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Rick Bart
RE: Bishop Thomas J. Conaty
OK, then, maybe you can family link his parents:
His father is Patrick Conaty 81613427
His mother is Alice Lynch Conaty 81614273

If you want, here is what you can add to his bio.
Mar 30, 1882 in Worcester, MA. Thomas Conaty applied for a US Passport. He was 5' 11" tall with blue eyes and grayish hair.

1900 Census Catholic University of America, Washington, District of Columbia:
Thomas J. Conaty Aug 1847 Ireland Priest
Susie E. Lynch (cousin) Oct 1864 Connecticut
Anna M. McDermott (niece)Oct 1877 Massachusetts
Nellie Fleming (servant) Aug 1882 Ireland
Patrick Conaty (father) Apr 1823 Ireland
Catherine Conaty (sister)Aug 1861 Massachusetts
According to this census record, he immigrated in 1850 and was naturalized

1910 census Burlington Avenue, Los Angeles, California:
Thomas J. Conaty 62 Ireland Bishop of church
Francis Conaty (nephew) 30 Mass Rev of church
Susanne Lynch (cousin) 45 Connecticut
Anna McDermott (cousin) 22 Massachusetts

From Whos Who on the Pacific Coast 1913:
Thomas James Conaty was born in Kilnaleck, County Cavan, Ireland; brought to America when 3; educated in the public schools of Taunton, MA, Montreal College, Canada; A. B. Holy Cross College, Worcester 1869. He was ordained at Grand Seminary Montreal Dec 21, 1872; D. D. Georgetown University 1889; J. C. D. Laval Univ., Quebec 1896; Assistant pastor St. John's Church Worcester, MA 1873-1880; Pastor Sacred Heart Church, Worcester 1880; Rector Catholic Univ of America, Washington, DC 1896-1902; Domestic Prelate of the Pope 1897; Titular Bishop of Samos 1901; consecrated Bishop at Baltimore, MD Nov 24, 1901; Bishop of Monterey and Los Angeles, CA

From the Sep 18, 1915 edition of the Evening Tribune:
The Right Rev. Thomas J. Conaty died at his cottage at 1110 Lomas Avenue in Coronado. At his bedside were his sister Miss Catherine Conaty and his cousin Miss S. E. Lynch. The Bishop's relatives were notified by wire; the Rev. Bernard S. Conaty of Pittsfield, Mass and Joseph Conaty employed in the US immigration services


I am, and will continue to add biographies to all of my posts in the three Taunton Catholic Cemeteries.
If I find more on his family or Rev Tom, I'll keep you posted
Rick in Taunton
Added by Rick Bart on Feb 19, 2012 12:45 PM
Rick Bart
RE: Bishop Thomas J. Conaty
If you don't have any objections, Ithink it would be easier to transfer the management. Then I can link him to his parents and siblings.

If you click on his memorial, on the top right, you will see a "Transfer managent" link. Instructions will follow

If you would rather keep the management, I'll send you his biography, and picture of his memorial grave in Taunton and links to his parents.
Rick in Taunton, MA
Added by Rick Bart on Feb 18, 2012 9:15 PM
Rick Bart
Bishop Thomas J. Conaty
I have a memorial grave in Old St. Francis Cemetery, Taunton, MA and a large writeup on Bishop Conaty plus links to family members. (Patrick and Alice (Lynch) Conaty.

I can send the info or you can transfer the management of his memorial to me.

Either way is fine
Rick in Taunton, MA
Added by Rick Bart on Dec 06, 2011 10:36 AM
So Little Time
D'Angelo
Thank you for taking this photo. I do appreciate your time.
Added by So Little Time on Apr 08, 2011 8:20 PM
Thomas Pohl
RE: photos
Yes, I would like a photo of the grave. I heard about all the snow you guys got up there lately. Guess it'll have to wait until the thaw. Thanks for doing this!
Added by Thomas Pohl on Dec 14, 2010 3:46 PM
Dale Szczech
RE: photos
Dear Kevin: Yes I wish to have a photo when there is a thaw. THANK YOU Dale
Added by Dale Szczech on Dec 13, 2010 11:23 PM
AnnieSings
RE: Sr. Maria Gregoria
Thank you! the information given for the location of Sister Gregoria's grave Section SS1, Lot 3, Grave #27. I appreciate your looking. Annie
Added by AnnieSings on Dec 01, 2010 8:43 AM
Judy Strid Taylor
Otis Daniel's
Thank you so much for all the information you sent my way. Your searching was above and beyond what anyone could imagine that a person would do for someone they don't know.
Added by Judy Strid Taylor on Nov 22, 2010 10:24 AM
Vivian Smyda-Blank
Smyda
Thank you so very much for your time and effort in finding the headstones of Frank & Veronica, and John's grave. It means the world to me.

Vivian Smyda-Blank
Added by Vivian Smyda-Blank on Nov 18, 2010 6:55 PM
Pennsylvania Lady
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Are you very family with this cemetery? I am trying to locate the cemetery for this obituary:

Funeral Thursday, 8:45 a.m., from funeral home, 5438 S. Halsted street to St. Carthage church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Holy Name society, Chicago Retail Druggists association, South lodge No. 1596, B. P. O. E., and Marine post No. 273, American Legion. Please omit flowers. BOulevard 8-0662.

Thanks for any help you can provide, either way,

Pam
Added by Pennsylvania Lady on Dec 19, 2009 6:49 AM
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