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FAHY (Skibbereen): On February 17, 2003, unexpectedly, at home, DAVID, beloved husband of Nora (nee McCarthy), 22 Chapel Lane, loving father of Janet, Buddy, Charles, Billy, Frank, Michael, Wayne and Linda. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family, brothers Billy, Isaac, John Joe and Frank, sisters Ina (Jones) and Isabella (Croston), grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. RIP. Reposing at Romie O'Donovan's Funeral Home, Skibbereen. Removal on this (Wednesday) evening at 7pm to St Patrick's Cathedral. Requiem Mass on tomorrow (Thursday) at 1.30pm. Funeral immediately afterwards to the New Cemetery.


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Occupation was Mason. Lived in Townshend Street, Skibbereen and later moved to 98 Street, Skibbereen
where he died.

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Died from a combination of heart attack & stroke

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Portsmouth Herald announcement of the marriage stated that he worked as a blacksmith for P. McWilliams of Portsmouth. Later went into business for himself in Biddeford, ME, primarily shoeing specialty bred horses.

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Raymond Alexander Kenneally, 77, from Biddeford, Maine, and Avon, Florida, on March 9, 2003. B.A. in business administration, M.Ed. in 1957, and a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. While at the university he was a member of the Glee Club for three years and Varsity Singers for two years. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the Army Air Force from 1943 until 1946. He began his teaching career in Wytopitlock, Maine, became principal of the Emery School in 1955, principal of Biddeford High School in 1959 and later superintendent of schools in Biddeford. In 1973 he became an associate education professor and director of student teaching at St. Francis College, now the University of New England. He then became professor of education and history and served several times as dean of the college. The University of New England Annual Award for Distinguished Academic Service to the university, the Kenneally Cup, was named after him following his being named the first recipient in 1991. Upon his retirement he was named professor emeritus. During retirement he continued his love of teaching and taught History of the American West Through the Eyes of Artists to school groups and Elderhostel programs in Maine and Florida. He kept his ties to the University of Maine and served as the vice president of the Class of 1950. He discovered golf after retirement and served on the boards of the Salmon Falls Country Club and the Crystal Lake Club. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Elinor Geraldine Lamb Kenneally ‘50, two sons including John ‘81, two grandchildren, and two step-grandchildren.

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Also known as Anne or Nan

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Weight at birth: 8 lb. 1 oz.

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Occupation was Mason

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Cause of daeth was Nephritis & Anemia

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Twin to Andrew Park

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John Wall Fahy moved to Mallow in 1914 and bought a farm.
His son, William, inherited it and William's daughter Mary Smyth now runs the farm in 2013.