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Saint Augustine Cemetery
Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut

359 Washington Ave
Bridgeport CT 06604

Lat: 41°10'26"N, Lon: 73°10'20"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 19.

Contributor's Index:

Birch, Mary Mulligan, b. 1862, d. Jan 10, 1945 NY, dau of Peter and Margaret Reilley Mulligan, w/o David Birch, [GH]
Mulligan, Annie O'Rourke, b. c.1850 Ireland, d. Jun 17, 1899, w/o Wm. H. Mulligan Brpt., [GH]
Mulligan, Francis (Frank), b. Jun 19, 1890, d. Jul 17, 1901, s/o Wm. & Annie E. O'Rourke Mulligan, [GH]
Mulligan, Margaret nee Reilly, b. c.1821 Ireland, d. after 1880, w/o Peter Mulligan, [GH]
Mulligan, Peter, b. c.1820 Ireland, d. Feb 8, 1872 Brpt, h/o Margaret Reilly Mulligan, m. Nov 10, 1851 Brpt, [GH]
O'Rourke, Barney, d. 1885, [GH]
O'Rourke, Catherine, d. Jun 27, 1886, w/o James, [GH]
O'Rourke, Hugh, d. Dec 31, 1868, age 56, [GH]
O'Rourke, James H., d. 1884, [GH]
O'Rourke, James, d. Apr 1886, GH]
Reilly, Ann, d. Jan 7, 1869, age 63, [GH]
Reilly, Anna, d. Jul 23, 1894, age 38, w/o Frances, [GH]
Reilly, Charles, d. Feb 28, 1885, age 30, [GH]
Reilly, Frances, b. Aug 76, 1851 d. Nov 4, 1911 (twin), [GH]
Reilly, Infant, no dates, son of Christopher & Mary Ann Reilly, [GH]
Reilly, James M., d. Jan 22, 1874, age 25, [GH]
Reilly, James, d. Sep 3, 1847, [GH]
Reilly, John, d. Sep 20, 1863, age 63, [GH]
Reilly, Joseph, b. Aug 7, 1851, d. Mar 23, 1888 (twin), [GH]
Reilly, Mary Ann, d. Jun 19, 1867, age 26, w/o Christopher Reilly , [GH]
Reilly, Patrick, d. Oct 27, 1862, age 76, [GH]
Reilly, Phillip William, d. Apr 23, 1890, age 40, [GH]

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