While researching various Irish records for our Daniel Kane, we located a record of a 12 year old Irish child by the name of Daniel Kane who was arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced to prison for stealing potatoes in 1847.
This was not our Daniel Kane but we thought you would be interested in this record as it relates to the suffering of the Irish people during the height of the Irish Great Famine, which is also referred to as the Irish Great Hunger and as the Irish Potato Famine. Continue reading “12yr Child Jailed During Irish Great Famine”
Daniel and Catherine Hegarty Kane owned houses at 1419, 1421 and 1423 36th Street, Georgetown, Washington, D.C., among the other houses they owned in Georgetown and Washington, D.C.
36th Street, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. was prior known as Lingan Street, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. and prior to that it was known as Gay Street, Georgetown, (Washington D.C.)
Maps of Georgetown show the following:
36th Street, Georgetown, was originally listed as the following on these year maps:
year 1796 map – 36th Street is listed as Gay Street
year 1820 map – 36th Street is listed as Gay Street
year 1830 map – 36th Street is listed as Lingan Street Continue reading “Lingan Street, Georgetown, Washington D.C.”
The house at 1412 35th St NW, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. was the home of Mary Elizabeth Kane Thorn, daughter of Daniel and Catherine Hegarty Kane, and her husband, William Daniel A Thorn. Mary Elizabeth Kane Thorn died there on April 17, 1908; Daniel Kane died there on May 3, 1912; William Daniel A. Thorn died there on April 28, 1927. They are all buried in Holy Rood Cemetery, Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
1419 36th St NW Washington, D.C.
1421 36th St NW Washington, D.C.
1423 36th St NW Washington, D.C.
3533 O St NW Washington, D.C.
3535 O St NW Washington, D.C.
1413 35th St NW Washington, D.C.
3240 Q St NW Washington, D.C.
3242 Q St NW Washington, D.C.
3244 Q St NW Washington, D.C.
7 myrtle St NE Washington, D.C.
9 myrtle St NE Washington, D.C. Continue reading “Houses Owned by Daniel and Catherine Hegarty Kane”
Last Will and Testament of Daniel Kane dated January 20, 1911
Filed May 7, 1912
Register of Wills, D. C.
Clerk of Probate Court
I, Daniel Kane, being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding and wishing to arrange an orderly disposition of my worldly affairs, do hereby make, publish and declare this as and for my last will and testament, hereby revoking and annulling all former wills and codicils by me heretofore made. Continue reading “Will of Daniel Kane”
The following are a few brief stories of the priests who performed the marriages of some Kane family members. We found their stories to be of great interest about their accomplishments and couldn’t help but wonder about the positive effects they had on their church parishioners and the positive effects their church parishioners had on these priests. Continue reading “Priests and Kane Marriages”
Paul Tralles was a professional photographer and took the photo of Catherine Hegarty Kane at his photo studio located at 808 7th St. N.W., Washington, D.C.
During the U.S. Civil War, he served as a musician with the 12th Regiment of the U. S. Infantry. He enlisted on 20 September 1861 and re-enlisted on 10 February 1864, serving throughout the U. S. Civil War. Continue reading “Paul Tralles – Photographer”