of John Cowley of Crammag in the parish of Lezayre and Elizabeth his wife and of Thomas Callister of Lhergy Dhoon the parish of German and Eleanor his wife. Sheweth: That of late to wit on the 24th day of December last past Mrs Margaret Cannell relict of John Cannell of the KerrowGlass in the parish of Michael departed this life but first duly made and published her last will and testament and thereof appointed her two daughters your petitioners joint executrixes. That it is necessary that the said will be received and probate thereof granted and that petitioners John Cowley and Thomas Callister should be sworn administrators with the said will annexed. Wherefore your petitioners pray a hearing hereof and for probate of the will of the said Margaret Cannell and that petitioners be sworn administrators thereof in right of their said wives and they will pray. F. J. D. LaMothe for the petitioners Ordered that this petition do come on to be heard at an Ecclesiastical Court to be holden at Ramsey on Monday the 22 day of January instant whereof all proper parties are to have due notice. Given this 6th day of January 1855 T. A. Corlett.

 

In the name of God Amen. I Margaret Cannell alias Kaighen of the KerrooGlass in the parish of Kirk Michael widow, being of sound disposing mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty of this mortal life do hereby make and declare this paper writing to be my last will and testament. First I commit my soul to Almighty God and my body to be buried at the directions my executrixes herein after named. Item I leave devise and bequeath unto my daughter Margaret Kaighin wife of Charles Kaighin (ED NOTE:  Margaret’s daughter Margaret married an unrelated Charles Kaighin.  Kerroglass farm was passed to this daughter) of the parish of German all and singular my half or moiety of that part and parcel of lands situate in the said parish of Kirk Michael being part of the quarterland of Kerrowglass purchased by my husband John Cannell deceased from John Cannell also deceased and which said lands the whole are of the annual Lords rent of four shillings and six pence or there abouts and now in the possession of me the said Margaret Cannell To Have and to Hold unto her the said Margaret Kaighen her heirs executors administrators the said part and parcel of lands, together with the one half or moiety of the dwelling house and out houses thereon erected and all ways waters watercourses roads and easements to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining from the day of my decease absolutely and forever. Hereby charging and subjecting and encumbering the said lands and premises with the sum of sixty pounds sterling which the said sum of sixty pounds the said Margaret Kaighen her heirs executors administrators or assigns is to pay when she possesses the said lands and premises as a consideration money for the same in manner herein after directed by this my will, free from the control and management of her husband the said Charles Kaighin and the said lands and premises are not to be subject and liable to any debt or debts contracted or which maybe hereinafter contracted by the said Charles Kaighen but are hereby declared to be for the sole behoof and benefit of my daughter the said Margaret Kaighen. Item I leave, devise and bequeath to my daughter Jane the wife of William Camaish of Kirk Michael the one fourth part of the said sixty pounds to be paid by my said daughter Margaret Kaighen as legacy. Also I leave devise and bequeath to my daughter Isabella the wife of Thomas Lace of Lezayre the one fourth part of the said sixty pounds as legacy. Also I leave devise and bequeath to my daughter Eleanor the wife of Thomas Collister of Kirk German the one fourth part of the said sum of sixty pounds as legacy and also I leave devise and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth the wife of John Cowley of Lezarye the one fourth part of the said sum of sixty pounds as legacy to be paid by said daughter Margaret Kaighen and her husband the said Charles Kaighen when possessing the said lands and premises free from the control and management of the husbands of my said several daughters and not to be subject and liable to any debt or debts contracted or which may be hereafter contracted by either of them but it is further my will that the same shall be applied for the sole use behoof and benefit of my said daughters and that their receipts shall be the only discharge for the said legacies respectively. Item I leave devise and bequeath to my grandchildren William Cannan and John Cannan one sheep each as legacy. Item I leave devise and bequeath unto my granddaughter Catherine Kaighen one sheep as legacy. Item: I leave devise and bequeath unto Phillip Kaighen my manservant one sheep as legacy. Also I leave devise and bequeath to my said daughters Jane the wife of William Camaish and Isabella the wife of Thomas Lace the sum of twelve pounds each as legacy free from the control of their husbands and not to be subject and liable to the payment of their debts but said twelve pounds to be paid unto their own hands. Item I leave devise and bequeath to the poor of the parish of Kirk Michael the sum one pound as legacy. Lastly I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said daughters Eleanor the wife of Thomas Collister and Elizabeth the wife of the said John Cowley whole and sole executrixes and residuary legatees of this my last will and testament. Hereby further leaving devising and bequeathing to any person or persons who may claim an interest in this my last will and testament the sum of six pence legacy. Hereby revoking and altering any former will or wills by me before made. In testimony whereof I the said Margaret Cannell have here unto subscribed my name this the Eighteenth day of November the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty four 1854.

Margaret Cannell my X mark

 

Signed published and declared by the testatrix in our presence and in the presence of each other who at her request have put our names hereto as witnesses. John Cannell, John Kaighin Charles Faragher John Cowley and Thomas Callister sworn in as executors of Margaret Cannell's will

 

22 Jan 1835 (1855?). Vicar and Church Wardens received one pound in full payment and satisfaction of the legacy on 30 Apr 1855 Joseph Brown, Vicar John Hadden Church Warden Wm Cowley Church Warden. Jane and William Camaish rec'd 12 pounds

 

3 Jan 1872. Grandchildren, Catherine Kaighin, John Cannon and William Cannon received sheep 10 Nov 1855. Isabella Lace and Thomas Lace rec'd 12 pounds

 

3 May 1855. Margaret Kaighen wife of Charles Kaighin of KK German received her legacies 22 Jan 1855 also 15 pounds sterling Probate granted 22 Jan 1855. Eleanor Callister and Thomas Callister rec'd 4 May 1855 their legacy John Cowley and Elizabeth Cowley rec'd legacy 4 May 1855.

 

 

Will of John Cannell, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man, 1819

 

(husband of Margaret Cannell als Kaighin)

 

In the name of God Amen. I John Cannell of the KerrowGlass in the parish of KK Michael who being weak in body but of sound mind and memory in making my last will and testament. First I commit my soul to God and my body to Christian burial. Secondly I leave and bequeath to my daughter Jane Cannell the sum of ten pounds British as legacy and that the said legacy is not to be paid till the said Jane Cannell comes to the age of two and twenty years. Thirdly I leave and bequeath to my daughter Margaret Cannell the sum of twenty pounds British as legacy when she comes to the age of two and twenty years. Fourthly I leave and bequeath to the rest of my daughters Ann, Isabala, Eleanor, Mary and Elizabeth Cannell twenty pounds British each as legacy and that the said legacy is not to be paid till the said children comes to the age of two and twenty years and also my part of the sheep that is in the care of Wm Cowley between my children and also my sheep that is in the care of John Kaighin except ewe she lamb which is to be left for Mary my daughter beside her share of the rest of the sheep as legacy. Fifthly I leave to my wife Margaret Cannell Kaighin my part of my houses and lands during her natural life and after the decease of the said Margaret Cannell also Kaighin that the said moiety or part of my houses and lands to be possessed by my daughter Margaret Cannell and that the said Margaret Cannell is to pay fifty pounds British to be divided between the rest of my children as legacy at possessing the said houses and lands. Sixthly I leave and bequeath twenty shillings to the poor of the parish and also six pence to any person or persons that will claime in my last will and testament. Lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my loving wife Margaret Cannell also Kaighin sole executor of all the rest of my goods and effects movable and immovable of whatsoever kind and nature. John Cannell my x

 

Witnesses present John Quay John Kaighin jurati

 

At a Chapter Court holden in Kirk Michael 27 Oct 1819 The executrix is sworn in court in form of law and also as guardian and supervisor of the children under age and that she hath given pledges for the payment of debts and legacies namely the witesses of the will.

