Thomas Delaney

M, (1822 - 1905)
Father*Mr. Delaney
Mother*(Mrs) (?) Delaney
ChartsMcCabe/Conerty family
Birth*1822 Mayo, Ireland1,2 
Marriage*5 Apr 1866 Preston Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Cathrine McCabe Delaney, priest=Edward Essing, Witness=Patrick C. Conerty3 
Death*18 Feb 1905 Carimona Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Burial*21 Feb 1905 Saint Liguori's Cemetery, Carimona Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2 
Note*24 Feb 1905 obituary: Preston (Minnesota) Republican, Friday 24 February 1905/p.1/c.22 
Biography* Thomas Delaney, 1822-1905:
Thomas immigrated to the United States in the early 1850s and was naturalized by 1857. He was living in Carimona township, Fillmore County, Minnesota in 1857 and farmed there the remainder of his life. By 1870, Thomas had acquired real property of $1,500 and personal property of $1,200. He marked a last will and testament on 26 August 1898, appointing his wife Catherine as executrix. The mark was witnessed by John T. Healy and Patrick Flynn, both of Carimona.

Thomas, 82-or-83, died at home on a Saturday. He been ill for a year. Cause of death was heart trouble. He was attended by Dr. G. A. Lane (MD) of Preston. Thomas was survived by his wife, two-daughters and one-son. The funeral was held on Tuesday at Saint John's with the Rev O'Connor of Wykoff officiating. Fully fifty teams were in the funeral procession to the gravesite. Undertaker A. Healy of Preston was in charge. Thomas' will was approved for probate on 8 Nov 1916. 

Family

Cathrine McCabe Delaney b. c 1840, d. 8 Jul 1927
Children
Last Edited31 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  4. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.

Michael Madden

M, (c 1842 - 1909)
Father*Patrick Madden ( - b 1870)
Mother*Bridget Mulroy Madden (1812 - 1885)
ChartsMcCabe/Conerty family
Birth*c 1842 Ireland1 
Marriage License29 Apr 1874 Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Fiancee=Anna McCabe Madden2 
Marriage*1874 Bride=Anna McCabe Madden3 
Death*9 Jan 1909 Fountain Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Burial*12 Jan 1909 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Note*15 Jan 1909 obituary Preston (Minnesota) Republican, Friday 15 January 1909 pp4&5.5 
Biography* Michael Madden, ca1842-1909:
Michael immigrated to the United States arriving in Fountain township, Fillmore County, Minnesota about February of 1870. He commenced farming there and by June of that year had acquired real property of $2,400 and personal property of $750. His mother Bridget and a younger brother Patrick were living with him.

Michael died on a Saturday. He was about 57-years-of-age. 

Family

Anna McCabe Madden b. c 1846, d. 3 Mar 1939
Children
Last Edited29 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S38] Fillmore county death record.
  2. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  3. [S9] Surmised.
  4. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.

John Joseph Laivell

M, (1851 - 1924)
Father*Mike Laivell ( - b 1853)
Mother*Mary Judge Laivell Walsh (c 1826 - 1906)
ChartsMcCabe/Conerty family
Birth*25 Jan 1851 Mayo, Ireland1,2 
(godfather) Christening20 Aug 1871 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Christened=Alice Dina Walsh Keenan3 
Marriage*1 May 1876 Fountain, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Ellen McCabe Laivell, priest=Rev. William Riordan2 
(godfather) Christening21 May 1876 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Principal=Margaret L. Ryan3 
(godfather) Christening12 Sep 1912 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Principal=Paul Joseph Crowley3 
Death*17 Jul 1924 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Burial*19 Jul 1924 Calvary cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,2 
Note*24 Jul 1924 Obituary: Chatfield (Minnesota) Democrat, Thursday 24 July 1924.2 
Biography* John J. Laivell, 1851-1924:
John emigrated Ireland for Canada in 1864. Eleven years later, 1875, he moved on to Fillmore County, Minnesota, U.S.A. and settled in Fountain township. In 1887, he gave up farming and moved for the last time to Chatfield City where he operated a saloon. By 1900, he owned his home free of mortgage.

John died on a Thursday at age 73. His estate was approved for probate on 18 September 1924 at Preston, Fillmore County. 

Family

Ellen McCabe Laivell b. 14 Jul 1852, d. 8 May 1937
Children
Last Edited15 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S38] Fillmore county death record.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S68] St.Mary's (Chatfield, Minnesota) christening record.
  4. [S8] Tombstone.

