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Jeremiah1 Breen  was born Ireland January 1835.  Jeremiah died December 10, 1910 Canandaigua, New York, at 75 years of age. 

   ONTARIO  COUNTY  JOURNAL  Fri. Dec. 16, 1910  PAGE  4  COL  4

       OBITUARY   -  BREEN

Death came as a welcome release to Jeremiah Breen, at his home on Main Street South on Saturday. He had been ill for several months. Deceased was born in Ireland 77 years ago, came to America 53 years ago, and settled in Hopewell.

He was a successful horseman and farmer and as a breeder of fine horses acquired more than a local reputation. He married Mary Costello, of this town, in 1862, who with five of their ten children survive. They are Cornelius and Morris Breen, and Miss C. Mollie Breen, of this village. Michael Breen of Rochester, and Mrs. Frank Gillespie of Hopewell. Solemn high mass was celebrated at the funeral services on Tuesday. Burial in Calvary Cemetery.  

                   He married Mary Costello Canandaigua, New York, 1862.  Her death notice in Ontario County Times states 1860 as a marriage date. Mary was born Ireland May 1841.  Mary was the daughter of James Costello and Mary.  Mary died February 17, 1926 Canandaigua, NY, at 84 years of age.

  ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  WED  FEB 24, 1926  Page  5  Col 

Died February 18, 1926, Mrs. Mary Breen aged 85 years, widow of Jeremiah Breen, died at her residence on Bristol Street Thursday PM.  Mrs. Breen was born in Ireland and came to this country when 18 years old, settling in Hopewell, where she resided until 1909.

In 1860 she was married to Mr. Breen who died in 1910, a year after their removal to this city. Mrs. Breen leaves two daughters and three sons, Mrs. Frank Gillespie, Miss Mollie Breen, and Cornelius Breen all of Canandaigua, and Michael Breen of Hopewell, and Maurice of Rochester. Interment at Calvary Cemetery, Canandaigua, NY.

Jeremiah Breen and Mary Costello had the following children:

Ellen2 Breen was born 1864.  Ellen died January 11, 1880 Canandaigua, NY, at 15 years of age. Grave marker says she was 16 y,3 m,21d old.

 ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   Jan 23, 1880  Page  2  Col                        

  DIED        BREEN -   In Hopewell, January 11, 1880, aged 16 yrs 8 mos  21 days, Ellen Breen. Her body was interred 1880 Canandaigua, NY, Calvary Cemetery.  Picture of grave taken. 

Cornelius M.2 Breen  was born Hopewell, New York March 01, 1870.  Cornelius died November 22, 1937 Canandaigua, New York, at 67 years of age.

   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Fri  November 26, 1937  PAGE 8  COL  4

   OBITUARY -  BREEN

Funeral services will be held Friday morning from St. Mary's Church in this city for Cornelius Breen, 67, well known businessman and funeral director, who died at his home on Washington Street, Monday night following a long period of failing health. Interment at Calvary. 

Born in Hopewell March 1, 1870, Mr. Breen had been a resident of this county during his entire lifetime. He served in his earlier years as an attendant at Brigham Hall and Willard State Hospital, and later completed a course in Renouard school of embalming in New York. Following this he entered into partnership with Charles F. Ahrens in this city where he was connected at the time of his death.

He was an active member of St. Mary's Church in this city and of it's auxiliary organizations. He was also active in K of C circles having served for three terms as Grand Knight of Canandaigua Council. He also served as president of the K of C  building association, and was a director of NYS Funeral Directors.

He leaves his wife, three sons, and two daughters, Jeremiah, of Washington, Leo H., Edward M., Mrs. James P. Coyne, and Miss Dorothy Breen, all of Canandaigua, also two sisters and two brothers. His body was interred 1937 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.

           He married twice.  He married Mary Jane Hamilton 1894.  Mary was born Geneva, New York June 28, 1868.  Mary was the daughter of Patrick J. Hamilton and Margaret Hassan .  Mary died August 02, 1903 at 35 years of age.[i] [i]. The date of July 31 was inconsistent with the Shortsville Enterprise which gave her death as August 02, 1903.

