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Thomas Francis Flannery and
Sarah Catherine Barlow


BARLOW's in Ireland, Canada and Colorado

by Kathleen Regina Minion
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1.  Richard Barlow was born March 10, 1819 in Ireland and immigrated to Canada in April 1842

He married 1. Margaret McNamie who died c1868

He married 2. Mary Kerry

Two children were born, both died as toddlers

Child of Richard and Margaret:

2.  John Ernest Barlow, Sr. born in April 1849 and died March 13, 1901.
Generation 2
2.  John Ernest Barlow was born in April 1849 and died March 13, 1901

He married Sarah McMahon, on June 15, 1875 in the Saint Anne Church in Montreal, Canada. Sarah was born 29 May 1849 to parents Dennis McMahon and Sarah Bannigan. She died March 17, 1892.

They moved to Leadville, Lake Co Colorado in 1882

John and Sarah had children:

Margaret Ann Barlow was born November 27, 1875 in Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Quebec Canada, and was deceased by June 07, 1894, probably in Silver Plume, Clear Creek Co Colorado.

She is thought to have married Albert Appleby, however, no marriage record has been found.

3. Sarah Catherine 'Kate' Barlow was born May 07, 1877 in Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Quebec Canada, and died November 07, 1919 in Colorado.

Richard Dennis Barlow was born on April 09, 1879 in Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Quebec Canada and drowned June 29, 1889 in Colorado, buried in St. Joseph's Cemetary.

John Ernest 'Jack' Barlow, Jr. was born November 04, 1881 in Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Quebec Canada and died in Glenwood Springs, Garfield Co Colorado on December 21, 1928.   He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Red Cliff, Eagle Co Colorado.

He married in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co Utah to Annie Owen on July 06, 1915
Obituary - date and paper uknown:

John Barlow of Avon passed on Friday morning in Glenwood Springs, from a protracted case of miner's T. B., the end coming unexpectedly, as up to almost the last hour he was hopeful of recovery, and wrote his wife in Red Cliff that he expected to be home for Christmas.

He was born in Franklin Center, Canada, coming to Leadville when only 17 months old. He moved to Red Cliff and Gilman in 1907, and was married to Mrs. Tom Owen in 1916.

He followed the occupation of mining until about 10 years ago, at which time he purchased the old Mack Fleck ranch at Avon, where he had hoped to recuperate his failing health.

Jack Barlow was the exceptional machine man in a mine. He was employed on the Empire Zinc property for years. It was he who drove the long 14 level drift from the Iron Mask over to the Black Iron workings. He did most of the upraising for the many ore pockets between the 14 and 16 levels and the loading pockets under the Newhouse tunnel. He paid the price like many other miners, sticking too close to the work they liked. Jack Barlow always was a favorite with his helpers.

He leaves a widow and two step sons, two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Nolan and Mrs. May Allison, both of Victor, several nieces and nephew and one step-daughter.

The funeral services will be conducted from their ranch home near Avon.

Interment will be in the cemetery at Red Cliff where he always expressed a desire to be buried -- nature's beauty spot for a last resting place; so the old timers are taking the long journey by twos and threes. Their ranks are thinning out. They finish their work and pass on.

Mrs. Barlow and relatives have the sympathy of many friends.
Mary Jane 'Mae' Barlow was born on May 16, 1883 in Colorado and died August 05, 1936 in Colorado. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs, El Paso Co Colorado on August 07, 1936.

Mae married 1. Louis Anderson -aka- Louis Gelineau on February 04, 1906 Lake Co Colorado

She married 2. William Jinkerson on May 05, 1918 in Cripple Creek, Teller Co Colorado

She married 3. Harry Player Allinson on October 23, 1922 in Pueblo, Pueblo Co Colorado.  He died February 07, 1951 in Nezperce Co Idaho

Ella Bertha 'Nell' Barlow was born on August 13, 1885 in Colorado and died November 02, 1974 in Colorado.

Nell married 1. Joseph Milton Borah on November 30, 1904. He died July 09, 1962 and is buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs, El Paso Co Colorado

Nell Barlow Borah married 2. William Vincent 'Bill' Nolan on December 24, 1924.  He died in Denver, Arapahoe Co, date unknown.

She married 3. Hemin Smith Wagner on August 27, 1947 in Aztec, San Juan Co New Mexico. Smith Wagner died on May 15, 1957 in Cedaredge, Delta Co Colorado and buried May 19, 1957 in the Garnett Mesa Cemetery in Delta Co Colorado.

