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1. Title:   1900 US Census
Page:   Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2037903074
2. Title:   1910 US Census
Page:   Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2037906252
3. Title:   1920 US Census
Page:   Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2037902948
4. Title:   1930 US Census
Page:   Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2039240165
5. Title:   1940 US Census
Page:   Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Source:   S-1337580054
6. Title:   Cardinal Cushing of Boston
Page:   x
Source:   S-2053158832
Author:   John Henry Cutler
Publication:   Hawthorn Books, Inc., New York, 1970
7. Title:   Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915
Page:   x
Source:   S-2053711806
8. Title:   World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Page:   South Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2037902711
9. Title:
Page:   Chapel of St. Colette School for Exceptional Children, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Source:   S-2042497852

a. Note:   Cardinal Richard James Cushing (1895 - 1970) Education: Boston College, Boston; St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Massachusetts. Priesthood: Ordained, May 26, 1921, Boston. Pastoral work in archdiocese of Boston, 1921-1939. Assistant director of Society for Propagation of Faith, 1922-1929; director, 1929-1944. Domestic prelate, May 14, 1939. Episcopate: Elected titular bishop of Mela and appointed auxiliary of Boston, June 10, 1939. Consecrated, June 29, 1939, Boston, by Cardinal William Henry O'Connell, archbishop of Boston. Apostolic administrator, sede vacante, of Boston, April-September, 1944. Promoted to metropolitan see of Boston, September 25, 1944. Assistant at Pontifical Throne, June 11, 1954. Founder of Missionary Society of St. James. Cardinalate: Created cardinal priest, December 15, 1958; received red hat and title of S. Susanna, December 18, 1958. Papal legate to National Eucharistic Congress, Lima, Per? June 27, 1960; to National Eucharistic Congress, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, July 4, 1961. Attended II Vatican Council, 1962-1965. Participated in the conclave of 1963. Papal legate to consecration of cathedral of Galloway, Ireland, March 10, 1965. Resigned pastoral government of archdiocese, September 8, 1970. Catholic Hierarchy: Richard James Cushing The following data concerns Margaret Dahill's sister Mary Dahill the mother of Richard Cardinal Cushing. According to the Death Certificate issue to Mary Cushing her parents were John Dahill,and Margaret Hayes, both of whom were born in Ireland. Mary Dahill died September 27, 1940 at the age of 82 in South Boston, Massachusetts. She was the mother of Richard Cardinal Cushing, who was born in South Boston on August 24, 1895. Cardinal Cushing's father was Patrick Cushing, born in Ireland, a Blacksmith in South Boston, who died April 25, 1924 at the age of 63. The death Certificate Issued for Richard Cardinal Cushing indicated a date of death of November 2, 1970, in Boston at the age of 75. Philanthropist, Cardinal. Archbishop of Boston. He presided over John F. Kennedy's wedding and funeral. He also presided over the funerals of Robert Kennedy and President Kennedy's infant children, Patrick and Arabella. Alternate Burial: Portiuncula Chapel, Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts
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 <a href=" at cardinal's home, glanworth, cork, ireland.jpg">Shrine at Cardinal's home, Glanworth, Cork, Ireland</a>Sources: 1. Bibliography. Dever, Joseph. Cushing of Boston: a candid portrait. Boston: Bruce Humphries, 1965. Devine, M.C. The world's cardinal. Boston: St. Paul Editions, 1964. Fenton, John H. Salt of the earth: an informal profile of Richard Cardinal Cushing. New York: Coward-McCann, 1965. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.