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FC: A History of | The Maloney Family
1: THE BRIDGE The way I walk I see my mother walking, The feet secure and firm upon the ground. The way I talk I hear my daughter talking And hear my mother's echo in the sound. The way she thought I find myself now thinking, The generations linking In a firm continuum of mind. The bridge of immortality I'm walking, The voice before me echoing behind. by Dorothy Hilliard Moffatt | This book is dedicated to those who have come before, teaching us to live with honor and love, that our family tree may thrive and grow onward into the sun.
2: The Maloney - Ryan Family | Robert Eugene Maloney | Edna Marie Ryan | Eugene Francis Maloney | Gertrude Zeller | Owen Ryan | Mary Katherine Kumle | Mary Margaret Riordon | Thomas Joseph Maloney | Thomas Maloney
3: The Brice - Whalen Family | John Joseph Brice | Mary Ellen Whalen | Mary Jean Brice | Nancy Pope | Clement VL Whalen | Martha Graves | William H. Pope | Ellen McDermott | Michael Whalen | Rosa Ann Abbey | John Joseph Brice | Elizabeth Kroeger | Frank Ambroise Abbey | Condy Breslin
4: The story of the Maloney family in America begins in the middle of the 19th century in the small mining community of Mine Hill, Morris County, New Jersey. The famine of the 1840s resulted in large numbers of Irish leaving their homeland for the shores of America and the booming industy provided ready employment. Thomas Maloney, and his brother James, were among them. The brothers were different, however, in that they didn't end up living in company housing, and renting from the mine company, as did most. On August 10, 1854 Thomas Maloney "purchased a small (30 by 150 ft.) building lot in the 'Irishtown' section of Mine Hill. His brother James purchased an equally small adjoining lot on the same day
5: At last, Thomas and Julia Maloney sought a life away from the soot and backbreaking of the mines and sold the little house in Mine Hill, NJ. They settled amist the rolling farmland of Morgan County Illinois.
6: Fair View Farm
14: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories.
16: Mother | Grandfather | Grandmother | Great Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandmother | Great Grandmother
17: Father | Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandfather | Great Grandmother | Great Grandmother | Grandmother
19: Great Grandparents | Parents | Grandparents
21: Our Ancestors
22: Parents | Grandparents | Great Grandparents