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1922 Alice M. Mcgarraghy (maiden name Alice M.Gilmartin ) & daughter Alice Mae McGarraghy, age 2, (aka Alice Mae Crowley 7/9/1919 - 8/14/1999 ) In front of their home at 960 Portland ave. Rochester,NY. Photo taken just before their voyage back to family in Drimfad,Sligo,Ireland. 1922. Along with her husband Thomas J.McGarraghy Sr. Travel to visit both family's because Thomas's fathers' had recently died. John McGarraghy is listed on the passport as having passed away in 1921. To visit Thomas's grieving Mother, also to visit Alice's Mother Mary Gilmartin (maiden name Feeney. The mother of her mother was Mary Feeney who married Michael Gilmartin. All of the family's lived in the same area of South Cliffony/Drumfad/Moneygold/Rathfrask all part of the county of Sligo,Ireland. Alice's family of both sides : The Gilmartin farm adjoined the Feeney Farm. Then also next door land just north of their farm! Adjoined by the McGarraghy Farm and his Mothers family farm, maiden name of his mother of Thomas McGarraghy was the Kelly Family Farm. All four families forced to pay rent to British invader's, yes all paid a tithe/Monthly Rent on farmlands that had been their's. For decades! One was an Earl of a town in England . The other was the Vicount of Palmerston,UK. He took over most of the Gilmartin Farm, building a huge mansion estate,that still exists today. Some of the Gilmartin and Feeny children were forced to be servant's and maids for The Vicount of Palmerston's Sligo estate on their land. Also some of the family are shown to owned land on the west coastline of Drumfad area. A town were The Earl of Burma aka Lord Montbatten, a member of the British royal family! Stole their seashore farm in the 1800's, The IRA Killed Lord Montbatten in the 1970's on his Royal Yacht,as it was departing his massive estate on the families former lands. This is the man that Actually raised Prince Charles,son of Elizabeth II( Windsor ) monarchist England She did not raise her own son. Nor did her husband, Who live mostly with his man servant.! Prince Charles father's name is Prince Philip formally of the Greek royal family. They were and are the original dysfunctional family. Princess Diana son William Prince William of Cambridge, has spoken of Compensating in some-way,for his past families sin's Inflicted upon The People's of Ireland. Throughout Ireland's history, being overrun by the British causing damaged beyond evil. Caused by all of members of the British Monarchies, Dear Tyranny, destruction ,degradation ,humiliation starvation,annihilation ,forced emigration over Ireland for decades and decades. As we now know,of the potato famine was not Starvation from loss of potatoes crops alone. The reason millions died ,was because the British came over to Ireland and took their livestock and anything of value form the native families of Ireland. The British also took ,any Irish family's fishing boats. Stolen at the begining of the Potato crop failure. England's crops of potatoes were also dying out , Caused by the same fungus that it infected Ireland's potatoes . Having stolen Ireland's fishings boats to England , They weren't allowed to fish for the plentiful bounty in the sea ,right off the Irelans's coast. That alone could've saved the Irish for starvation. The British media, altered ireland and it peoples history. So when you hear of the potato famine,remember the cause millions of dead in Ireland. This nightmare also started the subsequent mass exodus of Ireland's children to flee to America and Australia. Nearly half of my relatives are in areas of Australia. The majority are in towns such as,Perth to Melbourne to Sydney and beyond. McGarraghy,Gilmartin are common surnames in Australia.
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Alice and Bus Crowley Headstone,in Pittsford Cemetery: Mom and Dad Share a Headstone, Alice Mae (McGarraghy) Crowley 7/9/1919 - 8/14/1999 & Clement I. "Bus" Crowley 7/21/1921 - 1/26/2012 In Pittsford Cemetery on south side of washington road. In upper left half of hill. Closer to Random Woods, that is the street on the northern border of this section.The majority of family buried at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, off Lake ave Rochester NY - the Gilmartin family and the McGarraghy family and more.
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A photo of Clement "Bus" I. Crowley (1921 - 2012) and Alice Crowley
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A photo of Alice Mae (McGarraghy) Crowley with her husband "Bus" Crowley.
