McLUSKIE, Mary 1
- Born: 1805, Ireland 2
- Marriage (1): QUIGLY, William on 25 July 1828 in St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
- Died: 26 January 1878
- Buried: 28 January 1878, Cathedral Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Other names for Mary were M CLOSKEY, Mary,2 McCLOUSKY, Mary, McCLUSKY, Mary,3 McLUSKEY, Mary, McLUSKY, Mary and QUIGLEY, Mary.
The 1850 US Federal Census for Steubenville City, Jefferson County, Ohio, recorded a weaver called William Quigley aged 48 years and born in Scotland. With him lived his wife Mary, and three daughters, Catherine, Mary and Ellen. The mother Mary Quigley was recorded as 45 years old and born in Ireland.
In 1860 the 1860 US Federal Census recorded William Quigley and family. They were listed among the free inhabitants of Ridley Township in the County of Delaware, Pennsylvania. 'Wm Quigley', his wife Mary and their two daughters, Mary and Ellen, were recorded living in Leiperville Post Office District. William was aged 57 years and had been born in Scotland. He was a weaver. His wife Mary was also recorded as 57 years old, and had been born in Ireland.
The 1870 US Federal Census for the 90th Census District in the County of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, recorded Mary Quigley, Ellen McCloskey, and Ellen Quigley, living together in an all-female household. In this census Mary was aged 60 years and born in Scotland.
The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Death Certificates Index 1803-1915, shpws a record of the death and burial of a Mary Quigley, born in Scotland in 1806. She died on 26 January 1878 at Philadelphia and was buried on 28 January 1878 in Cathedral Cemetery. Her age at death was recorded as 72 years. Her address was Ward 26, Tatona Street # 1820, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was a widow.
Birth Date:abt 1806
Death Date:26 Jan 1878
Death Place:Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age at Death:72
Burial Date:28 Jan 1878
Burial Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Street address:Latona St #1820
FHL Film Number:2028256"
from Pennsylvania Death Records
Noted events in her life were:
• witness to marriage, 8 February 1833, St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. 4 The marriage was that of William Quigly, High Church, and Margaret Kerlan. John Rowan was the second witness.
Mary married William QUIGLY, son of Peter QUIGLY and Mary LOGAN, on 25 July 1828 in St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. (William QUIGLY was born about 1802 in Scotland, died on 16 April 1869 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA and was buried on 18 April 1869 in Cathedral Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.)
The Old Parish Marriage Register of Abbey Parish Paisley records 'Quigley and McLuskie' on the week of 6 July 1828, a Sunday. 'William Quigley and Mary McLuskie both of this parish, 3 days Booked 5th Married 25th by the Reverend James McNattie Paisley'.
These were the start of the banns for the marriage, called in the Established Church in Abbey Parish Paisley,
Roman Catholic Records
St Mirin's Parish Paisley
At Paisley this twenty fifth day of July eighteen hundred and twenty eight I the undersigned, having received from the Session Clerk a certificate that Wm Quigley and Mary McLusky had been proclaimed in order to marriage and no objections offered, married said couple in presence of Joseph Kincade and Helen McLusky
(signed) James McNattie" 5