James McAneny of Cleveland: his death record

While I was going back through the information on my mother's side of the family, I solved one mystery: what ever happened to Catherine Rodgers' first husband, James McAneny? She remarried shortly after their last child was born, but I was never able to find James' death record. Why? Because I was looking in Cleveland and he died in Chicago.

Here is an image that was once at Familysearch.org:

James McAneny's death record

James McAneny's death record

So Catherine was a month or so pregnant with James' last child, Lillian, who was born in April 1911. Here is an summary of the information on his death record:

James McAneny, age 38, white male, married, born in Ireland, birth date and parents unknown. Length of residence in US, Illinois, and Chicago all unknown.
Died Aug 12, 1910.
Occupation: Boiler maker, Chicago & Northwest Railway, which he worked at from 1905 to 1910.
Usual residence: 4123 Carroll Ave
Died at Monroe Street Hospital of shock and scalds, suffered while cooking a flue on C & NW Ry Co. Engine 1334. Determined by an inquiry by Peter M Hoffman, coroner or coroner's physician.
Burial: August 15, 1910, in Cleveland

Edited to add: A descendant of Lilian McAneny has confirmed that James died in Chicago. He remembers seeing the telegram that his grandmother Catherine received informing her of the news.

My Old Ohio Home
Most of the information here is about my family or my wife’s, or about families with ties to Cleveland, Ohio, or the area near Rostrevor and Kilkeel in County Down, Ireland. There are also some unrelated families included that I came across. Whatever the case, I hope the material is helpful in your own research.
-- Ed Hamilton