|William and Jennie Roach Murphy
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|William H. Murphy. He was born 1866 in Ireland. His Parents were John J. Murphy and Ellen Lally
Married Jennie Roach .
Died on 06 Jun 1904 in Syracuse
Buried in St Agnes Cemetery Section 8 Grave 1020.
Jennie Roach She was born Oct 1875 in New York. She died on 11 Oct 1904 Her mother was Sarah A. Roach
William and Jennie Roach Murphy 3 Children
|Wilson Murphy. He was born 1897. He was also known as William Murphy.
Elva V Murphy She was born May 1894. Died in the St. Vincent Asylum on April
John E. Murphy. He was born on 01 Mar 1890. Residence 1910 in USS Idaho,
Us Navy, Military and Naval Forces. He died on 16 Oct 1918 in St Elizabeth
Cheif Boatswain's Mate John E. Murphy. U.S. N. stationed at the Utica naval recuting station, and
formerly of this city, died Tuesday at St.Elizabeths hospital, Utica of pneumonia which developed
from influeza. He had been ill one week. Mr Murphy leaves his widow and a daughter in
Philadelphia. Pa; two brothers, Kenneth of this city and Wilson Murphy of Rochester, and his
grandmother, Mrs John Murphy of No. 161 Hudson St, this city.
Mr Murphy was a son of the late William and Jennie Roach Murphy. The funeral and burial will
be at Philadelphia.
Kenneth Murphy. born on 14 Aug 1899 in Syracuse. He died 9 Mar 1978 in
Kenneth E. Murphy, 78, of 311 Melrose Drive, North Syracuse, died yesterday in St.
Joseph's Hospital. He was retired from Continental Can Co. in Syracuse. He also was
a self-employed painter. Mr. Murphy was a former North Syracuse fireman and
organized the first fife and drum corps in North Syracuse. He managed the Continental
Can Co. softball team and was a player on The Post-Standard baseball team. He was
a member of North Syracuse Baptist Church. Mr. Murphy is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Vera Reed Murphy; a son, Kevin E. Murphy of Evansville, Ind., and two grandchildren.
Graveside services will be in the spring in Constantia Cemetery. There are no calling
hours. Contributions may be made to NAVAC. Arrangements are by the Sears-
Middleton Funeral Home of North Syracuse
Graveside services for Kenneth E. Murphy, 78, of 311 Melrose Drive, North Syracuse,
who died Wednesday at St.
Joseph's Hospital, will be in the spring in Constantia Cemetery. There will be no
calling hours. He organized the first fife and drum corps in North Syracuse. A self-
employed painter, he had retired as an employee of the former Continental Can Co. He
had managed the Continental Can Co. softball team and was a player on The Post-
Standard baseball team. He was a member of North Syracuse Baptist Church and a
former member of North Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving are his wife,
the former Vera Reed; a son, Kevin E. of Evansville, Ind., and two grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Sears-Middleton Funeral Home.
He married Vera Reed, daughter of Martin J. Reed and Elizabeth. She was born on 22 Feb
1903. She died on 14 Feb 1988 in Constantia.
Obituary: Post-Standard, The (Syracuse, NY) - February 16, 1988
Services for Vera R. Murphy, 84, of 311 Melrose Drive, North Syracuse, who died
Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Sears-Middleton Funeral
Home, North Syracuse. Spring burial will be in Constantia Rural Cemetery. Calling
hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, 209 N. Main St.
Eastern Star services will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
A native of Amboy, Oswego County, Mrs. Murphy lived in North Syracuse since 1923.
She was a former teacher and later was employed with the U.S. Department of
Defense at General Electric Co.
Mrs. Murphy was a member of Centerville Chapter 185, OES. She was a Gold Star
Mother. Surviving are a son, Kevin E. of Nashua, N.H.; a brother, Stanley Reed of
Florida; and two granddaughters. Contributions may be made to North Area Volunteer
Memorial services for Donald M. Murphy. MM3, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth
Murphy of North Syracuse, will be held Thursday. July 2. at 3 P.M. at Consiantia
Rural Cemetery. The services will be conducted by Dr. E. B. Topping.
