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Lena McVea
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« on: June 27, 2012, 06:46:07 AM »

HUGH CLINT IS THE SON OF WILLIAM CLINT & JANE WARNOCK OF PORTAVOGIE. HE WAS LIVING WITH HIS AUNT AND UNCLE JAMES & RACHAEL NEE WARNOCK CURRAN.
RECORDS SUPPLIED BY MARY WITH THANKS.

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Certificate of Death 2172
State of Illinois, Cook County, City Board of Health
Name: Hugh Clint
Sex: Male, Color: White
Age: 31 years, -- months, --days
Occupation: Labourer,
Date of Death: March 10 th
Single
Nationality and place where born: Ireland
How long resident of this State: 3 years
Place of Death: 4101 Hart Ave., 29 Ward
Cause of Death: Pneumonia
Duration of Disease: two weeks, Complications: Ty phoid  fever(?)
Place of Burial: Oakwood
Name of Undertaker: Russell
Dated at Mch 12, 1891
Wm(?) S. Bidwell MD
Residence: 485  Clohiland(?) Blvd

 "He died in Chicago at 4101 Hart where the Currans lived & the burial was by the Loyal Orange Lodge"

James and Rachel Curran are buried in Oakwoods Cemetery in Chicago with  Hugh Clint.

HIS NEPHEW WILLIAM THOMPSON CLINT EMIGRATED TO CHICAGO IN c1891 AND MARRIED HIS 2ND COUSIN MARY CURRAN DAUGHTER OF JAMES & RACHEL.
  
gender: Female
baptism/christening place: 958, GREY ABBEY, DOWN, IRE
birth date: 12 Apr 1865
birthplace: Grey Abbey, Down, Ire
father's name: James Curran
mother's name: Rachel Warnock
indexing project (batch) number: C70127-3
system origin: Ireland-VR
source film number: 101105
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HUGH'S BROTHERS WILLIAM & JAMES CLINT

1861 England Census: Ship: Marmison
James Clint, Unmarried, 17, O.5, b. Ulster, Belfast

I ALSO NOTE THAT WHEN JAMES FIRST EMIGRATED HE WAS A SMITH. HE MIGHT HAVE LEFT THE SEA & BEEN LIVING IN ENGLAND WHEN HE EMIGRATED.
 
Arrival: 24 Mar 1873 New York
James Clint, 30, M, Occupation: Smith, Country to which they actually belong: U.S.A. [Note: wrong Country of origin, according to the U.S. Census] BORN 1843 M C 1864 EMIG. 1873
Cecily Clint, 25, F, Wife, Country to which they actually belong: England [Note: wrong Country of origin, according to the U.S. Census]

1880 CENSUS
Albany, Albany, New York

James Clint, 35, Head, Married, Keeps Grocery Store, b. Ireland, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland BORN 1848

Caecilia[?] Clint, 33, Wife, Married, b. Ireland, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

John Clint*, 6, Son, At School, b. NY, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

James Clint, 4, Son, At School, b. NY, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

Maria A. Clint, 1, Daughter, b. NY, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

William Clint*, 28, Brother, Carpenter, b. Ireland, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

1892 New York State Census:
Albany, Albany 03, E.D. 02
James Clint, M, 49, Ireland, Grocer, Citizen
Celia Clint, F, 45, Ireland, Citizen
John Clint, M, 18, U.S., Citizen
James Clint, Jr., M, 16, U.S., Citizen
Patrick Clint, M, 11, U.S., Citizen
Joseph Clint, M, 8, U.S., Citizen
Hugh Clint, M, 6, U.S., Citizen
 
Clint, James, died Aug. 16, 1897 AGE 54
Clint, Celia, widow of James, died March 3, 1900 AGE 53

WILLIAM* CLINT
1880 Albany, Albany, New York

James Clint, W, M, 35, Head, Mar., b, Ireland, both parents born Ireland, Keeps Grocery Store

Caecilia Clint, W, F, 33, Wife, Mar., b. Ireland, both parents born Ireland

John Clint, W, M, 6, Son, b. New York, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

James Clint, W, M, 4, Son, b. New York, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

Maria A. Clint, W, F, 1, Daughter, b. New York, father b. Ireland, mother b. Ireland

William Clint*, W, M, 28, Brother, Single, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, Carpenter.

