Carroll, Mary

Mary Carroll was born about 1846 in Rotdoen, County Wicklow, Ireland.  She married John O’Brien about 1875 and she died in Millom, England on November 28, 1919.   She is buried in St. George’s Cemetery since there was no cemetery at St. James’ Catholic church.

The Millom Gazette, December 5, 1919

Death and Funeral of Mrs. O’Brien

It is with sincere regret that we announce the death of Mrs. Mary O’Brien, wife of Mr. John O’Brien, 20 steel Green, Millom, which occurred on Friday morning last, at the age of 68 years, after a brief illness.

The interment took place on Tuesday afternoon at the Catholic Burial Grounds, the Rev. Father Kelly officiating.  There was a large attendance of relatives and sympathizing friends, deceased being highly respected and very well known locally.

Wreaths and flowers were sent by : Hannah and Dan; nurse Bell; Mrs. J. Rich and family; Mr. Mrs. and Miss Coade; Mr.. and Mrs. Maddern and family; Capt. and Mrs. Strike; Rupert and Elsie; Mr. and Mrs. Kendall and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dawson; Mr. and Mrs. W. Dawson; Mr. Langhorn and family; Mrs. Johnson; Mrs. Gilbert; Mr. and Mrs. R. Richards and granddaughters; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Morgan; Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan; Sergt. W. Morgan (Liverpool); Mrs. Cartnell and Sonny (Blackpool); Mrs. More and Olive; Mr. and Mrs. R. Benetts and family; Mrs. and Miss Murry; Mr. and Mrs. Batten; All at 14 Horn Hill; Mrs. Marshall and family; Mr. and Mrs. H. Mitchell; Mr.. and Mrs. Pat O’Neill; Mr. and Mrs. W. Stainton; Mrs. Wilkinson and Esther; All at 6 Duddon Street; Mrs. H. Pizton; Mr. and Mrs. W. Armstrong and Nellie.”

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