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Clement I. "Bus" Crowley, of Rochester New York in 2012: B:7/21/1921 - D:1/26/2012. Attached to link below is slide show of family photos (http://harrisfuneralhome.com/online-obituary/2012-01-clement-i-crowley/10026513 )This is my DAD'S FORMAL- OBITUARY FROM D&C. http://harrisfuneralhome.com/online-obituary/2012-01-clement-i-crowley/10026513/print Page 1 of 3 Biography Crowley, Clement I. "Bus" Irondequoit: Clement "Bus" Crowley, a devoted usband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, passed away peacefully January 26, 2012 at the age of 90. A resident of Irondequoit for more than six decades, he was a chemist at Eastman Kodak Company for 37 years. Early on, he also worked for a time in his father-in-law's McGarraghy Real Estate on Portland Avenue. Upon retirement from Kodak, he opened a residential/commercial real estate business at his home on Nob Hill. Bus met his future wife Alice Mae McGarraghy after she agreed to write a serviceman at the start of World War II. He picked her name off a list put together by her bowling team. The two met once before he went overseas, wrote letters for three years, and got married one month after he returned from Europe. A Third Army medic, Bus won a grass-court tennis championship while waiting to be deployed from England. He miraculously survived such battles as The Battle of the Bulge and The Invasion of Normandy (Awarded Five Battle Stars) and campaigns as Ardennes, Central Europe, Normandy, Northern France and Rhineland. At California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, he earned a B.S. in agricultural science. Subsequently, he was hired by Cornell University to work on a government project focused on potato farming and crop innovation. Mr. Crowley was environmentally conscious and advocated for green energy. He pursued green alternatives well into his 80's, writing an op-ed piece for the D&C in 2007 arguing for the construction of a hydroelectric dam at the Veterans Memorial Bridge. He was an outspoken proponent for the use of wind energy at Chapel Oaks where he lived his last six years. His wife died after a long illness in 1999. But they had more than 50 years of good times. They enjoyed traveling to every state in the U.S. with their four children, they played bridge, and summered at York Beach, Maine. He coached baseball and basketball teams and was quite a ballplayer himself. On one Kodak Home: Irondequoit, NY Date of Death: January 26, 2012 Place of Birth:Port Canyon,Scotia,Humboldt County, California Birthdate: July 21,1921 Age: 90 Funeral Information Mass: Saturday, February 04, 2012 12:30 PM St. Anns Home Chapel, Rochester, NY Visitation: Friday, February 03, 2012 4:00 - 7:00pm at Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, Inc., Rochester, NY Interment: Pittsford Cemetery, Pittsford, NY Clement I. Crowley 11/30/12 6:56 PM http://harrisfuneralhome.com/online-obituary/2012-01-clement-i-crowley/10026513/print Page 2 of 3 lunch hour, he hit three home runs. Bus and Alice were dedicated parishioners of St. Thomas the Apostle Church. To help keep the parish school running, the Crowleys started Saturday night Bingo and, in 25 years, raised more than one million dollars. Born July 21, 1921 in Scotia, California, to Charles and Mary (Flaherty) Crowley, Bus inherited a very big name - Clement Ignatius Crowley - from his uncle who died of pneumonia while training as a soldier in World War I. Nearly 11 pounds at birth, he was what people of the day called a "buster." The child called Buster became the man Bus. Bus is survived by his four children and their spouses, Kathleen (Patrick) Francis of Irondequoit; Michael C. (Ellen) Crowley of Pittsford; Dr. Eileen D. Crowley PHD of Chicago,ILL. ; Patrick K.Crowley Former REALTOR in Rochester,NY. He is now living in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl; his five grandchildren, Heather (Scott) Eichin, Blanca (Troy) Mosconi, Omar Horak, Sean M. (Nadia) Crowley, Erin C. Crowley; and three great-grandchildren Skylar and Brady Mosconi and Zachary Eichin. He is also survived by his loving sister-in-law, Evie Lynch of Webster and several nieces and Nephews. Interment Burial at 'Pittsford Cemetery', se of washington Rd. Pittsford,NY.14618.
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Alice Mae (McGarraghy)Crowley Photo taken at the Red Inn in Provincetown,CapeCod,Massachusetts. Alice Mae Crowley was b:7/9/1919 - d:8/14/1999. In Rochester,NY.(Alice Married (Bus)Clement I.Crowley son of Charles and Mary Crowley[Rio Dell,CA. After Bus returned from WWII on :9/17/1945. Clement I.Crowley aka Bus. 7/211921-12/16/2012 at St.Andrews RC church,Rochester,New York ) This is my mother Alice,I am her son Patrick K.Crowley. Photo was taken at The Red INN, while Mom and Dad were visiting me as my rented summer Cottage,in ( Cape Cod) Provincetown,MA. 1993-4. In her favorite,pink Dress. Mom and Dad were always,such great fun together. 50+ years of Love and Laughs.
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This is a photo of my parents (Patrick K.Crowley and Alice Mae (McGarraghy) Crowley). Photo taken at The Rainbow Room atop Rockefeller Center. Enjoying their "50th Anniversary" party in New York City in 1995, Attended by their entire family. Alice Mae McGarraghy B:7/9/1919 D:8/14/1998 (Clement I.Crowley aka Bus:Husband Marriage 9/17/1945 ) Also Included In this weekend Celebration brunch,held at spectacular location( at the once upon a time famous historic resturant that was recently torn down ) 'The Tavern on the Green' in Central Park in New York City. The weekend events hosted by their children Eileen and Patrick as a gift. On November 17,1995 my parents also renewed their wedding vows. This was held in 'Our Lady Chapel' at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral on Fifth Avenue in New York City,NY. My mother sadly passed away , just a few years later. She was attended daily from early morning ,through late night by her loving husband "Bus." My mother suffered through the horrors of Alzheimer's Disease.Throughout those many years,at St.Annes nursing home in Rochester,my father barely left your side until the very end. Mom was just a few blocks away from,the home of her birth 960 Portland Avenue directly across from,where She married Bus at St. Andrews Roman Catholic Church,(Portland ave 9/17/1945) After their wedding they honeymooned in Niagara Falls, Then driving California were Bus was from. After returning from World War II as a highly decorated war hero,Bus and Alice went off to finish his college education . This was at Cal poly Technical Institute: In beautiful San Luis Obispo California. The next year on November 26 of 1946 their first child Kathleen was born. Bus was from Scotia,Rio Dell,Humboldt Co. California. Buses father's name was Charles's mother Mary. His great-grandfather Timothy Crowley,was one of the original pioneers of Northern California . He helped to establish the lands recently Acquired after the Mexican Indian war. There's an obituary, Online From the San Francisco paper called the 'Grizzly' Timothy Crowley died in 1914, At his second home at Big lake California. (Lakeport). After leaving the family farm along the Ell River in Ferndale,California. The Crowley family home was in San Francisco California, Located at 1398 Post St., San Francisco, CA. This is where the Crowley family has a historic genealogical background. The original Crowley family emigrated in the mid-1880s from Castletown,Ireland. This information is historically accurate. I will post a photo from 'The Grizzly' of his obituary ,on this site. Alice B:7/9/1919 D:8/14/1999
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