Thomas John Carmody (died 1888)

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Thomas John Carmody
? - 1888 (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Thomas John Carmody married Bridget Ryan. He died in 1888. We know that Thomas John Carmody had been residing in Tasmania, Australia.

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Thomas John Carmody passed away in 1888. He married Bridget Ryan. We know that Thomas John Carmody had been residing in Tasmania, Australia.
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In 1806, on May 30th, Andrew Jackson killed Charles Dickinson in a duel. Dickinson accused Jackson of cheating on a bet, then insulted his wife Rachel - accusing her of bigamy. Although Dickinson had the first shot - and hit Jackson in the chest, near his heart - Jackson shot (maybe twice, which would have been illegal) and killed Dickinson. Although it is thought that Jackson fought anywhere from 5 to 100 duels (he had a bad temper), he won a run for President in 1829.

In 1826, on March 10th, João VI, King of Portugal and the former Emperor of Brazil, died after a short illness. Six days earlier, the King had become ill after eating at the Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon. An investigative autopsy in the late 1990's discovered that he had been killed by arsenic poisoning - having enough arsenic in his body to kill two people.

In 1832, on November 14th, Charles Carroll - the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence - died at his home in Maryland. He was 95 years old. He signed the Declaration as "Charles Carroll of Carrollton", distinguishing him from several other Charles Carroll's who were living in the area at the time.

In 1850, on July 10th, President Millard Fillmore - previously Vice-President to Zachary Taylor - became the 13th President of the United States. Taylor had become ill with a still unknown intestinal ailment on July 4th and died on July 9th as a result. He had been a little over a year into his term.

In 1888, in the year of Thomas John Carmody's passing, Irishman John Robert Gregg published a pamphlet in the U.S., teaching his first version of shorthand - Gregg shorthand. When he improved on the first version and published it 5 years later, Gregg shorthand became popular.

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Born: around 1903
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Thomas G Carmody
Born: around 1913
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Thomas F Carmody
Born: around 1915
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Thomas J Carmody
Born: around 1913
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Thomas T Carmody
Born: around 1923
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Thomas J Carmody
Born: around 1917
Massachusetts, United States
Thomas H Carmody
Born: around 1918
Connecticut, United States
Thomas E Carmody
Born: around 1892
New York, United States
Thomas B Carmody
Born: around 1915
Kansas, United States
Thomas W Carmody
Born: around 1923
Massachusetts, United States
Thomas F Carmody
Born: around 1927
Connecticut, United States

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