Page prepared by Donald Richardson  from data supplied by Margaret (Buchholz) Richardson and Barbara (Buchholz) Cooper.

Edmond  Maloney (c1831 County Clare, Ireland - c1875 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH)  m ? Ireland
Margaret Donahue (2/11/c1833/8 *1 County Clare, Ireland - c1903/8 [died age 70]  OH) [d/o ? & ? (Linahan *1 {d/o ? & ? (Kieffe) Linahan} ) Donahue]

        Bridget  Maloney (? - died age 7 in a fire)

        [ there are family stories of other children who died young]

        Margaret J. Maloney (9/9/1860 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH -  5/23/1939 LA, CA) d.s.p.
                [worked as secretary to Mrs. Mark Hanna (wife of US Senator from Ohio)]

        Daniel Maloney  (c1862 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - *2)

        Mathew Maloney  (c1865 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - *2)

        Maryann "Mary" *3  Maloney (c1867 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - c1914)
        Arthur Peppard

                Arthur Peppard m Charlotte ?; Mae Peppard (adopted - c1918) m Bob Carey; Margaret Peppard m Johnny Kelly

        Micheal "Mike"  *3 Maloney (c 1869 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - *2)

        Edward "Ida?" *3 Maloney (c1870  Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - c1920 Cleveland, OH)
       Katherine "Kate"  *3 Agnes Maloney (7/15/1871 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH - 2/15/1943 Glendale, LA, CA)
       Charles Addison Buchholz (5/28/1871 Cleveland, OH - 9/3/1945 Roscoe [LA Co.], CA) m 9/3/1904 Cleveland,, OH

       Delia "Dede" Maloney (6/23/1874 Berea, Cuyahoga, OH -  9/20/1960 LA,CA)
       John "Jack" McHugh (5/7/1879 England - 5/30/1949 LA, CA) (s/o John & Mary (Quinn) McHugh)

                Daniel J. "Dan" McHugh (?-c1990) ;  Jack McHugh (?-c1996);  Genevieve McHugh (?-c1996) m William Lueke (?-c1997)

*1 Margaret (Buchholz) Richardson states that these ladies had the same birthday as hers.

*2 Three of the four Maloney brothers died working on the railroad.

*3 1880 Cuyahoga County, OH census shows Margaret (as age 42), Daniel, Mathew, Mary, Mike, Ida (should be "Ed"), Kate (as age 7 but she was age 9!), and Delia. Census data has been known to be not completely accurate, as an understatement.

Return to previous generation

Return to top page