Peter O'Hara

M, (c 1825 - 1889)
ChartsMcCabe/Conerty family
Birth*c 1825 Louth, Ireland1,2 
Marriage*b 1836 Bride=Bridget Trainor O'Hara3 
Marriage*19 May 1882 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Elizabeth McCabe O'Hara, priest=Rev. James Coyne4 
Death*24 Jun 1889 5 
Burial*Jun 1889 Saint Patrick's Cemetery, Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Biography* Peter O'Hara, 1825-1889:
We don't know when Peter came to the United States but in 1860 he and his family are farming in Fox township, Elk County, Pennsylvania. Peter has $2,500 of real estate and $600 of personal property. In 1870, Peter was living in Preston Village, Fillmore county, Minnesota. By 1880, he had moved to Lanesboro. Peter signed a will on 10 Mar 1887, listing his second wife Elizabeth and grandson Peter O'Hara Jr. as heirs. Thomas Scanlan, of Carrolton, was named executor and the signing was witnessed by W. B. Anderson and Robt Donald. A codicil to the will was signed on 16 Apr 1889, adding son Owen (Peter Jr.'s father) and daughter Mary Toomey as heirs. This signing was witnessed by M. Scanlon and O. G. Wall, both of Lanesboro.

Peter died on a Monday at about age 64. His will was approved for probate on 10 September 1889. We're not sure of his exact death date. His tombstone lists 26 June 1889. Probate records list 24 June 1889.

Note: Another grandson Edwin V. O'Hara (1881-1956) - brother to the Peter O'Hara Jr listed as an heir - became a Bishop in the Catholic Church. 
Last Edited23 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S48] 1885 state census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.
  3. [S9] Surmised.
  4. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  5. [S40] Fillmore county probate file, Clerk of Probate Court for Fillmore County,.

Henry Fallon

M, (c 1843 - 1912)
Father*Harry Fallon (c 1797 - 1884)
Mother*Mary Farrell Fallon (c 1815 - )
ChartsMcCabe/Conerty family
Birth*c 1843 Roscommon, Ireland1,2 
Marriage*b 1868 Bride=Mary (Mrs Henry) (?) Fallon3 
Marriage*13 Jan 1890 Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Bridget McCabe Fallon4 
Death*5 Oct 1912 Eyota, Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)5 
Burial*7 Oct 1912 Saint John's cemetery, Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)5,2 
Note*11 Oct 1912 obituary: Olmsted County (Minnesota) Democrat, Friday 11 October 1912/p.5/c.32 
Biography* Henry Fallon, c1843-1912:
Henry immigrated the United States circa 1870 with his first wife and their oldest child. They had seven more in America. The family lived in Viola Township, Olmsted County, Minnesota in 1880. His first wife died before 1891. By 1900, Henry and his second wife, Bridget McCabe, were living in Eyota Township, Olmsted County. He was employed as a section hand on the C&NW Railway.

Henry Fallon, about 79, died at home in Eyota on a Saturday. Cause of death was pulmonary tuberculosis. He was attended by Dr. R. C. Dugan of Eyota. Informant on the death cert was Henry's daughter Mary. He was survived by his 2nd wife Bridget, sons Bernard and Henry of Eyota, John of Columbus, William of Canada, Garrett of Winona and daughter Mary of Rochester. The funeral was held on Monday from Holy Redeemer Catholic church in Eyota. Undertaker T. R. Lawler of Rochester was in charge. 
Last Edited19 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S537] 1900 Federal Census, Olmsted County, Minnesota,.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S9] Surmised.
  4. [S1843] MACO eCounties., Minnesota Official Marriage System - Marriage Index (published on the World Wide Web by MACO),.
  5. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.

William Thomas Laivell

M, (1879 - 1933)
Father*John Joseph Laivell (1851 - 1924)
Mother*Ellen McCabe Laivell (1852 - 1937)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*14 Apr 1879 Fountain, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Marriage*25 Jun 1906 Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama (AL), United States (US); Bride=Stella Kirtley Laivell2 
Death*17 Sep 1933 Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Note18 Sep 1933 obituary Rochester (Minnesota) Post-Bulletin, Monday 18 September 1933/p.4/c.31 
Burial*19 Sep 1933 Calvary cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3,1 
Note*21 Sep 1933 obituary Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Thursday 21 September 1933/p.1/c.21 
Biography* William Thomas Laivell, 1879-1933:
Born on a farm in Fountain township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, William moved with his parents to Chatfield City in 1887. In 1898, at age 19,he joined International Harvester Company and by 1900 was a machine salesman. In 1910, William was married, with a son, and living with his mother-in-law at 1028 Alabama Steet, in the 9th ward of Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He continued to work as a salesman for IH. In 1920, William and Stella and their children were living at 928 Alabama Street in Birmingham. His mother-in-law and two brothers-in-law were living with them. William and Stella owned the house free of mortgage and William had been promoted to manager. By 1924, after periods spent as assistant general manager in Charlotte, North Carolina and as district manager in Chicago, he had moved to Minneapolis, Hennepin County and had become manager of IH's motor truck branch. In 1930, he owned a $11,000 house at 4936 Newton Ave So in the 13th ward.