1881 England Census

Lancashire, City of Manchester, Hulme, District 66

115 32 Bangor St.

William Clint, Head, Married, age 27, Carpenter, b. Ireland BORN C 1854

Anne Clint, Wife, Married, age 35, b. Ayrshire, Macchesfield

John W. Clint, Son, age 2, b. Lancashire, Manschester

Mary A. Broadbent, Boarder, Unmarried, 30, Cotton Weaver, b. Lancashire, Salford(?)
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Note: In the 1891 Census, Mary A. Broadbent is still living in Hulme, but with Margaret Rogerson and her daughter Margaret Rogerson. No William Clint.
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ACCORDING TO THE PASSPORT INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY HIS SON JOHN W, WILLIAM SEN. WAS LIVING IN USA FROM 1883 TO 1889 HE MUST HAVE BEEN GOING HOME TO SEE HIS WIFE & CHILD JOHN W. UNTIL THEY EMIGRATED IN 1889

William Clint

Age 30 [abt 1854]

Male, Laborer

Citizen of England

Arrival Date: 28 Apr 1884

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland

Port of Arrival: New York, U.S.A

Destination: Canada

Ship: ‘Celtic’.
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William Clint

Age 32  [abt 1853]

Male, Laborer

Citizen of England, sailed from Liverpool.

Arrival Date: 20 Apr 1885

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland

Port of Arrival: New York, U.S.A

Destination: U.S.A.

Ship: ‘Celtic’.
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Age 37 [abt 1852]

Male, Carpenter

Citizen of England, sailed from Liverpool.

Arrival Date: 16 Feb 1889

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland

Port of Arrival: New York, U.S.A.

Ship: ‘Britannic

Here is William Clint’s wife and son
Anne Clint
Age 42
Male[?], Wife
J W Clint
Age 10 [abt 1879]
Male, Child
Arrival date: 27 Jul 1889
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
Port of Destination: New York, U.S.A.
Ship: ‘Adriatic’

William Clint

Age 41 [abt 1854]

Male, Carpenter

English

Last Residence: Warrington

Native Country: USA

Destination: New York

Arrival: 1 May 1895

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England

Port of Arrival: New York, United States

Ship: Teutonic

SEE BELOW
1897
Whether Ever Before in the United States, if so when and when:1897 Chicago

ANN CLINT HAS DIED CIRCA 1900 & WILLIAM HAS COME BACK IN 1898 TO ENGLAND ACCORDING TO HIS SON'S PASSPORT APPLICATION

Note: In the 1891 Census, Mary A. Broadbent is still living in Hulme, but with Margaret Rogerson and her daughter Margaret Rogerson. No William Clint.

1901 England Census

Lancashire, Stretford, District 20

43 25 Duke St.
Mary A. Broadbent, Head, Single, 50, b. Lanes, Salford

William Clint, Boarder, Widower, 46, Joiner Carpenter, Worker, b. Ireland

James Quale, Boarder, Single, 40, Bricksetter, Worker, b. Ireland

THIS IS WILLIAM GOING BACK TO USA IN 1901

Age 47 years 3 months [abt 1854]

Male, Single, Joiner

American

Last Residence: Old Trafford

Seaport for Landing in the United States: Waldoboro, ME

Final Destination in United States: Chicago, Illinois

Paid for Self

Has $30

Whether Ever Before in the United States, if so when and when:1897 Chicago,

Ills

Arrival 6 Jun 1901

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England

Port of Arrival: New York, United States

Ship: ‘Cymric’

SON OF WILLIAM & ANN CLINT

John W. Clint

Age 23

Male, Single, Clerk

Can Read and Write

Nationality: American

Last Residence: Manchester

Date of Arrival: Oct 1901

Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts

Port of Departure: Liverpool, England

Seaport for Landing: Boston

Final Destination: Chicago, Illinois

U. S. Citizen

Going to Chicago, 34  24th St.

