Tag Archives: 20th Century

Queensland Australia Vital Records Index 1829-1964

These entries come from the online database index of birth, marriages and deaths for Queensland, Australia’s north eastern state.[1] The records begin in the year 1829 but there are no entries with the Buggy name in the nineteenth century. As … Continue reading

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US Newspaper Articles III

Owingsville, Kentucky – 1906                                                                                                        On 26 April 1903, Patrick Buggy, age 40, took his own life using carbonic acid at St. Josephs Infirmary. He was from Seattle and was employed as a turfman by Edward Corrigan, the horse trainer.[1] Brooklyn, … Continue reading

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US Newspaper Articles II

This is the second post that will give an overview of newspaper articles where people with the Buggy name are mentioned. They come from a number of states and cover decades from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Shamokin, Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Queens County, New York Surrogates Court 1892-1936

Wills and letters of administration can prove to be an excellent resource when conducting family history research. Many family members can often be named, along with other valuable details. This short listing of Buggy’s comes from the borough of Queens … Continue reading

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Philadelphia City Death Certificates 1856-1913

In the 18th and early 19th centuries the state of Philadelphia had the highest number of people with the Buggy name, as shown in the US Census Series. To try and elaborate on this, I have compiled Buggy names found … Continue reading

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William Smith O’Brien Petitions 1848-1849

William Smith O’Brien was the leader of an unsuccessful Young Ireland rebellion in Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary in 1848. After his capture, Smith O’Brien was tried, found guilty and sentenced to death. His death sentence resulted in widespread revulsion across Ireland … Continue reading

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US Civil War Pension’s Index

Listed below are some men with the Buggy name who fought in the American Civil War and filed a Civil War Pension Application.[1] Some pensions were filed for during the war, with others, such as widow’s pensions, not filing until … Continue reading

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‘Information Wanted’ Ads in Boston Pilot 1831-1921

A prominent feature of 19th century immigration to the US from Ireland was chain migration, where family members would come over one at a time as enough money was saved up in Ireland, or sent from the US as a … Continue reading

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US Civil War Soldiers List

This list of names is taken from the US Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS). It is a listing of over 6 million names that was computerized by a number of bodies from the records of the National Archives … Continue reading

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Church and Civil Records from Ireland (II)

This is the second post which will give examples of church (baptisms, marriages and deaths) and civil records (births, marriages and deaths or BMDs) from different counties in Ireland that have the Buggy name.[1] As in the first post the … Continue reading

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