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Mullady Clan Memorial Tributes

Dedicated to Mullady Family Members

The purpose of this website and its contents is to pay personal tribute to the memory and lives of family members we shall forever miss.  You are invited to add to this site as you wish.  Share your own personal experiences...your own personal 'moments' of laughter...your own cherished memories.  In order to make these stories accessible to all members of the Mullady Clan, a URL has been provided on the Mullady Clan Website linking the visitor directly to this site. 

In order to better acquaint ourselves with our Mullady Ancestors, I've provided a Time Table  consisting of dates, names and events of the era.  I hope that through studying the Time Table (once completed), we'll all reach a truer appreciation for the individuals who have come before us through the knowledge of their 'current events' that have now become our 'history'.  As you can see, the Time Table is not complete - but I'm working on it and promise a completed version soon!

It is my own belief that through dedicating a specific site for the purpose of Family - Historical Ancestors and those loved ones passed away, we might find inspriration to share our memories in an even more special fashion.

  That's the purpose of the site.  THEY'RE the purpose of the site. 

Thanks for visiting and thanks for your contributions.  Send your own stories to mullady_clan@yahoo.com!

Chris

Mullady History/World History/American History

1688 - 1691: The war between the Irish supporters of King James II and William III ending in the fall of Limerick and, shortly afterwards, the introduction of the Penal Laws.  In 1783, the English Parliament's Act of Renunciation renounces any claim to govern Ireland.

(Persons marked with * are in direct line of our Clan.)

*1780 - 'Father Mullady' is born in County Roscommons, Ireland. (As of now, we don't know his name (nor his wife's name), but this info was included in the document showing the three brothers' leaving of Ireland for the United States.)

1802 - Michael Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  He, with two brothers (James & John) will leave Ireland for the United States of America. He will marry Katherine (?) in 1828 and will live his life in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia.  He is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  During the following year,the North African State of Tripoli declared war on the United States in an attempt to force America to pay tribute to Arab Pirates.  America refuses and responds by building its own Navy. 

1804 - John Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  He, with three brothers (Michael & James) will leave Ireland for the United States of America.  He will marry Bridget (?) in 1828 and will live his life in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  Emperor Gia Long, who came to power in 1802, names his kingdom Vietnam.

1805 - Katherine (Mullady) is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  As of now, we don't have information regarding her maiden name nor her parents' information.  She marries Michael Mullady in 1828, dies in 1805, and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  Muhammad Ali, an Albanian officer sent to Egypt by the Ottomans and sets the groundwork for the modern Egyptian state

1808 - Bridget (Mullady) is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  As of now we don't have information regarding her parents nor her maiden name.  She married John Mullady in 1828, but we have no record of the date nor place of her death or burial.  The United States prohibits the transatlantic slave trade.

1818 - Annie Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland. As of now we don't have record of her parents. She married John Dolan in 1853, died and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  We have no record of the date and place of her death.  Mary Todd Lincoln and Karl Marx are born and Paul Revere dies. Chile declares its independence from Spain.  

*1828 - James Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  He, with two brothers (Michael and John) leave Ireland for the United States of America. He died and is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  Mary Todd Lincoln and Karl Marx are born and Paul Revere dies. Chile declares its independence from Spain. 

1826 - Patrick Richard Hoar Jr is born in County Roscommons, Ireland to Patrick Richard & Maria ( ) Hoar. He left Ireland for the United States, married Margaret Mullady in 1853, died in 1879 and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  The Janissaries are massacred in their barracks in Istanbul, ending their influence on Ottoman politics.

*1830 - Mary Ann Doyle is born in County Roscommons, Ireland to John Doyle.  She will marry James and they will live in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia (WVa). She died and is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia. 

1830 - John Dolan is born in County Roscommons, Ireland.  As of now we have no record of his parents.  He married Annie Mullady in 1853, and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  We have no record of the date or place of his death.  Greece gains independence from the Ottoman Empire. Church of the Latter Day Saints organized. Emily Dickinson is born. Pope Pius VIII died. The Republic of Ecuador is formed. 

