Descendants ofLawrence Noonan
Generation No. 1
1. LAWRENCE ANTHONY1 NOONAN died July 03, 1972 in Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania. He married MARGARET ANN LENAHAN, daughter of JOHN LENAHAN and SARAH GOLDEN. She was born March 10, 1895 in Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania, and died December 08, 1971 in Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania.
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More About MARGARET ANN LENAHAN:
Burial: December 11, 1971, St Charles Borromeo parish cemetery
Children of LAWRENCE NOONAN and MARGARET LENAHAN are:
i. CATHERINE2 NOONAN, b. 1920; m. GEORGE WALL.
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Residence: December 1971, Riverdale, New York
ii. REV. JOHN LAWRENCE NOONAN, b. February 18, 1923, Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania; d. January 26, 1988, St. Joseph Hospital, Baltimore, MD.
Notes for REV. JOHN LAWRENCE NOONAN:
Information taken from a newspaper clipping found in Uncle Bernie's scrapbook:
New Priest To Read His First Mass
Father Noonan To Officiate At St. Charles Sugar Notch, On Sunday
Rev. John Lawrence Noonan, S.S.J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Noonan, 747 Main Street, Sugar Notch, was ordained to the priesthood June 7 at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C. Most Rev. Patrick O'Boyle, archbishop of Washington, D.C., was the ordaining prelate.
Father Noonan was born and raised in Sugar Notch and graduated from St. Charles Grammar School, Sugar Notch, and St. Leo's High School, Ashley. He continued his studies at Epiphany Apostloic College, Newburg, N.Y. After a year of (copy unreadable), he was professed as a Josephite, He completed his philosophical and theological studies at St. Joseph Seminary, Washington, D.C.
Father Noonan will celebrate his first solemn mass in St. Charles Borromeo Church, Sugar Notch, on Sunday at 11 o'clock. He will be assisted by Rev. Joseph Hammond, pastor of St. Charles Church, and archpriest Rev. John P. Lenahan, West Hazleton, deacon; Rev. Phalom M. Lenahan, S.S.J., Baltimore, MD., sub-deacon. Father John P. Lenahan and Father Phalom Lenahan are uncles of Father Noonan.
Rev. Thomas V. Cantwell, S.S.J., Richmond, VA., former professor of philosophy at St. Joseph's Seminary, will preach. Father Paul Maguire, S.S.J., of Connecticut, will be master of ceremonies.
Father Noonan, after spending a short vacation with his parents, will be assigned to the Colored Missions of the South.
More About REV. JOHN LAWRENCE NOONAN:
Baptism: February 23, 1923, by Fr. Walter A Gorman
Confirmation: November 24, 1932, by Bishop Thomas O'Reilly
Education: St. Joseph Seminary, Washington, D.C.
Occupation: Ordained priest in the Society of Saint Joseph
Ordination: June 07, 1949, Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C.