Part 103m – McAteer Genealogy – New Descendant Chart

04 November 2009

Evening, and this has been a long day,

As promised I have created the fourth Descendant Chart of Andy’s eight ancestral lines; the McAteer Genealogy. Grandmother Anna (also known as Anne) Madelyn (née McAteer) was married to Grandfather Harry Emmet Anthony Brunhammer in Wilmington, Delaware on the 18 December 1917. Grandmother Anne was one of five daughters of great-grandparents John and Isabella Barbara (née Pierce) Brunhammer. Her four siblings were Florida, Ella, and the twins Terressa/Theresa and Edna I. McAteer.

The Descendant Chart is as follows:


Last night as I was working on the McAteer Descendant Chart I discovered a number of possible facts that could open the McAteer genealogy another three generations. These facts are the reporting of house addresses and locations on a number of consecutive Censuses and Wilmington City Directories. A number of the corresponding addresses are as follows:

  1. 1860 US Census – 1st Ward, City of Wilmington – Michael McAteer and family
  2. 1870 US Census – Christiana Hundred – Edward MacKeteer and family
  3. 1870 US Census – Wilmington Subdivision No 28 – Michael McAteer and family
  4. 1880 US Census – DuPont Street, Wilmington – Edward MacAteer and family
  5. 1880 US Census – 1813 Shallcross Avenue, Wilmington – Michael McAteer and family
  6. 1879-80 Wilmington City Directory – 220 Adams – D. McAteer; John McAteer
  7. 1879-80 Wilmington City Directory – Riddle’s banks – Edward McAteer
  8. 1879-80 Wilmington City Directory – Shallcross near Lincoln – Michael McAteer
  9. 1880-81 Wilmington City Directory – 310 Taylor – Charles McAteer
  10. 1880-81 Wilmington City Directory – 220 Adams – Dennis McAteer; John McAteer
  11. 1880-81 Wilmington City Directory – Riddle’s banks - Edward McAteer
  12. 1880-81 Wilmington City Directory – Shallcross near Lincoln – Michael McAteer
  13. 1900 US Census – 1813 Shallcross Avenue, Wilmington City – John McAteer and family
  14. 1900 US Census – 1819 Lovering, Wilmington City – Ellen McAteer and son Neil
  15. 1920 US Census - 1819 Lovering, Wilmington City – Ellen McAteer, daughter Mary Farren and granddaughter Ellen Farren

In my continued McAteer research I have, thanks to Carol, Kitty, and Andy, attempted to connect the generations based on the data that I have thus far come across. At this point in time it looks that the McAteer line could have started with great-great-grandparents Edward and Ellen (née unknown) MacAteer. You’ll notice that I have discovered a couple of ways that the surname has been put down on paper: McAteer; MacAteer; and MacKeteer. And as usual please know that this data may change as we uncover new and more documentation and information.

If you have any information and data that may assist us in this re-creation please feel to contact me, via this Blog or by email.

Enjoy,

Jim

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