Mary Ann Casey1

#481, (circa 1820 - 15 September 1859)
RelationshipGrandmother of Estelle Rose Roche
Father*Andrew Casey2,3 (s 1795 - 1838)
Mother*Ellen Walsh3 (c 1800 - 1835)

Family

William Roche b. c 1810
Children 1.William C F Roche13 (1843 - 1871)
 2.John1 Roche14 (1847 - 1848)
 3.Thomas Roche15 (1849 - 1849)
 4.Mary Ellen Roche+16 (1850 - 1930)
 5.Laurence Stanislas Roche17 (1852 - )
 6. Ambrose Joseph Roche+18 (1854 - 1903)
 7.Thomas Ignatius Roche19 (1856 - c 1859)
 8.Alexander P Roche20 (1859 - 1907)
Her married name was Roche.3 
Birth*circa 1820She was born circa 1820 at IrelandB.4 
November 1826She accompanied Andrew Casey and Ellen Walsh in November 1826 on board the ship Fame from Liverpool to New York, New York, age 5.5 
Marriage*7 August 1838She married William Roche, son of Michael Roche and Mary Whelan, on 7 August 1838 at Old Cathedral, St. Louis, Missouri.3,6
1840She and William Roche appeared on the census of 1840 at St. Louis, Missouri; (possible). 2 m (20-29), 2 f (15-19.)7 
14 October 1850She and William Roche appeared on the census of 14 October 1850 at 3rd Ward, St. Louis, Missouri.8
Death*15 September 1859She died on 15 September 1859 at St. Louis, Missouri.9,10 
Burial*16 September 1859She was buried on 16 September 1859 at Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri.11,9
Note: Mary Ann d. 1859. William was in the city directory of 1863. Of their children, William was a proprietor in 1867; Ambrose was a student at the Christian Brothers Academy in 1870 and employed and res. in St. Louis in 1872; Alexander was a student at St. Louis University in 1874; and Mary Ellen had marr. Timothy McInerney in 1872.12 
ChartsAncestors of Estelle Roche

Citations

  1. [S55] St. Louis Missouri Marriages 1804-1876, SLGS, online www.stlgs.org, Volume 02, page 113.
  2. [S1381] William Whelan Papers, correspondence, Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, letter of William Roche to his uncle William Whelan, dated St. Louis 17 Jul 1838, p. 3. Describing Mary Casey, whom he plans to marry, "from Washington County Mo. ... an orphan ... her father has kept store in Potosi."
  3. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: Early U.S. French Catholic Church Records (Montreal: Institut Généalogique Drouin, after 1940), St-Louis, Mariages 1828-1840, St. Louis Old Cathedral, 7 Aug 1838, img. 53/96. [margin] Wm Roche & M Ann Casey. [entry] "William Roche son of Michael and of Mary Roche, and Mary Ann Casey daughter of Andrew and of Ellen Casey" joined in matrimony "before several witnesses" [not named], by Jos. A. Lutz, priest.. Online Ancestry.com.
  4. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census.
  5. [S712] Passenger list of the Ship Fame, Master S. Lewis, burthen 374 44/75 tons, sailing from Liverpool to New York, arriving 15 Nov 1826, Andrew Casey, 34; Ellen Casey, 30; Ellen Seavey, 30; Mary Casey, 29; Mary Quinn, 20; John Casey, 11; Danl Casey, 4; Mary Casey, 5; Ellen Casey, 3; Lawrence Casey, 1y 6m; Francis, 2m; [p. 2] George Casey, 40; Catharine Casey, 36; Margt. Harrington, 16; John Casey, 9; Daniel Casey, 6; Andrew Casey, 5; Thomas Casey, 6m; Catharine Casey, 1y 6m; in Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York 1820–1897; Film M237 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Service), Roll 9, Arrival 665, imgs. 314-316/1152.
  6. [S271] Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002, Microfilm images, online Ancestry.com, St. Louis, 1838, img. 54/83. William Roche and Mary Ann Casey, marr. 7 Aug 1838. Entry from Jos. A. Lutz, Catholic Priest; filed and recorded 26 Sep 1838.
  7. [S54] 1840 U.S. Federal Census. M (20-29) [Willliam], M (20-29) [John]; F (20-29) [Mary Ann], F (20-29).
  8. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. William (40), merchant, b. Ireland, real est. $3850; Mary (30), b. Ireland; William (7), Mary (5/12), both b. MO.
  9. [S29] St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1902, St. Louis Genalogical Association, compiler, online Ancestry.com, b. Ireland, bur. Calvary Cemetery, Vol. H, page 139, county library RDSL-5, Missouri archive C 10363, SLGS rolls 305.
  10. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, St. Louis, Burials, 1853–1870, Old Cathedral records, p. 434, img. 398/492. Mary A, Roche, wife of Wm. Roche, age 38, interred 16 Sep 1859, Calvary.
  11. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, St. Louis, Burials, 1853–1870, Old Cathedral records, p. 434, img. 398/492. Mary A Roche, wife of Wm. Roche, age 38, interred 16 Sep 1859, Calvary.
  12. [S520] VWH.
  13. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census. age 16.
  14. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, Old cathedral Baptisms.
  15. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, St. Louis, Burials, 1847–1852, Old Cathedral, p. 169, img. 88/287. Thomas Roach, son of William Roach and Mary Casey, age 4 hours, died and interred June 22nd, 1849. (signed) Patrick Ryder.
  16. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census. age 6.
  17. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, Old Cathedral, St. Louis, Baptisms 1851 - 1856, vol. 1852, p. 74; Laurence Stanislas Roche, b. 8 Jul 1852, bp. 14 Jul 1852, son of William Roche and Mariann Casey, s/s Michael Whealan and Brigitte Casey; img 38/228.
  18. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, Old Cathedral, St. Louis, Baptisms 1851 - 1856, vol. 1854, p. 200; "On this 5th day of April 1854, I the undersigned have baptized Ambrose Joseph, born of William Roche and Mary his wife on the 24th day of February last. The sponsors were Daniel Casey and Bridget Knight;" img. 103/228.
  19. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin U.S. 1695-1954, Old Cathedral, St. Louis, Baptisms 1851 - 1856, vol. 1856, p. 361; Thomas Ignatius Roche, b. 29 Jul 1856, bp. 3 Aug 1856, son of William Roche and Mary Ann Casey; s/s Andrew Pence[?] Pearce[?] and Ann C Lynch; img 188/228.
  20. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census.