William, 54, resident of 4936 Newton Ave South, Minneapolis, died on a Sunday at St Mary's hospital in Rochester after a stay of 26-days. He had apparently been on the way to recovery following an operation 2-weeks previously. Informant on the death cert was his son William of Minneapolis. Cause of death was epithelioma pelvis r. kidney (6+months), paralytic ileus (10-days), bronchopneumonia (2-days). He was attended by Dr. J. W. Kernohan of Mayo Clinic. William was survived by his mother Ellen, wife Stella, two sons William and John of Minneapolis, sister Mrs Edward Crowley on a farm near Chatfield, two brothers P. H. and Frank Laivell of Chatfield. The funeral was held on Tuesday from Saint Mary's Catholic church with the Rev William F. Coleman officiating. International Harvester headquarters office in Minneapolis was closed the day of the funeral. Chatfield businesses were also closed during funeral. 40-members of Minneapolis staff and district office attended. Others friends and relatives outside of Chatfield who attended were Mrs J. S. Morgan of Birmingham, Alabama, J. E. Kirtley of Attalla, Alabama; Paul Daly, M/M Raymond Walsh, Mrs Bessie Gilchrist, Leon Gilchrist and Vincent Gilchrist of Rochester; Mrs Connelly, Mrs Leo Redman, M/M T. Lynch, Thomas Lynch, Mrs T. Scanlan and M/M John Enright of Lanesboro; Mrs Jas. Mulroy, Miss Schmelzer, M/M Thomas Walsh, Mrs Catherine Walsh, Lawrence Walsh, Mrs Frank Callan, Ilene Callan and Mrs Madden of Fountain; Agnes Walsh, Loretta Walsh and James Walsh of Wykoff; Mrs John Rahilly, John Rahilly jr and Genevieve Rahilly of St Paul; M/M W. J. Lynch, M/M M. A. Gray, Mrs Jean Balmer, Mrs L. E. Gilbert, Mrs G. Hawes, Gerry Hawes, M/M E. R. Hall, Mrs C. L. Swanson, Geo. Pelton, Robert Pelton, William Drumm, Robert Diercks, Randolph Tingdale and Arthur Bredesen of Mpls. Undertaker R. C. Ruafraus(?) of Rochester was in charge. 

Family

Stella Kirtley Laivell b. 12 Sep 1880, d. 11 Nov 1944
Children
Last Edited9 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S18] Obituary,.
  2. [S1745] Https://familysearch.org/, Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957.
  3. [S8] Tombstone.

James Francis Laivell

M, (1889 - 1954)
Father*John Joseph Laivell (1851 - 1924)
Mother*Ellen McCabe Laivell (1852 - 1937)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Nickname Frank 
Birth*29 Aug 1889 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
(godfather) Christening24 Apr 1910 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Principal=Mary Florence Laivell2 
Marriage*4 Oct 1911 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Lillie Veronica White Laivell3 
Death*16 May 1954 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Burial*19 May 1954 Calvary cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,5 
Note*20 May 1954 obituary Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Thursday 20 May 1954.3 
Biography* James Francis Laivell, 1889-1954:
In 1940, James was living in a $3,000 house in Chatfield City, Fillmore County, Minnesota. He had received an 8th grade education and was proprietor of a tavern. Later he operated a restaurant.

James, 64, died at home on a Sunday. The informant on the dth cert was his son John. Cause of death was strangulation by hanging (suicide). He was attended by physician J. E. Wesbury of Lanesboro, Minnesota. Undertaker D. W. Boetzer of Chatfield was in charge. 

Family

Lillie Veronica White Laivell b. 8 Sep 1890, d. 8 Oct 1983
Children
Last Edited26 Apr 2015

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.
  2. [S68] St.Mary's (Chatfield, Minnesota) christening record.
  3. [S18] Obituary,.
  4. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  5. [S8] Tombstone.

Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley

F, (1881 - 1957)
Father*John Joseph Laivell (1851 - 1924)
Mother*Ellen McCabe Laivell (1852 - 1937)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Name Variation Nellie V.1 
Birth*25 May 1881 Fountain, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
(Witness) Marriage22 Jun 1897 Fountain Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Catherine L. Walsh Callan, Groom=Frank Callan3 
(godmother) Christening23 Sep 1905 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Principal=Dolores Ellen Laivell4 
Marriage*27 Jun 1911 Saint Mary's, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Groom=Edward Patrick Crowley, priest=Rev. Sylvester Maddock, Witness=Nicholas Crowley, Witness=Beatrice W. Madden Rahilly3 
Married Name27 Jun 1911 Crowley [Laivell] 
Death*6 Jun 1957 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Burial*10 Jun 1957 Saint Mary's Cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2,1
Note*13 Jun 1957 obituary Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Thursday 13 June 1957.5 
Biography* Ellen V. "Nellie" Laivell Crowley, 1881-1957:
Born on a farm in Fountain township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, Nellie moved into Chatfield City with her family in 1887. She was the third of five children and the only daughter. After her 1911 marriage she moved onto her husband's farm in Chatield township.

Nellie died on a Thursday at age 76. She was survived by one son Paul, two daughters Catherine Crowley and Mrs Phyllis Jackson of Washington, DC (Mary Evelyn?) plus one unnamed grandchild. 

Family

Edward Patrick Crowley b. 27 Jan 1874, d. 1 May 1936
Children
Last Edited21 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  3. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  4. [S68] St.Mary's (Chatfield, Minnesota) christening record.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.