1831 - Thomas Joseph Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland to John & Bridget () Mullady.  He will move to the United Stataes from Ireland, marry Mary Conry (Coury) in 1858, settling in  Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He died in 1885 in Weston and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  British physicist Michael Faraday discovers electromagnetic induction.

1832 - Margaret Mullady is born in County Roscommons, Ireland to Michael & Katherine () Mullady.  She will leave Ireland for the United States, marry Patrick Richard Hoar Jr in 1853, and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  As of now we don't have a date or place of death.  A South Carolina convention declares null and void the Tariff of 1828 (Tariff of Abominations).

1833 - Mary Conry (Coury) is born in County Roscommons, Ireland to James & Mary (Doyle) Conry.  She will move from Ireland to the United States of America, marry Thomas Joseph Mullady in 1858, settling in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia.  She died in 1908 and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  The British Parliament emancipates slaves in the British colonies but compensates the slave owners. U.S. president Andrew Jackson signs a tariff with reduced rates and the Force Act, which authorizes the president to enforce the collection of import duties by use of military force if necessary.

1841 - Mary (Mullady) is born in County Roscommons, Ireland. As of now we have no record of her parents, her place of birth or her maiden name.  She married Patrick Mullady in 1878 and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia. We have no record of the date or place of her death.  New Zealand becomes a formal colony of Great Britain. The Vietnamese throne is taken by Thieu-Tri. 

1848 - Thomas Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He will marry Kate Dorsey and have three children. James W. Marshall finds gold at Sutter's Mill - The Gold Rush begins. Karl Marx publishes Communist Manifesto, President John Quincy Adams dies, Wyatt Earp was born. Wisconsin becomes 30th state, and the Cholera epidemic kills 5,000 in New York alone 

1850 - Mary Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. She will marry Mike Hayden and have ten or twelve children.  The Republican Party is founded in the US, Henry Cabot Lodge and Robert Louis Stevenson are born.California becomes 31st state, and Stephen Foster writes 'Camptown Races'.

1850 - Patrick Mullady is born in Lewis County, Virginia to John & Bridget Mullady. He married Mary (?) in 1878, died in 1924 and is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  The Republican Party is founded in the US, Henry Cabot Lodge and Robert Louis Stevenson are born.California becomes 31st state, and Stephen Foster writes 'Camptown Races'.  The U.S. Congress agrees to the Compromise of 1850: California is to be a free state; the residents of New Mexico and Utah are to decide whether or not to have slavery; the slave trade in the District of Columbia is abolished; and a stricter fugitive-slave law is implemented.

1853 - John Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He will eventually live in Ashland, Kentucky. Vincent Van Gogh is born,  Pope Pius X is elected in Rome, Potato Chips are first prepared, and 7790 people died of Yellow Fever in New Orleans.

1855 - Honora Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. She will marry (?) Murphy and have eleven children.  She died and is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  Queen Victoria rules Ireland & England, Franklin Pierce is President of the United States, and the first locomotive runs from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

1859 - Margaret Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. She never married.  The first railway in the British Cape Colony in South Africa is built. Abolitionist John Brown leads a group of white and black abolitionists in a raid on the armory at Harpers Ferry (present-day West Virginia) in an attempt to foment a slave uprising. The raid fails, and Brown is later executed. 

1859 - James Michael Mullady is born in Lewis County, Virginia. We have no record of his parents.  He never married. We have no record of his place or date of death or burial.  The first railway in the British Cape Colony in South Africa is built. Abolitionist John Brown leads a group of white and black abolitionists in a raid on the armory at Harpers Ferry (present-day West Virginia) in an attempt to foment a slave uprising. The raid fails, and Brown is later executed. 

*1860 - James Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He will marry Margeret Dorsey and eventually move his family to Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. He died in 1932 in Kenton, Ohio and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  George Washington Carver is born,  the Pony Express starts, and Abraham Lincoln becomes 16th President.  British and French troops occupy Beijing.  American Civil War Between the States begins. 

1860 - Michael Mullady is born in Lewis County, Virginia. We have no record of his parents. He never married. He died in 1905 and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  George Washington Carver is born,  the Pony Express starts, and Abraham Lincoln becomes 16th President.  British and French troops occupy Beijing.  American Civil War Between the States begins. 