 

Probatum est

T. Stephen Episcopal Registry

 

25 June 1824 John Cannon husband of Jane Cannell in the foregoing will named appeared at the Registry this day and acknowledged to have received the legacies of ten pounds British left her in and by said will and hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executrix her executors or administrators of the same and of every part thereof John Cannan

Before Me Joseph Brown ER

 

Received form the executrix of the within will the sum of one pound in and by being a legacy left to t he poor of the parish of KK Michael Witness my subscription this 25 June 1824 Joseph Brown vicar General Episcopal Registery.

 

Episcopal Registry 25 June 1824 Charles Kaighin husband of Margaret Cannell in the foregoing will named appeared at the Registry this day and acknowledged to have received the legacy of twenty pounds British left her in and by the said will and hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executrix her executors administrators of the same and of every part thereof. Charles Kaighin

 

This before me Joseph Brown ER Thomas Lace husband of Isabella Cannell in the foregoing will named appeared at the Reigstry this day and acknowledged to have received the legacy of twenty pounds British left her in and by the said will and hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executrix her executors and administrators of the same and of every part thereof. Thos Lace X mark This before Me Joseph Brown ER Ann Cannell one of the daughters of the testator appeared at the Registry this tenth of October 1886 and acknowledges to have received the legacy of twenty pounds British left her in and by this will and hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executrix her executors administrators and assigns of the same and of every part thereof. Ann Cannell

 

This before me Joseph Brown,

 

ER Episcopal Registry l8th June 1829

Thomas Collister husband of Eleanor Cannell in the foregoing will named appeared at this Registry this day and acknowledged to have received the legacy of twenty pounds British left his said wife in and by the said will and hereby exonerates acquits and discharges the executrix her executors and administrators of the same and of every part thereof. Thos Collister x mark This before me Joseph Brown ER

 

Received 30th June 1855 from Charles Kaighin and Mary his wife the within defendents the sum of eight pounds six shillings and eighty pence being the deceadants Mary's proportion of fifty pounds bequeathed by John Cannell to his children and the amount of the with in order in my favor.

Thomas Dawson Att of Mary Dawson

Witnessed by J. Kelly Returned to the Episcopal Registry the 6th day of July 1855

R. Brown DER

 

At an Eccl Court held at Peel 25th May 1855 Between Thomas Dawson Admistrator of Mary Dawson Plaintiff and Charles Kaighin and Margaret his wife Defendants Upon hearing this cause in presence of the parties or their advocates I am of opinion the plaintiff is entitled to recover from the defendants the sum of eight pounds six shillings and eight pence being the deceadants Mary's proportion of fifty pounds bequeathed by John Cannell to his children ordered therefore that the said defendant do forthwith pay the said amount. T. A. Corlett To the Sumner of all others whom it may concern Exd R. Brown ER John Cowley and Elizabeth Cowley also pd 20 lbs. Thomas Callister and Eleanor Callister Thomas Lace and Isabella Cannell Lace paid William Comaish and Jane Cannell Comaish paid Thomas Dawson and Mary Cannell Dawson paid 20lbs Patrick Kneale of the Parish of Lezayre administrator in trust of the estates of Ann Kneale his late wife for and in behalf of her children namely Ellen, Jane, Margaret, John and Elizabeth do hereby own and acknowledges that Charles Kaighin husband of Margaret Cannell sister of my late wife Anne aforesaid has paid the full sum of eight pounds six shillings and eighty pence being the proportion of the said children of a sum of fifty pounds made payableto his late Ann by the aforesaid Margaret Kaighin alis Cannell under the will of John Cannell dated Sept 9th 1818 upon her obtaining possession of certain houses and lands in the said will mentioned John Cannell And I do acquit and discharge him the said Charles Kaighin and Margaret his wife from all further claim or demand on account of the aforesaid will of John Cannell and I also exonerate acquit and undertake to keep him the said Charles Kaighin his executors and administrators safe and harmless in the ----------- is witness my subscription hereto this 29th day of May 1855. Patrick Kneale

Signed in presence of E. S. Moore

 

 

Monumental Inscription in Kirk Braddan Old Yard #23:

 

In memory of Charles Kaighin (son of John Kaighin and Elizabeth Nicholl) who died at Brooklyn America 8th Aug 1855 aged 77 years

Also Ellen wife of the above died 24 Sept 1842 aged 58 years

Also the following children of the above

William died 22nd Mar 1809 aged 1 year

William 26th Mar 1812 aged 1 year

Elizabeth 8th Jan 1815 2 months

Catherine 15th April 1818 3 years

John 22nd Apr 1818 10 months

Elizabeth 28th Jan 1836 15 years

Margaret alias Kneale died 11th Mar 1870 aged 58 years

Charles died at Cleaveland America 21st July 1883 aged 59 years

Also in memory of Robert Roberts who died 28th Mar 1887 aged 72 years

Also the undermentioned Catherine Roberts who died 28th March 1888 aged 69 years

Erected by Catherine Roberts wife of the above and daughter of the above Charles and Ellen Kaighin.

 

 

Letter from Charles Kaighin, Bigwell Street, Douglas to his nephew Charles Kaighin, Cherry Street, New York, 9 September 1841.

 

Ed. Note:  This letter proves the link between families 9400 (John Kaighin and Eleanor Cannell) and 10300 (Charles Kaighin and Eleanor Killey). John and Charles were brothers.  John and Eleanor emigrated with several of their children to New York in 1826.  Their son Charles who died in 1842 was the recipient of this letter.  Charles, the letter writer emigrated with his son Charles to New York in 1852.  His wife Eleanor Killey died in 1842.  Son Charles married Margaret Christian in 1848 in Douglas.  The original letter can be seen here.

