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in Rutland, MA
Rutland, MA had a section called 'Little Dublin'
In 1850 Census,
John Malowney/Malowney was in Howard
John Malowney married Bridget Lawless about 1851.
Isaac Malowney born August 18, 1852 in Maryland
Thomas Augusta Maloney b. Sep 14, 1856
John Henry Malowney born October 3, 1858
In 1860, John Malowney/Maloney was believed to be in Sandy Springs,
Montgomery County, MD and owned Real Estate.
During the Civil War, John, Bridget and three sons, as well as John's
brother Dennis Maloney and his wife Catherine, Bridget's sister were
in Rutland, MA.
July 17, 1862, Mary Jane was born to John and Bridget Malowney/Maloney
Dennis Maloney purchased land in Rutland, MA and settled there with his
- John Dennis Maloney
of Dennis & Catherine Lawless Maloney born 1867) was a business
owner (liquor store) and Marion Barry was a "socialite". The
homesites in Rutland, MA are now part of
Rutland State Park.
Park is a 300 acre recreation area with developed facilities for
fresh water swimming, picnicking and boating. At Whitehall Pond,
there is a swimming beach and adjacent picnic area. (source of this
paragraph: Jean S., daughter of Evelyn K. D. H, who was the daughter
of Evelyn, the only child of John & Marion Barry Maloney.
Thomas Lawless and his
sister Mary Lawless were already in Rutland, MA.
In the 1870 census for Howard County, MD, John Malowney/Maloney is
listed with the post office of Savage.
In the 1880 census for Howard County, MD, John Malowney/Maloney is
listed in the 5th district of Howard County.
- Michael and
Catherine ___ LAWLESS, presumed to have been born in Ireland. (Names of
parent's from their son Thomas' death certificate. They had
at least four children:
- born on March 1, 1828 per death certificate
- arrived in
port of New York, NY March 5, 1855. We are still looking for a
passenger list arriving in New York on this date.
Mary RAFTERY in 1858.
- Took his
oath of naturalization, October 5, 1860
20, 1879 received citizenship
Callahan and Thomas Hillery were witnesses
Lawless helped start the Catholic Church in Rutland, MA named St.
Lawless died January 12, 1888.
son, William Edward Lawless was a Senator for Maine. Resided in
Auburn and Lewiston, ME.
information on Thomas Lawless is from Jane E., Thomas Lawless'
- born about 1836
MALONEY who was born about 1815 in Ireland.
- died in
Worchester, MA on May 17, 1894 at the age of 58 per death record. Cause
Bronchitis Pneumonia. Buried in the Ascension Section, Lot 81, Row 11, St.
John's Cemetery, Worcester, MA.
Page for descendents
- Mary Lawless
- married Richard
COATES (? spelling)
- buried in
cemetery in Holden, MA which borders Rutland, MA
Rutland, Mass. links:
||Bertha I.. (Luce)
is not necessary connected to my Lawless Ancestry or research.
LAWLESS listed in
Search for Missing Friends
Of Martin LAWLESS, parish of Kiltolla, county Galway, who left Waltham, Ms. in December
last intending to go to Maryland. Any information respecting him will be thankfully
received by his brother, Thomas LAWLESS, care of Michael Broderick, Waltham. Ms (probably
Ms is Massachusetts not Mississippi)
Mary LAWLESS, County Wexford, Parish Gorey, was awarded a Spinning
Wheel in 1796 by gov't
Genealogy of The LAWLESS Family and Connecting Families by Mrs. Daniel
E. LAWLESS (Betty McEnelly), published 1976, US/CAN 929.273, L424a is in the LDS-SLC-FHC
library. I did not find Malowney/Maloney connections in this book. The author's
oldest granddaughter emailed 7/19/2006 and she the author died about
Irish Passenger Lists - lists with LAWLESS passengers
Passengers on Ship ST. PATRICK from Liverpool to New York, 3 December, 1845.
Mary A. Fitzpatrick
Elizabeth Richardson (Mrs.)
List of Passengers on Ship ALHAMBRA from Dublin to New York, 1 June, 1846.