John J. Laivell

M, (1884 - 1899)
Father*John Joseph Laivell (1851 - 1924)
Mother*Ellen McCabe Laivell (1852 - 1937)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*4 Mar 1884 Fountain Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2 
Death*13 Jul 1899 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3 
Burial*15 Jul 1899 Calvary cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2 
Note*20 Jul 1899 obituary Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Thursday 20 July 18992 
Biography* John J. Laivell, 1884-1899:
Born on a farm in Fountain township, Fillmore Count, Minnesota, John moved to Chatfield City with his family in 1887 at age 3.

John, a school student, died on a Thursday at age 15 of hydrocephelas. 
Last Edited27 Sep 2012

Citations

  1. [S8] Tombstone.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S38] Fillmore county death record.

Edward Patrick Crowley

M, (1874 - 1936)
Father*Edward Crowley (c 1834 - 1883)
Mother*Catherine (Mrs Edward) (?) Crowley (c 1837 - 1905)
Birth*27 Jan 1874 Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Marriage*27 Jun 1911 Saint Mary's, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley, priest=Rev. Sylvester Maddock, Witness=Nicholas Crowley, Witness=Beatrice W. Madden Rahilly2 
Death*1 May 1936 Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Burial*May 1936 Saint Mary's Cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3
Note*7 May 1936 obituary: Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Thursday 07 May 1936/p.14 
Biography* Edward P. Crowley, 1874-1936:
A first generation Irish-American, Edward was the fifth of seven children and the second son. He was born in Chatfield Village, and lived in the township for most of his life. In 1920, Edward was farming and owned a mortgaged home in Chatfield township. By 1930, he owned the farm free of mortgage.

Edward, 62, died on a Friday at Worrall hospital in Rochester. Cause of death was agranulocytosis (4-days) and bronchopneumonia (2-days). He was attended by Dr. J. C. Hawthorne of the Mayo Clinic. Edward was survived by his widow Ellen, son Paul, daughters Catherine and Mary Evelyn, brother Cornelius and sisters Mrs Pat Healy and Mrs Tom Healy, all of Chatfield. The funeral was held Monday at Saint Mary's Catholic church with the Rev Wm F Coleman officiating. Out-of-town attendees were Geo, Will and James Redman, John Enright, M/M Tom Stanton all of Lanesboro; Mrs Will Laivell of Minneapolis; Mrs John Gilchrist and children, P Cavanaugh, Geo Keefe and family, M/M Jerry Creed, John and Miss Margaret McGuire of Rochester; Misses Agnes and Loretta and James Walsh of Fountain. Undertaker R. C. Raufrau of Rochester was in charge. 

Family

Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley b. 25 May 1881, d. 6 Jun 1957
Children
Last Edited21 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  2. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  3. [S8] Tombstone.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.

Paul Joseph Crowley

M, (1912 - 2000)
Father*Edward Patrick Crowley (1874 - 1936)
Mother*Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley (1881 - 1957)
Relationship2nd cousin of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*26 Aug 1912 Chatfield Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Christening12 Sep 1912 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); godfather=John Joseph Laivell, godmother=Ellen McCabe Laivell2 
Residence*Feb 1993 Edina, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3 
Death*30 Jan 2000 Edina, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Note*2 Feb 2000 obituary: Minneapolis (Minnesota) Star Tribune, Wednesday 02 February 2000/sec.B/p.65 
Burial*2 Feb 2000 Saint Mary's cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,6
Biography* Paul Joseph Crowley, 1912-2000:
Paul's christening sponors were his maternal grandparents, John Laivell and Ellen McCabe. He was raised on the family farm in Chatfield township and eventually became the operator of the farm. Paul was the last family member to work this farm which was in the family for over 100-years. He received a 12th grade education and never married.

Paul, 87, of 6400 Barrie Rd #1210, Edina, Minnesota, died on a Sunday at Fairview Southdale hospital in Edina. The informant on his death cert was his sister Mary Jackson. Cause of death was ischemic cardiomyopathy (12-months), coronary heart disease and end stage kidney failure. Paul was attended by Dr. Thomas K. Slack (since 1/18/90) of 6363 France Ave South, Edina. He was survived by his sister Mary Jackson of Edina and nephew John (Susan) Jackson. The funeral was held on Wednesday at St Richard's Catholic community, 76th & Penn Ave South, Richfield. Minnesota. Paul was buried in Saint Mary's cemetery, Chatfield, in the spring. Undertaker Washburn-McReavy, Edina Chapel was in charge. 
Last Edited21 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.
  2. [S68] St.Mary's (Chatfield, Minnesota) christening record.
  3. [S16] Sibling's obituary,.
  4. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.