Hazel Catherine Borah was the only child of Nell, she was born December 27, 1905 in Colorado, and died July 23, 1982; burial in Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs, El Paso Co Colorado along with husband, Roy Williams and son, Bruce Allen Williams
Generation 3
3. Sarah Catherine 'Kate' Barlow was born May 07, 1877 in Franklin Centre, Huntingdon, Quebec Canada, and died November 07, 1919 in Colorado.

She married Thomas Francis Flannery on December 10, 1893 in Leadville, Lake Co Colorado. Thomas was born on February 11, 1873 in New York City, New York Co, New York, to William Flannery and Mary Farrel. He died June 26, 1931
A Leadville Paper / possibly the Leadville Herald Democrat     July 02, 1931

FLANNERY, THOMAS FRANCIS

Funeral services, which were held this morning for the late Thomas Flannery, former Leadville resident, were largely attended by local friends and a representation of Gilman citizens, as he had been living at Gilman for the past twenty-three years.

The services were held at 9:30 this morning from the Church of the Annunciation, the funeral cortege leaving the Moynahan-O'Malia funeral chapel at 1 o'clock.

Rev. Father E. L. Horgan officiated at mass. Two vocal solos, 'Prayer for Happy Death' and 'One Fleeting Hour' were sung by Mrs. Kate Forman, accompanied by Miss Mary Genry, organist.

Interment was in St. Joseph's cemetery and the pallbearers, all citizens of Gilman, Colorado, were Pete Doyle, John Doyle, O.R. Abrahamsen, John Curran, Adam Houck, and Thomas Daviney.

Born in New York City, February 01, 1872 he came to Colorado when he was about twelve years of age. After settling for a time in the San Luis Valley, he later moved to Leadville when the town was in its boom.

He engaged as a miner here for several years.

He was married in Leadville when he was about twenty-one to Catherine Barlow and twenty-three years ago he and his family moved to Gilman, Colorado, where he followed his occupation as a miner and shaft foreman.

During the influenza epidemic in 1918 he lost his wife and two sons, who were buried in Leadville within a period of ten days.

While he made his home at Gilman, he gained many friends as was evidenced by the number of floral tributes and the attendance at the funeral services. Numbered among the floral tributes were many large set pieces and a broken wheel from the Gilman community.

He died in a Salida hospital last Friday morning from injuries incurred the previous morning, when he fell from a pile line at the tailings pond of the Empire Zinc company, where he had been employed for the past four or five years. Following the accident he was taken to the hospital at Salida via ambulance, and the death resulted from a punctured lung, caused by a fractured rib.

For several years he had been employed as a shaft foreman but, recently, because of failing health, had been transferred to outdoor work; and it was while working on the pipe line that he fell to the ground, Thursday morning. He was rushed to the Gilman hospital and sent from there to Salida.

The only surviving member of his family, a married daughter, Mrs. Leo Jones of Oakland, California, arrived here after being notified of her father's death. He is also survived by a son-in-law, Leo Jones and thre e grandchildren, Patricia, Barbara and Milford Jones.

A sister-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Nolan of Lake City, Colorado and a niece Mrs. Hazel William's of Victor, Colorado together with Mr. Nolan and Mr. Williams were here for the funeral services.
Thomas and Kate Flannery had children:

John Flannery -listed on the church records as Thomas- born and died March 13, 1895 in Oro, Lake Co Colorado

Infant son, born May 28, 1897, died September 06, 1898 in Leadville, Lake Co Colorado.

Thomas Stanley Flannery was born July 28, 1899 and died October 30, 1919

Edward Ernest Flannery was born November 15, 1902 and died November 09, 1919

Florence Regina 'Pet' / 'Peggy' Flannery was October 28, 1904 in Oro, Colorado and died November 01, 1993, burial with her husband, Oakmont Memorial Park, Lafayette, Contra Costa Co California.

Florence married December 25, 1923, Leo Joseph Jones, who was born on September 06, 1898 in Gladstone, Clackamas Co Oregon to Roxena Belle Flint. Leo died February 01, 1972 in Oakland, Alameda Co California, buried in Oakmont Memorial Park, Lafayette, Contra Costa Co California

-Note that Kate and two of her children died within days of each other, all victims of a flu epidemic-
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