Ah, so much now makes sense.
Mary Conlon was Moody's niece.Hello everyone,
According to this page (Titanic's Officers - RMS Titanic - Sixth Officer Moody) James Moody's father Henry remarried to woman called Annie the same year his wife, and mother of James and his siblings, died, in 1898. I guess that the source of this information must be some kind of marriages registry office even though there is no specific source mentioned.
Henry Moody and Annie had 4 sons together:
- Antony Moody (b. 1899 in Scarborough),
- John Paul Moody (b. 1903),
- Henry Hugh Moody (b. 1905 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire),
- Roger Moody (b. 1907 in Leeds, Yorkshire).
[Btw, they are wrote down as "step brothers" but I think it's a mistake, because step-siblings don't share any parent].
I just want to know it's that information correct. I haven't found anything about them on this forum. If it's confirmed. Did James mentioned them in some of his letter (I know Inger Shell isn't really active anymore here, but maybe someone else)? The age diffrence between James and his youngest brother should be 20 years, that's much (I mean now, maybe in 1910s it was normal). What do you think?
PS. Via who is Mary Conlon (nee Moody) related to James Moody? (more on Titanic's Officers - RMS Titanic - Sixth Officer Moody) (there's also great-nice called Philippa Webster).
Heva a nice day and many thanks,
I don't know whether his sister had any children of her own. But of course Mary Conlon probably is a child of either Christopher or John (his older brothers) as "neé" hints that her birth name was "Moody". She changed her surname when she married, I'd assume.Hi all,
I have one question- how was Mary colon James Moody's niece? when Moody only had one sister, Maggie -which she had no children. His brother's children would had bored the Moody last name and Mary doesn't bare the Moody last name.