                      ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES August 05, 1903, Page 3,   Column 5

    DIED BREEN    In Hopewell, July 31, 1903, Mrs. Cornelius Breen, aged 35 years.

                       SHORTSVILLE  ENTERPRISE Friday August 7, 1903, Page  2 Col 

Mrs. Cornelius Breen died suddenly at her home in the town of Hopewell on Sunday, her death resulting from heart disease. A husband and three children, also her parents Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hamilton, of Littleville, survive.

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Friday August 7, 1903 PAGE 2 COL 3

STANLEY -   Mary Hamilton Breen, wife of Cornelius Breen, of Lewis Station, died suddenly on Sunday, after only a few hours illness from heart trouble, aged 35 years. She leaves a husband and three small children. The interment was at Canandaigua on Tuesday. Mrs. Breen attended St. Theresa's church here and was highly respected by all.

                   SAME  PAPER  PAGE  3  COL  6

 BREEN   -   At Hopewell, August 3, 1903, Mrs. Mary H. Breen, wife of Cornelius Breen, aged 35 years.  

 At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Edward M. Breen Hopewell, New York, December 03, 1902. 

                   ONTARIO  COUNTY  JOURNAL 

Born   -  BREEN    At Hopewell, December 3, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen, a son. In the 1888-1889 Canandaigua City Directory she is listed as a domestic, 23 Howell Street.

                  He married E. Gertrude Fitzgerald Buffalo, New York, February 18, 1908. 

                 ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Friday February 21, 1908  PAGE  3

   MARRIED     BREEN  -  FITZGERALD 

At Buffalo, February 18, 1908, Cornelius Breen of Canandaigua, and Miss Gertrude Fitzgerald of Buffalo.

                         PAGE  2   COL  1   

  BREEN - FITZGERALD

Cornelius Breen of the firm of Ahrens and Breen, and Miss Gertrude Fitzgerald, of Buffalo, were married in St. Joseph's Cathedral at Buffalo, on Tuesday morning, at 11 30. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony.  Mr. and Mrs. Breen are taking a western trip and upon their return will reside in this village.

     At 34 years of age E.Gertrude became the mother of Dorothy A. Breen Canandaigua, New York, April 18, 1918. 

         ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   April 19, 1918

  BORN BREEN  -   At Canandaigua, April 16, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen, Bristol Street,  a daughter.

     At 36 years of age E. Gertrude became the mother of Margaret Breen Canandaigua, New York, May 20, 1920.  E. became the mother of Elinor K. Breen 1920.

         ONTARIO  COUNTY  TIMES   1928

Mrs. Cornelius Breen, Washington Street, entertained at a dinner and a variety shower on Thursday evening for Miss Elizabeth McCarthy, whose marriage to Raymond Rodney of Manchester will take place next month.  Miss Mary Dunton, West Gibson Street, entertained at bridge for Miss McCarthy on Saturday evening.

       ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  July 12, 1929

PERSONALS -    Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. Breen and two children, Washington St., left yesterday by motor to visit Mrs. Breen's brother, Mark Fitzgerald, at Cleveland, Ohio. They were accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald who returned to her home after spending a year with her daughter.

   At 48 years of age Cornelius became the father of Dorothy A. Breen Canandaigua, New York, April 18, 1918.

        ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   April 19, 1918

  BORN BREEN   

At Canandaigua, April 16, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen, Bristol Street,  a daughter. 

Cornelius M. Breen and Mary Jane Hamilton had the following children:

Jeremiah H. Breen was born December 1898.  Jeremiah died July 1965 Washington, D.C., at 66 years of age  He married Lucilla Foster Washington, DC, January 01, 1923.

    ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL January 10, 1923 PAGE  7  COL 5

 MARRIAGE     FOSTER - BREEN

  At Washington, January 1, 1923, Miss Lucilla Foster of Washington and Jeremiah H. Breen of Canandaigua.

 

 Margaret Mae Breen was born 1901.  Margaret died 1901 Canandaigua, New York, at less than one year of age.

               ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Friday September 20, 1901  PAGE  3 COL  6

DIEDBREEN -  At Hopewell, September 5, 1901, Margaret Mae Breen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Breen, aged nine months. Her body was interred 1901 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery. 

Marion Elizabeth Breen   was born Canandaigua, New York January 11, 1909.  Birth notice in the Ontario County Journal, Jan. 15, 1909, stated that her parents lived on Main Street.

                      She married James P. Coyne Canandaigua, New York, January 14, 1929.  Archives records indicate the year was 1929, record number 887. Witnessed by Anna J. Coyne and Cornelius Breen, Rev. Michael C. Wall at St. Mary's Church.

James was born Canandaigua, New York August 24, 1910.  James was the son of John P. Sr. Coyne and Anna J. Ryan .  James died January 21, 1980 Canandaigua, New York, at 69 years of age. 

        CANANDAIGUA DAILY MESSENGER

 JAMES  P.  COYNE -   James P. Mutt Coyne, 69, of 190 Parish Street, died in Thompson Hospital this morning. He was born in Canandaigua where he lived all his life.  He was a member of St. Mary's Church, Knights of Columbus, and Finger Lakes Law Enforcement Association. 

Mr. Coyne is survived by his wife Marion Breen Coyne of Canandaigua, two sons, J. Robert and William G., both of Canandaigua, one brother, John J., Canandaigua, and seven grandchildren.  Burial in Woodlawn.

Gerald C. Breen   was born 1915.  Gerald died June 19, 1937 Mount Morris, New York, at 21 years of age

      ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL June 25, 1937  PAGE 4 COL  3

                    OBITUARY -  BREEN

Funeral services for Gerald C. Breen, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius M. Breen of Washington Street, who died Saturday morning at Mount Morris Sanitarium, were held from St. Mary's Church, Tuesday morning, interment at Calvary.

Mr. Breen was born in Canandaigua and was graduated from St. Mary's Parochial school. He entered St. Andrews Seminary in Rochester, but was obliged to relinquish his studies due to ill health. Member of Holy Name Society, he leaves three brothers and two sisters, Jeremiah H. Breen, Washington, Patrolman L. H. Breen, Edward M. Breen, Mrs. James P. Coyne, and Miss Dorothy A. Breen of this city. His body was interred 1937 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.

  He had graduated St. Mary's Parochial school and entered St. Andrews Seminary in Rochester, New York. Because of poor health he relinquished his studies.

             ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  June 28, 1929      

RESULTS OF FINAL TESTS AND PERCENTAGES AT ST MARY'S

Gerald Breen  Christian Doctrine 100,  Spelling  80, Grammar 86,  Arithmetic 83, Geography  87,  History 91, Reading 90, Writing 85.   Record number 23.  He was listed as a Seminary Foreman. 

Witnessed by Loretta Mahan and William Briggs. He was residing in Rochester, NY and she in Hopewell, NY. Married by Rev. Wm. P. Ryan.

  Dorothy A. Breen  was born Canandaigua, New York April 18, 1918. 

              ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   April 19, 1918

 BORN BREEN    At Canandaigua, April 16, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen, Bristol Street,  a daughter.

  Elinor K. Breen was born 1920.  Elinor died January 21, 1927 Canandaigua, New York, at 6 years of age.   

       ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  January 26, 1927

Eleanor K. Breen -    Funeral services for Eleanor K. Breen, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen of Washington Street, were held from St. Mary's church on Monday morning, with interment in Calvary Cemetery.

The child died on Friday after an illness of about two weeks with pneumonia. Besides her parents, survivors are two sisters and four brothers, Misses Marion E. and Dorothy A Breen, Leo H., Edward M. and Gerald Breen, of this city, and Jeremiah Breen of Washington, DC.

  

Michael2 Breen  was born Hopewell, New York April 28, 1874.  Michael died May 06, 1938 Hopewell, New York, at 64 years of age.

          ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday May 13, 1938  PAGE  8 COL  4

                            OBITUARY   -   BREEN

Funeral services for Michael Breen, 67, who died Friday at his home in Hopewell, were held from St. Mary's Church Monday morning. Interment made at Calvary Cemetery. 