 

To Charles Kaighin

Ship write

Cherrey Street No. 662

New York North

Amarica

September 9th 1841

 

            Loving Nephew I have taken this opportunity of Writing thes few lines to you hoping you are all in good health as we are all at present thinks be to god. We are verry glad to heare of your well doing.  William Cowley from peel was giving very good Accounts of you All and we are doing as good as we can.  I was last sunday at crammag and at Thomas Lases [Lace's] and Nanny and every one of them is Grand and lives verry comfortabel and I was at me sistor Chatrin I got me brakefast at Cowley cramag and me lunch with Nanny and me denner with Bella and me tea at my sistor Cathrine in KK michael.  I left Douglas at 6 a clock in the morning and walked about 40 miles and let me know can your mother do such a jorna [journey] as that in one day and I am older then your Mother about 16 days.  I came home a Sunday Nite and went to the herrins[?] amonday night and got a Boat full and nex night another full Boat what I think verry grand.  And Chatrine my Daughter is for comming to New york for nex spring to try her fortune if she can.  And she would be verry glad to have your advise

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About it and would be glad to know the Prices of Dress making and bonnot making and which is the Best she can get work plenty work in Douglas if she would work withe out money with fine promes[promise?] And low wages.  And Charles my son is for a carpenter in the carpenter yard and promising to come to Newyork as soon as he will be out of his time or before that for he is talkin of his cussons in amarica very often. And my Daughter margaret is wanting to be remembered to you all But in perticuler to Phillip, and she would be as glad as anny of them to come if she would know how to get there.  And Jane yore Brothers wife is over glad to heare that your doing so well and every one of you.  And John Gell enelengey[?] Little London is for coming to Newyork for spring and Cathrine is thinking of comming with them, there famely is for coming and the[y] live in the one house with us. For me and my old wife we need not think of coming for we are very old to think of coming.  But if I would be there I would not work at anny Thing sooner then Dabbling about sailing

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And if you can remember the day that you left the Island I have not been sick since but I have faild a great dail but Deare Brother and Sister we are yet in the town of Douglas living Jane[?].  my wife is often talking of you and old tims.  She want to let you know that Bell Quine is in the famely way.  By hir master Dan. Cane alln[?] hir master.  Dear Brother we would like to heare from you.  write a few lins to is [us] as soon as you can. Remember me to your mother and to all your Brothers and sistors Brothers in Law and sistors in Law.  And my wife wants to be rememerd  to you All in perticler to Ellenor your sistor and your sistor Elizabeth she was Lementing very much at leving the Island.  So No More at Presant from your Unkel and Aunt Charles and Ellenor Kaighin

 

And send word as soon as this come to you.

 

Charles Kaighin Bigwell Street Douglas

 

 

Editor’s note:  This section is a consolidation of several emails I’ve written regarding analysis of the above letter.  The letter writer was my GGG Grandfather.

 

The parents of Charles Kaighin, letter writer, were John Kaighin and Elizabeth Nicholl (or variously spelled Knickol, Crigal, Knickal, etc.) of Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael, Isle of Man.  The parents of Charles Kaighin, recipient of the letter were John Kaighin and Eleanor Cannell (who was sixteen days older than Charles).  This John was Charles' brother and of course the son of John Kaighin and Eliz. Nicholl. 

 

Previously, I had thought Charles' parents were John Kaighin and Ann Lace.  The circumstantial evidence was very strong that this was the case, but I never had anything solid.  The process of elimination narrowed down the possibilities to only one Charles, but I always considered the connection tenuous.   Turns out, our Charles' birth/christening record never made it to the IGI.  He was born about 1777, several sources indicate this, so the only Charles in the IGI that was born about 1777 was the son of John Kaighin and Ann Lace (born 30 Nov 1776.)  That and a couple other circumstantial clues led me to conclude that he was the correct one.  But now we know better.

 

When I initially read the letter, I immediately knew which family he was talking about in NY.  Two of the sons of John Kaighin and Eleanor Cannell moved to Cleveland between 1845 and 1855.  They were William and Philip Kaighin.  By the time they got there they already had substantial families of their own.  Philip had 13 children. One of Philip's son's Thomas Gale Kaighin moved to Toledo about 1890 and his descendants are now numerous there.  There are several from this family that I correspond with including Jim Kaighin in the Bahamas, Ken Kaighin in Philadelphia, Bill Kaighin in Riverside, CA and his sister Margaret Eade, and a handful in Toledo.  So I'm very familiar with this branch.

 

I was able to determine who Charles' parents were by analyzing the letter with some other data.  We know from the letter two siblings, Charles and Catherine (Chatrin), as well as John in NY, even though he's not mentioned (John died sometime prior to 1835).  Charles mentions a pretty good hike through Crammag (in Kirk Christ Lezayre) and on to Kirk Michael.  Some of the names I'd never heard so I did some digging.  I suspected at this point that I was looking at family 6750 in my database which also has the following other siblings:  Margaret, Anne and William.  There wasn't much in my database on this family.  But I found that Margaret was married to John Cannell of Kirk Michael.  So I decided to see if she had a will.  She did.  And she mentions a son-in-law, John Cowley of Crammag, Lezayre.  Further digging shows him to be the husband of Margaret's daughter Elizabeth.  Charles also mentions having "me denner with Bella".  Margaret had a daughter Isabella who married Thomas Lace of Lezayre, both of whom were mentioned.  So you understand the relationships, Elizabeth and Bella (Isabella) were Charles the letter writer's nieces and Charles' (the recipient's) cousins.  I don't know who Nanny is, but I suspect that is Charles' sister Margaret Cannell; she died 24 Dec 1854.  I would also guess that William Cowley from Peel is somehow related to John Cowley of Crammag.

 

So now we have a fourth sibling including Margaret.  The only two not mentioned are Anne and William, but it is possible they had died by 1841.

 

I found a will of John Kaighin, Kerrowglass, Kirk Michael, 1792.  In it he mentions his two eldest daughters, Margaret and Ann and youngest daughter Catherine, as well as his 2 youngest sons, Charles and William and his oldest son and executor John.  He mentions his wife, Elizabeth and also mentions John Cannell, husband of his daughter Margaret (see above).  It's now coming together.

 

I've got some work to do to figure out who the parents of John Kaighin (family 6750) were, but there is indication that it was Henry Kaighin and Eleanor Gelling.  I've got a few more wills to go through.

 

Kerroglass, Kirk Michael was the family farm.  Kerrowglass is situated about 2 miles south of Kirk Michael village.  I'm not sure why John Jr. left for NY if he inherited Kerrowglass.  All 13 of his children were born before leaving.  Maybe he left because there wasn't enough room for 13 children and figured he could get enough money to go to NY by selling it. Who knows?  His sister Margaret was residing there at the time of her death.  However, her husband John Cannell's will shows that he purchased Kerrowglass from another John Cannell.

 

Mentioned in the letter were some of the children of Margaret Kaighin (sister of Charles, the letter writer) and John Cannell (they had five daughters and no sons).  One of their daughters, Margaret married another Charles Kaighin (family 11900 in my database).  This Charles, best I can tell is unrelated.  This Kaighin family had several sons, including two who emigrated to Illinois and Missouri.  There are still descendants alive today from this family in Michigan and near Kansas City, Missouri (name is spelled Kaighen). 

 

Moving on to the hike Charles describes in his letter.  He visits Cowley Crammag in Lezayre (John Cowley's place).  This is situated halfway between Douglas and Kirk Michael and a little north in the mountains.  That was a good "jorna" for a 62 year old man.  Do you get the feeling he was bragging to his sister-in-law?  After visiting with his nieces he continues on, I would assume to Kerrowglass to visit "Nanny" (Margaret) and then to have his evening tea with Catherine in K. Michael.  I'm not sure where Catherine lived.  That'll have to be researched more.  I don't even know if she married.

