Sunday, December 28, 2014

Sunday Obituary: James Kilday of CT


James Kildea

James Kildea, who for a long time had resided on Cannon street, died at home at 8 o’clock Saturday night. He had been sick about four months and had a complication of diseases, the most dangerous of which was Bright’s Disease. He also suffered much from rheumatism. He was employed in the brass mill in Ansonia for a number of years but was obliged to give up work on account of failing health. He was a member of Derby [unreadable] Knights of Maccabees. A wife and three children mourn his death. Mr. Kildea also had many friends in the associated towns. The end was not unexpected to those near him, as his condition had been such for more than a week [unreadable] of a few hours. Undertaker Colwell took charge of the remains. The funeral took place from his late home at 9 o’clock this morning Internment was made at Mount St. Peter cemetery and was attended by relatives and friends.

"James Kildea." The Ansonia Sentinel 13 Nov. 1899: 6.



1 James Kilday b: c 1850 Ireland, d: 11 Nov 1899 CT
... + Ann Brady b: c 1865 Ireland, m: 18 Aug 1881 CT, d: 27 Jul 1952 Milford, New Haven, CT

......2 Mary Kilday b: 12 Jun 1882 New Haven, CT
......2 Catherine Kilday b: Feb 1884 CT
...... + Jack B Thompson b: Ac 1883 OH, m: 26 Apr 1909 New Haven, CT
.........3 Gladys Thompson b: c 1910 CT
......2 Annie M. Kilday b: 3 Mar 1887 New Haven, CT
......2 Margaret E. Kilday b: 8 Sep 1889 New Haven, CT
...... + John Coleman
.........3 Anna Mariah Coleman b: 12 Jun 1918
......... + William Frederick Miller
............4 Mary Jayne Miller b: 17 Dec 1955
............4 Michael Terrence Miller b: 23 May 1959, d: Ac 1991
............4 Beverly Ann Miller b: 15 Aug 1947
............ + Ronald William Kelly
......2 James Leo Kilday b: 28 May 1892 CT
...... + Theresa Guilfoyle b: Abt. 1897 CT
.........3 James Kilday b: Abt. 1923 CT
.........3 Warren Kilday b: Abt. 1925 CT
.........3 Patricia Kilday b: Abt. 1932 CT

......2 Frances Kilday b: 14 Mar 1895 New Haven, CT

2 comments:

  1. I wonder why the spelling in the obit doesn't match the spelling on the tombstone.

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  2. Wendy, good question. Those in his direct line seem to use the Kilday spelling.

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