Mary Ann Harvey
- Born: 17 Apr 1877, Glenariff, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK
- Died: After 1910, Manhattan, N. Y.
See general notes on her father, Edmund Harvey, for Irish records transcribed by the Ulster Historical Foundation.
See general notes on her brother, Edmund Joseph Harvey, for 1910 Federal Census, New York Census facts ... Edward Harvey is on the emigration ship's manifest where he lists his nearest relative as Edmund Harvey of Glenaraff (Glenariff), Antrim, Ireland. The manifest indicates that "Edward" is coming to join his sister, Mary Harvey, who paid his passage and is living at 220 West 129th Street in New York. He is listed as 5' 7", fair complexion, fair hair, and blue eyes. It is of interest that Mary Harvey (28) can be found in the 1910 Federal Census, New York, New York, 12-Ward Manhattan, District 545, page 230A as a servant in the household of William and Lucy Ray at 220 West 129th Street. Also in the household as a servant is Alice Harvey (30) ... as well as an immigration record that names Mary Harvey and Edmund Harvey as brother and sister.
The 1910 Federal Census for Manhattan, Ward 12, New York County, New York, District 545, page 229B, dated April 21, 1910 records Mary Harvey (28 - Ireland) as a servant in the home of William Ray (60 - RI) and his wife Lucy N. Ray (55 - NY) at 220 W 129th Street. Also in the household are sister-in-law Annia Nevers (53 - NY) and brother-in-law Edward F. Nevers (50 - NY), both single, and another sevant, Alice Harvey (30 - Ireland). Alice and Mary are sisters. No immigration date is recorded.
See general notes on her sister, Alice, for 1905 immigration records.