Catherine Rita Crowley

F, (1916 - 1993)
Father*Edward Patrick Crowley (1874 - 1936)
Mother*Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley (1881 - 1957)
Relationship2nd cousin of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*24 Feb 1916 Chatfield Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Christening29 Mar 1916 Saint Mary's Church, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); priest=Rev. Sylvester Maddock2 
Residence*8 Feb 1993 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3 
Death*8 Feb 1993 Edina, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Burial*10 Feb 1993 Saint Mary's Cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,5
Note*17 Feb 1993 obituary Chatfield (Minnesota) News, Wednesday 17 February 1993/p.4/c.44 
Biography* Catherine Rita Crowley, 1916-1993:
The second of three children and the oldest daughter, Catherine grew up on a farm in Chatfield township, Fillmore County, Minnesota. She graduated from Chatfield High School in 1933. Following high school, Catherine earned BS and MS teaching degrees from Winona State University and did graduate work at both Winona State and the University of Minnesota. She became an elementary classroom teacher and later a Reading Language Arts teacher. In 1939, Catherine taught in a rural Fillmore County school for 36-weeks and earned $720. She later taught in Kellogg, Preston, Plainview, Austin, Rochester and Washington. She taught for 50-yrs before retiring in 1985. Catherine was a member of a teacher sorority, the Southeast Minnesota Reading Council (of which she was a past president), the Minnesota Reading Association and the International Reading Association. Catherine never married.

Catherine, 76, of 6400 Barrie Road, Edina, Hennepin County, Minnesota, died on a Monday at Fairview Southdale hospital in Edina. Cause of death was a stroke (24-hours) and acute myocardial infarction. She was attended by Dr. Thomas K. Slack, 6363 France Ave South, Edina. Her sister Mary Jackson, of the same Barrie Road address, was informant on the death cert. Catherine was survived by brother Paul Crowley and sister Mary Jackson, both of Edina. The funeral was held on Wednesday from Saint Richard's Catholic church in Richfield. There was a spring burial in Saint Mary's catholic cemetery in Chatfield. Gill Brothers Funeral Chapels of 5801 Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis was in charge. 
Last Edited21 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.
  2. [S68] St.Mary's (Chatfield, Minnesota) christening record.
  3. [S26] Social Security Death Index -1996 edition, version 1.30-.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.
  5. [S8] Tombstone.

Mary Evelyn Crowley Jackson

F, (1921 - 2007)
Mary (Crowley) Jackson,
1921-2007
Father*Edward Patrick Crowley (1874 - 1936)
Mother*Ellen Veronica Laivell Crowley (1881 - 1957)
Relationship2nd cousin of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*12 Apr 1921 Chatfield Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Married Name22 May 1943 Jackson [Crowley] 
Marriage*22 May 1943 San Juan, Puerto Rico (PR); Principal=Philip Jackson2 
Residence*Feb 1993 Edina, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)3 
ResidenceDec 2007 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4 
Death*16 Dec 2007 4 
Note*18 Dec 2007 obituary: Minneapolis (Minnesota) Star Tribune, 18 December 2007/sec.B/p.65 
Burial*2008 Saint Mary's Cemetery, Chatfield, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)5,6
Biography* Mary Evelyn Crowley Jackson, 1921-2007:
Mary Evelyn, the third child and second daughter, was christened on 08 May 1921 at Saint Mary's Catholic church in Chatfield by the Rev S .Maddock before sponsors Rex Crowley and Patricia Healy. She grew up on a farm in Chatfield township and was educated in Chatfield village. Mary later graduated from the business school Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis. She worked for U.S. State Department in Washington D.C. and in London during WWII. Most of the remainder of Mary's career she spent in Medical Administration in teaching hospitals at the University of California in San Diego and Harvard Medical School in Boston. After retirement, Mary moved back to Minnesota and worked in the Transcription Deptartment at Fairview Southdale hospital in Edina.

Mary, 86, died on a Sunday at an unknown location. She was survived by a son. Mary was preceded by a sister Catherine Crowley and a brother Paul Crowley. Her husband was not mentioned. The funeral was held on Wednesday at Saint Richard's Catholic church, 6th & Lyndale Ave South, Richfield, Hennepin County, Minnesota. A private burial took place in the spring at Saint Mary's cemetery in Chatfield. Washburn-McReavy, Edina chapel, was in charge. 
Last Edited13 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.
  2. [S1745] Https://familysearch.org/, Puerto Rico, Registro Civil, 1805-2001,.
  3. [S16] Sibling's obituary,.
  4. [S327] Social Security Death Index -from Rootsweb <http://ssdi.roostweb.com/>-.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.
  6. [S8] Tombstone.

Margaret Ann Enright Downes

F, (1860 - 1912)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*26 Dec 1860 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2,3 
Marriage*15 May 1878 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Groom=Thomas Patrick Downes, priest=Louis Cornelius, Witness=Patrick Conlan, Witness=Bridget McCall4 
Married Name15 May 1878 Downes [Enright] 
Death*29 Sep 1912 family home, Sheldon, O'Brien, Iowa (IA), United States (US)2,5 
Note*4 Oct 1912 obituary Sheldon (Iowa) Mail, Friday 4 October 19122 
Burial*5 Oct 1912 Saint Patrick's Cemetery, Sheldon, O'Brien, Iowa (IA), United States (US)5,2 
Biography* Margaret A. Enright Downes, 1860-1912:
The two records we have of Margaret's birthdate disagree. Her obit lists her birthdate as 26 December, her tombstone lists it as 28 December. Born and raised on a farm in Carrolton township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, Maragret moved to Sheridan township, Sioux County, Iowa with her husband after their 1878 marriage. Margaret and Thomas had nine children, six of whom grew to adulthood. They farmed near Hull in Sioux County for some years and circa 1902 moved to a farm near Sheldon in O'Brien County. They later retired and moved into Sheldon.

