Daughter of ? and ?.
Last Name: 1881 Census shows last name as Laserly.
Born: 1831 in Ireland.
Died: September 30, 1890 in Littleton, Maine.
Buried: St Marys RC Cemetery, Houlton, Aroostook County, Maine.
1861 - Wicklow, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada.
1881 - Canterbury, York, New Brunswick, Canada.
Married: William Laverty August 17, 1848 in Houlton, Aroostook County, Maine.

"I, the undersigned, Pastor of Benidicta, Houlton, married William Lafferty, laborer to Anne Kelly, spinster, both of Houlton after the intentions of marriage being duly entered and published. The witnesses James Gallagher and Thomas Connor, Patrick Tierney , Cath. Gallagher" signed: "William Moran" (Marriage Record)

1861 Census
Name: Hannah Laverty
Census Place: Wicklow, Carleton, New Brunswick
Age: 30
Estimated Birth Year: 1831
Race: Irish
Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
Gender: Female
Religion: Roman Catholic
Sheet Number: 20
Line Number: 756
Film Number: 517270
LAC Film Number: C-999-1000
Digital Folder Number: 4108533
Image Number: 00604

1881 Census
Name: Hanna Laserly
Gender: Female
Age: 50y
Calculated Birth Year: 1831
Birthplace: Ireland
Marital Status: Widowed
Ethnic Origin: Irish
Religion: Catholic
Head of Household: Laserly Hanna
Born During Last Year:
Census Place: Canterbury, York, New Brunswick, Canada
District Number: 30
Sub District: K
Division: 2
Page Number: 53
House Number: 916281
Family Number: 211
Digital Folder Number: 4463124
Image Number: 00027
Film Number: 1375818
Library and Archives Canada Film Number: C-13182
Household Gender Age
Hanna Laserly F 50y
Edward Laserly M 17y
Henry Laserly M 15y
Hannah Laserly F 19y
Louisa Laserly F 22y
John Laserly M 28y
Wm Laserly M 26y
Wm Day M 27y
Elizabeth Day F 30y
Ethel Day F 5y
Emma L Day F 3y
Wm A Day M 11m

Her final (intestate) property which consisted of, $200 cash, no real estate or goods & chattels, was administered by her son-in-law, Charles Haggerty. Her living children then were: Lizzie Day of Benton NB, Canada; William Laverty of Blue Lake CA; Louisa A Haggerty of Littleton ME; Hannah Abbott of Benton NB Canada; Edward Laverty of benton NB Canada & Henry Laverty of Blue Lake CA. No mention is made of the distribution of the $200; it probably went to the lawyers and the mortician.

(Source: Costello)

Gravestone Marker:
wife of
William Laverty
September 30, 1890
AE 58 yrs
"Gone But Not Forgotten"