Her obituary appeared in the Lexington Herald on 19 March 1922:
"MRS. MARY MEGLONE
NICHOLASVILLE, Ky, March 18.-- Mrs. Mary Meglone, 84 years old, died at her home on Catnip Hill pike last night at 11 o'clock. She was born in Ireland and came to the United States when she was six weeks old with her parents. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Mattie Meglone and Mrs. J.M. Traynor of this county; three sons, John, James, and Charles Meglone also of this county, and one brother, Judge J.M. Traynor of Nicholasville [there is some confusion about the Traynor relations- are they her side of the family or her in-laws?]. The funeral will take place at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Nicholasville Monday morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Father N. Judermann. The body will be taken to Lexington for burial in the family lot in the Catholic cemetery. The pallbearers will be: Charles Cook, John Traynor, John Colbert, Thomas Meglone, William Traynor and James Douglas." (Google Map of Catnip Hill Road near Nicholasville and Lexington)
(Google Map image of Calvary Cemetery, the Catholic Cemetery in Lexington)
An obituary for a James J. Meglone also appears a short time later- on 23 June 1922. This is most likely the son James mentioned in her obituary.
More research needs to be done at the Catholic Church in Nicholasville as well as the cemetery in Lexington to see if more records can be found on this family of Meglones.
General Index to Deeds, Jessamine County, p. 63 (microfilm roll #183341):
Meglones listed (1872-1947): James, Jas M., Charles, Charlie, John, Mattie
Addresses in Nicholasville associated with these deed transactions:
Mulberry St. Nicholasville
Baldwin St. Nicholasville
Academy (5th St) Nicholasville
No records of a Meglone-Traynor marriage have been located yet.