Margaret, 51, died at home in the east part of Sheldon on a Sunday after a short illness. She was survived by her husband, her parents and six children: Kate Downes and Mrs J Barry of Malden, Washington; James Downes of Calgary, Canada; and Thomas, Rose and Bess of Sheldon, five siblings: Mrs L. Hubbard of Texas, Mrs T. W. Scanlan, Mrs T. Lynch, John J. Enright all of Laneseboro, Minnesota and Anna Enright. The funeral was held on Saturday at Saint Patrick's Catholic church in Sheldon. The Rev. Griffith of Salix, Iowa officiated with Rev. Cooper of Sanborn and Rev.McCormack of Sheldon assisting. All the children attended the funeral and realtives who attended included: M/M Every of Salix, Iowa; Mrs Lynden of Cresco; Mrs E. Carpenter of Emery, South Dakota; Mrs D. J. Donovan of Spencer, Iowa; M/M M Downes of Madison, South Dakota; Mary Downes of Sioux City; M/M T. F. Griffin of Sioux City and James Downes of Mason City. 

Family

Thomas Patrick Downes b. 30 Oct 1841, d. 23 Sep 1925
Children
Last Edited23 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S753] Census.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S353] 1860 Federal Census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.
  4. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  5. [S8] Tombstone.

Mary E. Enright

F, (1862 - 1900)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Nickname Molly 
Birth*17 Aug 1862 Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Death*20 Sep 1900 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Burial*Sep 1900 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2 
Note*22 Sep 1900 obituaries Preston (Minnesota) National Republican, Saturday 22 September 1900; Lanesboro (Minnesota) Journal, Thursday 27 September 1900; and Lanesboro (Minnesota) Leader, Friday 28 September 1900. 
Biography* Mary E. "Molly" Enright, 1862-1900:
Born in Fillmore County, Minnesota, Molly grew up on a farm in Carrolton township. She never married and worked as a domestic. 
Last Edited11 Mar 2015

Citations

  1. [S38] Fillmore county death record.
  2. [S8] Tombstone.

Thomas P. Enright Jr

M, (1864 - 1890)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*12 Apr 1864 Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2 
Death*22 May 1890 Boyden, Sioux, Iowa (IA), United States (US); influenza3,4 
Burial*25 May 1890 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2,4 
Note*29 May 1890 obituary: Preston (Minnesota) Times, Thursday 29 May 1890/p.2/c.44 
Biography* Thomas P. Enright jr., 1864-1890:
Born and raised on a farm in Carrolton township, Fillmore County, Minnesota. Circa 1888, Thomas moved to Boyden in Sioux County, Iowa to work for his uncle Matthew McCabe.

Thomas, 26, died on a Thursday at his uncle's farm. He had contracted the flu on the previous Sunday. His parents traveled from Carrolton on Monday to be by his side but Thomas was unconcious and never woke up. The remains were brought home on Friday. The funeral was held on Sunday. 
Last Edited22 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S753] Census.
  2. [S8] Tombstone.
  3. [S1361] D Vincent Enright.
  4. [S18] Obituary,.

Johanna L. Enright Scanlan

F, (1867 - 1951)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Nickname Josie1 
Birth*3 Jun 1867 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Marriage*7 Sep 1897 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Groom=Thomas William Scanlan, priest=Rev. James Coyne, Witness=James Lynch, Witness=Nellie Madden3 
Married Name7 Sep 1897 Scanlan [Enright] 
Death*26 May 1951 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Burial*30 May 1951 Saint Patrick's Cemetery, Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,2 
Note*31 May 1951 obituary Preston (Minnesota) Republican, Thursday 31 May 19512 
Biography* Johanna "Josie" Enright Scanlan, 1867-1951:
Born and raised on a farm in Carrolton Township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, Johanna spent a number of years around 1885 with her aunt Eliza (McCabe) O'Hara in the village of Lanesboro, also in Fillmore County. Johanna's education included one-year of high school. After her 1897 marriage, Johanna continued to live in Carrolton township on her husband's farm. She and Thomas had four children. They retired circa 1931 and moved into Lanesboro village. In 1940, they were living with their daughter Madeline and her husband Howard Ellingson.

Johanna died on a Thursday at age 83. Her son Leon was the informant on her death cert. Cause of death was chronic myocardial degeneration (several years), arteriosclerosis, diabetes mellitus and senility. She was attended by J. E. Westrup (MD) of Lanesboro. Undertaker Stanley L. Johnson of Lanesboro was in charge. 