1862 - Patrick Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, Virginia. He perhaps moved to the Chicago area - but this hasn't been varified.  At one time he purchased and resold land in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.   The Battle Hymn of the Republic is published, the bloodiest battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Antietam takes place, and Virginia is divided into two: Virginia and West Virginia.

1862 - John Mullady is born in Lewis County, Virginia. We have no record of his parents. He never married. He died in 1922 and is buried in Clarksburgh, West Virginia.  The Battle Hymn of the Republic is published, the bloodiest battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Antietam takes place, and Virginia is divided into two: Virginia and West Virginia.

*1865 - Margaret Dorsey is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Cullen) Dorsey.  She will marry James Mullady and will eventually bring their family to Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. She died in 1946 in Kenton and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  General Robert E. Lee surrenders his Confederate army to U.S. general Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, effectively ending the Civil War. John Wilkes Booth assassinates Lincoln in Washington; Andrew Johnson becomes the new president. The Thirteenth Amendment is ratified, ending slavery in the United States, and some veterans from the Confederacy form the Klu Klux Klan. 

1865 - Eliza Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia. She will marry (?) Carney.  General Robert E. Lee surrenders his Confederate army to U.S. general Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, effectively ending the Civil War. John Wilkes Booth assassinates Lincoln in Washington; Andrew Johnson becomes the new president. The Thirteenth Amendment is ratified, ending slavery in the United States, and some veterans from the Confederacy form the Klu Klux Klan.

1865 - Thomas Joseph Mullady Jr. is born in Lewis County, West Virginia to Thomas Joseph & Mary (Conry) Mullady. He will marry Gertrude Dorsey in 1908, died in 1921, and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  General Robert E. Lee surrenders his Confederate army to U.S. general Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, effectively ending the Civil War. John Wilkes Booth assassinates Lincoln in Washington; Andrew Johnson becomes the new president. The Thirteenth Amendment is ratified, ending slavery in the United States, and some veterans from the Confederacy form the Klu Klux Klan.

1866 - Edward Mullady is born in Lewis County,  West Virginia. We have no record of his parents. He married Kate Bohan in 1895, died in 1913, and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  We have no record regarding Kate Bohan, her parents nor her dates of birth or death.  Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky publishes Crime and Punishment. Christians on Crete revolt against Muslim rule. The USS General Sherman is attacked and sunk on the Taedong River by the Koreans; all twenty-four American crewmen are killed.

1867 - Ellen Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia. She attended Teacher's College and taught school in Weston. She will marry (?) Price.   The District of Columbia allows African-American men to vote, the first ever ship passes through the Suez Canal, both Wilber Wright and Frank Lloyd Wright are born.   Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico is executed.

1871 - Ann Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia. She attended Teacher's College and taught school in Weston. She never married.  Orville Wright is born, a large fire in Chicago burns 1,200,000 acres in one day, destroys about 17,450 buildings, kills about 250 people, leaving another 90,000 homeless.

1873 - Kate Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia. She attended Teacher's College and taught school. She will marry (?) Powers and had no children.  The New York Stock Market crashes, Coors Brewing Company begins making beer in Colorado and the first running of the Preakness Horse Race is held in Baltimore, Maryland.

1878 - Patrick Mullady marries Mary (?).  British and Indian forces invade Afghanistan

1879 - Mary Mullady is born in Clarksburgh, West Virginia.  We have no record of her parents.  She never married. She died in 1893 and is buried in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia.  The Zulus win a stunning victory over the British at the Battle of Isandlwana in South Africa. The British recover and eventually defeat the Zulus; Zululand is then divided into thirteen separate kingdoms.

1892 - Thomas Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady.  He will marry Lucinda Morrison and adopt one son (John).  He died in 1962 in Kenton and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.

1894 - Lucinda Morrison is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. She will marry Thomas Mullady and adopt one son (John). She died in Kenton and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.

1894 - James 'Pat' Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady.  He will marry Mary Wank of Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio.  He died in 1960 and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.