 

Photos of Kerrowglass Farm

Courtesy of Lynda Peters

 

Kerrowglass_1Kerrowglass_2

 

Kerrowglass_3Kerrowglass_4

 

Family 9400 John Kaighin and Eleanor Cannell

 

Family

Parent Family

Family Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Emigration

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Sources

9400

7500

1797 12 12

John

H

M

1797 12 12

 

 

 

 

 

Cannell Eleanor

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

Eleanor b.25Jul1779, daughter of John Cannell and Joney Caine.

 

New York

Florence Lyon Genealogy Chart, Corner section--from the genealogical library of Isle of Man in Douglas, information in the center circle and the first ring is from the Kaighin family Bible

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Elizabeth "Betsie"

F

C

1798 09 02

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Knight ??

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

John Dungan

9400

13100

 

John

M

C

1800 01 30

1866 11 05

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Creer Jane “Jenny”

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

Jane mentioned in will of her mother Elizabeth Creer als Kelly, 1833 as "Jennie"

Will of Elizabeth Creer als Kelly, 1833

 

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Eleanor "Ellen"

F

C

1801 10 28

1871 06 22

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Crain John

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

See email from Georgia von Schmidt dated 7 Jan 2014 for source info.

 

 

John Dungan; Georgia vonSchmidt

9400

13350

 

William

M

C

1803 12 21

1886 07 16

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Simmons

Mary

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

America, Brooklyn NY, Cleveland, OH

Mary b. IOM abt 1814, d. Cleveland 20 Sep 1897 Address at death, 400 Lake St. Cleveland

Occupation: Ship's Carpenter

New York and Ohio

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Anne

F

C

1805 09 29

1805 12 30

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

 

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Jane

F

C

1807 02 01

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Corlett Thomas

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

m 1 Feb 1831 K. German.

 

 

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Anne

F

C

1809 08 02

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Williams ??

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Charles

M

C

1811 06 03

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

 

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

(may have emigrated with rest of family)

 

 

 

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Elizabeth Margaret

F

C

1813 05 08

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

 

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

Brooklyn and the Bronx, NY

 

 

 

 

John Dungan

9400

14100

 

Philip

M

C

1815 06 17

1884 01 18

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Gale Jane Maria

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

America, Brooklyn, NY, Cleveland, OH

Philip and Jane both Buried Riverside Cemetery Cleveland

Occupation: Ship's Carpenter

New York and Ohio

John Dungan

9400

 

 

James

M

C

1817 08 19

 

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

 

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

America, Brooklyn, NY

Speculation: may have died of a broken neck from falling down a flight of stairs at his home in Brooklyn, NY 1877 05 07 (Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper)

 

New York

John Dungan

9400

14350 and 15810

 

Thomas

M

C

1820 02 20

1900 02 09

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Austin Mary Jane

and

Dennis Mary F.

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY

America, Brooklyn, NY; Fresno County, California

Emigrated prior to 1860, can be found living near brother John in Brooklyn in 1860 Census. Died Fresno County, California

Daughter Elizabeth died at age 3 by falling into and drowning in a cistern in their yard. Fought in American Civil War in the 56th NY National Guard as a Private.

New York and California

John Dungan

9400

 

 

Margaret

F

C

1825 05 22

1918 08

Kaighin

John

Cannell

Eleanor

Varren John

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

America, Brooklyn, NY; the Bronx, NY

died in the Bronx August 1918

Mother Ellen (age 73) living with her in 1850 Census. Children: George Rufus Varren (b. abt 1843), Ellen Varren (b. abt 1845), Mary K. Varren (b. abt 1847), Augustus Varren (b. abt 1848), Achille Varren (b. abt 1856), William J. Varren (b. abt 1859)

New York

Claudia Breland, GG Granddaughter ccbreland#comcast.net

 

John Dungan

 

Family 10300 Charles Kaighin and Eleanor Killey

 

Family

Parent Family

Child Family

First Name

Event

Date

Location

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Spouse Surname

Spouse  Forename

Spouse  B/C

Spouse  B/C Location

Spouse  Death

Spouse  Death Location

Female Marriage Location

Female Marriage Date

of

Emigration

Notes

Sources

10300

6750

 

Charles

Marriage

1807 06 15

Kirk Patrick, Isle of Man

1855 08 08 - death

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Killey

Eleanor

1784 (ABOUT)

 

1842 09 24 - death

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

 

 

Kerrowglass; Kirk Michael (birth); Bigwell Street, Douglas (1841); Queen Street, Douglas (1852); Brooklyn, New York (1852-1855)

America, Brooklyn, NY

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

William

Christening

1808 03 11

Kirk German, Isle of Man

1809 03 22 - burial

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

William

Birth

1810 05 13

Kirk German, Isle of Man

1812 03 26 - death

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

Margaret

Christening

1812 10 04

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1870 03 01 - death

West Derby, Lancashire, England

Kneale

William

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

England, Cheshire, Liscard, back to IOM

She had two children, Ann, born 1836 in IOM and William, born 1842 in New Brighton, Cheshire.

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

Elizabeth

Christening

1814 11 08

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1815 01 09 - burial

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

Catherine

Christening

1815 03 07

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1818 04 15 - burial

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

John

Christening

1817 06 01

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1818 04 22 - burial

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

Catherine

Christening

1819 03 07

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1888 03 28 - death

 

Roberts

Robert

 

 

 

 

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

1865 06 12

Bigwell St., Douglas (1841); 36 Athol Street, Douglas, IOM (1871, 1881)

 

- May have been born 7 Mar 1819 as per IGI.

- 1871 Census, #36 Atholl Street, Douglas, District 5, Robert Roberts, Head, 56, Tailor, IOM, b. Kirk German, Catherine, Wife, 52, Dressmaker, IOM, b. Douglas

- 1881 British Census, residing at 36 Athol St., Onchan, Robert Roberts, head, 68, b. Peel, Tailor. Catherine, wife, 61, b. Douglas, Tailor Wife

1881 Census

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

 

Elizabeth

Christening

1821 10 14

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1836 01 28 - death

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

10300

 

15100

Charles

Christening

1824 06 13

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint George

1883 07 21 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Christian

Margaret

1823 07 27 - christening

Kirk Malew, Isle of Man

1904 10 12 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

 

Bigwell St., Douglas (1841), 14 Paternoster Row, Birkenhead, Cheshire (1851); Washington near Adams, Brooklyn, NY (1853), 8 and 16 Schott Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1872-1904); 627 Gordon Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio (1900 - Margaret)

England, Birkenhead, Cheshire; America, Brooklyn NY, Cleveland, Ohio

- In 1851 census, Margaret's siblings Elizabeth and Edward are living with them in Birkenhead

- 1900 Census indicates that Margaret was the mother of 8 children, 5 living in 1900.

Braddan Monumental Inscription, Old Yard #23

 

Family 13100 John Kaighin and Jane “Jennie” Creer

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Emigration

Notes 1

Notes 2

Source 1

IGI

IGI notes

IGI Christian Name spelling

IGI Surname Spelling

IGI Source Batch / Film #

IGI Source Serial / Sheet

13100

9400

1831 04 24

John

H

M

1831 04 24

1866 11 05

 

 

 

 

Creer Jane “Jennie”

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

 

 

Jane mentioned in will of her mother Elizabeth Creer als Kelly, 1833 as "Jennie"

 

Will of Elizabeth Creer als Kelly, 1833

Yes

M.

