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Descendants of Patrick Noone


      63. Paul James6 Noone (Patrick Joseph5, Patrick4, William3, Martin2, Patrick1) was born May 07, 1916 in Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA92, and died December 31, 1984 in Natick, Norfolk, MA USA93. He married Gertrude Marie Shaughnessy November 25, 1943 in St. Charles Church, Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA94, daughter of Michael Shaughnessy and MaryEllen O'Brien. She was born February 13, 1916 in Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA95, and died May 22, 1992 in Milton, MA, USA96.

Notes for Paul James Noone:
Sources: Certificate of Marriage-St. Charles Church, Waltham, MA
Certificate of Marriage - City of Waltham

OBITUARY - THE NEWS TRIBUNE - WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2, 1985
WALTHAM - Paul J. Noone, a mechanic for the MBTA for 16 years, died on Monday, December 31 at the Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick following a long illness.
Born in Waltham, he was the son of the late Patrick and Delia (O'Loughlin) Noone . He was a US Navy veteran of World War II and was a member of the American Legion Post #197 in Natick. He was also a member of the Natick Lodge of Elks #1435.
He is survived by his wife, Gertrude M. (Shaughnessy) Noone; two sons, Thomas P. Noone and Kevin F. Noone, both of Natick; two daughters, Mrs. Charles F. (Patricia E.) Spinazola Jr. and Ms. Mary E. Noone, both of Framingham; and two brothers, Francis W. of Quincy and John J. of Waltham. He is also survived by six granddaughters.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held from the Walsh-Fennelly Funeral Home, 20 High St., Waltham, on Thursday at 9:15 A.M. followed by a funeral mass in St. Charles Church at 10 o'clock. Interment will be at St. Patrick's Cemetery in Natick. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to the New England Home for Little Wanderers, 161 So. Huntington Ave., Boston 02130.

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During World War II he served in the Navy he was aboard ship for about three to four years. He was injured when his ship was blown up by the Japanese. When he returned he worked several jobs, in a foundry and as a bartender. He then joined the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority as a mechanic, from which he retired.


[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SAS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with N, Date of Import: Apr 27, 1996, Internal Ref. #1.112.3.28864.66]

Individual: Noone, Paul
Birth date: May 7, 1916
Death date: Dec 1984
Social Security #: 012-01-7755
Last residence: MA 01760
State of issue: MA


More About Paul James Noone:
Fact 2: State of issue: MA97
Fact 3: Last residence: MA 0176097
Fact 4: Social Security #: 012-01-775597

Notes for Gertrude Marie Shaughnessy:
Sources: Certificate of Birth - City of Waltham
Certificate of Death - Town of Milton

OBITUARY - WALTHAM TRIBUNE

Gertrude M. (Shaughnessy) Noone, 76, died Friday, May 22, 1992, at the Milton Health Care Center after a long illness.
She was born in Waltham and attended local schools, including St. Charles High School. In 1961, she moved to Natick, where she worked as an assembler for the New England Manufacturing Company.
She is the wife of the late Paul J. Noone. She leaves two sons, Thomas P. Noone of Oakland Park, Fla., and Kevin F. Noone of Santa Barbara, Calif.; two daughters, Patricia Noone-Spinazola of Holliston and Mary Noone of Weymouth; six granddaughters and one great-grandson.
She was the sister of the late Thomas Leo Shaughnessy, Thomas Shaughnessy, Esther Shaughnessy, Mary Elizabeth Shaughnessy and Agnes Smith.
Funeral services from the Walsh-Fennelly Funeral Home, 20 High St., Waltham, will be held at 9 A.M., followed by a funeral Mass at 10 in the St. Charles Church, Waltham, Burial will be at St. Patricks Cemetery in Natick.
Visiting hours at the funeral home will be one hour prior to the service.