Family

Thomas William Scanlan b. 21 Nov 1867, d. 2 Oct 1947
Children
Last Edited29 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S47] 1900 Federal Census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  4. [S8] Tombstone.

John Joseph Enright

M, (1869 - 1943)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Nickname J. J.1 
Birth*16 Mar 1869 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2,3 
(Witness) Marriage10 Oct 1893 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Mary A. Scanlon O'Connor, Groom=Thomas M. O'Connor4 
(Witness) Marriage10 Feb 1897 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Ellen Scanlon Mulvihill, Groom=Timothy S. Mulvihill4 
Marriage*10 Feb 1902 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Johanna Scanlan Enright, priest=Rev. James Coyne, Witness=Josie Gahagan, Witness=Nicholas Raphael Wadden4 
Marriage*20 Jun 1923 Saint Patrick's, Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Bride=Nellie Bridget Towey Enright3 
Death*22 Jan 1943 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)5,3 
Burial*25 Jan 1943 Saint Patrick's Cemetery, Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2,5,3 
Note*28 Jan 1943 obituary Preston (Minnesota) Times, Thursday 28 January 1943/p.7/c.25 
Biography* John Joseph "J. J." Enright, 1869-1943:
John was the sixth of fourteen children and the second of four sons. He was born, raised, lived and died in Carrolton township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, John was a farmer all of his life. He took over the family homestead farm in 1900. John was married twice and fathered five children. His first wife Johanna Scanlan died in 1915 and in 1923 he married Nellie Towey. John took a keen interest in civic, church and school matters, accepting offices and appointments of trust and responsibility. He signed a last will and testament on 3 Dec 1931 appointing Edward Scanlon, Preston, executor. Witnesses were Verna Wedmer & state senator Henry A.Larson, both of Preston. A codicil to the will was signed on 6 May 1936 replacing executor Edward Scanlon with his own son Thomas J. Enright. The codicil was witnessed by Philip B. Gartner & Henry A. Larson, both of Preston.

J. J. died at his home on a Friday at age 73. He had not been in the best of health for the past year and had several heart attacks. Cause of death was chronic myocarditus w/auricular fibrillation and cardiac hypertrophy (indef). John was attended by physician Ralph B Johnson of Lanesboro. John was survived by his second wife Nellie and children Sr Redempta (Maragret) of Lake City and Joseph, Grace, Raymond and Vincent at home. The funeral was held at Saint Patrick's Catholic church in Lanesboro on Monday with Fr McVeigh officiating assisted by Fr Doyle of Preston and Fr Layne of Spring Valley. Thompson Brotherr's Funeral Home (Stanley L Johnson) of Lanesboro was in charge. John's will was approved for probate 6 Mar 1943. 

Family 1

Johanna Scanlan Enright b. Sep 1865, d. 9 Aug 1915
Children

Family 2

Nellie Bridget Towey Enright b. 20 Apr 1885, d. 14 Feb 1962
Children
Last Edited29 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record, child's 1910 record.
  2. [S8] Tombstone.
  3. [S86] Enright Family Group Sheets, 14 Oct 1998 D. Vincent Enright, Fort Worth, TX.
  4. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  5. [S18] Obituary,.

Anna Enright

F, (1869 - 1941)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*16 Mar 1869 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Residence*1929 Skagway, Southeastern, Alaska (AK), United States (US)2 
Death*27 Sep 1941 Victoria, British Columbia, Canada3 
Burial*30 Sep 1941 Royal Oak Burial Park, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada3 
Last Edited23 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S152] D Vincent Enright Xmas Letter. 1998 Fort Worth, TX.
  2. [S40] Fillmore county probate file, Clerk of Probate Court for Fillmore County,.
  3. [S1790] Provincial death record.

Bridget Enright

F, (1871 - 1871)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*8 Mar 1871 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Death*10 Mar 1871 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S38] Fillmore county death record.

Michael Enright

M, (1873 - b 1875)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*13 Jun 1873 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Death*b 1 May 1875 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Last Edited9 Mar 2015

Citations

  1. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.
  2. [S49] 1875 state census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.

Katherine V. Enright Lynch

F, (1874 - 1954)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth13 May 1874 Lanesboro, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Birth*22 May 1874 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Marriage*11 Feb 1902 Fountain, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US); Groom=Timothy Lynch, priest=Rev. P. M. McTeague, Witness=Michael Maloney, Witness=Margaret Delaney3 
Married Name11 Feb 1902 Lynch [Enright] 
Death*10 Apr 1954 St.Joseph's Home, Fairmont, Martin, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Burial*13 Apr 1954 Catholic Cemetery, Holt Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)4,2 
Note*15 Apr 1954 obituary Lanesboro (Minnesota) Leader, Thursday 15 Apr 1954 p12 
Biography* Katherine V. Enright Lynch, 1874-1954:
Usually listed as Katherine or Kate or Katie but as Catherine occassionally. Born and raised on a farm in Carrolton township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, Katherine went to live on her husband's farm in Holt township after their 1902 marriage. She and Timothy had nine children. In July 1952, Katherine moved into Saint Joseph's Home in Fairmont, Martin County, Minnesota.