John

Kaighin

M038021

4615

13100

 

 

John

M

C

1832 06 01

1900 09 24

Kaighin

John

Creer

Jane “Jennie”

Anne

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint Mathews

Ballaquine, Kirk Michael

 

1881 Census, age 48, married to Anne(b.1848 Jurby), farmer of 40 acres, head, b. Douglas aprox 1833. Anne died 25 March 1904, age 56 I have pictures of his gravestone at Kirk Michael

 

Headstone:

Yes

C.

John

Kaighen

C038041

7225

13100

Daugherty

 

Jane

F

C

1834 07 06

 

Kaighin

John

Creer

Jane “Jennie”

Daugherty Daniel Christian

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint Mathews

 

 

16 Aug 1855 Kirk Michael, Isle of Man

Daniel and Jane had 8 children.

Dave Bagley

Yes

C, M.

Jane

Kaighin

C038041

7564

13100

 

 

Elizabeth

F

C

1837 03 05

 

Kaighin

John

Creer

Jane “Jennie”

 

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint Mathews

 

 

 

 

 

Yes

C, M.

Elizabeth

Kaighen

C038041, M048991

8046, 1572

13100

 

 

Eleanor

F

C

1839 02 17

 

Kaighin

John

Creer

Jane “Jennie”

 

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint Mathews

 

 

 

 

 

Yes

C.

Ellenor

Kaighen

C038041

8343

13100

 

 

William

M

C

1841 06 27

1896 02 20

Omeo, Victoria, Australia

Kaighin

John

Creer

Jane “Jennie”

Mary Grace Cunningham

Douglas, Isle of Man, Saint Mathews

 

Australia

William and Mary had one daughter, Janey who died age 4 months.  Monumental Inscription at Omeo Cemetary, Victoria, Australia: 

Sacred to the memory of my dear husband William Kaighin, who departed this life at Cassilis 20 Feb 1896 aged 54 years. Also our only child Janey aged 4 mths. They sleep in Jesus.

 

 

Yes

C.

Wm

Kaighin

C038041

8651

 

Family 13320 Charles Kaighin and UNKNOWN

 

Family

Parent Family

Child Family 1

First Name

M/F

Event

Date Approximation

Date

Location

Death/Burial Approximation

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse 1 Surname

Spouse 1 Forename

Spouse 1 Death

of

Emigration

Occupation

Memo

Notes

Sources

13320

9400

 

Charles

Husband

Marriage

 

 

New York, New York, USA

AFTER

1841 (recipient of Uncle Charles Kaighin's letter)

 

 

 

 

UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN

Deceased

Kirk Michael, Isle of Man; New York, New York

America, Brooklyn, NY

 

His marriage is speculation. I have found no record that he is connected somehow to the Charles I have listed as his son. He seems to be the most logical person to be that Charle's father. Of the children of John Kaighin and Eleanor Cannell, all other sons are either too young to be his father or in the case of William, has another son named Charles. So if he comes from this family, he must have come from Charles.

 

John Dungan

13320

 

15850

Charles Henry Sr.

Male

Birth

ABOUT

1835

New York, New York, USA

AFTER

1870

Kaighin

Charles

UNKNOWN

UNKNOWN

Kain

Anna Matilda

Deceased

Manhattan, New York; Ward 7, District 11, New York City (1870); Jackson Avenue, New York City (1870)

 

Shoemaker (1870); Shipmaker (1870)

First 1870 census record shows his place of birth as what looks like Hanover. So this may not actually be a Manx Kaighin. It could be a rare example of a corruption of a German name to Kaighin. I have some doubts about the link between Charles and family 13320. In the 1870 census his place of birth is difficult to read, but looks like Hanover. This family may be an oddball Kaighin family. There is a family of Jacob Kaighin earlier in the 19th century in NY, also from Germany. This could be the family that this Charles came from.

Anna the daughter of Rachel Kain and the sister of Francis Kain

Census

 

Family 13350 William Kaighin and Mary Simmons

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Source 1

Source 2

Source 3

13350

9400

1834 abt

William

H

M

 

1886 07 16

 

 

 

 

Mary Simmons

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

This family lived in Newburg (1850 Census) Mary b.1810 d.20Sep1897. William d. at 400 Lake St. Cleveland.  Mary moved to Detroit after William’s death to live with sons William and James J. Kaighin

 

 

New York , Ohio and Michigan

 

13350

 

 

Louisa

F

B

1834 abt

 

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Living by herself in 1850 Census in Cleveland, OH; back living with her parents in the 1860 Census

 

 

New York and Ohio

 

13350

 

 

William H

M

B

1835

1890 08 01

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Mary

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan

d. Detroit bur. Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland

 

 

New York, Ohio and Michigan

 

13350

17500

 

John Franklyn

M

C

1838 09 21

1920 04 18

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Harris Ella A.

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio; Madison, Lake County, Ohio

d. Madison, OH, Bur. Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, 21 Apr 1920

 

 

New York and Ohio

 

13350

Briggs

 

Emeline

F

B

1841 abt

1902 06 26

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Briggs Erastus A.

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

m. Cleveland. Indexed in Cuyahoga Marriage Index as "Emline Reigan"

 

Lois Ralph (wralph#nmu.edu)

New York and Ohio

 

13350

Briggs

 

Mary E.

F

B

1842 abt

 

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Briggs R.D.

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

m. 30 October 1860 Cuyahoga County, Ohio

 

 

New York and Ohio

 

13350

18100

 

George P

M

B

1845 abt

1894 05 25

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Smith Olive Marie

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri

Enlisted in the Army during the American Civil War in Co. B., 150th Inf. Reg, Ohio as a Corporal. Served with his brother Charles E. Kaighin.

Olive M. Kaighin died 18 March 1896, according to St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908 (on Ancestry)

 

New York, Ohio, Illinois, and Missouri

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

13350

 

 

Charles E.

M

B

1844 11 10

1865 10 23 (Buried)

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

 

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Enlisted in the Army during the American Civil War in Co. B., 150th Inf. Reg, Ohio as a Private. Served with his brother George P. Kaighin.

May have died from war wounds or disease. Bur. Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, Section 21, Log 53, Grave 1-SW, From Cuyahoga County Recorder's Office Veteran's Services - Memo: Civil War, PVT, OOR, VL9 PG143, CO B 150TH REG O.V.I. Cuyahoga County Recorder's Office Veteran's Grave Site Search

Lois Ralph (wralph#nmu.edu)

New York and Ohio

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System  and Cuyahoga County Recorder's Office Veteran's Grave Site Search

13350

18450

 

James J

M

B

1847 abt

 

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Wright, Jeannette “Nettie” B.

UNKNOWN

Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit Michigan

Bur Highland Park Cemetery. Lived in Detroit for a very short time.

Jeanette’s father’s name probably Edwin Wright

Lois Ralph (wralph#nmu.edu)

Ohio and Michigan

Deed

13350

19200

 

Albert Brainard Sr.