More About Gertrude Marie Shaughnessy:
Fact 4: May 24, 1992, St. Patrick's Cemetery, Natick, MA

Marriage Notes for Paul Noone and Gertrude Shaughnessy:
WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT-NEWS TRIBUNE-WALTHAM, MA- NOV 1943

Miss Shaughnessy Becomes Bride of Paul Noone

Wearing a white princess fashioned satin gown with a fingertip tulle veil, draped from a shirred coronet, accented by Lillie of the valley. Miss Gertrude Marie Shaughnessy, a daughter of Mrs. Michael Shaughnessy, of 8 Tolman Street, Waltham, became the bride of Petty Officer 2/C Paul James Noone, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Noone of 16 Cedar street, Waltham.
Miss Agnes Josephine Burke, organist, played the wedding music for the 3 P.M. service in St. Charles Church on Thanksgiving afternoon, at which Rev. John E. Kenney officiated, reading the double ring ceremony. Miss Agnes B. Shaughnessy was her sister's attendant, and the bridegroom was attended by his brother, Sgt. Franics Noone of the U. S. Army. The bride carried a white chrysanthemums and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid wore a shell pink satin frock with tulle trim and a matching tulle turban, and her bouquet was of pink roses.
After the ceremony there was a reception in the home of the bride, where white chrysanthemums, sweet peas and mixed bouquets gave a pleasing setting. In the receiving line, with the bridal party, were the mother of the bride and the parents of the bridegroom. Mrs. Shaughnessy wore soldier blue crepe with a pink rose corsage and Mrs. Noone Sr., chose black crepe with a red rose corsage. During the reception there were Piano selections played by Miss Katherine McLaughlin and vocal selections by Charles J. Shaughnessy, tenor.
The bride is a graduate of St. Charles High School of which the bridegroom is also a graduate. He is a petty officer 2/C in the U.S. Navy. After a trip to New York the bridegroom will resume his duties in service, and Mrs. Noone will Reside at 8 Tolman street, Waltham.

     
Children of Paul Noone and Gertrude Shaughnessy are:
+ 126 i.   Patricia Eileen7 Noone, born November 28, 1946 in Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA.
+ 127 ii.   Thomas Patrick Noone, born April 26, 1948 in Waltham, Middlsex, MA USA.
  128 iii.   Kevin Francis Noone, born April 27, 1952 in Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA98.
  Notes for Kevin Francis Noone:
Kevin was baptized at Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted, Waltham, MA on May 25, 1952. His godparents were Mary Noone (his Aunt) and John O'Loughlin (a copy of his baptism certificate is in the file).


  More About Kevin Francis Noone:
Fact 3: May 25, 1952, Our Lady Comforter, Waltham, MA

  129 iv.   Mary Elizabeth Noone, born August 27, 1955 in Waltham, Middlesex, MA USA.


      65. Mary Ann6 Noone (Patrick Joseph5, Patrick4, William3, Martin2, Patrick1) was born March 20, 1920 in Waltham. Middlesex, MA USA, and died October 28, 1969 in Winthrop, MA, USA. She married Richard Carr July 05, 1952 in St. Charles Church, Waltham, MA, son of Francis Carr and Emily Melonson. He was born Abt. 1928 in Everett, MA, and died February 18, 1967 in Boston, Suffolk, MA, USA.

Notes for Mary Ann Noone:
Funeral from Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home, 210 Winthrop St., Winthrop , MA Friday October 31, 1969. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in the Church of St. John the Evangelist at 9 a.m. She was a member of Cottage Park Yacht Club and was a member of their Ladies Bowling League.
She was an amazing cook and the house they lived in was the highest house on the highest hill in Winthrop, MA. This was directly opposite Logan International Airport, Boston, MA. She and her husband were very much involved in sailing and the yacht club.