1894 - Frank Charles Eberly is born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (We have no record of his parents, birthplace, etc but will update.) He married Mary Margaret 'Marie' Mullady and lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania until his death in 1979.

1895 - Edward Mullady marries Kate Bohan.  Cubans begin a revolt against the Spanish that will later draw the United States into the conflict. The Sino-Japanese War, begun in 1894, ends with a Japanese victory and a weakening of the Manchu dynasty, setting the stage for a republican revolution in China.

1896 - Mary Margaret 'Marie' Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady. She married Frank Charles Eberly and lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania until her death in 1962.

1897 - Agnes Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady.  She will marry Frederick Vogelsang and have one daughter (Mary Joan).  She died in 1930 in Los Angeles, California and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.

1898 - Norah 'Nodie' Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady. She married Walter Wright and lived in Cincinnatti, Ohio and raised three daughters. She died in 1975.

1900 - Katherine 'Kate' Mullady is born in Weston, Lewis County, West Virginia to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady.  She married Richard Rogers and had no children. She died in 1977, and is buried in Springfield, Ohio.  Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud publishes The Interpretation of Dreams. Carrie Chapman Catt succeeds Susan B. Anthony as president of National Woman Suffrage Association.

1902 - Genevieve Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady. She never married. She had no children.  She died in her home.  Enrico Caruso makes his first gramophone recording.  Cuba gains independence from Spain. Bureau of the Census is established; it later becomes part of the Department of Commerce.  Beatrix Potter writes her first Peter Rabbit story.

1905 - John Joseph 'Joe' Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady. He never married. He died in 1958 and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  The Russian Revolution of 1905 begins on “Bloody Sunday” when troops fire onto a defenseless group of demonstrators in St. Petersburg. Strikes and riots follow.  Industrial Workers of the World is founded in Chicago with the hopes of uniting all workers and giving more control to unions.

1905 - Mary C Wank is born. She lived in Bellefontaine, Logan County, Ohio.  She married James 'Pat' Mullady.  She died in 1965 and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.1907 - Edward A Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James & Margaret (Dorsey) Mullady.  He will marry Maxine Spathe, have six children and eventually live on the Mullady Homestead purchased by his father. He died in 1983 in Kenton and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  Numerous advancements in train service include 18-hour rides between New York and Chicago and the first train ever equipped with electric lights.  The first movie theater opens in Pittsburgh.

1908 - Thomas James Mullady (jr) marries Gertrude Dorsey.  Bulgaria declares its independence from Turkey. Earthquake and resulting tsunami kill 70,000 to 100,000 in southern Italy and Sicily.  Henry Ford develops the first Model T automobile, which sells for $850.

1909 - Edwin Thomas Mullady is born in Lewis County, West Virginia to Thomas James & Gertrude (Dorsey) Mullady. He never married, died in 1972 and is buried in Lewis County, West Virginia.  North Pole reportedly reached by American explorers Robert E. Peary and Matthew Henson.  Japan begins 36-year occupation of Korea. Japanese prince Hirobumi Ito assassinated by Korean nationalist.  The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is founded by prominent black and white intellectuals and led by W. E. B. Du Bois.  Pittsburgh wins the World Series by defeating Detroit 4 - 3.

1918 -  Frank Charles Eberly marries Mary 'Marie' Mullady at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Marie's hometown of Kenton, Ohio.  Lawrence Sperry, the maverick inventor who created the autopilot, had 23 patents to his name related to aircraft safety when he ran out of luck over the English Channel. Thanks to the actions of the men assigned to protect him, President Harry S. Truman survived a harrowing attempt on his life by two Puerto Rican nationalists. Pittsburgh 9CFRA, HF) are NCAA Football Champs beating Michigan (NCF).

1924 - Patricia Lou Wright is born in Springfield, Ohio to Walter & Nora (Mullady) Wright. Shewill marry Albert John Anderson and have four children. She served in WWII in the Marine Corps. She died in 2001 in Blufton, South Carolina and is buried in Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort, South Carolina.  Death of Lenin - Stalin wins power struggle, rules as Soviet dictator until death in 1953.  New York's Computer Tabulating Recording Company is re-organized and will now be known as Internation Business Machines Corp (IBM). Cost of a first-class stamp was 2 cents.

