The Family in Georgia 
 

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  Wedding photo of Michael Egan and Mary Berry circa 1889.  Michael traveled to Vine Creek Kansas to woo Mary, who was the oldest of ten children.  The Egans and Berry families knew each other in County Mayo.  ===>>

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

The Egan home in Savannah, Georgia ===>>

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

 

 

 

<<===  Monsignor Martin Egan at the 1971 celebration of his 50th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood 

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

 

<<===  Martin Egan relaxing on front porch of his Savannah home.

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

  Sisters Marguerite, Mary Teresa and St. Martin stand behind their brothers: Msgr. Martin Egan and Dr. Michael Joseph Egan, in a photo taken in the mid 1960s  ===>>

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

 The three Egan sisters who became Ursuline Sisters in Chatham, Ontario during the celebration of Sister Marguerite's Golden Jubilee. l-to-r Sister Mary Teresa {Catherine} Egan, Sister Mary Marguerite {Mary} Egan, Sister St. Martin {Theresa} Egan. ===>>

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

<<===   Michael and Dona Egan celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with six children:  seated l-to-r: Moira, Michael, Dona,  Donna.  Standing l-to-r:  Michael, Cole, Robi and John Egan 

photo courtesy
Sister Theresa Egan
Ursuline archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

<<===  Msgr Martin J Egan was the son of Mary Berry and Martin Egan.  He was born in Savannah GA, studied in Ireland and Washington DC and was a priest of the Wheeling / Charleston diocese in Fairmont West Virginia ===>>

photo courtesy archives
diocese of Charleston-Wheeling

Sister M. Immaculata Dulohery in what was probably a passport photo.  ===>>

photo   1971
Sisters of Mercy Archives
Belmont, North Carolina 
 

Sister M. Cornile Dulohery poses with Hansell Hillyer and Senator John R. Riley inspecting the sixth floor of St. Joseph Hospital. ===>>

photo from Oct-Nov 1971 Mercy Telstar, St. Joseph Hospital, Savannah GA
photo   1971
Sisters of Mercy Archives
Belmont, North Carolina 
 

<<===  Sister Immaculata Dulohery with Bishop lVincent S. Waters.  Unidentified woman kneeling.

photo pre 1971
Sisters of Mercy Archives
Belmont, North Carolina 
 

<<===  Sisters Immaculata (in launch)  and Cornile (extreme right) boarding a launch in Amsterdam

photo   1971
Sisters of Mercy Archives
Belmont, North Carolina 
 

Sister M Immaculata Dulohery in foreground in "Madurodam the smallest city of the world" Scheveningen - Holland ===>>

photo   1971
Sisters of Mercy Archives
Belmont, North Carolina 
 

Children of Michael and Mary Egan.  Click on photo to see the names. ===>>

photo courtesy of
Thomas A Sweeney III

<<=== Another wedding photo of Michael Egan and Mary Berry.  Wedding took place at Vine Creek, 28 June 1889.

photo courtesy of
Thomas A Sweeney III

<<===  A group photo of the Egan family members.  Click on photo to see those pictured.

photo courtesy of
Thomas A Sweeney III

A studio portrait of Monsignor Martin Egan taken at Photo Crafters, 40 Twelfth Street, Wheeling West Virginia. Msgr's handwritten inscription is: 

To my beloved Sister
Sister Mary Teresa OSU
RtRev Martin J Egan

photo courtesy
Sister Mary Teresa
Ursuline Archives
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

Sister Ruth Marie Curry OSU, Archivist, sent this cover letter with Msgr. Egan's portrait.  It contains interesting commentary about Sister Mary Teresa. ===>>

letter received 11 Jan 2006
from Sister Ruth
Chatham, Ontario, Canada

 
most recent revision:  11 January 2006
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