Buried in Winthrop Cemetery, Winthrop, MA

Source: Certificate of Death-Commonwealth of Massachusetts

ARTICLE - WALTHAM NEWS TRIBUNE - THUR. JULY 10, 1952
MARY A. NOONE RECENTLY MARRIED TO EVERETT MAN
A reception at Suntaug Inn in Lynnfield followed the 10 o'clock Nuptial Mass at S. Charles Church on July 5 which united Miss Mary Anne Noone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Noone of 16Cedar Street, Waltham, and Richard Carr of 42 Wedgewood Street, Everett, son of Francis Joseph Carr and the late Mrs. Emily Adell Carr.
White carnations and babies breath banked the alter for the double ring ceremony solemnized by Rev. George J. Williams. The bride wore a princess-style gown of white georgette over taffeta with lace trim, and it had a tunic skirt and long train. Her veil was attached to a satin coronet trimmed with seed pearls and she carried an orchid on a prayer book with white gardenias and streamers of Lillie of the valley. She was given to marriage by her father.
T/Sgt. Frances A. Curwen of Camp Lejeune, N.C. as maid of honor, was gowned in green net over taffeta with lace trim, with a taffeta coronet headpiece. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet as did the bridesmaids, Sally Carr, Celeste McClellan, Ann McGrail and Mary Casey. They wore gown of orchid net over taffeta with stoles, and orchid beaded tiaras. There were inserts of eggshell satin in the aqua lace dress worn by the brides mother, with an eggshell straw hat and white accessories. Her corsage was of peach gladioli, babies breath,roses and sweet peas.
Edward Carr was best man for his brother, and the ushers were Francis Noone of Brighton, Francis Carr of Everett, William Carr of Cambridge and Lawrence Alywood of Everett. The wedding music was played by Miss Agnes J. Burke with Charles Shaughnessy as soloist and an orchestra provided the reception music.
Mr. and Mrs. Carr motored through upstate New York and Canada on their wedding trip and after July 12, will live temporarily at 16 Cedar Street. The bride attended St. Charles High School and the bridegroom, a veteran went to Everett High School. He operated his own concern, the Richard Carr Trucking Co.

MEDICAL: Mary had Rheumatic Fever as a child, which weakened her heart. She was awaiting surgery when she passed away at her home at 49 Prospect Street, Winthrop, MA.

OBITUARY-THE NEWS TRIBUNE (WALTHAM, MA) OCTOBER 28, 1969

CARR-In Winthrop, Oct 28, Mary A. (Noone) of 49 Prospect Ave, beloved wife of the late Richard Carr, Devoted mother of Dennis Carr of Winthrop, Sister of Francis W. of North Quincy, John J. of Waltham and Paul J. of Natick. Funeral from the Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home, 210 Winthrop Street, Winthrop, Friday October 31 at 8:15. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in the Church of St. John the Evangelist at 9 A.M. Visiting hours, Wednesday 7-9 P. M., Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of the Cottage Park Yacht Club Ladies Bowling League.

Social Security Number: 019-16-8004


Notes for Richard Carr:
Dick was a truck driver. He had his own company in Everett, MA.
His social security number was 033-16-7168.
He was a world war II Veteran.


Marriage Notes for Mary Noone and Richard Carr:
As written in Waltham News Tribune July 10, 1952

     
Children of Mary Noone and Richard Carr are:
  130 i.   Dennis7 Carr, Foster child.
  Notes for Dennis Carr:
Dennis was the blood nephew of Richar Carr, born to his brother Robert and his wife. Raised by Mary and Dick from a very young age. Dick's brother Frank lived across the street in Winthrop, MA.


  131 ii.   Richard "Ricky" Carr, Adopted child.
  Notes for Richard "Ricky" Carr:
Ricky was the blood nephew of Richard Carr - he was born to his brother Robert and his wife. He was raised and possibly adopted by Mary & Dick. He lived at 49 Prospect Street, Winthrop, MA. The last time he was seen by any of the family was at Mary's funeral. It had been rumored at that time that he was living in California, but this was never confirmed.





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