Condition of Health, Mental and Physical: Good


Births July, August and September 1878

John William Clint, b. Chorlton, Lancashire, england

Vol. 8 c, P. 895

This is the same William Clint:
Chicago Voter Registration:

1/34/7

7445 St. Lawrence Ave., Clint, Wm, b. Ireland, 2 yrs, 8 yrs, 8 yrs, No, Yes, Mch - 26 - 1891, Superior Court of Cook Co., Yes, Oct - 18 - 1892

U.S. Pasport Application Issued in Cape Town, South Africa
John William Clint, b. 4 Aug 1878 Manchester, Eng.
Applied 7 Jul 1904 Chicago, Illinois
Sailed from Liverpool 1883
Resided in Chicago from 1883-1898
Became a Naturalized Cirtizen in Cook County Superior Court Chicago on 26
Mar 1891
Occupation: Traveller

U.S. Passport Application

Person Claiming Citizenship Through Naturalization of Husband or Parent.

Issued July 7th, 1904

No. 439

   I, John William Clint, a naturalized and loyal citizen of the United States, hereby apply to the Legation of the United States at Cape Town for a passport for myself.

I solemnly swear that I was born at Manchester, England on or about the 4th day of August, 1878, that my Father emigrated to the United States, sailing on board the [blank], from Liverpool, on or about the [blank] day of [blank], 1883; that he resided 15 years uninteruptedly, in the United States, from 1883 to1898 at Chicago; that he was a naturalized citizen of the United States before the Superior Court of Cook County at Chicago on the 26th day of March 1891 as shown by the accompanying Certificate of Naturalization; that I am the Son of the person described in said Certificate; that I am the bearer of Passport [blank]...;that I have resided in the United States, uninteruptedly, for 11 years, from 1889 to 1900 at Chicago; that I am domiciled in the United States, my permanent residence being at Chicago in the State of Illinois where I follow the occupation of Traveller; that I last left the United States on the 23rd day of December, 1902, on board the Lucania arriving in Cape Town on the 25th day of Feb. 1903; that I have resided in Cape Town since the 25th day of Feb 1903, that I am now temporarily resideing at Cape Town ; and that I intend to return to the United States within Two years with a purpose of residing and performing the duties of citizenship therein.

I desire the passport for the purpose of Identification and Protection.

[Oath]

[signed] John William Clint

Legation of the United States at Cape Town

Sworn to before me, this 7th day of July 1904

WR Brigham, Consul General

Description of Applicant.

Age: 25 years

Stature: 5 feet, 11 inches, Eng.

Forehead: High

Eyes: Brown

Nose: Regular

Mouth: Medium

Chin: Pointed

Hair: Dark

Complexion: Florid

Face: Long

I hereby certify that I know the above-named John William Clint personally; and I know him to be the Son of the person referred to in the within-described Certificate of Naturalization, and that the facts stated in his affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
G. Carnall(?)
Cape Town

JOHN WM. CLINT HAS ENDED UP IN SOUTH AFRICA.
MARY'S FAMILY HAS A STORY ABOUT TWO CLINT "UNCLES" WHO WENT TO A PLACE WHERE THEY PICKED DIAMONDS FROM THE BEACH AND WERE NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN.  WHERE ELSE BUT THE SKELETON COAST, SOUTH AFRICA.
COULD THIS JOHN WILLIAM & HIS DAD BE THEM? WE CAN'T FIND ANY MORE INFORMATION AFTER 1901

Pennsylvania U.S. Naturalization Originals
Probate Court Mahoning County, Ohio
29 Oct 1892
Wm J. Clint
Native: Ireland
First arrived U.S. May 1886

Petitions for Naturalization: Western Pennsylvania
William Joseph Clint
Nativity: Ireland
Declaration: Sept 14, 1896
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1870 U.S. Census

Chicago Ward 10, Cook Co., Illinois

William Clint, 35, M, W, Works in Gas Works, b. N.York, father and mother of foreign birth BORN 1835

Jane Clint, 12, F, W, at School, b. Illinois, mother of foreign birth

James Clint, 9, M, W, at School, b. Illinois, mother of foreign birth

William Clint, 7, M, W, at School, b. Illinois, mother of foreign birth

John Clint, 2, M, W, at Home, b. Illinois, mother of foreign birth

Mary Judge, 46, F, W, Housekeeper, b. Mass [?], father and mother of foreign birth

WE ARE NOT SURE WHERE THIS WILLIAM CLINT ABOVE FITS
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