Rev. David Mulholland1

#26243, (circa 1790 - )
Birth*circa 1790He was born circa 1790 at IrelandG.1 
31 December 1835He was mentioned in the letter of William Roche to Michael Skeehan on 31 December 1835.2 
7 September 1850He appeared on the census of 7 September 1850 at Lower Ward, Manayunk Borough, Philadelphia Co., PennsylvaniaG; (nei. Michael Skeehan, fam. 403.)1 
16 July 1860He appeared on the census of 16 July 1860 at 21st Ward, Leverington P.O., Philadelphia Co., PennsylvaniaG.3 


  1. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Davis (60), b. Ireland, R.C. clergyman.
  2. [S1381] William Whelan Papers, correspondence, Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Letter from William Roche of St. Louis to Michael Skeehan of Manayunk PA, 31 Dec 1835, describing William's journey from Philadelphia to St. Louis. The letter mentions Mr. Cody, Mr. Cassidy, "White from Manayunk" and Clinton Cadwalleder, met along the journey. William is thinking of starting his own business; if he does, he will ask Michael Brady to come out. William asks Michael to show the letter to William's uncle (William Whelan). The letter mentions carpentry in St. Louis, an interest of Jarvis Wright and Mr. [Edmund] Ryan. Sends regards to Michael Burns and Rev. Mr. Mulholland, who is to be told that William has seen Mr. Rudd and family. William sends thanks to "Mrs. Skeehan and little sis, Mr. Dugan and all the family girls, particularly Michael Burns’s wife, Bradley, Leonard Hawkins, Denis Mealy, Walsh, Barr. Millens and all
    the rest." Finally, William sends his "respects to all friends in Philadelphia" and mentions that "Miss Boyle has wrote to Miss Whelan."
  3. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census. David (69), b. Ireland, Roman Catholic clergy, real estate value $8000.