Patrick Finn, 1828, and Ann Delaney Finn, 1829
            Patrick Finn and Ann Delaney were both born in Ireland. So far nothing has been found about Patrick or Ann Delaney's parents in Ireland.
            In June, 1863 they baptized their daughter Sarah in Ossory, Rathdowney, Ireland, according to an Irish Catholic Parish Register.
            Sarah was likely their first child. The following is from the Nov. 21, 1952 Lima News obituary for Anna Finn: "Miss Anna Finn,
            92, one of the earliest parishioners of St. Rose Catholic church died at 7:40 pm Thursday in the home of a great-niece, Mrs. Thomas
            Gorman, 341 W. McKibben-st. She had been in ill health for three years and seriously ill for three weeks. Born in Rathdowney, County
            Leix, Ireland, she was the daughter of Patrick and Ann (Delaney) Finn. She came to America at the age of 3 and had lived in Lima since.
            Her brother John, and sister, Sarah, who preceded her in death, operated the Finn grocery store, formerly located at the southwest corner
            of Main and McKibben-sts...". Being 92 in 1952 sets her birth at around 1860. Anna was baptized in the Catholic church in County Laois,
            Ireland, June 11, 1860. The June 1, 1880 U. S. Census, Lima, Ohio, shows 17 year old Anna Finn living and working as a servant in the
            home of John W. Harrington at 108 Market Street. The June 15, 1880 Census, Lima, Ohio, shows the household at 283 McKibben St. held
            Anna Finn, 59, John Finn, 22, machinist, Patrick Finn, 20, paper mill worker, and Sarrah, 14. On August 4, 1917, the Lima News ran an
            obituary regarding the death of 52 year old Patrick Finn, partner of his brother John at the grocery store at the corner of Main and McKibben.
            The article lists siblings as Sarah and Anna, and another brother Jeremiah. Sarah Finn died in 1945. Her address was listed at 341 West
            McKibben. Anna was the only surviving sibling.