M

B

1854 abt

 

Kaighin

William

Simmons

Mary

Barker Ida Kraft

Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1870 Census, Cleveland, working in Sewing Machine Factory, 1880 Census, Iron Forger

 

 

Ohio and Pennsylvania

 

 

Family 14100 Philip Kaighin and Jane Marie Gale

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Source 1

Source 2

14100

9400

1845 01 17

Philip

H

M

1845 10 28

1884 01 18

 

 

 

 

Gale Jane Marie

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

moved to Cleveland, OH After 1863. Jane M. buried 1911 01 06. Siblings of Jane are John, William (remained on IOM), Margaret (b.21 Mar 1819, Marown, married Corlett)), Henry (b. 27 Jul 1821, Braddan), James (b. 28 Dec 1828, Douglas St. George), Robert

John Dungan's research says they were married 28 October 1845 in Brooklyn, NY (From Florence Lyon Genealogy Chart). Buried Riverside Cemetery Cleveland

Jane Maria Gale born 11 Jan 1824 in St. George Douglas, and died 4 Jan 1911. She was the daughter of John Gale and Eleanor Brew (b. Aug 1786 IOM).  Jane immigrated in 1845 (according to the 1900).

Florence Lyon Genealogy Chart, Corner Section - from the genealogical library of Isle of Man in Douglas. Information in the center circle and the first ring is from the Kaighin family Bible.  John Dungan

New York and Ohio

14100

infant

 

Cecilia Maria

F

B

1847 01 03

1847 abt

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York;

 

 

 

 

New York

14100

child

 

John Philip

M

B

1848 02 22

1854 08 16

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York

Christened 28 May 1848, buried 16 Aug 1854 Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn NY, Lot 7466, Sec 117.

 

 

Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn

New York

14100

Schuh

 

Elinor Eugenia

F

B

1849 07 28

1911 06 12

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

Schuh Charles Julius

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Christened 24 Feb 1850 All Saints Church, Brooklyn, NY.  Moved to Cleveland, OH After 1863. Married Charles 12 April 1869 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio

 

 

 

New York and Ohio

14100

18800

 

James Albert

M

B

1851 05 13

1925 11 08

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

Greenough Rose Maria

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Moved to Cleveland, OH After 1863. d. at 1599 E. 86th St. Cleveland. Bur. Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

 

New York and Ohio

14100

infant

 

Martha Jane

F

B

1855 abt

1856 09 19

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York

Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY, Lot 7466, Sec 117, buried 19 Sep 1856

 

 

Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn

New York

14100

 

 

Francine Marie

F

B

1855 abt

 

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York

moved to Cleveland, OH After 1859

 

 

 

New York

14100

infant

 

Theodore William

M

C

1857 04 15

1857 abt

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York

Christened 1857 09 27 at All Souls Church, Brooklyn, NY

 

 

 

New York

14100

unmarried

 

Margaret Claressa

F

C

1853 04 13

1917 03 06

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York, All Saints Church

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Christened 1863 09 27 at All Souls Church, Brooklyn, NY . Moved to Cleveland, OH After 1859. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio

 

 

 

New York and Ohio

14100

 

 

Anna Amelia

F

B

1859 abt

1881 09 11

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

Moved to Cleveland, OH After 1863. Buried Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, listed as married, age 63.

 

 

 

New York and Ohio

14100

Summers

 

Josephine

F

B

1861 04 30

1940 06

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

Summers David Otis

Brooklyn, New York;

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio

I have her picture. And his picture. M.12Mar1884 Cuyahoga County. She died at home in Cleveland. David was born 14 Jun 1860 in Cleveland and died 14 February 1939 in Florida. He was the son of Daniel Summers and Mary Jane Wherry. David worked for Sterling and Welsh.

 

 

John Dungan

Ohio

14100

19000

 

Thomas Gale

M

B

1863 06 18

1935 08 29

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

Hasselman Wilhelmina "Minnie"

Brooklyn, New York;

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio, Toledo, Ohio

 

 

 

Jim Casadevall (jcasadev#msn.com)

Ohio

14100

infant

 

Laura

F

B

1867 01 28

1867 11 07

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

 

Brooklyn, New York;

Cleveland, Ohio

Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY, Lot 7466, Sec 117, buried 7 Nov 1867

 

 

Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn

Ohio

14100

Lyon

 

Caroline

F

B

1870 01 28

1964 03 05

Kaighin

Philip

Gale

Jane Marie

Lyon Edward Everett

Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Daughter Florence Lyon of Cleveland Hts. OH (deceased)

Obit listed on March 9, 1964.

 

 

Ohio

 

Family 14350 Thomas Kaighin and Mary Jane Austin

 

Family

Parent Family

Child Family

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Location

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse Surname

Spouse Forename

Spouse B/C

Spouse Death

Spouse Death Location

of

Notes

Occupation

 

Sources

14350

9400

 

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

 

New York, New York, USA

1900 02 09 - death

Fresno County, California, USA

 

 

 

 

Austin

Mary Jane

1823 abt

1853 05 01 - death

Brooklyn, NY, USA

Kirk Michael, IOM; 69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863); Brooklyn, Kings County, NY (1870); 152 Union Av, Brooklyn, Kings Cty, NY (1880); 1336 Myrtle Av, Los Angeles, CA (1888) , Fresno, California; Kaweah, Tulare County, California (1900 - Mary)

- Emigration: America, Brooklyn, NY; Los Angeles, California, Fresno County, California

 

- Emigrated about 1825, can be found living near brother John in Brooklyn in 1860 Census.  Naturalized 4 Nov 1844, NY.  Mary Jane Austin born CT (per son John's entry in 1910 Census, Alameda Co, CA.

Ship Carpenter (1870); Carpenter (1880); Carpenter (1888)

Thomas’ Burlal

 

Post by John Dungan

 

Census Records

 

New York Kaighins

 

California Kaighins 

14350

 

 

Emma Amelia Phelan

Female

Birth

1847 02 27

New York, New York, USA

1863 02 14 - death

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Kaighin

Thomas

Austin

Mary Jane

 

 

 

 

 

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863)

 

 

Census Records

New York Kaighins 

14350

 

18370

John Austin

Male

Birth

About 1848

New York, New York, USA

1913 10 30 - death

California, USA

Kaighin

Thomas

Austin

Mary Jane

O'Brien

Mary Ann "Annie"

1852 (ABOUT)

1932 10 29 - death - buried November 2

Pasadena, California, USA

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863); Brooklyn, Kings County, New York (1870); Manhattan, New York; Fresno, California; Franklin Street, Oakland, Alameda County, California (1900); Magnolia Street, Oakland, Alameda County, California (1910)

- Enlisted in the Army during the American Civil War as a private in the 58th NY National Guard and the 56th NY National Guard.  Mary filed his pension card 1 Oct 1902 in California.

 

- Newspaper clip - Oakland (California) Tribune July 9, 1909

VISITING RELATIVES

Mr. and Mrs. John Kalghin have gone to Los Angeles county, where'they will

enjoy a visit with friends and relatives In Pasadena and nearby towns. Mr. Kaighin will remain about two weeks, but his wife is planning to stay for a month or more.

 

- Newspaper clip - August 3, 1914 Oakland (California) Tribune

LYON POST WILL HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES

The annual memorial service of Lyon Post No. 8, Department of California and Nevada, Grand Army of the Republic will be held tomorrow evening in Porter Hall, 1915 Grove Street. […] Eight members of the post died during the past year.  They were [...] John Kaighin, Company F. Fifty Sixth New York Infantry.

