Addison Desrochers Obituary – Everyone at Addison’s school took an effort to commemorate her today by decorating her locker with pictures, green hearts, and words of support. All of this was done to show her how much we appreciate everything she has done for us. Nearly everyone was wearing some shade of green today, which is one of her favorite colors. Everyone looked up to her and admired her much.
It appears like the entire class, and even the entire school, had an awful day today. Always in my thoughts, I am sending them my love and support in the form of virtual hugs and best wishes. What a great way to honor the past and ponder its significance! During his lifetime, he lived at a number of different addresses, including one on Barrack Street in Belmullet and another in Craigadoes, St. Johnston, Lifford, County Don.
County Don is home to each of these cities. Throughout his lifetime, he lived on Barrack Street in Belmullet in addition to having homes in Craigadoes, St. Johnston, and Lifford, County Don. Each of these locations is entirely inside County Don. He spent time in Craigadoes, St. Johnston, and Lifford, County Don, in addition to the family home on Barrack Street in Belmullet. In addition, he owned property in Lifford, County Don.
Both of these municipalities are completely enclosed inside County Don. He lived on Barrack Street in Belmullet, where he spent his entire life. This street is significant since it is where he was born and raised. His parents, Dan and Julia, and his three sisters, Betty, Mary, and Sheila, had already left the area before he left, and his wife, Eileen (surname Shevlin), had already left before he left.
Shevlin was his mother’s maiden name. Also, his mom gave him the name Shevlin. Sisters Anna Quinn (Lifford), Sadie McLean (Convoy), and Kay McGlinchy, as well as brothers Daniel Wilson (Corclough West, Belmullet), Neil Wilson (Shraigh West, Bunnahowen, Belmullet), and Brian Wilson (Glengad, Pullathomas), will mourn and remember him. Sons Daniel Wilson (Corclough West)