Michael McAneny of Cleveland: naturalization

Having found James McAneny's death record, I was inspired to keep going on the family. Here is his brother Michael's naturalization card. As far as I can tell, this was some kind of summary of information made after the fact, along with the immigrant's current address.

Michael McAneny Naturalization Card-front

Michael McAneny Naturalization Card-front

Michael McAneny Naturalization Card-back

Michael McAneny Naturalization Card-back

Transcription:

[front]
Michael McAneny, Ward 21, precinct D
present address: 1260 East 80th St
Office No. 32876
Native of Ireland, naturalized July 10th, 1901
in U.S. Southern District. Court, New York, New York County, NY
age when naturalized: 29. age when recorded: 42.

[back]
moved to
1230 E 84th, on 20 October 1917, Ward 21, precinct F
1342 E. 94th, on 23 October 1919, Ward 21, precinct M

So Michael was naturalized in New York City about 1901. I wonder if the family settled there when they arrived. I found James in a Cleveland City Directory in 1898 along with someone that might have been their father. And I didn't find any other immigration records for the McAnenys in Cuyahoga County. Of course that doesn't mean they're not there.


Credits

Image of naturalization index card from Ohio County Naturalizations at Familysearch.org

About
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 efforts.
-- Ed Hamilton