 

- Newspaper clip - November 1, 1932, Oakland Tribune - KAIGHIN - In Pasadena, October 29, 1932, Annie Kaighin, beloved mother of Clarence A. Kaighin of Glendale and Ben F. Kaighin of Pasadena; aged 80 years.  Graveside services will be held at Evergreen Cemetery, Wednesday afternoon.

Machinist (1870); House Carpenter (1900); Janitor (1910). 

Census Records (1)

 

Census Records (2)

 

New York Kaighins

 

California Kaighins

 

14350

 

 

Mary Jane

Female

Birth

About 1852

New York, New York, USA

After 1870

 

Kaighin

Thomas

Austin

Mary Jane

 

 

 

 

 

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863); Brooklyn, Kings County, New York (1870);

 

 

Census Records

 

New York Kaighins 

 

Family 15100 Charles Kaighin and Margaret Christian

 

Family

Parent Family

Child Family

First Name

Event

Date

Location

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Spouse Surname

Spouse Forename

Spouse B/C

Spouse B/C Location

Spouse Death

Spouse Death Location

Female Marriage Location

Female Marriage Date

of

Emigration

Notes

Sources

15100

10300

 

Charles

Marriage

1849 08 23

Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man

1883 07 21 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Christian

Margaret

1823 07 27 - christening

Kirk Malew, Isle of Man

1904 10 12 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

 

Bigwell St., Douglas, 14 Paternoster Row, Birkenhead, Cheshire (1851); Washington near Adams, Brooklyn, NY (1853), 8 and 16 Schott Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1872-1904); 627 Gordon Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio (1900 - Margaret)

England, Birkenhead, Cheshire; America, Brooklyn NY, Cleveland, Ohio

- In 1851 census, Margaret's siblings Elizabeth and Edward are living with them in Birkenhead

- 1900 Census indicates that Margaret was the mother of 8 children, 5 living in 1900.

 

Riverside Cemetery burial records and Margaret's Bio and pedigree

15100

 

18900

Ebenezer

Birth

1850 11 07

Birkenhead, Wirral, Cheshire, England

1925 10 18 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Lehman

Elizabeth

 

Switzerland

 

 

 

 

10 Paternoster Row, Birkenhead, Cheshire, (1851); Washington nr Adams, Brooklyn NY (1853); 16 Schott St, Cleveland, Ohio (1880); 97 1/2 Herman Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1900); 5202 Herman Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1910, 1920)

America, Brooklyn, NY, Cleveland, OH

Immigrated to US in 1851 (with parents Charles and Margaret and grandfather Charles Kaighin) Naturalized in 1865

 

15100

 

 

Margaret Christian

Birth

1855

Brooklyn, New York, USA

1930 09 09 - death

Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA

Cubbon

Robert

 

 

 

 

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA

1879 09 18

Washington near Adams, Brooklyn NY (1853)

 

 

 

15100

 

 

Mona

Birth

1857

Brooklyn, New York, USA

1925 10 23 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brooklyn NY, 129 Prospect Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1880); 627 Gordon Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio (1900); Lakewood, Ohio (1910);

 

 

 

15100

 

 

Catherine

Birth

1862

Brooklyn, New York, USA

AFTER 1938

 

Fix

John W

 

 

 

 

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA

1883 09 19

Brooklyn NY; 16 Schott Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1880); Lakewood, Ohio (1910)

 

 

North American IGI, Mar 1992, Ohio, Page 28, 597

15100

 

19100

Charles Wesley

Birth

1863 02 06

Brooklyn, New York, USA

1950 04 28 - death

Riverside Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Winkler

Anna L

1869 05 27 - birth

 

1938 12 04 - death

2154 Chesterland, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

 

Brooklyn NY, 16 Schott Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio (1880, 1900); 6901 Hague Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1910, 1920 - Anna); 2135 West 65th Street, Cleveland, Ohio (1920); 1625 Waterbury Road, Lakewood, Ohio (1930 - Anna)

 

Divorced. Anna later married John K. Waddell.

 

 

Family 15810 Thomas Kaighin and Mary E. Dennis

 

Family

Parent Family

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Location

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Cause of Death

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse Surname

Spouse Forename

Spouse B/C

Spouse B/C Location

Spouse Death

Spouse Death Location

Female Marriage Date

Female Marriage Location

of

Notes

Occupation

Sources

15810

9400

Thomas

Husband

Marriage

 

New York, New York, USA

1900 02 09 - death

Fresno County, California, USA

 

 

 

 

 

Dennis

Mary E

1822 10 (birth)

New York, USA

1906/7

Tulare County, California, USA

 

 

Kirk Michael, IOM; 69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863); Brooklyn, Kings County, NY (1870); 152 Union Av, Brooklyn, Kings Cty, NY (1880); 1336 Myrtle Av, Los Angeles, CA (1888) , Fresno, California; Kaweah, Tulare County, California (1900 - Mary)

- Emigration - America, Brooklyn, NY; Los Angeles, California, Fresno County, California

 

- Mary living with daughter Clara Corlet in the 1900 US census in Tulare County, California.  She is listed as a widow and born October 1822 in New York.

 

- Emigrated about 1825, can be found living near brother John in Brooklyn in 1860 Census.  Naturalized 4 Nov 1844, NY.

Ship Carpenter (1870); Carpenter (1880); Carpenter (1888)

New York Kaighins

 

California Kaighins

 

Thomas’ Burlal

 

Census Records

15810

 

Clara E.

Female

Birth

1855 06

New York, New York, USA

After 1900

 

 

Kaighin

Thomas

Dennis

Mary E.

Corlette

Edward

 

 

 

 

1889

San Francisco, California, USA

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863); Brooklyn, Kings County, New York (1870); 152 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York (1880); Kaweah, Tulare County, California (1900)

- School teacher in Brooklyn and was promoted as primary 3rd grade teacher in 1878

- Daughter, Anne Kaighin Corlette, b. 4 Sep 1901, CA, d. 18 Oct 1980 Fresno.  Also, Daughter Laura Margeurite (Corlette) Freeman b. 21 Nov 1891, CA, d. 5 Jan 1957.  Also, Daughter Amelia Clara (Corlette) Dahlberg, b. 25 Mar 1895, MI, d. 18 Jan 1982 Fresno

Teacher Public School (1880)

New York Kaighins

 

California Kaighins

 

Census Records

15810

 

Elizabeth

Female

Birth

About 1860

New York, New York, USA

1863 05 24 - death

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Drowning

Kaighin

Thomas

Dennis

Mary E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69 Ainslie St., Brooklyn, NY; (1863)

Drowned in a cistern in family yard at 69 Ainslie St. Brooklyn, NY

 

New York Kaighins

 

Family 15850 Charles Henry Kaighin Sr. and Anna Matilda Kain

 

 

Family

Parent Family

Child Family 1

Child Family 2

First Name

M/F

Event

Date Approx

Date

Location

Death/Burial Approximation

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Cause of Death

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse 1 Surname

Spouse 1 Forename

Spouse 1 Death

Female Marriage Date

Female Marriage Location

of

Occupation

Memo

Notes 1

Sources

 

15850

13320

 

 

Charles Henry Sr.

