I am not related to this family - this is part of a transcription project.Copies of death records (1853-1955) are available from the RI State Archives.I had collected some of this data for a DINNENY descendant.
St. Francis (Catholic) Cemetery, Pawtucket, RI: Section unrecorded.
HALTON - four sided monument (front) Thomas Halton, b. May 29, 1846, Co. Cavan, d. May 9, 1901 Mary Quinn Halton, 1840 - 1923 (side) Lizzie A. Dinneny, wife of Richard b. Oct. 14, 1875, d. July 3, 1899 daughter of Thomas and Mary (side) Edward Halton, 1814 - 1875 Ann Halton, wife of Edward b. 1820 Co. Cavan, d. 1868 (side) Lizzie A. Halton, aged 3y John M. Halton, age 6 weeks Michael M. Dowling, 1880 - 1956 his wife Helen L. Halton, 1884 - 1965 children of Thomas and Mary
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Richard Dinneny married Elizabeth "Lizzie" Halton: Record #92-404-28 Marriages Registered in the city of Providence March 7, 1892 Richard Denneny, residing in Prov., 25, white, occupation: Liquor dealer, born in Ireland, parents b. Ireland son of Thomas and Fanny, 1st marriage, John J. McCabe, R.C. Clergyman to Elizabeth Ann Halton, residing in Prov., age 21, b. Providence parents born Ireland, daughter of Thomas and Mary, 1st marriage
death record for Mary (Quinn) Halton died July 6, 1923, aged 79 parents' names as Patrick Quinn and Elizabeth Timmons.
Providence City directory: Halton, Thomas, d. May 9, 1901 Mary, widow of Thomas, h. 16 Barclay Thomas, Jr., machinist, bds. 16 Barclay Edward H., buyer, 244 Westminster, bds. 16 Barclay