Rose O'Hara Dunleavy died 26 May 1919 in Philadelphia due to gangrene of the foot apparently caused by arteriosclerosis. She is buried with Anthony in Holy Cross Cemetery near Philadelphia, PA (Yeadon). Their grave was unmarked when I visited it in the 1980s. Anthony apparently came to the USA first, followed by Rose and most of their children. She arrived in New York (from Liverpool) on board the SS England on 2 April 1883. Their son Andrew, my great grandfather, and his family arrived in New York on board the SS Spain on 28 July 1884. On 28 July 1984, I organized a 100th anniversary reunion of Andrew's descendants to celebrate the occasion. Anthony and Rose lived in Philadelphia, PA, as did most of their children. My greatgrandfather was the only one of their children who lived in Scranton to the best of my knowledge. Many of the Philadelphia Dunleavy's were police officers or bricklayers (I'm told many of them worked for Grace Kelly's father). Anthony and Rose separated and I believe she lived with her daughters Julia and Sarah for many years. Anthony and Rose's children were John (1857-?), Andrew (1858/9-1926), Anthony (1860-?), Mary/Maryet (1862-?), James (1864-?), Rose (1866-?), Peter (1867-?), John Joseph (1869-1927), Julia (1871-?), Sarah (1873-?), and a second Anthony (1876-?). Andrew and his wife, Sarah Jane Heppleston, were married on 24 December 1881 in England (Burnley). They were the parents of John (1883-1884), Anthony Jerome (1884-unknown), Marqurete (1885-1886), John Joseph (my grandfather) (1887-1958), Vincent Francis (1889-1953), Lauretta (1891-1891), Gerald Jerome (1892-19--), Rose Irene (1897-1897), Jerome (1899-1899), Jane (1900-1900), Andrew Jerome (1902-1967), Paul (1904-1904), Mary Lizzie (1905-1905), Genevieve (1909-1983), and one unnamed child. Andrew Dunleavy died in Providence, PA, on 21 January 1926 of acute cardiac dilation. He and Sarah Jane are buried in Cathedral Cemetery in Scranton as are my grandparents, John Joseph Dunleavy and Margaret Mildred (Harrington) Dunleavy. Hope this helps!