1928 CONNORS- Passed peacefully away at Placentia, 1 O'Clock this morning, Hugh, son of Michael & Mary Connors. Left to mourn are three brothers and two sisters.
1934 October 31.
CONNORS - At Placentia on Wednesday morning, Michael Connors; leaving to
mourn, a wife, three sons, Father Connors at Mount Carmel, Captain Connors,
Newfoundland Railway, and Lewis* in New York; two daughters, Mrs Johnson,
Washington, DC and Alicia at home. Evening Newspaper of November 1st, 1934
*Our grandfather Lewis/Louis mentioned in obit of our great grandfather Michael
1998 May 12
CONNORS - Agatha K. in her 93rd year on May 12, 1998. Beloved wife of the late Louis (retired NYPD). Devoted mother of Robert, Jean Tomitz, L. Joseph, James and John. Dear sister of Isabelle Quelch, John Kennedy and Richard Kennedy. Also survived by 20 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Family will receive friends at the Leo F. Kearns Funeral Home, 61-40 Woodhaven Blvd, Rego Park Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Saturday 9:45 AM Resurrection-Ascension Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. [Copyright Newsday Inc., 1998) - Part of PAID DEATH NOTICES ]
2002 November 7 CONNORS, John KENNEDY. Of Deerfield Beach, Flordia departed this life Thursday November 7, 2002, age 72, born in Brooklyn, New York June 19, 1931 to Louis Joseph Connors and Agatha Kennedy both Irish Newfoundlanders of Placentia Bay and Harbor Grace, respectively. He died the youngest of five siblings who survive him. His twin James J., oldest brother Robert (Terry), and twin siblings sister Jean (Walter Tomitz) and Louis Joe (Margie). He leaves behind his wife Margaret M. (O'Gorman) of nearly 50 years, and five children Laurie (Glenn Wootton), John Kennedy, Daniel Louis, Louis Joseph (Judy), and Joanne (Peter Parandjuk). Six grandchildren Aimee, Garett, and Alyssa Wootton and Connor, Kira, and Caitlin Parandjuk. He came from a long line of Newfoundland mariners most of which emigrated to Brooklyn and Boston to work as Master Mariners in those harbors. He served on the ship "Yosemite" as a sailor in the US Navy alongside his twin Jim. A graduate of Seton Hall University, "Jack" worked for nearly three decades as a Social Welfare worker in the Department of Social Services, Suffolk County, Long Island. The Connors family resided at 10 Express Drive S. in Holbrook for more than 25 years. He was a man of few words and passed on to his children a love of reading and history. A legacy which is to be both admired and respected. Sevices were held at the Kraeer Funeral Home, Pompano Beach, Florida.
2002 November 27 CONNORS-Bishop Ronald Gerard, C.SS.R. on November 27, 2002. Bishop Emeritus of San Juan De La Maguana, Dominican Republic. Former Provincial of Baltimore Province. Dear son of the late William and Gertrude (nee LUNDRIGAN). Beloved brother of Mary BURKE, Alfred, and the late Reverend William CONNORS, C.SS.R. Loving uncle of Brendan, Ronald, William, Jane BURKE, Lisa BOERUM, MaryPat DONOVAN, Kathy GOETZ, Elizabeth SWIFT, Dr. Alfred CONNORS Jr., Mary Lorraine ANDERSON, Thomas, William, James, and Michael CONNORS. Brother-in-law to Mary CONNORS. Reposing M.V. Cosgrove and Son Chapels, 5723 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn on Sat 2-5 and 7-9 PM. The Bishop will repose on Sunday at the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help from 2-5 PM. Aake service will be held at 7:30 PM on Sunday. Funeral Mass on Monday at the Basilica at 10:30 AM. Burial will be in the Dominican Republican.
LUNDRIGAN-Passed peacefully away Tuesday, January 13th 1959, at 11.30 p.m., Maud Manning, beloved wife of Peter Lundrigan, age 69 years; leaving to mourn besides her husband, three sons, Patrick, John and Peter also four daughters, Mrs. William MacDonald, Mrs. Alex Samuelson, Mrs. CONNORS Thomas, Mrs. Morris Lundrigan, and also three brothers and twenty-eight grandchildren. Funeral Friday Jan.16, at 9 a.m. from her daughters residence Mrs. Morris Lundrigan, 12 O'Neill Avenue to St. Theresa's Church, thence to Mount Carmel Cemetery. May her soul rest in peace.
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