1926 - Barbara Wright is born to Walter & Nora (Mullady) Wright. She married Ralph John Bertsche in 1948 and had four children.  A
general strike in Britain brings the nation's activities to a standstill. Kentucky Derby winner is a horse named "Bubbling Over".  RCA, General Electric and Westinghouse establish NBC, which operates two national radio networks.  The Book-of-the-Month Club is founded and begins to sell books at reduced prices by mail and on a subscription basis.  Auto antifreeze allows people to use cars year-round.
 

1924 - Patricia Lou Wright is born in Springfield, Ohio to Walter & Nora (Mullady) Wright. Shewill marry Albert John Anderson and have four children. She served in WWII in the Marine Corps. She died in 2001 in Blufton, South Carolina and is buried in Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort, South Carolina.  Death of Lenin - Stalin wins power struggle, rules as Soviet dictator until death in 1953.  New York's Computer Tabulating Recording Company is re-organized and will now be known as Internation Business Machines Corp (IBM). Cost of a first-class stamp was 2 cents.

1926 - Barbara Wright is born to Walter & Nora (Mullady) Wright. She married Ralph John Bertsche in 1948 and had four children.  A
general strike in Britain brings the nation's activities to a standstill. Kentucky Derby winner is a horse named "Bubbling Over".  RCA, General Electric and Westinghouse establish NBC, which operates two national radio networks.  The Book-of-the-Month Club is founded and begins to sell books at reduced prices by mail and on a subscription basis.  Auto antifreeze allows people to use cars year-round.
 

1927 - Patrick Edward Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to Edward & Maxine (Spathe) Mullady.  He will marry Elizabeth (Betty) Neely and have five children.  The Holland Tunnel opens (Nov. 13) to connect Manhattan and Jersey City, N.J., giving cars a route under the Hudson River and an alternative to ferry boats.
Popular vaudevillian
Al Jolson astounds audiences with his nightclub act in The Jazz Singer, the first feature-length talkie.  Philo T. Farnsworth demonstrates the first all-electronic television.  President: Calvin Coolidge
Vice President: Charles G. Dawes

1929 - James Thomas Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to Edward & Maxine (Spathe) Mullady.  In May 1950, he joined the United States Army, serving in Korea receiving the Severice Medal, United Nations Service Medal and Bronze Service Star.  He will marry Doris Lee McCann in St Thomas Chapel, Newman Hall, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio and they had six children.  Jim passed away in November, 1994 and is buried in St Mary's Cemetery, Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  The Lateran Treaty establishes an independent Vatican City. First large-scale Jewish-Arab violence caused by a clash at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.  St. Valentine's Day gangland massacre in Chicago (Feb. 14).  Stock market prices plummet (Nov.-Dec.). U.S. securities lose $26 billion, marking the first financial disaster of the Great Depression.  Notre Dame (9-0-0) is the NCAA Football Champion.

1930 - Donald 'Chub' Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to Edward & Maxine (Spathe). He married Margaret 'Mocky' Davis, and they had no children.  He died in 1994 in Kenton and is buried in Grove Cemetery in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  Nazis gain in German elections.  Unemployment soars, prompting President Hoover to appoint a Commission for Unemployment Relief.  Unemployment is 8.9%.  N.Y. Supreme Court Judge Joseph Crater withdraws all his money from the bank, sells his stock, and disappears. His fate is never learned.  Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act is passed by Congress. The act brings retaliatory tariff acts from foreign countries, U.S. foreign trade suffers a sharp decline, and the depression intensifies. Astronomers discover Pluto, the ninth planet. 

1932 - Doris Lee McCann is born in Dunkirk, Hardin County Ohio to Amon and Mary (Smith) McCann.  She will marry James Thomas Mullady and have six children.  Nazis lead in German elections with 230 Reichstag seats.  Famine is widespread in U.S.S.R.  Charles A. Lindbergh 's baby son kidnapped, killed. (Bruno Richard Hauptmann arrested in 1934, convicted in 1935, executed in 1936.) Unemployment is 24%. 