Mr. Breen was a brother of the late Cornelius M. Breen of Canandaigua. Besides his wife Mary Mahan Breen he leaves four sons, John, James, Willard, and Howard Breen of Hopewell, and two sisters, and a brother, Mrs. Frank Gillespie of Rochester, Miss Molly Breen, Victor, and Morris Breen of Industry.

                  THE  VICTOR  HERALD   May  13, 1938

                         OBITUARY BREEN

Funeral services for Michael Breen, 67, who died Friday, at his home in Hopewell, were held from St. Mary's church, Monday morning. Interment was made in Calvary Cemetery.

Mr. Breen was a brother of the late Cornelius M. Breen of Canandaigua. Besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Mahan Breen, he leaves four sons, John, James, Willard, and Howard Breen, of Hopewell, and two sisters and a brother, Mrs. Frank Gillespie, of Rochester, Miss Molly Breen of Victor, and Morris Breen of Industry. His body was interred 1938 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery. 

                 He married Margaret H. Mahan Clifton Springs, New York, September 25, 1911.[ii] [ii]. Certificate and Record of Marriage number 23, and the Affidavit for License to Marry copies are found on PG 1S and PG 1T in the book, A Tree Trunk. Witnesses for the marriage were Loretta Mahan and William Briggs.

                            ONTARIO  COUNTY  TIMES September 29, 1911

 HOPEWELL  CENTER -   At the Catholic Church at Clifton Springs on Monday afternoon took place the marriage of Miss Margaret Mahan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahan, of this place, and Michael Breen, of Rochester. 

The bride was attired in a handsome blue tailored suit, wore a white picture hat and carried a prayer book.  She was attended by her sister, Miss Loretta Mahan, who also wore a blue tailored suit with a large black hat. The groom was attended by William Briggs.

A reception was given to about 30 of the immediate relatives and friends and a four course dinner served by a caterer at the home of the bride. The house was prettily decorated with flowers. An orchestra from Rochester furnished music.

 They were the recipients of many useful and beautiful gifts, including furniture, cut glass, silver and several checks of considerable value.  Mr. and Mrs. Breen left during the evening for an eastern trip, after which they will be at home in Rochester

 

Michael Breen and Margaret H. Mahan had the following children:

   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday  October 27, 1944

James R. Breen Injured in France         

Another Ontario County soldier has been wounded in France, it was learned here when the War Department reported to Mrs. Margaret Breen, Hopewell, that her son, Pvt. James R. Breen, 22, had been hit, October 3. Inducted into the Army on September 30, 1943, Pvt. Breen was sent to England after four months training and had been fighting in France since the early invasion days.  He is a graduate of Canandaigua  Academy.  A brother Cpl. Howard M. Breen, is with the U. S. Marines in the South Pacific.  

Maurice2 Breen  was born Hopewell, New York June 1879. 

                        He married Nettie Elizabeth Connell Canandaigua, New York, May 17, 1909. 

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. May 28, 1909  PAGE  2  COL  4  

At St. Mary's Church at five o'clock on Monday afternoon the marriage of Maurice Breen and Miss Nettie Connell. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James T. Dougherty and the couple were attended by Michael Breen and Mollie Breen, both of this village, Miss Clara Mahoney played the wedding march.

Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Connell, Saltonstall Street, which was attended by about 35 relatives of the bride and groom.  Patrick Hamilton of Littleville, and Mr. and Mrs. George Madden of Clifton Springs were guests at the wedding and reception.  

The bride and groom will reside at 76 Saltonstall Street. Mr. Breen is connected with Murray Brothers. Witnessed by Michael Breen and Mollie C. Breen.

                 ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL   Fri. May 28, 1909

                      MARRIAGE         BREEN - CONNELL

   At Canandaigua, May 25, 1909, Maurice Breen and Miss Nettie Connell, both of Canandaigua.