Katherine, 79, died on a Saturday at Saint Joseph's Home. She had been in ill health for nine-months. Katherine was survived by four-sons: Leo of Austin, John of Chicago, Vincent of Salinas, California and Thomas of Lanesboro; and by two-daughters: Sr Mary Immacula of Sparta, Wisconisn and Mrs Paul Frank of Riverside, New Jersey plus 13-grandchildren. The funeral was held on Tuesday at Saint Patrick's in Lanesboro with the Rev William Gorman officiating. 

Family

Timothy Lynch b. 14 Feb 1864, d. 10 Mar 1953
Children
Last Edited27 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S592] Minnesota death certificate.
  2. [S18] Obituary,.
  3. [S39] Fillmore county marriage record.
  4. [S8] Tombstone.

Mary Enright

F, (1875 - 1875)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Death*10 Jun 1875 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1 
Birth*10 Jun 1875 Preston, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)2 
Last Edited29 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. [S38] Fillmore county death record.
  2. [S37] Fillmore county birth record.

Frances June Enright Hubbard Hellberg Ryan

F, (1877 - 1957)
Father*Thomas P. Enright (1832 - 1916)
Mother*Mary McCabe Enright (1830 - 1928)
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Duane McCarthy Sr
Birth*8 Apr 1877 Carrolton Tp, Fillmore, Minnesota (MN), United States (US)1,2,3 
Married Nameb 29 Sep 1912 Hubbard [Enright] 
Marriage*b 29 Sep 1912 Groom=L. Hubbard4 
Residence29 Sep 1912 Texas (TX), United States (US)5 
Married Nameb 31 Jan 1916 Hellberg [Enright] 
Marriage*b 31 Jan 1916 Groom=E. E. Hellberg6 
Residence31 Jan 1916 Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri (MO), United States (US)7 
Residence1924 Eureka, Humboldt, California (CA), United States (US)8 
Residence1 Apr 1930 Crystal City, Del Norte, California (CA), United States (US)9 
Marriage*a 1 Apr 1930 Groom=Mr. Ryan10 
Married Namea 1 Apr 1930 Ryan [Enright] 
Residence*26 May 1951 Eureka, Humboldt, California (CA), United States (US)5 
Death*29 Mar 1957 Humboldt, California (CA), United States (US)1 
Note*31 Mar 1957 obituary: The Humboldt Times (Eureka, California), Sunday 31 March 1957/p.28/c.68 
Note1 Apr 1957 obituary: Humboldt (County, California) Standard, Monday 01 April 1957/p.25/c.68 
Burial*2 Apr 1957 Saint Bernard's cemetery, Eureka, Humboldt, California (CA), United States (US)8 
Biography* Frances J. Enright Ryan, 1877-1957:
Born and raised on a farm in Carrolton township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, Frances had left the home farm by 1905 when she was in Denver, Colorado. Married at least three times, Frances was in Texas in 1912 as Mrs. L. Hubbard. In 1916, she was living in Sheldon, Vernon County, Missouri as Mrs. E. E. Helberg. In 1920, Frances was living at 2404 Harrison in the 11th ward of Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. She owned a mortgaged home and was employed as a waitress at Union Station. Frances was listed as married but her husband, born in Oklahoma, was not listed with her. In 1928, Frances was living in Eureka, Humboldt County, California as Mrs Frances Hellberg. In 1930, she was living on Third Street, Crescent City, Del Norte County, California was renting at $25/month and was employed as the proprietress of a boarding house. By 1935, Frances was back in Eureka, California. In 1940, she was renting at 103 Sixth Street in the 4th ward for $18/month and had two-lodgers. Frances had no occupation and in 1939 had no wages or other income.

Frances, 79, of Eureka, died on a Friday in a local hospital. She was survived by a son, Thomas L. Ryan and wife Constance of Eureka, two grandchildren, neices, nephews and cousins. The funeral was held on Tuesday at Saint Bernard's Catholic church. Pallbearers were Erling Sampson, Benjamin Ballinger, Howard Cortie, Peter Procissi, William Harper, Leonard Wilson and William Ritchie. Pierce Mortuary Chapel was in charge. 

Family

E. E. Hellberg
Child
Last Edited24 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S361] Copyright 1998-2001 by MyFamily.com Inc., California Death Index, 1940-1997 (published on the World Wide Web by RootsWeb.com),.
  2. [S49] 1875 state census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.
  3. [S403] 1880 Federal Census, Fillmore County, Minnesota,.
  4. [S18] Obituary, her sibling's.
  5. [S16] Sibling's obituary,.
  6. [S18] Obituary, her father's.
  7. [S4] Father's obituary,.
  8. [S18] Obituary,.
  9. [S539] 1930 Federal Census, Del Norte County, California,.
  10. [S9] Surmised.