Note H418 Index
FHL 914207, Will Book T, pg. 121, Essex County, NJ contains will of
Bridget Eagan who died October 15, 1874. See also FHL 913295 & 14381
for probate records. See FHL 914207 Ann Eagan, Executor and sister.
Note H419 Index
1850 U.S. Census, Newark South Ward, Essex County, NJ Roll M432_447; Page: 256; Image: 522, Aug 12, 1850.
1860 U. S. Census, Essex County, NJ; June 26, 1860; Township Newark ; 2nd Ward, Page 91; FHL #803688.
1870 U. S. Census, Newark Ward 1, Essex, New Jersey, June 8, 1870
1880 Census, City of Newark, County of Essex, Pg 28, Dist. 1, Enum. Dist. 50, June 8, 1880
Married at St. Joseph Church 221 West Market St., Newark, New Jersey on Mar 28, 1870.
In the 1850 census of the Newark South Ward, James is shown as 33, a laborer from Ireland; Margaret is 20, also from Ireland, John 1, and Bernard 6/12.
James and Margaret (Walsh) Eagan were living in the 2nd ward of Newark, New Jersey, in 1860 according to the census of that year. ss. In 1860 the family consisted of James, 43, Margaret 30, John 12, Ann 7, Bridget, 5 and Henry 3. James was a laborer worth $1000 in real estate and $200 in personal property. No real estate has been located. Both he and Margaret were born in Ireland and all the children were born in New Jersey, including Ann. Obviously, they immigrated prior to about 1848. I found that two children, Margaret and Mary Walsh (under 14 years of age] immigrated on the ship St. Patrick on July 15, 1840. No other Walshes were listed on the manifest.
The 1870 census lists James at 51, a Tailor worth $5000 born Ireland; Margaret is shown as Margurite, 40, keeps house, born Ireland; Joseph F. 16; clerk in store, born New Jersey; Theresa M. 2; born New Jersey.
In the 1880 census James is 65, Manufacturing, born Ireland, both parents same; Margaret is shown as 50, a tailoress born in Ireland
both parents same. Alice is 15, and her relationship is shown as (illegible) daughter; she was born in NY and her parents were born in
Ireland. Teresa, 12, daughter, is in school, born in New Jersey.
A James Walsh and family was living in Ward 7 Newark in the 1860 census page 296.
Is there an index for the 1870 census of New Jersey? Was there a state census for New Jersey between 1865 and 1870?
1900 US Census for Baltimore, MD.
Name: James Egan
Home in 1900: Baltimore Ward 17, Baltimore City (Independent City), Maryland
Birth Date: May 1817
Immigration Year: 1848
Relationship to Head of House: Uncle
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Marital Status: Widowed
Occupation: View on Image
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members: Name Age
William D Shugars 39
Maggie Shugars 37
Thomas F Shugars 13
William Shugars 10
James C Shugars 8
George L Shugars 7
James Egan 83
Louisia Shugars 67
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Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Baltimore Ward 17, Baltimore City (Independent City), Maryland; Roll T623_615; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 224.
Note H420 Index
SQ pg 3264: Fannie Eagleton was born probably about 1865. She ma rried
a man named Mickey and they had four children: Herschel, Albert, Rub y and
Note H421 Index
SQ pg 3264: John Eagleton was born probably about 1855. He married
Jane --- and they moved to Colorado. They had five children: Arthur,
Earl, Ony, Harry, and Cecil.
Note H422 Index
SQ pg 3264: Mable Eagleton married Bert DeBord and they had at lea st
two children: Alice and Grover.
Note H423 Index
See MARRIAGES OF ROWAN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA 1753-1868, Holcomb, pg. 378, for a record of this marriage: Jonas Sparks and Mary Eakle, 5 September, 1786. Peter Little, Bondsman, Hu Magoune, Witness.
Note H424 Index
SQ pg 2622: She married Fred R. McMurray and they had two childre n: Thomas E. McMurray and Shelia McMurray.
Note H425 Index
The book by Hughes Spalding, THE SPALDING FAMILY IN AMERICA etc. ( see notes
for Basil Spalding) asserts that Catherine Edelen could not have bee n the
daughter of Thomas and Comfort Edelin since Thomas' will does not men tion any
children. However see the following indicating that the opposite i s true.
CLEMENTS-SPALDING AND ALLIED FAMILIES, by J. W. S. Clements; FHL 9 29.273 a1
No. 405 "His (John Spalding's) son Basil became a wealthy plante r in Charles
County, married Catharine Edelen, daughter of Thomas and Comfort Edel in, and
died testate in 1792"
The CHRONICLES OF ST. MARY'S, VOL. 6, pg. 196, FHL975.2b2S, "Basi l Spald-
ing and Catherine Edilin (sic) were the parents of Blanche Spalding m.
Matthew (Henry) Mudd (1730-1810)."
See THOMAS JENKINS OF MARYLAND, 1670 by Edward Felix Jenkins, O.S. A. at
page 63. The article is about Mary Aloysia Mahoney, daughter of Ann
Spalding Mahoney (1208), daughter of Thomas Spalding (1198) of Ann Je nkins
(100). It states "Mary Aloysia (Ally, Alusia) Mahoney, married about
1775, Henry Thomas Mudd, son of Henry (Matthew?) and Blanche (Spaldin g) Mudd of
Charles County." The article lists her 12 children.
Comment on Prodigy from Charmaine Welker, PRJF38C, Spalding expert : "This
is wrong. Thomas Edelen and Comfort Barnes had no children. This Ca therine
is either a daughter or granddaughter of Comfort's by her 1st marriag e to
MARYLAND MARRIAGE RECORDS, Vol. 20, pg. 121, FHL 975.2V25b: Spaldi ng,
Bazil (sic) - Catherine Edelin - 1760. Remarks: Dau (daughter of) Th om-
as and Comfort Edelin, Prince Georges County. Reference: Wills Liber
31, Folio 55; Liber 27, Folio 35. Land Office, Annapolis, MD.
See FAMILY HISTORY PORTFOLIOS, SPALDING; FHL 985191. Summary of L ast
Will of Basil Spalding of Charles County, MD., "Sick and weak, Septem ber
12, 1791." Will names wife Catherine, daughters Ann, Christianne You ng,
Mary Elizabeth, Elizabeth Elder, Catherine Elder, sons Henry, John,
William, James, Basil, Edward and George Hillary. He died Septembe r 26,
1791. Excutors are spouse Catherine, Ann Christianne, Mary Elizabeth
Probated March 5, 1792. Liber AK #11, Folio 64, Annapolis,
Catherine (Edelen) Spalding left a last will dated 11 May, 1801
leaving her estate to her son George H. Spalding, Mary Eliz-
abeth Spalding and Catherine Elder. Her executors were George H.
Spalding, Hillary Spalding. Charles County, MD., Wills, Liber HBBH, # 13, Folio 3, Annapolis, Maryland. Witnesses: Bennet & Elizabeth Ha m-
ilton. Sept 7, 1808 the will was proven.