 

Leo Hamilton3 Breen was born in Romulus, New York April 06, 1897.  Leo died March 23, 1968 Canandaigua, New York, at 70 years of age.

                     ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE  March 24, 1968 PAGE 6 A

LEO  H.  BREENaged 70, 2133 Monroe Ave, Rochester, a native of Ovid, died in Park Avenue Hospital, Rochester, yesterday, March 23, 1968.  He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jack Decker, Rochester, and two sisters, Mrs. James Coyne and Mrs. Roy Chapman, both of Canandaigua, and three grandchildren.

He was a retired employee of the Super Duper Market, Rochester, and was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Rochester.

Friends may call at the John C. Johnson Funeral Home, Canandaigua, today and tomorrow. Requiem Mass at St. Mary's Church, Canandaigua, and burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Canandaigua. His body was interred 1968 Canandaigua, New York, Calvary Cemetery.

                He married Helen Cotter Hill Canandaigua, New York, June 01, 1921.

                        ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. June 3, 1921  PAGE  8  COL  2

                 MARRIAGE      BREENHILL

The marriage of Leo Hamilton Breen, son of Cornelius J. Breen, Washington Street, and Miss Helen Cotter Hill, took place on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Mary's Church. Rev. Michael B. Groden performed the ceremony.

The bride wore a gown of grey Georgette with a large black hat, and carried a shower bouquet of roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Marguerite Hill. Groom was attended by brother, Jeremiah Breen. Bride's father was Alfred C. Hill, Center Street.

                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES Wednesday April 18, 1928 Front Page 

Canandaigua Police Force Pictured are eight members of the force which includes both Charles Henderson and Leo Breen. During the next few weeks the newspaper had separate articles for the men including their picture accompanying the articles.

                               June 1928 Ontario County Times Newspaper Article

   Canandaigua City's Police Force  No. 7  Leo H. Breen

Patrolman Leo H. Breen, youthful seeker of adventure, modest and his colorful averse to much conversation about his colorful experiences, had an excellent background to fit him for his present position. In years and in term of service on the Canandaigua Police Force he is one of the younger members, but his military and naval training together with his service in the United States and Southern countries give him an equipment and an understanding out of the ordinary for a man of his years.

Leo H. Breen, son of Cornelius Breen of the undertaking firm of Ahrens and Breen, was born on April 6, 1897, in Canandaigua. He has therefore just passed his thirty-first birthday. Mr. Breen was appointed to the Canandaigua Police Force in December 1927. When but 17 years of age he enlisted in Co. B., Geneva, State Militia, and saw service on the Mexican border with his company in 1916. On the return home of that command he was mustered out of the militia and returned to Canandaigua.

In the spring of 1917 Mr. Breen sought enlistment in the Marines at Rochester with his younger brother, J. H. Breen. The brothers were sent to Charleston, S. C., where they were accepted for service on March 19, 1917, and served there until they were sent with a detachment of Marines for Duty in Cuba, remaining there six months.

In July 1918, Leo H. Breen was sent with a detachment of Marines to Haiti in connection with the depredations in that country of the bandit revolutionist leader, Charlemagne. Although there were no engagements between large forces there were lots of action and excitement. The central forces of the revolutionists could not be drawn into decisive battle but small parties were constantly operating. They would snipe from ambush and mutilation from machetes and bolos was a daily menace to the Marines.

Charlemagne was originally shot at his own camp fire by Lieut. Hannigan. The officer had planned the strategy for six months which enabled him and three of the local gendarmes, disguised as natives to enter Charlemagne's camp. When Charlemagne made a threatening movement, Hannigan shot him twice through the heart. A finger would have covered the two bullet holes, said Mr. Breen, who talks freely of the other people's nerve. The camp was immediately in an uproar. One of the gendarmes who had secreted a repeating rifle in his trouser leg, opened fire, and the bandits thinking the party was in force, quickly scattered. The war was over. Breen, with his company, returned to the Marine base at Norfolk, Virginia, where he was on duty until the term of his enlistment expired in 1921.