Husband

Marriage

ABOUT

1855

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA

AFTER

1870

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kain

Anna Matilda

Deceased

 

 

Manhattan, New York; Ward 7, District 11, New York City (1870); Jackson Avenue, New York City (1870)

Shoemaker (1870); Shipmaker (1870)

First 1870 census record shows his place of birth as what looks like Hanover. So this may not actually be a Manx Kaighin. It could be a rare example of a corruption of a German name to Kaighin. I have some doubts about the link between Charles and family 13320. There is a family of Jacob Kaighin earlier in the 19th century in NY, also from Germany. This could be the family that this Charles came from.

Anna the daughter of Rachel Kain and the sister of Francis Kain

Census

 

15850

 

18785

19152

Charles Henry Jr.

Male

Birth

ABOUT

1856

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA

 

1925 12 27 - death

Bronx, New York, USA

 

Kaighin

Charles Henry Sr.

Kain

Anna Matilda

Whittey

Jennie E.

Deceased

 

 

Manhattan, NY; 139th Street, Bronx, NY; Ward 7, District 11, NYC (1870); Jackson Avenue, NYC (1870); Monroe Street, NYC (1880); Riverside Hospital, Bronx, NY (1900 - Maggie); 358 139th Street, Bronx, NY (1920)

Painter (1870); Printer (1880); Laundress (1900 - Maggie); Laborer (1920)

Printer. In 1900 census, Maggie is listed at Riverside hospital as a laundress, and born in Ireland Aug 25, 1860. She immigrated in 1882 at age 22.

 

Entry in the 1920 Census indicates that they had at least one daughter who married a Robert Walter and she and Robert then had two sons, Robert and Charles H.

 

Census and

Census

 

15850

 

 

 

Francis E.

Male

Birth

 

1859 12 15

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA

AFTER

1880

 

 

Kaighin

Charles Henry Sr.

Kain

Anna Matilda

 

 

 

 

 

Manhattan, New York; Ward 7, District 11, New York City (1870); Jackson Avenue, New York City (1870); Monroe Street, New York City (1880)

Chair Maker (1880)

 

 

Census

 

15850

 

 

 

Mary "Minnie"

Female

Birth

ABOUT

1863

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA

 

Deceased

 

 

Kaighin

Charles Henry Sr.

Kain

Anna Matilda

Peak

Nicholas

Deceased

1879 11 12

Manhattan, New York, USA

Manhattan, New York; Ward 7, District 11, New York City (1870); Jackson Avenue, New York City (1870); Monroe Street, New York City (1880)

 

 

 

Census

 

15850

 

 

 

Matilda Josephine

Female

Birth

 

1868 02 23

Manhattan, New York, New York, USA

AFTER

1880

 

 

Kaighin

Charles Henry Sr.

Kain

Anna Matilda

 

 

 

 

 

Manhattan, New York; Ward 7, District 11, New York City (1870); Jackson Avenue, New York City (1870); Monroe Street, New York City (1880)

 

 

 

Census

 

Family 17500 John F. Kaighin and Ella A. Harris

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Source 1

17500

13350

1868 03 30

John F

H

M

1868 03 30

1920 04 18

 

 

 

 

Harris Ella A.

Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, Ohio

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio; Madison, Lake County, Ohio

No issue

d. Madison, OH, Bur. Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, 21 Apr 1920

New York and Ohio

 

Family 18100 George P. Kaighin and Olive Marie Smith

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Source 1

18100

13350

1870 abt

George P

H

M

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smith Olive Marie

UNKNOWN

Brooklyn, New York; Cleveland, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri

Enlisted in the Army during the American Civil War in Co. B., 150th Inf. Reg, Ohio as a Corporal. Served with his brother Charles E. Kaighin.

No issue

New York, Ohio, Illinois, and Missouri

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

 

Family 18370 John A. Kaighin and Mary Ann O’Brien

Family

Parent Family

Fam Date

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Death/Burial

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse

Location

of

Notes 1

Notes 2

Notes 3

Source 1

18370

14350

1874 06 25

John A.

H

M

1874 06 25

1913 10 30

 

 

 

 

O'Brien Mary Ann

Manhattan, New York, New York

Manhattan, NY; Fresno, California

Enlisted in the Army during the American Civil War as a private in the 58th NY National Guard and the 56th NY National Guard. Mary filed his pension card 1 Oct 1902 in California.

Machinist

Died in California

New York and California

18370

19630

 

Clarence Austin

M

B

1875 02 14

1955 02 05

Kaighin

John A.

O'Brien

Mary Ann

Hollenbeck Adelle Alfredine

Manhattan, New York, New York

Manhattan, NY; Los Angeles, California

Confectioner (From 1920 Census, California) Proprietor, Wholesale Candy (From 1930 Census, California)

Adelle b. 7 Feb 1873 NY, died 4 Jan 1948, Los Angeles, mother's maiden name Curtis.

 

California

18370

 

 

Benjamin Franklyn

M

B

1880 08 31

1947 05 16

Kaighin

John A.

O'Brien

Mary Ann

 

Manhattan, New York, New York

Manhattan, NY; Los Angeles, California

 

 

 

California

 

Family 18450 James J. Kaighin and Jeanette “Nettie” B. Wright

 

Family

Parent Family

First Name

M/F

Event

Date

Location

Death/Burial Approximation

Death/Burial

Location of Death

Cause of Death

Father Last

Father First

Mother Last

Mother First

Spouse 1 Surname

Spouse 1 Forename

Spouse 1 B/C

Spouse 1 Death

of

Occupation

Notes 1

Notes 2

Source 2

 

 

18450

13350

James J.

Husband

Marriage

 

Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA or Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

AFTER

1910

Highland Park Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

 

 

 

 

 

Wright

Jeanette "Nettie" B.

 

Deceased

New York City; Cleveland, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; 496 Hancock Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (1900); 189 Rosedale, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (1910)

Varnish Manufacturer (1900); Traveling Salesman (1910)

This is the first marriage for James.

Jeanette's father was from Wayne County, MI, Edwin M. Wright

Census

 

 

18450

 

Edwin Wright "Eddie"

Male

Birth

1877 07 04

Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

 

1879 04 25 - death

 

 

Kaighin

James J.

Wright

Jeanette "Nettie" B.

 

 

 

 

Detroit Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

18450

 

Frances

Female

Birth

1880 01

Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

AFTER

1910

 

 

Kaighin

James J.

Wright

Jeanette "Nettie" B.

 

 

 

 

496 Hancock Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (1900);

 

 

 

Census

 

 

18450

 

Alice

Female

Birth

1881 06 01

Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

 

1945 07 08 - death

 

 

Kaighin

James J.

Wright

Jeanette "Nettie" B.

Watts

UNKNOWN

1879 01

Deceased

496 Hancock Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (1900); 189 Rosedale, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan (1910); Riverside, California

Decorating (1910)

California Death Index 1940-1997 lists her mother's maiden name as Edwards. This could be another wife of James. Also her birth in the 1900 Census shows Jan 1879

Children: Charles F. Watts and Frances Kaighin Gufffey, Alice Helen Legan, James Kaighin Watts (Col, US Army)

Burial plot of James Kaighin Watts.

 

Census