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Sally Knox Hogart/Howard - baptism
Sally Knox Hogart/Howard - baptism
 
 
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Sheila and Maureen Smithwick Christmas Card
Sheila and Maureen Smithwick Christmas Card
 
 
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The Life of Henry Arthur DeWitt Sr. and Annie L. Smithwick DeWitt 1824-1945
The Life of Henry Arthur DeWitt Sr. and Annie L. Smithwick DeWitt 1824-1945
By Donald Robert Smithwick DeWitt, Fullerton, California, 1977  
 
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Thomas Francis O'Callaghan - Death Notice
Thomas Francis O'Callaghan - Death Notice
http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/01%2001%20ocallaghan.pdf 
 
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William Francis Smithwick - obituary
William Francis Smithwick - obituary
Smithwick Rites Held In Bristol

By Special Correspondent
Bristol, Nov. 17 - Funeral services for Charity Comsr. William F. Smithwick were held this morning from the home to St. Joseph's Church at 10 o'clock. A solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. William P. Laflin, pastor of the church.

Rev. John F. O'Donnell, assistant pastor, was deacon and Rev. Francis T. Monohan as sub-deacon. A quarter composed of Mrs. Josephine Dutton, Mrs. Mary Olson, Gaston Beliveau and William Moeller sang. Burial was in St. Thomas Cemetery.

Attending the services were Acting Mayor Charles M. Riggs, Town and City Clerk Rolfe E. Rowe; Tax Collector Francis B. Riley, Assessor Edwin M. Decker, Police Chief Edmund S. Crowley, Fire Chief George C. Graham, School Supt. Kari A. Reiche, Health Officer Dr. B. B. Robbins and members of the police and fire departments, the Finance Board, the Park Department, the Bristol Real Estate Board, the Bristol Rotary Club, the Bristol Club, a delegation of the state and national officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, a delegation of officers of the State Welfare Department, welfare officials from other cities and clerks and employees of the various Bristol city offices. 
 
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William Francis Smithwick - obituary
William Francis Smithwick - obituary
W.F. Smithwick, Uncle of District Attorney Frank Hogan, Dies in Connecticut at the Age of 63

William F. Smithwick, one of the outstanding citizens of Bristol, Conn., and for many years Charity Commissioner in that city, died in the Bristol Hospital after a long illness.

He was appointed a Charity Commissioner in 1917, and held that appointment up to the time of his death. In that position he was noted for his sympathy with the poor and afflicted and was a great favorite with the downtrodden whom he was ever willing and ready to help.

He was one of the legislators of the state representing BRISTOL and as such served as chairman of the Humane Relations Committee. It was his deep interest on this committee, that led Mayor Dutton to appoint him Charity Commissioner.

At one time he was one of the principal merchants in the town, and in addition was engaged in the Real Estate and Insurance business. He was also Treasurer of the Volunteer Fire Department.

Bill Smithwick, as he was affectionately referred to by those who knew him intimately, was born in the town or parish of Oola, County Limerick, Ireland on January 2, 1882. He was the son of John Smithwick. His mother Katherine Bradshaw Smithwick, was from the same place, and both with a large family of whom Bill was the youngest came to the United States, and settled in State of Connecticut. He attended school in Creystone in that town about forty-seven years ago his family moved to Bristol.

Although leaving Ireland at a very early age, Bill was a great Irishman and intensely interested in everything that had for its object the welfare of the old land. He was at one time National Director of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and served as County and State President of the Order in his own State. For more than forty years he was an outstanding figure at national conventions, and was well known to those who were active in the Order. The late Pat. Keane of Montreal was his close friend. So were John McNamara of Ansonia, and William Looney of New Haven, Conn., and Michael B. McGreal, Treasurer of the Friends of Irish Freedom, and many others throughout the country.

He was an outstanding Catholic and was an exemplary living man.

In recent years, he rarely missed coming to New York on March 17th to witness the St. Patrick's Day Parades, and was a very close personal friend of the Chairman of that Committee.

His funeral on Saturday, November 17th, from St. Thomas' Church was attended by the largest gathering that has ever assembled there on a like occasion. Besides his widow, Josephine M. FitzSimmons Smithwick and his daughter, Beatrice C. Smithwick, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Michael Hogan of Waterbury, Mrs. Robert Welton of Bristol, and Mrs. William G. Johnston of Thomaston. Four brothers also survive, John of New Britain, Robert of Cheshire, Henry of Waterbury and Joseph of Bristol. Bill always referred to his nephew Hon. Frank Hogan District Attorney of New York and took a great pride in the latter's record. 
 
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William Hogart/Howard - baptism
William Hogart/Howard - baptism
 
 
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William Hogart/Howard - Nancy Wallace - marriage
William Hogart/Howard - Nancy Wallace - marriage
 
 
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William Michael Smithwick - birth and baptism certificate
William Michael Smithwick - birth and baptism certificate
Diocese of Cashel Parish of Pallasgreen
On examination of the Register of Baptisms of above Parish I certify that according to it William Michael Smithwick was born on 21st day of Jan 1881, and was baptised according to the Rites of the Catholic Church on 22nd day of Jan 1881 in the Church of Pallasgreen Co. Limerick by the Rev. PP.
Parents John Smithwick Catherine Bradshaw
Sponsors Patrick Dwyer Ellen Hynes
Confirmed _____
Married _____
Signed Philip Hickey PP
Given this 13th day of Nov 1987 at the Parochial House - Pallasgreen - Co. Limerick 
 
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William Smithwick - Death Notice
William Smithwick - Death Notice
http://www.limerickcity.ie/media/04%2028%2030.pdf 
 

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