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Bridget Noone Bolton/O'Neill
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Birth: Apr. 3, 1839
County Galway, Ireland
Death: Jan. 27, 1909
Iowa City
Johnson County
Iowa, USA

Parents: Dennis NOONE & Mary FLANAGAN. Siblings: Michael, John, Mary Ann (Mrs. Henry P. FURLONG), Sarah, Thomas, James, Ellen Teresa (Mrs. Thomas H. HANSON), Catherine 'KATE' (Mrs. Maurice 'Morris' FITZGIBBONS).

Married: 1). Michael BOLTON Feb 07, 1860 [Jun 30, 1835-Jan 1, 1863]. Children: William Michael & Patrick.

2). James J. O'NEILL Apr 25, 1865 [1823-May 6, 1887 Jewel Co, KS]. Children: John, James Joseph, Susan (Mrs. Pierce HICKEY), Daniel D., Thomas Francis, Mary Ann (Mrs. Thomas F. GRADY), Charlotte 'Lottie' Agnes (Mrs. James Michael HOY).
James is most likely buried on the family property at Burr Oak, Jewell Co, KS.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Dennis Noone (1814 - 1887)
  Mary Flanagan Noone (1813 - 1906)
 
 Spouse:
  Michael D Bolton (1835 - 1863)*
 
 Children:
  Charlotte 'LOTTIE' Agnes O'NEILL Hoy (1882 - 1945)*
 
 Siblings:
  Bridget Noone Bolton/O'Neill (1839 - 1909)
  Michael Noone (1841 - 1925)*
  John Noone (1845 - 1870)*
  Mary Ann Noone Furlong (1848 - 1913)*
  Sarah Noone (1850 - 1873)*
  Thomas H. Noone (1853 - 1907)*
  Catherine 'Katie' Noone Fitzgibbons (1860 - 1947)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Michaels Cemetery
Holbrook
Iowa County
Iowa, USA
 
Created by: Carol Clark
Record added: Jan 26, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10381336
Bridget <i>Noone</i> Bolton/O'Neill
Added by: Carol Clark
 
Bridget <i>Noone</i> Bolton/O'Neill
Added by: Carol Clark
 
Bridget <i>Noone</i> Bolton/O'Neill
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Dearest great grandmother, a blue flower to go with your "blue, very blue" dress and hat. Rest in Peace.
- Larry & Carol Clark
 Added: Sep. 2, 2010
 
 
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