Woodlawn Terrace in Collingswood, New Jersey when the census was
taken in January of 1920. Thomas Shanahan then worked as a
printer. The family moved back to Camden shortly after the
census, and at some point in 1920 Thomas Shanahan was appointed to the Camden Fire
Department and was assigned to Engine Company 6, at Front and
Linden Streets. His stepfather, Charles Musser, had worked for the
department as a houseman for a few months is 1918.
passed away on October 4, 1922. The family at that time resided at
804 Linden Street. John and Richard Shanahan were
still living at that address as late as 1946.
J. "Tim" Shanahan appears in the 1929 City Directory at 534 North 9th
Street. By April of 1930 he had moved from that address. Fire
Department records from 1931 show him living at 333 Point Street.
Shanahan was still a member of the Camden Fire Department in the
spring of 1942. According to Selective Service records he and wife
Anna had moved to Mount Ephraim, New Jersey. He used his brothers John and Richards address at 804
fulfill residency requirement. Thomas J. "Tim" Shanahan is not listed in
the 1947 Camden City Directory.
J. "Tim" Shanahan would have had to retired
from the Fire Department around 1950. The October 1956 New Jersey
Bell Telephone Directory shows him at 343 Beideman Avenue, in the
Westfield Acres public housing project. Thomas J. "Tim" Shanahan is listed in the
1959 Telephone Directory at 2756 Federal Street.
J. "Tim" Shanahan passed away
in May of 1963.