1932 - Elizabeth 'Betty' Neely is born in Summersville County, West Virginia to Wm R & Margaret (Wearmouth) Neely.  She would later move to Kenton, Ohio and marry Patrick Edward Mullady.  They would have five children: Susan, Christie, Cherryl, Patrick and Laura.  Jazz composer Duke Ellington writes "It Don't Mean a Thing, If It Ain't Got That Swing," a song that presaged the swing era of the 1930s and 1940s.  Manhattan's Radio City Music Hall opens.  Physicists Sir John Douglas Cockcroft and Ernest Walton split the atom for the first time.  James Chadwick discovers the sub-atomic neutron.

1949 - Francis Lee Bertsche is born to Ralph John & Barbara (Wright) Bertsche.  She will marry Wayne Roger Siebert in 1970 and have two children.  Twelve nations sign the North Atlantic Treaty establishing NATO (Apr. 4).  German Federal Republic (West Germany) established (Sept. 21).  Communist People's Republic of China formally proclaimed by Chairman MaoSouth Africa institutionalizes apartheid.  Britain recognizes the independence of the Republic of Ireland. Northern Ireland remains a part of the United Kingdom.  US recognizes the state of Israel.

1950 - Ralph John Bertsche Jr is born to Ralph John & Barbara (Wright) Bertsche.  He passed away in 1994.  He was not married and had no children.  Korean War begins when North Korean Communist forces invade South Korea.  Saturday morning children's programming begins.  Charles Schulz introduces the Peanuts comic strip.  The first self-service elevator is installed by Otis Elevator in Dallas.  Richard Lawler (US) performs the first successful kidney transplant at Loyola University.

1950  - Patricia Kathryn Anderson is born to AJ & 'Sis' (Wright) Anderson.  "PK" will marry Ed Chester and have three sons: Christopher, Jason and Scott.  Broadway classic Guys and Dolls debuts at the 46th Street Theatre and becomes an instant hit. The show ran for three years and became one of the Great White Way's longest-running shows, with 1,200 performances. Phonevision, the first pay-per-view service, becomes available.  New Movies come out: Sunset Boulevard, All About Eve, Born Yesterday, and The Third Man.  The first Xerox machine is produced.

1951 - Daniel Robert Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  He will marry Vivian Goble and they have two children.  Seoul falls first to Communist forces (Jan. 4), then to US-led UN troops (Mar. 14). Despite peace talks in July and October, the
Korean War continues.  Libya gains independence from Italy (Dec. 24).  22nd Amendment to the US Constitution, limiting the number of terms a president may serve, is ratified (Feb. 27). Color television introduced in the U.S. Charles F. Blair, Jr. makes the first solo flight across North Pole (May 29).

1952 - Kathie Ann Bertsche is born to Ralph John & Barbara (Wright) Bertsche.  She will marry Stan Miller. 

1952 - Bernard Dennis Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady.

1953 - Susan Lynn Mullady is born in Camp Polk, Louisiana to Patrick E & 'Betty' (Neely) Mullady.  She will graduate from Ohio State University with a Teaching Degree and teach in Hardin County Schools.  She will marry Donald LeRoy Wilcox and have two children.

1953 - Michael Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. He will graduate from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.  He will marry Paula Speirs and they have two children.

1954 - Sally Joan Bertsche is born to Ralph John & Barbara (Wright) Bertsche.  She will marry Charles Cogen.

1954 - Deborah Jean Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  She will graduate from Northwestern Business College in Lima, Ohio.  She will marry and divorce Gary Lemke and they have two sons.  She will marry Walter Loy.

1955 - Christy Lee Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin  County, Ohio to Patrick E & Betty (Neely).  She will marry and divorce William K Wingfield and have two children.

1957 - Cherryl Ann Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to Patrick E & Betty (Neely) Mullady.  She will graduate from Ohio State University with a Teaching Degree and teach in Hillard City Schools.  She will mary Mitchel Mione and have two daughters.