He reenlisted for another four year term within 24 hours. During a furlough spent in Canandaigua, Mr. Breen married Miss Helen Hill, also of this city, and the bride and groom returned to Norfolk. His company was shortly ordered to San Domingo to quell insurrection and the remainder of his enlistment was spent in duty there and at Norfolk.

Mrs. Breen accompanied him. Mr. Breen was promoted to quartermaster sergeant in 1919, which rank he retained throughout his service.  When he returned to Canandaigua in 1925, Mr. Breen took the civil service examination for patrolman, and was appointed to the force in December 1927. 

Officer Leo H. Breen is known as an obedient and tactful officer, and his superiors and fellow peace keepers hold him in high esteem. Mr. and Mrs. Breen and Leo H. Breen live at 215 Park Street.

Edward M.3 Breen was born Hopewell, New York December 03, 1902. Edward died January 27, 1964 at 61 years of age. 

                     ONTARIO  COUNTY  JOURNAL

 Born   BREEN At Hopewell, December 3, 1902, to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Breen, a son. 

                               ROCHESTER  DEMOCRAT  and CHRONICLE  Tues. January 28, 1964     PAGE  5 D

  EDWARD  M.  BREEN

 Edward M. Breen, of 54 Boardman St., on January 27, 1964. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Fogarty Breen, two daughters, Miss Charlotte A. Breen and Mrs. Kenneth Barbara Belkirch, one son, C. Edward Breen, two sisters, Mrs. James Marion Coyne, and Mrs. Roy Dorothy Chapman, of Canandaigua, two brothers, Jeremiah H. Breen of Washington, and Leo H. Breen of Rochester, three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call at N. J. Miller's and Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave. Requiem Mass will be said Thursday morning at Blessed Sacrament Church.

             He married Dorothy Sarah Fogarty Canandaigua, New York, September 30, 1926.[i]  Rev. William H. Darcy, Catholic priest performed the ceremony in the presence of Leo H. Breen and Agnes Henderson. Edward was then living in Washington, DC, and was a barber. His mother's name appears as Mollie Hamilton but really was Mary Jane. Dorothy was a clerk. Record number at the Archives in Hopewell is 106. [i]. Copies of the Affidavit for License to Marry and Marriage License are found on PG 2N and PG 2O in the book, A Tree Trunk. Canandaigua City clerk office record number 932 states, he is listed as a Barber on the license. Witnesses were shown as Leo H. Breen of Canandaigua, and Agnes J. Henderson, Canandaigua.

                   ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES  October 6, 1926  Page  3  Col  4

Miss Sarah Dorothy Fogarty, daughter of James Fogarty, and Edward M. Breen of Washington, D. C., son of Cornelius Breen of this city, were married at St. Mary's church on Thursday morning, Rev. William H. Darcy performing the nuptial mass. Mrs. Charles Henderson, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The new Breen's will reside in Washington. 

                Dorothy was born Canandaigua, New York May 09, 1905.   Dorothy is the daughter of James Simon Fogarty and Sarah J. Phipps . 

                     ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL  Fri. May 26, 1905

     FOGARTY    -   At Canandaigua, May 9, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. James S. Fogarty, Beeman Street, a daughter. 

At 22 years of age, Dorothy became the mother of Charlotte A. Breen March 10, 1928.  At 35 years of age Dorothy became the mother of C. Edward Breen Canandaigua, New York, September 05, 1940.

                  ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940

     BIRTH  -  At F. F. Thompson Hospital, September 5, 1940, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Breen, Bristol Street.

At 25 years of age Edward became the father of Charlotte A. Breen March 10, 1928.  At 37 years of age Edward became the father of C. Edward Breen Canandaigua, New York, September 05, 1940. 

                    ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940

      BIRTH  -   At F. F. Thompson Hospital, September 5, 1940, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Breen, Bristol Street. In the 1923 City Directory he is listed as a barber for H. G. VanDeusen and lives at 42 Bristol Street. 

                C. Edward Breen was born Canandaigua, New York September 05, 1940.

                    ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL September 6, 1940

   BIRTH  At F. F. Thompson Hospital, September 5, 1940, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Breen, Bristol Street.

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