Lt. Paul Fay of Garrison 201 of Syracuse, and the Rev. Calvin Thompson. In
case of rain services will be held in the Methodist Church. Murphy was killed in
action on Okinawa May 12.
Vernon D Murphy, B: 1933 in 311 Melrose Drive North Syracuse, D: 05 Jul 1938.
Runs Into Car Three Others Injured
Three men and a five year-old boy have died in Syracuse hospitals in the last 24 hours of
injuries received in automobile accidents.
VERNON MURPHY, 5 of 311 Melrose Drive. North Syracuse, Injured Tuesday night.
The Murphy boy died in St. Joseph's Hospital at. 10 :15 A, M. Wednesday. He was injured
early Tuesday night when he ran against a car at the Merz Avenue entrance of Schiller Park
while chasing a ball.
Death was due to a fractured skull. Patrolmen Frank Corbet, and Jake Mack reported that
the boy's father Kenneth Murphy, a member of the Continental Can company’s softball
team, was playing in a game on the park diamond. They said the boy was chasing a ball
and ran between parked cars and into the left front fender of a machine operated by Joseph
F. Caron of 239 Mier Avenue. Caron, in his report to police, said he was driving east in the
entrance way to the part. He said he slowed down in order to permit another car coming in
the opposite direction, to pass when the boy ran from behind the car which passed him and
into the side of his auto.
Boy Motor Victim's Burial Will Be in Constantia Friday
The body of Vernon Murphy, 5, of 311 Melrose Drive, North Syracuse. Who was fatally
injured in a Auto accident at the Merz Avenue entrance to Schiller Park Tuesday night, will
be buried at Constantia Friday afternoon following private funeral services at the family
Vernon died in St. Joseph Hospital Wednesday of a skull fracture morgue attendants
reported. He ran into the path of a moving automobile operated by Joseph F Caron 239
Mier Avenue Tuesday night while chasing a base ball from the Schilling Park ball field
where his father Kenneth Murphy was playing softball.
Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Murphy; a brother Donald Martin Murphy,
and his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Martin reed of Constantia. His parents have been
residents of North Syracuse since 1923.
Kevin E Murphy.
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|Jennie Roach Murphy
Obituary:October 04, 1904 - 28 years old
home of her cousin, Mrs. James E. Russell, of No. 111 Walnut Avenue,
She would have been 29 years old next Sunday. Mr. Murphy died on June
27th. Mrs Murphy leaves her mother Mrs Sarah A. Roach and three sons
John, William and Kenneth; also one brother Jeremiah Roach of Sandusky
Ohio. The funeral will be held on Thursday at 9AM from the home of Mrs.
Russell and a half hour later from Vincent de Panis Church the Rev. William
F. Dougherty will officiate.
|William H. Murphy
Obituary: June 7, 1904 - 38 years old
Josephs Hospital of pneumonia. He Is survived by a widow, Mrs. Jennie
Roach Murphy; three children, John, Wilson and Kenneth Murphy: his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy a brother, Mathew Murphy, and- four
sisters, Mrs. August Smith and Lizzie Nellie and Margaret Murphy. The
funeral will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning from his parents'
residence No. 1212 South State street, and a half hour later at the
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Burial will be at St. Agnes
|When we visited St. Agnes Cemetery
we could not locate the headstone for
William H Murphy. It is suppose to be
located in Section 8 Grave 1080.
Jennie Murphy is located in the same
area but the cemetery staff could not
find the records for Jennie
|I don't know what happened to William "Wilson" Murphy.
The last Obituary that mentions him is John's in 1918
Wilson was living in Rochester.
|This was in the Syracuse paper
|Have not been able
to locate any
John's widow and