1957 - Edward James Mullady is born in Franklin County, Ohio to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady and will marry Susan Simpson in Pharisburgh, Union County, Ohio and they have two children.

1958 - Lu Cinda Mullady is born in Franklin County, Ohio to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady.  She will marry James Robert Peed in  St Mary's Church, Richmond, Indiana and they have four children.

1958 - Duane Richard Shirk is born to Harold & Marilyn (Mullady) Shirk in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  He will marry and divorce Edith Landsdow and they have three children.

1958 - David Russell Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  He will marry and divorce Rebecca Hamilton and they have one daughter.

1959 - Thomas Edward Shirk is born to Harold & Marilyn (Mullady) Shirk in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  He will marry Annetta and they have no children.

1960 - Patrick William Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to Patrick E & Betty (Neely) Mullady.  He will marry and divorce Tammy ( ) - they have no children.

1960 - Michael Timothy Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady.  He will marry Ellen Marie McDonald in St Catherine Church, Broadbrook, Harford County, Conneticutt and they have two daughters.

1960 - Pamela Ann Shirk is born to Harold & Marilyn (Mullady) Shirk in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  She will marry Dwight 'Ike' Hamilton and they have two children.

1960 - Donald Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  He will graduate from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.  He will marry Lisa and they have two children.

1962 - Margaret Elizabeth Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady.  She will marry, have three children, and divorce Tim Curran.  She will marry Doug Schmidt, who has two daughters.

1967 - Laura Elizabeth Mullady is born in Kenton, Hardin  County, Ohio to Patrick E & Betty (Neely) Mullady. 

1967 - Brian Douglas Mullady is born in Wayne County, Indiana to James T & Doris (McCann) Mullady.  He will marry Christina Faustino in LaPeer County, Michigan.

1968 - Kathy Sue Jones is born to Russ & Barbara (Mullady) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  She will graduated from Ohio State University and will graduate from Ohio State Patrol School.  She will marry and divorce Mathew Evans and they have two children.

1971 - David Wayne Siebert is born to Wayne & Francis (Bertsche) Siebert.  He will marry Denise Turner in 1998 and have two sons.

1974 - Victoria Sue Jones is born to Daniel & Vivian (Goble) Jones in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  She will marry and divorce Jamie Taylor. They have two sons: Tyler and Lance.  She will marry Steve Begley and they have one son: Eric.

1975 - Amy Lynn Wilcox is born to Don & Susan (Mullady) Wilcox in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. She will graduate from Toledo University, Ohio with a Teaching Degree.  She will marry Brian Manns in 1996 and they have two children: Jackson and Lauren.

1975 - Sean Michael Lemke is born to Gary & Deb (Jones-Loy) Lemke in Deleware County, Ohio.  Sean will graduate from Ohio State University and will marry Amanda.

1977 - Jami Lynn Siebert is born to Wayne & Francis (Bertsche) Siebert.  She will marry Nicholas Edgington in 2003 and have one child.

1977 - Craig Donald Wilcox is born to Donald & Susan (Mullady) Wilcox in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.

1979 - Shannon Marie Mullady is born to Christy Mullady in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio.  She will graduate from Bowling Green State University of Ohio and teach school in Saluda, Saluda County, South Carolina.  She will marry Joshua Black in 2005.

1981 - William Patrick Wingfield is born to William & Christy (Mullady) Wingfield in Marion, Marion County, Ohio.  He will have one child: Mackenzie.

1981 - Deryk James Mullady is born in Marysville, Union County, Ohio to Edward J & Susan (Simpson) Mullady.

1981 - Aron Shirk is born to Duane & Edith (Landsdow) Shirk.  Aron is the father of one son: Connor.

1982 - Staci Lynn Hamilton is born to 'Ike' & Pamela (Shirk) Hamilton in Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio. 

1983 - Michelle Mione is born to Mitch & Cherryl (Mullady) Mione in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. 

1983 - Rylan Paul Hamilton is born to 'Ike' & Pamela (Shirk) Hamilton in Kenton, Hardin  County, Ohio.

1985 - Elizabeth (Liz) Mione is born to Mitch & Cherryl (Mullady) Mione in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.


 


 


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